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    Default Hallcraft v-drive

    I am building a clone of BANZAI BFH. 163 mph in 1963. We need a early Hallcraft v-drive and BIG gears.
    HARLAN ORRIN

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    Harlan, i found this the other day on ebay, don't if it's what your looking for or not. it is in canoga park.

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    Dang, I have an early Menkens with 60% gears, but that is not quite the Era. Good luck, as it sounds like a cool project.

    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by harlanorrin View Post
    I am building a clone of BANZAI BFH. 163 mph in 1963. We need a early Hallcraft v-drive and BIG gears.
    HARLAN ORRIN


    Give Tom Bently a call(530)885-0531 Im sure If he dosent have one laying around ,he may know someone that dose!!!
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    Call 951-906 3034 he has one shaft and lots of old parts he is in riverside ca.

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    The one for sale on e-bay would be correct for the era i have the same one on my 62 howard

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    Here is a pic.
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    Harlan, I have a brand new, period correct Hall-Craft, still in the original Hall-Craf box and wrapped in the newspaper it was shipped in. It was a spare that came with my '62 Miller all-wood flat. The mounts have never been drilled. I'm sure the gears would need to be changed to something higher for your use, though. 661 312-1746

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    Do you have any pics of it and do you have the mount with it ?

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    HH , I have a Hallcraft out of an early 60's Sanger wood hydro. Don't know actual condition but seems ok on the outside, haha. If interested let me know , Trent

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