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1916 Overland 75 or 75B Parts
07-14-2018, 12:14 AM,
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1916 Overland 75 or 75B Parts
My wife and I just purchased a 1916 Touring. Not sure of the model but looks to be a 75 (or 75b). The identification plate is missing so hoping to get verification on the model.  I'm in need of the following parts:

Tail light lens (fell off during transport. :Sad....)
Speedometer cable and connector that goes to the gear on the wheel
Ammeter
Switch box that mounts to the steering wheel


Feel free to contact me via this post or text with photos at 734.395.7172.

Thank you. 

Joe


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Joe Grima
5949A
1931 Whippet Four 96A
1916 Overland Model 75
South Lyon, MI
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07-14-2018, 05:02 PM,
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RE: 1916 Overland 75 or 75B Parts
Try Snyders Antique Auto parts.  I had an accident with the glass on my 83s Auto-lite rear lamp when, after removing the clip, I couldn't get the glass out. I was looking round to find something to hook it out when it made a bid for freedom on its own and bounced off the concrete to badly chip it twice. I found a glass that looked right in the Snyders online catalogue that showed some glasses, one with a size but was too large by a very small amount. As I have a glass firm near us that has a diamond cutting wheel that could take the small amount off I left the page open on the computer and asked my wife to order it for me. Somehow the wrong one got ordered but turned out correct, as the size was shown on one only, so check sizes with them. 

https://www.snydersantiqueauto.com/cowl-...perpage=12    

 It was one of these that fitted. on page 2 out of 12 see glass for T 6957-R 1915-27 or T 6484-BRX  1920-25


       
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Yesterday, 04:25 AM,
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RE: 1916 Overland 75 or 75B Parts
(07-14-2018, 05:02 PM)David Bliss Wrote: Try Snyders Antique Auto parts.  I had an accident with the glass on my 83s Auto-lite rear lamp when, after removing the clip, I couldn't get the glass out. I was looking round to find something to hook it out when it made a bid for freedom on its own and bounced off the concrete to badly chip it twice. I found a glass that looked right in the Snyders online catalogue that showed some glasses, one with a size but was too large by a very small amount. As I have a glass firm near us that has a diamond cutting wheel that could take the small amount off I left the page open on the computer and asked my wife to order it for me. Somehow the wrong one got ordered but turned out correct, as the size was shown on one only, so check sizes with them. 

https://www.snydersantiqueauto.com/cowl-...perpage=12    

 It was one of these that fitted. on page 2 out of 12 see glass for T 6957-R 1915-27 or T 6484-BRX  1920-25
I'll check it out.  Thanks David!
Joe Grima
5949A
1931 Whippet Four 96A
1916 Overland Model 75
South Lyon, MI
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