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Me and my friends found a old car possibly a Ford Model T in the woods by my house, and we were just wondering how to identify it for sure? The problem is we just found the bare frame of the car and various parts, all of them are rusted and scattered. We want to know if anything is notable and or worth something? Any help, even the smallest bit would be appreciated. Thank you!
I have some old pictures of cars that belong to my grandparents. One picture that I had turned out to be a 1910 model 19 Buick I was told. I was also told the image was reversed. That could have been my fault as I scanned the old pics from negatives. I scanned it so it appeared to be left hand drive. After being told the image was reversed I went to Google it and I found pictures of this model and some were right hand and some were left hand drive. Can anyone here shed some light on this issue? Was the car offered both ways? Any other general info would be appreciated. Thanks in advance for any help. Dave
Hello all, Im new to the forums here and am looking for some advise/help. I am in Sweden and have come across a 1910 Overland 38 in need of some engine work. The story behind this car is that it has been sitting in a museum in the states for many years and then imported over here last year. The car itself is in fantastic condition as it has sat most of its life however there is a problem with the engine! Starts and runs just fine but smokes like hell. My first inclination was to the piston rings but not knowing anything of the construction of these engines i am turning to the forums for some help. Does anyone know who made these engines? And what pistons/rings/valves are inside? Any places out there that can sell parts or make them? I really want to help this guy out but I need a little more information before i can begin. Can someone out there please give me any kind of information about these cars? Thanks a lot!! Don