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  1. 29 erskine engine rebuild

    As most probably know the Erskine for 1927-29 used a non-Studebaker engine. The 1928-29 models 51 and 52 utilized the model 9-F Continental which was a 160 c.i. Six (2 3/4 X 4 1/2') with 43 h.p. Top speed with the standard 4.78 gear was 62 m.p.h.
  2. 1931 President front bumper

    Just curious as to what body style? See poster below.
  3. Have a few of these '29 President posters left over from a project. They measure 13 X 16." Have on both h.w. glossy stock and standard h.w. bond paper. Contact me if interested rtq11@aol.com
  4. Wig Wag tail light

    You may already know this but the first year the wig-wag was offered was 1936. It was in the Studebaker accessory catalogs from 1936 thru '38. I have 5-6 of them plus patent info plus installation instructions etc. etc.
  5. I have reprinted 3 only parts books for the 1916-17-18 Studebaker Four and Six models ED and SF. Had to dis-assemble my original. Note it is 104 pages with 32 pages of illustrations. Great book which includes both body and chassis parts. Nice to be able to see what items interchanged during this 3 year run. $75 postpaid in the U.S.
  6. 40 President interior

    Yes, I do have some nice original factory 8 X 10" black and white images of the interior of the 1940 President. Of course I also have a nice low mileage '40 President Club Sedan.
  7. Studebaker sales and service literature etc. all 1913-18 I am attaching herewith samples of some of the material I have for the 1917 Series 18 Studebaker Four and Six. This is only a sample as there is quite a bit more. I have similar literature for all years and models 1913 thru 18 (in addition to later years). Way too much to list it all here but if you are interested contact me direct for specific needs. <rtq11@aol.com>
  8. Will buy outright or have lots of pre war parts for trade. Also need Delco coil 537-B. Attaching photo of car. Purchased from an estate of a guy who went in for knee surgery and died of a blood clot. Believe some of the missing parts had been taken in for restoration but after the owners death no one knew they were missing or if so where to find them. Neat car, needs to be finished.
  9. 1922 Special Six Photos

    Thanks for the information. Great early history and even better photos. I would be interested in seeing that 1932 President engine dyno test report. Could you post it or make a copy and snail mail it. Just send a invoice with it or can pay upfront. Appreciate the history. Richard Quinn (editor emeritus: Antique Studebaker Review) rtq11@aol.com
  10. 1922 Special Six Photos

    Great photos. Where did you get the information on the car?
  11. I have some of those, as a matter of fact believe I have a full set. Contact me at rtq11 at aol dot com
  12. 1917 Ignition Key

    I have maybe 50 Studebaker Yale Jr. keys and nearly identical keys with the Miller name.
  13. 37 Coupe Express on eBay

    OK you convinced me.
  14. Thank you rbk (Robert Kapteyn)

    Just leaving this hour for Robert and Marie's 60th wedding anniversary.
  15. 37 Coupe Express on eBay

    Thanks for the unsolicited testimonial Tom! Actually the first time I have ever seen my poster being displayed. Though I have a '37 I have never showed it. Waiting to get some wide whitewalls!