Post by markgregory on Mar 29, 2016 21:31:09 GMT -6
Victor I have mentioned this to you before about how my car has this heavy Steel Kick-Up over the Oak sills in my car . It mentions it on page 44 top of columns 1 and 2 . Now I know it came from the factory .Thanks
In the picture below you can see the angle where the front floor boards sit . There is a notch in the angle for the Brake Master Cylinder . There is bolts that go through this steel to the frame to hold it in place . Then there is many screws that go through the steel plate into the 1 1/2 inch wood sill . So the wood sill is basically in a steel sandwich . This is then covered by the finished floor covering in the car .
There is also a channel welded to the steel plate on each side to take a piece of wood that goes from side to side in the car . This supports the front of legs of the front seats .
tim: Mark my hood is complete and you are welcome to examine when you come over to Michigan. Also, the chrome strip or stainless stops at the rear of hood. Does not go to the windshield
Apr 24, 2015 13:38:30 GMT -6
davidsnow: Just saying hello as a new member. Thank you to John Phillips for reaching out and letting me know about the forum. I live in Wisconsin and have been in the REO club for several years. My wife and I currently are serving as custodians of REO merchandise.
Jan 17, 2016 10:57:38 GMT -6
harley: My attempt at creating a thread with an attachment of the Royale stationary does not seem to allow the attachment to open for view. What did I not do correctly? This is my first time on a forum so it is all new to me. (Harley)
Aug 20, 2016 13:49:41 GMT -6
JohnGPhillips: The spam topics and offending users have been removed. Apologies to all.
Aug 14, 2018 11:36:56 GMT -6
lovecars1: My Father owned a 1931 Reo Royale 8 that once belonged to Premier Hepburne of Ontario Canada in the 1930s,my Dad owned this car in Kingston,Ontario in the mid to late 1940s.I remember him saying it was horrendous on fuel.
Aug 22, 2018 15:02:20 GMT -6