I really can't say much here as I don't own one of these later beauties. I hope this will be a gathering place to share ideas and photographs. Post your restoration info here, and don't forget to go to our buy sell page if you have something for sale. Lastly, as owners age and retire from the hobby,
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Years ago my father, Delbert Olson, sold a 1922 Chalmers touring car out of N. St. Paul, MN. I believe it was sold at the Iola, WI, Swap meet. I just found a couple body tags that had been misplaced for the car. There is an "IMPORTANT Fill the battery..." tag and the car number tag for Car No. A1
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Label plate found Metal Detecting. Chalmers Motor Company. Model M Car No. 18849. Made between 1911 and 1912 sometime. Looking to find out what Passenger touring car it came from as their was many example 2 or 3 Pass. , 4 or 5 Pass. , or 6 or 7 Pass. etc. And a picture of the car if possible t
Certainly a work in progress but I am a WP editor and have over 10,000 edits. I will be slowly adding material over the next weeks but I wanted to let you see the progression over time. Very excited about this car and the history. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chalmers_Automobile
Recently got new rims for my 1911, and when putting them on the spare holders I realized I had no idea how they came off originally. Does anyone have a diagram as to how to tie the straps through the holders and around the spare? Thanks Prewitt Scripps
I have acquired an early Gray & Davis Type G1 Generator (Dynamo). After diligently looking up old reference books, I have discovered that the "Type G-1" spec's list 6-1/2 V, 9 Amperes and 1000 RPM. It took a bit of time, but apparently this generator (dynamo) was originally fitted to the 19
For starters, those are just my leftover parts in the picture. I have several old water pump/magneto drive shafts. To say the least I'm a little leaky at present. Would anyone be interested in new driveshafts being made? If we can get alot of interest, that should bring the price down. Write me and
Hello all. I am looking for any information for the clutch for my 1918 Model 35-D, which I am guessing is probably the same or very similar to that used in other cars of the six-30 series of 1917 - 1918. Very grateful if you have any technical info or workshop instructions, or also tips on how to ge
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The 1917 Chalmers 35A advertised has been purchased by me and has now arrived in New Zealand, it appears from the little research I have done so far that there are 2 other Chalmers cars here. Due to Covid 19 lockdown here I am unable to collect the car from dock storage in Auckland but when restrict
I will post the details in the registry when I can but this is the information that I have on the car so far and would like it if someone can point me to any info that you might see on this site. Glad to join the community. Touring bodywork. It is almost completely original and unrestored, wearing
Hello all. I cannot see a page for posting files like this one, so I'll post it in a message. My 1918 Chalmers has a Stromberg L-2 carburettor, and I found a section on this carb in the 1925 edition of Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia. I made a facsimile by scanning and typing. E
There are alot of us out there and I hope this becomes a place to share ideas. I noticed recently that a Chalmers '12 touring which sold recently at Bonhams', still has it's original rear entry sill plates. Mine are plain reproductions but it's good to know there is something out there to copy from.
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