Phil’s Motorcar Parts

Staying “above ground” and “vertical” one day at a time!

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2005 Harley Springer Softail

The Curator

I grew up in Connecticut until I moved to Iowa to attend Iowa State University where I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology. I taught high school science for three years in Iowa before becoming a full-time beekeeper. After running 1200 hives of honeybees in southwestern Iowa for several years, I entered the Air Force and received a commission as a Second Lieutenant in 1980. I spent the next 28 years serving in the military as an officer and civil servant. On November 9, 2012, I decided to finally retire and start working to obtain the necessary funding to expand the museum.

I have been a “collector” since early childhood. This passion has grown and expanded through the years. I initially collected railroad tie date nails, a collection that now exceeds 25,000 nails dating from 1900 to 1980. I has also managed to amass over 4,000 bank notes from over 200 currency-issuing authorities worldwide. Eventually, I expanded my expertise by collecting marbles, lithographs and engravings, oil paintings, handmade bottles, antique Harley-Davidson motorcycles and spark plugs. My personal collection of Anchor Hocking items presently exceeds 15,000 pieces of glass, over 400 boxed sets, 75 glass mold sets, 250 wooden patterns, 500 blueprints, 25,000 pages of glass advertisements, and 500+ catalogs. The entire collection is now on display in the Anchor Hocking Glassware Museum in San Antonio, Texas. The museum will not have regular hours so the collection will be available only when the author is home.

Now that I have 20 motorcars, a double sickle mower, and a hydraulic crane, I built a facility to protect the cars. I recently installed a 14,000 lb. capacity car lift so that motorcar maintenance would be much easier.
After 40 trips to Granite City, Illinois, and countless excursion trips all over the United States I decided to update my Ford truck to a 2020 King Ranch Edition of the F-250 diesel. The King Ranch Edition has every option offered on the F-250 and I finally got the burgundy red color I wanted. It made a great early Christmas present!
Below are Google Earth images of Brown Rail in Granite City, Illinois. The top picture was taken in 2017 and the lower picture was taken in 2019 after the auction.

The listing was last updated on

3 October 2022

SPECIAL NOTE

The information related to my motorcar restorations, excursions, retirement activities, model railroading, ocean cruises, and faithful companions (3 cats) will be maintained in the “About the Curator” tab on the Anchor Hocking Glass Museum website. The website is located at http://anchorhockingmuseum.com/.

FREE SHIPPING TO EXCURSIONS

I will transport parts to excursions free of charge as long as they fit in my truck or on the trailer. Do not wait until the last minute to order parts for transport. Below is a list of the excursions which I plan to attend:
Farmrail Railroad – Clinton, Oklahoma – 23-24 April, 2022 (completed)
Red River & Western Railroad – LaMoure, North Dakota – 27-28 May, 2022 (completed)
DMV & W Railroad – Britton, South Dakota – 29-30 May, 2022 (completed)
Hudson Bay Railway Company -The Pas, Manitoba – 10-16 July, 2022 (completed)
Durango & Silverton Railroad – Silverton, Colorado – 5-7 September, 2022 (completed)
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad Chama, New Mexico – 8-11 September, 2022 (completed)
Grand Canyon Railroad, Williams, Arizona, 22-25 October 2022 (confirmed)

MOTORCAR PARTS

My sales will be done with the following conditions:
Contact Information: Philip L. Hopper, 6126 Bear Branch Drive, San Antonio, TX 78222
Phone: 210-845-4119
E mail: royalrubyman64@gmail.com
Right of Refusal I reserve the right to refuse to sell parts or motorcars to anyone at any time.
Address – All order must include the actual address where the order is going to be sent. The information MUST BE machine printed and NOT hand written. Please specify the section number for each part so it is easier to find the part in the inventory and make the invoice.
Payments – DO NOT send a check and list of parts wanted without me sending you an invoice first. The parts may be sold out and you won’t know what the shipping cost is. Orders received like this will be returned to the sender.
Mnimum Purchase Amount – There is a $50.00 minimum purchase requirement.
Shipping Charges – I generally try to use USPS Priority Mail Flat Rater Boxes when possible. Odd sized items (i.e., brake rods, body panels, etc.) may be taken to FedEx for packing and shipping at the buyer’s expense. Once package is turned over to shipper, I am in no way responsible for loss or damage. I strongly recommend insurance, at additional cost. Buyer must request and pay for insurance at time of order. We generally use USPS. Buyer can request other shipping methods, at additional cost.
Prices – All prices are NOT negotiable and subject to change without notice.
Part Size – Large parts (i.e., roofs, transmissions, windshields, etc.) can be either picked up in San Antonio, TX or delivered free of charge on my way to motorcar excursions. I travel all over the United States and Canada going on excursions and will meet the purchaser on the trip. I have done this in the past with engine blocks, roofs, and sets of wheels.
Local Pickup – Personal can arrange for local pickup of parts most days of the week. Until I have everything cataloged and sorted out I will not allow people to rummage through the parts. I have motorcars to restore and other activities that preclude me allowing people to shop through the inventory at this time.
Payment Method –DO NOT accept credit cards or Paypal. I WILL accept money orders or personal checks.
Shipping Date – I have no specific date when I ship parts. I generally ship parts once I receive payment.
NOTE 1 – All merchandise and equipment sold hereon is sold strictly in an “AS IS-WHERE IS” condition, without any warranties or guarantees as to the condition being made with respect to thereto, and any representations and warranties with respect to the condition of all merchandise and equipment noted hereon, whether express or implied are hereby disclaimed, including but not limited to any warranty of fitness of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Moreover, it is agreed that the buyer will indemnify and hold forever harmless the seller, Seller’s agents, and others associated with the Seller’s business against any and all claims and actions which at any time may be made or instituted against the said other parties arising on or after the date of purchase by the buyer.
NOTE 2 – All parts are in stock if they are on this listing. Since I will NOT be restocking parts from aftermarket sources, parts may be removed from the listing as they are sold out.
NOTE 3 All parts are New Old Stock (NOS) Fairmont unless otherwise noted. I DO NOT sell reproductions!
CONDITION – Prior to my purchase, all the parts have been in storage in Granite City, IL since transfer from the Fairmont Motorcar Company warehouse. Some parts may have light surface rust or discolorations.
STORAGE – Once parts are purchased they must be removed from the premises immediately unless other arrangements are made (i.e., delivery to an excursion). Parts left over 90 days will be returned to the inventory and no refunds will be issued on the original purchase.

WHEN ORDERING PARTS YOU MUST SPECIFY THE SECTION LOCATION FOR EACH PART AND USE THE DESCRIPTION LISTED IN THE INVENTORY; OTHERWISE THE ORDER WILL NOT BE PROCESSED! ALSO, INCLUDE YOUR ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER, IF THIS IS YOUR FIRST ORDER, SO I CAN CONTACT YOU IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS!

DO NOT SEND PDF, HANDWRITTEN, OR PRINTED LETTER FILES!! SEND ONLY WORD OR EXCEL FORMAT FILES!

SECTION ONE below contains the items that have been added to the website since the last update. This will make it much easier to determine what, if any, items have been recently added without searching through the entire motorcar parts listing. Parts in section one were relocated to the appropriate sections (2 through 16) on 19 December 2021.
SECTION NUMBERTITLE
Section OneNewly Listed Parts
Section TwoBelt Motorcar Parts
Section ThreeAxle Related Parts
Section FourBrake Related Parts
Section FiveSprocket Parts
Section SixTransmission Parts
Section SevenCurtains and Related Parts
Section EightCab Parts – Gaskets
Section NineCab Parts – Miscellaneous
Section TenCab Parts – Panels
Section ElevenCab Parts – Roofs
Section TwelveEngine Related Parts
Section ThirteenManuals
Section FourteenMiscellaneous Parts
Section FifteenWaukesha Motorcar Parts
Section SixteenUsed Motorcar Parts
Section SeventeenMotorcars and Trailers
Section EighteenTie Date Nails
Section NineteenArticles Written About Motorcars

A special thanks to Steve Paluso of San Jose, California, for his continued assistance in identifying a multitude of unmarked and mismarked parts purchased from Brown Rail, Inc. in Granite City, Illinois.

NEWLY LISTED PARTS

SECTION ONE

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
1SEE SECTION 16 FOR MOTORCARS AND TRAILERS
The remaining curtains have obtained from
Browns and transported back to San Antonio.
Some of the remaining curtains are hung
for inspection before being added to the
website.
Individual curtains are listed below.
Part Number 93534
Side & rear curtains for MT-14
Set has two 93589 side curtains and one
93591 rear curtain

SOLD OUT
Complete curtain set
$250.00 each
Part Number 135362
Holes are 3/8 inches in diameter
Rubber Pad – 1 3/8″ by 3″
$3.50 each
Part Number 135402
Holes are 3/8 inches in diameter
Rubber Pad – 1 3/8″ by 3 1/2″
$3.50 each
Part Number F13651
Spring is 3 1/4 inches in length
Spring
$2.00 each
Part Number F6823
Dimensions: length – 16 1/4 inches
Height: 9 1/2 inches
This part has a brand new core installed
Condenser
$250.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: length – 51 1/4 inches
Width: 51 1/4 inches (not including gutters)
SOLD OUT
Narrow peaked roof
$350.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: length – 3 inches
Wide end: 1 7/8 inches (inside)
Narrow end: 1 11/16 inches (inside)

ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Axle cone
$25.00 each
Part Number M8675
Dimensions: length 3 inches
Wide end: 1 11/16 inches (inside)
Narrow end: 1 1/2 inches (inside)

ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Axle cone
$25.00 each
Part Number 51999
Dimensions: 90 inches x 52 1/2 inches
Vinyl coated

ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Vinyl coated side curtain
$80.00 each
Part Number 51999
Dimensions: 80 inches x 54 inches
NOT vinyl coated

ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Side curtain
$100.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 84 inches x 54 inches
Vinyl coated
Set includes 1 rear curtain below
Vinyl coated side curtain
$125.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 69 inches x 42 inches
Vinyl coated
Set includes 2 side curtains above
Vinyl coated rear curtain
$75.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 72 inches x 50 inches
Vinyl coated

ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
NOT vinyl coated
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Vinyl coated side curtain
$80.00 each
NOT Vinyl coated side curtain
$65.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 64 inches x 51 inches
NOT Vinyl coated
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Side curtain
$60.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 60 inches x 48 inches
Vinyl coated
Vinyl coated side curtain
$75.00 each
NOT FOR SALE CURRENTLY
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 61 inches x 54 inches
NOT vinyl coated
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Side curtain
$60.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 62 inches x 48 inches
Vinyl coated

ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Vinyl coated side curtain
$80.00 each
Part Number 76010
Dimensions: 64 inches x 53 inches
Vinyl coated
SOLD OUT
Vinyl coated rear curtain
$75.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 62 inches x 50 inches
Vinyl coated
SOLD OUT
Vinyl coated rear curtain
$75.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 63 inches x 53 inches
NOT vinyl coated
Tunnel width: 27 inches
SOLD OUT
Rear curtain
$60.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 63 inches x 53 inches
NOT vinyl coated
Tunnel width: 22 inches
SOLD OUT
Rear curtain
$60.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 48 inches x 48 inches
NOT vinyl coated
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Side curtain
$60.00 each
Part Number 53368
Dimensions: 63 inches x 37 1/2 inches
NOT vinyl coated
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Rear curtain
$60.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 63 inches x 53 inches
NOT vinyl coated
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Rear curtain
$60.00 each
Part Number ?
Dimensions: 3/4 inches by 1 1/4 inches
Length: 55 inches
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Length: 60 inches
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Oak curtain rods
$10.00 each (either size)
Part Number PB15H
Hole Diameter 1 5/16 inches
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Packing sleeve – no rings
$50.00 each
Part Number PB15H
Hole Diameter 1 5/16 inches
Packing sleeve with rings
$75.00 each
Part Number LM315
Hole Diameter 1 5/16″
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Packing sleeve – no rings
$50.00 each
Part Number LM315
Hole Diameter 1 5/16 inches
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Packing sleeve with rings
$75.00 each
Part Number ?
Fully closed diameter – 2 1/8 inches
Packing sleeve ring for A571
$5.00 each
Part Number ?
Fully closed diameter – 2 inches
SOLD OUT
Packing sleeve ring for A530
$5.00 each
Part Number ?
Bolts are 3 5/8 inches long
Idler sprocket shaft bolt
$15.00 each
1Part Number A577
These are used parts taken off engine number 17236
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Castle nuts
$5.00 each
1Photo pendingPart Number 76194
Curtain set (side and rear) for S2J & K
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Complete curtain set
$XXX.00 each
1Photo pendingPart Number 97241
Rear curtain with window for A-3, A-4, A-5
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Complete curtain set
$XXX.00 each
1Part Number ?
3 3/4 inches from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.

ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Rail sweep – left
$20.00 each
1Part Number 55457
4 3/4 inches from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.

ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Rail sweep – left
$20.00 each
1Part Number 55455
4 3/4 inches from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.

SOLD OUT
Rail sweep – right
$20.00 each
1Part Number ?
4 7/8 inches from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.

SOLD OUT
Rail sweep with rubber – left
$25.00 each
1Part Number ?
4 7/8 inches from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.

SOLD OUT
Rail sweep with rubber – right
$25.00 each
1Part Number ?
7 1/2 inches from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.

ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Rail sweep – right
$20.00 each
1Part Number 51050
9 1/2 inches from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.

ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Rail sweep with rubber – left
$30.00 each
1Part Number 51047
9 1/2 inches from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.

ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Rail sweep with rubber – right
$30.00 each
1Part Number F7208
Diameter is 1 1/2 inches
Timer side oil felt seal
$5.00 each
1Part Number F7209
Diameter is 2 inches
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Timer side oil felt seal
$5.00 each
1Part Number M28772Brake shaft bearing
$25.00 each
1Part Number 49482Bearing cover gasket
$2.00 each
1Part Number 45574
ONLY ELEVEN AVAILABLE
Lower petcock cover plate gasket
$10.00 each
1Part Number PH38A
Diameter is 2 1/2 inches
SOLD OUT
Water jacket nut gasket
$10.00 each
All the parts previously listed in this section were
removed and relisted in the appropriate
sections (2 through 16) on 6 June 2022.

BELT MOTORCAR PARTS

SECTION TWO

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
2Engine Number 112435This engine is going to be sold intact
$350.00
2
2Part Number 69524
Taken from engine number 17236
This is a USED part
Water hopper and condenser
$150.00 each
2Since there was no interest in this engine,
I cut it up and sold it for scrap
.
2Part Number ?
SOLD OUT
Metallic air filter
$30.00 each
2Part Number M6694
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Bearing cover – steel
$10.00 each
2Part Number A1065Water hopper packing washer
$3.00 each
2Part Number M17120
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Throttle tube bearing
$15.00 each
2Part Number 76893K
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Manifold intake screen
$10.00 each
2Part Number F7820K
SOLD OUT
Lock washer
$4.00 each
2Part Number 51860
Outer diameter – 1.2″
Inner diameter – 0.9″
Length – 1.5″
Wall thickness – 0.16″
Piston pin bushing
$10.00 each
2Part Number FOR1231
Length – 2 11/16″ Diameter – 7/8″
ONLY NINE AVAILABLE
Wrist pin
$10.00
2Part Number ?
Length – 2 7/8″ Diameter – 1″
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Wrist pin
$10.00
2Part Number ?
Length – 3 3/16″ Diameter – 1″
SOLD OUT
Wrist pin
$10.00
2Part Number M24814
Spring length – 3 1/4 inch
Idler spring
$5.00 each
2Part Number A1342
Length is 4 3/8 inches
Check valve stem & lower nut
$5.00 each
2Part Number A1322
Length is 3 1/2 inches
Check valve stem & lower nut
$5.00 each
2Part Number F3011K2
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Belt car operation instructions placard
$25.00
2Part Number QH20
Taken from engine number 21357
Throttle valve assembly
$100.00
2Part Number QH20
Taken from engine number 17236
This is a USED part

SOLD OUT
Throttle valve assembly
$100.00
2Part Number F1741
Taken from engine number 21357
This is a USED part
Primer assembly
$40.00
2Part Number A1057
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Cylinder head
$75.00
2Part Number ?
Width – 5″ Diameter – 5 1/2″
SOLD OUT
ST drive pulley
$40.00 each
2Part Number 68287
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Water jacket gasket
$15.00 each
2Part Number A557Water jacket to cylinder gasket
$10.00 each
2Part Number M30343 .007
ONLY 10 AVAILABLE
Bearing box shims
$2.00 each
2Part Number M30451
ONLY 20 AVAILABLE
Idler pulley cover shims
$2.00 each
2Part Number 49469Bearing cover gasket
$2.00 each
2Part Number 38768
.005 thick
Cover shims
$2.00 each
2Part Number 38766
.010 thick
Cover shims
$2.00 each
2Part Number QD616
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Gasket
$10.00 each
2Part Number A799Drive shaft bearing case shim
$1.00 each
2Part Number 68265K
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Gasket
$15.00 each
2Part Number A801Drive shaft bearing cover gasket
$1.00 each
2Part Number ?
These are 7″ x 19″
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
S-2 Lower front plate – left
$40.00 each
2Part Number ?
These are 7″ x 19″
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
S-2 Lower front plate – right
$40.00 each
2Part Number 47228
SOLD OUT
Gasket set – partial
$50.00 each
2Part number F3854
SOLD OUT
Adjusting Rod Sleeve
$10.00 each
2Part Number QH 8
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Head – steel
$50.00 each
2Part Number QB12Flywheel woodruff key
$2.00 each
2Part Number 49467
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Axle gear
$50.00 each
2Part Number 51943
SOLD OUT
Complete rod assembly
$100.00 each
2Part Number 51943
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Partial rod assembly
$50.00 each
2Part Number 51943
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Bare rod assembly
$40.00 each
2Part Number 73095K
SOLD OUT
Bare rod assembly
$50.00 each
2Part Number ?
Small – fits 51943 rod
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Large – fits 73095K rod
SOLD OUT
Rod end caps
$15.00 each
2Part Number 45541
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
These are used blocks that haven’t been bored out – call for details
Block – steel
$100.00 or best offer
2Part Number A523
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
These are used blocks that haven’t been bored out – call for details
Block – steel
$100.00 or best offer
2Part number A-409
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
Clamp Bar – Long
$15.00 each
2Part number 68270Side Bearing Housing Shim
$3.00 each
2Part number M7556
Pulley Bushing – Two halves in set
$30.00 each
2Part number M25496
SOLD OUT
Tow Bar
$50.00 each
2Part number 107673Generator Bracket
$60.00 each
Part Number A607Magneto gear lock ring
$2.00 each
2Part number A1141
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Magneto Drive Assembly
$150.00 each
2Part number A804
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Magneto Drive Assembly
$100.00 each
2Part number 49485Gear Case Cover
$20.00 each
2Part number M18510
SOLD OUT
Drive Pulley
$75.00 each
2Part number M31040
Holes are 5 inches center to center
BACK IN STOCK
Drive Pulley
$75.00 each
2Part number 48779
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Bearing Housing – Timer Side
$30.00 each
2Part number QB15RCover Plate – Belt Side
$20.00 each
2Part number 73279A
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Bearing Housing
$25.00 each
2Part number A1000
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Bearing Housing – Timer Side
$30.00 each
2Part number 49749
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Bearing Housing – Timer Side
$30.00 each
2Part number QB15
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Bearing Housing
$25.00 each
2Part number A616Bearing Housing – Timer Side
$25.00 each
2Part number 45551Timer Support Bearing
$25.00 each
2Part number 48778Bearing Housing – Belt Side
$25.00 each
2Part number 45545
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Bearing Housing – Belt Side
$35.00 each
2I have hundreds of pistons for the belt cars and
hopefully someone will begin making the steel
liners for the cylinders again to keep these unique
cars in operation.
2Part Number 41363
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Belt Plate
$35.00 each
2QB-13 Rod – $100.00  each
2Wrist Pin for QB-13 Rod
$10.00 each
2Upper Bearing for
QB-13 Rod
$10.00 each
2Part Number A1398Rod Cap Screw
$1.00 each
2Part Number A875
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
 .020 Over Piston for QB-13 Rod $100.00  each
2Part Number EZ365
SOLD OUT
Notched Piston Ring
.020 Oversize
$5.00 each
2Part Number A872STD Piston
$75.00 without rings
$100.00 with rings
2Part Number 51939Piston – Standard
$50.00 each
2Part Number 53558
SOLD OUT
Piston – .040 Over w/rings
$100.00 each
2Part Number 7140Piston Ring – .040 Over
$2.00 each
2Part Number F7341
SOLD OUT
Piston Ring – .030 Over
$2.00 each
2Part Number F3941Piston Ring – .040 Over
$2.00 each
2Part Number 68254K2Piston – Standard
$50.00 each
2Part Number 91314Piston Ring – Scraper
.020 Oversize
$5.00 each
2Part Number A1087K
SOLD OUT
Piston – .040 Over w/rings
$100.00 each
2Part Number A871Piston Pin Lock Ring
$1.00 each
2Part Number A548
SOLD OUT
Head Gasket
$5.00 each
2Part Number G-8C
SOLD OUT
Head Gasket
$20.00 each
2Part Number 76329Bearing Seal Cover Plate
$15.00 each
2PHOTO PENDINGPart number 68279
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Flywheel – Belt Side
$100.00 each
2Part number 48786
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Flywheel – Timer Side
$100.00 each
2Part number 48787
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Flywheel – Belt Side
$100.00 each
2Part number A772
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Flywheel – Timer Side
$100.00 each
2Part number A773
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Flywheel – Belt Side
$100.00 each
2Part Number A706Flywheel – Belt Side
$75.00 each
2Part Number A536
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Flywheel – Timer Side
$75.00 each
2Part Number 45564Flywheel – Timer Side
$75.00 each
2Part Number 68298
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Flywheel – Belt Side Only
$75.00 each
2Part Number 76322K
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
M19-AA Crankcase
$100.00 each
2Part Number M37017A
7 1/2″ Diameter by 5″ wide
Rear Blade Type Belt Pulley
$125.00 each
2Part Number M35257A
9 1/2″ Diameter by 5″ wide
Rear Blade Type Belt Pulley
$125.00 each
2Part Number 64287
9″ Diameter by 5″ wide
Rear Belt Pulley
$125.00 each
2Part Number A250
Width – 5″ Diameter – 5 3/4″
SOLD OUT
Drive Pulley
$30.00 each
2Part Number A555
Width – 3 1/2″ Diameter – 4″
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
4″ Engine Pulley
$30.00 each
2Part number A692
Width – 4 5/8″ Diameter – 3 1/2″
3 1/2″ Engine Pulley
$30.00 each
2Part number A2521-1
Width – 5 3/4″ Diameter – 3 1/4″
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Drive Pulley
$35.00 each
2Part number QB-84
Width – 5″ Diameter – 4 1/2″
Drive Pulley
$30.00 each
2Part number M15343 and M29630APulley End Cap
$15.00 each
2Part number M15340A
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Idler Pulley
$40.00 each
2Part Number 48795
SOLD OUT
Complete Idler Pulley Assembly
$125.00 each
2Part Number A1127A
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Idler Pulley and Shaft Assembly
$75.00 each
2Part Number 38827Idler Pulley Arm
$40.00 each
2Part Number M33221A
SOLD OUT
Idler Pulley Arm
$60.00 each
2Part Number 98405Throttle – $20.00 each
2Part Number 73722
SOLD OUT
Throttle – $30.00 each
2Part Number 48870KTimer – $25.00 each
2Part Number 49839Timer – $30.00 each
2Part Number 46561KTimer – $30.00 each
2Part number ?
Length – 18 1/2″
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Control Rod
$20.00 each
2Part Number 47763
Length – 12″
Throttle Control Rod
$20.00 each
2Part Number 47762
Length – 9″
Timer Control Rod
$20.00 each
2Part number F3854
SOLD OUT
Adjusting Rod Sleeve
$10.00 each
2Part number F3853Universal Joint Spider
$2.00 each
2Part number A1319
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Carburetor Body
$50.00 each
2Part number A1333A
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Carburetor Bowl
$30.00 each
2Part number A1369A
SOLD OUT
Fuel Strainer Bowl
$15.00 each
2Complete Carb with GasketD-47D Included
SOLD OUT
C-5 Carburetor and Gasket
$200.00 each
2Part Number A1034
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Pipe Drain – Copper
$5.00 each
2Part Number F13206Hex Nut
$2.00 each
2Part number 50665Brake Lever Carrier
$20.00 each
2Part Number ?
Pipe Diameter 3 3/4″
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Exhaust Casting – Steel
$50.00 each
2SOLD OUTTailpipe – $20.00 each
2Part Number A638
BACK IN STOCK
Exhaust Casting – Aluminum
$20.00 each
2Part Number M17341Pull Rod
$15.00 each
2Part Number M22506
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE 
Starting Crank Support
$15.00 each
2Part Number M36639Crank Bearing Catch
$15.00 each
2Part Number 76894K
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Manifold Screen Assembly
$10.00 each
2Santa Fe Railroad Belt Car Starting Instructions Plate
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Control Panel Label
$50.00 each
2Part Number F12100
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Control Panel Label
$50.00 each
2Part Number F12937
SOLD OUT
Control Panel Label
$2.00 each
2Part Number M11982
SOLD OUT 
Starting Crank Bearing – Aluminum
$20.00 each
2Part Number M14940S
SOLD OUT
Starting Crank Bearing – Aluminum
$20.00 each
2Part Number M11982S
SOLD OUT
Starting Crank Bearing – Steel
$20.00 each
2Part Number 69446Exhaust Support Strap
$25.00 each
2Part Number 44954AAir Cleaner Bracket
$35.00 each
2Part Number 69618Air Cleaner Bracket
$35.00 each
2Part Number M36324A
BACK IN STOCK
Air Cleaner Bracket
$35.00 each
2Part Number A1372
Without Valve Seat
Air Horn Seal
$20.00 each
2Part Number A1372
With Valve Seat
Air Horn Seal
$25.00 each
2Part Number A1375Air Valve Cage
$25.00 each
2Part number M36320AAir Cleaner Elbow – Aluminum
$20.00 each
2Part Number M37085
SOLD OUT
Elbow and Set Screw Kit
$25.00 each
2Part Number M8126Shifter Shaft Dog
$15.00 each
2Part number A1356A
SOLD OUT
Check Valve Cover
$15.00 each
2Part Number A1325ACheck Valve Cover
$15.00 each
2Part Number 69565
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Bearing Spacer
$5.00 each
2Part number 45555
SOLD
Timer Assembly
$40.00 each
2Part number ?
SOLD
Timer Assembly
$50.00 each
2Part Number A1225Timer Lever Casting – Steel
$25.00 each
2Part Number A1218Timer Lever Casting – Steel
$25.00 each
2Part Number 57323Timer Lever Casting – Aluminum
$25.00 each
2Part Number 48782
SOLD OUT
Timer Cam – Aluminum
$25.00 each
2Part Number 45560
SOLD OUT
Timer Cam – Aluminum
$25.00 each
2Part Number 49478Timer Cam – Aluminum
$25.00 each
2Part Number 68294KTimer Base & Control Arm
$30.00 each
2Part Number A780Magneto Crankshaft Gea
$35.00 each
2Part Number A805Magneto Coupling
$20.00 each
2Part Number A802Magneto Drive Disk
$15.00 each
2Part Number 45607KMagneto Drive Arm
$20.00 each
2Part Number A798Magneto Drive Bearing
$20.00 each
2Part Number A797Magneto Drive Gear
$20.00 each
2Part Number A847Magneto Drive & Shaft
$40.00 each
2Part Number ?
SOLD OUT
Magneto Drive Assembly
$50.00 each
2Part Number 57328Timer Block
$10.00 each
2Part Number F92525Timer Block
$10.00 each
2Part Number M6007
1″ Long
Spring – Positioning Screw
$2.00 each
2Part Number ?
1 7/8″ in diameter
Crankshaft Spacer Spring
$5.00 each
2Part Number A529
1 5/8″ in diameter
Crankshaft Spacer Spring
Belt Side
$5.00 each
2Part Number A532Side Bearing Washer
$0.50 each
2Part Number 37723Throttle Valve Guide
$15.00 each
2Part Number QH-21 or 37722Throttle Valve End Cover
$15.00 each
2Part Number PH20
SOLD OUT
Throttle Valve
$25.00 each
2Part Number A800Shaft Cover
$20.00 each
2Part Number A1025 or A711Crankshaft
$125.00 each
2Part Number 51262Crankshaft$
150.00 each
2Part Number A530
Hole Diameter 1 3/8″  
Packing Sleeve – Timer Side
$40.00 each
2Part Number A571
Hole Diameter 1 9/16″
Packing Sleeve – Timer Side
$40.00 each
2Part Number A572
Hole Diameter 1 9/16″
Packing Sleeve – Timer Side
$20.00 each
2Part Number LM315
Hole Diameter 1 5/16″
SOLD
Crankshaft Ring Seal
$50.00 each
2Part Number A528Bearing Housing Belt Side
$30.00 each
2Part Number 48783Timer Bearing Housing
$30.00 each
2Part Number 48776
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Spacer Sleeve – Belt Side
$30.00 each
2Part Number 85Part Number 73843
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE304
Air Cleaner Support Spacer
$5.00 each
2Part Number 49470KAxle Bearing Cover
$35.00 each
2Part Number 49481
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Bearing Cover
$35.00 each
2Part number 77044
SOLD OUT
Bearing Housing Kit with Seals
$50.00 each
2Part Number 76328Side Bearing Housing
$30.00 each
2Part Number 73843
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Bearing housing with seal
$35.00
2Part Number 73844Generator Adjusting Yoke
$20.00 each
2Part Number 73845
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Belt Tighting Yoke
$25.00 each
2Part Number 45549
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Oil Seal Retainer
$25.00 each
2Part Number QHB16Wiping Block Bolt
$3.00 each
2Victor 12161 (P-70012)
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Copper Gasket
$15.00 each
2Part Number 69526Water Jacket Filler Neck
$40.00 each
2Part Number 68091
SOLD
Water Jacket with Condenser 
2Part Number 69008Water Jacket with Filler Neck
$75.00 each
2Part number 68091
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Water Hopper
$100.00 each
2Part Number 69524
SOLD gone to Australia
Water Jacket with Filler Neck
$100.00 each
2Gasket 16 1/4″ by 4″
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Condenser Gasket
$25.00 each
2Part Number A-408
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
Condenser Gasket
$25.00 each
2Gasket 13 1/2″ by 3 1/4″Condenser Gasket
$20.00 each
2Part Number 45573Water Hopper Stud
$2.00 each
2Part Number A1364
Length is 1 3/8 inches
Stud
$2.00 each
2The parts listed below were located on
both ends of the tunnel cover. Unfortunately,
the tunnel covers had dry rot so the end
hardware was removed and sold separately.
 
2 The set includes the carriage bolt, steel plate, spring and latch.Cover Latch Assembly
Left or Right
$30.00 each
2Part Number ?
Large diameter – 1 1/2″ x 5/16″ x 18 threads
SOLD OUT
Small diameter – 1 1/2″ x 1/4″ x 20 threads
Cover Carriage Bolts
Large or small diameter
$4.00 each
2Part Number ?Cover End Board – Oak
$15.00

AXLE RELATED PARTS

SECTION THREE

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
3
3Part Number 153074
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Key
$3.00 each
3Part Number M23928
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Key
$3.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center Hole Diameter – 1 7/16″
SOLD OUT
Aluminum box with bearings installed
$125.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center hole – 1 3/16 inch
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Fiber washer
$3.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center hole – 1 inch
ONLY 14 AVAILABLE
Phenolic washer
$3.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center hole – 1 inch
Phenolic washer
$3.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center hole – 15/16 inches
SOLD OUT
Phenolic washer
$3.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center hole – 1 1/4 inches
SOLD OUT
Fiber washer
$3.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center hole – 1 3/4 inches
ONLY 27 AVAILABLE
Phenolic washer
$3.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center hole 1 7/16 inches
SOLD OUT

Fiber washer
$3.00 each
3Part Number M24081
Center hole – 1 1/2 inches
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
Fiber washer
$3.00 each
3Part Number M30350 – .010
Part Number M30351 – .007
Part Number M30352 – .005
Axle bearing box cover shims
$2.00 each
3Part number 46240
8″ long with two mounting holes
Fits 1 11/16″ axles with cover M20010
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
Complete Axle Bearing Casing – Steel
$150.00 each
3Part number 46240
10″ long with four mounting holes
Fits 1 11/16″ axles with cover M20010
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Complete Axle Bearing Casing – Steel
$150.00 each
3Part number 46238
12″ long with four mounting holes
Fits 1 15/16″ axles with cover M20030
ONLY SEVEN AVAILABLE
Complete Axle Bearing Casing – Steel
$150.00 each
3Part number M20009
10 1/2″ long with four mounting holes
Fits 1 11/16″ axles with cover M20010
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Complete Axle Bearing Casing – Steel
$150.00 each
3Part number 53561
10 1/2″ long with four mounting holes
Fits 1 7/8″ axles with cover ?
ONLY SEVEN AVAILABLE
Complete Axle Bearing Casing – Steel
$150.00 each
3Part number M19995Bearing Cover
$10.00 each
3Part number M19836
Fits 1 15/16″ axles
Insulating Cone Kit
$50.00 each
3Part Number 58843
Center Hole Diameter – 1 1/2″
Axle Bearing Casing Cover
$10.00 each
3Part Number M19942
Center Hole Diameter – 2″
Axle Bearing Casing Cover
$10.00 each
3Part Number M18530A
Center Hole Diameter – 1 3/4″
Axle Bearing Casing Cover
$10.00 each
3Part Number M24766A
Center Hole Diameter – 1 7/16″
Timken Bearing Casing Cover
$10.00 each
3Part Number 55608Axle Bearing Casing – Aluminum
$35.00 each
3Part Number 58842Center Bearing Casing – Aluminum
$70.00 each
3Part Number ?
Center Hole Diameter – 1 7/16″
Steel Box with Bearings Installed
$125.00 each
3Part Number M18519A
Center Hole Diameter – 1 3/16″
SOLD OUT
Aluminum Box with Bearings Installed
$100.00 each
3Part Number 46502Center Bearing Support
$35.00 each
3Part Number M20010
Center Hole Diameter – 2 3/8″
Steel Bearing Casing Cover
$20.00 each
3Part Number M28988Bearing Casing – Aluminum
$75.00 each
3Assembly contains grease fitting, Timken bearing, side cover and tube guides.
SOLD OUT
Complete axle box assembly
$150.00 each
3Part Number 44267
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Tube Guide Plate – Aluminum
$10.00 each
3Part Number F5537
BACK IN STOCK
Case Guide Bushing – Steel
$15.00 each
3Part number M16103
Fits 1 7/16″ axle
SOLD OUT
Split bronze bushing
$50.00 each
3Part number M18909
Fits 1 11/16″ axle
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Split bronze bushing
$75.00 each
3Short axle half – 1 3/16″ – M19Part number M24007
Length 20 5/8″
ONLY 14 AVAILABLE
Axle half
$50.00 each
3Long axle half – 1 3/16″ – M19Part number M24008
Length 41 1/4″
SOLD OUT
Axle half
$60.00 each
3Short axle half – 1 15/16″Part number 22936
Length 27″
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Axle half
$50.00 each
3Long axle half – 1 15/16″Part number 22935
Length 37″
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Axle half
$75.00 each
3Short axle half – 1 7/16″Part number M24087
Length 23 3/4″
SOLD OUT
Axle half
$50.00 each
3Short axle half – 1 3/16″Part number M24166
Length 28 3/4″
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Axle half
$50.00 each
3Short axle half – 1 7/16″Part number M21156
Length 22 1/2″
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Axle half
$50.00 each
3Short axle half – 1 3/16″Part number M28116
Length 18 5/8″
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Axle half
$40.00 each
3Short axle half – 1 3/16″Part number M33785
Length 31″
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Axle half
$40.00 each
3Fits 1 3/16″ axlesPart number M24010
Length 17 1/2″
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Axle sleeve
$20.00 each
3Used rear axle from A-4D
1 11/16″ diameter
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Axle
$150.00 each
3Used complete rear axle from A-4D
1 11/16″ diameter
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Complete axle assembly
$350.00 each
31 3/16 Inch axle
SOLD OUT
Complete Front Axle Assembly
$150.00 each
3Part Number M30812Splined Collar
$25.00 each
3Part Number M24767A
SOLD OUT
Axle Bearing Box with Bearings Installed
$150.00 each
3Part Number M24765AAxle Bearing Box – Aluminum
$75.00 each
3Part Number M23930
OVAL MOUNTING HOLES
for A-4 to A-6
Axle Bearing Box with Bearings Installed
$250.00 each
3Part Number M23930
for A-4 to A-6
Axle Bearing Box
$50.00 each
3Part Number M21972
ROUND MOUNTING HOLES
for A-4 to A-6
Axle box with bearing
$250.00 each
3Part Number 16039
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Axle Thrust Collars
1 1/4″
$20.00 each
3Part Number M27263KAxle Thrust Collars
1 3/16″
$20.00 each 
3Part Number M20008Axle Thrust Collars
1 5/8″
$25.00 each
3Part Number M20028Axle Thrust Collars
1 7/8″
$25.00 each
3Part Number ?Axle Thrust Collars
2 1/8″
$30.00 each
33/8″ x 16 threads x 3/4″ longSafety Set Screw
$3.00 each
31/2″ x 13 threads x 1 3/8″ longSafety Set Screw
$3.00 each
31/2″ x 13 threads x 1 1/2″ long
NO SAFETY WIRE HOLES
Safety Set Screw
$3.00 each
35/8″ x 11 threads x 1 3/8″ longSafety Set Screw
$5.00 each
3Part number ?
Shims are 1/16 inches thick
ONLY TWENTY AVAILABLE
16 Inch Wheel Shim
$6.00 each
3Part Number M12167K
SOLD OUT
Hub – 1 11/16″ Axle
$50.00 each
3Part Number M18520K
BACK IN STOCK
ONLY 12 AVAILABLE

Hub – 1 3/16″ Axle
$40.00 each
3Part Number M11412
These are used hubs with good insulating cones installed
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Wheel hub and cone
$40.00 each

BRAKE RELATED PARTS

SECTIONS FOUR

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
4Part Number 102085
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
Brake liner puck
$15.00 each
4Part Number M3413
SOLD OUT
Brake lever spring
$5.00 each
4Part Number 103988
Fits 1 3/16 inch axle
Brake hub
$20.00 each
4Part Number M34968
Fits TT11 trailer
Brake shoe liner
$10.00 each
4Part Number 66036Brake shoe liner
$25.00 each
4Part Number 78005Brake shoe liner – ice breaker type
$25.00 each
4Part number M00099
The spring portion is 6 inches long
The overall length is 16 1/2 inches
Brake Return Spring
$20.00 each
4Part number 59399Brake Shaft Arm – Left
$25.00 each
4Part Number 79800A-Car Brake Block Bushing
$15.00 each
4Part Number M89A-Car Brake Block Hook
$15.00 each
4Part Number 63075
Size of slot:
.32″ x 1.32″
21/64″ x 1 5/16″
ONLY 10 AVAILABLE
Brake Handle Grip
$10.00 each
4Part Number 63076K
Size of slot:
.27″ x 1.07″
1/4″ x 1 1/16″
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Brake Handle Grip
$10.00 each
4Part Number 63081K
Size of slot:
.26″ x 1.28″
1/4″ x 1 1/4″
ONLY NINE AVAILABLE
Brake Handle Grip
$10.00 each
4Part Number ?
Size of slot:
.19″ x 1.05″
3/16″ x 1 1/16″
ONLY 13 AVAILABLE
Brake Handle Grip
$10.00 each
4Part Number M18931Brake Shoe Hanger Pin Spring
$1.00 each
4Part Number M17568
Total Spring Length 2 1/2″
Brake Release Spring
$2.00 each
4Part Number 42789
5/8″ shaft 2 7/8″ long
NO THREADS CUT ON BASE
Brake Pivot Stud Blank
$15.00 each
BACK IN STOCK
4 Part Number 42789
5/8″ shaft 2 7/8″ long 
Brake Pivot Shaft
$20.00 each
BACK IN STOCK
4Part Number M32740Brake Pivot Stud
$10.00 each
4Part Number M32739Brake Pivot Stud
$10.00 each
4Part Number M16730
SOLD OUT
Brake Pivot Stud
$15.00 each
4Part Number M18457
SOLD OUT
Brake Pivot Stud
$15.00 each
4Part Number 48761Brake Pivot Stud
$15.00 each
4Part Number 48764Brake Shoe Hanger Tube
$10.00 each
4Part Number M16718Brake Shaft
$75.00 each
4Part Number 44221Brake Shaft
$75.00 each
4Part Number 98361Brake Shaft
$75.00 each
4Part Number 116885Brake Shaft
$80.00 each
4Part Number 70157Brake Shaft End Arm
$25.00 each
4Part Number 45523Brake Shaft End Arm
Left Hand
$25.00 each
4Part Number 45524Brake Shaft End Arm
Right Hand
$25.00 each
4Part Number 48759Brake Shaft End Arm
$25.00 each
4Part Number M28356
SOLD OUT
Brake Shaft End Arm
$25.00 each
4Part Number M29206Brake Shaft End Arm
$25.00 each
4Part Number M32840Brake Shaft End Arm
$25.00 each
4Part Number M30124Brake Shaft End Arm – STEEL
$25.00 each
4Part Number M30124Brake Shaft End Arm – BRASS
$30.00 each
4Part Number 42797Brake Shaft End Arm
$25.00 each
4Part Number M16736Brake Shoe Hanger
$15.00 each
4Part Number M17082Brake Shoe Hanger
$15.00 each
4Part Number M22687Brake Shoe Hanger
$15.00 each
4Part Number M29705Brake Shoe Hanger
$15.00 each
4Part number M10411
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Brake Shaft Bearing – steel
$25.00
4Part Number M29704Brake Shaft Bearing
$20.00 each
4Part Number M31270Brake Arm Support – STEEL
$20.00 each
4Part Number 98367Brake Shaft Bearing – ALUMINUM
$20.00 each
4Part Number 46526
3/4″ center hole
Brake Shaft Bearing Casting – ALUMINUM
$20.00 each
4Part Number ?
1″ center hole
Bearing Support – ALUMINUM
$20.00 each
4Part Number M27293Brake Lever Socket
$30.00 each
4Part Number M20863Rail Skid Brace – Left
$15.00 each
4Part Number M20862
SOLD OUT
Rail Skid Brace – Right
$15.00 each
4Part number 121415
SOLD OUT
Rail Sweep Set w/Hardware
$100.00 each
4The 121415 rail sweep is approximately
5″ long from the top of the tube to the
top of the sweep.
 
4Part Number 50588
IN UNOPENED BOX
Rail Sweep Set w/Hardware
$100.00 each
4The 50588 rail sweep is approximately
6 3/4″ long from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.
 
4Part Number 51002
SOLD OUT
Rail Sweep Set w/Hardware
$100.00 each
4The 51002 rail sweep is approximately
9 1/2″ long from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.
 
4The 43931 rail sweep is approximately
7 1/2″ long from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.
Rail Sweep – Right Hand
$20.00
4The 43937 rail sweep is approximately
7 1/2″ long from the top of the tube
to the top of the sweep.
Rail Sweep – Left Hand
$20.00
4Part Number M23957Rail Sweep Clamping Plate
$3.00
4Part Number ?
Tube 2 3/8″ in Diameter
Rail Sweep Tube
$20.00
4Part number 69032Rail Sweep Support Bracket – Left
$20.00 each
4Part number 55448Rail Sweep Support Bracket – Right
$20.00 each
4Part number 55451Rail Sweep Support Bracket – Left
$20.00 each
4Part Number 45870Rail Sweep Angle – Left
$10.00
4Part Number 45869Rail Sweep Angle – Right
$10.00
4Part Number M29035
Length – 7 Inches
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
Brake Toggle Arm
$20.00 each
4Part Number M37079
Length – 12 3/4 Inches
Brake Toggle Arm
$25.00 each
4Length – 16 Inches
SOLD OUT
Brake Toggle Arm
$30.00 each
4Part Number 83650
Length – 19 Inches
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Brake Toggle Arm
$40.00 each
4Part Number 14269
Length – 21 Inches
Brake Toggle Arm
$40.00 each
4Part Number M29150
Length – 22 Inches
Brake Toggle Arm
$40.00 each
4Part Number M29214Complete Brake Toggle Arm with Yoke
$45.00 each
4Part Number M29214Complete Brake Toggle Arm with Eyebolt
$45.00 each
4Part Number M33222Brake Toggle Arm
$25.00 each
4Part Number M28762Brake Toggle Arm
$25.00 each
4Part Number M28764Brake Toggle Arm
$25.00 each
4Length – 4″ longToggle Arm Yoke
$25.00 each
4Part Number M13198
Length – 5″ long
Eyebolt
$10.00 each
4Part Number 91932
Length – 5″ long
Toggle Arm Eyebolt
$25.00 each
4Part Number M29230
5 1/4″ long – 1/2″ Threaded Shaft
Toggle Arm Eyebolt
$25.00 each
44 3/4″ long – 5/16″ Threaded ShaftToggle Arm Eyebolt
$25.00 each
4Part Number 81658Complete Brake Toggle Arm
$45.00 each
4Part Number 81659Complete Brake Toggle Arm
$45.00 each
4Part Number ?Toggle Arm Yoke
$20.00 each
4Part Number M32832
1/2″ long – 5/16″ Threaded Shaft
Toggle Arm Yoke
$20.00 each
4Part Number 72566
14 1/2″ Long
Toggle Arm Eyebolt
$25.00 each
4Part Number M29207
5/16 inch holes
SOLD OUT
Brake Toggle Link Pin – Aluminum
$5.00 each
4Part Number ?
1/2 inch holes
The overall length is 2 3/8 inches

SOLD OUT
Brake Toggle Link Pin – Aluminum
$5.00 each
4Part Number ?
1/2 inch holes
SOLD OUT
Brake Toggle Link Pin – Steel
$7.00 each
4Part Number 60633K
Fits 16 Inch Wheels
Flange Brake
$25.00 each
4Part Number ?
SOLD OUT
Flange Brake Block
$10.00 each
4Part Number M32742Flange Brake Block
$10.00 each
4Part Number 57865Brake Lever Guide
$40.00 each
4Part Number 57864
SOLD OUT
Brake Lever Catch
$25.00 each
4Part Number 72567Brake Toggle Adjusting Stud
$15.00 each
4Part Number 127470
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Rail Sweep Bracket – Right
$40.00 each

SPROCKET PARTS

SECTION FIVE

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
5Part Number 128069
Fits 1 3/16 inch axles
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE

Hub assembly
$50.00 each
5Part Number 121859 Duplex Drive Sprocket
$60.00 each
5Part Number 121860 Duplex Idler Sprocket – 23T
$60.00 each 
5Part Number 121885Duplex Idler Sprocket Assembly
$125.00 each
5 Rear Axle Duplex Sprocket
$100.00 each 
5 Single Drive Sprocket
$60.00 each
5 Single Idler Sprocket
$60.00 each
5SOLD OUT   Single Idler Sprocket Assembly
$125.00 each 
5SOLD OUT  Rear Axle Single Sprocket
$100.00 each
5Part Number 128126
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Rear Hub and Sprocket for 1 3/16 ” Axle
$150.00 each
5Part Number F16978Drive Chain – Single
$40.00 each
5Part Number 103977Chain Dampener Assembly
$100.00 each
5Part Number 112288
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Chain Oiler Assembly
$150.00 each
5Part Number M23939
Fits the chain adjuster
two required
4-Wheel Drive Sprocket Assembly
$100.00 each
5Part Number 112391
Fits 1 15/16″ axles to make
motorcars 4-wheel drive
Axle Sprocket Assembly
$75.00 each
5Part Number 102897Idler Bearing Race
$25.00 each

TRANSMISSION PARTS

SECTION SIX

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
6Part Number 98369
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Spring clip
$5.00 each
6Part Number M21793
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Thrust collar
$10.00 each
6Part Number M21427
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Axle bearing cover – steel
$35.00 each
6Part Number 41667
Casting number 41668
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Outer bearing cover – steel
$10.00 each

ring cover and seal
$20.00 each
6Part Number M24163A
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Differential cover – aluminum
$35.00
6Part Number ?
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
A- car differential assembly
$350.00
6Part Number ?
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
A- car transmission case
$125.00 each
6Part number F18042Splined Rear End Yoke
$20.00 each
6Part number M24163A
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Differential Cover
$25.00 each
6Part Number 410240Dipstick
$15.00 each
6Part Number 410243Steel Transmission Cover
$25.00 each
6Part Number 98575KTransmission Case
$150.00 each
6ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE Transmission – Complete
$1500.00 each
6Part Number 98643Clutch Lever
$20.00 each
6Part Number M27307Clutch Release Arm
$20.00 each
6Clutch Rod Part Number 120395
Yoke End Part Number 120393
Clutch Rod with Yoke End
$40.00 each
6Part Number 98362Clutch Lever Peddle
$40.00 each
6Part Number 98644Shifter Rail – Front – Long
$40.00 each
6Part Number ?Shifter Rail – A-car
$40.00 each
6Part Number ?Shifter Rail – A-car
$40.00 each
6Part Number 98374Shifter Lever – Front – Fwd/Rev
$25.00 each
6Part Number 98373Shifter Lever – Rear – Hi/Lo
$25.00 each
6Part Number 100198Clutch Lever
$40.00 each
6Part Number M18043Shift Lever Bolt
$1.00 each
6Part Number F5536Brass Bushing
$15.00 each
6Part Number F16581Transmission Bushing
$15.00 each
6Part Number F16375Oilite Bushing
$15.00 each
6Part Number 99486Fairmont Spring
$2.00 each
6Part Number 9865
SOLD OUT
Spring Clip
$2.00 each
6Part Number 98652
Total Spring Length 1 1/4″  
Throw Out Spring
$5.00 each
6Part Number 116890
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Clutch Rod
$20.00 each
6Part Number 98578CCKB Bell Housing
$50.00 each
6Part Number 98578Clutch Release Arm – steel
$15.00 each
6 A-Car Universal Joint Yoke
$30.00 each
6Part Number 98639Bearing Carrier
$15.00 each
6Part Number 98643Output Pinion Carrier
$15.00 each
6Part Number 38778Idler Nut
$5.00 each
6Part Number F16389Lock Nut
$5.00 each
6Part Number F16388Lock Washer
$3.00 each
6Part Number 98375Transmission Support
$10.00 each
6Part Number 98634Spacer
$3.00 each
6Part Number F8853Nipple
$3.00 each
6Part Number 98637Shim – .002
$1.00 each
6Part Number 98636Shim – .003
$1.00 each
6Part Number 98635Shim – .010
$1.00 each
6Part Number 98640
Paper – .03 ” thick
Hole center to center distance
is 2 1/2 inches
Transmission Gasket
$2.00 each
6Part Number F5145
Steel – .007″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 3 15/16 inches
Cover shims
$2.00 each
6Part Number F5146
Steel – .005″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 3 15/16 inches
Cover shims
$2.00 each
6Part Number F5148
Aluminum – .020″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 3 3/4 inches
Cover Shim
$2.00 each
6Part Number F6930
Aluminum – .007″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 3 inches
Cover Shim
$2.00 each
6Part Number F6930
Steel – .007″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 3 inches
Cover Shim
$2.00 each
6Part Number M30342
Steel – .005″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 2 1/2 inches
Cover Shim
$2.00 each
6Part Number M30343
Steel – .007″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 2 1/2 inches
Cover Shim
$2.00 each
6Part Number F5142
Aluminum – .005″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 3 3/4 inches
Timken Bearing Shim
$2.00 each
6Part Number F5143
Aluminum – .007″ thick
Hole center to center distance
is 3 11/16 inches
Timken Bearing Shim
$2.00 each
6Part Number F05415Shim – .007 inch
$2.00
6Part Number F05412
Hole center to center distance
is 3 3/4 inches
Shim – .005 inch
$2.00
6Part Number 38767Cover Shim – .007 inch
$2.00
6Part Number 49486Cover Gasket
$2.00
6Part Number 100131Shifter Fork – High/Low
$35.00 each
6Part Number 98646
SOLD OUT
Shifter Fork – Fwd/Rev
$35.00 each
6Part Number 49491Shifter Fork
$35.00 each
6Part Number 98631KShaft with O Ring
$35.00 each
6Part Number 100128Spur Gear with Bushings
$75.00 each 
6Part Number 98443Pinion Gear
$175.00 each
6Part Number 100130Spur Gear
$75.00 each
6Part Number 98445Output Shaft
$125.00 each
6Part Number L-1BCastle Nut
$5.00 each
6Part Number 98448Spur Pinion Gear
$125.00 each
6Part Number 98447
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Clutch Gear
$100.00 each
6Part Number 98841Bevel Gear – left
$35.00 each
6Part Number 98842Bevel Gear – right
$35.00 each
6Part Number 98633Thrust Sleeve – brass
$10.00 each
6Part Number 98411Clutch Pad Support
$15.00 each
6Fits A-Car ClutchesClutch Pressure Plate
$85.00 each
6Fits A-Car ClutchesClutch Plate
$35.00 each
6Part Number F21903Clutch Plate
$35.00 each
6Part Number 98650Clutch Release Yoke
$25.00 each
6Part Number F7098
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Throw-out Bearing Assembly
$75.00 each
6Part number 98642KPinion Shaft Carrier
$25.00 each
6Part Number FOR1179Driveshaft Castle Nut
$10.00 each
6Shaft Covered with PreservativeTransmission Main Shaft
$50.00 each
6Fits A-Car Transmission
BACK IN STOCK
Gear Shift Dust Cover
$15.00 each
6Fits A-Car TransmissionsGear Shift Knob
$20.00 each
6Fits A-6 TransmissionShifter Rod
$30.00 each
6Part Number 116887Shifter Rod
$20.00 each
6Fits A-CarsRear End Shifter Rod
$40.00 each
6Part Number 99629
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
More at Brown’s

Torque arm – left
$40.00 each
6Part Number 41864Torque Arm Assembly
$40.00 each
6Part Number M27272Torque Arm Assembly – Right
$40.00 each
6Part Number M27275Torque Arm Assembly – Left
$40.00 each
6Part Number ?Torque Arm Assembly – Universal
$40.00 each

CAB PARTS – CURTAINS & RELATED PARTS

SECTION SEVEN

#PARTSCOMMENTSPRICE
7Part Number ?
Straps are approximately 12 inches long
Curtain tie strap
$2.00 each
7Part Number 34505
Straps are approximately 23 inches long
Curtain tie strap
$3.00 each
7Part Number 93532
Side curtain w/window fits M14A
Set has two 93589 complete curtains
SOLD OUT
Complete curtain set
$150.00 each
7Part Number 97248
Curtain set side & rear for A-3, A-4, A-5
Set has two 88574 side curtains and one
97323 rear curtain

ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Complete curtain set
$250.00 each
7Photo pendingPart Number 88574
Side curtain complete for A-3, A-4, A-5
SOLD OUT
Complete curtain set
$200.00 each
7Part Number 76733
Side & rear curtains for S-2E/F
Set has two 76731 side curtains and one
83533 rear curtain

ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Complete curtain set
$200.00 each
7Part Number 76731
Side curtain set for S-2E/F
Set has two 79360 side curtains
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Complete curtain set
$150.00 each
7Curtain Support Rods – Hollow Aluminum
81 1/2 inches – 8 available
63 1/4 inches – 17 available
59 3/4 inches – 21 available
49 3/4 inches – 2 available
44 1/4 inches – 4 available
39 3/4 inches – 6 available

Curtain Support Rods – Hollow Steel
85 1/2 inches – 15 available
Curtain support rods – hollow
Over 58 inches in length – $15.00
Under 58 inches in length – $10.00
7See above photo – second rod from leftCurtain Support Rods – Solid Aluminum
72 inches – 2 available
Curtain support rods – solid
$15.00
7Part Number F57010 – top piece in photo
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Part Number ? – bottom piece in photo
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Both pieces 52 1/2″ in length
Curtain support angle – right or left
$20.00
7Part Number 79358top piece in photo
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Part Number 79359 – bottom piece in photo
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Both pieces 45 1/2″ in length
Curtain support angle – right or left
$20.00
7Part Number ? – top piece in photo
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Part Number ? – bottom piece in photo
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Both pieces 52 1/2″ in length
Curtain support angle – right or left
$20.00
7Part Number 97206Support Lower Bracket – Left
$25.00 each
7Part number 97208Support Lower Bracket – Right
$25.00 each
7Part number 78480
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Support Angle Bracket Upper
$20.00 each
7Part number 78481
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Support Angle Bracket Lower
$20.00 each
7Part number 83531Support Angle Bracket Lower Right
$20.00 each
7Part number 83532Support Angle Bracket Lower Left
$20.00 each
7Part Number 93583
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Support angle bracket
$15.00 each
7Part Number 79354Upper Support Bracket – Aluminum
$15.00 each
7Part Number 51463
SOLD OUT
Lock Bolt Clip – Left
$10.00 each
7Part Number 51466Lock Bolt Clip – Right
$10.00 each
7Part Number 43901Curtain Ring
$1 .00 each
7Part Number 69057Curtain Rod Lock Bolt – Short
$5.00 each
7Part Number 51515Curtain Rod Lock Bolt – Long
$6.00 each
7Part Number F9702Curtain Washer
20 for $1.00
7Part Number ?
Short – 3/8″ thread length
Long – 5/8″ thread length
Curtain posts
Long $2.00 each
Short – $1.00 each
7Part number F7750Fastener Stud
$0.50 each
7Part Number F6749Curtain Fastener
Swivel Type
$2.00 each
7Part Number 74247Curtain Rod Bracket
$3.00 each
7Part Number 76011
Strip is 48 Inches Long
Rear curtain strip – Aluminum
$15.00 each

CAB PARTS – GASKETS

SECTION EIGHT

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
8Part Number 135339Rubber Pad – 2 1/2″ by 5 1/4″
$5.00 each
8Part Number unknownRubber Pad – 1 3/4″ by 7″
$5.00 each
8Part Number 74247Part Number 136252Rubber Pad – 1 1/4″ by 8″
$4.00 each
8Part Number 135403
SOLD OUT
Rubber Pad – 2″ by 2 1/2″
$4.00 each
8Smaller 1/4″ Hole (on left)
Part Number 135413
Rubber Pad – 1″ by 1″
$0.50 each
8Larger 3/8″ Hole (on right)
Part Number 135538
Rubber Pad – 1″ by 1″
$0.50 each
8Larger 1/2″ Hole
Part Number 135404
Rubber Pad – 1″ by 1″
$0.50 each
8Part Number 135360Rubber Pad – 1 3/4″ by 3 3/4″
$3.50 each
8Part Number 136856Rubber Pad – 2 1/4″ by 4 1/2″
$3.50 each
8Part Number 56221Felt Gasket – One Hole
$5.00 each
8Part Number 58638
6 Inches Long
Wheel Guard Gasket – Felt
$5.00 each
8Part Number 58608
6 3/4 Inches Long
Corner Post Filler Gasket – Felt
$5.00 each
8Part Number 61489Felt Corner Gasket
$3.00 each
8Part Number F11210
25 Foot Roll – 2 Inch Wide
SOLD OUT
Felt Gasket
$100.00 each
8Part Number 58637
14 Inches long
Wheel Guard Seal – Felt Strip
$8.00 each
8Part Number 58627
20 Inches long
Cab Side to Roof Seal – Felt
$10.00 each
8Part Number ?
45 Inches long
Felt Strip
$20.00 each
8Part Number 89382
24 Inches long
Seal – Felt
$15.00 each
8Part Number F16583
1″ x 2″ x 36″ long
Sponge Rubber Seal
$20.00 each

CAB PARTS – MISCELLANEOUS

SECTION NINE

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
9
9Part Number 46013
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Support lever
$10.00 each
9Part Number 5623
Overall length is 2 1/8 inch
Opening is 1/4 inch
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Spring anchor
$10.00 each
9Part Number ?
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Side sill
$50.00
9Part Number ?Side sill
$50.00
9Part Number 3881
Overall length is 55 3/8 inches
Side sill – right hand
$75.00 each
9Part Number 38820
Overall length is 55 3/8 inches
Side sill – left hand
$75.00 each
9Part Number 46513
Overall length is 55 3/8 inches
Side sill – right hand
$75.00 each
9Part Number 46515
Overall length is 55 3/8 inches
Side sill – left hand
$75.00 each
9Part Number 38824A
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Rail skid – left hand
$75.00 each
9Part Number 38822A
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Rail skid – right hand
$75.00 each
9Part Number 69557
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Engine sill – left hand
$20.00 each
9Part Number 69556
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Engine sill – right hand
$30.00 each
9Part Number 46506
SOLD OUT
Front cross angle
$30.00
9Part Number 46542
These are 5 1/8″ long
SOLD OUT
Bearing strip – aluminum
$5.00 each
9Part Number ?
These are 4 7/8″ long
ONLY TEN AVAILABLE
Bearing strip – aluminum
$5.00 each
9Part Number 58612
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Guard rail tube – aluminum
$20.00 each
9Part number 174018
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Box Assembly
$30.00 each
9Part number M28678K
Includes the spring and stainless steel washer and nut
ONLY NINE AVAILABLE
Side Panel Latch Assembly
$35.00 each
9Part numbers 44745 and 44746
These are used parts that have the numbers cast in each holder.
ONLY ONE PAIR AVAILABLE
Windshield Post Holder
$25.00 a pair
9Part number 44736
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
AC Support Bracket
$30.00 each
9Part number M1004
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Yoke Rod Guide
$35.00 each
9Part number M24882Housing Cover Guide
$3.00 each
9Part number M33771
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Set Off Skid – Right
$20.00 each
9Part Number 60628
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Step plate support
$20.00 each
9Part number 60627
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
Foot Board Support
$20.00 each
9Part number M22215
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Side Step Bracket
$20.00 each
9Contains the snap ring, spacer, rubber Mount and Support CastingMount Assembly
$25.00 each
9Part Number 51431Mount Assembly
$5.00 each
9Part Number 51434
SOLD OUT
Strap Clamp
$3.00 each
9Part Number M17061Washer
$1.00 each
9Part Number F9695Rubber Mount
$5.00 each
9Part Number 75961Roof Support
$45.00 each
9Part Number ?Roof Support
$15.00 each
9The roof support shown above is about
25 inches wide and approximately
17 1/4 inches tall.
 
988 INCHES LONG
Part Number 88640
SOLD OUT

Part Number M35573
SOLD OUT

85 INCHES LONG
Part Number 98929
SOLD OUT
Lift Handles – 88640
$250.00 set of two handles

Lift Handles – M35573
$250.00 set of two handles

Lift Handles – 98929
$250.00 set of two handles
9Part Number ?
Hole to slot center distance is 5 3/4″
Hole diameter is 1/2″
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Lift Handle Guide
$15.00 each
9Part Number 98938
Hole to inner hole center distance is 4 7/8″
Hole to outer hole center distance is 5 3/4″
Lift Handle Guide
$15.00 each
9Part Number 98938
Hole distances are the same as above but there
is one extra hole

ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Lift Handle Guide
$15.00 each
9Part Number ?
SOLD OUT
Lift Handle Guide
$15.00 each
9Part Number 44239
Hole to hole center distance is 4 3/16″
Hole diameter is 1/4″
Lift Handle Guide
$10.00 each
9Part Number 100148
Hole to hole center distance is 4 3/16″
Hole diameter is 3/8″
Lift Handle Guide
$10.00 each
9Part Number M18473
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Lift Handle Guide
$15.00 each
9Part Number 48814K
Hole to hole center distance is 4 3/4″
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Lift Handle Guide
$15.00 each
9Part Number 48818
Hole to hole center distance is 5″
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Lift Handle Guide
$20.00 each
9Part Number M24888Hood Latch – Left
$10.00 each
9Part Number M24889Hood Latch – Right
$10.00 each
9Part Number M27852Latch Cover Lever
$10.00 each
9Part Number F14469Defroster Nozzle
$25.00 each
9Part Number 58636Seal – Aluminum
$5.00 each
9Part Number F3072Square Grip Washer
5 for $1.00
9Part Number 54321KSeat Fastener Casting – Steel
$10.00 each
9Part Number 44268Spring Guide Nut – Steel
$5.00 each
9Part Number 69594
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Front Safety Rail
$125.00 each
9Part Number 58613Mounting Bracket – aluminum
$15.00 each
9Part Number 69636Mounting Bracket – aluminum
$15.00 each
9Part Number 69742
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Side Frame Clip
$5.00 each
9Dominion Auto Part Number 712025Red Tail light
$15.00 each
9Part Number 44269Bearing Stop Clip & Bolt
$2.00 each
9Part Number 68353
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Draw Bar Spacer
$5.00 each
9Part Number M15165Draw Bar Pipe Spacer – Steel
$15.00 each
9Part Number M16712Lift Pipe Saddle – Aluminum
$10.00 each
9Part Number ?Lift Pipe Saddle – Steel
$10.00 each
9Part Number 50661Lift Pipe Socket – Aluminum
$10.00 each
9Part Number M17325Lift Pipe Socket – Steel
$10.00 each
9Part Number F23151
SOLD OUT
Door Hinge
$25.00 each
9Part Number F5063
NO LIP ON BASE
2 1/4 inches in diameter 
Brass Tank Collar
$5.00 each
9Part Number F3614
SOLD OUT
Bayonet Catch Gas Tank Collar
$5.00 each
9Part Number F5063
LIP ON BASE
2 7/8 inches in diameter to lip edges
Brass Radiator Neck
$5.00 each
9Part Number 46571
SOLD OUT
Fuel Tank Strap
$10.00 each
9Part Number 40645
SOLD OUT
Fuel Tank Strap
$10.00 each
9 Fuel Tank Strap
$10.00 each
9Part Number M27808Fuel Tank Strap
$10.00 each
9 Height – 8″ Length – 11″ Width – 3″
SOLD OUT
Heavy Steel Box
$35.00 each
9Height – 7″ Length – 15″ Width – 3″
SOLD OUT
Steel Box
$35.00 each
9Height – 11 1/2″ Length – 9 1/2″ Width – 3″
Part Number 133148
Torpedo and Fusee Box
$40.00 each
9Height – 8″ Length – 16″ Width – 7 1/2″Heavy Steel Box
$60.00 each
9Height – 5 1/2″ Length – 11″ Width – 7″
Part Number 129912
MT-14M Rear Steel Box
$40.00 each
9Part number ?
The box is 6 1/2″ wide and 9 1/2″ long.
The ends are 7″ high and the sides are 9″ high.
Heavy Steel Battery box
$30.00 each
9Length – 10 1/2″ Width – 6 3/4″Battery Box – Steel
$20.00 each
9Length – 10 1/4″ Width – 6 3/4″ Thickness – 3/8″Battery Box Insert – Plywood
$10.00 each
9Length – 12 1/2″ Diameter – 6″Heavy Steel Gas Tank & Cap
$75.00 each
9Part Number 40644Gas Tank Saddle
$10.00 each
9Part Number 50519Gas Tank Saddle
$7.50 each
9Part Number M27806Gas Tank Spacer
$5.00 each
9Part Number 46517
SOLD OUT
Deck End Block
$15.00 each
9Part Number M18443
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Deck End Block
$15.00 each
9Part Number 68548Wooden Seat Cleat
$10.00 each
9Part Number 46588 (Right)
Part Number 46590 (Left)
Seat Angle
$20.00 each
9 Part Number 45065 (Right)
Part Number 45069 (Left)
Seat Support
$15.00 each
9Part Number 45067 (Right)
Part Number 45071 (Left)
Seat Outer Support
$15.00 each
9Part Number 92277Gusset – Aluminum
$10.00 each
9 Gusset Kit with Hardware
$15.00 each
9Part Number 44272Gusset – Rail Skid to Frame
$15.00 each
9Part Number 44361
SOLD OUT
Gusset
$15.00 each
9Part Number 44235 or 44236Gusset
$15.00 each
9Part Number 46540 and 46541Gusset
$15.00 each
9Part Number 98936 and 98937Gusset
$15.00 each
9Part Number 50676Gusset
$10.00 each
9Part Number 43653
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Pull Rod Arm
$10.00 each
9Part Number 98933
ONLY TWELVE AVAILABLE
Wear Strip – Front
$5.00 each
9Part Number 98934
SOLD OUT
Wear Strip – Right Rear
$5.00 each
9Part Number 98935
SOLD OUT
Wear Strip – Left Rear
$5.00 each
9Part Number 76294Side Gusset Filler
$20.00 each
9Part Number 98394Engine Housing Panel – RH Aluminum
$20.00 each
9Part Number 98396Engine Housing Panel – LH Aluminum
$20.00 each
9Part Number 76924Tool Tray End – Right
$25.00 each
9Part Number 76969Tool Tray End
$25.00 each
9Part Number 59294
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Closing Strip – Right
$35.00 each
9Part Number 59295
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Closing Strip – Left
$35.00 each
9Part Number 57017
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Tool Tray End – Left
$35.00 each
9Part Number 57018
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Tool Tray End – Right
$35.00 each
9Part Number 57019
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Closing Strip – Left
$35.00 each
9Part Number 57020
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Closing Strip – Right
$35.00 each
9Part Number M18444End Block Strap – Aluminum
$10.00 each
9Part Number 44284End Block Strap – Aluminum
$10.00 each
9Part Number 46518End Block Strap – Aluminum
$10.00 each
9Part Number 58607Corner Post Filler – Left
$30.00 each
9Part Number 58606Corner Post Filler – Right
$30.00 each
9Part Number 58818Side Filler – Right
$30.00 each
9Part Number 98652Side Frame Support – Right
$30.00 each
9Part Number 69559Side Step – Steel
$50.00 each
9Part Number 128987
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
A-4E Drawbar
$75.00 each
9Part number M24436
SOLD OUT
Tow Bar
$50.00 each
9Part Number 78432MT Series Drawbar
$30.00 each
9Tow Bar Pins
LEFT PIN – 2 3/4″ shaft 1″ in diameter
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
MIDDLE PIN – 3 1/4″ shaft 1″ in diameter

ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
RIGHT PIN – 4 1/2″ shaft 1 1/4″ in diameter

ONLY NINE AVAILABLE
Tow Bar Pins
#1 – $2.00 each
#2 – $2.00 each
#3 – $3.00 each
9 Motor Car Data Placard
$5.00 each
9Part Number F3565
Notice This Placard was Used on Mexican Cars
Data Placard
$1.00 each
9Part Number 127645
Raised Lettering
Accessory Placard
$2.00 each
9 Part Number F3606
Raised Lettering
Patent Pending Placard
$2.00 each
9Part Number 410248Adhesive Turntable Alarm label
$3.00 each
9Part Number 114606Turntable Placard
$10.00 each

CAB PARTS – PANELS

SECTION TEN

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
10Part Number 69578
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Housing Side panel w/square hole – LH
$100.00 each
10Part Number 54374
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Side panel w/crank hole
$100.00 each
10Part Number ?
Length – 68 1/2 inches
Includes crank bearing catch
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Side sill – belt car
$125.00
10Part Number ?
Length – 68 1/2 inches
Without mounting holes
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Side sill – belt car
$125.00
10Part Number 69552
Aluminum
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Deck panel – sand finish – right
$100.00 each
10Part Number 69554
Aluminum
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Deck panel – sand finish – left
$100.00 each
10Part Number ?
Length – 13 1/4 inches
Vent panel border
$15.00
10Part Number ?
Length – 13 1/4 inches
Vent panel border
$15.00
10Part Number ?
Length – 9 3/4 inches
Vent panel border
$10.00
10Part Number ?
Width – 20 1/8 inches
Height – 18 3/4 inches

ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Front vent panel – left side
$100.00
10Part Number ?
Width – 20 1/8 inches
Height – 18 3/4 inches

ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Front vent panel – right side
$100.00
10Part Number 128968
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
A-4E chain guard – steel
$150.00
10Part number 128448Panel – right front, left rear
$30.00 each
10Part number 133528
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Housing Seat
$30.00 each
10Part number 133527
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Housing Seat
$30.00 each
10Part number ?
22″ long
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Extension Panel – Steel
$60.00 each
10Part number 89379
18″ long
ONLY TEN AVAILABLE
Extension Panel – Steel
$50.00 each
10Part Number 79372
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Side gusset angle – aluminum
$15.00 each
10Part Number 76944
Overall length 48 3/4 inches
Side gusset – right – aluminum
$100.00 each
10Part Number 76945
Overall length 48 3/4 inches
Side gusset – left – aluminum
$100.00 each
10Part Number 76990
Overall length 50 inches
Side gusset – right – aluminum
$100.00 each
10Part Number 76992
Overall length 50 inches
Side gusset – left – aluminum
$100.00 each
10Part Number 89385Side Gusset – Left – Aluminum
$100.00 each
10Part Number 89384Side Gusset – Right – Aluminum
$100.00 each
10Part Number 61996Inner Condenser Hood
$50.00 each
10Part Number 98392Inner Hood – Aluminum
$40.00 each
10Part Number 98341Inner Engine Hood
$50.00 each
10The panel is 10 inches tall and 8 inches wide.Vent Panel – Aluminum
$25.00 each
10Fits the A-4E
Left side – Part Number 127524
Right Side – Part Number 127534
Side Panels – Steel
$200.00 each
10Fits the A-4E
Part Number 127538
Upper End Panels – Steel
$150.00 each
10Part number ?
SOLD OUT
MT-14 Aluminum Frame – Front
$400.00 each
10Part number ?
SOLD OUT
MT-14 Aluminum Frame – Rear
$400.00 each
10Part number ?
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
MT-14 Front Lower Panel – Corrugated Steel
$200.00 each
10Part number 89373
In original crates
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Windshield Assembly w/glass
$600.00 each
10Part number ?
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
MT-14 Aluminum Windshield Frame
$150.00 each
10Part number ?
Complete with glass
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Rear Window
$100.00 each
10Part number 124197
SOLD OUT
MT-19 Aluminum Frame – Rear
$400.00 each
10Part number 58592
Front View
SOLD OUT
MT-19 Aluminum Frame – Front
$800.00 each
10Part number 58592
REAR VIEW
10Part number ?
SOLD OUT
Door Frame
$100.00 each
10Part number 58614
Right Front – Left Rear
Side Panel
$60.00 each
10Part number 58616
Left Front – Right Rear
SOLD OUT
Side Panel
$60.00 each
10Part number 132198
Left Rear – Right Front
SOLD OUT
Side Panel
$100.00 each
10Part number 132204
Right Rear – Left Front
SOLD OUT
Side Panel
$100.00 each
10Part Number ?
SOLD OUT
A-6 Side Panel – Left
$100.00 each
10Part Number ?
SOLD OUT
A-6 Side Panel – Right
$100.00 each
10Part Number ?A-8 Side Center Post
$30.00 each
10Part Number ?A-4 Front Side Panel – Left
$100.00 each
10Part Number ?A-4 Front Side Panel – Right
$100.00 each
10Part Number ?Engine Cover with Hardware
$60.00 each
10Part Number ?Engine Cover with Hardware
$60.00 each
10Part Number ?Engine Cover Frame Only
$30.00 each
10Part Number ?
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Center Console with Oiler Port
$100.00 each
10Part Number 100167
SOLD OUT
Center Console without Oiler Port
$125.00 each
10Part Number 69585Front Housing Support Frame – Aluminum
$80.00 each
10Part Number 69584Front Lower Panel With Skin – Aluminum
$100.00 each
10Part Number 76195S2H Windshield with Glass
$500.00 each
10Part Number 76195The Windshield listed above comes
complete with all mounting hardware.
10Part Number 98335Rail Skid
$50.00 each
10Part Number 135220Rail Skid
$50.00 each
10Part Number 76276Deck End Sheet Angle – LF
$30.00 each
10Part Number 76277Deck End Sheet Angle – RF
$30.00 each
10Part Number 61988Front Filler – LH
$40.00 each
10Part Number 61987Front Filler – RH
$40.00 each
10Part Number 99091Cab Front Filler
$25.00 each
10Part Number 9839
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Center Support Bar
$25.00 each
10Part Number 98354Support Angle – LH
$30.00 each
10Part Number 58589Housing Support – LF
$30.00 each
10Part Number 58588Housing Support – RF
$30.00 each
10Part Number 44739Housing Support – LR
$30.00 each
10Part Number 46530Housing Support – LR
$30.00 each
10Part Number 99080Housing Support – RF
$30.00 each
10Part Number 45129Battery Clamp Angle
$30.00 each
10Part Number 46603Battery Clamp Angle
$30.00 each
10Part Number 98338Battery Clamp Angle
$30.00 each
10Part Number 98355Muffler Support
$20.00 each
10Part Number 69555Strip
$15.00 each

CAB PARTS – ROOFS

SECTION ELEVEN

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
11Part number ?
Dimensions are 63 1/4″ by 55 1/2″ not including gutters

ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Pan Roof Frame with Gutters
$300.00 each
11Part number 72124
Dimensions are 63 1/4″ by 60 1/2″ not including gutters

ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Pan Roof Frame with Gutters
$300.00 each
11Part number 77535 – Right Hand
Part number 77537 – Left Hand
Panels approximately 80 inches long
Panels pre-bent with side gutters and mounting holes for making peaked roofs
ONLY TWO SETS AVAILABLE
SOLD IN PAIRS ONLY
Roof Sheet with Gutters
$300.00 each set
11Part number 58624K
Dimensions are 63 1/4″ by 60 1/2″ not including gutters
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Roof Assembly Aluminum – Pan
$600.00 each
11Part number ? 40 3/4″ L x 63 1/2″ W
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Canopy Top – Peaked
$500.00 each
11Part number ? – 46 1/2″ L x 63 1/2″ W
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Part number ? – 52 1/2″ L x 63 1/2″ W
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Part number ? – 66″ L x 63 1/2″ W
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Canopy Top – Peaked
$600.00 each
11Part Number 75966Roof Front End Piece – Aluminum
$50.00 each
11Back view of Part Number 75966 
11Part Number 75970Roof Rear End Piece – Aluminum
$50.00 each
11Back view of Part Number 75970 

ENGINE RELATED PARTS

SECTION TWELVE

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
12
12Part Number ?
Length – 60 inches
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Flexible throttle cable
$15.00
12Part Number 193-0005
0-50 psi range
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Onan oil pressure gauge
$50.00 each
12Part Number 100136
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Engine support angle
$20.00 each
12Part number 116900
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Engine Support – Rear
$25.00 each
12Part Number 100135
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Engine support bar
$20.00 each
12Part Number 116899 (on right)
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE

Part Number 116896 (on left)
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Support bracket 116899 – right rear
$15.00 each

Support bracket 116896 – left rear
$15.00 each
12Part number M34881A
SOLD OUT
Throttle Lever
$35.00 each
12Part number FD8081
Made by Standard Motor Products
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
Point Set
$10.00 each
12Part number FD77X
Made by Blue Streak
ONLY 14 AVAILABLE
Condenser
$10.00 each
12Onan Part number 170-3071
SOLD OUT
Onan Cylinder Head
$75.00 each
12Mechanical GaugeOil Pressure Gauge – 0 to 60 psi
$25.00 each
12Part Number F3951Ammeter – -20 to +20 amps
$25.00 each
12Part Number F19317
These are American Made
NOT made in China!!
Push-Pull Switch
Wide Terminals
$10.00 each
12Part Number F19317
These are American Made
NOT made in China!!
Push-Pull Switch
Narrow Terminals
SOLD OUT
12Part Number 100153Engine Control Panel
$70.00 each
12Part Number M24881KEngine Control Panel
$80.00 each
12Part Number 98418Shift Control Panel
$20.00 each
12Part Number 112287
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Oil Drip Plate
$15.00 each
12Part Number 99440Shift Control Panel Underliner
$7.50 each
12Part Number 100005Engine Sill – Left
$50.00 each
12Part Number 100112Engine Sill – Right
$25.00 each
12Part Number 100137Exhaust Pipe
$25.00 each
12Part Number 132489Exhaust Pipe
$20.00 each
12Part Number 98410Carb Access Cover
$10.00 each
12Part Number 39184Bracket – Right Hand
$10.00 each
12Part Number 39185Bracket – Left Hand
$10.00 each
12Part Number M26462Bracket
$10.00 each
12Part Number M29850
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Muffler Support Bracket
$15.00 each
12Part Number M30796Muffler Support Bracket
$15.00 each
12Part Number M24871
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Idler Lever Spring Stop
$10.00 each
12Part Number H3654
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Idler Lever Spring Stop
$10.00 each
12Part Number M27306
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Throttle Shaft Bearing
$25.00 each
12Part Number 128090
SOLD OUT
Filler Tube
12Part Number 53682Air Cleaner Elbow
$20.00 each
12Part Number 44033Exhaust Elbow
$20.00 each
12Part Number F12856
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Exhaust Elbow
$20.00 each
12Part Number M28251
SOLD OUT
Exhaust Elbow
$20.00 each
12Part Number 60408Exhaust Elbow
$20.00 each
12Part Number 45261Exhaust Outlet Casting
$20.00 each
12Part Number M36340
SOLD OUT
Oil Bath Air Cleaner
$30.00 each
12Part Number FOR1666
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Crankshaft Clutch Nut
$50.00 each
12 Muffler Clamp Assembly
$3.00 each
12Part Number F18867Exhaust Pipe Flange
$2.00 each
12 Gas Filter
$15.00 each
12Part Number F18867Needle Valve Guide
$3.00 each
12Part Number F13294Ball Joint
$5.00 each
12Part Number C37603Ball Joint
$5.00 each
12Part Number F17068
See Below for thread Dimensions
Ball Joint
$5.00 each
12Ball Joint Threads are
1/4-28 and #10-32
12Part Number 99333
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Carburetor Float
$25.00 each
12Part Number F20750
SOLD OUT
A-4E Engine Rubber Mount
$15.00 each
12Part Number M22664Coil to Battery Wire
$1.00 each
12Part Number 51264Low Tension Cable
$1.00 each
12Part Number F4048Spark Cable Terminal
$1.00 each
12 Rubber Sparkplug Boot
$1.00
12Part number F12864Air Filter Band
$20.00 each
12Part Number F20766Mounting Band
$15.00 each
12Part number 191-1052
These starters are not available from
Onan currently. The starters for
sale on the internet now are cheap

junk from China.
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
CCKB Complete Starter
$400.00 each
12Part number 103-0656
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Onan Gearcase Cover – Aluminum
$50.00 each
12Part number 170-1955
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Onan Timing Cover
$50.00 each
12Part number 140-0595
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Onan Air Cleaner Base
$10.00
12Part number 191-0639
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Onan Baffle
$10.00
12Part number 191-0638
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Onan Bracket
$10.00
12Part number 154-1958-50
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Onan Exhaust Adapter
$10.00
12Fits CCKB Engine
SOLD OUT
Exhaust Manifold
$50.00 each
12 Fits CCKB Engine
SOLD OUT 
Intake Manifold
$75.00 each
12Part number 160C792
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Onan 4 Volt Ignition Coil
$50.00
12NO EXCHANGE REQUIREDMotorola Alternator
$85.00 each
12Part number F16882
Alternator, pully and regulator
SOLD OUT
Complete 12 Volt Alternator
$150.00 each
12Part number DR-21
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Wilson Regulator
$25.00 each
12 Motorola Regulator
$25.00 each
12 Motorola Regulator
$25.00 each
12SOLD OUTWilson Regulator
$25.00 each
12Part Number ?Inlet Screen
$45.00 each
12Part Number 99046Inlet Screen
$25.00 each
12Part Number 73309
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
A-Car Radiator with Cap
$350.00 each
12 Engine Fan
$25.00 each
12Part Number 37133Engine Fan – 17 Inch
$35.00 each
12Part Number D5JL-6014-EEngine Gasket Kit
$25.00 each
12Part Number 7761BEngine Head Gasket
$15.00 each
12Part Number M19044Engine Base Bushing
$2.00 each
12Part Number N.M. 17584
SOLD OUT
Spark Arrestor
$40.00
12Part Number 121284Radiator Bracket Bar
$5.00
12Delco Remy D913Starter Switch
$30.00 each
12Part Number F13309Carburetor
$100.00 each

MANUALS

SECTION THIRTEEN

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
1338 Pages – 8 1/2″ by 11″Brand New Manual
$10.00 each
1346 Pages – 8 1/2″ by 11″Brand New Manual
$10.00 each
1363 Pages – 8 1/2″ by 11″Brand New Manual
$10.00 each
1376 Pages – 5 3/4″ by 9″Brand New Manual
$10.00 each
1347 Pages – 5 1/2″ by 9″Brand New Manual
$10.00 each
1338 Pages – 5 1/2″ by 9″Brand New Manual
$10.00 each
1347 Pages – 5 1/2″ by 9″Brand New Manual
$10.00 each
13145 Pages in .pdf FormatFairmont CCKB Engine
MT-14L Motorcar
Fairmont Equipment Listing
$35.00 with free shipping
1343 Pages in .pdf FormatFairmont Motor Car Manuals
$35.00 with free shipping

MISCELLANEOUS PARTS

SECTION FOURTEEN

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
14
14Part Number ?
Dimensions: 7 1/2″ long, 3 3/4″ wide and
1 1/8″ thick
Two 3/8″ holes that are 6″ apart
Oak wood block
$5.00 each
14Part Number 826720C1
Made by International Harvester
ONLY THREE BOXES AVAILABLE
More will be available
Sickle knife sections
$35.00 per box of 30
 14Part Number M33943
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Filler
$1.00 each
14 Part Number 42165
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Tail light bracket
$5.00 each
14 Part Number 50937
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Windshield support
$3.00 each
14Part Number 48829
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Windshield post holder
$5.00 each
14Part Number 127887
Length – 42 inches
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
A-4E Heater control cable
$50.00
14Part Number 73719
Spring length is 3/4 inches
Spring
$1.00 each
14Part Number F13601
SOLD OUT
Retaining ring
$4.00 each
14Part Number F9406Retaining ring
$3.00 each
14Part Number F16971Retaining ring
$3.00 each
14Part Number F16463
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Retaining ring
$3.00 each
14Part Number F4770Oil cup
$5.00 each
14Part Number ?
Outer diameter – 1.25″
Inner diameter – 1.0″
Length – 1.0″
Wall thickness – 0.12″
Bushing
$10.00 each
14Part Number ?
Overall length – 8 inches
Spring
$5.00 each
14Part Number F29299
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Chain lock
$25.00 each
14Part Number F16873
ONLY 5 AVAILABLE
Rubber O ring
$1.00 each
14Bevel washers
Large – 1 1/2″ x 1 1/2″ with 5/8″ hole
Medium – 1 1/4″ x 1 1/4″ with 7/16″ hole
Small – 1″ x 1 1/4″ with 7/16″ hole – F3495
Bevel washers
Large $2.00 each
Medium $ 1.50 each
F3495 Small $1.00 each
14Part Number ?
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Hunter heater mercury switch
$10.00 each
14Part Number ?
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Hunter heater fuel pump
$50.00 each
14Part Number ?
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Hunter heater deflector
$15.00 each
14Part Number 98409
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Hunter heater control panel
$35.00 each
14Part Number ?
ONLY ONE AVAILABLE
Hunter heater control switch
$15.00 each
14Part Number F1222Woodruff key
$2.00 each
14Part Number F11250
ONLY 23 AVAILABLE
Woodruff key
$2.00 each
14Part Number A1132
5/8″ in diameter
Bushing
$2.00 each
14Part number 55348KBell Crank
$10.00 each
14Part number 59874Drawbar Support
$20.00 each
14Part Number F6619
5/16″ in diameter – 1″ long
Yoke Pin
$1.00 each
14Part number 88569Support Angle Bracket Upper Right
$20.00 each
14Part number 88571Support Angle Bracket Upper Left
$20.00 each
14Part Number 98409
ONLY 20 AVAILABLE
Lever stop
$5.00 each
14Part Number M30839
ONLY FIVE AVAILABLE
Aluminum washer
$5.00 each
14Part Number 50674
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Rail skid support – RF & LR
$15.00 each
14Part Number 50675
ONLY TWO AVAILABLE
Rail skid support – LF & RR
$15.00 each
14 Part Number 56560
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Door lock spacer
$5.00 each
14Part Number 98409
ONLY 16 AVAILABLE
Striker plate
$5.00 each
14Part Number 133058
SOLD OUT
A-4E turntable base
$250.00 each
14Part Number M30333
Spring is 10 Inches long and 2 1/2 inches wide
Turntable retraction spring
$15.00 each
14These were taken off motorcars I restored
They have rubber rings and mounts
SOLD OUT
Headlight
$20.00 each
14Part number ?
These headlights are stainless steel
ONLY THREE AVAILABLE
Headlight with Louvers
$50.00 each
14Side view of the headlight listed above
14Part number F13445
SOLD OUT
Powder Coated Headlight
$40.00 each
14Lights are 4 1/2″ by 7″
These were taken off motorcars I restored
ONLY FOUR AVAILABLE
Hobbs Halogen Lights
$20.00 each
14Part number 40408
ONLY EIGHT AVAILABLE
Control Rod Half
$10.00 each
14Part number F1615
Diameter 1 3/4″ – hole 15/16″ – 1/8″ thick
Washer
$1.00 each
14Part number 46062Deck Side Angle Spacer
$10.00 each
14Part number F16028Lock Pin
$5.00 each
14Part number ?
SOLD OUT
Tow Bar Pin
$60.00 each
14Part Number 140625
SOLD OUT
16 Inch Coupler
$50.00 each
14Part number M11668
Flip lock not installed
SOLD OUT
Safety Coupler
$25.00 each
14Part number M6656
Pull rating 1200 pounds
SOLD OUT
Link Coupler
$50.00 each
14ONLY ONE AVAILABLE Horn Relay
$15.00 each
14Part Number 102-0588Onan Heater
$15.00 each
14Part number 4202Ammeter DCA
$50.00
14Part Number M33094
Total Spring Length 2 1/2″
Fairmont Spring
$5.00 each
14Part Number F41035
Total Spring Length 6″
Fairmont Spring
$6.00 each
14Part Number TF68F
Spring Length 5/8″
Fairmont Spring
$2.00 each
14Part Number 136703Fairmont Spring
$2.00 each
14Part Number F1702Castle Nut
$1.00 each
14Part Number F2545
1/2″ x 13 threads
Castle Nut
$1.00 each
14Part Number 43008Control Arm Spacer
$3.00 each
14Part Number 72281Spacer
$2.00 each
14 Stud – 3 1/4 Inch
$2.00 each
14 Stud – 5 Inch
$2.00 each
14Part Number 68267Stud
$2.00 each
14Part Number M17647Stud
$2.00 each
14Part Number 79365Ball Hitch
$15.00 each
14Part Number M35754
SOLD OUT
Spring Hanger
$10.00 each
14Part Number M36406Harness Support Clip Keeper
$2.00 each
14Part Number F16934Pipe Adapter
$2.00 each
14Part Number F41181Brass Elbow
$2.00 each
14Part Number F9271Pipe Adapter
$2.00 each
14Part Number F7901Brass Acorn Nut
$1.00 each
14Part Number F5235Fairmont Grease Cup
$5.00 each
14Part Number ?Oiler Reservoir
$10.00 each
14Part Number F5085Oil Cup
$5.00 each
14English Measurements
Part Number 50364
Fairmont Graduation Blocks
$10.00 each
14Metric Measurements
Part Number 127960
Fairmont Graduation Blocks
$10.00 each
14 ONLY FOUR AVAILABLEFairmont Rail Gauge
$10.00 each

WAUKESHA MOTORCAR PARTS

SECTION FIFTEEN

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
15Part Number DB196
ONLY SIX AVAILABLE
ICK Cylinder cover pan gasket
$10.00 each
15Part number ?
SOLD OUT
Waukesha ICK Gasket Kit
$75.00 each
15The kit contains all the gaskets seen in both photos.
15SOLD Waukesha ICK Radiator
$50.00
Local Pickup Only
15THIS ENGINE WAS SOLD FOR SCRAP  
15Part Number 121077Waukesha ICK Elbow
$25.00 each
15Starter Completely Rebuilt
SOLD OUT
Waukesha ICK Starter
$300.00
Free Shipping
15THIS MANIFOLD WAS SOLD FOR
SCRAP AND THE CARBURATOR WAS
DONATED TO A CUSTOMER
Waukesha ICK Carb and Manifold
$40.00
15Part Number 121042C
SOLD OUT
Waukesha ICK Manifold
$100.00
15THIS PART WAS SOLD FOR SCRAP Waukesha ICK Head
$40.00
15ALMOST NEWWaukesha ICK Pressure Plate
$40.00
15REBUILT
SOLD OUT
Waukesha ICK Clutch Plate
$20.00

USED MOTORCAR PARTS

SECTION SIXTEEN

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
16These heaters are available for parts only
THESE WERE SCRAPPED ON 10/30 2021
Hunter Heaters
$50.00 each
16No broken or damaged fins, no cracks,
and spark plug threads in excellent shape.
SOLD OUT
CCKB heads
$40.00 a pair
16Transmission cleaned, new 80-140 gear
lube added, new gaskets and stainless
steel bolts used during assembly. Includes throw out bearing mechanism.
FIVE AVAILABLE
A-Car T9 Complete Transmission with bellhousing
$1000.00
16  
16Rail Skid was made to fit AT&SF MotorcarsRail Skid
$50.00 each
16SOLD OUTMT-19 Fenders
$100.00 for ALL
16Complete transmission with bell housing and
throw-out assembly taken from an
operational motorcar during restoration.
SOLD OUT
Transmission with bellhousing
$400.00
Local Pickup Only
16C&NW Railroad
Flag, Flare and Torpedo Holder
$100.00
16Flag, Flare and Torpedo Holder
$100.00
16Part number 210204
SOLD IN SETS OF FOUR ONLY
SOLD OUT
16 Inch Cast Steel Wheels
$3000.00
per set
16Since I automatically install new pressed or
cast steel wheels on motorcars I restore,
I have many used wheels available.
SOLD OUT
Used 16 Inch pressed wheels
$100.00 each

MOTORCARS AND TRAILERS

SECTION SEVENTEEN

##PARTCOMMENTSPRICE
17Ontario Northland with Kubota diesel
Hydraulic turntable
New diesel injectors
New bonded brakes
New center console with storage area
NOS American Bosch wiper motors
Dual heaters under seats
New front axle and axle bearings
Rebuild alternator

New wiring
Spark arrestor
Stainless steel fuel tank
Ontario Northland MT-14 Diesel
$10,000.00
17More pictures available on the Anchor Hocking Glass Museum website under the “About the Curator” tab
1710,000 lb. capacity axles
New deck of pressure treated lumber
Stainless steel hardware
Fairmont Trailer
$1,000.00

TIE DATE NAILS

SECTION EIGHTEEN

RAILROADAVAILABLE DATESPRICE
Boston & Albany1926 – 1931
Boston & Maine1952 – 1955
Central of Vermont1959 – 1964
Chicago & Illinois Midland1926 – 1960
Delaware & Hudson1928 – 1952
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western1912 – 1950
Erie1932 – 1958
Great Northernunsorted presently
Illinois Central1950 – 1956
Illinois Central Gulf1957 – 1961
Leigh Valleyunsorted presently
Milwaukee Road1930 – 1943
New Haven1923 – 1949 (except 1940)
New York Central1913 – 1931
Norfolk & Western1931 – 1949
Southern Pacificunsorted presently
Toledo, Peoria & Western1934 – 1948
Most of the tie date nails in the list I personally pulled from 1960 to 2005. I used a 1960 Railroad Guide to determine the owner of the specific tracks where the nails were found. Some of the dates may have several different styles of nails, depending upon the railroad.

SECTION NINETEEN

ARTICLE NAMESETOFF DATE OF PUBLICATION
Onan Starter RebuildsNever published
The Last MotorcarNever published
From Junk to Jewel, A-5E RestorationJuly/August 2017
Motorcars, Diesel or Gas?March/April 2018
Fairmont M-5A Sickle Mower RestorationJuly/August 2021
Thread ProblemsMarch/April 2018
Fairmont W64-A Series Derrick RestorationMarch/April 2017
Motorcars, Hobby or Obsession?November/December 2019
A Lifelong Dream FullfilledMay/June 2017

Onan Starter Upgrade

Recently, I had the opportunity to have an Onan starter rebuilt. The technician replaced the bushings, solenoid and turned the armature. Before he assembled the starter he asked me if I wanted to have the brush setup updated.  Not knowing exactly what he was referring to, I asked for an explanation.  He stated that the original Onan starters had three brushes: one negative and two positively charged. While this did not seem to be a problem to me at the time, I remembered having starters that turned slowly or had to be “bumped” to get them to spin. The brush setup was the problem.
With only one negative brush, it carries the entire current load going to the starter. As a result, the negative brush often wears out quickly and becomes coated with graphite dust. This may cause the brush to stick in the holder and lose contact with the armature. Once this happens, the starter becomes intermittent or totally inoperative. 
Onan realized this could be a problem, so they upgraded later starters with a four brush system: two negative and two positive brushes. Now at least one of each positive and negative brush will contact the armature and allow the starter to initially turn.  While it may turn slowly at first, once it begins to spin usually internal vibration will cause all four brushes to contact the armature and the starter will turn at normal speed.
To eliminate starter problems, have the four brush setup installed.  The brush holder is number 69-8306, with a cost of approximately $30.00. The starter will have more torque, spin a little faster and brush wear will be significantly reduced.

The Last Motorcar

When Fairmont ceased making motorcars, they had many parts in their warehouse.  Those parts were eventually transferred to Brown Rail in Granite City, Illinois. About five years ago I went to Brown Rail to purchase a good transmission case to replace one that was cracked on one of my A-4D motorcars. When I first drove up to the business, I was amazed at the acres of motorcars and rows of trailers containing the remaining Fairmont parts inventory. Never did I imagine that I would make over thirty more trips to Browns to buy motorcars and parts.
In the lot was the last complete motorcar cab that Fairmont made, a MT-19. It was originally in a crate, but the crate had long since succumbed to the ravages of the harsh Missouri weather.  I tried unsuccessfully for two years to purchase the cab. Eventually, the Browns decided to let the cab go.  I loaded the cab on my trailer and headed back to Texas.
Eventually, I purchased nine motorcars and the majority of the parts in those trailers. The cab sat in my driveway for three years before I transported it and the NOS parts I had, to Steve Paluso in San Jose, CA. Steve, the “Michelangelo of Motorcars”, would spend approximately four months transforming the multitude of parts into the last Fairmont motorcar.
The completed MT-19 was a work of art.  The entire motorcar was powdered coated in dark hunter green.  Since the powder coating process exposes the parts to temperatures in excess of 350 degrees, large panels tend to warp and ripple.  The original aluminum on the car is rather thin, so Steve replaced the roof and rear panels with thicker aluminum.
Even though I had a NOS turntable, the seals in the hydraulic cylinder were replaced due to age.  It was better to replace the seals before the turntable was installed rather than after the installation and a leak developed. A new hydraulic pump and reservoir were purchased. The system was equipped with both an auditory and visual warning device.
Several additional items were added to the motorcar.  A new Motorola Astro 50 watt, narrow-band radio, a set of Pyle miniature marker lights, new seats, new battery, and full sound insulation. The motorcar is powered by a new Onan Performer 220 engine. A new exhaust system with a spark arrestor was fabricated and covered with exhaust heat wrap. Several windows in the original cab were made of plexiglass; those were replaced with safety glass.  The motorcar was finally finished and the only task left to accomplish was take the car on a test run.
Steve transported the motorcar to the Niles Canyon Railway in Fremont, California. The motorcar performed flawlessly on the 10-mile run. Now all that is left to do is drive to California and pick up the last new motorcar made by Fairmont and assembled by Steve Paluso. This car will join my assortment of 20+ motorcars in San Antonio, Texas and begin a new life on future motorcar excursions.

From Junk To Jewel, A-5E Restoration

Michelangelo once stated “Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.”  I guess this could also be said about the person who finds a “junker” motorcar and recognizes its potential to become a jewel of the rails again.  Many times in life we start on one course of action but subsequently become diverted to another path. This was the case involving a Fairmont A-5E open car that I purchased.  Initially, I bought the motorcar for the Mitsubishi diesel engine and Fairmont T-9 transmission.  To say the motorcar was in deplorable condition was a gross understatement!  Most of the wood structure was missing and what little was hanging on the steel frame was rotten and totally worthless.  The transmission and rear end were without lubrication and full of mud dauber wasp nests.  Judging by the steel structure damage, the motorcar had obviously been involved in an accident or run off the rails in the past.  So, what made me decide to take this piece of junk and find the jewel inside?
      Just out of curiosity I wanted to see if the engine would turn over.  I knew from contact with a previous owner that the motorcar had not been run in over three years.  The radiator was missing, the exhaust system was gone, the radiator fan was damaged, the wiring was cut, and there was no fuel system.  I used jumper cables to connect the starter to a car battery.  The engine turned over three or four times and before I could disconnect the battery, the engine sprung to life.  It slowly idled and quickly accelerated when the throttle was advanced.  Then a horrible screech emanated from the transmission (those pesky mud dauber nests at work).  In sheer panic, I attempted to stop the engine.  However there was no fuel shutoff valve or ignition switch to turn off.  To stop a diesel, you need to pull the fuel cutoff handle on the engine itself.  But where was that located?  Actually, the handle was missing.  I finally found the place where the handle attached to the fuel pump, rotated the short lever and the engine stopped. This is when a brilliant idea hit me . . . . why not restore this relatively rare motorcar to running condition?  So the journey began.
      Before you disassemble any motorcar, be sure to take plenty of pictures so the reassembly will be easier.  I also saved the old wood and structure pieces to serve as a pattern for new items.  Once the new items were installed, the old items were scrapped.  I removed all the wood and metal components from the frame.  I did not remove the engine.
     I always replace all the wheels with new wheels from Harsco.  New bonded brake shoes were obtained. The wood blocks were stained and coated with polyurethane to prevent rotting.  The entire steel structure was sanded, primed, and painted black.  Next on the list was the rear end.  Removing the rear axle and differential was the hardest part of the restoration.  The sheer weight of the axle and differential made movement by one person almost impossible.  The rear end of an A-car contains a myriad of tapered bearings, shims, locks and other assorted parts.  I only worked on one side of the rear axle at a time.  Before I started any work on the rear end, I lined up all the parts on the axle and documented the assembly order with numerous photographs.  I had to hire a truck transmission company to remove and install many of the bearings.  There is about $1200.00 in tapered roller bearings in the rear end alone.
      With the rear end repaired, I focused my attention on the transmission.  The T-9 transmission had a long 10 inch crack running down the front corner of the case.  I purchased another transmission case and had the case checked for cracks, then cleaned and finally sealed.  New gears and bearings were installed.  Since the clutch was practically new, I only replaced the throw out and pinion shaft bearings.  One of the hardest tasks is the assembly of the clutch and pressure plate.  To get the alignment perfect for installing the transmission, insert an old transmission pinion shaft through the splined hole in the clutch plate and push it into the pilot bearing in the back of the engine.  With the shaft in this position the backing plate of the clutch can be tightened to specification.  Then, remove the shaft and attach the transmission.  Everything will be aligned for the installation.
      Next on the agenda were the wood supports, decking, and console.  I used pressure treated lumber to prevent rotting.  Under the deck, the cross supports had steel ends to provide increased strength and durability.  I might have been easier to use plywood for the deck, but I like to retain the original configuration of the motorcar.  The decking was made of 1 inch by 6 inch boards.  For the console and rear seating area, I used oak veneered ¾ inch plywood.  I assembled the upper steel structure on the driveway and then placed it on the new deck.  Once I had it in the correct position on the deck, I drilled the holes for the attachment bolts.
       The electrical system was also a challenge.  A new alternator for this engine was $257.00!  From my experience with restoring antique automobiles, it found that it is often cheaper and quicker to rebuild then buy new.  The alternator was rebuilt for $53.00. I purchased LED lighting so I wouldn’t be plagued by light bulbs failing.  I prefer to solder, rather than crimp, all electrical connections to keep connections tight.  Two new fuse blocks, new gauges, new master cutoff switch, and new wiring would complete the electrical system. 
      The fuel system was upgraded with a stainless steel 10 gallon fuel tank, new Racor fuel filter and water trap, new fuel lines, sediment bowl and cutoff valve on the fuel tank. 
      The radiator that came with the car was not the original.  It actually fit the flathead four-cylinder Waukesha engine.  The radiator for this Mitsubishi S2E2 engine was available from the manufacturer for a mere $2,300.00!!  Luckily, I had purchased a spare motorcar with the original Mitsubishi radiator.  I had the radiator checked for fluid flow and leaks and then filled it with Caterpillar antifreeze designed for diesel engines.
      The exhaust system was missing.  Since I will probably run this motorcar in the western United States I installed a spark arrestor that was purchased at local O’Reilly Auto Store.
      You will notice that most of the hardware is not painted.  After spending countless hours trying to remove rusted and corroded nuts and bolts, I replaced all hardware in stainless steel.  The cost is considerably more, but any future disassembly will be a breeze.
      Finally, after a year of frustration and hard work, the A-5E open motorcar is finished. Michelangelo would have been pleased with the result of my efforts.  The “stone” has been transformed into an object of beauty, form, and function.

Motorcars, Diesel or Gas?

Often people ask me why I have such a fixation on owning diesel powered motorcars.  It is the result of a series of events.  My first motorcar ride was on a popper.  After nine breakdowns in less than eight hours, I decided that I would ride several motorcars before I made a purchase.  I immediately crossed poppers off my list permanently.  My second ride was on an A-4D with the Ford 4-cylinder gasoline engine.  I liked the dependability of the Ford engine and the reliability of the four speed transmission with the reversing rear end.  Over the next six months I did ride several other motorcars and decided I wanted a large motorcar with a four-speed transmission.
The first motorcar I actually went to see and consider buying was an A-4D with the 3-cylinder Lister-Petter diesel.  After a 20 mile run, I purchased the motorcar and hauled it back to Texas from Maine.  This was the beginning of my love and appreciation for diesel engines.  Over the next three years I purchased three A-4Ds, one A-5E and two MT-14Ls with diesel engines.  The motorcar fleet represents three major companies:  Kubota, Mitsubishi, and Lister-Petter.   Isuzu and Deutz diesel engines can also be found in motorcars; however I do not have direct experience with these engines.  So what are the “pros and cons” of diesel engines?

PRO

There are several advantages of running diesel engines.  First, the engines are very dependable because they do not have an ignition system so there is no maintenance of points, spark plugs, condensers, coils or ignition wires.  The diesel engines rely on very high compression ratios (at least 20:1) to ignite the fuel; therefore, the components are often much more rugged than gasoline engine components with lower compression ratios.  Diesel engines are very fuel efficient and produce high torque at all engine speeds.  Because the engines have heaters in each cylinder to assure good fuel vaporization, they are very easy to start even at very low temperatures. This was probably a major factor for the Canadian railroads converting many of their motorcars from gasoline to diesel.
One of the most common problems experienced on motorcar runs is related to the fuel delivery system.  Original factory fuel pumps often fail so most people have installed electrical fuel pumps to ensure a positive fuel flow at varying motorcar speeds and through one or more fuel filters.  The diesel engine uses a large mechanical pump mounted directly on the engine.  Most of these pumps pressurize the fuel to over 2,000 psi to ensure proper fuel dispersal through the injectors and into the cylinders. Fuel flow in diesel engines is seldom, if ever, a problem.
Diesel fuel has many unique properties which make it preferred over gasoline.  Diesel fuel is not readily flammable and generally won’t ignite even if it directly contacts hot manifolds or exhaust pipes.  Diesel fuels do not contain additives such as alcohol which can raise havoc with fuel system components.  As most people have experienced with their trimmers, lawn mowers and other gas-powered engines, gasoline has a short shelf-life and goes “flat” after 30-60 days.  The “flat” gas will have a very distinct smell because the lighter hydrocarbons in the gas have evaporated and the gas will be hard to ignite in the engine. Diesel fuel, unlike gasoline, does not go “flat” over time.
The majority of the motor cars with diesel engines utilize a radiator for cooling.  The German Deutz is the only exception I have ever seen.  The Deutz engine relies on forced air cooling. Most of my motorcars seldom exceed 165 degrees water temperature even at increased loads, steep grades or high outside air temperatures. Diesel engines with radiators can be stationary and run without overheating for hours. Try doing the same thing with an air cooled Onan CCKB on a 100 degree day!
Once the diesel engine is running it is basically self sufficient and doesn’t need a battery.  The diesel engine has no ignition to fail, has a mechanical fuel pump to provide a continuous fuel flow, will continue to run until the fuel cutoff is actuated and it runs at any altitude. There is no carburetor to tune because fuel is injected directly into the cylinders at over 2,000 psi at any altitude.  If you are lucky enough to have a Kubota diesel, you also have a hydraulic pump on the engine.  This can be used to power the motorcar turntable without having to provide a separate pump. 
Technical manuals and parts listings are reasonably easy to obtain and a MUST HAVE!  Many dealers do not have part listings for these older engines. Be sure to save all receipts for parts for further reference.  I maintain a separate binder for each motorcar I own that contains all the records for that motorcar.  Make sure the receipt is easy to read with all the necessary information needed to reorder the specific part.  If the receipt is incomplete, put the part box label in the binder.

CON

Now that we have examined the positive aspects of diesels, let’s look at the other side of the coin.  Probably, one of the biggest drawbacks to owning a diesel is the availability of knowledge and expertise concerning diesel engines.  The majority of the diesel engines found in motorcars were made for industrial applications and finding a reliable source of parts and information may be very difficult.  If you visit your local Kubota, Isuzu, Mitsubishi or Lister-Petter dealer and inquire about parts or information concerning motorcar diesels you will see the dealers look at you with the “deer in the headlights” look.  They have no clue about the engines because most of them were made 15-20 years ago and had industrial applications only.    You need to find someone in the motorcar hobby or diesel engine mechanic that has worked with these engines.
Be sure to purchase the proper parts and maintenance manual(s) for the engine(s) that you have. The parts manuals are very specific for only certain engine serial numbers.  The manuals indicate where to locate the engine serial number.  The numbers can be difficult to find and very hard to read. Locate and record the engine serial number for each engine you have.  When you go to order parts, the salesperson will insist on having the engine serial number before placing an order.
Purchasing diesel engines and their parts can really empty your wallet in a flash! I recently purchased a new Kubota Z-602 two cylinder engine for my narrow gauge MT-14L.  The complete engine assembly with a radiator cost $4,500.  Most of the injectors I have ordered for other motorcars have cost from $150 to $400 each (plus shipping).  Many of the parts are not available in the United States, must be ordered abroad, and may take months to obtain.
Even though diesel engines are extremely efficient, you generally can’t rely on other operators to provide fuel if you run out.  Carrying extra diesel fuel is vital.  You definitely do not want to run out of fuel.  If this should happen the fuel system must be purged of air.  The purging process usually requires “cracking” each individual injector line open and actuating the manual fuel feed pump (if the engine has one) or turning the engine over with the starter, to expel the air from the lines. Once the air is purged and all the lines are tightened, the engine will start.
The diesel engines tend to have a very high profile so they will not fit in a standard motorcar without extending the engine compartment upwards about 10 to 12 inches. The engines will be noisier and heavier than equivalent gasoline engines.  The engine weight might not be a factor for most applications, but it will certainly influence the spring selection in motorcar suspension systems.

CONCLUSION

You decision to run a gasoline or diesel engine should be based on many factors.  Examine your finances, where you run your motorcar (altitudes), availability of reliable maintenance, the size of the motorcar you desire to operate, and short supply of diesel powered motorcars on the market. Weigh all the factors and then make an informed purchase.  Either way (gas or diesel), enjoy your purchase!

Fairmont M-5A Sickle Mower Restoration

One quiet evening while I was perusing my email, one message popped up with a link to a rather unusual piece of Fairmont Maintenance of Way (MOW) equipment. Checking out the link I saw a rare M-5A double sickle mower.  Now I realize I already had enough projects in the works, but how could I resist this one?  The mower needed to be restored and preserved before it was scrapped and lost forever.
I contacted the seller and we agreed on a price and time for me to come to Tennessee and get the mower. Looking at the mower up close I knew this was going to be a challenge to say the least.  The mower was covered with dead vines, lichens, and rust…..tons of rust! We attempted to pull the mower up onto my trailer with a winch, but the front part of the mower dug into my ramps. Finally, I asked if they had any way to lift the mower and set it on the trailer. Lo and behold, they had a large end loader.  We chained up the mower and set it on the trailer. Now for the 1200 mile drive home.
Now remember the problem loading the mower, well, I had even more trouble unloading the mower by myself. After a couple of frustrating hours of hard labor and cursing, the “beast” was finally in my driveway and off the trailer. Now the real work began. 
The mower had some unique features:
1). The two Wisconsin engines have twin disk Rockford clutches enabling the engine to operate independently of the sickle and drive mechanism. The result is quicker, easier starting because the engines can turn over and warm up without the drag of the sickle and drive mechanisms. Disengagement permits adjustment to be made safely and during short stops the sickle and drive mechanisms remain stationary, thus minimizing wear on the cutter bar and pitman.
2). The counterbalanced pitman drive wheel is made of cast steel with an integral crank pin to provide greater strength and improved performance. The pitman drive shaft has been strengthened with chrome molybdenum steel and mounted on two Timken roller bearings.
3). A belt guard protects the V-belts and pulleys, preventing weeds, grass, and foreign materials from being caught between the belts and pulley grooves. The result is better operation, longer belt life, and longer periods between adjustments.
4). A single large gas tank mounted on the frame feeds both engines, relieves the pivot unit of excess weight and helps reduce vibration.
5). The mower can be operated at high speeds because the automatic cutter bar release eliminates the danger of hitting unseen objections.  If an obstruction is encountered, the release frees the pivot unit (cutter bar, guide arm, swing gate, and engine) and allows it to swing back and away until the obstruction has been passed.
6). Some mowers were equipped with a hydraulic turntable. A Dynex hand operated hydraulic pump (model number HP2506-92-00 rated at 2500 p.s.i.) was mounted on the deck between the engines. Using the pump, the turntable could be lowered and the mower lifted off the rails.  There was a moveable crossbar in the back of the mower to aid in turning the “beast”. Most of the weight is in the front so some downward pressure in the back was needed to keep the mower level to turn the mower; hence the crossbar.
7). A power-driven grinder can be mounted on the left-hand power head and driven by a belt from the engine on that side of the mower. The grinder can do as many as six sickle sections at each setting of the holding clamp. When not in use, the grinder can be easily detached and stored. Because the mower sat idle for countless years the grinder was lost. In time I will find one of the grinders.
Any time you buy a new piece of equipment, it is imperative that you do two things: determine who made the components of the equipment and locate maintenance/parts catalogs for those components. The mower was actually a conglomeration of components from different manufacturers. The two engines were 6.2 horsepower Wisconsin ACNs, the clutch assemblies (considered obsolete in 1950) on the engines were made by Rockford, the sickles was made by McCormick-International Harvester, the impulse magnetos were made by Fairbanks Morse, Dynex made the hydraulic hand pump and the remaining parts made by Fairmont.
The first task was to disassemble the mower and then try to determine where I could find replacement parts. Using heat, a large hammer, a rotary grinder and brut force, I was able to disassemble the mower over a period of three weeks. The rear lift bar, rear upper gas tank support, the lateral step, operator seat supports and upper gas tank were removed to be straightened or replaced. The entire frame and all the components were power brushed down to bare metal and repainted.
When I reassembled the mower I used stainless steel hardware wherever possible. It is much more expensive, but you never have to deal with rust again. I decided to replace the deck with something other than the original wood. I used Trex Deck because it has a wood grain impressed on the surface, it is the same dimension as the original deck and it is a composite of wood and plastic which will not decompose for at least 50 years.
The original engines were in deplorable condition and impossible to overhaul. I was able to find a running Wisconsin ACN engine in Illinois and a long block ACN in Georgia. The crankcase castings had the same numbers as the original mower engines but there were two problems. First, the new castings were not designed for an attached clutch. Holes had to be bored in the castings and threads tapped so the clutches could be attached.  The second problem was the engine crankshafts. Different crankshafts were installed in the Wisconsin ACN engine castings for different applications. Luckily, the crankshafts in the original mower engines were in good condition because the engines were full of oil. Those crankshafts, rods and pistons were removed and installed in the new castings with new bearings and seals. The valves were ground and new piston rings installed. The impulse magnetos and carburetors were completely rebuilt.
Another challenge was to locate new parts for the two sickles. I retained the original sickle main bars and purchased new McCormick 333 single edged blades on eBay, and McCormick-International Harvester guards, universal wear plates, universal high clips and mounting hardware from Webb Cutting Components (phone 308-381-7090), 204 Claude Road, Grand Island, Nebraska 68803. Once the cutting bars were assembled they were secured to the mower.  Then the two engines were mounted and a set of three belts (Browning Kevlar ½” x 47” Number 48X470) were installed between each engine pulley and sickle drive mechanism. The tension on the belts can be only adjusted by raising or lowering each engine using stacks of washers.
Since original mower parts are virtually impossible to find, worn-out bronze bushings had to be individually machined on a lathe from solid stock. Some of the larger bushings took three hours to make. The two knife heads that attached the cutter bars to the rotating drive pulleys could not be replaced since they were custom made just for the M-5A mower. Fairmont cut the ends off four different knife heads and welded them to square steel stock to make the knife head assembly.
Once the sickle bars were installed and the engines and drive belts were adjusted, a ¼” steel cable was connected to each sickle bar, run through the pulleys and wound on the drums of the operator’s control wheels.  The large control wheels connected to the smaller cable spools provided the sufficient mechanical advantage needed to raise and lower the extremely heavy sickles bars.
After seven long months, the Fairmont M-5A Mower was finally totally restored. The only tasks left to accomplish are to transport and run the mower on a railroad and then find a suitable railroad museum to display the mower in an indoor location.

Thread Problems

Generally, there are three different thread pitches that you might expect to encounter in the United States:  Metric, Coarse Thread Series, and Fine Thread Series.  Depending upon when a particular item (i.e., vehicle for example) was made, you might expect to encounter different thread patterns.  To complicate matters further, some vehicles have a combination of all three thread patterns.
A couple of years ago I purchased a Fairmont A-4D motorcar.  The car was completely rebuilt prior to my purchase; however, I decided to replace all the brakes.  I totally disassembled all the brake components, buy when I attempted to move the adjustment nuts on the brake arms, the nuts wouldn’t budge.  I tried applying heat, silicone lubricant, and shear brute force.  Still the nuts wouldn’t budge. The only alternative was to split the nuts and pry them off.  When I did this I noticed that the threads under the nuts had been distorted or flattened.
I decided to straighten the threads by running a die over the brake rod adjusters.  The threads appeared to be the coarse thread series.  I also ruled out metric based on the age of the motorcar.  I measured the thread pattern of the removed nut and the diameter of the rod and then selected the matching ½” diameter by 13 threads per inch die. To my surprise, the die would only go about three turns down the rod before it locked.  I repeated the procedure on all four brake rods with the same result.  Not wanting to re-install the damaged parts, I purchased four new adjusters.  The seller asked me if I needed the nuts but I sand “no”.  I had new ½” x 13 thread nuts available.
I received the new brake adjusters and compared them to a standard ½” x 13 national coarse threaded bolt.  To my complete surprise, those thread patterns didn’t match either even though at first glance they looked alike.  If you align two peaks together (one from each bolt) and then try to align the adjacent peaks in either direction, you soon notice that after going about an inch from the matching peaks, the peak on one bolt matches the valley of the other bolt. Clearly the thread patterns are ever so slightly different.
In shear frustration, I contacted a “seasoned” speeder builder for help. I ordered four Fairmont adjuster nuts which were noticeably thinner than the standard nuts available at hardware stores.  As it turned out, Fairmont, in their infinite wisdom, used a unique thread pattern:  ½” x 12 threads per inch.  This is incompatible with metric, coarse thread series, and fine thread series patterns.  This explains why the nuts originally on the old adjusters were “locked in place” and wouldn’t fit the new adjusters.  I promptly ordered four new thinner Fairmont nuts and completed the brake reassembly without any problems.
It is important that you find someone who has an extensive knowledge of motorcars.  Without the vast expertise, I couldn’t have completed this essential brake rebuild. I also document all motorcar maintenance for further reference and I never assume that previous owners did everything correctly or used the correct replacement parts.  I found the similar mismatched nuts and adjusters on other brake systems I attempted to rebuild. Another important lesson learned!

Fairmont W64 A Series Derrick Restoration

In December 2015 I purchased the W64 Series A Fairmont Derrick from the Smithville Railroad Museum in Smithville, Texas.  The derrick was displayed outdoors and unprotected from the weather and local vandals.  The derrick was in deplorable condition and would have to be totally restored.
The first problem was moving the derrick to my home over 100 miles away.  With a heavy 13 ft. boom that rotates 360 degrees, driving the derrick down the road was an experience I never want to repeat.  I secured the boom with ropes to limit boom rotation; however, the derrick’s center of gravity couldn’t be centered on the trailer’s axles.  As a result, if I exceeded 50 miles an hour, the trailer and derrick began to direct the movement of the truck.  It was literally the “tail wagging the dog|”
Once I got the derrick home, I decided to restore it while it was still on the trailer.  This arrangement did slow down the restoration process, but it proved more beneficial in the long run.  My first challenge was to remove the Wisconsin Model AENL 9-horsepower, single cylinder engine that ran the hydraulic hoist system.  The engine was taken to a local shop where it was completely disassembled and overhauled.  The engine was bored and fitted with a new piston and rings.  The crankshaft was resurfaced and installed in the crankcase with all new bearings.  The valves and valve guides were replaced.  A new carburetor, magneto, cylinder head, muffler, and gas tank were added to complete the overhaul.  The engine came to life on the second pull of the starter rope.
Next, I removed the hydraulic components of the derrick so the boom, center mast pipe, strut supports, rail clamps, and derrick deck could be reconditioned.  I had planned to take the Vickers vane pump and hoist motor apart for cleaning and inspection but the Vickers dealer said those items were declared “obsolete” and no longer available in 1975!  Luckily, all the moving parts were loose and the gaskets didn’t leak.  The hydraulic fluid runs through two large, solid copper coolers that hang under the engine.  I spent 3-4 hours straightened the cooling vanes to maximize the cooling capacity of the coils. 
The derrick was stripped down to the bare steel structure.  After all paint and rust was removed, everything was primed and painted. The old wood deck was removed and saved to serve as a pattern for the new deck. Pressure treated boards used for the deck were stained and covered with two coats of outdoor polyurethane for protection.  The rail clamps of both ends of the deck were removed, disassembled, heated with a torch, straightened, primed, painted and reassembled.
The brake shoes were practically new but the wooden blocks were seriously deteriorated.  New blocks were obtained, stained and coated with outdoor polyurethane.  All the original steel hardware (nuts, bolts, washers, etc.) was discarded and replaced with stainless steel for weather resistance.  It was vital the boom and hoist cables be undamaged since the derrick was rated at a 3,000 lb. lifting capacity.  Any corrosion, broken strands, or cable kinks would seriously compromise the cable’s strength.  The exposed portion of the long hoist cable was severely corroded.  The cable was completely unwound and the corroded portion removed.  The boom cable was beyond repair so 200 feet of 3/8” galvanized cable was procured.  Replacing the cable turned out to be the hardest part of the restoration.  The entire length of the cable had to be unrolled and pulled into a straight line on the ground.  Then, starting at the boom drum, the entire length of the cable had to be pulled through each of eight successive pulleys one at a time until the cable was would around the boom drum, all boom and pedestal pulleys, and the lifting block. 
NOTE: I can’t stress enough the importance of taking numerous pictures of every detail of anything being disassembled before you actually begin disassembly.  What might look intuitively obvious at the time of disassembly soon may become a faint blur of your memory when it comes time to re-assembly.  The order the cables went through the pulleys is a case in point.  Without pictures, replacing the boom cable would be virtually impossible.
The restoration was complete after four long months of work.  A special thanks to Steve Paluso of San Jose, CA for providing me with the original service instructions and parts list for the W64 A Series Derrick Car and Hydraulic System.

Motorcars, Hobby or Obsession?

Throughout the years I have had many hobbies.  Now, I begin to question whether they are really hobbies or obsessions.  By definition, a hobby is an activity or interest pursued for pleasure or relaxation and not as a main occupation.  An obsession is the domination of one’s thoughts or feelings by a persistent idea, image, desire, etc.
During my life I have expanded many hobbies beyond their original designs.  My first two bee hives became a full time profession with 1200 hives in over 900 square miles in Iowa.  My collection of 50 pieces of Anchor Hocking Royal Ruby glassware ballooned into a museum with over 15,000 pieces of glass, hundreds of catalogs and blueprints, numerous glass molds, and 15 books written.  So what happened when I bought my first motorcar?
After my first motorcar ride five years ago, I decided this is a hobby I had to join.  I rode in several motorcars before I bought my first car in Maine.  I wanted a large car with a 4-speed transmission without most common maintenance and operation problems.  So, I bought an A-4D with a 3-cylinder Lister-Petter diesel engine.  At the time, this was going to be the only motorcar I would own. Really, how many motorcars does a person need? 
Now we must make a distinction between “need” or “want”. The word “need” implies some negative outcome if something is not acquired (i.e., everyone needs water or they will eventually die). “Want” implies a desire or wish for something without a negative outcome if it is not obtained.  With this in mind, I only had the “need” for one motorcar but I had the “want” for more motorcars.
Over the next five years I purchased 18 additional motorcars. During this purchase process I focused on diesel powered cars.  Diesels have several advantages over gas-powered cars. They operate well at all altitudes, have no ignition systems, have high pressure mechanical fuel pumps, most are liquid cooled and diesel fuels age well and are not highly flammable. One of the diesels I purchased in Florida eventually led me to Brown Rail in Granite City, Illinois.
Brown Rail was in possession of Fairmont Motorcar’s remaining parts inventory. I initially purchased an A-car transmission on my first trip to Brown’s.  I couldn’t believe they had some many motorcars and motorcar parts. Over the next three years I made 24 trips with my Ford F-250 and tandem axle trailer to move ten motorcars and thousands of motorcar parts back to Texas.  Did I “need” that many parts?  No, I “wanted” to rescue the parts before they were scrapped, use them to restore several motorcars I bought, and eventually sell off the extra parts I accumulated.  I knew there was going to be an auction in the next 18 months, so I went to Brown’s with $5,000 to $10,000 in cash on each trip.
Cash has some wonderful properties.  Sellers do some incredible things when they know there is lots of cash around.  Instead of selling parts one-at-a time, they can unload everything in one “fell swoop”!  I bought all of every part I could find.  Did I need 7,000 brake springs?  No, but why buy a few when you can buy them all at a cheaper price? This is what I did for all the parts I bought: transmission parts, roofs, brake components, windshields, body panels, storage boxes, control panels, axle boxes, etc. The acquisition of all the parts and motorcars required additional storage space so I enlarged my maintenance facility twice and installed another track to store and shuttle motorcars around in.
There is a fine line between a hobby and obsession. I think I may have crossed the line somewhere in the past as I continued to acquire motorcars and parts and this activity morphs into a future business. So, you are the judge, do I have a hobby or obsession?

A Lifelong Dream Fulfilled

      My recent introduction into the world of railcar operations fulfilled a lifelong dream that started when I was about ten.  I grew up in Manchester, Connecticut and lived next to the old New York and New England line which went from Hartford to Providence, Rhode Island.  Every Saturday I would go up to the tracks and wait for the local freight (NX-20) to arrive from Hartford.  For weeks I watched the old, weather-worn RS-3 shuffle cars in the weed covered yard running in front of the abandoned depot.  Finally one day the engineer asked if I wanted to ride in the cab.  I climbed up the stairs and entered another realm of sure bliss.  I was surrounded with all the sights and sounds of railroading: the old ALCO struggling to move the heavy cars, the deafening sound of a sudden air brake release, the all-too-familiar smell and sight of the thick black smoke emanating from the ALCO engine, and the thrill of waving to people when we passed over grade crossings.  Over the months I transitioned from riding in the yard to staying with the crew all day as they travelled to eastern Connecticut.  My only chore for this privilege was to sweep out the old red hack during the trip – a simple request for a lifetime of memories.
      The beauty of branch line train operations is there is no timetable or rigid rules to follow.  In the fall we would often stop the train between towns to pick bittersweet and bay berries for holiday decorations (a true Connecticut Yankee tradition).  I can remember the caboose piled so high with bittersweet and bay berries that you couldn’t walk from one end to the other inside.  On the trip home I would stand on the rear platform of the caboose.  I was almost mesmerized by the sound of the clickety-clack of the wheels on the rail joints, the undulating movement of the caboose back and forth, and the sight of the rails travelling off in the distance.  Every Saturday I repeated this until I finally went off to college in Iowa.  The seed was planted and I could only imagine what it would be like to be a real railroad engineer.
     I spent the next four years in Ames, Iowa attending Iowa State University.  I would often drive my 1937 Chevy Coupe down to the Chicago and North Western mainline to study intently until the next train approached.  Then, put down the books and watch trains.  After college I joined the Chicago and North Western railroad as a brakeman. I rode EMD SD-45s of the Chicago and North Western and tired F-units of the Chicago Great Western Railroad.  During some of my many “road” trips I was allowed to run the locomotives.  This was the fertilizer that nourished the seed planted years ago when I was a child.  As luck would soon have it, I applied for a hostler position on the connecting Union Pacific railroad.  This would eventually lead to my lifelong dream of becoming a real railroad engineer.
      Now with all good trips, there is always the possibility of a slight delay or derailment. I applied for and was offered the hostler position on the Union Pacific Railroad; however, at the same time I was going through a divorce.  In the divorce I was granted full custody of both my children, ages 5 and 8.  How could I be an engineer gone for several days at-a-time and still raise two young children?  The answer was simple but probably one of the hardest decisions I had to make.  I gave up the position on the Union Pacific Railroad and settled into the routine of becoming a single-dad with two children.  The dream was doused but not totally extinguished! 
       Move forward through time about 30 years.  As the years rolled by I still dabbled with railroads but never anything serious.  Then, if by divine guidance, I stumbled on an article about speeders on the internet.  I can still remember hearing the signal maintainers riding the speeders as they passed by my house in Connecticut years ago.  Further research brought me to the Railroad Partners Incorporated website and a resurrection on my dream.  I took a chance and drove to Llano Texas for one of the work sessions.  I arrived in Llano early and nobody was there.  As I started to return to San Antonio, a little voice inside me said “You have to stay”!  After about 30 minutes of patient waiting, I was greeted by the warm smile and firm handshake of my first RPI contact.  I joined the association immediately and accepted a generous offer to ride an open popper car for the day.
      So, how long did it take for me to decide to buy my own railcar?  That time would be measured in nanoseconds.  After we moved away from the wye and proceeded in an easterly direction, I was again mesmerized by the sound of the clickety-clack of the wheels on the rail joints, the undulating movement back and forth, and the sight of the rails travelling off in the distance.  It was if I had been transported back in time almost 50 years to the rear platform of the caboose on NX-20.
      I rode several speeders in the coming months and decided to purchase a large Fairmont A-4D in Acton, Maine.  I hauled the heavy car almost 2,200 miles to San Antonio.  Finally, on the 27th of October I took the car on its first run.  I was in pure heaven!  Once again I was mesmerized by the sights and sounds of railroading but with one exception . . .  now I was the engineer!  Life had come “full-circle” and my lifelong dream of becoming a railroad engineer had been realized.
Special note:  Just before my father passed away, he saw the first speeder I purchased in Maine.  Dad told me that his secretary at Pratt & Whitney Aircraft had a father who was an engineer on the New Haven Railroad.  The secretary’s father would often tell stories of a young boy the crew called “Whitey” (because of his light colored hair) who rode his train (NX-20) for years.  You guessed it . . . he was talking about me!  It is certainly a small world we live in and with patience all dreams can come true!
Now that my engineering dreams were finally realized, I turned my attention to the purchase and restoration of other motorcars.  Since that first motorcar ride four years ago, I managed to acquire nine speeders, a powered derrick, and a myriad of new old stock Fairmont parts.  My current project, which I hope to document in a future Setoff article, is the total restoration of a rare Ontario Northland Kubota-powered hydrostatic drive car.  I have been working on the restoration for almost a year and the end is in sight.  My lifelong dream has been realized, fulfilled, and will live on for years to come.