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  1. Hello all, my grandfather bought a 1924 Oldsmobile Opera Coupe, it didn't come with a battery and although I know it is a six volt car, I don't know if it is positive or negative ground. Also, where is the serial number normally located? And the engine number? Another question I have, is about the kind of Carburetor we have on the car. I know the original was a Zenith but they could be replaced. The car has a Marvel-Schebler TSXU-832 Carburetor on it. Before we start digging in and getting the car running, I wanted to know if this carb was worth keeping? Any help would really be appreciated. Thanks in advance. Vintagecarguy.
  2. Hello all, my grandfather bought a 1924 Oldsmobile Opera Coupe, it didn't come with a battery and although I know it is a six volt car, I don't know if it is positive or negative ground. Also, where is the serial number normally located? And the engine number? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance. Vintagecarguy.
  3. Hello everybody, I am in search of a few parts for a 1924 Studebaker Special Six “EL”. Robert Kapteyn had a extra parts catalogue I was able to purchase, thanks again, Robert! It really helped out in locating the proper part #'s. Unfortunately Studebaker parts int. did not have any of the following parts. I posted a few pictures of the project, including the motor so you can see some of the parts that are missing. If anyone has these parts, or knows of any place i can locate them i will really appreciate it, thanks in advanced, John Rear Double flanged hub (would prefer one with a brake drum but can get an extra drum if hub is by its self) Radiator cap for motometer P/N 106169 Wood Steering wheel P/N 105148 Gas tank Cowl lights and backing plate
  4. I am interested in purchasing a set of 1924 Studebaker split rims if anyone has any extra ones lying around. I have attached photographs with measurements of the one rim that I do have. I would like to get a set of four if anyone has them and is willing to part with them. Thanks, John
  5. Hi, I have several parts from my 1924 Buick for sale. Too many to list them all. Highlights include: complete rear end with drive shaft gauges complete engine that cranked before I removed it. All push rods Clutch pedal and much more. Contact me with what you need and I'm sure I have it. Thanks!
  6. I am looking for a single 20" solid wheel or a pair of 21" solid wheels. Thanks, Don PopcornPictures@yahoo.com
  7. Does anyone by chance have contact info for the owner of this 1924 Lincoln Model L, 135 series? I'd like to correspond with him and if possible secure additional pictures of the interior. As I understand it was shown at the 2006 Hilton Head Concours. Pictures would assist me in the reconstruction of the interior of my 1924 134 series. Photo credits to conceptcarz.com Thank you, Ian Evans
  8. Does anyone know how to remove the passenger side door handle on a 1924 DB business coupe? There are no screws on the outside, and from what I can see from the inside, the nut at the end of the shaft (if this is the case) is not accessible through the door panel. Quick help is needed because I see a door handle on eBay that I may be able to use. Here's a pic of the intact driver's side handle: <a href=http://www.freeimagehosting.net/><img src=http://www.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/1b68c5efef.jpg border=0 alt="Free Image Hosting"></a>
  9. Hi this is lilskeeter need some info on this find. Anyone that has knowledge on this vehicle really can not find two much as far as value how many were made series? if any. Thanks, lilskeeter:confused:
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