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Re: 1912 Maxwell instruction Book

James, I received the Maxwell instructional manual today; Its brand new!!!! Thank you again for being a great car guy. Rick ... From: James
ricksklassics
10:03 AM
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2217

Re: 1912 Maxwell instruction Book

James, I was thinking of installing a starter on my Maxwell as well, could you take some pictures of the installation on your Maxwell to get some ideas. Thank
ricksklassics
Jul 29
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2216

Re: Magneto control, body questions for '10 Q3

Hello, Ken! That sounds bizarre! Thankfully I think most people who would buy a car that looks like mine did are pretty savvy about purchases, but that's
Greg W.
Jul 28
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Rick our Maxwell has a golf cart starter generator works well and fit well on the front mounted fly wheel. You might want to your question on the EarlyCadillac
James
Jul 28
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Re: 1912 Maxwell instruction Book

James, I also have a Brass Cadillac, a 1911 Demi-Tonnou Touring, just got it on the road this past weekend, had trouble with the timing last year, always
ricksklassics
Jul 28
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Re: 1912 Maxwell instruction Book

You're welcome Since my current project 1909 Cadillac is nearly complete I haven't gone in many years have a great time James Farris 1911 Maxwell Model EA
James
Jul 28
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Re: 1912 Maxwell instruction Book

James, Thank you very much. Do you attend Hershey in October? Maybe I can thank you personally at the HCCA tent when the Maxwell group meets. Thanks again,
ricksklassics
Jul 28
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2211

Re: 1912 Maxwell instruction Book

Rick The Instruction book is on its way to you. Good luck on your restoration. James Farris 1911 model EA Milton GA Sent from my iPhone
James
Jul 27
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Re: 1912 Maxwell instruction Book

James Farris, I am in the process of restoring my 1912 Maxwell Special, and would be most appreciative of your offer for the Instruction Book. My contact
ricksklassics
Jul 27
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1912 Maxwell instruction Book

I recently bought a reprint of the 1911 Sales Brochure and the Instruction Manual for our 1911 Model EA. The purchase came with a nice reprint of the1912
jamesnealfarris@bellsouth.net
Jul 27
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Re: Magneto control, body questions for '10 Q3

Hi all Richardson Reilly also tried to sell me a transmission for my 1899 Haynes Apperson, sent me a photo of a car from the ACD museum offering to remove the
Russell Holden
Jul 22
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Re: Magneto control, body questions for '10 Q3

Hi Greg, Had a bloke called "Richardson Riley" trying to sell me your Q3 this week and using your 2008 pictures, definitely a Nigerian I feel. aside from that
burchillk
Jul 21
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2206

Re: Correct Lamp Numbers

Hello Greg, Yes the list of lights on the website was self listed.  I started it and others ran with it.  Not a lot of definitive histories on the Maxwell.
Bernard Popadak
Jul 13
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Re: Correct Lamp Numbers

I had, yes, but I didn't see a ton of consistency (especially amongst the headlights), nor is there a Q listed. Did this information come from owners self
Greg W.
Jul 13
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Correct Lamp Numbers

Hello everyone, I was just wondering, what are the correct lamp numbers (front, cowl and back) for a 1910 Q3? I think I've heard that the rear is a No. 4, and
Greg W.
Jul 11
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