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Re: Wauseon Newb suggestions?

Jeremy Rutherford
 

Heading out today for my second year, 1st as an owner, same boat looking to trade paper for parts haha,  we had a great time our first year,  very friendly people, not a mega sized show (but the cars and parts are small) but different than any other I’d been to and very enjoyable!
Jeremy 


On Jul 12, 2018, at 6:13 AM, crosleyshortsport <crosleyshortsport@...> wrote:

Ron,  I hope we exceed your expectations !  Jeffrey,  chairman of the meet

On Thu, Jul 12, 2018, 7:04 AM Ron Dole <rdole417@...> wrote:
I, like Tom, am new to this. I will make my first trip to the nationals today, and will stay till done on Saturday. I hope this show lives up to the hype, as I need a few thousand dollars in parts for my restoration. I plan to meet a lot of people with more knowledge on Crosleys than I have. See you at the show.

AMAZING CROSLEY AUCTION

Gary Bryant
 
Edited

Wanted everyone to know about my Uncle’s auction coming up in Decatur In.

 

I don’t know how to send a link but here is the info to look at what he has for sale it is a live auction and online.

 

August 18 2018 9am   Krueckeberg auction company 815 Adams st. Decatur In. 46733

 

He is an amazing restoration specialist and has many many parts for sale.

 

Thanks for looking and someday I will have cars and parts for sale as I inherited my dads collection of unrestored Crosley cars and parts. Bob Bryant (DAD) >>>Paul Jr. Bryant (UNCLE)

 

Gary Bryant

Window Installer Supervisor

Exterior Building Products

6212 W. Stoner Drive

Greenfield, IN 46140

(317) 894-5300 - Office

(317) 894-6666 – Fax

www.EXTBP.com

 

 

 

 

 

Re: AMAZING CROSLEY AUCTION

Gene Smith
 
Edited

~Gene Smith~
just tryin’ to be helpful, in Houston

On Jul 13, 2018, at 1:24 PM, Gary Bryant <garybryant@...> wrote:

Wanted everyone to know about my Uncle’s auction coming up in Decatur In.
 
I don’t know how to send a link but here is the info to look at what he has for sale it is a live auction and online.
 
August 18 2018 9am   Krueckeberg auction company 815 Adams st. Decatur In. 46733
 
He is an amazing restoration specialist and has many many parts for sale.
 
Thanks for looking and someday I will have cars and parts for sale as I inherited my dads collection of unrestored Crosley cars and parts. Bob Bryant (DAD) >>>Paul Jr. Bryant (UNCLE)
 
Gary Bryant
Window Installer Supervisor
Exterior Building Products
6212 W. Stoner Drive
Greenfield, IN 46140
(317) 894-5300 - Office
(317) 894-6666 – Fax
 
 
 
 
 

Re: Nationals - Wauseon Ohio 7/12 - 7/14

Mike Mayberry
 

I saw farmboy today but couldn't find anyone around it. Tell samantha to be on the lookout for me tomorrow!

Re: Nationals - Wauseon Ohio 7/12 - 7/14

crosleyshortsport
 

Be sure to stop and at least shake hands, they will page me at the registration desk


On Fri, Jul 13, 2018, 6:28 PM Mike Mayberry <mikemayberry75@...> wrote:
I saw farmboy today but couldn't find anyone around it. Tell samantha to be on the lookout for me tomorrow!

crank case with breather. Torque Specs.

Joe Brownsberger
 

Hi, Everyone.

I have questions that I have not been able to find the answers to. I have a 47' Crosley engine that does not have a crankcase breather tube. Is that a necessity to have, what possible issues might i come across if any at all and how does this crankcase work without a breather tube. Also on my mind, does anyone have knowledge of any torque specs for the Crosley's? I just dont want to go tearing stuff apart and not put it back together properly and that info would be much appreciated. if it helps I'm restoring a 49' wagon and I'm currently working on the motor. but i want to be prepared for when i get into other stuff that might involve torque specifications.

Re: AMAZING CROSLEY AUCTION

Gary Bryant
 
Edited

THANKS HOUSTON !!!

 

From: Crosley-Gang@groups.io [mailto:Crosley-Gang@groups.io] On Behalf Of Gene Smith
Sent: Friday, July 13, 2018 4:50 PM
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] AMAZING CROSLEY AUCTION

 

~Gene Smith~

just tryin’ to be helpful, in Houston

 

On Jul 13, 2018, at 1:24 PM, Gary Bryant <garybryant@...> wrote:

 

Wanted everyone to know about my Uncle’s auction coming up in Decatur In.

 

I don’t know how to send a link but here is the info to look at what he has for sale it is a live auction and online.

 

August 18 2018 9am   Krueckeberg auction company 815 Adams st. Decatur In. 46733

 

He is an amazing restoration specialist and has many many parts for sale.

 

Thanks for looking and someday I will have cars and parts for sale as I inherited my dads collection of unrestored Crosley cars and parts. Bob Bryant (DAD) >>>Paul Jr. Bryant (UNCLE)

 

Gary Bryant

Window Installer Supervisor

Exterior Building Products

6212 W. Stoner Drive

Greenfield, IN 46140

(317) 894-5300 - Office

(317) 894-6666 – Fax

 

 

 

 

 

 

Re: crank case with breather. Torque Specs.

Kenn Cahill
 

The engine seems to run fine without the breather tube. It does take longer to put oil in when you have to fill it through the cam cover opening.You should get a copy of the Crosley repair manual from Service Motors. It lists all of the torque specifications. And a lot of other excellent advice.

Gas tank needed

jane altman
 

Hi... Finally am getting Sweet Pea, my 1950 convertible, restored properly.  Definitely will need a gas tank in good to excellent condition. Anybody have one?
Thanks,
Jane

Re: Gas tank needed

Jerry Summey
 

Service Motors has them.

In a message dated 7/14/2018 9:35:14 AM Eastern Standard Time, bchjanead@... writes:

Hi... Finally am getting Sweet Pea, my 1950 convertible, restored properly.  Definitely will need a gas tank in good to excellent condition. Anybody have one?
Thanks,
Jane

Re: crank case with breather. Torque Specs.

L.E. Hardee
 

Some or all of the Copper Brazed (Cobra) engine blocks had a small breather tube at the back of the engine in the cam compartment.  If you have a cast iron block replacement on your crankcase, as is common, you can add a breather to your cam cover if it doesn't have one already.

On Sat, Jul 14, 2018 at 7:08 AM, Kenn Cahill <drkenncahill@...> wrote:
The engine seems to run fine without the breather tube. It does take longer to put oil in when you have to fill it through the cam cover opening.You should get a copy of the Crosley repair manual from Service Motors. It lists all of the torque specifications. And a lot of other excellent advice.




Re: crank case with breather. Torque Specs.

Donna Bomia
 

It sounds like y'all are having a great time down there. Maybe next year for me! Maybe drive the other one down next year, lol. I'm only an hour N.E of the show there.
Work, work, work... ..
I do have one Crosley for sale. It's a 1947 Two Door (the Beautiful Deep Blue One). I'm out of town but can send pictures later. Take Care...have a blast.... God's speed to all the traveler's.

Wauseon was a great show

Ron D.
 

Well, I just completed my first Nationals show in Wauseon. After an almost 5 hour trip back home to unload my treasures, I am very glad I went. I bought many many parts, to get my 49 CD sedan up and running. I met, and bought from the 3 major parts dealers (multiple times each), plus a bunch of used parts vendors, and most importantly, met a lot of really nice people, who share the common bond of 1 word, Crosley. Thanks to all who put on a great show. Hope to see you all next year, with my completed project.

Re: Wauseon was a great show

crosleyshortsport
 

Ron,  Thank You for attending, Glad you enjoyed the show. Keep us updated on your progress. If you need help along the way, we are here to help.
     Jeffrey

On Sat, Jul 14, 2018, 9:36 PM Ron Dole <rdole417@...> wrote:
Well, I just completed my first Nationals show in Wauseon. After an almost 5 hour trip back home to unload my treasures, I am very glad I went. I bought many many parts, to get my 49 CD sedan up and running. I met, and bought from the 3 major parts dealers (multiple times each), plus a bunch of used parts vendors, and most importantly, met a lot of really nice people, who share the common bond of 1 word, Crosley. Thanks to all who put on a great show. Hope to see you all next year, with my completed project.

Re: Gas tank needed

Ron D.
 

I just bought a brand new stainless tank with the sending unit from Service Motors at the show. It will be tough to find an original in great shape that someone will part with.

Re: Wauseon was a great show

Ron D.
 

Thanks, that's good to know.

What's This Worth?

Mike <seller432@...>
 

So i found this for sale on craigslist for $800 says it's a 49  and says it runs good. Rear frame has been bobbed off. I'm just not  sure what it's value is?  Also it would be a 300mi round trip for me to get it and cost me $200 to get it.

Re: What's This Worth?

crosleyshortsport
 

Looks like a 250 dollar machine to me


On Sun, Jul 15, 2018, 9:18 AM Mike via Groups.Io <seller432=aim.com@groups.io> wrote:
So i found this for sale on craigslist for $800 says it's a 49  and says it runs good. Rear frame has been bobbed off. I'm just not  sure what it's value is?  Also it would be a 300mi round trip for me to get it and cost me $200 to get it.

Re: What's This Worth?

Steve Perry
 

I’d say it’s worth $500..
And, maybe they could meet 1/2 way?



On Jul 15, 2018, at 8:24 AM, crosleyshortsport <crosleyshortsport@...> wrote:

Looks like a 250 dollar machine to me

On Sun, Jul 15, 2018, 9:18 AM Mike via Groups.Io <seller432=aim.com@groups.io> wrote:
So i found this for sale on craigslist for $800 says it's a 49  and says it runs good. Rear frame has been bobbed off. I'm just not  sure what it's value is?  Also it would be a 300mi round trip for me to get it and cost me $200 to get it.

Re: What's This Worth?

Tim Hamblen
 

I bought a whole 49 for that price. A running gear sans motor sold at Wauseon for $65