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If you have any nice pictures of the early series 48 Locomobiles, please post them here.

Al

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Here's a picture of a 1913 Model 48 seven passenger touring car and it is for sale.  For further information, please contact me at diane3626@gmail.com.  

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Thanks for posting the picture of the 1913 Locomobile 48.  Do you have other views of the car including the dash?  This car will find a good new home!

 

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Do you know of any Locomobile 48's and 38's being restored or repaired to keep the automobile roadworthy?  Is your Locomobile 6 cylinder ready for the touring season?  What kind of use do you plan for your car this year?  Post a picture, we would like to see what other Locomobiles are on the move.

Al

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Here is a question for you 48 owners.  What year did Locomobile offer the dual or two port exhaust jugs?

Al

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Does anyone have a repairable late series dual port Locomobile 48 jug that they could spare?

Al

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I am looking for a single, late series Locomobile 48 jug.  I hope you can help me out on this search.  If you have seen one of these in the back of someones shop, please drop a note.

Al

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I think the jug I am looking for is 1917 and newer until the end of the 48 series.  Here are three images of the style jug I need.

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This is my 1919 Model 48 Sportif. Formerly owned by Lee Davenport. Restored in original colors, stripes and upholstery pattern.

 

 

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Hello Jerry,  That is one nice Locomobile!  I have a pair of the same type headlamps that need a car to put them on.  Do you have any mechanical pieces under the bench?  Oh yes, though this is a Locomobile forum, your red Auburn is a very pretty and sporty car!  The Auburn was a fine addition to the Idaho Glidden tour.

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Nice car Tim!  Did you receive any spare parts with the purchase?  When was the restoration completed?  Is it a good behaving road car?  Could you post a few additional pictures that show the dash and engine compartment?

Al

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Thanks Al,

Very few spares,

She was restored in the late seventies early eighties. Can take some more pics this weekend. Tim

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Hello Tim,

I ask about spare parts as I am trying to complete a set of jugs for a 48 Locomobile and still to locate one good/repairable jug for that project.  What ignition system does your Locomobile run with?  I will watch for your additional pictures along with many others who check out this Locomobile forum!  Do you know of other owners who would post a picture of their 38-48 in either restored or unrestored condition?  Thanks for posting!

Al

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