Rambler

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  1. See this at Hershey at CZ 51-54 if not sold before.
  2. Wanted EMF-Studebaker parts. Need the following parts to complete a 1909-1910 project. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Radiator badge (either brass or cloisonné) Head light brackets Starting Crank Fender irons (front and rear) 09/10 Hood shelves Cone clutch Firewall brackets 09/10 Brass steering wheel spider 09/10 steering column Timing case inner and outer sections Contact: wsloewenthal(at)aol(dot)com, cell (four 4 zero-796-four 68 nine)
  3. Wonderfully original 1926 Model T sports roadster. Frontenac OHV model T (touring) head, Zenith 5HPS side draft carb, Bosch distributor and Bosch spark plugs, water pump and Ruckstell 2 speed axle. Factory sport options including bumpers, wire wheels, nickel radiator, dash light, AC speedometer w/transmission mounted Paterson speedometer drive (needs new drive gear). No evidence of any rust to the frame or body. Painted and upholstery about 1964 and has some dents, nicks and scratches, leather seats have cracks and a few places where the stuffing is poking thru. Motor still has cast iron pistons so your chance to experience a Frontenac like it was in the day. Sympathetic cleaning, new 6V battery, hoses, spark plug wires have returned it to running condition. Shows well and runs great. Dog not included, and she will very much miss this one. Questions happily answered and more photos available. Possible delivery to Hershey Price $18,500. Wsloewenthal*at*aol*dot*com or call (four, four, zero_796_4689)
  4. Four (4) Rudge Whitworth Wire wheels #80 with 5 hub nuts-w/side rings, one (1) 23", three (3) 25” contact: wsloewenthal(at)aol(dot)com
  5. Chalmers-Detroit motor 1909/1911 30 hp f-head. Complete with original black paint, missing timer, mag and carb. Great engine for a speedster, contact: wsloewenthal(at)aol(dot)com
  6. Chalmers-Detroit motor 1909/1911 30 hp f-head. Complete with original black paint, missing timer, mag and carb. Great engine for a speedster, contact: wsloewenthal(at)aol(dot)com