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  1. I am looking for a part highlighted in the picture below. It is a linkage. It and one 33x4 tire is all i need to have a driving car.
  2. This is a very nice care with the rare flathead V8 engine. Price is $35,000 Photos are available upon request.
  4. I am interested in purchasing a set of 1924 Studebaker split rims if anyone has any extra ones lying around. I have attached photographs with measurements of the one rim that I do have. I would like to get a set of four if anyone has them and is willing to part with them. Thanks, John
  5. I found this picture of an early Dodge Brother's car a while back. Seems appropriate to put it out as Dodge approaches it's 100 year Anniversary. The writing on the back of the photo is simple. "The Dodge" and it is dated November 1918. Since the Dodge Brother's Founded their company in July of 1914 and started production in November of 1914 the range of years seems small. But I cannot tell for certain. I don't know if the White tires, simple radiator cap and no connecting bar between the headlights is any hint. Bumpers were usually an option I believe back then. Anybody know what year this is?
  6. WANTED: 1915-22 Ford Model T Roadster body, prefer restorable condition but will consider all, from rough to excellent. Please send email blacknewport65@hotmail.com or call 256-975-5546
  7. Hi folks, I'm new to this forum and as you can see from the title I have for sale, an original metal & wood luggage trunk, marked, "Steelwood", Watts-Moorehouse, Jackson, Mich. on the chrome latches. This is a recent barn find I picked up locally here in Virginia and appears to be in great original condition. It looks to have the original black paint, it has a straight back & front with a slanted lid and the nominal dimensions are 40" long x 13" wide x 19-1/2" tall. The chrome latches are original and contains the only markings on the trunk, however I do not have the locking key, they are in working condition. This is a heavy trunk and I would think shipping on it would be pricey, however it is available for local pickup, if anyone is interested, I am located in Williamsburg, Virginia - 23188. I have attempted to post pictures of the trunk, but am having a difficult time with the posting, so if you want to shoot me an email: va_longeye1948@hotmail.com, I can reply to you with the pictures. I only have a vague idea of the value of this trunk, but as with all things, condition is everything. I would say this trunk is in good to very good condition. I will not be checking this post or forum very often, so the best way to contact me is by email, va_longeye1948@hotmail.com. Thank you for your time and hope to hear from you soon. Ron
  8. Hey guys I've been reading through the forums since I stumbled across the site and have always found my answer until now, I need your help. I am trying to piece together an early dodge roadster and while I was scavenging through the not so local junk yard(I drove 2 hours one way) I came across these. Don't get mad that I had these torched off the frame because there wasn't much left. The only remains of this car were these leafs, the front section of the frame just past the cowl to the cross member with a partial serial number on it and the motor. The cowl and motor sitting on what was left of the frame were from a model A. I'm 95% positive it came off of a DB frame unless there is another company back then that had an identical frame. Part of the serial number was ground off so I couldn't read it but I'm guessing this is off of a very early touring, roadster or ??? around 1916, 1917 maybe. I have scoured the web trying to find info on these odd shocks but have not been able to come up with anything but just plain leaf springs with shackle mounts, so I turn to the pros. Any help would be appreciated. It looks like there is supposed to be a coil spring in the center opening from on side to the other but it's broke off. If anyone knows anything about them like what exactly did they come off of, did this come standard or aftermarket, how they work, are they functional or better without, length of the coil, etc. I would love to hear your input.
  9. so i got this windsheild from my dad as im building a model a pre war racer kind of car. problem is this wont do the thing for me on that car so is there anyone here that can ID an value it for me? i belive it to be a 1928 Pacard Senter windsheild.
  10. For sale is my fathers 1909 Model T touring. Asking price 38,600 (OBO) Photos can be found at: Pictures by Nhopton - Photobucket It is one of the early aluminum bodied models. From what I have been told everything is original, including the rear and front axles. The only two parts that are not original is the radiator( its from a 1912 model T I believe) and the intake manifold. I have the original manifold but it needs to be repaired as one of the bolt spots have been broken. The engine turns over and has spark but is currently not running. This car was restored in the 50's in Ohio and then moved to Florida in the late 80's to the sons of the restorers house after his father died. And then to California where my father owned it the last 17 years. First 38,600 dollars gets this beauty or best offer. Please ask with questions and I will answer to my best knowledge. Thanks for your time, Noah Hopton noahhopton@yahoo.com
  11. I have an old photo of what I believe is a Pierce Arrow touring car. I know it was sold out of the family in 1921, found the ad, so think it might be a 1920 or 1918. Can any one confirm the year and provide a more current photo of this model? I noted the headlight appears to have been mounted on the windshield? Anyways thanks in advance. David
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    1925 Stutz Touring

    Hello, I am looking for a picture/explanation of the folding seat assembly in a 7-passenger 1925 Stutz Touring or similar vehicle. If anyone has a picture, knows about it, or knows where to find any information, any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Stefan
  13. I've recently acquired a touring car body purported to be 1925 Dodge Brothers. From the dash and windshield stanchions I do think it's a Dodge Brothers body, but I'm not sure if the year is accurate. There's no frame so I can't get an ID number and other posts in this forum indicate any body number I might find would be useless in determining its age. One of the curious things I've noted is that the passenger side doors have only interior latching handles, while the driver side doors have only exterior handles. Also, three of the doors have a top rail (garnish molding?) with a boss and hole almost like a '30s-'50s door lock button. The stanchions were wired to the rear seat area and can be seen in that photo. I can supply more photos if needed, and I appreciate any help you might be able to provide. -Glenn Photos at http://l3d.cs.colorado.edu/~zathras/touring/touring.html
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