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Everything posted by Curti

  1. The car in this original post is a running driving titled car in the state if Wisconsin. With a documented history. A far cry from an amusement park ride. The car is now for sale.
  2. The master cylinder pictured is not correct for 34-36 Auburn. It fits and will work, but will get dinged in judging at ACD meets. Look on page 85 of the Auburn parts list published May of 1934.
  3. Prior to 1938, whitewalls on both sides of the tire. Single sided white walls 38 and later. I side with AJ, in a comment he once made, 'I hate whitewalls'.
  4. Do you know anyone in the US I could send it to? It is easier if we communicate thru email. cschulze@centurytel.net Cheers Curt
  5. Do you know anyone in the US I could send it to?
  6. There are two 11's in the club roster.
  7. Don Axelrod 35 Timson St, Lynn , MA 01902-1824 781-598-0523 Headlight guy
  8. This is truly the case of the tail waging the dog.
  9. I found one at Englishparts.com Thanks for the help fellas .
  10. OK, thanks fellas, I'll check it out !!
  11. The battery is 6 Volt measures 7 x 7 x 9 deep. There has to be hundreds of Austin Bantam cars mfg between 1930 and 1941 out there. What are they doing ??
  12. The A/B batteries are roughly 7 x 7 x 8.5 deep.
  13. Does anyone know where I can buy a battery for an American Austin ( Maybe Bantam ) I tried NAPA and Batteries + with no luck.
  14. 34-36 heads do not interchange with 31-32 heads I am unsure about 1933.
  15. Possibly Chevrolet truck, 1 ton & up
  16. Minnesota plates were three years in one 1915, 1916, 1917
  17. The engine is not mine, I took the pix off the ACD website.
  18. This engine looks to be late '30s to '40s. Can anyone ID it?
  19. All is correct except the font is 1/2 inch. The frame number is 1000 less than the cowl tag
  20. Looks like a 33 Chevy hood ornament.
  21. If it is an old reproduction grill made in South America in the 60's - 70's It won't fit . Basically junk.
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