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wanted 1926 pierce arrow model 80 rotor and distributor cap


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Wow! George, I didn’t know you were a code talker back in the war..............(read Civil War, not WWII) 😎
 

 

PS- I can now fly direct to Oakland for 160 bucks round trip..........when things slow down, I will come out and visit all you “old” guys on the left coast. 

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5 hours ago, edinmass said:

 

PS- I can now fly direct to Oakland for 160 bucks round trip..........when things slow down, I will come out and visit all you “old” guys on the left coast. 

Please do, Ed!  I'm 4 miles and 15 minutes from OAK, which is an easy-come, easy-go airport.

 

And I'm not THAT old (Civil War)--learned to do that stuff at San Juan Hill.....

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1 hour ago, Old buicks 2 said:

The model 80 used a DeJon system, not a Delco system.     I have DeJon parts.   

I know the Series 81 (1928) used DeJon, perhaps even some late 1927s.  My two 1925 S80s use Delco.  The only DeJon components I've actually seen on a S80 were on a 1925 car purchased in 1927 by a P-A factory employee, who upgraded the car with a number of other later components such as cowl lights.

 

I'll be referring you to a friend who has a S81 with DeJon.

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