I have a '25 Dodge Bros Business Sedan restored in the '60s. The rear seat is original leather, while the front leather was redone. This spring there was quite a bit of mild due on the old leather. After cleaning it I used an anti mold product meant for boating. I followed that with a leather softener hoping to keep it softer and limit cracking. At some point I'll probably replace it too, but hope I can delay that. Do any of you have an anti-mold product or treatment that you like for leather?
Another problem I have with the DB is knowing how often to turn the grease cup to lube the clutch bearing. It's located on the floor board with a tube leading to the clutch. Since the car isn't driven daily I never know how to handle it. I thought maybe once or twice a summer would be OK since it rarely goes out of town.
I hoped I could ask these questions because of the connection between Henry and the Dodge Brothers.
('26 T Roadster)
This might be just what you need;