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  1. Hey Gary, Thanks for taking your time to help me in my quest. Much appreciated, Bernie
  2. I am still searching for the interior windshield garnish moldings for my 47 M-5. I've gotten a few leads, but so far only dead ends. I also am looking for the instrument cluster stainless steel bezel. Don't need the gauges or the glass only the bezel. I appreciate all the help so far and am in hopes that this new posting will do the trick. Bernie
  3. Hey Gary, Thanks for the lead. I just posted a message. Bernie
  4. Does anybody have or can anybody tell me where I can find The Interior Windshield Garnish Molding for a 1947 M-5 Pickup Truck? I assume the molding would be the same on an M-15. Thanks, Bernie
  5. Thanks for the help. I will pursue the leads... hopefully to a successful conclusion. I was a car show recently and talked to a guy from Demon Carbs and he said they were about to announce a blow through carb.
  6. I am looking for a Carter AFB Part # 3725S for a blown 289. I hope somebody out there has one for sale or can lead me in the right direction. Also are there other Carter AFBs that can be used in or adapted to work in a blow through super-charger application? Thanks a lot, Bernie
  7. Hello Rex, Based on your email address I’m assuming your name is Rex. Thanks for getting back to me regard the support rods. I’m glad you have them. Do the support rods have the fittings with them? Did you have any luck with the radiator core support? If not, we can fabricate the part. Our preference is an original one, but we can make do. In any case I would like to buy everything you have. Please give me an indication of the condition of the windshield frame, the hood center strip, and the driver side splash apron (if possible, some pictures would be very helpful). The other parts should be easy to restore. I am located in Western North Carolina very close to Asheville. I have had parts shipped to me by Trailways before and it seems to work well. I would be willing to drive to some midway point Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. if you have some reason to be traveling in any of those areas in the not too distant future. Please tell me what you want for everything and how you’d like to me to get you the money. the hood center strip. the radiator shell to fire wall rods. the four bumper clamps. both head light mounts. the windshield frame. the four hood latches. the fender to radiator shell support rods and fittings. the driver side splash apron. the radiator core support (if you have it). Thanks, Bernie P.O. Box 695 287 Merrimon Ave. Weaverville, NC 28787 828-231-1142
  8. Thanks for the quick reply. I am very pleased to hear you have so many of the parts I need. The splash apron will definitely work. The radiator core support is a "U" shaped piece of flat steel approx. 2" wide and relatively thick. It attaches to the center of the front frame cross member and on the sides to the radiator shell with six rivets or bolts on each side. Since I don't have the pieces I can only repeat what I've been told and can discern from the pieces and and points the radiator core support attaches to. The radiator shell to fire wall rods should be about 38 to 40" long. Yes we need the four bumper clamps. We need both head light mounts. We need the windshield frame. We need the four hood latches. The one thing you didn't mention was the "Fender to Radiator Shell Support Rods and Fittings". If you have them we need them for both sides. Thanks for all your help. Bernie P.S. It might be easier to communicate if you could send me your email address.
  9. Funny you should ask. The hood center strip was number one on my list, but there is more. I am looking for the following: Splash Apron Driver Side Radiator Core Support Radiator to Firewall Rods Fender to Radiator Shell Support Rods and Fittings Headlight Mounts Windshield Frame Hood Latches Bumper Mounting Clamps It would be great if you have one or more of these items. Just let me know the condition and what you would take for each. Thanks Bernie bernie@abemblem.com
  10. Hi, Thanks for your answer. Another forum member, 32MOD55, gave me the proper length which is 34 1/4 long and 1" wide at the narrow end and 1 7/8 at the wide end. I hope that is what you have. If it is (fingers crossed), let me the condition and what you would be willing to sell one for. Bernie
  11. I am looking for an idler arm and pulley for a McCullough super charger for a 57 Hawk. I would prefer NOS. The one I have is bent and truing it is not easy. Used in good condition is also O.K. Thanks, Bernie
  12. I am looking for an idler arm and pulley for a McCullough super charger for a 57 Hawk. I would prefer NOS. The one I have is bent and truing it is not easy. Used in good condition is also O.K. Thanks, Bernie
  13. Thanks for getting back to me. I love the St. Regis because of the killer doors. At the moment I am still in the finding parts mode. I hope I'll be able to find everything I need.
  14. I think it is the one I am looking for. I have a series of detailed photos of other cars and it appears the finials make up the small difference in length. What kind of condition are they in and how much would you like to have for them? If you prefer, you can reach me at bernie@abemblem.com. Thanks, Bernie
  15. Thanks for the quick response. The length of the hood is 36 inches. So the hinge strip is probably 36 or slightly longer depending on how it fits to the finials at the cowl and radiator shell. I'll keep my fingers crossed until I hear from you. Bernie
  16. Need a driver side splash apron for my 1932 Model 55 six cylinder St. Regis project. I also need a radiator core support and a windshield frame. Any help in finding these parts will be greatly appreciated. Bernie
  17. I am seeking a hood center strip for my 1932 Model 55 six cylinder St. Regis project. I also need a radiator core support and a windshield frame. Any help in finding these parts will be greatly appreciated. Bernie
  18. Is there any chance you might have an extra hood center strip or know where I might find one for my 32 St. Regis 6 cylinder project. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Bernie
  19. I have a six cylinder out of a 32. The engine is complete with starter and generator up to and including the bell housing. I also have other parts. Drive shaft, front and rear axles, shocks, etc. Unfortunately no transmission. Let me know if you have any interest.
  20. Thanks for the ansewrs. I have the Faxxon Body Parts catalog. I am looking for something that shows exploded drawing of the wood and sheet metal body parts for my 32. The body parts catalog I have is useless.
  21. I am looking for a body manual I can use in the restoration of a 32 St. Regis 6 cylinder. I would refer a re-print, photocopy, or some form of electronic media. I don't need a pricey original. I would also be interested in shop and parts manuals for the car. Thanks, Bernie
  22. I am trying to find a few parts to complete a 1932 Studebaker St. Regis. It is the 6 cylinder model 55. I need the following: The hood center strip / hinge. The radiator core support. The braces that connect and support the front fenders. They go from the grill to the fender on each side. The brackets that attach the oval headlights to the fenders. I have rear fenders that appear not to be Studebaker. They can be altered to fit, but I would prefer to find some orginals in good or reasonable condition. Thanks, Bernie
  23. Hi Vince, Were you ever able to put your hands on those fender to radiator braces. I have dug through my stuff and don't have a working temperature guage. Bernie
  24. Hi 32 Stude, Do you give an idea of what you want for your braces? I'd hate to put you through digging them out without an understanding. Thanks, Bernie P.S. Any clue who might have the other stuff I an looking for?
  25. I am trying to find a few parts to complete a 1932 Studebaker St. Regis. It is the 6 cylinder model. I believe a model 54. I need the following: The hood center strip. The windshielld frame. The radiator core support. The braces that connect and support the front fenders. They go from the grill to the fender on each side. The brackets that attach the oval headlights to the fenders. I have rear fenders that appear not to be Studebaker. They can be altered to fit, but I would prefer to find sone orginals in good or reasonable condition. Thanks, Bernie 828-231-1142 bernie@abemeblem.com