Tom v.d. Vyver

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About Tom v.d. Vyver

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  • Birthday 08/08/1968
  1. I did have the metal strips. I found the holes when it was being restored but I must still make the strips.
  2. Thank you for the information. Here is some photos of the Maxwell.
  3. I am trying to date the following 2 cars: Maxwell Model 25 : Engine no. C601635 (pictured in previous post) Chrysler Model 58 : Engine number F36226 Serial Number WW548H Regards
  4. I am trying to date the following 2 vehicles: Maxwell Model 25 : Engine no. C601635 Chrysler Model 58 : Engine number F36226 Serial Number WW548H Regards Tom
  5. I am busy restoring a 1926 Chrysler Model 58 Tourer (RHD). I am looking for the front brake slave cylinders and related attachments.
  6. 6 years later and the photo is loaded!
  7. I will post some pic's this week. Regards Tom van der Vyver
  8. Chris Thank you for the info! I am missing the accelerator pedal and mechanism (RHD). Any pic's or drawings will help. Regards Tom van der Vyver
  9. In 1998 a Maxwell 25 Tourer RHD was sold to me as a 1923 Model. Have only managed to find pic's of Maxwell with coil ignition to date. My car has magneto ignition. Restoration is now about 90%. Need help to date the car.