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  1. To commemorate and revive the 1914 Electric Sociability Run in Washington DC, a group of modern EV drivers are scaling things up with a "country run" out to the panhandle of West Virginia, at Charles Town, June 6-8. Any and all antique EV's in the MD/DC/VA/WV/PA area are more than welcome! There will be plenty of charging. See the details and register at http://www.pluginrally.org/ Last year, we observed the 99th anniversary by retracing much of the original route that the original 54 electrics took from the Smithsonian Castle to Rock Creek Park: http://www.pluginrally.org/2013-electric-sociability-run/ Since modern EV's are speedier, we decided to make a run in about the same hour and 15 minutes it took them, and Charles Town beckoned.
  2. 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?
  3. I have purchased a very old electric car clock. It is for certain, the oldest electric clock I have seen, but I am no expert. I am hoping to learn more about it like where it was used, when did it go into production and what were the competing electric clocks at the time. What I know is that it was manufactured by the Keith-Landis Electric Company (Chicago, IL) sometime around 1920. It has an Ansonia (Brooklyn, NY) movement and is of the electro-mechanical type. i.e. it has a rather large solenoid that gives the clock a wind about every 45 seconds. It runs on 6V DC. What is interesting about the clock is that the movement is very delicate, almost pocket watch in size but the winding mechanism is built like a Sherman tank! There are two 1917 patent dates on the back of the clock. I did run across a magazine ad from 1922 that had an advertisement that the clock could be purchased for $35.00 and that it came with a guarantee as to keeping perfect time. This is in keeping with my understanding that many of the clocks from this era were aftermarket and you purchased one and put it in you car, typically in the dash, or wherever you wanted to put it. I have spent several hours surfing the internet in hopes of finding one but to no avail....not even a photo. I would appreciate hearing from anyone that has any clue as to the history of this clock. Thanks in advance... Rick Koenig Whitestown, In.
  4. Hello, I have an electric windshield wiper motor available. You can see pictures of it here http://store.sterlingclassicautoparts.com/1957-60-ford-fomoco-electric-wiper-motor-edsel-mercury-coaf-17a432-a-4-ra-12-v-e Please contact me if you are interested, Price is negotiable. matntysdad@gmail.com Thanks, Matt Sterling www.sterlingclassicautoparts.com
  5. 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.
  6. Year: 1922 Make: Detroit Electric Sedan Model: 90 Price: Best Offer (Serious offers only, please) Description: This AACA 1976 National First Place Winner has been restored to the original working condition Location: Ocean City, NJ Please contact Karson Langenfelder (karson.langenfelder@gmail.com)
  7. would like to find out what kind of car these lamps are from. They have beveled glass on front and side, are 12 inches in length and about five inches deep, they are electric and there are two of them, evidently one for each side of the vehicle. Help greatly appreciated.
  8. I paid a visit to Dave The Wave in northern Illinois. This is the result of that visit.