Peter P

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  • Birthday 12/27/1957

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  1. That is a very unusual gauge panel on the dash. It looks a lot like the No. 2 dash configuration that was used in the standard Six Studebakers between 1925 & '26 with the exception of the round hole at the top of yours. A photo of the dash that was in my old Standard Six ER Hardtop Duplex Coupe is attached.
  2. Did the gauges ever sell? What was the asking price? Pete
  3. Posting for a friend. He has a 1926 Big Six but his honeycomb radiator core is leaking. He needs to either repair it or find a new curved core for his. What have other people done to fix theirs? Is anyone repairing or supplying new curved honeycomb cores?
  4. Thank you everyone. Prrhaps it is the original 1926 Studebaker rear end after all.
  5. Looking for opinions on what this 1927 Studebaker engine might be worth? Will it fit in my 1926 Standard Six Hardtop Duplex Roadster? Peter Calgary
  6. Can anyone ID these wire rims? Year? Make??
  7. Can anyone tell me what year truck this was from? It is a Canadian made grill but I have not seen the Indian Head symbol before. Year, model and value if possible? Thank you Peter
  8. Where are you guys located Jack? I could not find you doing a google search Peter
  9. What is he looking for Robert? I am meeting up with a fellow in his 80's and he know a lot about the early Studebakers
  10. Not sure if the year is correct but this rear end is under my 1925 Studebaker Standard Six ER Hardtop Roadster. I want to ID which McLaighlin Buick model and year this came from, I will likley try to sell it and find a year correct Studebaker rear end. Can someone ID this rear and as per year and model it came off of? Thank you
  11. This is the rare, second version of the 1925 Studebaker dash panel.