Took awhile, but I finally got them done. They are all for one customer.
Front to back: T-4256 (1910 Jacobson-Brandow); T-4215 (1909-10 Kingston); T-4232 (1911 Kingston); T-4238 (1912 Kingston).
The dark areas on the Kingston cases are reflections of some kind.
I don't know how you find time. What a great resource. I enjoy just seeing them.
Those are too pretty to hide in a coil box. I'd have to come up with some kind of clear, lidless coil box just to show them off.
Seth, that's a cool idea! Or just a clear lid in order to see them. I was fortunate enough to have a set of practically new brass top coils come with my '13 I just brought home last weekend, and it's a shame to hide them under the otherwise beautiful wood lid. I might just drive around once in a while with the lid off!
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Nice! Ya, it would be a shame to have to cover these up in the coil box.
R.V. Rebuilt the J.B. Coils for me late '11 box and they're awesome..... Car runs great. Those coils were only used for about 5 or 6 weeks, so finding someone that knows how to work on them is not easy.
RV I tried to answer your email on the message board but can't seem to get them to work any more. Do what you want with the coil I sent you. perhaps someone else can use it.
Attention to detail is fantastic!
I appreciate what you do for the hobby.
The Coil Doctor
Thanks for all the kind words. Here are a couple of the boxes they go in: the left hand box is a new 1910 Jacobson-Brandow; the box on the right is a new 1913 K-W. The darker appearance in the right photo is just the lighting.
He must be one lucky guy to have the cars to put all those coils in!