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Help! Unidentified eight wheeler

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Author: David Fernandez Monday, 06 July 2015

help!

David Fernandez: "In Usa... What is this ? - thanks.."


editor: hello David, this is a very wellknown car. The 1911 Reeves Octoauto.
http://www.american-automobiles.com/images/Reeves-1911.jpg
 
  
   

About the marque and cars named Rally

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Author: Tobias Wenzel Thursday, 02 July 2015

Rally Mystery

It is a french Rally, but when was it built? What’s the model name? How many have been built? And, yes some technical data would interesting, too (displacement, power, speed).

It has been displayed at the “Lufthansa Klassikertage” in Hattersheim, 2011 (http://www.klassikertage.de/).


The picture is from my website www.paledog.de

 
   

Alfa Romeo bodied by Brianza

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Author: David Barker Friday, 26 June 2015

Mystery Alfa

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hotos courtesy David Barker
 
  
   

Pre 1910 ohv jap engine?

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Author: robert axelrod Saturday, 20 June 2015

pre 1910  ohv jap engine?

hi! this motor turned up at hershey, pa swap meet! trying to date it! the cam cover is from a later motor, modified to fit this motor! pinion shaft is extra long and would stick out through the cam cover, so this motor was never a motorcycle engine! maybe cycle car, aero? bore and stroke 85.5mmx95mm, rocker arms are numbered  13,14,15,16,, i am thinking this motor is a 1906, as the motor # is 6101, case # 1, some of the internal parts -rods, cam followers are stamped #1, any ideas on the year and applaication for this engine will be appreciated! thank you for your time!
      
   

Backaxle Part, ALFA ROMEO ?

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Author: Siegfried Otto Hepp Saturday, 20 June 2015

Backaxle Part, ALFA ROMEO ?I am looking who knowes about this Backaxle Differecia House.
I bought it in the 70ties from Tognazzo in Zürich, in a Stock of ALFA ROMEO Parts. Till now, none of the Experts, I show the pic´s could tell me to which Model it could be.

any thanks
Siegfried Otto Hepp
Frankfurt Main
 
   

Old family picture

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Author: Ruud Sunday, 14 June 2015

Old family picture

Hi, had anyone An idea of the make and model of this car? Photo taken pre 1951.
I think it's an American 1930's car.

thanks, ruud

   

Rear passenger windscreen ? Le Telescope Eyquem - Paris

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Author: Stan Gilford Friday, 22 May 2015

Rear passenger windscreen ?  Le Telescope Eyquem - Paris  I purchased this item many years ago thinking it would fit my vintage Standard SLO4 Stratford Tourer - unfortunately it didn't.  Can you with your knowledge please let me know exactly what this is.  It is obviously French from the markings, it' s made of brass/copper and steel and is very heavy. The size is 120cms wide x 40cms high.  If you know anything about it perhaps you also know which car it would fit.  Always enjoy your email magazine, find it most interesting.  Keep up the good work.  Hope to hear from you soon.  

regards Stan Gilford, Chester, England.
      
   

klaxon horn numbering

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Author: roy wilson Sunday, 17 May 2015

I own a vintage klaxon klaxet 6v horn with the London address of Klaxon L:td. I am interested in ascertaining ther age of the horn by virtue of the manufacturing number imprinted on the horn, i.e. 469366. Can anyone help me.

Thanks

   

Unidentified hub spanner / wrench SPA

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Author: George Radion Thursday, 14 May 2015

Identify mystery hub spanner / wrench SPA







Can anyone identify the marque belonging to this hub wrench marked only S-P.A

I have marked the openings in inches, but in metric they would be 60mm x 33mm.
Any ideas are welcomed.
Found in Australia

George Radion 
   

vintage rear screen

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Author: s t gilford Thursday, 07 May 2015

vintage rear screenI am having a garage clear out and have I believe a rare vintage rear screen. It is made mostly of brass/copper some steel,it also has one piece of glass missing and a small threaded bolt broken, otherwise complete.name on item - Letelescope Eyouem Paris. Any info of what car it fits, an approxemet price would be most helpful  
     
   

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