Can you help identify?

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31 Dec 2013 04:10 #26552 by auburnandyscar
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I am guessing that it is a Duesenberg J "chassis computer" for the lubrication system.
can any of you confirm this?

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31 Dec 2013 17:26 #26562 by RandyEma
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Sorry no idea what that is. Randy

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01 Jan 2014 02:37 #26571 by auburnandyscar
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Thanks Randy for your time.
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01 Jan 2014 14:57 #26574 by Bob Roller
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Like Randy,I have NO idea either.Take it apart and let us see,as Abe Lincoln said of the Spencer rifle,"The inwardness of the thing". Did I see a cam lobe or was it something else?

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01 Jan 2014 19:04 #26577 by 61xlch
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This must be the famous "Restore while driving" machine, sometimes called "back to NOS-box". You need to attach this machine at the firewall and within the next 100 miles the car will become a condition "as bad as new".

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02 Jan 2014 16:27 #26582 by Mike Dube
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61xlch wrote: This must be the famous "Restore while driving" machine, sometimes called "back to NOS-box". You need to attach this machine at the firewall and within the next 100 miles the car will become a condition "as bad as new".

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