1929 Fageol house car

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Good (Four Stars) - No major mechanical or body problems, Wear is consistent with age, May not look new, but looks good, Good tires, Clean title
san francisco
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1929 Fageol house car. 1 of 4 built at the Oakland plant. The family lived in Oakland California. Later they opened a plant in Ohio. The company sold out to peterbilt trucks in 1956. They made high end cars and custom built trucks and busses. electric busses produced in the early fifties were used in San Francisco. 1930s Busses Were purchased by greyhound bus company. Incorporating the gruss Air Spring manufactured in San Francisco. The house car comes equipped with a Budd chassis, Waukesha Flathead 6 solid block engine, Zenith Up draft carburetor, Delco Gear driven 3 brush generator With an adjustable 3rd brush To change the voltage output,Water pump, Oil pump. Transmission is made by Brown-Lippe , 4 Speed with multiple disk clutch. We are and is the conventional type used to day. Not the worm drive which some of the older vehicles used. That is it has a sun gear and planetary gears inside. The Bekins van Family on one of the 4 models. They drove their version, Nav Snikeb, On a cross country trip to Washington DC. This Was a business trip and they visited all of their corporate offices on the way.A former owner in the 1930s with name Jesse Trueblood. The vehicle was photographed in The 1967 Time Magazine. When it was parked along the panhandle in San Francisco. More to this story if requested
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