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Re: 1939 Crosley Convertible

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  • mrcooby
    ... A couple of years back Service Motors sold all of their pre war stuff to someone. I apologize for not remembering who it was, but you can contact Butch
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 17, 2007
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      David W. Anspach wrote:
      >
      > Gizmo;
      A couple of years back
      Service Motors sold all
      of their pre war stuff
      to someone. I
      apologize for not
      remembering who it was,
      but you can contact
      Butch and maybe he can
      help you. I think most
      of what he had was
      mechanical parts and
      not body stuff, but I
      could be wrong.
      ========================
      Thank you, David.
      That's Ralph Westman in
      Woodstock, Illinois,
      and his number is (815)
      338-1838. He took the
      two-cylinder Crosley
      parts supply over from
      Tony Sosbe. Al Calvin
      in Montpelier,Ohio is a
      two-cylinder engine
      expert at (419) 485-
      3422.

      Check our CCOC Homepage
      for a great piece of
      original 1939 factory
      artwork showing a
      Crosley on the
      Indianapolis track.

      Ask any questions, and
      good luck!

      -Lou Rugani-
      ========================
      Also, Ed Milish from
      Yankee Crosley Parts is
      a real pre war
      aficianado and might be
      able to provide you
      with a couple
      > of leads.
      > Dave
      >
    • mrcooby
      Contact Ralph Westman in Woodstock, Illinois, and his number is (815) 338-1838. Ralph took the two-cylinder Crosley parts supply over from Tony Sosbe. Al
      Message 2 of 4 , Dec 23, 2007
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        Contact Ralph Westman
        in Woodstock, Illinois,
        and his number is (815)
        338-1838. Ralph took
        the two-cylinder
        Crosley parts supply
        over from Tony Sosbe.
        Al Calvin in
        Montpelier, Ohio is a
        two-cylinder engine
        expert; (419) 485-
        3422. Edward Milish of
        Yankee Crosley Parts is
        very knowledgable in
        two-cylinder Crosley
        lore. I own two myself,
        and they're great
        little cars.

        =Lou Rugani=
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