Looking for a good working Model A Horn. Not for “Show”–does not matter what kind. I Sold my 1928 Coupe, and just need one to put on it for the new owner. Looking around $100, CASH—in Chicago so must ship? THANKs Dale P.S. Movie Car is going to Penn.
Dale Dekok, BIGDADDYZAK2003@YAHOO.COM, (708) 663-8505, MIDLOTHIAN
Burned valves. Garage kept.
Dennis Hester, (912) 245-4294, LYONS, GA.
Riley 4 port cast iron head with aluminum manifolds. Year 1934. One rocker arm had been broken & welded back together. Additional photos upon request. If not sold the head will be at Turlock Swap on January 28 & 29, 2023.
Dennis Cling, firstname.lastname@example.org, (480) 777-1202, Tempe, Arizona
Like new rear axles $150, Crack free flywheel housings $150, NOS King Pin Sets $60, Ford king pin sets $75, spider gear sets $125, Ford clutch release bearings $30, rear spring shackle set $50, front spring shackle kits $50
Mike Siler, (336) 707-7586, email@example.com, NC.
Summer fun and learning were the opportunities offered by the youth coordinator, Emily Ellway, at the MARC National 2022 in Morgantown, PA. The kids that joined in for the disassembly and reassembly, on two different days, enjoyed the chance to learn how to take wheels off a chassis, by working together and to take a few parts off a motor. The chassis was loaned by someone trying to sell it and the motor was there in the repair tent. Unfortunately, by Friday, the host group had packed up the repair tent, so there were no tools to do the reassembly. Thankfully, Emily brought out what tools she had and a gentleman (with the long white beard in the photos) opened the back of his Model A pick up and let the kids use some of his tools to work on the engine, that they had disassembled on Tuesday. He was a very nice person and helped talk the kids through what they needed to do, when guidance was needed. Emily also had silly slime in her toolbox, so the kids had a fun finish to their afternoon. Boys and girls alike were so interested in helping. Emily did an amazing job along with her boyfriend, who played hopscotch with the littler girls when they got done in the parking lot. It’s great to see so much interest in doing this and all the adults that come to watch the kids, helps support the importance of this activity, especially for the future of the Model A and other Nationals to come.
Looking Glass A’s region
30 Tudor. Ran when parked but hasn’t run in 30 years. Engine loose, stored inside, has some of the original upholstery. Good wood, Good up to date iowa title.
Jerry Passehl, Jerrypassehl@gmail.com, (641) 512-0857