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  1. It's my Fathers and used to be my Grandfathers. It's been in a heated garage for the last 40 years that I know of, has around 19,000 miles and runs. Any help would be appreciated Thanks Dan
  2. I have a 1930 Auburn Cabriolet 8 cylinder car that has not run for many years. I am having problems starting the car. If anyone has any ideas on what I need to look for to get it to start, please advise. This is everything that I have done so far: 1) rebuilt my Schebler model S carburetor (updraft) 2) new Coil 3) Dual point distributor synchronized and checked out 4) Piston number 1 brought to top dead center and verified with mark on flywheel 1/8. I then went 3 teeth on the flywheel past top dead center with spark lever fully retarded per Auburn manual 5) Adjusted distributor until one set of points just begin to open 6) Pulled Spark plug #1 with distributor wire, shorted the plug on the side of the block and turned engine over. I am getting spark and as a double check, I put my finger over the spark plug hole. At the point that I felt a pop on my finger I saw a spark on the plug. 7) To assure that I do not have a fuel pump issue, I have an auxiliary fuel pump the goes from a gas can to the carburetor. 8) I also bypassed the ignition switch with a small on/off switch 9) New six volt battery 10) Verified that all 8 wires are in the appropriate order from the distributor 11) When I manually press the starter lever, the car cranks but does not fire. I have used starting fluid and also put a few drops of fuel down spark plug hole number 1. I do not get a pop or an explosion of any kind. It almost seems like the car is not anywhere near top dead center but I know it is. I am getting fuel and spark. What is missing and what should I try next? I appreciate any help.
  3. Gorgeous 34' Phaeton for sale in MI. Freshly painted in Black Cherry. Ready to go. PLEASE call for details (I have this posted for the owner) Buick V-8 driving wonderfully. $45,000 or reasonable offer. It's a piece of history. CALL 517.676.5651 LEAVE A MESSAGE if no answer, it's finally nice enough to go outside in Mi.
  4. I saw his part listed on ebay. Here is the link. http://www.ebay.com/itm/251528740030?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 A Handy Replacement Oil Filter, Type A2. on the side is a label to show the applications. It fits the following cars: Auburn 1929 8-90 Auburn 1930 8-95 Erskine 1928 50-51 Jordan 1929 68 some models Jordan 1930 G, Speedway Ace and Model Z Sportsman Marmon 1929 Some models Peerless 1929 60, 81 Studebaker 1928 Dict. 6, GE Form H-100
  5. One of my trucks was sold through the Salt Lake City Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg dealer. It happened to be the dealership that helped stage all the Aurbun, Cord, and Dusenberg-powered Mormon Meteor runs at Bonneville. Diamond Ts from that dealership were used on the salt as support vehicles. Selling at NO RESERVE: shaggy9822 | eBay Don 573-424-0089
  6. This is a 1981 Replica with 4,681 original miles. Price is $39,500. Delivery is available.
  7. I have a questions regarding single and double white wall tires. I have to make a decisions whether my 35 Auburn should have single or double white wall tires. What year where single white walls invented? Peter
  8. Hello, A-C-D fans! My name is Todd Ruel, and I run a web site devoted to orphan cars. I've just published a podcast with a guy that most of you have read, met, or driven with. Josh Malks was my guest, and he's an enthusiastic spokesman for all things Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg. To listen to this podcast on your computer, go here: the Gone Autos web site. A lot of my fans download my podcasts and listen to them while they drive. To download the podcast to your iPod, download it through iTunes. Search for Gone Autos. You can also go here: iTunes preview. The podcast is free. It's an attempt to reach new classic car fans through media that they're using. I hope you enjoy it! ----Todd Ruel Top Wrench, Gone Autos Tools for Living the Orphan Car Life Gone Autos: Tools for Living the Orphan Car Life
  9. Wanted: Nice condition if not NOS Autolite MAB 4063 Starter and Autolite GAR 4603A generator. If case is in great shape, I can have the inners rebuilt. pdcllc@hotmail.com Thanks! Paul
  10. Make Your Father Happy with Companion Prints by Rick Spooner Father’s Day is just around the corner and you know he doesn’t really need another tie. So what do you get that he will love and appreciate and that’s unique? This year why not gift something your father will truly enjoy and remember? How about a pair of Companion Prints from automotive artist Rick Spooner? Rick has a large variety of smaller framed prints available on his eBay store that look great paired up together. Or choose one of the larger Limited Edition prints. Either are sure to have your father going down memory lane each time he views these classic cars art prints by Rick Spooner. Rick Spooner Car Art Prints Rick Spooner Car Lover Gift Guide
  11. I am looking for an old Cord or Auburn automobile. I will consider any and all conditions and body styles. My first choice is a unrestored car or one where the restoration is started or the car is even diassembled so I can restore it to the colors I prefer. It would be nice if motst of the parts were there. Saves time searching for them. My email address is pint4@new.rr.com. My phone number is 920-731-8519. Thanks for looking, Bob
  12. Hello Everyone, I am looking for information about a 1932 Auburn Speedster that was found in a barn near Watkins Glen in the late 80s. Catr was a special with a oldsmobile straight 8 and was raced in the finger lakes region. Car was in primer with # 9 on rear section, Names that I have been given that may have had history with the car are, Nelson Thorpe, Ted Weiss, and Milt Johnson. Any help would be great. This car will be run with the VSCCA , New England Region. I am trying to piece together a history of the car. Dean Beckman 203-952-6001 dean_h_beckman@sbcglobal.net
  13. I'm told that a back issue of the ACD Newsletter documented the construction of a water jacket sideplate baffle. Does anyone recall/have the issue handy? Other's have checked but have been unable to locate the issue. Best Regards, David
  14. I'm told that a back issue of the ACD Newsletter documented the construction of a water jacket sideplate baffle. Does anyone recall/have the issue handy? Other's have checked but have been unable to locate the issue. Best Regards, David
  15. The following photographs were sent to me several years ago by the late Lou Brehmer of Phoenix, Arizona. Lou had lived in Chicago in his earlier years. I don't know if he had ever been an AACA or ACD club member or not but he was a long time member of the Classic Car Club Of America. Lou took these photographs in 1948. Whether they were all on the same used car lot or not, I'm not sure but on the back of one of the pictures of the Blue Cord with the '40 Ford Headlights (a not uncommon CORD modification for the times) was written the following; Neidlingers Brothers Garage, 71st and Stoney Island Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, August 1948, Price: $750.00. The picture of the CORD with the SUNROOF was of the most interest to me as I'm pretty positive that it is the 1937 Custom Beverly that my late father, long time AACA and ACD Club member Marlet "Speed" Davis rescued from destruction the next day in May of 1962 for the sum of $50.00 and I now own. This particular CORD was purchased new from the Merrill Madsen CORD Dealership in Minneapolis, Minnesota by Chicago Band Leader, Lou Breese (real name Luigi Calabrese) who lived in Minneapolis for 12 years. I would love to find more information on these photographs and especially would like to find some photographs of Lou Breese with the SUNROOF CORD or any other Photographs of this car that may exist.