Re: What to do with my 1946 crosley?
Service & Yankee have online stores if you want to browse before you call, there are links on the vendor page.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
R209900 is the casting number and probably 99% of all Crosley cast iron blocks have that number even though there were numerous changes over the years of production. The engine serial number is to the rear of the distributor on the side of the crankcase, that will let us roughly date the engine.
Here is a link to the radios used in the Crosley http://crosleyautoclub.com/Car_Radios/Radios.html If your radio is one of these it is worth hanging on to, they bring big dollars for a nice one and more than you would thin for a poor one.
Sounds like you have caught the bug. Welcome to the club. I bought the bug when I was 13, nearly 60 years ago.