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  1. The dictionary describes it as an object or goal that is sought after for its great significance. That is different for every collector. I have both, so some might say the 33 is the Holy grail. But not to me. Had one and sold it. There are 54 31 president roadsters, 8 of the 32, and 2 of the 33. Some like the 31 for its true roadster look and the 32 for the classic look. Both are great cars.
  2. Buy them from John Cislak.
  3. Buy the print from the museum or ask Tom Shrock to make it.
  4. I see some Hens teeth hanging on the wall. Also what is that yellow car in the back round?
  5. I've seen 2 other Canadian 35s that had that tag in the same place and started with CS.
  6. Contact Dick Quinn for manuals.
  7. John McCall makes the wing nut. Well he has the inventory of Lionel Stone that had them made.
  8. Just leave him a email at the jm studebaker site. his phone number won't help much. I have his new number but he only answers 1 out of 20 times. But he did answer my text to his new number. He is doing a 32 floor mat for me now. Hopefully by the national meet.
  9. Try these people.
  10. I've gotten the top boot prints from the studebaker museum for my 29, 31 and 35. They might have yours too. Supply them the part number in your book.
  11. I didn't think that there were that many Studes were in GB.
  12. Those heads are for the 250. We still have to plan a trip to pick up the stuff left behind.
  13. George Martin in Lebanon PA. I first meet him at Hershey and he was advertising in Hemmings. I have a telephone number of 717-273-9502 He has made several for my 31 presidents. He has the specs to made stock ones, but you might have to send him a sample or give lengths of cable and sleeves. He might have the ends or you will have to supply yours. Rex See
  14. For sale 1931 President four season roadster, painted in the original speedway red chassis and chessylite body. View photos. Bought from estate. Chassis was dismantled for restoration. Body together with very minor rust. Most wood good. I believe it is 99.9 % complete. Asking 32,000. Photo also of a completed president speedway. Located in South Bend, In. Serious inquiries call 574 22 nine 2 six 22. Rex
  15. Yes Gary most all or all the parts are there. Very little rust on the whole car except minor rust on rear panel , left lower cowl , and the water trough around the rumble seat opening has pin holes. Wood is good except at the rear panel and behind the drivers seat upper tack strip. Yes it is a president and I have the history and serial numbers going back 50 years. Call me for details if interested. 574 22 nine 2six 22.