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1930 Series 40 Ignition Switch Knob


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Being pot metal, and any replacement will be equally brittle, I suggest you take the parts to a machine shop and have them fabricate a replacement from aluminium block.  Might be expensive, but worth it.  I have several similar parts in my '32.

 

John

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4 hours ago, tomsupon1 said:

Anyone have or know where I could purchase the lever

 

 

I believe I have a 34 switch here, still on the column bracket.  The lever looks the same.   I'd need a clearer pic of the back of yours where the large mounting hole is.

 

I will try to locate it today.  If I find it, I will take a picture and measure it.

 

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53 minutes ago, michaelod said:

I purchased one in stainless steel from Bob's Automobilia several years ago.  Don't know if he still has any in stock, but it might be worth looking into.

 

EDIT:  I just checked and he still shows them in his catalog.

 

5 minutes ago, F&J said:

 

That is good news, because I found my column bracket, but the lever is missing,

 

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I checked Bob's web site and posted a link earlier today. Then I noticed it is marked "Sold Out", so i deleted my post. It certainly wouldn't hurt to give Bob a call.

 

EDIT: I was looking at the wrong item. Try this: 

http://bobsautomobilia.com/dash-and-steering-control-items/ignition-switch-lever-1929-31-all-see-listing.-sl-295/

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