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  1. Do not have the basic frame structure, but some bolt on parts. What do you need?

     

    Are you looking for a frame  for a new project? If so, I do have an extra spare bare frame for a 1915 Stevens-Duryea D-6 similar to that in my other reply to your posting in the speedster forum.

  2. Most of what we have is for the Model 34 (1916 - 1923) with a few Model 74 and 75 items. There is a bucket seat, cowl, set of 5 - 23" wire wheels, Boflex front bumper, instrument panels, rear end, internal engine parts (pistons, rods, etc), etc. Have a real nice steering column (Model 74) complete with gear box and wood steering wheel. Have already sold several complete engines, wheels, spare carbs, coils and starters. 

     

    We will be making a more detailed inventory and begin posting here after the first of the year. If anyone has a specific need, drop me a PM.

     

    Also, there is a run of rear brake drums being planned if we can get enough interest. If anyone has interest they should contact Lou Iaccino  (518-828-5581).

     

    Thanks!

  3. Ed,

     

    You are exactly right! This is actually one of 3 short wheel base cars known to exist and came to me as a "parts car". It (1915) was the last year of real production and there were estimated to have only been 500 made. It was a very complete rolling drive train (less the body) and I'm looking for a few  remaining parts before adding the speedster body.  I've never tackled such a project and it's been a lot of fun so far!

     

    Cast the word out....leads on any Stevens-Duryea parts from 1913 to 1915 would be appreciated!

     

    Thanks,

    David 

  4. I need a brass plating shop to plate a number of small pieces on a brass car I'm doing. I thought it would be like finding a good chrome plating shop....but finding out it is far different! Chrome plating shops won't do it and color consistency, environmental issues and just plain pricing seem to be the issues. My "go to" chrome plater won't touch brass and even suggests going with gold plating...which even at the extra cost, doesn't look exactly like brass!

     

    Has anyone had good luck with a brass plater that they can recommend and what is typical turnaround time and general pricing??

     

    Thanks!

     

    PS. I'm not referring to brass restoration, ie. headlamps, etc. but actual brass plating of non-brass parts. 

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