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A huge selection of vintage Autolite spark plugs

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Below is a list of vintage Autolite spark plugs the first column is the spark plug number the second column is the approximate number I have of that type.  the list is in alphabetical order or rising number.

14 mm plugs are $5.00 each

10 & 18 mm plugs are $8.00 each

7/8 inch spark plugs are $10.00 each

all in US funds

freight is extra

purchases over 100 plugs will get a discount to be discussed.

AUTOLITE    
104 16  
106 8  
605 5  
724 9  
725 8  
726 3  
727 6  
744 48  
784 23  
2543 4  
2932 18  
3246 120  
3264 30  
3265 12  
3267 34  
3286 12  
3325 15  
3364 14  
3383 22  
3384 18  
3464 6  
3465 33  
3485 76  
3545 28  
3547 48  
3627 80  
3647 41  
3885 20  
3895 19  
3924 24  
3986 21  
4025 36  
45 5  
46 17  
5125 4  
66 8  
745 15  
746 9  
747 27  
764 3  
765 5  
766 2  
85 4  
4GS150 3  
4GS175 6  
4GS200 17  
4S140 22  
4S165 22  
4S250 29  
A11 40  
A11X 35  
A23 18  
A3  20  
A32  25  
A32B 20  
A3X 9  
A42 38  
A5 76  
A5/AN5 16  
A52 82  
A52B 10  
A5X 8  
A7X 15  
A82B 15  
A9 20  
A9X 15  
AE10 17  
AE3 23  
AE42 10  
AE4B 19  
AE6 47  
AF32 50  
AF4 14  
AF42 10  
AF52 81  
AG12 5  
AG2 41  
AG22 27  
AG3  45  
AG32A 21  
AG3B 12  
AG4  27  
AG42 66  
AG5  18  
AG52 16  
AG7 21  
AGR21 38  
AGR31 25  
AGR32 4  
AGR41 62  
AGR42 29  
AGR51 46  
AGR52 13  
AGR82 22  
AGRF32B 10  
AGRF52 19  
AGRF52  28 MOTORCRAFT
AGRF52B 10  
AH4 18  
AH8 10  
AL5 32  
AL7 40  
AL7X 2  
AR32 20  
AR41 6  
AR42 10  
AR52 60  
AR80 95  
AR82 170  
AR826 30  
AR82B 9  
ARF22  3  
ARF22B 7  
ARF32 14  
ARF42 26  
ARF52  33  
ARF526B 10  
ARF62B 6  
ARF8 39  
ARF86 10  
ARF88 52  
ARF8B 10  
ARL52 15  
ARL8  22  
ARL82 11  
ASF34 10 MOTORCRAFT
ASF42 14  
AWRF325 10  
B11 56  
B3  11  
B3W 4  
B5 10  
B7 38  
B9 20  
BF09 7  
BF32 5  
BF42  37  
BF42B 50  
BF7 10  
BF82 72  
BF92B 20  
BR31  20  
BR314B 20  
BR8 9  
BRF31 5  
BRF32 11  
BRF42 25  
BRF6 8  
BRF8  4  
BRF82 146  
BRF82B 18  
BSF42 5  
BSF44C 4  
BSF82 12  
BSF92 15  
BT4 11  
BT6  16  
BTF3  33  
BTF31 42  
BTF31B 22  
BTF42 30  
BTF42B 35  
BTF6 9  
BTRF42 17  
BYSF314 8  
J12 35  
L4G 4  
MISC 226  
MISC 28 MOTORCRAFT
N4  5  
N4G 10  
P4 20  
P6 87  
PR4 10  
PR6 25  
T5 24  
TH4 24  
TH8 7  
TT10 6  
TT15 9  
TT4 66  
UJ4J 5  
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I have all these in crates so it takes a while for me yo sort though them and if I only have a few sometimes I can miss them so please have patience

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11 hours ago, Steves Buick said:

Hi Dodge 34, 

My 1932 buick manual specifies AC J12, do you have any or an equivilent? 

thanks Steve

Hi Steve

AC j12 and AC GG were the 1932 oem for your 32 Buick.... They are  very hard to find new with those numbers. During WWII AC changed their numbering system  and the new AC number became  AC86. They are hard enough to find but they are out there. I do have a supply of the AC 86 plug. I charge $8.00 for my 18mm plugs plus shipping. How many are you looking for?  They are in boxes and it may take a couple of days to track them down.

Let me know.

Don Roubos

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Thanks Don,

Sorry for the late reply,  a friend of mine brought over a box of AC 86 plugs on loan for me to try them, UFFTA not sure what happened but initially the car barely ran, it did smooth out after a few minutes, so not sure whats up with his plugs or the 86 series. I reinstalled the Champion plugs and it ran fine.  I'm retiming the car and will determine whats going on with the AC plugs. Are your plugs any different than what Napa offers? 

Thanks Don.

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34 minutes ago, Steves Buick said:

Thanks Don,

Sorry for the late reply,  a friend of mine brought over a box of AC 86 plugs on loan for me to try them, UFFTA not sure what happened but initially the car barely ran, it did smooth out after a few minutes, so not sure whats up with his plugs or the 86 series. I reinstalled the Champion plugs and it ran fine.  I'm retiming the car and will determine whats going on with the AC plugs. Are your plugs any different than what Napa offers? 

Thanks Don.

There is nothing like a 500 mile trip to make a car run better....

with regard to the new plugs they make a couple of sizes to cover all the sizes and heat ranges that were made in the day... I know a lot of the guys don`t like the new plugs ompared to the old plugs. I have not heard any complaints on the NOS plugs to date. I use NOS plugs in my 34 dodge, my other car is a long way from running but looking for plugs for that car is how I got into the spark plug  business.. FYI my other car is a 1919 McLaughlin

Let me know if you  decide you want my AC 86 plugs

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Hi Don,

 

Sorry for the delay in responding, Vacation etc... I would like 10 of your AC 86 plugs,  if you have them , I'll get a check in the mail as soon as you confirm that you have them.. 

Again sorry for the late response..

Cheers,

Steve

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Hi Steve

I will dig them out and get a picture to you. 

If you could send me you zip code I can get a postage cost as well.

 

Thanks

Don

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On 10/21/2019 at 10:24 PM, Steves Buick said:

Thanks  Don,

Zip 98236,,

Steve

Hi Steve

I will dig them out and get a picture to you. 

If you could send me you zip code I can get a postage cost as well.

 

Thanks

Don

 

I found 3 86 com plugs and 3 86 plugs. the 3 86 are all from different manufacturing dates. sorry I don`t even have a complete set for you.

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Thanks ,

Sorry just saw this after I sent the previous email!! Do you know the difference from the 86 and the 86 com plugs?

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The 86  and the 86 com are the same heat range , the 86 com is a bigger diameter and longer body than the 86

I have lots of 84 plugs if you are interested in a cooler plug. I have some hotter plugs as well but this is all I have in the 86 range

 

Don

 

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