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Frank Wilkie

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  1. It's for sale if anyone is interested.. $175 Brass with nickle plate.
  2. This is a very nice condition, No Dents, Brass with Nickel plate Light . Lens says Guide Ray and on the edge of lens it states: Designed for Mazda Lamp Co. also states : The Guide Motor Lamp.. Rim measures 10". No cracks or splits. Lens good. Reflector is very good original. Price is very reasonable at $175 firm plus ship cost.. If interested call me at 618 889 6855.. No Text.. Located in Southern IL. town of Goreville, IL.
  3. I don't see Cleveland anywhere.. This is just too nice of a lamp not to be identified.
  4. I like the picture... This is what my Diamond T will be.. I have the Weaver Auto Crane to go on it.. I just got it running good today..
  5. Then the lens would have to be turned completely around. Presently it says TOP on the lens with it mounted as pictured.
  6. I am trying to identify this light. Has a max. diameter rim of 10". Has on the lens Guide Ray type A.. Mounting bracket has 3/8" holes spaced on 2" center to center. No dents.. One spot on the lower rear back of bucket it seems to have a long oval spot where maybe a ID emblem was at one time.. Opened it up and the lens states that " Designed for Mazda Lamp Co" and also states " The Guide Motor Lamp Co. " It has two notches to release the lens one at 12 o'clock and other at abut 4 o'clock.. see in pictures .. The reflector is in very very good original condition. Can anyone help..?
  7. thank you.. I'm surprised that it hasn't a front bumper with it having a front bumper.
  8. do you have a front end view , especially of the radiator shell.? I use to have a Stearns Knight coupe and was wondering what differences was the radiator shell. Is the steering tight or a lot of play?
  9. My dad had a 31 Ply. Spt. roadster when I was a teen.. I only remember riding in it one time.. Here is a picture of it.. I could be interested in your 31 Plymouth if the price is reasonable.. Frank L. Wilkie, Goreville, IL. Message me...
  10. These are the issues I'm thinking about.. Not enough security to protect yourself... I would attempt to buy this car if I could deal direct with the owner. I understand that a seller would like to get as much exposure to buyers through an auction site.. Frank L. Wilkie , Goreville, IL. 62939 on facebook.
  11. I would love to bid on this vehicle but I'm too skeptic of giving out my credit card number in order to bid..
  12. Looking for a new or someone that can make one. Rear Brake hose for my 1929 Diamond T truck model 302.. This is a single hose that goes to the split of the rear brakes. Length that would work would be 14" to 16 1/2". The steel ends are 11/16" diameter with 16 threads per inch. Looks like there is a brass or copper washer on the ends that has fused itself to the steel end over time.. message me if you have one or know where I can get one made.
  13. A friend of mine asked me to post this. He is trying to identify this old truck wheel.. I think it was a 20" wheel. It has 10 lug holes... Anyone have an opinion?
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