Crank I.D. ?

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Crank I.D. ?

Post by Ed Baudoux » Thu Oct 17, 2019 10:03 am

A friend's father used to own an early Oldsmobile. He wonders if this was from Dad's car?
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Re: Crank I.D. ?

Post by otrcman » Thu Oct 17, 2019 1:51 pm

I can't speak to the type of crank an Oldsmobile would have, but that one looks for the world like the one I have for an aircraft hand intertia starter. Inertia starters for airplanes were in use from the 1920's up through WWII.


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