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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
  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 Maryla
  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 n
  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, th
  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 t
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