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Vintagecarguy

Driving a 1931 Buick Series 80 sedan

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Years ago some cars/trucks had a jack shaft that could hold a pulley to drive a large flat belt ,, called HAMMER MILL which drove certain pieces of equipment.

Maybe you are to young to recall.

Thats all,

DAle in Indy

Say, A Hammermill is a piece of equipment used to grind corn or grains. Looky here for more.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammermill

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Well thanks to all who answered my questions. Today we went back to try and negotiate a price. The car ran smooth and stopped very well. Unfortunately, something didn't sound right in the engine:(. So, we passed on the car.

Does anyone know of anyone who's wants to sell their 1931 to 1948 Buick?

Thanks again to everyone for all the help.

Vintagecarguy.

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John,

Yes, you can prop open the shudders; but it is really cool to watch them work as the engine warms up....

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