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  1. Greetings, I am primarily a hot rodder, but I found this and other brass era carburetors and parts in a lot I purchased recently. I like to see things like this make their way to people who are enthusiastic about them, so I have created an account here on AACA to do so. What I have appears to be a complete Schebler Model O Carburetor. As far as I have been able to tell, these were used on 1913 Buick model 30 and 31 Roadsters and Touring cars. It may have also been used earlier. I have seen some indications they were used on models 24 & 25 with the model 165 4cyl. engine as well. EDIT: my asking price is $175.00 Or Best Offer. http://www.ebay.com/itm/261822335074
  2. Hello. I was wondering if anyone could identify what year and model of automobile this headlamp is for (if any). From what I gather, Corcoran began producing automobile headlamps in 1905. This is similar to one that I've seen identified for Buicks, but this one is longer. I don't believe the Ford Model T used Corcoran lamps until 1914, at which time they were steel with brass trim. Overall length is 8 1/4 inches, outside diameter of the door is 7 1/2 inches, and fork width center to center is approximately 7 1/8 inches. Thank you!
  3. Hello I started a new project, a 1934 dodge sedan, not sure the type since it is partially restored, and I haven't located the door plate with details. I have been reading these forums and getting familiar with the car. I have a couple pictures in my new gallery. One thing I am curious about so far is the hood corners. I see that leather or rubber ones are common, but the ones on my hood are brass, with brass rivets. Would these be original? The good handle was fastened to the hood with what appear to be steel and brass rivets. What is a good source for replacement rivets? I removed the handle to work on the hood and drilled out the rivet. thanks for any advice. John
  4. I came across an early front axle and wheels for a woods motor vehicle made in chicago. is there anyone out there that may need this axle/wheels/hubs etc for a project or parts?
  5. Greetings, The emblem pictured below is currently listed for sale on ebay right now. Here is the link. http://www.ebay.com/itm/171257425250?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  6. WANTED: 1915-22 Ford Model T Roadster body, prefer restorable condition but will consider all, from rough to excellent. Please send email blacknewport65@hotmail.com or call 256-975-5546
  7. WANTED: 1915-22 Ford Model T Roadster body. Restorable condition preferred but will consider all presented, from rough to excellent condition. Please email blacknewport65@hotmail.com or call 256-975-5546
  8. I need help identifying what kind of horn this is and how to power it. It only has a Patent No. and no other markings or labels. I have been searching the internet and cannot find any other horns like it. I am curious of what kind of vehicle it would have been on. Any kind of info is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  9. Looking for a brass spare tire side mount for 4.5-5" tires. Would prefer a double mount but would consider a single mount. Thanks
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    Help with old brass lights

    I purchased a lot of car parts and these lights were found in a box. Can anyone help me Identify them? Someone at hershey told they were for an underslung but i can't find any picture to identify them.
  11. HELLO GROUP; I HAVE A PAIR OF GUETTIER ( PARIS ) ACETYLENE HEADLAMPS ON THE SHELF AND WONDER IF ANYONE WOULD KNOW WHAT THESE MAY FIT. THEY ARE ABOUT 8 3/4 INCH IN DIAMETER. http://i962.photobucket.com/albums/ae108/tjlink1/100_4393.jpg http://i962.photobucket.com/albums/ae108/tjlink1/100_4387.jpg http://i962.photobucket.com/albums/ae108/tjlink1/100_4412.jpg Thanks; TJ
  12. Hi, need to buy new radiator for 1971 Riviera w/AC. I don't want any plastic / alu applications. New brass that looks stock is what i want. Any suggestions regarding supplier ? Thank you
  13. I have one head lamp for a 1914 Hudson Open Touring Model 6-40, A Picture review of the Hudson from 1909 to 1949 , that is a CM HALL MOD 199. Make an Offer, I'm in Newburgh, NY (approx. 60 miles north of NYC)
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