jerry kaiser

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About jerry kaiser

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  • Birthday 04/19/1945
  1. Want to buy Tie Rod ends for a 26 Studebaker or is there any cross reference from another car
  2. It runs and drives great it was restored in the 70s
  3. The end of the distributor is a D shape and so it only goes in one way so just pull it and replace and as long as you don't remove the oil pump you will be fine
  4. I have not been on this forum since selling my 38 Coupe Express But now I have a new one a 26 standard 6. This is the oldest Stude I have ever played with.It has been sitting since 1994. I have put in new plugs and cleaned the points, Drained the gas tank of what used to be gas boy was that stinky. Now what else should I do to get it running again. I also drained the radiator and refilled it. There are a couple things I am not sure of such as the air cleaner looks like something missing. Also there is a reservoir under the distributor do I need to put oil or grease in it? There is a little lever on the steering column by the key ? And what are you suppose to use the oil can on? Ill try to ad a couple pictures. Thanks for any help with this old girl. Thanks Jerry
  5. http://tucson.craigslist.org/cto/4954487414.html
  6. Sold ’37 Studebaker Coupe Express Project Sold Sold Sold This was a very solid truck to start with New bed floor welded in Exterior bed ready for paint Inside needs more work if painting but would be good if applying Rhino liner Cab is in primer but still needs minor body work to be paint ready Parts installed: New Bed Floor, New Bed Front Panel, New Spring Shackles, New Shocks Rear differential cleaned & flushed with new seals, New brakes in rear, Rebuilt wheel cylinders New Gas Tank New Parts to be included in price: Complete rebuilt 245 cubic inch 6 cyl engine OD Trans. New motor mounts front & rear Re-plated chrome bumpers Re-plated chrome side mount hardware All other chrome have been re-plated Front Bumper Guards been re-plated All new rubber parts New running board mats I don’t have the rubber parts for the side mount A pair of front fender lights 5 Artillery wheels in primer with re-plated hub caps 5 new wide white tires Fog lights Gauge panel with new speedo face Radio Correct vintage but not factory New Wiring harness Kits for front wheel cylinders Kit for master cylinder New vinyl covers on seat New wind lace New door panels New headliner All glass is good The front and rear fenders, and doors look to be very straight and would need minimum work for paint Also have 1 gal & 1 quart Bermuda Blue Paint for the exterior Also 1 quart gray dash paint All the books Shop Manual & Chassis Parts Book Everything to make a ’37 Coupe Express pickup and many extra parts I have well over $20,000 invested. So the price is $20K and that is a bargain or may take partial trade. I just don’t have the motivation or energy to complete this very worthy project. I can email pictures but it would be best to come and look at it. Contact me for any questions
  7. WTB back window rubber for Coupe Express and Sill plates for 39 coupe express any info contact Lew Dandurand at lldandurand@msn.com Or 520-743-0451 Thanks Jerry
  8. Yes I would like to sell it. I don't know what it is worth. You can call me and we can talk about it. My # 520-979-0065
  9. I posted a few weeks back I was looking for shackle bushings for my 37 coupe express. I got several good leads but no bushings.When I was in Colorado for the meet I was talking to Ford Stoecker he told me to use Pre war Jeep bushings. I wnt to a local jeep shop here in Tucson And bought 4 shackles with bushings for 14.00 Ea. on the front I was able to use the compleat shackle and bushings on the rear the shackle bolt is longer so I just used the bushings. I just wanted to let anyone with a 37 CE or Dictator know about this interchange.The bushings will also fit the rear of 38 CE & Commander. Also the Jeep uses left and right threads on the bushing but Studebaker only uses right hand threads. Thank you Ford for this valuable info
  10. I also have this winterfront for a 37 What is it worth? Its in very good condition http://i102.photobucket.com/<wbr>albums/m86/studeblu/th_IMG_<wbr>0395_zpsd8b25ff4.jpg
  11. Can anyone tell me what year this is for also what is it worth. I put a heat gun to the back thermostat and it starts to open. surface rust only. I was going to clean it up and use it for a wall hanger in my garage but I would rather see someone use it on a car. IMG_0196_zpsd91d165d.jpg Photo by studeblu | Photobucket
  12. Robert I am glad you are feeling better. The bushings I need are front part # 181825 the rear are 184996 I would need 4 of each. Ill wait to hear from you before I call Dennis Dupont or Dave Thibeault. Thanks for your help with this.
  13. Generally when it heats while moving and not at idle it would be coolant flow. Have you removed the core plugs and flushed the block? That would be what I would try first
  14. I could get by with the lower rear bushings for the front and rear. the rest are not too bad. Anyone know of where I could find some?