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Hydroglen

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  1. Hard to say but a postwar Hornet maybe? The dist were the same on all 6 cyl models
  2. Thanks looks like I have found the parts I need.
  3. Hello I have a 58 Prinz for sale, including spare engines + manuals and extra body panels, interior and wheels. Car is in decent shape with a very solid body $6000. Located in Toronto Canada E mail me at Hydroglen@yahoo.ca
  4. I have an original BMW factory service manual 2" thick covering 1600 to 2000 in excellent condition. In addition there are rods, pistons, head, brakes +++ $250 for all. Located in Toronto Canada. Hydroglen@yahoo.ca
  5. I have a complete gasket set + a few ignition bits for a 402. $150 Can e-mail me a Hydroglen@yahoo.ca
  6. Wanted engine parts for a 24 Hudson Super six. Timing chain, cover, pulley, fan and dist. Can e mail at Hydroglen@yahoo.ca. Dorien
  7. For sale is my 1928 RR 20 hp Barker coupe. Excellent condition overall. 5 new tyres and tubes and battery. Runs and drives well, a reliable car. Headlights might need rechroming but still look very nice. All electrics and instruments are working. History including names of titled owners, build sheets and original owners manual are included. $44,000 Car is in Ontario Canada Call 705 434 9775
  8. For sale is my 1928 RR 20 hp Barker coupe. Excellent condition overall. 5 new tyres and tubes and battery. Runs and drives well, a reliable car. Headlights might need rechroming but still look very nice. All electrics and instruments are working. History including names of titled owners, build sheets and original owners manual are included. $44,000 Car is in Ontario Canada Call 705 434 9775
  9. Thanks, That is what I was looking for. Will give it a try. George
  10. Hi Guys, Anybody understand the starting carb on a 20 HP Rolls? What does the long dash controlled rod actually do? Mine seems frozen. Thanks George
  11. OK thanks for the input. Yes pre 1930 gets difficult and Nada skips European cars in the prewar section. George
  12. Thanks guys for your input. I generally agree, but my point is were are these guides? One poster mentioned NADA, but as I said earlier there are NO figures for prewar cars. Or not that I or many of my friends can find. So while we may feel the guides are wrong, can somebody point out weer these guides are? Thanks George
  13. Is there a valuation guide for our cars? Nada is only good for postwar cars and the Gold Book is no more, or not in a way it used to be. I have a good idea of what my cars are worth by following auctions and advertised prices, but it is good to have an independent market summary. Cheers George
  14. Thanks for the pictures. I have finally after a lot of work managed to get connected with the WK club. Hopefully I will be able to source the aorts I need. Appreciate the help. Cheers Dorien
  15. Hello, I am restoring a 1928 type 56 WK and could use some help. I need headlights and cowl lights. Also the cross over exhaust pipe. No easy way of contacting the WK club so no help there. Even if you don't have parts but have knowledgeof this model that would be great. Thanks Dorien
  16. I agree but I think it is generally an innocent omission. Much more serious and aggravating are websites that DO NOT show clearly were the business is located. There are many cases were I find that the Company is not in North America. Nothing against other countries, but it does add shipping costs, duties and delivery times. Dorien
  17. Hello, Is there anybody familiar with Minervas? I am thinking of a 1924 AB. I am looking for engine specs and general info. The few internet sites talk about a 4 cyl and a 6 cyl and the one I am curious about is a 6 cyl. Are the sites wrong or is the engine wrong ? Anybody own one? Thanks, Dorien Berteletti
  18. Ok Thanks for the link. I will give them a try. I have a Bristol 400 and a 1946 Alfa and was curious about how the CCCA works. Not really concerned either way. Dorien
  19. Is your Studebaker still for sale? Can you e mail me at Hydroglen@yahoo.ca
  20. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: K8096</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Many Alfa's from the 1920's through the 1940's certaintly are in the club. They used to have the approved list of cars on the website - maybe they took it down temporarily due to the Town & Country fiasco. All high quality European cars of the 1920's & 1930's are included in the club. </div></div> Ok but at this point Alfas are NOT on the CCCA website. Many other makes are so that is odd. Also there is no way to contact the club via the sitea and no point having a non working or inaccurate site. So it would seem that they are not interested in any contact. A strange setup! Dorien
  21. I find the "logic" of the CCCA hard to follow. It also appears difficult to contact them via e-mail. Ex" it would appear that NO Alfa Romeo is a classic as it is not on their second page. If somebody can explain how to approach them that would be great. Thanks Dorien
  22. Do you have a picture and how much are you asking? Dorien
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