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  • Robert Kirk
    Folks, I have a one time only offer to upgrade your 4cyl Crosley to an HEI system.  Electronic ignition allows for easier starts, smoother running, even
    Message 1 of 10 , Aug 16, 2008
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      Folks,
      I have a one time only offer to upgrade your 4cyl Crosley to an HEI system.  Electronic ignition allows for easier starts, smoother running, even better economy and constant dwell.  These units are made by PerTronix and are called Ignitor systems.  They replace forever the condensor, points, and points plate (new included).
      In order to re establish myself with this company I have a minimum buy in.  In the case of Crosley with IGW distributors (99.9%) your cost is $68.50.  That is about $20-30 cheaper than anywhere else I know selling these.
      These are designed for 6 volt positive or negative ground systems.  12v are available at $5 less.
      I am also offering the factory recommended coil for this unit at $36.
      Also Optima 6v 850 amp battery which until mid September qualifies for $25 factory rebate.
      These carry a free replacement for 3 years and another 3 years of prorated warrenty.
      If you 6v battery is shot in 2 years like mine it starts to become a good deal at this price.
      of $135.
      If interested contact ASAP OFF LINE and direct, as I am placeing a one time stocking order for these items.
      I can also offer tremendous savings on any of the PerTronix ignition items for other of your vehicles either classic or simply old (as in having a points system). 
      Regards,
      Robert Kirk
      www.kirks-auto.com
       

    • mrcooby
      Robert Kirk ... Are you helping him sell or trying to buy?  Where is it located?   ... ========================= The offer was to help him identify what
      Message 2 of 10 , Aug 18, 2008
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        Robert Kirk
        <kirkbrit@...> wrote:
        >
        "Are you helping him
        sell or trying to buy? 
        Where is it located?" 
        >
        >
        > Regards,
        > Robert Kirk
        =========================
        The offer was to help
        him identify what parts
        and/or car(s) he was
        trying to sell, as I
        believe he doesn't know
        quite what he has. The
        best way to do that is
        to post car/parts photos
        into our archives, but
        that process confuses
        some folks. If that's a
        problem I can easily
        accept any Crosley-
        related photos here at
        X779@... and post
        them myself as I've done
        for several years.
      • mrcooby
        virgil wrote: Thanks but I dont drink. No I am not interested we were trying to come up with a fair price for it. Junk is 260.00 a ton here
        Message 3 of 10 , Aug 18, 2008
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          virgil <vreeves457@...>
          wrote:

          "Thanks but I dont
          drink. No I am not
          interested we were
          trying to come up with
          a fair price for it.
          Junk is 260.00 a ton
          here so that is one
          altertenave.The other
          is part it out. Thanks."
          ========================
          I don't understand your
          answers, and sarcasm
          isn't welcomed here.

          You said you want to
          sell a Crosley wagon
          and parts. I'm the
          moderator and offered
          to help you do that.

          Would you agree that
          potential buyers would
          like to know what's
          being offered and that
          photos are the best way
          to do that?

          You obviously don't
          care about
          preservation. We here,
          however, are Crosley
          people and we try to
          *prevent* car and parts
          from being scrapped.

          The offer to help keep
          that car and those
          parts - whatever they
          are - away from the
          crusher is still good.
          Kindly co-operate in a
          professional manner,
          and you may realize
          much more cash than the
          scrapper will allow
          you. All we all want is
          to save those Crosley
          items from being lost
          forever. Thanks.

          Lou Rugani
          Moderator, CCOC
        • Moore, Derick
          No sarcasm! You re no fun! Derick Moore suggests, lighten up! ________________________________ From: Crosley@yahoogroups.com [Crosley@yahoogroups.com] On
          Message 4 of 10 , Aug 18, 2008
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            No sarcasm!
             
            You're no fun!
             
            Derick Moore suggests, lighten up!

            From: Crosley@yahoogroups.com [Crosley@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of mrcooby [x779@...]
            Sent: Monday, August 18, 2008 9:49 AM
            To: Crosley@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: =CROSLEY= Re:crosley info

            virgil <vreeves457@ ...>
            wrote:

            "Thanks but I dont
            drink. No I am not
            interested we were
            trying to come up with
            a fair price for it.
            Junk is 260.00 a ton
            here so that is one
            altertenave. The other
            is part it out. Thanks."
            ============ ========= ===
            I don't understand your
            answers, and sarcasm
            isn't welcomed here.

            You said you want to
            sell a Crosley wagon
            and parts. I'm the
            moderator and offered
            to help you do that.

            Would you agree that
            potential buyers would
            like to know what's
            being offered and that
            photos are the best way
            to do that?

            You obviously don't
            care about
            preservation. We here,
            however, are Crosley
            people and we try to
            *prevent* car and parts
            from being scrapped.

            The offer to help keep
            that car and those
            parts - whatever they
            are - away from the
            crusher is still good.
            Kindly co-operate in a
            professional manner,
            and you may realize
            much more cash than the
            scrapper will allow
            you. All we all want is
            to save those Crosley
            items from being lost
            forever. Thanks.

            Lou Rugani
            Moderator, CCOC

          • Dennis Nichols
            I drink ... is someone ...anyone buying?
            Message 5 of 10 , Aug 20, 2008
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              I drink ... is someone ...anyone buying?
            • Richard Williams
              Huh? ... From: Dennis Nichols Subject: =CROSLEY= Re:crosley info To: Crosley@yahoogroups.com Date: Wednesday, August 20, 2008,
              Message 6 of 10 , Aug 20, 2008
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                Huh?

                --- On Wed, 8/20/08, Dennis Nichols <dcharlesnichols@...> wrote:
                From: Dennis Nichols <dcharlesnichols@...>
                Subject: =CROSLEY= Re:crosley info
                To: Crosley@yahoogroups.com
                Date: Wednesday, August 20, 2008, 10:44 AM

                I drink ... is someone ...anyone buying?

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