Cabnut

"Antique and Vintage Car Parts" Mostly prewar makes.

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I have been posting pictures of various car parts I have been sorting out from an old collection on a facebook page "Antique and Vintage Car Parts". I will be posting more in the future. Contact can be made via that page or at automotivewoodbodies@gmail.com if anyone is interested in anything posted. I do not know what is in the collection so I can't answer about anything other then what is already posted. I am pulling it out during my spare time. All parts are located in Oshawa, Canada. P.S. scroll down through responses for a few examples of parts available.

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A lot of guys don't do Facebook, post your parts here.

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Yup, I don't do facebook either, but I'm interested in seeing what you have.

Viv.

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I searched facebook for "Antique and Vintage Car Parts" and was not available.

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I checked on Facebook with search and it came up on top of the list. May be case sensitive. "Vintage and Antique Car Parts" worked for me. For non facebook users, sorry but I have too much to list on this forum. Also I noticed ads get buried pretty quickly here. I will add some select items from time to time to keep it at the top. If you have a friend on facebook get them to look it up. I will soon have a website and have a page on it for viewing my extra parts.

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Thanks Bob for adding the link. I checked it out and even non facebook users can check out the page. When the facebook popup shows just click "not now".

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Got a couple of more things to add today. Cleaning the garage. Here is pictured a different type of split rim tool. Looks like this will operate on 23' to 25" rims.

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Another example of the parts I am adding to the facebook page "Antique and Vintage Car Parts". This is an original complete Zenith Q4C carburetor for 1918 to 1920 Chevrolet "T" ton trucks. All the parts I have are 1920s and 1930s vintage. Still sorting.

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Do you have any 34-36 Auburn parts?

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No Auburn at this time. Last related part I had was a Cord Distributor for a L29. That was some time ago.

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Just as I said it I found five sets of I believe starting motor brushes for 1934-35 Auburn 6 and 8 cylinder. Box states also for the following Terreplane 1932-36, Hudson 1930-36, Hupmobile 1929-36, Indiana 1928-35, La Fayette 1934-36, Nash 1928-36, Studebaker 1933-35, Willys Overland 1932, Chrysler 1935-50, De Soto 1935-50, Dodge 1935-50, Packard 1935-50, Plymouth 1935-38 and again Studebaker 1936-42. These are German made believe it or not.

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Now about a 1920s Hupmobile rad shell with emblem? Super solid for age with little rust.

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Found an old probably 1932 or 1933 (date thanks to kind forum user) Stewart Car radio. Seems complete. For $95US plus shipping cost to destination.

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Radio looks like a 32 or 33. Neat unit, but not too much demand for them anymore.

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I have a set of aluminum hubcaps for early Hupmobile. I believe these are for wood wheels but not sure of years. Condition as pictured. I believe there are two fronts and two rears. Update: I have been advised by forum member Huptoy that these are for 1931 Wood wheels and indeed there are two fronts and two rears.

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1931 wood spoke wheels, 2 front & 2 rear.

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Another set of Hupmobile hubcaps. These are steel and must be teens or twenties. Maybe commercial if they made.

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Here is another single Hupmobile hubcap I have. This I believe is from the twenties. Maybe someone knows which years? The thread diameter looks to be about 2 1/2".

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So what is this hubcap for? Looks in almost new shape. Has a manufacturing flaw on the side where the aluminum was pulled thin. I was thinking Erskine but am really not sure. Similar to Buick but I am not convinced of that possibility.

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