GaryH

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  1. Mickla, I have not had any direct experience with this company but the detailed pictures of the 1936 Buick runningboard replacement look very good. Like other have said the original ones were vulcanized to the runningbourd and the one person that I know of that did the authentic repair replacement by vulcanizing has apparently retired. He was Huntley Acuff of Roseville Georga. His web address www.huntleyacuffrunningboards,com is shut down, but maybe you can still get him on the phone at 706 866 4875. I have (2) 1936 Buicks and a 1937 and 1938 and know these cars very well. The pictures of their replacement mats look very good but again I don't have any direct experience with them.. Good luck,
  2. Here is a link http://www.runningboardrubbermats.com/runningboardreproduction.html
  3. 1931 Buick Rear Bumper parts for the 60 80 90 series car. This is the hard to find one for cars with the rear mounted spare. It will be at Hershey for sale at $150.00
  4. Noticed this on Philly Craigslist, not mine But a great buy for restore or parts. https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/cto/6155147835.html
  5. Looking for a NOS Voltage Regulator for my 1936 Buick 80 Series. The Delco part no. is #5594 and this number is stamped on the mounting bracket (generator mounting style). This is a 5 pin regulator only used on the large series cars. I always had a lot of luck here at the forum. Hope someone has one sitting around like I usually have. Thanks
  6. Suhail. I still have the two 1936 Buick 320 engines for sale. sent you a private message Gary
  7. Here are some more pictures of the correct post/mounting bracket for this rumble seat step plate with the bracket. Thanks all for your help. Gary
  8. Here are some better pictures of the correct mounting post/bracket for this Buick Rumble seat step plate. Thanks all for your help. Still Looking for the correct one! Gary
  9. Midman, Thanks for the reply. Bob's use to carry the step plates, but he no longer has a source and does not have any remaining in stock. I have also been watching ebay and there have not been any listed in the last 3 months. Gary
  10. Hi , I am looking to purchase A Buick Rumble Seat Step Plate. They measure approx. 4 1/2 X 4 1/2 and seem to be the same or very very close from 1930 to the 1938. I need the bumper mounted plate but if you have only the top plate as shown here that would be fine also, I can make the rest. Thank you, Gary
  11. Hi , I am looking to purchase A Buick Rumble Seat Step Plate. They measure approx. 4 1/2 X 4 1/2 and seem to be the same or very very close from 1930 to the 1938. I need the bumper mounted plate but if you have only the top plate as shown here that would be fine also, I can make the rest. Thank you, Gary .
  12. Beware that the 90 series wheels are much different than the 80 series. The 90 series are much bigger and heavier.
  13. Hi Guy's, Can someone help me identify this 50's era Emblem. I thought it was Lincoln or Desoto and looked at some pictures on Google but I can't seem to identify it. Thanks for yur help.
  14. Does Anybody have a Spark Plug Cover for a 1931 Buick 60 series just finishing a nice engine detail and it looks terrible without the cover
  15. Thanks to the help of many members of this great forum I was able to locate most of my needed parts except the Spark Plug Cover. Does Anybody have a Spark Plug Cover for a 1931 Buick 60 series just finishing a nice engine detail and it looks terrible without the cover
  16. Buickpartsyard, I sent you a pm, thank you for your post and I hope you can help with some of the other items. Gary
  17. Marv. I got the fuel pump today, Thanks again for your help. I was also able to roundup the missing fuel pump rod from another member. Gary
  18. ROJ, Thanks for your reply, Please let me know if you have the original AC 5751 fuel pump it would be a big help. I hope some of the other members can help you with the wood, The car I am working on had all the wood done when I bought it so I can't really recommend a good source. It would probably be good to let the members know what state you are in. With wood work, there are a lot of sources not main stream to auto restoration that could help you.
  19. Joel, Thank you for your reply. I appreciate the verification on the fuel pump number, it really helps with the search.
  20. Hi, I am working on a 1931 Buick series 60 and am looking for some help locating the following parts; 1) Spark Plug cover 60 series 2) The original fuel pump is missing and I am looking for a NOS or rebuildable fuel pump. I have been told it is an AC 5751 or AC6139. If you have a pump or can verify the part number it would be very helpful. 3) The Bell housing lower casting cover, (Flywheel cover) is missing and I am looking for one. Thank you, Gary
  21. The price is now reduced to $21,750. This is a Very well maintained Low Miles Mercedes Benz including the all important timing chain upgrade. AACA NATIONAL FIRST call 484-431-9376 for more info
  22. For anyone traveling to Hershey this week with interest in this great car, we would be happy to show it to you. We are about 2 hours from Hershey.