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42 crosley truck prices

Stephen Parker <swparker67@...>
 

hello,

We have recently acquired a very good condition 42 crosley truck and we were wondering what they sale for. Anybody who knows this please e-mail me back at misterdamascus.com. thanx





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WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED HERE?????

"BUGGER5913" <bugger5913@...>
 

Okay I have joined the "NEW" group, and from what I can gather, yahoo
got cute and pulled the rug out from under the old club, question;
where did the old photo albums go?? are they gone, if so it will be a
long time before I place any more and I will have to dig the pictures
back out. on a happier note "Merlins" restoration is going very well,
Nara and I have been building the bare frame back up to a chassis
again, hope to see you at the nationals in July......

Tom &Nara


Did Crosley sell trailers?

"iamrustless" <bethalk@...>
 

I have come across a really cute little trailer. It looks like it
would be Crosley size (or other small car). Did Crosley ever make or
sell trailers? Thanks, Hal


Re: New "Groups" - Confused???

"Jim_Bollman" <Jim@...>
 

I believe I understand most of what is going on in Groups, or I'm
confused and just think I do. :-)

The big difference from Clubs is that you can receive and send message
to the Group via eMail instead of doing it on the board itself. You
can still post and read directly on the board. For those that are
members, you can configure your membership for how you want to read
the messages. (this sometimes doesn't work the first time)

Since eMail can be in the loop the order of the messages can be
different from what you expect. If eMail is in the loop messages may
get lost. If you post directly on the board it should be close to the
same as the Club approach.

YaHoo servers overload regularly and cause problems that can add to
the illusion of confusion.

Jim...


Re: New "Groups"

"ealimke" <ealimke@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "nerner333" <briandavonne@h...> wrote:
I must admit, the new Yahoo! Groups system is a bit confusing to
me.
Maybe it takes some time to adjust to it.
I repsonded to a message yesterday, but I don't see it listed.??
Anyway, the message was about my '48 pick up that I have decided
to
sell. I have moved the photos from the "restoration" folder to
the "for sale" folder.
I am struggling with an asking price. I know that it is not
reasonable to ask for the amount that I have in it.
Anyone have suggestions or guidlines?

Thanks,
Brian


Re: IcyBall

Jim Bollman <Jim@...>
 

So few Icyballs change hands that it is hard to establish a price. If you have the cabinet, burner, ice cube tray and equalizer pan it would increase the value. Then there is condition. Besides advertising here I have a private list of people interested in Icyballs that I send info to a few times a year, some of them are looking to buy.

Jim...

What is an IcyBall worth and who would want it


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IcyBall

"deviation32" <razorback33@...>
 

What is an IcyBall worth and who would want it


Re: Digest Number 14

"Barb and Clarence Kapraun" <backap1@...>
 

From: "Jim Tracht" <jwt@...>
Subject: Re: Re: Truck For Sale
Hi Jim,
My 51 customized Crosley (started as a station wagon) is for sale. It looks
like a miniature El Caino with a bed cover not removable. The conversion is
very professional. It is turquoise in color and has 2 convertible tops one
black, one white. It has a rebuilt engine with less 300 miles on it. It has
chrome beauty rings and new tires.You can see a picture of it in the winter
1997 Quarterly on page 5 and on the front cover of the Fall 1998 issue (3rd
picture down on right side). I am asking $3500.00 for it. It is located in
Lake Cicott, IN about an hour and a half south of South Bend, IN.
++++++++++++++++++
Type at you later
Barb & Kap


Re: headliners

"Jim_Bollman" <Jim@...>
 

What was the ball park cost to get a headliner made?

Jim...

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "no_haggle" <no_haggle@y...> wrote:
I had a headliner made for my 52 s/w by an upholstery place in Wash.
state He has an original to copy from.


New "Groups"

"nerner333" <briandavonne@...>
 

I must admit, the new Yahoo! Groups system is a bit confusing to me.
Maybe it takes some time to adjust to it.
I repsonded to a message yesterday, but I don't see it listed.??
Anyway, the message was about my '48 pick up that I have decided to
sell. I have moved the photos from the "restoration" folder to
the "for sale" folder.
I am struggling with an asking price. I know that it is not
reasonable to ask for the amount that I have in it.
Anyone have suggestions or guidlines?

Thanks,
Brian


headliners

"no_haggle" <no_haggle@...>
 

I had a headliner made for my 52 s/w by an upholstery place in Wash.
state He has an original to copy from. The panels are grey, edges
trimmed and the two panels behind the rear side windows are included
allthe holes are cut for the mounting buttons.they are well done.
phone#360 574 8070 www.autoupholsterykits.com


Re: Truck For Sale

Jim Bollman <Jim@...>
 

I have added a For Sale folder to in the Photo gallery. I have attachment capability turned off on Gang mail so people with dialup lines will not get unwanted downloads.

Jim...


Re: Truck For Sale

"Jim Tracht" <jwt@...>
 

Hi

Just received your e-mail. Your pictures did not come thru. Did you attach them to your

e-mail?

I was looking for a station wagon to use at my wife's print shop for delivery. She might

consider a pick-up.

Where are you located & what are you asking for your truck?

We are in Norwalk, OH. About 1/2 way between Cleveland & Toledo on Lake Erie.

Thanks

JIM

----- Original Message -----
From: nerner333
To: Crosley_Gang@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 21:00
Subject: [Crosley_Gang] Re: Truck For Sale


--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "nerner333" <briandavonne@h...> wrote:
> I have had my '48 pick-up on the road for about one year. I posted
> photos. (I think I got them posted right.) The photos were taken
last
> year when I was getting it put back together. Runs great! I have
been
> driving it ever since. I have about 1,500 mile on the rebuilt
engine
> (by Ed Lemke).
> Anyone interested?
>
> Brian

Photos are posted under "restoration Help".


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Re: Truck For Sale

"nerner333" <briandavonne@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "nerner333" <briandavonne@h...> wrote:
I have had my '48 pick-up on the road for about one year. I posted
photos. (I think I got them posted right.) The photos were taken
last
year when I was getting it put back together. Runs great! I have
been
driving it ever since. I have about 1,500 mile on the rebuilt
engine
(by Ed Lemke).
Anyone interested?

Brian
Photos are posted under "restoration Help".


Truck For Sale

"nerner333" <briandavonne@...>
 

I have had my '48 pick-up on the road for about one year. I posted
photos. (I think I got them posted right.) The photos were taken last
year when I was getting it put back together. Runs great! I have been
driving it ever since. I have about 1,500 mile on the rebuilt engine
(by Ed Lemke).
Anyone interested?

Brian


Re: Truck For Sale

charris990@...
 

In a message dated 4/4/02 7:55:32 PM Central Standard Time,
briandavonne@... writes:


Anyone interested?

Brian


certainly.
Chuck Harris


Re: 4 Bladed Fans

"Steve Turner" <karknut@...>
 

Sorry to be a bother but as I had said I am the default mechanic, given the
job not due to skill but for lack of anyone else willing/stupid enough to
try his/her hand at the project. Taking your advise, I took off the valve
cover, thus enabling me to squeeze a box end wrench over the back nut and
voila, the carburator was in my hands? My question is that in taking off
the valve cover I discovered that one of the studs/bolts that extends
through the valve cover enabling the cute little(emphasis on little) nuts to
hold it in place, came out with the cover! It appears to have been that way
for a while but of course I'm not sure. What is the best and easiest way to
reseat this stud in place? Any advise would be most welcome. You guys have
been great helping us neophytes get started with this Crosley thing.
Thanks! Steve & Carol
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From: Jim Bollman <Jim@...>
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Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 1:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Crosley_Gang] 4 Bladed Fans


They were used on the Tin Block engines, Generator engines and some
industrial engines. Probably some other applications. You have to
watch which way the blades are pitched. There are pull fans and push
fans. The generators had push fans and that would not be good for
car use.

Jim...


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RADIATOR

"tmkldwwj" <tmkldwwj@...>
 

Hey, does anyone out there have a radiator that is in decent shape
for sale? I just found out that mine for my hotshot will have to be
recored to be useable. Really didn't want to invest 175.00 right
now. Contact me at tmkldwwj@... thank you.
Dave


Re: 4 Bladed Fans

"silkytwo_99" <crosley@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "bltlar" <bltlar@a...> wrote:
--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "rwright24127" <R.Wright@m...> wrote:
I Know how they well help but what did they come on. I have been
seeing quite a few of them showing up on E-Bay. Ron
Ron,
My military generator has a 4 bladed fan, but it is a PUSH fan, not
a
PULL fan as on road vehicles. The air is pushed forward not pulled
back. It cannot be turned around to pull. Dozers have a fan that
can
be reversed for summer & winter operations. In summer it pushes
air
into radiator to keep dirt out of radiator. In winter you pull
blades up and turn, to pull air into radiator, past engine and into
cab to warm operator.

Thanks to you and our discussion at Wauseon I now have a Pick Up.
Not
as nice as your red one, but . . . .

I think that all Cobra (tin) engines had a 4 blade fan.

Larry


Re: 4 Bladed Fans

"bltlar" <bltlar@...>
 

--- In Crosley_Gang@y..., "rwright24127" <R.Wright@m...> wrote:
I Know how they well help but what did they come on. I have been
seeing quite a few of them showing up on E-Bay. Ron
Ron,
My military generator has a 4 bladed fan, but it is a PUSH fan, not a
PULL fan as on road vehicles. The air is pushed forward not pulled
back. It cannot be turned around to pull. Dozers have a fan that can
be reversed for summer & winter operations. In summer it pushes air
into radiator to keep dirt out of radiator. In winter you pull
blades up and turn, to pull air into radiator, past engine and into
cab to warm operator.

Thanks to you and our discussion at Wauseon I now have a Pick Up. Not
as nice as your red one, but . . . .

Larry