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HERSHEY-Who-What & Where

Post by revaz » Wed Sep 25, 2019 12:17 pm

I have not seen any notifications on this topic which usually precedes Hershey, so here goes. In reply, please add your Hershey info.
I will be at Chocolate South spaces CK-19 to CK-22, near light pole 63, with an assortment of T parts. Also, a pristine 1920 Coupe, with a KC Warford Layne Gearbox, distributor, many new parts, in excellent running and driving condition for $16,500. Stop by also to hear some accordion music.

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Post by CudaMan » Wed Sep 25, 2019 3:01 pm

Mark Strange
Hillsboro, MO
1924 Cut-off Touring (now a pickup)


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Post by Sparknwire » Wed Sep 25, 2019 4:58 pm

RjL Automotive Fasteners & Vintage Wiring Supplies CN 61-65 ignition wires terminals asphalt loom cotton covered primary wire etc

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Post by MKossor » Sun Sep 29, 2019 3:23 pm

Hershey2018.jpg
See the
E-Timer - Electronic ignition
I-Timer - Ideal Timer
ECCT - Electronically Cranked Coil Tester

Coil testing and tuning demonstrations.
Take advantage of show specials while supplies last.
Be first to See what's NEW this year!

Stop by and say hello!
Chocolate Field C2A 61
I-Timer + ECCT Adjusted Coils = Best Model T Engine Performance Possible!
www.modeltitimer.com www.modeltecct.com


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Post by JimDix » Tue Oct 01, 2019 3:45 pm

Big Flats Rivet Co. C4J 28-32. This year we will hopefully be doing Hershey the way we planned to last year. We will not be bring the inventory we have in the past. We will accept orders, phone, mail, and internet, to be picked up at Hershey if we get them by October 4th. Come by and say hello and get your stuff. If you know what you want, give us an order at Hershey and we will ship it free, domestically only. As always, we will have new catalogs to give out. We thoroughly enjoy visiting with old friends and new and being able to put a face with a name, I guess that’s really what it’s all about! Tech support will always be free.


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Post by jeffstag » Tue Oct 01, 2019 3:58 pm

I’ll be over at OAI-21. This year’s offerings feature 3 sets of wire wheels, including one set that includes all the hubs, a Kingston 4 ball, three short blocks, three transmissions, 3 frames, and a super cool 1920 Universal Motors generator setup. Plus a ton of other T stuff.


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Post by R.V.Anderson » Tue Oct 01, 2019 5:56 pm

For this year, and possibly permanently, I have moved from the Red Field South to the Green Field, in spaces GBC 32-34. I will have my line of new parts, early coils and boxes along with their parts, top straps, new gas generators, and an assortment of original parts. In addition I will have some of my rewound magneto field coils. Didn't think I could but I will be able to bring a few after all. Bring your core and save about $50 shipping, two ways.

My brother Jon will have one of my spaces for his new Ford wood products: floorboards, top bows, some body wood, fender and running board blocks, tack strips, and other new wood parts.

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