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  1. I bought this car back in 1989 in Coutts, Alberta, Canada. It is coming along but I have moved a number of times and life has got in the way of completing this project... I will get there... Just now getting a shop built will be my first project. The car has been back and forth across Canada twice and I still seem to have all the parts... I will start at the beginning and bring this story up to date over the next few months. In 1989 there was an auction of a "museum" in Coutts Alberta. It was a 5 day auction and there was lots of non car stuff there as well. There were about 80 or so vehicles in various states of completeness... Only 2 actually ran. I went down ahead and determined there were 5 cars I would be interested in (all touring cars). I ended up buying the second best one (in my mind) and also the cheapest one at $350.00. I think the 1922 Studebaker would have been a better car and it was the larger model of Studebaker. Mine was marked as a 1917 McLaughlin but as I found out later it was a 1919. It also turned out to be a HA63 special... besides the tag the references I have found say that the specials had the yellow painted wood spoke wheels... and this car had that.. I only lived an hour or so from the auction so after paying for my car I headed home rented a trailer and went back and picked it up... It was a bit of a zoo there as people were picking up vehicles but they did have a make shift tow truck there helping people get cars loaded. Mine happened to be behind a post so we had to lift it sideways before pulling it out. The pics attached were taken a few days later after i took all the stuff out that was piled in the back. I don`t have a pic of that but I suspect it was why most people took a pass on this car.... The back was full of what appeared to be junk and the fender and the door on the top of the pile definitely didn't belong to this car.... My good fortune was that everything else down the pile did belong to the car and I would say the car was at least 90% complete... but it sure was rough.... my kind of project.[ATTACH=CONFIG]222977[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]222978[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]222979[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]222980[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]222981[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]222982[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]222983[/ATTACH]
  2. Craigslist posting, not mine. photos are not very good, and owner incorrectly identifies it as 1924, but its earlier. visible in the photos are valve covers on the engine, so it is at least 1919. Wooden felloe wheels were last used somewhere between 1920 and 1922. Can anyone else spot any more clues hiding in the mess ? link to Craigslist ad will expire soon. http://boise.craigslist.org/cto/4923627008.html Boise cars & trucks by owner 1924 Buick - $1 (Payette) 1924 Buick needs major restoration, but it is what it is. Wood wheels/spokes, motor is there, appears to be back or rumble seat somewhat complete. Photos show what we have. Make offer; serious buyers only please. Thank you for looking!
  3. This hood has a crease very similar to 1929 Buick, but the crease gets shallower toward the rear, and the area surrounding the side louvers is raised, which is not on the Buick. Another unusual feature is there is no seam at the front / rear edges- usually the sheetmetal on a hood is folded 1/4 inch along the sheared edges to add stiffness and reduce paint chipping. What car does it fit ?
  4. I am looking for a good condition Dodge Brothers touring car 1917-1919 fender for the drivers side rear.
  5. I bought this car back in 1989 in Coutts, Alberta, Canada. It is coming along but I have moved a number of times and life has got in the way of completing this project... I will get there... Just now getting a shop built will be my first project. The car has been back and forth across Canada twice and I still seem to have all the parts... I will start at the beginning and bring this story up to date over the next few months. In 1989 there was an auction of a "museum" in Coutts Alberta. It was a 5 day auction and there was lots of non car stuff there as well. There were about 80 or so vehicles in various states of completeness... Only 2 actually ran. I went down ahead and determined there were 5 cars I would be interested in (all touring cars). I ended up buying the second best one (in my mind) and also the cheapest one at $350.00. I think the 1922 Studebaker would have been a better car and it was the larger model of Studebaker. Mine was marked as a 1917 McLaughlin but as I found out later it was a 1919. It also turned out to be a HA63 special... besides the tag the references I have found say that the specials had the yellow painted wood spoke wheels... and this car had that.. I only lived an hour or so from the auction so after paying for my car I headed home rented a trailer and went back and picked it up... It was a bit of a zoo there as people were picking up vehicles but they did have a make shift tow truck there helping people get cars loaded. Mine happened to be behind a post so we had to lift it sideways before pulling it out. The pics attached were taken a few days later after i took all the stuff out that was piled in the back. I don`t have a pic of that but I suspect it was why most people took a pass on this car.... The back was full of what appeared to be junk and the fender and the door on the top of the pile definitely didn't belong to this car.... My good fortune was that everything else down the pile did belong to the car and I would say the car was at least 90% complete... but it sure was rough.... my kind of project.
  6. ForSale1919 ESSEX 4 door sedan newly painted and upholstered,mechanicals all in good shape. Drives smoothly and stops promptly. 1919is the first year of production for Essex, companion car to theHudson and predecessor of the Teraplane. The sedan was a higherpriced option, available only at the end of the year. According ofHudson Club members, this is the only example in running condition ofperhaps three known to exist. $16,000OBO ContactDan Shafarman in Lansing, MI at 517 487-6534 to discuss. Morepictures available at:https://sites.google.com/site/robsoldcars/1919-essex
  7. I have listings for the 30`s and 40`s for the Mclaughlin Northway engine 78S is the conversion after WWII. I have a nice number of ads from earlier date but none show the plug attached. Plugs from the 1919 era have no numbers marked on the plug and catalogues don`t seem to exist that early... I have found a good number of these plugs around but typically in bad used condition. the one pictures is new. Does anyone have an ad that would confirm that this is the correct AC original spark plug for either the Mclaughlin or Oakland 34b from 1919
  8. [TABLE=width: 1118, align: center] <tbody>[TR] [TD]I HAVE LISTED FOR AUCTION ON EBAY a very rare copy of an original 1919 Pierce-Arrow Motor Cars Care and Operation Manual. PHOTOS are posted at the eBay listing. The cover includes the subtitle "38 H. P. Cars No. 311001 to 319999, 48 H. P. Cars No. 511001 to 519999. The manual is 100 pages. The outside covers are soiled with what may be automobile grease from the hand of my grandfather who owned many Pierce Arrow automobiles. The spine is completely worn (see picture), but all the pages are still bound together well - no missing pages. The inside pages are clean and crisp though ivoried with age. The manual contains drawings, diagrams, and photographs along with complete instructions. Message me if you would like to see more details from inside the manual. HERE IS THE LINK TO THE EBAY AUCTION WHICH WILL CLOSE ON JULY 15, 2013 IF NOT SOONER IF BUYER CHOOSES THE "BUY IT NOW" OPTION. Very RARE 1919 Pierce Arrow Motor Cars Care and Operation Manual | eBay [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE]
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