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1922 Cleveland Model 41 Oil Pump and Early History


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I am restoring a 1922 Cleveland Model 41 sedan and in need of an oil pump. Can be a complete, working unit or parts. Also looking for the early history of this car. It was formerly in the Roaring Twenties Antique Car Museum in Hood, VA from 1983 to 2019. Before that, it was owned by the late W.A.C. “Bill” Petit from at least 1957 and at one point was in his museum at Natural Bridge, VA. He sold it to John Dudley of Roaring Twenties. It was taken off the road in 1928 and is extremely well preserved. Keeping the interior and exterior unchanged and concentrating on a mechanical restoration. Thank you! Bill Inge

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Thank you very much Michael! Sorry for the delay as I just saw this! We were able to rebuild the existing one and having a machine shop fabricate a new drive gear. Do you have an extra flywheel? Mine has 10 teeth that are chipped; 4 of them are pretty bad. 

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