Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

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Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by RGould1910 » Tue Jun 01, 2021 6:45 pm

I will be liquidating my collection of early parts, mostly 1909-10 at the Auburn Swap meet this coming Sunday.  Most parts are in excellent restored or unrestored condition.

The parts include 

A Ray Wells body with top, upholstery and side curtains by Ernie Romero. Included are  Rootlied front and rear fenders splash apron and a hood.  The body and fenders replicate an early 1909 touring car with a roll down windshield

Three tapered front leaf springs.

One narrow gage one piece pan

One 7 river pan

Two narrow gage square hole transmission covers

One each T 191 and T 191 B drive shaft spools

One DB front axle

One 09-10 front axle complete with correct spindles, drag link and tie rod

One 09-10 steering column

One 1911 steering column

One 1911-12 drag link

A few sets of cast end radius rods, fair to excellent condition

A true 1910 driveshaft

One brass windshield frame

Two frames. One 1909-10, one 1911

Two cast cam handbrakes

One 1909-10 intake manifold

One 1909-10 hand crank

One early front motor mount

Two 403B 1909-1911 timing gear covers

Two 1910 open valve engines

One 1913 pan

One set 1909-10 Rear fender brackets

Obe brass horn

A set of early brake rods

Prices have not yet been determined. Out of respect to swap meet participants, no items will be pre sold prior to Sunday.


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Re: Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by RGould1910 » Tue Jun 01, 2021 7:28 pm

Forgot to add

2 sets of 6 rivet rear end housings


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Re: Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by RGould1910 » Wed Jun 02, 2021 1:31 am

Bob McDonald. There was no return email address on the message you sent thru the website so I'll answer here. The first open valve engine is numbered in the 20000s. It it in storage so I wont know until I retrieve it for the swap meet. It is a bare block with a later crank. A true 10 that hasn't been messed with, it has no babbitt in the main saddles. It has one or two freeze cracks that need repair. It's a good block not rust pitted, can't remember the bore but I believe it's standard.
The second block cannot be identified because someone in its past chisled off the date and motor number. There is a small number stamped on the rail, 15xxx and it was sold to me at the Lowe sale as a 1910. It has new babbitt and a balanced crank. It has hardened seats and new valves. It has been bored I believe 30 thou os, but no rods. The crank is ground either .020 or .030 under at the rod journals. No problems. The size of the number boss indicates it is not 09. Both blocks are genuine not made up from later blocks.


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Re: Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by Scott Rosenthal » Wed Jun 02, 2021 6:05 pm

What is the meet location and what is the start time please?
Thx, Scott

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Re: Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by Chris Instness » Wed Jun 02, 2021 7:05 pm

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Re: Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by RGould1910 » Wed Jun 02, 2021 9:25 pm

Respectful of those who attend the swap meet I will not promise to sell or in fact sell parts prior to the swap meet. Thanks to those who contacted me expressing an interest. But I once had a bad experience as an attendee hoping to find parts advertised only to discover they had been sold by phone to a supposed friend earlier. Someone who I had told about the sale but knew I was traveling 400 miles to see them up close.
The items that do not sell will be listed for sale on this website.


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Re: Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by 1913Runabout » Thu Jun 03, 2021 7:58 pm

I am looking for a DB front axle and will be at the swap meet. Yes, I am driving 400 miles to get there. Do you have a space number?
Thanks
Brian

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Re: Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by Bob McDaniel » Fri Jun 04, 2021 12:52 am

I wish this were posted in time for me to find someone to pick some things up from that list. Anyone headed back through Indiana after the meet?
Give an old car guy a barn and he won't throw anything away.


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Re: Early parts at Auburn, mostly 09-10

Post by RGould1910 » Sat Jun 05, 2021 3:55 pm

Looking to see old friends and make new ones. Please stop by and introduce yourself. I'll in the spaces next to the fence just behind the concession area.
Richard Gould and Bette

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