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Yesterday 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
Yesterday 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.
Yesterday 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.
Yesterday 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.
Yesterday 12:00 PM
bubba1955
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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]
Yesterday 11:10 AM
boothboy 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
Yesterday 10:45 AM
bubba1955 Since it's been a little while without a question I'll jump in with this one.
What year and make of car used this spark plug set up?
08-24-2016 08:08 PM
MARTINSR
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Tesla.......
It's your floor.

Brian
08-24-2016 08:08 PM
MARTINSR Yep, a Tesla drive assembly. This was on the back of a tow truck, notice that the suspension is all broken up.

Did you know that you or I can't buy any parts for a Tesla? You have to be an authorized repair shop, we can't buy a single part from what I understand. A friend of mine has a contract to paint chassis for them for displays.

Brian
08-24-2016 07:37 PM
idrivejunk
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
So it's not a Prius drive motor...
You can see the thing in the background
08-24-2016 07:27 PM
Too Many Projects
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About twenty grand worth of advanced technology and the sign of the future!

BB
So it's not a Prius drive motor...
08-24-2016 07:13 PM
boothboy About twenty grand worth of advanced technology and the sign of the future!

BB
08-24-2016 07:08 PM
LATECH Tesla.......
08-24-2016 07:06 PM
496CHEVY3100 Late model Corvette Z06 or Z07
08-24-2016 07:04 PM
MARTINSR What is it?

Brian
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