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  1. I have one cowl light for a 1915 Stevens Duryea and want to find a glass lens maker to make a second. It is a clear lens about 5" in diameter (made originally by Corning) and typical of the late brass cars. There is also a green tinted glass sidelight about 2" wide and curved to fit in the side of the brass housing. Does anyone know who's able to reproduce these early glass lens? Thanks!
  2. I've been told there was a classified ad in the HCCA Gazette earlier this year for a 1915 Stevens-Duryea "parts car" located in Oregon. Does anyone recall seeing it and could possibly pass on the contact information? Also looking for anyone who might recall a gentleman by the name of John Ogden in the San Diego area that was a former owner of my 1915 Stevens. Please contact me if you knew him. Thanks! David
  3. A friend of mine has a pair of what appears to be NOS headlights, complete and ready to bolt on, for a 1930 Marmon Big 8. If you're interested, be send me a PM. Thanks, David
  4. Yes, the car on the left (light grey) is a 1913 Stevens-Duryea that I believe was auctioned at Hershey last fall. Do you recall the owners name?
  5. Looking for body/trim/mechanical parts and literature for a 1913 to 1915 Stevens Duryea short wheel base touring - anything and everything. Leads appreciated!
  6. Thanks for the reply! I just heard of Rick Britten today and will have to give him a call. You mention in your reply that the Packard is available? if so, please send a PM. David
  7. Who is the best at repair/restoration of brass headlamps and taillamps? Does clear coating the polished brass hold up over time? Thanks!
  8. Still looking - no luck so far! Thanks
  9. Bob, If you are interested, I have a NOS pair of round back Trippe lights with the brackets still in the original boxes. I was told they are senior lights because of the diameter of the face but they do not have the leveling bubbles. They are very nice lights and I am asking $900 plus shipping. David
  10. I can wait, please let me know when you return. Thanks!
  11. Looking for a '37 Twelve data book in good to excellent condition. Any leads would be most appreciated! Thanks
  12. Anyone know the factory width of the pin stripe on a '37 Twelve? It would seem a 1/8" or even a 3/32" would be necessary to fit on belt moldings and wheel rims. Thanks!
  13. Still looking for a 1937 Twelve Data Book. Prefer one in very good to excellent condition - top dollar paid. Thanks!
  14. Thanks Dave, i was guessing it would need to be a brighter shade against the blue but wasn't sure. As to John's question on factory placement of striping, are there any original cars out there with striping that could be photographed and used as a guide?
  15. Does anyone know what the paint formula was for "Flake White" pin stripping on the '37 Senior cars? I'd planned to use this (per factory "specs") on the Centennial Blue body color and I have yet to see the flake white stripping on a car. Even color photos would be helpful if you had them. Thanks! David
  16. John, My nephew has been looking for one of these. Could you send contact info to me and I'll pass it on? Thanks, David
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