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  1. Wico Model X magneto for four cylinder truck (or car) – possibly for a White truck. Mag is in great condition – it still has the rebuild tags attached. Asking $220 or best offer plus shipping from zip code 92223. Please email me at tstellhorn@esri.com.<O:p</O:p <O:p</O:p Thanks.<O:p</O:p Todd<O:p</O:p
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    Maxwell Mysteries

    I know most of this post would fit best in the Maxwell subforum, but I thought some of the questions are general enough that they would be best served here. I'm in the process of restoring a 1910 Maxwell Q3 and am getting very close to the point of starting it, but there are still a few mysteries surrounding the car that I need some help figuring out. I'll put them here in bullet format, and anyone that can help with any of them would be greatly appreciated! - What color spark plug wires should I use? The engine will be black, so what was a good, period color for the cloth-wrapped wires? - Should I use these same wires to go between the Splitdorf mag and the coil? - Where can I get a coil switch? I know a Splitdorf one will be extremely hard to come by, so what would be a good replacement for the time being? It doesn't need to be a box, just a dash-mounted switch. - What would be the best coil and battery to get? The system is a 6V, I've been told, so supposedly it's adequate to get a basic battery and modern coil - but what are some good, cheap options? - Where can I get the seats made for the car? Currently I have a lower body (or will have one, anyway), but I don't have a front or rear seat. Is there a place that can make one (it doesn't have to be perfect as a Maxwell, since those are tough to find)? Any recommendations there would be helpful. I won't overload the boards, so that's all for now. Thanks! ---Greg
  3. My dad recently passed away and left some car parts. I have a magneto, which someone told me goes to Model T. I would like to confirm the identity of the magneto so I can rehome it to a person who will use it for their restoration project. But first, I need figure out what it goes to. I attempted to upload some photos, but they would not upload onto this site. If anyone has knowledge of old magnetos, please send me an email and I will reply with pictures. Mike mdjsaunders@yahoo.com (619) 992-5872
  4. I'm looking for a 1930-35 vintage Bendix Scintilla model VAG8-D3 magneto or very similar for a replica of a Studebaker Indy car. See picture below. Gary Ash Dartmouth, MA
  5. 3 Magnetos, Bosch DR8, K-W Model T,This IS a model t ,,NOT FOR a model T ,,,and a French S.E.V. 4cyl,,all are right hand rotation,[CW],, Email for more details, cbenson1906@yahoo.com
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