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Re: Car Transport Companys?

Jim Bollman
 

I got badly burned on the first car hauler I hired years ago that turned out to not own any trucks, he just hire wildcat drivers to pick up cars. He promised 2 weeks and it ended up being many months and then damaged the truck getting it delivered. He said to submit a quote and hi insurance would pay for the damage, I did and never heard from him again and his phone no longer was answered. Since then I have only used Passport. They are not cheap but they do a very professional job.

On May 15, 2020, at 9:32 AM, Mike S <miso7@...> wrote:

Does anyone have any personal experience with car transport services?  I need to move a large car ('57 Nash) from Los Angeles, Ca to Illinois.  I applied for a quote on a couple of internet sites and now my phone and my email box is full of messages from companies I've never heard of.  I'd rather deal with a service that I can verify a track record.
thanks
Mike S


Re: Car Transport Companys?

James Dlapa
 

Mike, have you tried you ship. 
Put in your request and different companies will bid on shipping cost. Might be worth a shot. You don’t need to accept any of the offers, and most companies on there Have customer reviews. 

On Fri, May 15, 2020 at 6:34 AM Mike S <miso7@...> wrote:
Does anyone have any personal experience with car transport services?  I need to move a large car ('57 Nash) from Los Angeles, Ca to Illinois.  I applied for a quote on a couple of internet sites and now my phone and my email box is full of messages from companies I've never heard of.  I'd rather deal with a service that I can verify a track record.
thanks
Mike S


Car Transport Companys?

Mike S
 

Does anyone have any personal experience with car transport services?  I need to move a large car ('57 Nash) from Los Angeles, Ca to Illinois.  I applied for a quote on a couple of internet sites and now my phone and my email box is full of messages from companies I've never heard of.  I'd rather deal with a service that I can verify a track record.
thanks
Mike S


Re: ‘47 Sedan

crosleyshortsport
 

David,  This is a niice driver on Cornish, New Hampshire craigslist


On Thu, May 14, 2020, 9:24 PM David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...> wrote:
Thank you sir! That is all I wanted - just a starting point. Nowhere near enough details to put a real value on the car, I just need a good baseline to start with. 


On May 14, 2020, at 7:24 PM, Spock Arnold via groups.io <tmkldwwj=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:


From the pictures on the site, it looks like a solid body that has had a fair amateur restoration.  No pictures of interior but I see hints of it that do not appear original.  Engine and running condition are unknown.  I'd say probably 2,500 with what you know.  If the interior is decent and it runs ok, you could double that for a driver. 

On May 14, 2020 6:04 PM, David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...> wrote:




From: David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...>

Subject: ‘47 Sedan

Hello all,
Please bear with me as I continue to learn about Crosleys. One recently came up for auction about an hour away from me. Public inspection will not be available until next week but I need to run something past you before that happens. The auction house lists the VIN as CE79325. I thought that a CE was a military engine? Also states automatic transmission. Is that possible? The nose looks like it’s correct for the year from what I’ve gleaned from the club web site. No idea if it runs/ stops/ steers, etc. Pictures look like a solid body  but no interior or engine shots. It’s not a show car but appears complete and is up on air.
I know it’s a reach, but what is the price range for a running ‘47 sedan, assuming it is a driver or close to it. Please give me your high/low and I can figure out where it falls when I see it and get more details.

Thanks for your help!
Dave


Re: ‘47 Sedan

David Stubenvoll
 

Thank you sir! That is all I wanted - just a starting point. Nowhere near enough details to put a real value on the car, I just need a good baseline to start with. 


On May 14, 2020, at 7:24 PM, Spock Arnold via groups.io <tmkldwwj@...> wrote:


From the pictures on the site, it looks like a solid body that has had a fair amateur restoration.  No pictures of interior but I see hints of it that do not appear original.  Engine and running condition are unknown.  I'd say probably 2,500 with what you know.  If the interior is decent and it runs ok, you could double that for a driver. 

On May 14, 2020 6:04 PM, David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...> wrote:




From: David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...>

Subject: ‘47 Sedan

Hello all,
Please bear with me as I continue to learn about Crosleys. One recently came up for auction about an hour away from me. Public inspection will not be available until next week but I need to run something past you before that happens. The auction house lists the VIN as CE79325. I thought that a CE was a military engine? Also states automatic transmission. Is that possible? The nose looks like it’s correct for the year from what I’ve gleaned from the club web site. No idea if it runs/ stops/ steers, etc. Pictures look like a solid body  but no interior or engine shots. It’s not a show car but appears complete and is up on air.
I know it’s a reach, but what is the price range for a running ‘47 sedan, assuming it is a driver or close to it. Please give me your high/low and I can figure out where it falls when I see it and get more details.

Thanks for your help!
Dave


Re: ‘47 Sedan

Spock Arnold
 

From the pictures on the site, it looks like a solid body that has had a fair amateur restoration.  No pictures of interior but I see hints of it that do not appear original.  Engine and running condition are unknown.  I'd say probably 2,500 with what you know.  If the interior is decent and it runs ok, you could double that for a driver. 

On May 14, 2020 6:04 PM, David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...> wrote:




From: David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...>

Subject: ‘47 Sedan

Hello all,
Please bear with me as I continue to learn about Crosleys. One recently came up for auction about an hour away from me. Public inspection will not be available until next week but I need to run something past you before that happens. The auction house lists the VIN as CE79325. I thought that a CE was a military engine? Also states automatic transmission. Is that possible? The nose looks like it’s correct for the year from what I’ve gleaned from the club web site. No idea if it runs/ stops/ steers, etc. Pictures look like a solid body  but no interior or engine shots. It’s not a show car but appears complete and is up on air.
I know it’s a reach, but what is the price range for a running ‘47 sedan, assuming it is a driver or close to it. Please give me your high/low and I can figure out where it falls when I see it and get more details.

Thanks for your help!
Dave


Re: ‘47 Sedan

Butch
 

David,

CE, will be an engine number, for some stupid reason, a number of states used the engine number for title and registration purposes.

No, automatic transmissions were never used in Crosleys, from the factory. Who knows what someone may have done in the mean time.

Pricing, I will leave to others, as they're all over the place.

Butch

On 5/14/2020 6:04 PM, David Stubenvoll wrote:




From: David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...>

Subject: ‘47 Sedan

Hello all,
Please bear with me as I continue to learn about Crosleys. One recently came up for auction about an hour away from me. Public inspection will not be available until next week but I need to run something past you before that happens. The auction house lists the VIN as CE79325. I thought that a CE was a military engine? Also states automatic transmission. Is that possible? The nose looks like it’s correct for the year from what I’ve gleaned from the club web site. No idea if it runs/ stops/ steers, etc. Pictures look like a solid body  but no interior or engine shots. It’s not a show car but appears complete and is up on air.
I know it’s a reach, but what is the price range for a running ‘47 sedan, assuming it is a driver or close to it. Please give me your high/low and I can figure out where it falls when I see it and get more details.

Thanks for your help!
Dave

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Re: ‘47 Sedan

Gabriel Haddad
 

Can you send the link for the auction listing?


On Thu, May 14, 2020, 6:04 PM David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...> wrote:




From: David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...>

Subject: ‘47 Sedan

Hello all,
Please bear with me as I continue to learn about Crosleys. One recently came up for auction about an hour away from me. Public inspection will not be available until next week but I need to run something past you before that happens. The auction house lists the VIN as CE79325. I thought that a CE was a military engine? Also states automatic transmission. Is that possible? The nose looks like it’s correct for the year from what I’ve gleaned from the club web site. No idea if it runs/ stops/ steers, etc. Pictures look like a solid body  but no interior or engine shots. It’s not a show car but appears complete and is up on air.
I know it’s a reach, but what is the price range for a running ‘47 sedan, assuming it is a driver or close to it. Please give me your high/low and I can figure out where it falls when I see it and get more details.

Thanks for your help!
Dave


‘47 Sedan

David Stubenvoll
 





From: David Stubenvoll <David.Stubenvoll@...>

Subject: ‘47 Sedan

Hello all,
Please bear with me as I continue to learn about Crosleys. One recently came up for auction about an hour away from me. Public inspection will not be available until next week but I need to run something past you before that happens. The auction house lists the VIN as CE79325. I thought that a CE was a military engine? Also states automatic transmission. Is that possible? The nose looks like it’s correct for the year from what I’ve gleaned from the club web site. No idea if it runs/ stops/ steers, etc. Pictures look like a solid body  but no interior or engine shots. It’s not a show car but appears complete and is up on air.
I know it’s a reach, but what is the price range for a running ‘47 sedan, assuming it is a driver or close to it. Please give me your high/low and I can figure out where it falls when I see it and get more details.

Thanks for your help!
Dave


Re: DALE: WILL BE AT MOUND HOUSE SAT MORN CAN BE AT YOUR'S BETWEEN 11-12 ANDY

dale@servicemotors.net
 

Ok sounds good


On May 14, 2020, at 8:43 AM, Andy Beach <andybeach@...> wrote:



 

 

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DALE: WILL BE AT MOUND HOUSE SAT MORN CAN BE AT YOUR'S BETWEEN 11-12 ANDY

Andy Beach
 

 

 

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Re: Clutch and pressure plate

Butch
 

6" possibly has a bit smoother engagement. The 6 1/2 has more holding power. Both of those claims are subject to conditions.

Yes, the flywheel/pressure plates, have different bolt patterns.

Butch

On 5/14/2020 10:02 AM, Mike Mayberry wrote:
Good morning from California,
I see from Service Motors there is a 6 inch and a 61/2 inch clutch and pressure plate. Is there a difference in performance of the clutch? Are the bolt holes different ?  What cars used 6 vs 61/2. I have a Faegol 44 I am installing in my hotshot. Just want to make sure I get the right clutch.
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Sun visors

 
Edited

Hello, I am looking for a set of sun visors for inside. Condition does not matter. Must have the bracket with the 3 screw holes and the rod.
Thanks in advance.
frank pinto
www.crosleygarage.com ( crosley art car)


Clutch and pressure plate

Mike Mayberry
 

Good morning from California,
I see from Service Motors there is a 6 inch and a 61/2 inch clutch and pressure plate. Is there a difference in performance of the clutch? Are the bolt holes different ?  What cars used 6 vs 61/2. I have a Faegol 44 I am installing in my hotshot. Just want to make sure I get the right clutch. 


Re: New to the group

Jim Bollman
 

I agree, I have left him on Moderate after the last one slipped through.

Jim...

On May 14, 2020, at 9:41 AM, ROBERT BAKER <bkrsdoz@...> wrote:

Looks like SPAM to me.


Re: New to the group

ROBERT BAKER
 

Looks like SPAM to me.


Re: New to the group

Spock Arnold
 

Sure,  tell us about yourself, your cars, or what cars you want!! Participate in discussion and have fun!  Welcone!!

On May 13, 2020 9:30 PM, lelahrobinson76@... wrote:
Hey everyone, new to the group. 
Very excited for this group's content.
Any tips or advice as a new member of the group?


Re: New to the group

James Dlapa
 


Hi Welcome to the group.
 Feel free to ask any questions here. Everyone is more than helpful. Do you have any Crosley’s yourself? Where are you located? 


On Wed, May 13, 2020 at 6:33 PM <lelahrobinson76@...> wrote:
Hey everyone, new to the group. 
Very excited for this group's content.
Any tips or advice as a new member of the group?


New to the group

lelahrobinson76@...
 

Hey everyone, new to the group. 
Very excited for this group's content.
Any tips or advice as a new member of the group?


Re: Tin block help

nadno1
 

Well after re-looking and finally removing the valve cover the pump is now installed, that's Butch and Jim fir your help as usual.



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From: "nadno1 via groups.io" <nadno1@...>
Date: 5/11/20 1:34 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] Tin block help

Butch, I will look again but when you run your finger in the hole it all feels like solid tin  all around with no openings for the pump shaft, 



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-------- Original message --------
From: "Butch via groups.io" <butch46988@...>
Date: 5/11/20 1:06 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: Crosley-Gang@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Crosley-Gang] Tin block help

Neal,

I have never seen a Tin Block, with the fuel pump mounting location, any where but the front of the camshaft area.

The fuel pump is NOT driven by the camshaft itself, but rather by an eccentric on the camshaft gear, directly behind the teeth.

Butch

On 5/11/2020 1:20 PM, nadno1 via groups.io wrote:
Hello, I am in the process of putting together  running display tin motor, Did some tin motors not have provisions for a fuel pump, mine is plated off, when you look inside it appears there is no access to the camshaft?  So if this is true what is my best option, tank above for gravity feed or a 6 volt elec. pump.
Thanks in advance for any help.
Neal in Iowa

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