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I have a set of new/unused "high speed" gears for a series 80 Pierce as well as some other parts - cowl, doors, etc for a '26 / '27

 

folding jump seats from a teens or early 20s large touring

 

Please email if interested. Thanks 

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The high speed gears are from ORF Corp. 

They were custom cut in 2002 and are still in the ups box, wrapped in August 2002 Chicago tribune newspapers. 3.91 is the ratio (or 3.92 if you like to round up)

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Thanks Mike- I'd like 1400 for the Phil Bray 3.91 gears and 400 for the jump seats. 

If you've looked, you'll see these gears are in the $2000 range from the new owner. 

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I might be interested in the seats, where are you located?  Will they fold up in a reasonable box for shipment? and what is your email address?

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Had a flurry of emails when I first posted the rear end gears. I called (2 weeks ago) ORF to get a quote for what a new set would cost.. Still haven't even heard back to know what they would cost much less how long to get them. 

I'd love to sell them to someone that could use them.  Will consider any offer. I believe I have priced them about 600 less than current cost and right about what we paid for them 15 years ago--  

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On 6/12/2017 at 9:53 AM, 1918 said:

Hi. I'm looking fuel vacuum tank, oil filter, primer, headlights glasses and rings.

Thanks

August

I have a set of lenses,one is broken, for a Pierce Arrow,about a 30, I think.

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30 minutes ago, Dave Mellor NJ said:

I have a set of lenses,one is broken, for a Pierce Arrow,about a 30, I think.

Hi Dave,

 

Are the lenses flat or convex?  "Smiley face" with curve?  Headlight or auxiliary light (they differ only in diameter)?  If they're 1930, I'm interested, for spares.  Thx!  George

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They're flat. Depress beam. Made by CW Hall Lamp co, Detroit, Mich. Designed for Mazda Lamp 1110. 8-1/4" ID, 9-1/4" OD.I'll send pictures tomorrow

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Seem to not be original Pierce, which were:

1921-28 Bausch & Lomb fluted flat lenses, in three different diameters, depending on series

1929 used McKee--flat
1930 used TWOLITE convex
1931-32 used TILTRAY convex
ALL of the above: same lens left and right

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On ‎2017‎-‎06‎-‎25 at 8:14 AM, Dave Mellor NJ said:

I have a set of lenses,one is broken, for a Pierce Arrow,about a 30, I think.

Hi, if you have headlights lenses (9 1/8 Bausch & Lomb ) for Pierce Arrow series 80 1925 jet, please send photo

Thanks August

mail: augustinas@ajtrans.lt

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1 minute ago, Dave Mellor NJ said:

I posted a picture of what I had and was told they weren't for a Pierce

Yes.

Thanks

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On ‎12‎/‎06‎/‎2017 at 10:08 PM, fourspeedwagon said:

Thanks Mike- I'd like 1400 for the Phil Bray 3.91 gears and 400 for the jump seats. 

If you've looked, you'll see these gears are in the $2000 range from the new owner. 

I bought a set from the new owner Ed three years ago. Waited seven Months to get them and $2,200. later.

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