If you have antique auto related items or accessory's this could be fun
List the picture then see who comes up with the correct answer
I will start with this one
Face a lite
Let us see the winner, Bob
"Face-A-Lite" Sun Visor
Looks like we might have a winner, your turn, Bob
You need to post something without a name on it
Will do, We might know what this is but what does it fit
This might be a hard one, Bob
Looks like some part of a carburetor, possible float bowl.
PS: if correct, what manufacturer & what automobile used this
It's a float bowl for a KD Type B carburetor for a Maxwell 1915-21.
Thank you Howard.
Maxwell 1915 - More Automobile than You ever hoped for at $695
Here's a go at this game, This is for my good friend Ken Leblanc.
Sorry James, that's not correct.
It is one of those combination exhaust and intake manifolds. I don't recognise the brand.
Is it a heat riser for a 1930's Buick?
I agree with Howard. Heat riser,....but I sure don't know what make, model or year vehicle it's for! I'd guess something in the '50's or so,.....harold
Bill is getting very close. Sorry Howard & Harold both very good guesses but not correct. I'll add another photo to help everyone out.
This from down under,offered by Duncan and Fraser for use with another add on.
Allan from down under.
Foot feed bell crank ? Bob
It looks like it will be a long and cold winter.
OK here is my unique part ...
Ok, now we're bordering on the ridiculous. If you can show a nut, I can show this.
Donnie, is that a spindle locking nut?
Howard. You got it. I have never seen another like it. It may be a common item, but Ive only seen this one. It works very well and does away with the cotter key. There was only the one on the car I found it on. Here is another pic of it and a standard spindle nut.
Below is an ad for the Holley Vapor Manifold, which closely resembles your item. I must apologize for the crummy picture. The ad reads that included with the intake manifold is the exhaust manifold and necessary connections. The special exhaust manifold has a extension which mates with the opening in the top of the intake manifold in your picture.
"Another one of those combination intake and exhaust manifolds." Bill
Here is a new one. You are just missing the key.
Ken Kopski Due to the filament in it I guess it's a light bulb
Dang me Bob,you got it in one! I thought I had a tough one.
Here is the throttle closed.
Here the foot feed is open.
When the hand throttle is used, it overrides the foot feed,allowing it to be used as standard. It works like a cruise control.
Allan from down under.
Congratulations Bill Harper you have the correct answer and have won a second helping of treats at Monday's meeting of the Central New Hampshire Model T Club, see you there.
Gene - You're right that it is a light bulb but where/what does it go to on the Model T accessory?
Everready oil system. The bulb that goes in the milk glass warning lamp.