There were 5 kinds of Model A Horns for 1928-1931. Most of
the time they can be identified by the brand stamped into the motor base. They
can also be identified by the motor frame width and the armature shaft diameter.
and 1/4" shaft
nut on the end of the armature is a left handed thread
3/4" frame and
1" frame and
5/16" shaft. The brush holder is unlike any other brand
frame and 1/4" shaft
and 5/16" shaft
different hole pattern in the 32 on the left. The 32 Horn sits on a bracket
on the fender unlike the Model A which hangs from the headlight bar. If a 32
horn is installed on a Model A, the drain hole for the motor will be on the
top rather than the bottom.
Supposedly edible akebia fruit.
Akebia fruit is supposedly edible. Hmmm. It is
edible but there is not much to it. The jelly around the numerous
seeds is sweet and milky but it is 95% black seeds and 5% jelly.
It reminds me of trying to eat maypop fruit (passiflora incarnata).
Yes they are edible but green grass is also edible. I think I was
hoodwinked by the specialty fruit nursery I bought it from. Since
I'd never tasted it I had to depend on their description of edible.
It is an attractive vine with tropical looking fruit but the average
person wouldn't eat it. Sort of like trying to eat "cold hardy"