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.... the high-wheeler motor buggy. ....
My question name two of the top three best known.
Without Googling, I will guess based on the only three I have ever seen in person:

Reeves
Herreshoff
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Without Googling, I will guess based on the only three I have ever seen in person:

Reeves
Herreshoff
International Harvester
Well Msilveira you got one.

Joe you got one also.

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I think one was named Holsman is that correct?
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I think one was named Holsman is that correct?
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Rich you have one right also, Good going.

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Well I'm going to deduce that 2 of the top 3 would be International Harvester and Holsman. Nolan
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Well I'm going to deduce that 2 of the top 3 would be International Harvester and Holsman. Nolan
Nolan You win the big prize. Holsman was first Then I.H.C., or as you old farm boys know them International Harvester, and for those that would like to know the 3rd it was the Sears, sold by mail order.

Nolan you have the floor.

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That was easy, let others find the answers then sort it out.

Ok, This one will be fun and easy. In 1957, NASCAR allowed these Chevrolet engine parts. There were seven(7) different part numbers(GM). What were the parts and the part numbers to make it a little harder.
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Is it okay that I guessed the right answer? Are ya'll pissed, or I just got ya'll stumped. Or what? Nolan
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Is it okay that I guessed the right answer? Are ya'll pissed, or I just got ya'll stumped. Or what? Nolan
Every things good, anyone could have put two and two together, that's why I never said which was right on the first two answers.
I haven't looked yours up yet, thought it would look better if a Chevy guy answered it, instead of a ford guy, but I will start looking soon.

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Stumped over here Nolan

Hey how many wild guess do I get, 7 cams?, 7 carbs?, 7 heads,,,are better than 1
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That was easy, let others find the answers then sort it out.

Ok, This one will be fun and easy. In 1957, NASCAR allowed these Chevrolet engine parts. There were seven(7) different part numbers(GM). What were the parts and the part numbers to make it a little harder.
The part # might be tough, DAVE 57210 WHERE ARE YOU.

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One would be the single 4 barrel carb. Ford and Chevy built fuel injected cars that year. I will continue googlin!
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"Twenty-gallon tank has increased fuel capacity. Unit is complete with necessary filler neck, hoses, clamps and straps. Mounts same as standard tank..." Group 3.001, PN 3744079
In the photo, it shows two additional mounting straps going side-to-side.

Rear Axle. The rear end is is the drop-out carrier style, and has a removable back cover. It's also been braced, with a piece of tubing or solid rod going under the housing, side-to-side.

Axle Unit, Rear
Group 5.386, Part No. 3744020
"Unit is interghangeable with standard rear axle. Existing attaching parts can be used. Shop Manual overhaul procedure for the 1/2-Ton Truck axle is applicable."

Group 5.809, Hub and Drum Assy, Front Wheel. PN 3725816
Group 6.020, Knuckle, Steering, with nut. PN 3725025
Group 6.103, Arm, Steering Knuckle, LH PN 3729295
RH 3729296
Group 6.307, Hub, Front Wheel, PN 3744428
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That was easy, let others find the answers then sort it out.

Ok, This one will be fun and easy. In 1957, NASCAR allowed these Chevrolet engine parts. There were seven(7) different part numbers(GM). What were the parts and the part numbers to make it a little harder.
Engine 283, Fi for part of year then a 380cfm 4barrel,duel point centrifugal advance distributor, heads, cam, solid lifters, intake, and exhaust manifolds.

And I don't have a clue on part # as of yet,

Bob

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