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  • Birthday 10/10/1950

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  1. I saw this on Ebay and they called it a Cadillac. I'M not so sure about that. What say you?
  2. Thank You all very much for your input. I appreciate it. Wayne
  3. Can anyone identify this old touring car?
  4. I have seen this type of hubcap a few time and I can't find what it is. I've seen it marked as an Erskine but that I don't think is correct. Appreciate any help. Wayne
  5. I see this hubcap every once in awhile and can't figure out what it's form. Thanks, Wayne
  6. Thank You StudeQ for this information. It is going to be very helpful. You said you have additional info. What would that be?
  7. I am looking for information on the Gasoline signal or Whistle Cock that is shown in the attachment. I have contacted the National Museum for a print and they would like a part number. Does anyone have a parts catalog with that information and also I have been looking to buy one of these catalog if anyone has one that they would be willing to sell. It's the catalog for the series 24 cars. Thanks, Wayne
  8. Scott, Thanks for the advice. I did find a little information on tire removal in the owners manual. It wasn't very explicit but it helped me figure out how to dismount the tire. Wayne
  9. What is the right way to remove the tire on a disc wheel with split rims? I have a 24 Big Six 5 Pass Coupe and it came with a Hercules rim tool but I don't think it is the correct one for my rims. The center of the disc is raised up and it doesn't allow the tool to grab the rim. I'm really not sure how these rims go together so any advise would be helpful. Wayne
  10. Here's what I'm Looking for. They are used to pull slack out of the webbing on a Gabriel Snubber Shock Absorber. I have on my '24 Studebaker.
  11. I am looking to buy a Snubber Adjusting Tool. I missed a couple of them on Ebay. Let me know. Wayne
  12. Scott, I'm very much interested in the wiper motor. The hole dimensions from left to right are 3" to center and 2 1/2" to the right hole. I'm also in need of info as to what type of blade fits on these types of motors. Thanks for your help. Wayne
  13. Does anyone have any information on what was the original windshield wiper motor on a 1924 Big Six vehicle. I have a Trico curved body on mine but looking on one of my brochures that I have it looks like a Folberth. If anyone would have a photo of the correct wiper motor it would be appreciated. Thanks, Wayne
  14. I purchased a new set of oil pan gaskets and they came with 2 felts for the ends. When I removed the pan there were no felts but there were grooves in the bearing caps and the pan ends were built up thicker to fit into the grooves. What I would like to know is is this correct? Do some use felts and some not? I need a little info before I assemble this.
  15. Here is a picture of one of my Trunk Locks that I would like to repair. My question is does anyone have any info or possibly a photo of one that is in good shape so that I can reconstruct the missing parts. Also I have added a photo of my coupe.
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