Gun Parts Corporation in Hurley NY offers Schematics and some parts. I believe they are e-gunparts on the web.
The Ithaca-Lefever Nitro Specials with serial numbers between 158700 and 185399 were manufactured in 1924. Ithaca acquired the Lefever company in 1916, but manufactured two models of double-barrel guns (the Lefever Nitro Special and the Lefever A Grade) under the original company name between 1921 and 1947. Firearms expert Charles Gage estimated the collector value of another piece from that year to be between $200 and $500, depending on condition whether all parts are original. For more information, see Related Link, below.
I have a 16 guage nitro special with serial 149296. i have pinpointed it in the area of 1925-6. nitro specials were created from 1923-1946 serial numbers 100000-360000. since yours is 206508, it wold probaly be an early to mid 30's model. sadly, nitro specials aren't worth much. Lucky to get $300 off one, because a. it's not a real lefever (made by ithica, who bought the company out) and b. it was originally a cheap weapon. my advice: use it for hunting. my nitro shoots great and it's a fun gun. keep it in good condition. the're starting to make new parts for them, so the ones with all stock parts (like ours) will go up in PRICE
To get a parts breakdown you would need to take the shotgun into a gun store. The store will be able to provide an estimate, or order new parts.
Since we have no way of knowing what condition it might be in, we can only say anywhere from $250 for parts to $1400 for near-mint. email@example.com
Not all the cars can have nitro but for those who can, you just have to buy the nitro parts.
Your local auto parts store or Ford dealership can get you a copy of the timing schematics for a 2002 Ford Focus 2.0. You can also contact the Ford company to get a copy of the schematics.
There are lots of sites for Nitro RC parts online. One is www.nitrorcx.com. www.towerhobbies.com, www.rcplanet.com, and www.hobbypartz.com are a few other sites you can find parts online also.
They allow machinists to reproduce parts read from schematics.
You just need to do a little research, but there are some sites that sell nitro car parts such as; www.hobbytron.com/NitroRCCars.html or also www.andysautosport.com/auto_parts/dodge_nitro.html.
you can get them at yapitshere or many other quality parts dealers they have repair manuals, diagrams, auto parts, body parts and engine parts
Try Numrich Gunparts. They have a wide variety of parts and schematics for older firearms.
Try an appliance parts website. Usually they have schematics and a breakdown of parts for appliances.
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Numrich Gun Parts Corp.should be able to help you.
Yes, hobby many hobby shops do sell nitro rc parts. Here are some that I have found: http://www.rctoyhouse.com/ http://www.wonderhobby.com/ http://www.hobbypartz.com/
Well, most people associate nitro car parts with remote controlled cars, which are sold at hobby stores. For full scale cars you would likely do better at a specialty store.
Nitro gas rc airplanes are a fun hobby. Parts can be located at a local hobby and craft store or by going online and shopping at places such as Nitroplanes.
You can buy the parts and the schematics to the rock-it-launcher from moira in craterside supply in megaton. Type your answer here...
There are Sears service/repair centers across the country. Most have the schematics/diagrams you need and carry the parts.
You can get parts for a Nitro Special shotgun made by Fall Arms Co. at specific gun dealers in your area. You can also check with pawn shops to find used parts to fit your firearm.
www.nitrorcx.com has facts for beginners and advanced nitro rc enthusiasts. They support forums on their web site for people sharing their personal experience with the brand name vs generic parts debate.
I'd suggest trying the web site at Double gun gunshop.com or Keith Keacher
The normal parts are called sections. The special parts are called specials or supplementals. The loose advertisements are called circulars.
Lefever made several models through three different versions of the company. Not enough information.