Tuesday, April 30, 2013

I came across an online source of Brass Era Cars For Sale

This 13 Cadillac includes: Restored from very crisp, low mileage original car Rebuilt engine, water pump, new timing chain, brakes and kingpins 25" restored wheels with all new wood by Amish Reproduction of original gas tank but in stainless steel Newly made radiator that keeps the car cool



 1911 Chalmers, Pony Tonneau  Converted to two pedal operation including full electrical system with: Starter Alternator Turn signals Headlights New stainless gas tank Dual Delco ignition New rear brakes & drums. Body sheeted in steel so the paint won’t crack. New horsehair stuffed leather upholstery with matching green carpet and linoleum. New tires and every part rebuilt for care-free touring. Sport model so she`s low enough to go under seven foot garage door.



This 50 HP 1912 Speedwell has a 5x5 (393 cubic inch) engine and a 3 speed transmission. Not modified, very correct --- including correct brass. Factory equipped with presto-lite starter. Needs engine work


This 1908 National, Model 9-40 is a Big and Powerful 7 passenger touring car with a 40 hp ball bearing main engine. One of only a few pre-1910 Nationals left. Not an assembled car. Twice "Best of Class" Concours winner and one time "Favorite American Car" winner.


This rare 1915 Peerless 48HP Touring Car is still in the ownership of the original family. Purchased new by a major PA cigar manufacturer. He kept it until his passing in 1933. It was then stored until 1963 when inherited by his great grandson and stored again for 40 years. Original speedometer shows only 24,500 miles.

http://www.hcca.org/sellit.php

how'd I find it? One of the sellers found that I'd posted a gallery on his 1912 Regal http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2011/05/1912-regal-underslung.html and used the link to my photos instead of taking his own. Oh well, so much for getting a thanks from that guy, but it's nice to be appreciated for the post.

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