Cleaning off a shelf can you please help identify
1st looks like some kind of cut out says timer on left top term. and bat on other side of top Auto-lite
Next a few hubcaps
next Stewart vacuum fuel feed
any help will do thank you forum, Bob
The hub caps are Durant company for the Star car.The star was the low end car and the Locomobile was the high end.
How about the one with the wings, any idea, Bob
The Stewart vacuum tank was used on lots of cars up to the late 20's. Buicks and Dodges, many others. The star hubcaps fit the Star car. I think that was one of Billy Durant's ventures.
Wings are 1928 Chevrolet
Stewart vacuum could also be 28 Chevrolet. Looks identical to the one I had years ago.
Thank you forum anybody know about the 1st electrical item that one looks pretty cool, Bob
Looks like a transformer for an electric fence
Is that an Auto-Lite part # on the back IG-4034?
IG-4035 is closest # I find in automobile applications so this may be truck.
My eyes are not that good anymore to see what's on the bottom, does sat timer and bat on the face, is this some type of regulate its back is rounded like a cutout but very large
It's an Autolite ignition coil, with a ballast resistor. Looks like the ones used on teens era Buicks and probably a bunch of other cars too.
Thank you, Bob
That type of fuel pump system was very common to the old cars such as Nash, Buick and many others. It is almost identical to the one on the 29 Nash Special Six I just sold.
Jerry Van is right. It's an ignition coil.