1910 international autobuggy model A

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1910 international autobuggy model A

Post by Bill Mort » Wed Jan 20, 2016 9:12 pm

I just purchased this car and would like to know where to find copies of literature and manuals for this car,It has a 2 cylinder air cooled engine and is mostly original. I would like to know what type carburetor was original to the car . this is the highwheeler that was advertised in HEMMINGS MOTOR NEWS last month I am new to the Highwheeler Scene !

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Re: 1910 international autobuggy model A

Post by wjguthrie » Thu Jan 21, 2016 3:33 am

Congratulations on purchasing an IH autobuggy. You have a fine car which can be made very reliable

Here are some websites where you can find out more about pre 1940 IHC and autobuggys
http://oldihc.org/phpBB3/viewforum.php? ... 6548ba9225

Here is a registry of Autobuggys and autowagons

Here is a owners manual/parts book which is for the later auto wagon but its worth getting. Binder books scroll down to manual Int789
http://www.binderbooks.com/Pre-1940%20T ... anuals.htm

The correct carb is a Schebler model D with 1 1/4 throat. They are on Ebay but Schebler made so many different styles and sizes of D carbs that you have to look at it carefully

If it is mostly original then it is your call how far to take the restoration. Many autobuggy owners choose to keep the original patina on the outside of the truck but make it safe and reliable to run. You can spend a gazillion dollars on restoration and not necessarily increase the value of the car.

Please upload some pictures of your car. Jim
Please refrain from restoring the survivors

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Re: 1910 international autobuggy model A

Post by hcca » Fri Jan 22, 2016 10:31 am

The Automobile Library may also have documentation and literature for your Autobuggy. Try a research request and search their online docs.
http://automobilelibrary.org/ or (619) 464-0301

Good luck

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