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  1. Hershey Spaces are OBK53-55, may have one
  2. Will be bringing 31 Chrysler 3rd series parts to Hershey, any specific needs out there? Also have some 70's Chrysler parts, trim mostly some lenses, Cleaning out the excess parts, a smattering of rubber pieces for 20's and 30's Chryslers and miscellaneous parts. Rob Burchill spaces OBK53-55
  3. Will be bringing some 31 Chrysler 8 parts to Hershey, mostly 3rd series. Anybody have specific needs? Rob
  4. I have a customer that is in need of a short or long block engine for his 36 Auburn 6 cylinder. Let me know if you can help. Rob Burchill, Hattie's Garage 240-344-2922 hattiesgarage@comcast.net
  5. Are you looking for a stone guard or the radiator shell and grille? Rob
  6. Do I understand that you need an electric sensor or are you looking for a mechanical type gauge? 54 Chrysler used both, some with an electrical switch in the intake manifold area that provided readings via wire feed to the dash gauge, some had the old bulb and tube connected to the dash gauge usually with a spiral wrap around the tubing. The mechanical type can be rebuilt. not so with the electrical. I can not help you with either but maybe others can with this information. Good luck, Rob
  7. Check with anyone selling Model A parts, Snyder's in OH and Bratton's in MD. Rob
  8. I know this is going to upset some people, but the scenario by Walt G is what is going to get us kicked off the highway. Tours should have written instructions, everyone participating should get them and people should be allowed to leave on their own and not have to follow anyone. If one and 2 cylinder car tours can do this why do others have a problem, especially with cell phones and GPS available? Have a trouble truck follow at a distance or later time. If someone has a mechanical failure, not everyone needs to pull off. A thumbs up for OK or repairable allows people to go on, a thumbs down indicates a trouble truck is needed. A little courtesy on our part will help. We may have a privilage to be on the road but it is becoming increasingly a possibility of legislation off the road. In the state of MD already it is regulated that if your car cannot exceed the posted speed limit by 5mph than it should not be on that road. Rob
  9. West, Check out 28-29 Essex, I believe they mount the same, used a Parabeam lens, may have still been nickle. Rob
  10. Definitely not DB 26, I don't remember the 27 but it is universal enough to fit most any application with a bayonet clip of that dimension. Wish I needed one. Rob
  11. Bob, yes the chassis is done, found a fully restored drive line including frame and bought it. This frame is amazing, very well done and very accurate. Found another cowl section, we took the top windshield section off the old cowl and welded it on the replacement cowl. This was done originally in production. The car was a restored vehicle, went thru a garage fire, and not only was there fire/heat damage, the building collapsed on it and crushed everything. We are able to reuse the inner structure of the body and will be making a new outer skin on most of it. I am waiting to finish up the 31 project before continuing on the 33 project. Thanks for the interest. Rob
  12. Car pictured is mine, it is a 33 CT conv sedan and qualifies me as nuts, stupid or both. Major job, but atleast i am saving one from the scrap or street rod. Bill that 30 Chrysler in the door is a CJ Sport Coupe. Also working on a 31 CD 3rd series Royal 5pass Coupe that was seen on this sight a few years back. That car is now in color and will be going back on the frame sometime this summer. Photos will be forthcoming. Another major job but worth the effort. I must be crazy........Rob
  13. Babcock was in bad shape in 26, they were out of business in July of 28, I have a Babcock body on my 28 Chrysler 62. The museum in Watertown has very little automotive information from Babcock during the automotive age as it had been reorganized in the early 20's. They have quite a bit of info on the horse drawn age but virtually nothing on the automotive. I do have a sales brochure from that era featuring a Dodge. PM me and I will send you a copy. For history Doug (nearchoclatetown) is correct, that is a wonderful site. Rob
  14. Check with Antique Auto Top Hardware, he has a sight on the web and this will get you there. Nice gentleman and his products are excellent. Rob