Original 1920's Weaver Curb Jack. Advertised by Weaver as their most convenient Jack on the market for changing tires etc. Not easy to find and very collectable. $175 plus shipping.
I have one also and would not take $1,000 for it. It belonged to my grandfather and when I was young I would jack up cars for him...it took all my weight to do it. When he died my uncles were cleaning out the garage and they were going to throw it into the scrap bin. Just this week my son-in-law told me he went "old school" and used it on a Saturn and had some trouble figuring it out.
Heavy and long but no way to leak down like a hydraulic jack. Excellent jack and much safer (but still use stands).
Larry, are those "Doc" Wallaces's disc wheels? They look good and glad you got them.
Yes they are,
Thank You Tim.
If You run into any rims for sale, let me know.
I have a similar one, have to look and see if it's a Weaver.
I used it on all kinds of stuff when I was a kid. If you could push the handle down, it would pick it up.
Mines not for sale either, Tim !