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Re: 1929 tail light bezel
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John Wogec
Great. I will call them. Thanks.

Posted on: 2012/10/16 18:29
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1929 tail light bezel
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John Wogec
Hello,

Does anyone by chance have a spare "mint condition" HALLCO tail light bezel for a 1929 senior car lying around collecting dust? It was the one with three lights in one housing and a fourth light shining down on the license plate. If so, are you dying to get rid of it? I promise I will give it a good home. I have one, but like many I have seen it suffered trauma in the past, and I am spending lots of time trying ever so carefully to gently tap the wrinkles out of that thin brass. One came up on the internet two weeks ago and I missed it. AAAAGH.

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Posted on: 2012/10/16 17:33
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Re: sediment filter beneath Stewart Warner vacuum tank
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John Wogec
I will pass along any information I discover about the sediment bowl. I found a number for Henry Yeska online (610) 759-0230.

Posted on: 2012/8/23 21:58
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Re: sediment filter beneath Stewart Warner vacuum tank
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John Wogec
Thanks very much. I am not sure Henry Yeska is still around, but I will try to run him down.

Posted on: 2012/8/23 18:58
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Re: sediment filter beneath Stewart Warner vacuum tank
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John Wogec
Thanks. I feel like this car is a part of the family. It has been in somebody's garage since before I was born. I would love to hear it run someday.

Posted on: 2012/8/23 18:02
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sediment filter beneath Stewart Warner vacuum tank
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John Wogec
Hello,
I am new to this forum, which I find a tremendous resource! You guys know your stuff. I grew up with my grandfather's 1929 Seven Passenger Sedan, which I am now restoring. I have seen pictures of metal filter housing a glass bowl which threads into the bottom of the vacuum tank. Fuel gets filtered here on its way down to tthe carburetor. Does any one have one they would be willing to sell me? Any help would be greatly appreciated. jswogec@yahoo.com

Posted on: 2012/8/23 16:39
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