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I'm looking for a reproduction or original inclinometer suitable for a brass era car. They showed the angle of hill one was climbing. I recall seeing one at Hershey years ago. It will be installed on my 1912 KisselKar, which is a great hill-climber...I haven't found a hill yet that can defeat it!

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Hi Doc<P>I have a nicely restored radiator badge, but know of another car that could use one, and will pass on the info.<P>My car originated about 75 miles NW of Edmonton, Canada. It had been converted to a tractor in the 20's, and last run in the late 40's. We have restored it as a re-creation of Edmonton Fire Chief Tommy Lauder's 1912 Kisselkar 4-50 fire chief's car, indentical except the serial number.<P>And I still would like an inclinometer if someone can help!<P>Chris chrisjbamford@hotmail.com<P>------------------<BR>

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I have an excellent original 1912 Kissel radiator badge and some related literature if interested, What is the origin of your 1912???

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