|Today 05:56 AM|
|Today 04:40 AM|
. Looks like a steering rack or master cylinder or slave cylinder... or a jack... or convertible top mechanism...
. A real rodder would have made that Duryea engine work instead of going with a furrin' Asian engine... even if had to add a Holley AFB carb. to it...
. Reminded me of the Brown motorcycle... Brown didn't like electricity... thought it was the devil's work... so used a candle or something to ignite the engine... didn't use a chain either, but a ratcheting drive...
|Yesterday 10:43 PM|
|Dave57210||Looks a bit like it may have been a very early transfer case for an old 4X4|
|Yesterday 10:22 PM|
|Yesterday 10:06 PM|
Looks like an axle tube conversion. Maybe a gear reduction unit or some kind of axle driven PTO thingy.
BTW, For a while I thought Dave's question was about the engine on the 1903 Wright Flyer.
|Yesterday 07:29 PM|
|Yesterday 07:04 PM|
|496CHEVY3100||looks like an overdrine unit ,to lower rpm,|
|Yesterday 06:54 PM|
What is this and what does it do?
|Yesterday 11:47 AM|
|wretched ratchet||That thing has a stance like a Tarantula|
|Yesterday 11:10 AM|
|Dave57210||Yup - you got it! Boothboy's turn next!|
|Yesterday 10:33 AM|
Probably the oldest car to cruise the streets of Prince George - Canadian Rodder Hot Rod Community Forum
|Yesterday 09:45 AM|
|Dave57210||Close - very close!|
|Yesterday 08:24 AM|
|Yesterday 12:57 AM|
Due to the massively unreliable nature of the original powerplant, he had installed a small Honda engine for this particular venture (does that make it a real old timey hotrod?), and my info comes from that source.
If no-one gets the answer by Tuesday eve, I'll post the answer
|07-28-2014 10:53 PM|
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