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  1. I sent you a current picture of the Loco Building in Chicago. Still exists. I plan on checking it out in my "free time" Picture sent to your e-mail.
  2. Might be my tired old eyes, but not sure that I see the cup either.
  3. Hi Bob, Asking $200 each for the lamps. That is not a speedometer, but actually a tachometer. Price on that is $750.00. Thanks for the inquiry. TIM OHLENDORF
  4. Oil reservoir tank, Model 30 water pump, reproduction radiator cap, reproduction Vanderbilt cup, reproduction ID tag, remains of 1913 only taillight Touring car doors. I have 2 sets. One set has 4 doors, original paint, pin-striping, and even a monogram. Second set has 3 doors. 2 rears and one front. Some of the doors even have original upholstery attached. Locomobile emblem - I believe is off of a Locomobile truck. Measures 14 inches x 4 inches.
  5. The 3 lamps are Solar 1033C's. All are Loco script on top. All are right hand mount. The one single lamp is Solar 1128C. Loco script on top and left hand mount. The manual is 1908 Model E's and I's. Excellent original. The clock is Waltham with octagon rim. The plate is cast iron with a Loco truck cast into it. On back side is Locomobile, 1915 cast into it. 8" X 4 1/2". Jones tachometer 4" expanded face. 2 early Loco hubcaps, external threads. Sill Plate, 15 1/2 X 4. I.D.plate. 1905 Model H Car # 629. More to come !! Locoman
  6. Cleaning house, getting rid of some of my Loco stuff. Let me know what you are interested in. I can send you more information, pictures and prices.
  7. Google 1913 Locomobile, R.M. Auctions, 2015 Hershey
  8. The white Loco was sold a few years ago, maybe quite a few, at a R.M. auction in Hershey. Probably a bunch of pictures there.
  9. The white Locomobile is a "48".
  10. Does it appear to the "experts" that the car has cycle type fenders front and rear? How about running boards, or are they just step plates? Right hand drive would make it fairly early. I do not know what it is. Just trying to help out 3 brothers.
  11. A friend of mine gave me this picture and he would like you folks to try and identify his dad's tow truck that was made from a car. Harry is behind the wheel. Harry's son will be very grateful. Thank you!
  12. Mark Hyman of St Louis area bought it at Amelia.
  13. Just " Loco" like the rest of us. For the rest of you, I was able to get in contact with George Hess. Thanks, LOCOMAN
  14. Looking to get in contact with George Hess of Lenexa Kansas. I've tried his currently listed e-mail address, returned. I've tried his currently listed phone number, disconnected. Anybody out there know how to reach him? Thanks, Locoman, TIM OHLENDORF
  15. Thanks for the reply. Looking for a 4 cylinder car.
  16. Anybody know the whereabouts of a 1912 -1914 Mason passenger car ? Either restored or un-restored. Thanks, Locoman
  17. Does anyone out there know the whereabouts of a 1912-1914 Mason? Either restored or unrestored. Thanks, Locoman
  18. This mounting pad on the differential/axle tube is where the jack goes. Does not interfere with the truss rod.
  19. Hi Lance, Very interested in your Loco jack. I have 2 1913 model 48"s. Sure would like to have a "real" jack for one of them, Let me know how much $$$. Thanks, TIM OHLENDORF diane3626@gmail.com
  20. Rick Britten, Michigan. 269-979-3928. Have used him for years. TIM
  21. Antique Auto Top Hardware Co. Kim Dawson. He has new brass castings, and a great catalog of many early brass items. TIM
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