Wanted - Early 1924 Touring Car 30x3.5 Spare Rim Holder

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Wanted - Early 1924 Touring Car 30x3.5 Spare Rim Holder

Post by CudaMan » Sat Aug 01, 2020 11:25 am

Hello, I am looking for a nice 30x3.5 inch spare rim holder for a 1924 Touring car built in January, 1924. I think it would look like the one in this picture that I found on the old forum, would that be correct? Thanks!
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1924 Cut-off Touring (now a pickup)

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Re: Wanted - Early 1924 Touring Car 30x3.5 Spare Rim Holder

Post by RajoRacer » Sat Aug 01, 2020 11:31 am

Yes, that's the carrier you need.

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Re: Wanted - Early 1924 Touring Car 30x3.5 Spare Rim Holder

Post by RajoRacer » Sat Aug 01, 2020 11:31 am

I might have a disassemble one - I'll check.


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Re: Wanted - Early 1924 Touring Car 30x3.5 Spare Rim Holder

Post by Willie R » Wed Aug 26, 2020 2:47 am

There is one on ebay now.

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Re: Wanted - Early 1924 Touring Car 30x3.5 Spare Rim Holder

Post by CudaMan » Wed Aug 26, 2020 10:49 am

Thanks guys. Steve Tomaso offered up one, but his had some minor damage and was missing a couple of minor pieces. It was disassembled, which would have made it much easier to ship.

George House has a nice one and is currently looking at what it would take to ship it to me. I also got an offer for one from Tom Butterworth.

I hadn't seen the one currently on Ebay before, but it's pretty pricey compared to my other options. It has the stiffening dimple in the middle, which is probably a good thing for strength, but I think means it is a bit later production than 1924.

One way or another, it looks like I'll have one soon.

Thank you everyone for your help. :)
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