Liked Steve's ID so much have to do one too!
Dan that looks like the stuff at the bottom of any one of a number of coffee cans out in my shop.
Wait - nUmber 10 - Inside door latch/lock lever
I know some of those, but I'm not telling.
Steve, I wish you knew all of them, as I don't
I know #1 has been discussed recently
I know all but #1. Perhaps it's part of a gas lamp?
#1 is the spark/gas rod guide on the earlier brass era steering column. I'm not telling on the rest (yet). :-)
#1 goes on the spark or throttle rod and the steering column to keep the small rods from rattling.
#2. Body panel bolt?
#3. I don't know
#4. Interior trim screw
#5. Hood clip spring
#6. Magneto shim
#7. Generator terminal insulator
#8. Hood shelf bolt
#9. Hood shelf bushing for head lamp wires
#10. Interior door knob
Number 1 will definitely get the shaft....
Ah, brass era. That's why I had no clue on #1.
Hint - #3 is made of pure zinc.
Your off on some others.
Ed, Some parts were just born to.....Kinda like the caste system in India. :-)
#4 looks like a 26 coupe windshield hinge screw
#8 is the column mounted horn button clamping screw. troop
1- spark /gas rod guide
2- fender running board nut & bolt
3- interior side panel female snap
4- dash screw and switch screw
5- lock spring/throttle/spark spring
6- field coil shim
7- starter post insulator
8- hose clamp bolt & nut
9- key switch part
10- lock door knob cap 4 door
You guys are real good at this!
Stephen got many, same with John.
#1, #2, #3 and #4 were a bit tough.
ex-trooper got #8
1. p/n 3532 Throttle lever guide
2. Bolt/nut used for rear body panel fastener on Improved open cars, and where you see it most, to fasten p/n3662C Fender Mount license plate/tail lamp bracket on '26-'27 open cars.
3. p/n45122X Zinc Grommet for the hole in the Improved open cars that secure the side curtain rods.
4. p/n6645X Brass nickel plated Bolt for windshield bracket (stanchion) to Instrument panel.
5. p/n3527 Spring for spark and throttle rods
6. p/n3272B Steel mag coil shim .025"
7. p/n5109 Starter grommet
8. Bolt and nut for steering column mount horn button bracket
9. Hood shelf grommet for insulating head lamp wiring.
10. Door lever knob 4DR
Dan do you have any # 3's extra? email@example.com
#3 is the side curtain socket for the top of the doors on a '26 - '27 Roadster or Touring.
Not all of these cars had this piece. Some had the stamped surface made to like somewhat like this piece, and later there was just a plain hole on top of the doors for the side curtain rod.
Next time I have a bunch of parts that I don't know where they go, I'm going to start one of these threads too.
I love this stuff! However, photos can be misleading! # 8 does kinda look like an early hood shelf bolt, except they used a square nut! Also, #6 is usually straight, not bent. Keep it up Dan. Keep us on our toes!!!
#2 nut and bolt
#8 screw with nut assembled on it
#'s 1, 3, 6, 7, 9 and 10 "things" or as they're more formally known "objects"
So anybody interested in attempting to prove me wrong. That wasn't much of a test.
#2 and #4 were also used on Model As so the test is a little loose. With the curve, I think everyone passed.
Good. I needed the extra credit.
#2 is also used extensively in '24 & 5 to hold the two side panels on the rear of the body, and also for the front body sill to firewall bracket.
The nut is 1/2" across the flats, NOT 7/16".
#6 appears to be steel, not brass, clip to hold side curtains on roadster, touring.