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Re: For Sale: T Emblems & License Plate Frame

bkrsdoz
 

I would like to purchase the plate frame.
Please send me Eric's complete e-mail address.
Thanks,
bob baker
CAC#808


Re: Hi-Jacking Threads

Bob Johnson Johnson <gforcecuda@...>
 

I appreciate it..I am not that familiar with this site..I am 73 and don’t embrace all this internet BS anyway..sorry  

On Feb 25, 2019, at 7:15 PM, Jim Bollman <Jim@...> wrote:

I have said this many times. Please start a new thread when the topic changes. Pretty hard to sell a 2cyl Crosley when people look back for the message and it is hid in a thread about post-war emblems.

Please just select "New Topic" when changing topics. Or in the case of the 2cyl ad just use the thread that was already started to say it is still available.

I will be moving the 2cyl messages to their own thread so please don't comment on the topic in the Emblems for sale thread.

Jim...
Moderator


Hi-Jacking Threads

Jim Bollman
 

I have said this many times. Please start a new thread when the topic changes. Pretty hard to sell a 2cyl Crosley when people look back for the message and it is hid in a thread about post-war emblems.

Please just select "New Topic" when changing topics. Or in the case of the 2cyl ad just use the thread that was already started to say it is still available.

I will be moving the 2cyl messages to their own thread so please don't comment on the topic in the Emblems for sale thread.

Jim...
Moderator


Re: For Sale: 2Cyl Crosley

Bob Johnson Johnson <gforcecuda@...>
 

OK..it is a cool little piece..a 41 sold at Barrett in January…not nearly as nice as this one..it also only had 1 carb.. this one has two little carbs and two little air cleaners on them..neat..my papeerwork should have the buyeers name iand other info on it..email me next week and I will get it to you..

On Feb 25, 2019, at 6:34 PM, Spock Arnold via Groups.Io <tmkldwwj@...> wrote:

Hey Bob, would you be so kind as to print out some Crosley Auto Club information and leave it in the glove box?  Perhaps we can get the car to Wauseon this year by it's new owner!!
Dave Anspach 


Re: For Sale: 2Cyl Crosley

Spock Arnold
 

Hey Bob, would you be so kind as to print out some Crosley Auto Club information and leave it in the glove box?  Perhaps we can get the car to Wauseon this year by it's new owner!!
Dave Anspach 


For Sale: 2Cyl Crosley

Bob Johnson Johnson <gforcecuda@...>
 

I am carrying the little 42 Crosley convertible to Greensboro Auto Auction..it still has the original little air cooled 2 cylinder motor BUT it also has two carburetors..one for each cylinder..full restoration..runs good..will be auctioned off Friday this week..March 1 ,,,,good little CAR..HAS anyone ever seen one with two carburetors? especially on a rare 42…solid as a rock..wont do a burn out though…lol..


For Sale: T Emblems & License Plate Frame

Jim Bollman
 

The seller is helping out the widow of a Crosley collector and past club member and will have a few more parts as they get sorted out. Here is the next items.
 
The flat T emblem is the back emblem for CC and CD -  $25
The contoured T front emblem for the CC models - $50 with gem
License Plate Frame - $20
Plus shipping on each. Buy all 3 and Eric will throw in shipping for free. 
Or make an offer

Eric Erwin <hdrider0749@...>
New Albany, IN
 
Eric isn't a member of the Crosley-Gang so contact directly


For Sale: 2 Radios - Chrome Nose $300 - Philco $200 - IN

Jim Bollman
 

The seller is helping out the widow of a Crosley collector and past club member and will have a few more parts as they get sorted out. For now he has 2 factory Crosley radios that are priced to sell.

Chrome nose (probably Motorola from the picture) - $300 plus shipping
Philco - $200 plus shipping

Eric Erwin <hdrider0749@...>
New Albany, IN

Eric isn't a member of the Crosley-Gang so contact directly




Checkout The Old Motor Site

Jim Bollman
 

I checkout this site must every morning and had a surprise on what he posted yesterday.
http://theoldmotor.com/?p=174305

Jim...


2019 Crosley Nationals Registration Form Posted

Jim Bollman
 

Here is a printable Registration Form for the 2019 Nationals.

http://crosleyautoclub.com/2019_MeetInfo/2019RegistrationForm.pdf

Jim...


Good article on Hemmings

Steve Perry <sperryfish@...>
 


2019 Crosley Nationals Schedule Posted

Jim Bollman
 

I have put a summary of the events planned for the 2019 Nationals on the CAC web page and you can download the 2 page PDF of the schedule.

http://crosleyautoclub.com/#Meet
http://crosleyautoclub.com/2019_MeetInfo/2019NationalMeetSchedule.pdf

Officially the meet is July 11-13 but the first event on the schedule is for Monday evening the 8th so come early if  you can and spend the whole week. Our plans are to pull in sometime Monday morning.

Jim...


Re: Modified Hot Shot came home, with tons of spares

fred@...
 

If you haven't already done so, join the Crosley Automobile Club - worth every bit of the $20/year.  Great buy!


Re: Modified Hot Shot came home, with tons of spares

Butch
 

Congratulations on your new purchase. Before having much concern about the engine running rough, run it thru several heat & cool cycles, things have a tendency of loosening up and reseating themselves.

As far as the tranny, not staying in second and third gear, rebuilding shifters is quite a common repair procedure.

Butch

On 2/17/2019 8:53 PM, Mike Piera via Groups.Io wrote:
Hello,

My Hot Shot that I found on bringatrailer.com made it's way to CT.
The previous owner, Hugh Heishman, had a Crosley dealership in about 1950, then one of the first Porsche dealerships, in VA. He built and raced Crosleys, Porsches, and others (Owned Z28 #1 which ran in Trans Am in '67) and built this car himself. I don't have a lot of info, so I posted pictures of the spares etc. It should be a public posting, feel free to comment.

It's not running well, backfiring a lot, and won't stay in 2nd or 3rd gear so it needs some sorting/finishing. Engine sounds great mechanically. It seems to be built EXTREMELY well and when the carb kicks in, it seems quite powerful and wants to rev! Will post pictures of the car's mods and systems later.

thanks!



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Modified Hot Shot came home, with tons of spares

Mike P
 

Hello,

My Hot Shot that I found on bringatrailer.com made it's way to CT.
The previous owner, Hugh Heishman, had a Crosley dealership in about 1950, then one of the first Porsche dealerships, in VA. He built and raced Crosleys, Porsches, and others (Owned Z28 #1 which ran in Trans Am in '67) and built this car himself. I don't have a lot of info, so I posted pictures of the spares etc. It should be a public posting, feel free to comment.

It's not running well, backfiring a lot, and won't stay in 2nd or 3rd gear so it needs some sorting/finishing. Engine sounds great mechanically. It seems to be built EXTREMELY well and when the carb kicks in, it seems quite powerful and wants to rev! Will post pictures of the car's mods and systems later.

thanks!

https://www.facebook.com/mike.piera/posts/10157113332176263


Regards, mike piera ~^v^~ aNaLoG.MaN ~^v^~ guitar effects

AnalogMike@...

My racing website : http://www.analogman.com/911

'73 911RS, '08 GT3 cup, '01 Viper GTS, '74 Lotus Europa Special, '15 Audi S3, '06 MiniCooperS, '04 TowRig, '50 Crosley Hot Shot


Re: Crosley H-Mod prototype

Terrance Robinson
 
Edited

Please restore this beautiful find--looks like a Jaguar--Terry


On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 6:55 AM <Jbromagen317@...> wrote:
So I picked up this Crosley. All I know about it is that it's a Crosley H Modified Prototype. Can anyone educate me on these?



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Re: Crosley H-Mod prototype

crosleyshortsport
 

Here is the photo I referred to .


On Sun, Feb 17, 2019, 9:05 AM crosleyshortsport via Groups.Io <crosleyshortsport=gmail.com@groups.io wrote:
Very cool !  I am not well educated on the fiberglass bodies, here is a photo of what must be one of the finest. I saw this similar one, two years ago in California.

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019, 8:17 AM Spock Arnold via Groups.Io <tmkldwwj=yahoo.com@groups.io wrote:
Very neat piece.  I love it.  If you dont get an answer from the group, and I think you may, try contacting Geoff Hacker from Forgotten Fiberglass in Florida.  He specializes in finding and restoring these vehicles.


Re: Crosley H-Mod prototype

crosleyshortsport
 

Very cool !  I am not well educated on the fiberglass bodies, here is a photo of what must be one of the finest. I saw this similar one, two years ago in California.


On Sun, Feb 17, 2019, 8:17 AM Spock Arnold via Groups.Io <tmkldwwj=yahoo.com@groups.io wrote:
Very neat piece.  I love it.  If you dont get an answer from the group, and I think you may, try contacting Geoff Hacker from Forgotten Fiberglass in Florida.  He specializes in finding and restoring these vehicles.


Re: Crosley H-Mod prototype

Spock Arnold
 

Very neat piece.  I love it.  If you dont get an answer from the group, and I think you may, try contacting Geoff Hacker from Forgotten Fiberglass in Florida.  He specializes in finding and restoring these vehicles.


Crosley H-Mod prototype

Jbromagen317@...
 

So I picked up this Crosley. All I know about it is that it's a Crosley H Modified Prototype. Can anyone educate me on these?

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