Bill Bickell

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  1. must not be all that interested in a radiator shell, why bother to post the original message?
  2. call Ed Fabian 916-771-3017 as he probably has a radiator shell available
  3. LOOKING AT YOUR PICS IT MAY BE BECAUSE YOU HAVE THE FRONT WHEELS ON THOSE ROLL AROUND THINGS, JACK UP FRONT END AND FREE THE WHEELS BEFORE YOU TRY ANYTHING ELSE
  4. Try removing the other end, pull cotter key and back out plug on the other end of the drag link and drop the drag link from the pitman arm; you can then isolate where the issue is. If the steering wheel is then free it is the front linkage.
  5. yes, that is a transmission lock, usually locks in a gear. note that your ignition switch contains no key lock.
  6. Calif Automobile museum has this listed for sale currently, contact : www.calautomuseum.org.
  7. anything like the one I listed at this site a few months back ?
  8. This sure sounds familiar; our 1925 Maxwell experienced the same , or nearly the same problem. we fought it for about 16 months off and on and finally had a gentleman that specializes in starting old vehicles and tractors check out the distributor and coil and go over all the wiring, we had a weak coil, one of the wires in the distributor had shorted, and we had one bad plug ( new off the shelf). and there was something else that by itself was minor. To bad you aren't in the Sacramento Valley area, I'm sure he could be of assistance. I agree , it's something simple. Do you have the original distributor parts ? Good luck,
  9. well, maybe this isn't for a Reo . Any idea where it may be have been used ?
  10. Bill Bickell

    speedometer

    I need an AC speedometer for a 1925 maxwell. anyone have a spare?
  11. understand that this is for a 1920's Reo, any interest?
  12. might try Archer Bros, Hayward, Ca, used to go to them and they're still in business.
  13. look at ebay item #160390424161; that close to what you want ?
  14. have one for 1920 dodge 4 cyl ? Thanks , Bill PS: head gasket for Maxwell was PERFECT ! Thanks again