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Jon B said:
One thing that might help you, would be to check the Club roster and find others who own the same car as yours. Especially if they live nearby. Then you could ask if it's okay to stop by and take a good look at their car, taking photos and measurements of the various items you're trying to find. Maybe they would even have some idea of where these items might be found.The Club's website has a feature whereby you can search for 1929 Essexes which are registered with the Club, and find out who owns them.
Sorry, I only make the '28 hubs. Gary Lynch has the '29 ones. For some reason they altered the column diameter form 1" to 7/8" in '29.
35 Terraplane said:
These are the switch levers as I received them from the guy I bought the car from. He'd tried to repair them with epoxy but with no success. I X-rayed the largest outer ring to see how the metal part was embedded in the bakelite thinking I may have them 3D printed at some point. They are packed with other parts that will go to Rusty Apache.
If Essex is like Hudson, the levers were cast onto the rods that go down through the column...