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  1. Hello, Is this a 1927 or 1928 buick? Master Six or what type? 95% sure that is a 1928 New Brunswick license plate. The bumper has 3 sections, which I think is a big key to what year or type it is? Thank you for any help! Photo below:
  2. Hello all! Alina, my very understanding wife and I are beginning to get this "ole" Peerless sedan running. In our preparations, we are reviewing all documents we have for the car and thought we'd share some of that information with anyone who may be interested and/or who may also need such info for THEIR Peerless. I am sure there are MANY people here who also have one of these cars (sic). :-) So anyway, here is a link to a folder I've created for images of only the illustrations of the 1927 Peerless Instruction manual: http://forums.aaca.org/members/truckmen/albums/1927-peerless-six-80-instruction-manual/
  3. Transmission top with lock and parking brake handle, Muncie products #551857; 7-16-27 appears to be the casting date. What make of car does this fit ?
  4. SOLD! Collins Straight 6 Engine 4 door, 5 passenger, 70hp, 288.6 cubic inch engine, 120” wheel base, rear spare wheel, wooden spokes, 3250 lbs. VIN #8900603 New whitewall tires, new radiator, newly re-plated bumpers & lense trims Peerless Owners Manual, Jack, logo embroidered blanket. Lockheed Hydraulic Four-Wheel Brakes Older restoration as original, including mohair upholstery, bud vase and window curtains. This 1927 Six-90 Sedan is rare … One of only Three on the “Known Peerless’ in Existence” list by the Peerless Motorcar Club asking $32,000 obo. Call Brando Pistorius (813) 917-9205 http://oldwheel.com/vintage_cars.htm  Peerless outsold Packard in 1920  They were one of the most expensive luxury cars of the era. The top three in price and status where called the three P’s: Packard, Pierce Arrow and Peerless.  Peerless Motor Cars (Cleveland, Ohio 1900-1931) was the first company to adopt what would become the standard of automobile design, a front mounted engine driving the rear wheels through a solid drive shaft.  Barney Oldfield shattered world speed records with the Peerless “Green Dragon”  Many collectors believe the Peerless motorcars to be some of the finest automobiles built in the USA in the 1920’s renowned for their high performance and stylish luxury. However, Peerless is the rarest and hardest to find of the “three P’s” as it ceased producing cars in 1932 during the depression.  In 1933, ownership and management of Peerless organized the Carling Brewing Co. USA, just after Congress repealed Prohibition, and began production of the famous Carling Black Label Beer in the old Peerless factory. Other Peerless “Firsts” - Peerless was the first company to successfully use a flyball governor to maintain speeds. - They set a 1,000-mile endurance record and the fastest time ever in the Mt. Washington hill climb in New Hampshire. - Peerless was the first to use of aluminum in their side-entrance tonneau along with being the first closed formal body in American production. - Peerless was one of the first companies to use electric lighting. They used a Gray & Davis system as early as 1910 and then upgrading in 1913 to a single voltage Gray & Davis system which now included an electric starter.
  5. SOLD! PRICE REDUCED! $32,000 1927 Sedan Model Six-90 Peerless’ Collins Straight 6 Engine 4 door, 5 passenger, 70hp, 288.6 cubic inch engine, 128” wheel base, rear spare wheel, wooden spokes, 3250 lbs. VIN #8900603 New whitewall tires, new radiator, newly re-plated bumpers and lense trims. Peerless Owners Manual, Jack, Logo Embroidered Blanket. Lockheed Hydraulic Four-Wheel Brakes Older restoration as original, including mohair upholstery, bud vase and window curtains. This 1927 Six-90 Sedan is rare … One of only Three on the “Known Peerless’ in Existence” list by the Peerless Motorcar Club. Just won "Best in Show" in Feb. 2014 in Gulfport, Florida. photos on our website www.oldwheel.com Pistorius Collectible Autos Antique & Classic Car Sales and Restoration Services Brando Pistorius (813)917-9205 Tampa, Florida USA www.OldWheel.com  Peerless outsold Packard in 1920  They were one of the most expensive luxury cars of the era. The top three in price and status where called the three P’s: Packard, Pierce Arrow and Peerless.  Peerless Motor Cars (Cleveland, Ohio 1900-1931) was the first company to adopt what would become the standard of automobile design, a front mounted engine driving the rear wheels through a solid drive shaft.  Barney Oldfield shattered world speed records with the Peerless “Green Dragon”  Many collectors believe the Peerless motorcars to be some of the finest automobiles built in the USA in the 1920’s renowned for their high performance and stylish luxury. However, Peerless is the rarest and hardest to find of the “three P’s” as it ceased producing cars in 1932 during the depression.  In 1933, ownership and management of Peerless organized the Carling Brewing Co. USA, just after Congress repealed Prohibition, and began production of the famous Carling Black Label Beer in the old Peerless factory. Other Peerless “Firsts” - Peerless was the first company to successfully use a flyball governor to maintain speeds. - They set a 1,000-mile endurance record and the fastest time ever in the Mt. Washington hill climb in New Hampshire. - Peerless was the first to use of aluminum in their side-entrance tonneau along with being the first closed formal body in American production. - Peerless was one of the first companies to use electric lighting. They used a Gray & Davis system as early as 1910 and then upgrading in 1913 to a single voltage Gray & Davis system which now included an electric starter. Ask about delivery options!!
  6. So we inherited a 1927 1/2 Graham Truck. It's titled as a graham; all numbers match. It does not run and is despite need of gaskets before we can start to rebuild her. Even the wood is original. This was my Dad's brothers truck. It has lived in a garage for years and while it ran at most recent the 70's, it blew a head gasket and was parked until we went and got it last year. It has sat in our garage and we have slowly taken it apart labeled all parts, bagged all bolts... it has been a serious project just to get it to a frame. Now while it is plated, titled ect as a Graham, the headlights and such are stamped DB (I am assuming Dodge Brothers, correct me if I'm wrong) So it seems the truck is a Graham Brothers/Dodge Brothers Hybrid. What I do know: It appears to be a delivery truck of sorts. Its a 4cy engine with a standard trans. It appears the factory paint is Brown. The wood in the 'bed' is painted Blue. There are hints of blue paint on the engine. So really I don't know anything. I've attached a few photos of the truck, primarily the engine. While ANY information is appreciated... I really need to know the specifics on this engine. Even a best guess is better than what I have. Domestics are not something I know anything about but am VERY willing to learn, and would love to see this truck restored to 100% factory originals. Thanks in advance for any help, hints, or information. -Samanta .
  7. Im looking for a front passenger fender for a 1927 Chevrolet truck in good shape.
  8. Hello, I've almost finished restoring a 1926 Pontiac in Australia but still need a speedometer. I understand it should be an AC which reads up to 75 or 80 mph and includes a trip meter that can be reset. The opening on the instrument panel is 2.5". Does anyone have a good one or one that is suitable for restoration? Cheers, Ryan
  9. Hello, I am nearing completion of my 1926 Pontiac Tourer restoration in Australia. I have some fragments of the original interior trim and believe it was dark brown leather. I would like to keep it as original as possible but have been recommended to use vinyl. The reasons given were that modern leather production isn't the same as the 1920s anyway and the additional cost isn't justified. I'm hoping to get some more opinions and hoefully some first hand experiences in terms of appearance and durability? Cheers, Ryan
  10. Need ignition switch, generator/distributor, wire wheels (5), and any engine parts (Continental 6, 9F model). Any help appreciated.
  11. Looking for a 1927 Graham Brothers distributor gear and rotor. the distributor i have is a Northeast Electric Company Model TU Type 10786 SN 926 any help would be appreciated. mine is worn and will not keep time.
  12. Hello I am from Norway and have a Hudson Super Six 1927 model. I have some problems with my transmission. Some of the parts has been broken. Including the output shaft. If somebody have some imformation about where i can get some parts or the whole transmission would extremely happy Ole Thalberg, Norway.
  13. Hello, I have started restoring a 1927 Pontiac Tourer that was originally owned by my great, great Uncle. I have a quick question about the carby on the original 186ci engine. From my research it would have been a Carter DR-0 single barrel updraft from new but must have been swapped with a Tillotson single barrel updraft at some stage. It looks like it will need to be re-built so I was thinking of returning it to an original Carter unit. I tracked one down at THE CARBURETOR SHOP however they are asking US$1200 and it would still need to be re-built (it does include what they call a minor kit) plus postage to Australia. I’m not familiar with old carburettors, their availability or what you would expect to pay. This does seem expensive but I was hoping for your thoughts? Thank you, Ryan
  14. Wanted for a 1928 GMC fire truck which uses a 1927 Buick 274 in-line 6 we need an exhaust manifold and the carburetor riser (Marvel updraft).ffice:office" /><O:p></O:p> Casting number on the manifold is 204484-2 and the number from the parts book is 201704. The parts book number for the riser is M146-535.<O:p></O:p> any assistance is greatly appreciated. I do not have Buick parts book however I believe 1927 and 1928 Buick Master are the same as these GMC parts. E-mail kelley@ccrutah.com Thanks!
  15. Hey guys, my carbs pot metal expanded and may only be usable for another year or two. Currently, with the shape of the carb, the car runs, but roughly. Please let me know if anyone has any available and their condition. Ethan
  16. I have a 1927 Buick standard 6 Tourer. The Crown Wheel and Pinion teeth are chipped and need to be replaced. Could anyone help with supplying these parts? Ratio 10/49 Outside diameter 10" Inside diameter 7 1/4 " Pre 1926 would seem to have same ration but smaller diameter crownwheel.
  17. This very unique and rare truck is complete. Price is $4,500. For complete details and additional photos, go to www.oldcars.fotki.com Worldwide delivery is available.
  18. Hello, I am looking for a usable front axle from a 27 sedan. The numbers from the damaged axle I have is E22644 DB 345 I don't have a parts book so if the numbers don't match need to be certain they will interchange. Thanks Kelley
  19. All catagories not listed in cars and trucks Ebay # 160444990105 S/N 5041784 Are any parts compatable with my 27 Dictator 4 door Sedan Seller is not sure it's a 27
  20. Wanted for a 1928 GMC fire truck which uses a Buick 274 in-line 6 we need an exhaust manifold and the carburetor riser (Marvel updraft).ffice:office" /><O:p></O:p> Casting number on the manifold is 204484-2 and the number from the parts book is 201704. The parts book number for the riser is M146-535. I do not have a Buick Master parts book from this year however I am certain the Master uses the same parts and I also believe 1927 and 1928 are the same. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. E-mail kelley@ccrutah.com<O:p></O:p>