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Rarely these days do you run across excellent service. To do so is so surprising that I think it warrants recognition. I recently inquired on this forum regarding sourcing upper cone bearings and cups for my 1924 Lincoln Model L with a Timken front axle. A forum member was kind enough to direct me to OlCar Bearing Company, and instructed me to ask for "George". I called George and he told me that he was on the road, but would get back to me the following Sunday or Monday. George did the following: Returned his call as promised on the following Monday. Had a clear and immediate understanding of what I was looking for. Sourced the parts and shipped them to me within the same week. I wish every parts/service transaction went as smoothly. I would recommend Mr. George Bachleda as a knowledgeable and efficient vendor. A satisfied customer, Ian Evans 1924 Lincoln 134 Model L
For sale: Dec 1972 Chicago Rawhide Speedi-Sleeves and Seals Catalog #457041, for light truck, heavy truck, off-the-road & construction eqpmt, standard 81/2x11, 244 pgs, 5 hole punched, will fit std 3-ring binder. Price $5 plus mailing. Info/pix?? Bud Tierney firstname.lastname@example.org (noncompos)
Has anybody had the front door window seals duplicated for the 1933 Packard sedans? This year's front windows were a one year only barn door style. My rubber has gotten very hard and cracked, I want to replace them as well as the rear quarter window seals. I have a company that can reproduce them for me but it will not be inexpensive. I was hoping someone may have or know someone that already has gone to the trouble of making these window seals. If not, would anyone be interested in buyer them if I went ahead and had them reproduced? Your input is greatly welcome. Bob Henry