WTB: correct roller for the aluminum timer used in 1913

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WTB: correct roller for the aluminum timer used in 1913

Post by Darren J Wallace » Sat Jul 06, 2019 4:27 pm

Just as the title says, probably wouldn't mind two of them so I have a spare. It would be a huge help to me if you take PayPal. If you don't, I can send a US bank draft which are safer than personal cheques and I'm in Canada. Thanks in advance! Here is a photo of what I think I need:
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1913 Canadian Touring & 1905 Queen, both cars are 4 generation family owned cars


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Re: WTB: correct roller for the aluminum timer used in 1913

Post by Playswithbrass » Sat Jul 06, 2019 5:25 pm

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Darren. Is this what you are after?

Cheers Pete

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Re: WTB: correct roller for the aluminum timer used in 1913

Post by Darren J Wallace » Sat Jul 06, 2019 6:23 pm

Sure is Pete :) also...do you still want those Stewart castings?
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Re: WTB: correct roller for the aluminum timer used in 1913

Post by Playswithbrass » Sat Jul 06, 2019 6:46 pm

It’s yours,come and get it.Forgot all about them with the move and so forth cheers pete

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