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Linus Tremaine

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  1. I do have a folding bathtub. But I would consider another. I found mine on eBay for about 100 dollars. l
  2. the car that dibarlaw posted is in california. I went and looked at it to get familiar with them, but its not for sale.
  3. the car is still in CT as far as I know. I drove there with a car trailer to buy it and I found that it was, in my opinion, not as advertised and I could not justify the cost. It was at the maximum of my budget and needed significantly more work that I could take on at the time. It a wonderful car none the less and I feel that I will regret not buying it for the rest of my life. Id still like to find one.
  4. I paid 19 for my 21 big six. It’s a very good original car. I don’t know what that ones worth.
  5. or if that is what we call the bearing race, they are part of the bearing part number?
  6. Thanks George. I don’t think I need the flange just the hub with bearing cups ( I assume that means races and I assume I can just put new races in if the hub doesn’t have good ones in it)
  7. I don’t have a parts book unfortunately. I’ll see if I can find a part number somehow. l
  8. I took the wheel to George so he could start getting ready to respoke it when I find a hub. I don’t have a picture but I do have a video. I don’t think I can post it here. I did post the video in the Northern California Antique studebaker Facebook group. It cracked radially all the way around at the back just at the face of the inner bearing race.
  9. My recently acquired big six that “needed the spokes tightened” has a front hub that’s cracked in half. I’m looking for a replacement. the threads on the outside are 2-5/8-16 and I’ve posted a few pics with a tape below. Does anyone have one? thanks.
  10. hi dale, i dont personally know any other studebaker people. There is a pretty good facebook group called nor cal antique studebaker and there are a good number of active people there. There is also rick down in southern california who has been very helpful to me. He makes the chevy distributor conversion and SS water pump shafts. I keep learning about more people here, so I think there are more than I would have guessed which is good. L
  11. Looking for a pair of interesting 1920s plate frames for my 1921 car. Does anyone have a pair they would be willing to sell? I would be open to AAA set or other auto insurance/club set (national automobile club for example) or an interesting cast aluminum set... or something else that you have. Thanks, Linus
  12. wayne, they are going to get that lincoln out for a wedding I hear. I think maybe steves daughter or grand daughter. I over heard that on saturday. its a good car. L
  13. I think Jeff had a lincoln or two. Do you k ow of any lincoln parts remain? mom in San Jose and If your open to visitors I’d love to come look. L
  14. this is the same seller who had my studebaker. Ive seen this car, but I didnt look that close. :L
  15. well unfortunately i havent taken it apart yet to look. I was trying to find one first.
  16. I have been told by another studebaker owner that a replacement drive gear is available in brass for the remy 358-A distributor on my 21 Big Six. does anyone know the source for this gear? Thanks, :L
  17. I don’t know why this always happens to my pictures but it does. Whatever the case - here it is on an original wooden Lincoln highway bridge and a Later steel bridge in Wyoming. I stopped and took it out of the trailer on the way back so I could go on this bridge.
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