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  1. Can anyone identify this tool or clamping bracket? It has a "White" logo. Maybe the truck or old steam car? Any ideas?
  2. I have a questions regarding single and double white wall tires. I have to make a decisions whether my 35 Auburn should have single or double white wall tires. What year where single white walls invented? Peter
  3. My 1902 White steamer has a single band brake on the chain-drive differential and uses a cast bronze drum. I need advice on what type of lining to use. When I bought the car it had a woven lining of unknown material (asbestos?) but this had hardly any stopping power. I replaced it with a Scan-Pac 242-OR molded lining (same as McMaster's "high friction" lining). This material ate-up the soft bronze drum badly in just a couple hundred miles and the car still didn't stop well. There is conjecture that the original lining was leather, but the expert in such things, Bob Knaak, says leather won't withstand the heat generated in brakes...great for clutches but not for brakes. One person suggested using a woven Kevlar lining like that used with some success in Model-T transmission bands. Chopped Kevlar is, I believe, the replacement for asbestos in modern molded linings but woven Kevlar does not appear to be used, at least as far as I can tell. Any suggestions along with a discussion of what works for you would be much appreciated!
  4. My '64 Riv should be arriving tomorrow or the next day, depending on the weather. Obligatory pics will be posted, of course. All of the snow should be melted by Sunday. I'll do more details later when she's here but the main detail is the car isn't numbers-matching and has some non-stock things going on. So, I'm thinking about putting some stripes on it, something to accentuate the lines of the hood, skipping the roof and continuing on the trunk area. I can't find a pic of a '63 - '65 Riv with anything like this. Maybe, because it looks horrible? Dunno. If anyone has a pic of a first 3-year Riv with racing stripes, I'd like to see it. I was thinking along the lines of the 1969 Camaro Pace Car, mostly because I'm looking at orange for the stripes and I've always liked the way that white and orange looked. She's currently white. Thanks, -BEPNewt
  5. 1922 Model 15 White 3/4 Ton Truck. Located in Mackinaw City, Michigan. I don't know a whole lot about this vehicle, but I have this information from a letter in 1959 regarding this vehicle from The White Motor Company. "The model 15 was built up of units throughout which were of White design and White build and the vehicle is equipped with ball bearings at practically all points where the use of an 'anti-friction' bearing is indicated. Ordinarily the model 15 was powered with a GK White engine equipped with a model TBC White transmission and a GBBE White rear axle. The engine is a 3-3/4 bore, 5-1/8 stroke, four cylinder job and develops around 30 horsepower. The crankshaft main bearings are large ball bearings. The transmission is a four-speed overdrive in fourth underneath with straight spur gearing throughout. The rear axle is single reduction running on ball bearings and ordinarily was supplied in a gear ratio of around 5.33 to 1." -White Motor Company, July 22, 1958- I have the original manual in between sheet protectors and secured. Some pages are torn but most of the original manual is there. Would need a trailer to pick up as the max speed I believe on this vehicle is 17MPH and shouldn't be driven to preserve the condition. If you have any additional questions or information on this vehicle, please feel free to contact me. I am currently asking $50,000.00 or best offer. Thanks!!! PLEASE EMAIL FOR THE PICTURES AS I AM UNSURE HOW TO POST ON HERE.
  6. 1922 Model 15 White 3/4 Ton Truck. Located in Mackinaw City, Michigan. I don't know a whole lot about this vehicle, but I have this information from a letter in 1959 regarding this vehicle from The White Motor Company. "The model 15 was built up of units throughout which were of White design and White build and the vehicle is equipped with ball bearings at practically all points where the use of an 'anti-friction' bearing is indicated. Ordinarily the model 15 was powered with a GK White engine equipped with a model TBC White transmission and a GBBE White rear axle. The engine is a 3-3/4 bore, 5-1/8 stroke, four cylinder job and develops around 30 horsepower. The crankshaft main bearings are large ball bearings. The transmission is a four-speed overdrive in fourth underneath with straight spur gearing throughout. The rear axle is single reduction running on ball bearings and ordinarily was supplied in a gear ratio of around 5.33 to 1." -White Motor Company, July 22, 1958- I have the original manual in between sheet protectors and secured. Some pages are torn but most of the original manual is there. Would need a trailer to pick up as the max speed I believe on this vehicle is 17MPH and shouldn't be driven to preserve the condition. If you have any additional questions or information on this vehicle, please feel free to contact me. I am currently asking $50,000.00 or best offer. Thanks!!!