City: Wellington State: Ohio Price: $48 Neat piece , plastic or Bakelite. Made by Heyer industries. Model 2000 , see photos for condition. it powers up and the leads are good condition. No vehicle with plug wires and coil to test on. Sold as display piece. $48 plus shipping USPMO or PayPal, buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
But remember . . . . almost all the big restoration companies stock decals that DON'T match the original colors. The decals are printed (in large quantities) and the actual manufacturers don't match the colors to historical colors or to standard usage PMS colors.
So if you are planning on using reproduction decals or porcelain signs - you're better off color matching your paint to them.
I was looking at my brothers old internet site, gaspumpcolors.com, that is dead now but he had two shell yellows, one used in the east and one used in the west. The west US one was the more popular orangy-yellow one apparently. He probably used that terminology because its how its listed in the paint color books.
This is the most unique Veeder Root in the entire world. It took over 15 yrs to come across the last brass increment plate to make a set of 3. No other computer in the world has this many brass parts, all original Veeder Root Parts.
I call it the "Johnny Cash Recorder"
It has parts from a 1932, 33, 34, 35, 36, 39, 45, 49. This computer has a set of the first indented wheels in it. I don't know that date. I had to have these wheels to use the brass pinion gears.....Thanks to Tom Buckles, who had the other half of the set of wheels. this has Great Totalizer wheels & is Fully Functional.
In my 31 yrs I have only seen 1 brass face "Bar" , so in order to make this happen I used a #49 Head. I modified #45 brass blinders to fit the #49 Head. I used a #45 Variator with #35 brass cluster gear. A #45 Variator gives you a better view of the brass cluster gear than a #35 would The Range Arm Gears were used from 1932 to 1934, they are in 1945 Range Arm Assemblies. The Wheel Shaft Gears are from 1932-33 "Narrow Wheels". They have way bigger holes. I did this because ALL of the big gears on a Veeder Root are the same, some are configured differently, but the tooth count is the same. I used every brass part I had on this one, it may be the only one I make.
Shell slightly changed their shades of yellow through the years . I have the PPG Shell formula numbers for red and yellow in 1939 only. If I can help let me know and I will forward the PPG numbers for 1939. If your searching for another year stop by your local PPG dealer , they get excited about tough questions.