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Hello all, I just removed what was left of this car from a hedgerow. As a lover of antiques, I just couldn't scrap the pieces that I thought might be useable. I have a front end including drums, complete rear end with center driveshaft, a complete engine & tranny that has been exposed to NY weather for at least 20 years, misc. trims, window crank handles, wiper vacuum motor, etc. (Trim #539) These pieces may very well be junk, I just don't know but I would love to see somebody use them in a re-build effort. Please contact me through this forum if you are interested in picking them up from Moravia, NY 13118. All sheet metal has been scraped as it was in no way useable. Pictures can be taken upon request & please forward this if you know somebody interested. By June 1st, what hasn't found a new home will be scraped.
[TABLE] <tbody>[TR] [TD]In the course of sifting through fields of old cars in remote locations we found a special vehicle: a 1951 Chrysler Windsor Deluxe. This was a very elegant auto of its day. This 4 dr car has the classic rear window design in which the glass is separated into three parts by two vertical mullions. 1951 was the last year of the split windshield in the Chrysler Windsor Deluxe. Six cylinder 250 cid/116hp, 1 bbl. Rust in rear fascia can be repaired by our body shop if desired. Pick up in Denver or we arrange shipment of this classic machine. $3000. [/TD] [/TR] </tbody>[/TABLE]
Hi everyone, we have a 1926 Oakland and are looking to find out what the original spark plugs would have been for it. Does anyone know where we could purchase plugs the same as the originals or what the code for them would be? We have a couple of service books for it but they only say clean and/or adjust gap. It currently has Champion W16Y plugs wich somebody put in before we recieved it. Thank you all in advance, any help would be greatly appreciated. - John