Olympic33

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  1. On the sill on the floor. Dietrich Inc, Detroit, MI
  2. Craig, Look at ACN 38 page 12 where Tom Hubbard discusses production numbers for Speedsters. Although it's not a definitive account of production, it's the best I've seen so far. Dan
  3. My 336 Phaeton has a woodgrained windshield frame. I can't say for certain that this is correct but it's a reference for you. Dan
  4. Hi Sean, The Washington County Rural Heritage Museum here in Hagerstown has at least two Dagmar cars on display. I recently donated a book on the history of the Dagmar automobile to them and I'm sure they have even more information. They can be contacted through here: https://www.washco-md.net/rural-heritage-museum/exhibits/transportation-methods/ The museum has a nice collection of unusual cars that they have on display including locally made early bicycles. Thanks, Dan
  5. I have a total of seven IGK1003 distributor caps and one rotor used on Nash and other makes. These appear to be mostly NOS with boxes except for one. I would like $225 per cap and $325 for the cap/rotor or $1500 for the whole lot. Thanks, Dan dfrussell@hotmail.com
  6. Selling a 1931 Franklin 153 sedan for parts or restoration. It is mostly complete but was disassembled for restoration many years ago. Rear mount spare. Originally painted grey body with black fenders. Asking $5k. Email or PM me for details dfrussell@hotmail.com Dan
  7. 1932 Nash 1080 Advanced Eight Sedan for sale. Engine has been completely rebuilt and not yet re-installed in the car. Paint is presentable. Interior needs work. The top has been removed and there are spots in the roof where wood will need to be repaired. $9K negotiable Email or PM me for details: dfrussell@hotmail.com
  8. 1932 Nash 1080 Advanced Eight Sedan for sale. Engine has been completely rebuilt and not yet re-installed in the car. Paint is presentable. Interior needs work. The top has been removed and there are spots in the roof where wood will need to be repaired. $9K negotiable Email or PM me for details: dfrussell@hotmail.com
  9. Max Merritt Packard Parts has them. I purchased some for the 18B sedan and as I recall they're slightly oversized compared to the originals for a snug fit.
  10. It is indeed the one from Owl's Head. Unfortunately I have little information about its history other than it spent a long time near Cambridge, OH. The previous owner has since passed. Dan
  11. Try Bolt Depot www.boltdepot.com. I've bought large stainless wood screws from them for a few projects.
  12. Also Tom wrote an excellent article on rebuilding these in ACN #147 (March 2003)
  13. The Carburetor Shop sells kits. I would also contact Randy Fusco to see what he has available. The Club made new venturis and I believe they're still available. If yours has the original I would consider replacing it - if it's not cracked and swelled now it will eventually. Dan
  14. We have a '32 Nash 1080 sedan. It is slowly coming back to life with a freshly rebuilt engine. I met someone this summer with a nicely restored '32 convertible. They're out there and there are people interested. But I do agree that people who embrace the oddball/orphan makes are few and far between. It takes a lot of research, effort, time, and most importantly patience which seems to be where a lot of people find a least resistive path. Dan
  15. Looking for a Warner T81 transmission. PM me if you have one available. Thanks
  16. Anyone have about 7 feet of Diamond Chain 435 X 3/8" for my 1903 Franklin? I need a total of 15 feet and have found 8 ft. Any leads would be appreciated
  17. I am in the middle of a 1903 Franklin restoration and need at least 7 feet of Non-Standard Chain 435 x 3/8" If you can help or have a lead please contact me at amkemp@hotmail.com or 301-660-8190 Thank you
  18. Thank you for the information! We are very active in the Franklin Club and enjoy driving this car very often. Although I did not know Red Amick personally, I sure feel like I do from all of the printed material he produced and the stories about him.
  19. Good question on which class and I don't really know as we've never entered in in an AACA show before. This may be from '55. The last name was Amick.
  20. We have one on our Franklin which I believe is from 1954.
  21. Craig, Look at master drawing 43164 on the HHFC website. It has the specs for Series 137 Speedster trunk for the lining in the note section as well as the rest of the trunk. My '30 Speedster trunk is new and not finished either. I'd be interested to know what you do with yours. Thanks, Dan
  22. I have had NC make three windshield frames and two door window frames for me. They did a fantastic job and look very original. Kevin is the person I've worked with.
  23. Classic & Exotic in Michigan sells housings made new as well as other components: http://classicandexotic.com