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Yesterday 03:07 PM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
I cant post picture ,,AGAIN,, seems everytime I try to post a picture on Trivia my computer goes out, have to get new password then try 15-20 times to sign ,this site issues me a temporary password and when I try to sign in I get message ,Wrong password try again,,after 5 trys I locks down and have to get another password
Today I can sign in,but not post pictures,
Come back when you have 10 postings under your belt so you can post pictures... LOL!
Copy and paste the new password in to make sure you have it correct...
I usually only come here via the link in an email from here, then the site knows who I am and I don't have to sign in... save an old email so you always have one to use...
Yesterday 02:10 PM
496CHEVY3100 I cant post picture ,,AGAIN,, seems everytime I try to post a picture on
Trivia my computer goes out,only does it on this site,who is the Administrator,,normally clears Everything have to get new password then try 15-20 times to sign ,this site issues me a temporary password and when I try to sign in I get message ,Wrong password try again,,after 5 trys I locks down and have to get another password ,same Message ,wrong password..it aint worth it,,someone ask a question.

Today I can sign in,but not post pictures,
Yesterday 11:45 AM
bubba1955 The hammer mold in the photos is an old one but you can still buy them new. Quality Make Your Own Hammer Kit Manufacturer RI
Yesterday 11:36 AM
bubba1955
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Originally Posted by 496CHEVY3100 View Post
Looks like a mold for a hammer,
Yup..Make your own 4 lb. lead mallet. Pretty handy if ya got knock off wheels.
You got the floor.
Yesterday 10:32 AM
496CHEVY3100 Looks like a mold for a hammer,
Yesterday 10:13 AM
bubba1955 Being as I've answered a few here without a question ready to keep it going I owe a few so I'll go again.
Anyone recognize this....(It may be too easy. The other pics I have of it will be a dead give away.)
Yesterday 08:49 AM
BuzzLOL Love that removable bronze cylinder and overhead valves head on that old Caddy engine!

I don't have anything off hand... anybody got a question in mind?
Yesterday 08:25 AM
bubba1955
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Originally Posted by BuzzLOL View Post
Has to be Cadillac... oldest company, Olds, not around any more... and Chevy didn't start till 1911... Pontiac started even later as a deluxe Chevy...
You got it BuzzLOL ... 1903-1908 one cylinder Cadillac.
Five inch bore..Five inch stroke...98.2 cu in. Ten horsepower.
You own the floor.

Yesterday 07:34 AM
BuzzLOL Has to be Cadillac... oldest company, Olds, not around any more... and Chevy didn't start till 1911... Pontiac started even later as a deluxe Chevy...
Yesterday 06:53 AM
bubba1955
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
I would venture to say a late teens Buick. Porcelain came into play in 1915.
The plugs look like early Champion Spark plugs.

Buick was very innovative with their mechanics.

BB
Not from a Buick and older than late teens.
But you're heading in the right direction.
Here's another hint..It's before 1910.
08-25-2016 10:35 PM
boothboy I would venture to say a late teens Buick. Porcelain came into play in 1915.
The plugs look like early Champion Spark plugs.

Buick was very innovative with their mechanics.

BB
08-25-2016 04:06 PM
bubba1955
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
HONDA ?? I believe they "manufacture" more cars in this country now than all of GM combined...

I was going to say John Deere but I haven't seen their latest model of cars.
Nope...Honda hasn't been making cars for 100 years and John Deere has never built a car.

I'll give you another hint...This make of car is in the GM line.
08-25-2016 03:30 PM
Too Many Projects
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I'll give you all a hint.... This engine is more than 100 years old and the this American car manufacturer is still in business today.
HONDA ?? I believe they "manufacture" more cars in this country now than all of GM combined...

I was going to say John Deere but I haven't seen their latest model of cars.
08-25-2016 12:08 PM
bubba1955 I'll give you all a hint.... This engine is more than 100 years old and the this American car manufacturer is still in business today.
08-25-2016 12:00 PM
bubba1955
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
Boy that's a good one!! I know who made the plugs but not the application. Was that unit retained by clamps or a snap ring?

BB
I believe a hold down clamp.
[Edit---Just double checked..Definitely a hold down clamp]
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