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  1. Steffen Jobst
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    Specially the cop motive:

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    The Stutz Blackhawk V-16 engine DSCF8694.JPG went on to race in the INDY 500. Bob DSCF8693.JPG
     
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    from Nevada

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    Found another upholstery ad:

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    Meanwhile in Europe:

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    From a 1955 Repco engine parts catalogue... repco roo 1955.JPG
     
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    And now for something scary... lucas pacemaker 1964.jpeg
     
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    LUCAS? I never had the problems others claim to have had with Lucas but...........
     
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    So do I:

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    Me either, Six Ball; 40 years behind the parts counter makes me think most Lucas problems are on old, poorly maintained, or just plain worn-out vehicles...
    But still, if I had a Lucas pacemaker I would think twice about going outdoors on cold rainy nights...
     
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    On night my old 441 Victor ran out of gas a couple of miles from home. I turned on the lights, put it in 2nd, held the compression release, and pushed it home . The headlight was just as bright as when it was running. But the Lucas Lingerie, I wish I had more experience there.:rolleyes:
     
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    Forget Lucas - here comes Perma-lift!

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  20. fol
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    Well, that was a rather uplifting post; far from pointless...
     
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    1953... I now seriously need a water alcohol inductor!
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  22. rudestude
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    These old books are so cool to look threw, got some wild stuff in them
    1934 Mechanics and Handicraft
    From my own collection[​IMG]

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    Popular Mechanics July 1936
    I have almost every issue of these from 1934 to somewhere in the mid 60's, some of stuff that guys built in there basements ,for the times, is incredible...it's funny to see people's ideas and stories of there views on the future ,from there time period,and the fact that some of the stuff that seamed wacky to them we have seen it happen and then some...[​IMG][​IMG]

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    rudestude

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    rudestude

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    Pictorial Review December 1932
    Figured with all them shots of the lady's I better throw some into the mix....[​IMG]

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    Another... Pictorial Review
    October 1926[​IMG]
    Madame Jeannette De Cordet

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