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  1. [b]*** CAR HAS BEEN SOLD *** For Sale: 1925 Dodge Brothers Touring car. This is a project car with an older partial restoration. The engine was tuned and was running nicely in 1987 and again in 2007 but has not run since then. I inherited this car from my father who bought it out of a junk yard in 1975. I planned to finish it but finally realize it requires more time than I have available. As far as I know it is a complete car; if there are any missing parts they are minor ones. Please see the photos for details; they do not show all of the parts but hopefully give you an idea of the car’s condition. There are many new parts (door handles, hub caps, step plates, front and rear floor boards, horn motor, running boards, battery box, window glass, and instrument gauge faces), some of which were bought from Romar and some of which were made by my father. Also included are many extra parts: one front and one rear leaf spring, one starter/generator, one radiator and shell, one engine hood, one front door, one speedometer, three original hub caps, about 10 extra wheel nuts, the original front window glass, a gas tank, a transmission shifter assembly and a few other random parts. There is also a hardcover Dodge Brothers Master Parts List reprint from 1927 that has several photos to help identify parts. Major things left to be done on the car include: restore upholstery and top, paint and attach front fenders, paint and assemble doors, re-paint body and dashboard, restore engine hood, re-plate wheel nuts, re-paint and attach gas tank, paint and assemble spare wheel. $2700 for everything. Car is located in a NW suburb of Minneapolis, MN. Post questions to this ad or call my cell: 763-568-8836. Additional photos available. </SPAN>
  2. Hi all! I am looking for any and all information relating to the Washington car built by the Carter Motor Car Co. in Hyattsville, MD from 1909 - 1912. As far as I am aware, there is only one left in existence, a 1909 Model A1 30hp Touring car. It is this car I am focusing my senior thesis on. I am a senior Historic Automotive Restoration Technology major at McPherson College. Below is an outline of what I have uncovered and what I would still like to find more information on: 1. I plan on establishing the history of the Washington car. I have tracked down the book written about Maryland automobile manufactures and a few articles that appeared in the journals and periodicals of the period. Does anybody out there have further information regarding the make? I read through the other thread on this forum but would like to rehash the question to see what else might be lurking in the shadows. http://forums.aaca.org/f169/washington-car-173618.html Does anybody have any period photographs? I have been checking ebay and shorpy but haven't came up with much. How many Washington's were built? Who were their customers? Any accounts of the Washington factory? What is the exact location of the factory and is the building still there? 2. I am tracking down events Washington cars competed in. I have found evidence of 3 Washington's competing in the 1909 Frank A. Munsey Reliability Run as well as in the 1910 running of this event. Again, period photos are huge as well as records of the cars that were involved, accounts, etc. I am attempting to connect the remaining Washington to this event. Additionally, in 1913 a Women's suffrage motorcade left Hyattsville, MD, the Washington's home. I would be very interested to discover if a Washington was involved in this event. 3. Establish a record of ownership. Most of the following information was found in RM's Catalogue from the cars sale in 2012 and 2004. The Model A1 that I am focusing on was purchased in 1936 by Francis George DuPont and owned until 1980 by the DuPont family. George's father was the creator of the DuPont motor cars. The Washington was first? restored in the 1950s by George. Who owned the car from 1909 to 1936? Are there any records of DuPont with the Washington? Are there any photos from this period? Are there any records of the restoration? It seems the car was then purchased by Robert Sahl in 1980 who toured with the car until having it restored in the early 1990s by, I believe, Dragone restorations. There are accounts of the car under Sahl's ownership in the Horseless Carriage Club's magazine but they are mostly captions to photos. If someone knows of an article that appeared on the car I would love to see it! The index on their web site only seemed to point to the captions that I found and a couple of photos. Any records of the car under Sahl's ownership? Any photos from touring events Sahl entered? Any photos from shows the Washington attended? It was at Connecticut’s Greenwich Concours d’Elegance in 1997. Does anybody have photos from this event? The Washington was offered at the 2004 Amelia Island RM auction. I am unsure if the owner who sold it here was Sahl or someone else. http://www.rmauctions.com/lots/lot.cfm?lot_id=16520 In 2004 it was purchased by John O'Quinn and made its way into Bill Ruger's collection sometime after that. In 2012 it was sold at the St. John's RM auction to its current owner. 1909 Washington 30HP Five-Passenger Touring | St. John's 2012 | RM AUCTIONS Any help filling in the gaps would be fantastic! 4. Any other relevant photos, documents, or information! Best Regards, Casey Maxon
  3. Does anyone know where I can get a correct windshield wiper motor for a 1926AA touring car. The frame is 1/2 inches thick. The outer mounting holes on the frame are 2.86 inches apart center to center. Thanks. Steve
  4. For ffice:smarttags" /><?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com</st1:City><ST1:place w:st="on">Sale</ST1:place>! Don’t separate the twins!! $7,900 takes both! 1923 Studebaker roadster (light 6 I am told) and 1923 Dodge Brothers Touring Car. ffice:office" /><O:p></O:p> The Dodge is in good shape and was in running condition when previous owner passed away 5 years ago.. It is complete with 5 new Firestone tires( 5.25X21), A new Northeast Electric Co. starter/generator, mileage odometer shows 25,926 miles. The top is complete, but needs new fabric. Rust is very little. Should be an easy project for rehab. 4 cyl. Motor block numbers include 19-233 and 5722. The Studebaker roadster was reported to be a light 6 , and the seized motor was replaced with a big or special 6. Numbers include serial # 1071428 , Mileage 14,544. Head 6 cyl.#120445-5, exhaust manifold#120459, Rt. side of block#31824 and 120-442-5, distributor is Remy 826A. The wheels are 12 spoke and in good condition . The tires are 33x4.5 rear and 32x4 on the front . It needs a generator, radiator cap, seat and to be put back together. I have hinges for the passenger door and the drivers door is hinged and in good shape. The rear fenders need welded up, and dents removed. It is a rolling chassis, with flat tires. I have a good Ohio title. I have sandblasted the doors and the rt. front fender, but am focusing on several other hotrod projects ( 1952 Ford COE) and 1929 Ford Model A Roadster, and they provide more attention than my 76 yr. old body can take! <O:p></O:p> These vehicles have great potential and my price is firm! I have more pictures and will answer all questions that I am capable of. Rod <st1:City w:st="on"><ST1:place w:st="on">Griffin</ST1:place></st1:City> 740-698-0435
  5. 1911 E-M-F Standard Touring For Sale This EMF has been on Brass in Bucks and Brass in Berks tours and runs well. It’s a nice comfortable 30 hp touring car. It was featured in the January 2010 edition of Auto Restorer magazine. Click on the link below to see the issue: Auto Restorer - January 2010 - Volume 22 - Number 1 New timing gears (Floyd Jaehnert) Rebuilt water pump (new shaft and bushings) New leather cone clutch (Bob Knaak) Distributor ignition (for reliability) Original magneto included Good brakes (for the era) Tires are like new Nice brass 1911 EMF made two types of touring cars, the “fore door” that had front doors, and the “standard” which had no front doors, similar to the 1910 touring. Located in Pennsylvania, just north of Bethlehem and Allentown. 85 miles east of Hershey. Come see it in person and we’ll go for a ride. Click on this link for 53 more pictures: 1911 EMF pictures by nrimbxw - Photobucket Click on these links for some movies of the car: Price $39,500 Brad Wallace Bradwallace2000@yahoo.com 610-837-1388 Bath, PA
  6. I have 2 Stars. 1 is a 1925 touring with pink slip. It has a rebuilt chassis and engine. Body needs work, no upholstery. Has new steering wheel, solid wheels, top bows, motor meter. The other is I believe is a 1927 Roadster (or part of it). Wooden spoke wheels, and chassis with non-running engine. Besides these 2 vehicles, I have lots of extra parts including an engine, wind wings, tires, rims, windshield, spot lights (or fog lights) and lots of other miscellaneous parts. They have been under cover for a long time in the Santa Barbara area and now it is time for someone to put them to good use. I will take $5.000. or best offer for everything. I know Model A's but not a thing about Stars. Perhaps trade for a Model A? I can be reached at (805) 968-6887 or by e-mail glenannieranch@yahoo.com Thanks for you interest, Fred
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