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Old 09-23-2010, 09:20 AM
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Need Vintage Acme Carb Kit List

Does anybody have a list or know where to get one for vintage Acme carb rebuilb kits? I just bought out an old auto parts storeroom, the thing has nothing newer than 1969 and stuff going way back. any help would be much appreciated..
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I don't know the address but this guy should be able to help ya!


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I don't think he can help because of the law suit.

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Old 09-23-2010, 09:41 PM
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Where the h*** did you find that?
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Old 09-24-2010, 01:38 PM
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I've got 100 of them! Only half are Acme, the rest are Sorensen, FOMOCO and Tiliison. Dude, I have soooo many NOS parts right now, I'm swimming in them. I going to start working on the Trico wipers today, maybe the flasher relays too. Like I said, nothing newer than 1969, it's pretty cool...
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I've got 100 of them! Only half are Acme, the rest are Sorensen, FOMOCO and Tiliison. Dude, I have soooo many NOS parts right now, I'm swimming in them. I going to start working on the Trico wipers today, maybe the flasher relays too. Like I said, nothing newer than 1969, it's pretty cool...
How about posting some more pics, I like to see some of these NOS parts.
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Old 09-24-2010, 08:31 PM
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Sure, I only have a couple boxes I brought home from storage today to work on. Most parts were still on shelves, a little dusty, but they clean up excellent. I have a 10x20 storage full, theres some 10 boxes full of manly valves alone..I bring it home a couple boxes ata time to sort and clean..
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there's a mix of everything...
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I'm working on the wipers, some are from the 30's, I really need some books to work from, even the net is barely helpful...
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Yeah if you post some of the unknowns, I'm sure someone on here can help ID them for you. Those tail light lenses look like new, I bet those go real fast when your ready to sell. I remember a place called May Auto Parts when I needed parts in the late sixties, had all his stuff like yours on shelves. He didn't use parts manuals at all, you asked for a part and he would just walk to the self and get it. The guy knew everything by memory, no computers in them days. In fact I don't remember even seeing any parts manuals. Might be hard finding parts manuals now for them but I bet there are a few guys still around that remember them by sight. Sorry I was a mechanic not a parts guy, but may be able to help with a few of the late sixties ones.
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I hope you got a good selection of breaker points- they've gotten stupid-expensive to buy.
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I have a whole box of points, brush sets, magneto parts, flashers...I'm really not looking to rape people like the swap meets, I don't go to them just for that reason. 5-10 bucks here and there, you get the part you need, both happy! I'll keep posting pictures as I open boxes, here's one, a delco remy switch 1998684 and a starter drive rebuilt Bendix 1171 or Apeco A 1190, how about a Trico AL-70-C wiper arm..
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