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WANTED: Connecticut No. 2 6-cylinder distributor cap, circa 1915


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You would be better off listing its intended application even if the name will imply more money.......stuff like this is so rare today, it's about finding it.......not so much about what you pay for it. Supply and demand......both almost nil. 

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4 minutes ago, edinmass said:

You would be better off listing its intended application even if the name will imply more money.......stuff like this is so rare today, it's about finding it.......not so much about what you pay for it. Supply and demand......both almost nil. 

Thanks.  I didn't list the intended application because it won't mean much to most members.  My car is a 1915 Russell.  (Canadian).  I believe the early Chevs used Connecticut ignition but not 6 cyl.  So I'm looking to find out which other makes would have used it and hopefully track one down.

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Does your distributor has an ID tag???

If nothing turns up try adding it  for those who might have a   box of dist and/or caps on the shelf in the basement..

You might also appeal for anyone having an old ignition catalog covering the period to eyebal ltheirr catalog, which might show which othr makes used yours, or close enough that a cap would work...

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