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Maxwell help

Posted: Mon Dec 02, 2013 4:52 am
by Mr. T
Friday I was at a antique center that I'm a regular at . I overheard a man asking the woman behind the counter if she knew of anyone who knew about old cars . I immediaty jumped into the conversation and asked him what kind of cxar he had . He had told me that his mother had passed away and left him a 1917 maxwell touring car. After telling him I was in the model t club . He wanted to know if there was anyone who knew about maxwells who is somewhat local . The man told me that he lived in Albany ny ( I live about 45 min. South of albany ). Does anyone know anyone who does maxwell stuff around here. He wants to get it running . He said it has not been running in 20 years but still has compression . I was thinking about going up there and seeing if I could get it going but I figured that if there was a maxwell collector nearby I would leave it to the expert .
M sharkey

Re: Maxwell help

Posted: Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:42 pm
by oldcarfudd
There's quite an active Maxwell-Briscoe yahoo group. You might try to post there.

Gil Fitzhugh, Morristown, NJ

Re: Maxwell help

Posted: Thu Dec 19, 2013 7:38 am
by Dick Henza
Dear Mr. T;

Dick Henza Cortland N.Y. 1902 Buffalo Jr. 1902 Remmingtion Jr. made in Illion N.Y.

Grew up aroung a 1917 T, 1908 Buick, 1911 Everitte,

Maxwells, Yes- Up Here Steve Heild Past National Director od AACA Lives in Sodad N.Y. Has 1908 Mora and 1908 Maxwell, and In Schoharie Vall AACA a man Has a Early Maxwell.

Both Restorred by Stece Bono Bouckville N.Y. Rt . 4 Miles below Morrisville, Steve is Head on C.N.Y. Horless Carriage Club.

I', 68, Been arounf Antique Cars all my Life, Belonf to Historical Vechical Association, go to Conqures in Utica, where for Past 10 years have had the Oldest VCar. I also write for My Classis Car un the Pioneer Cars

Best with the Maxwell, N.Y.S. car made in Tarrytown.

Richard E. Henza :D :D

Re: Maxwell help

Posted: Wed Feb 26, 2014 6:58 am
by Mr. T
Thanks .