Can anyone help me identify this early car body? It has an aluminum cowl. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I plan on bringing it to Chickasha to sell.
My New Year's Resolution was to learn to post on the Forum. My Step-Grandson has helped me in the past and is going to teach me how to do it on my own.
I just installed a KW Coil Box on my 13, and first start was a "free start". I took a short drive on a beautiful sunny day. The temperature was 8 degrees above zero-I must have had too many clothes on because I worked up a sweat.
According to the Minneapolis paper, we had the 10th coldest January since 1885, and December was pretty much the same. We own a cattle feed lot, so much time is spent outside. On the farm, it's usually 5-8 degrees colder on still mornings according to the official Minneapolis weather report. In the Twin Cities the population is 2.5 million, so they benefit from the urban heat.
Thanks in advance for any information on the car body. If I don't answer back, I haven't mastered this yet !
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Dan Goodhue, MN
I believe that is the remains of Santa's sleigh.
I was sent a PM that the car body is a 1910 Overland Model 38 I am bringing to Chickasha thanks Dan