jan arnett (2)

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  1. Thank you for your suggestion. I know my Dodge has fabric covered joints. To get it back together until I find one I am going to a fit a modern boot. Thanks Jan
  2. George I know this is not what you are are looking for but thought you might be interested. https://www.ebth.com/items/8544790-early-20th-century-sheffield-velocipede-car-company-railroad-two-cylinder-engine Jan
  3. Bud are you familar with this car https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/ac/six/2089840.html
  4. Bud I see you spoke to Jeff and received the information the Moon club has. That was why I asked the question.
  5. what about bed liner. I am sure they can spay the straps for you.
  6. Need a U Joint cover for my 1923 Moon. There are two different covers on the drive shaft and I need the one in the photo. I don't know if the other end will work.
  7. Bud what was the other forum you mentioned that an early Moon was discussed? Thanks Jan
  8. Chuck what is the length and width. Does it have a mounting bracket? Thanks
  9. Post in the HCCA section for real early autos & trucks.
  10. That is what is known as a project. Fantastic job.
  11. Paul let me answer a couple of your questions. Since you will be pouring new bearings you can use a crank from another engine. You can also use rods from another engine. I would first try and figure out what caused the old engine to throw a rod. I would magnaflux any part that is going back into the engine. I normally just pull the engine. I would keep the caps in the correct position just so you get in the habit of doing. If you do not bore all four cyc. there is no reason to replace the pistons. Same goes for valves, springs, and guides which may be ok. Just put them in the same location that they came out of. I would change out the rings either way. You may or may not want to pull the came based on the condition of the lifters
  12. Look at speedometer cable sheath.
  13. You need to put what kind of fender you are looking for and repost in in the Dodge section
  14. Could you install a jack shaft with a gear on the starter end so you could use the bendix?
  15. The are easy to work with. I have bought several items from them.
  16. Here is one for sale on the auction site everything but the house. https://www.ebth.com/items/8437528-auto-body-rotisserie-cr-3000-unit
  17. I posted it in the Speedster Face Book Group
  18. Narine: Maybe I can help you find your car. I have a friend who is in the business of providing cars for weddings and he has the white car you seek. His business is very reliable and he is a former president of the Durant Club. Although he is located California he may be able to help if not he can probably suggest someone. Since he is in the business he has commercial insurance which eliminates that problem. http://hireoldcars.com/
  19. What year are you looking for and what body style. Restored or unrestored. Is the owner driving it or is it window dressing for scenes?
  20. Check the ground cable from battery to frame to make sure it is a big fat 6 volt cable. Welding cables are great for this. !2 volt cars have smaller cables and he/she may have replaced it. Clean the ground connection REAL good with sand paper and make sure the connection is tight
  21. I agree that you block can be salvaged by stitch welding. I know there are some great machine shops over there that can do the job. I would not braze it. What do you have to lose
  22. I would also post in technical.