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  1. Society of Automotive Engineers – related Data Sheets set, 1911-1914 period Set includes 146 Data Sheets, from 20 different companies. <o:p </o For sale is a spiral bound booklet of 146 Data Sheets provided by 20 automotive parts manufacturers for use by those with Society of Automotive Engineers (S.A.E.) associations. These many Data Sheets date from the 1911-1914 period (although many are unmarked for date), and focus on many automotive components. These sheets are incorporated into a 2-ring binder from about 1905 (based on patent date). However, they are not compiled into a formal S.A.E. publication of Data Sheets. This binder is filled with the Data Sheets, which are in overall quite nice condition. The sets of sheets, per company/item, appear to be complete. These sheets are printed on just one side, unless noted. The Data Sheets in this binder are summarized below. [TABLE=class: MsoTableGrid] <tbody>[TR] [TD] Company [/TD] [TD] Product Type [/TD] [TD] Number of Pages [/TD] [TD] Date [/TD] [TD] Comments [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD] Truffault-Hartford [/TD] [TD] Shock Absorber [/TD] [TD] 2 [/TD] [TD][/TD] [TD][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Lavigne Mfg. Co., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pDetroit</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Ball Solderless Fittings [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 2 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Magnus Co., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pDetroit</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Hose Coupling [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 1 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] Backstamped <st1:date w:st="on" Month="6" Day="1" Year="1912">June 1, 1912</st1:date> [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Blue paper [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] B. F. Goodrich Co., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pAkron</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Dismountable Windless Tires [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 3 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] Backstamped <st1:date w:st="on" Month="3" Day="30" Year="1912">March 30, 1912</st1:date> [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] B. F. Goodrich Co., Akron [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Wireless Tires [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 4 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] May 1911 noted [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] United States Tire Company, <st1:state w:st="on"><st1:pNew York</st1</st1:state> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Standard Solid Motor Tires [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 2 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] 1911 or 1912 [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Pages are printed on both sides. Yellow paper. [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Electric Controller & Mfg. Co., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pCleveland</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Weekly Stock List, Automatic Motor Starters [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 2 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] <st1:date w:st="on" Month="12" Day="7" Year="1911">Dec. 7, 1911</st1:date>, <st1:date w:st="on" Month="12" Day="28" Year="1911">Dec. 28, 1911</st1:date> (backstamped subsequent dates) [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Bulletin 1016 [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Whitney Mfg. Co., <st1:p<st1:city w:st="on">Hartford</st1:city>, CT</st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Keys and Cutters (Woodruff’s System) [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 3 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Pages are printed on both sides. Green paper. [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Whitney Mfg. Co., <st1:p<st1:city w:st="on">Hartford</st1:city>, <st1:state w:st="on">CT</st1:state></st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] “Whitney” Chains, Silent Type [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 8 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] Reference to 1909 [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Joseph Dixon Crucible Co., <st1:p<st1:city w:st="on">Jersey City</st1:city>, <st1:state w:st="on">NJ</st1:state></st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Graphite Lubricants [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 4 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Timkin Roller Bearing Co., <st1:p<st1:city w:st="on">Canton</st1:city>, <st1:state w:st="on">OH</st1:state></st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Roller Bearings [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 6 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] January 1912 (backstamped <st1:date w:st="on" Month="2" Day="26" Year="1912">February 26, 1912</st1:date>) [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Red paper [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] National Tube Co. [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Selby Seamless Steel Tubing [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 13 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Gray & Davis, Inc., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pBoston</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Dynamo Data [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 13 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Sheets prepared (based on surrounding wrapper) "For S.A.E. Hand Book". The Self Starter Motor, Type “F” is marked in pencil “obsolete”. [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Hazard Motor Mfg. Co., <st1:p<st1:city w:st="on">Rochester</st1:city>, <st1:state w:st="on">NY</st1:state></st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Clutch Parts [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 2 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Hazard Motor Mfg. Co., <st1:p<st1:city w:st="on">Rochester</st1:city>, <st1:state w:st="on">NY</st1:state></st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Gear Shift Levers [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 2 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Hyatt Roller Bearing Co., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pDetroit</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Roller Bearings [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 5 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Turnbull Co., <st1:p<st1:city w:st="on">Defiance</st1:city>, <st1:state w:st="on">OH</st1:state></st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Wheels (with emphasis on wooden spokes) [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 4 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Bosch [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Magnetos [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 7 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] New Departure [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Ball Bearings [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 18 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Standard Roller Bearing Co., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pPhiladelphia</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] End Thrust Bearings [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 12 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Attachment holes torn on first sheet. [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Janney, Steinmetz & Co., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pPhiladelphia</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Seamless Steel Tinned Tanks [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 12 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] 1913-1914 [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Somewhat thicker paper. [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] Bower Roller Bearing Co., <st1:city w:st="on"><st1:pDetroit</st1</st1:city> [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] Roller Bearings [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 11 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent][/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 175, bgcolor: transparent] General Electric Co., <st1:pEdisonHarrison, <st1:state w:st="on">NJ</st1:state></st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 192, bgcolor: transparent] <st1:pEdison </st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 96, bgcolor: transparent] 10 [/TD] [TD=width: 144, bgcolor: transparent] All pages marked <st1:date w:st="on" Month="7" Day="1" Year="2013">7-1-13</st1:date>, likely for <st1:date w:st="on" Month="7" Day="1" Year="1913">July 1, 1913</st1:date> [/TD] [TD=width: 276, bgcolor: transparent] Attachment holes torn on two sheets. [/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=width: 367, colspan: 2] Total Number of Data Sheets: [/TD] [TD=width: 96] 146 [/TD] [TD=width: 144] <st1:p<st1:pDate <st1:pRange</st1</st1</st1 [/TD] [TD=width: 276] 1911-1914 [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE] These sheets are associated with the early automotive era, when numerous companies made many parts, which were then assembled into automobiles by a smaller number of automobile companies. These Data Sheets were used for helping to service the wide variety of automobiles with their even wider assortment of parts made by many companies. I plan on selling these great Data Sheets, but have no idea of their current value. I would appreciate thoughts about that, and/or offers. I have just listed them on eBay; search for something like 1911 Data Sheets.
  2. What would be the correct horn and placement on a 1912 Overland model 59T? It came with a bulb type horn screwed to the body next to the driver (RH drive) but I do think it is correct. Want to do some shopping at Hershey next week..... Thanks,
  3. 1911 Mercer, Type 35, race about sports car replica: it is an all steel replica built many years ago by a very skilled craftsman. This car will start anytime even after its been sitting and with good brakes is very dependable. It is the ultimate fun driver and parade car. It is full size exact replica of a 1911 Mercer Race about equipped with a 1953 Chevy truck 235" 6 cylinder engine and rests a 1940 chevy truck frame, manual transmission, and rear end. Gear ratio has not been changed in the rear end. Rear end has new bearings. Mileage unknown on the engine but it performs well. 200 miles on new tires. New carb and brakes. $9500. 336-765-8312, Reidsville, North Carolina, email for more pictures wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery assistance available. This car handles and performs very well and draws tremendous attention when driven. History of the Mercer: Mercer was an American automobile manufacturer from 1909 until 1925. It was notable for its high-performance cars, especially the Type 35 Race about. The result was one of the most admired sports cars of the decade; the 1910 Type-35R Race about, a stripped-down, two-seat speedster, designed to be "safely and consistently" driven at over 70 mph (110 km/h) (it was capable of over 90 mph (140 km/h). The Race about's inline 4-cylinder T-head engine displaced 293 cubic inches (4,800 cc) and developed 55 horsepower (41 kW) at 1,650 revolutions per minute. It won five of the six 1911 races it was entered in, losing only the first Indianapolis 500. Hundreds of racing victories followed. The Race about became one of the premier racing thoroughbreds of the era- highly coveted for its quality construction and exceptional handling.
  4. I inherited a model 35 and 36 Buick. The 36 runs, the 35 is complete. But along with these, I inherited a frame, a differential and part of an engine (two jugs, pistons, upper crankcase, possibly a camshaft and crank) and a transmission. The transmission I want to hold onto until I'm sure the 35 is up and running, but the differential, frame and engine are really surplus. I'm pretty sure the whole mess was once a 1914 Buick as there are gear teeth on the flywheel. (I'm not certain when electric starts came to Buick and when the 165cid 22.5hp engine was discontinued, so feel free to correct me) The engine is the smaller 165cid 3.75 Bore and Stroke engine. Any ideas on value in "estate fresh" condition? (all have been garaged, nothing is, like that 1913 Buick/Oakland post, partially buried)