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1951 super

John Stein
 

restoring a 51 super looking for info on motor. the car has the vita mix bracket on it. here are the motor #s.

Re: Looking for information on a tin block (COBRA) I have.

dalef62
 

Patricia,
Do you have any pictures?  

I will have to dig through my past issues and find that Quarterly, Fred!
Thank you for all the information!
Dale

Re: farmoroad seat

PATRICIA GRITTI
 

Hi Brian
My cell number is 610-299-4549.
Don

On December 8, 2019 at 2:39 PM "Brian Dlapa via Groups.Io" <treestumpbvd@...> wrote:

 
 
hey can I get your phone number brian 414-403-5547

 
On Monday, October 14, 2019, 07:41:29 PM CDT, Brian Dlapa via Groups.Io <treestumpbvd@...> wrote:


 
 
thanks for pics jeff

 
On Monday, October 14, 2019, 07:33:57 PM CDT, crosleyshortsport <crosleyshortsport@...> wrote:


 
 

 

Re: farmoroad seat

Brian Dlapa
 

hey can I get your phone number brian 414-403-5547

On Monday, October 14, 2019, 07:41:29 PM CDT, Brian Dlapa via Groups.Io <treestumpbvd@...> wrote:


thanks for pics jeff

On Monday, October 14, 2019, 07:33:57 PM CDT, crosleyshortsport <crosleyshortsport@...> wrote:


Re: farmoroad seat

crosleyshortsport
 

Brian,  I can do a paper pattern, though it might be a few days. I am not at home for a while. It might be best to remind me in a few days.


On Sat, Dec 7, 2019, 1:12 PM Brian Dlapa via Groups.Io <treestumpbvd=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
is it possible to get a paper pattern of the plywood

On Friday, December 6, 2019, 07:42:01 PM CST, Tim Hamblen via Groups.Io <flinttim=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:


You can use the small staples they use to run phone wires to staple to the base.

Re: Looking for information on a tin block (COBRA) I have.

PATRICIA GRITTI
 

Hope you'll forgive a saguay on Fred's message. Can't resist saying I have a fiberglass TCI T-bucket body to sell. Would anyone like to do a Crosley T?
Asking $300.
We'[re in Southeast Pa. 
donald-gritti@...

On December 8, 2019 at 12:57 PM fred@... wrote:

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See the Winter 2012 Quarterly for a little on Larry. Also he has re-done a fabulous Crosley bucket T street rod. I can call and see if he knows anything more on that engine - he used t do the restoration work for Paul Hayes (NJ).

 

Re: Looking for information on a tin block (COBRA) I have.

fred@...
 
Edited

See the Winter 2012 Quarterly for a little on Larry. Also he has re-done a fabulous Crosley bucket T street rod. I can call and see if he knows anything more on that engine - he used t do the restoration work for Paul Hayes (NJ).

Club Store Update in Time For Christmas

Jim Bollman
 

I update the clubs merchandize store web page with the latest additions from our store keepers.

Check it out for some Christmas presents, but don't wait too long, not a lot of time left.

http://crosleyautoclub.com/ClubForSale.html

Re: farmoroad seat

Brian Dlapa
 

is it possible to get a paper pattern of the plywood

On Friday, December 6, 2019, 07:42:01 PM CST, Tim Hamblen via Groups.Io <flinttim@...> wrote:


You can use the small staples they use to run phone wires to staple to the base.

Re: farmoroad seat

Tim Hamblen
 

You can use the small staples they use to run phone wires to staple to the base.

Re: farmoroad seat

Tim Hamblen
 

The reinforcement wire around the springs goes at the top, at least on every coil spring seat I have ever done and that is likely in the hundreds.

Re: Pipes in engine oil pans

L.E. Hardee
 

That set up with the rope starter and governor sounds like a generator.  Most of them also had the water pipes through the oil pan also


On Thu, Dec 5, 2019 at 7:30 PM Richard Mansell <rpmansell@...> wrote:
I have an iron block with similar set up. It also ;has a governor  a magneto ignition and a rope starter. Anyone have history on this configuration? I suspect a military industrial unit.

Pipes in engine oil pans

Richard Mansell
 

I have an iron block with similar set up. It also ;has a governor  a magneto ignition and a rope starter. Anyone have history on this configuration? I suspect a military industrial unit.

Re: Looking for information on a tin block (COBRA) I have.

Butch
 

There is?? a Larry Fissette, in Depere, WI.

That is the only one, that I know.

Butch

On 12/5/2019 3:25 PM, dalef62 wrote:
I got this tin block several years ago from central PA and got it out the other day to see if I could get it running.?? It runs!?? Now the puzzle starts.?? There is a hang tag attached to the engine that says "ICE BOAT" & "RUNS GOOD"?? Then what looks like Fissette.?? Then the price.?? Is Fissette the gentleman's name that owned it????? Then the next part of the puzzle, The oil pan has a 1/2" black iron pipe running through it.?? It enters and exits on the left(drs) side one towards the front and the other towards the back, brazed in.?? It has two 90 degree elbows inside and a pipe to connect it all together.?? It looks to be a cooling/heating device, running water through it????? It also has a plate(1.5" x 1.5") brazed on between the two pipes on the outside of the pan.
Does anyone have any incite on it??? Recognize the name Fissette? Maybe it will come to Wauseon next year??? Who has the Vision???
Dale

Re: Looking for information on a tin block (COBRA) I have.

Andy Farley
 

Sounds like they put the pipe in the oil pan as an oil heater. Makes sense if it was used in an ice boat.

Re: 12v electric water pump

Andy Farley
 

I finally fired it up with the Prius water pump installed and as soon as the thermostat opened up the the temp went to exactly the middle on the temp gauge. Haven't taken it on the road yet, but I think the Prius water pump is going to work well. I'll check to see how another Prius water pump that I have will work with 6 volts very soon.

Looking for information on a tin block (COBRA) I have.

dalef62
 

I got this tin block several years ago from central PA and got it out the other day to see if I could get it running.  It runs!  Now the puzzle starts.  There is a hang tag attached to the engine that says "ICE BOAT" & "RUNS GOOD"  Then what looks like Fissette.  Then the price.  Is Fissette the gentleman's name that owned it???  Then the next part of the puzzle, The oil pan has a 1/2" black iron pipe running through it.  It enters and exits on the left(drs) side one towards the front and the other towards the back, brazed in.  It has two 90 degree elbows inside and a pipe to connect it all together.  It looks to be a cooling/heating device, running water through it???  It also has a plate(1.5" x 1.5") brazed on between the two pipes on the outside of the pan.
Does anyone have any incite on it?  Recognize the name Fissette?  Maybe it will come to Wauseon next year?  Who has the Vision???
Dale

Re: 12v electric water pump

ray tooley
 

Very interesting


On Mon, Dec 2, 2019 at 4:38 PM, Andy Farley
<farleya1@...> wrote:
When I get the time I'll try running it on 6volts to see how it does. Could be a while though.

Re: 12v electric water pump

Andy Farley
 

When I get the time I'll try running it on 6volts to see how it does. Could be a while though.

Re: 12v electric water pump

crosleyshortsport
 

I am curious to know how the pump will run on a 6 volt system.


On Mon, Dec 2, 2019, 1:50 PM Andy Farley <farleya1@...> wrote:
I've been having trouble getting the water pump aligned properly behind my alternator so that the pump doesn't leak. I decided to develop an electric water pump setup. I think I've got it worked out. I'm using a Prius inverter water pump. It's supposed to provide about 5 gpm. From what I've learned from my research this should be about right. Attached is a picture of the setup. This is just a prototype. I'll let you know how it goes once I get it fired up again. It's hard to see but I've added nipples for the heater once I get it ready.