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  1. Thank you for the help. My Napa crew said they had never seen one. The Blackhawk lead was SPOT ON. They are ordered and on the way. You made my 82nd birthday!
  2. I need 1 or two of the male fittings as in the attached picture. When tightened, the fitting is compressed onto the tubing. Threads are 3/8"-24 and the tubing is 3/16". Thank you,
  3. The pictured fittings are from the vacuum line to windshield wipers on a 1930 Cadillac. It appears to be an early type of compression fitting without a separate ferrule. It looks like the male fitting is compressed onto the tubing as it is tightened and in addition to making a seal, the tube can then not be pulled out. Does anyone know the correct name for these fittings, what type of threads they are, and if they are available today? The tube is 3/16". I need two of the male parts, new or used, and would appreciate any leads on a source. Thank you.
  4. This cap is about 3 1/4" in diameter and the threaded portion is about 2 1/2". The large washer appears to be for keeping an ornament tightly oriented correctly. It is heavy. Thank you for your help.
  5. GM Motor Wheels from 1 1/2 ton GMC COE truck, 20" with lock rings. Good condition. Have three dated 1938, 1939, and 1941. $150 each plus shipping contact 804-435-7143, catalan9@verizon.net
  6. Engine is out of a 1937 GMC 1 1/2 ton COE truck. located in VA, stored inside, condition unknown. $350. 804-435-7143 or catlan9@verizon.net
  7. Olson’s Gaskets in Port Orchard, WA (https://www.olsonsgaskets.com ) recently responded to my request for a seal for the steering gear sector shaft on 1930-31 Cadillac V-16s. They expended considerable time and effort to produce the seal needed to replace the original cork seal that was required to keep gear lubricant from leaking out of the housing where the sector shaft exits the gearbox and goes through the frame. On early cars, the seal sits in a counterbore in the housing around the shaft. Later cars have gear boxes that include a seal retainer sitting in a slightly larger counterb
  8. Does anyone know what this oil filter bracket was used on? Was it for a specific brand or was it after-market? Thank you for your help.
  9. The flat tab is 3/8" wide, .089" thick, and 1/4" long. I will get a picture of the ends tomorrow. There is no cable end protruding from the other end - apparently broken off inside. Yes it is for sale.
  10. This cable is 74 1/2" long and 7/16" diameter. Your help to ID it will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  11. Cable is 53 1/4" long and 5/16" diameter. Thanks in advance.
  12. Can anyone ID this speedometer cable? It is 68 1/2 inches long and 5/16" diameter. I was told it might be for 1933-34 Ford and 1939 Mercury. Thanks in advance.
  13. Any help to identify these tail light stanchions would be appreciated. I was told they might be for a 1933 Buick? Thank you
  14. ANY HELP TO IDENTIFY THIS AC FUEL PUMP WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. THE NUMBER ON THE FLANGE IS 4405. THANK YOU.
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