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  1. This project car was started by my late father in the early 1950's. Ten complete restorations of various cars intervened and the Maxwell never got finished. He was an experimental test engineer for GM for 45 years and a member of the AACA for nearly 50 years. The car is powered by a 10 horse 1 cylinder Wisconsin engine (pull start) married to a shortened '48 Crosley frame and running gear. It has 3 speed trans with 4 wheel mechanical shoe brakes. Complete with right hand steering!! Throttle and spark controlled at hand made steering wheel. This vehicle exhibits incredible craftsmanship at every level, from the hand made riveted hood to steam bent seat back to mahogany and brass fitted two piece windshield. Much of the engineering has been completed, but it still needs a top, spoke wheels, and the fenders to be finished. Front fenders are started and back fender wood patterns have been made and are included. The overall size is approximately 90 inches; the wheel base is approximately 60 inches, and the width from running board to running board is approximately 44 inches. $3500 or reasonable offer. The car is located near Chicago, Illinois. More pictures can be seen at http://hogansgoat.shutterfly.com/pictures#n_5 If you have any questions or need additional information, please email me at kasubi@prodigy.net
  2. I am looking for a distributor or a distributor shaft for a 1922 Maxwell. Would be interested in other parts for the Maxwell too. Can't find too much for it at auto zone. Jack Gerbl 909-214-5395
  3. I have for sale an absolutely perfect set of cloissone cuff-links with the engraving "Maxwell Motor Corp" and "Universal Safety", with a cross in the middle. They are marked Robbins Co. Attleboro, Mass. Additonally, I have a fob for a keychain marked "Universal Safety" and the cross in the middle. On the other side it is enscribed with "If keys are found, return to 731" and "Owners Reg. No.". Underneath is "Nat'l. Safety Council Chicago, ILL. and "Whitehead Hoag" Obviously, these would be dated somewhere around 1915-25. The cuff-links are extremely rare and as close to perfect as they can get. The fob is worn on the cross, with a couple of spots worn off on the cross, but it is very presentable. I see junk being passed off as jewelry at the local jewlery counter for $500 t0 $1000, so I think that $750 is very fair price on these. I hate to sell these, but before I misplace them and wonder where they ever went, with Christmas here, it seems like a good time to offer them to someone who would appreciate them. Would also be interested in knowing if any of you have seen or own these. Feel free to drop me a pm with info. Thanks.
  4. 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
  5. these are in overall good condition with jewels and glass intact. Fuel tanks appear to be missing. Marc 508-446-0539
  6. FYI, We have listed a rough mostly complete circa '16-'23 Maxwell engine, chassis, and running gear, complete with magneto, brass carb, and starter/generator for auction on eBay 3/14-3/20. Hope to see it go to an appropriate home. Might deliver to Chickasha.
  7. FYI-- we have listed a rough, mostly complete Maxwell 4 cylinder engine, chassis and drive train, circa 1916-20, unrestored but assembled, for auction on eBay from March 14 to 20, 2013. Includes magneto, brass carb, starter generator, engine, trans, rear, steering, front end, and some sheet metal. No radiator, wrong wheels. Might deliver to Chickasha. Hoping it will go to someone who will use it appropriately.
  8. Approximately 25 years ago, I had a dark green 1911 Maxwell four cylinder Touring car. I sold it when I lived in Clinton Massachusetts, and I thought that the buyer was also from Massachusetts. It was a four cylinder model with no front doors (open) and no windscreen which was an option on these early cars. It had all of the brass lanterns, and I would love to know whether it is still around. Does anyone on this list have any knowledge of the whereabouts of this nice original early Maxwell? Where is it today. Please respond to me at chasgould@mac.com Thank you, Charles Gould (617) 965-4848
  9. I am a NOOB. I'm doing some research for my mom. She has heard that there is a machine shop near/in Philadelphia, PA that makes parts for Maxwells. I've tried the old Google but am not getting good results. I'm wondering if someone here knows the shop name/location. Reputation? Thank you. I will sit back, be quiet, and try to learn. MJB
  10. This was my wife's grandfather's project and he became ill and passed before it got completed. It has been sitting on blocks in a somewhat dilapidated workshop for about 10 years. I've checked on it a couple times a year and and it's in pretty good shape but needs some work. I've rebuilt old tractors but I've never restored one to parade quality...and that's where my wife expects me to take this. Her grandmother doesn't know many details so if anyone can help me figure out where to start I'd appreciate it. I don't know the year or model so where can I find that info? I have no problem rooting out old parts, manuals, etc so if there are places you recommend to look (and places I don't want to look) please feel free to share. It's a really cool car and a fun project. I have the space and the tools and the time so I'm kinda looking forward to it. Thanks in advance for any help!
  11. I'm looking to Purchase any info on the 1921 Maxwell 4dr Convertible: Manuals, Photos, Tools, Wheel hubs, Ownership, Headlights, ETC. Contact Bill bytheyardca@gmail.com
  12. Hello, I am new to this Forum. I am a automotive diagnostic technician with 45+ years of knowledge and automotive experience. I have a friend that has a 1928 Chrysler Model 52 with a 4 ctlinder engine in it that he is rebuilding. I need information, specifications, service manuals, CD's and pictures (if avaiable) on the 4 cylinder engine with a Vacuum Controlled/Oil & Fuel Pump. My research shows that it is a Maxwell / Chrysler / Plymouth 4-cylinder engine. Any and all information would be greatly appreciated. I just LOVE this site. Thanking any and all of you in advance. Sincerely, Dale Amarillo, Texas<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
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