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From: Oldeekar@aol.com <BR>To: peterg@aaca.org <BR>Date: 01/08/02 16:28:24 <BR>Subject: What Grill is this <P><BR>This grill came with a car that I picked up and I dont know what it is it is marked Multitube "loyal" 204 Rue St Paris it is made of brass or copper and has no hole for the fill thank you for your help oldeekar William Weiss <P> loyalgrill.jpg

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What appears to be a crank hole at the bottom throws me. Other than that, it looks like a 1904 Gardner-Serpollet Steamer.

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That was my guess also. I found photos of a 1904 Gardner Serpollet and the front fenders do look like that but mine is a wagonnette with a massive brass windshield this car was repowered with a 1914 model t drive train thank you for your comeback Bill

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It seems to me to be a Gardner-Serpollet 1906<BR>CONDENSER; that is the reason why there is no tube to fill it. There should be a steam inlet at the top, with a pressure relief valve in case of over heating and a water outlet at the bottom, going to a pump feeding the water tank

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Peter and Joris - Don't you think it might be a good idea to have a link with the PreWarCar site. It certainly has been interesting for a number of our members and this web master has really been active on our DF, a real DFer. grin.gif" border="0<p>[ 02-11-2002: Message edited by: ronbarn ]

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