mikewest

Brass Era Goodies For Sale- Take a LOOK!

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Here is a few items I don't need that you might need.

 

4- Early Cast Brass Mitchell Hubcaps in excellent condition. The threads are perfect , no cracks or dents. Not sure of the year but most likely Pre 1912. The hex measures  2.250 inches and on top of  the threads measure 2.82 inches.  Shipping in the USA is $10.00  Seems like $200.00 for all is reasonable

 

This is a Stewart  Vacuum Tank gauge ,its made to go in a wood dash car or truck. The rim and mounting ring are brass . The bevel glass is perfect. The gauge looks in very good condition . $50.00  Shipping is $10.00

 

2- Newly cast yellow brass Speedster Gas Caps. Nice size-4 inch OD $75.00 each Shipping $10.00

 

Nice restored exhaust cutout Pipe size is 2.25 inches. Its been apart and blasted , painted with hi-temp paint. Turns free. $100.00 Shipping $15.00 (Its heavy)

 

 

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Sent private message but you never read it so I deleted it. Is the needle on the Stewart gauge resting on the peg or is it reading numbers without any vacuum possibly indicating it has been overstressed and might need recalibration?

 

Howard Dennis

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Hi Howard and it's not onthe peg but at about 1 lbs. To me it looks now.Ihave did read the pm this afternoon. Mike

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On ‎9‎/‎22‎/‎2017 at 9:25 PM, mikewest said:

Ill post more tomorrow

Get those clearer pictures yet? I'm still interested in this gauge but worried about it's serviceability as is.

Howard Dennis

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The exhaust cut-out is not really brass-era, but early to late 20s cars, often with performance aspirations.   I have this style on 1923 Roamer-Duesenberg,  on 8-77 4 litre 8 cyl Auburn, and 8-115 larger 8 cylinder Auburn  .  Cast iron is not elastic, so usefulness and applicability rely strictly on the outside diameter of the in-and-out exhaust piping.

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