dibarlaw

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About dibarlaw

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    Have loved the old car hobby for over 40 years and still trying to become involved.

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  1. dibarlaw

    1931 Buick Firetruck????

    Chuck: I have seen this photo before. This was one of the west coast Howard Automobile company's service trucks. Oh yes would we not love to have that one!
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    1918 Buick tail light

    Morgan : With the decorative bezel it is from a 1924 or 1925 Master series. I am running a double filament socket so my brake and tail are in the same unit. I ran the same Master taillight on my Standard for several years Now I am back to the correct simpler type A that came with the car. But, with the same double filament socket.
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    1922 gear shift key

    Mark: Some of the cars had the composite sewn straps. That is how I made the ones for my 1925 Standard. Then I found out the Master Parts book specified Harness Leather for both the 1925 Master and Standard. Other years before and after were like yours.
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    Any one else watch Perry Mason?

    Love the "Torchy" series for the same reasons. Glenda Farrell and Barton McClain work great together. Last night on Perry Mason there was a variety of FMC stuff. Edsel Convert, other Fords and Mercurys. But there was also a new, White 1959 Buick Electra convert and Lt. Tragg's car was a Black 1959 Electra 4 dr. sedan.
  5. It's in the mail. There will be a plastic Peanut Butter jar with a blue lid coming your way. That was how Gregg Lange would send the nitrophyl floats he makes. Works for me.
  6. Hugh: Stop, stop, stop..... Bingo!!! I see the problem. My pinion gear is 13 teeth 1.265 O.D. Gear face length is .967. I checked the 2 Master S/G (D 268) pinions and they are 12 teeth 1.420 O.D. . Somehow you have a Master pinion gear. I guess I have another package to send. Larry
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    AND THEN THERE WERE THREE

    Before I removed the clutch and flywheel on my 1937 I center punched the locations on the crankshaft end for alignment and balance for the clutch. (Then "CARS" lost my clutch pressure plate.) Both my 1925 engines had a center punch mark to locate flywheel to crankshaft.
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    ID for light

    This one was on the 1915 Buick model 36 Roadster I bid on at the R/M Hershey auction in 2015. A variation of the Beacon light but with BUICK as part of the glass lens casting.
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    Any one else watch Perry Mason?

    Todays episode had Bette Davis replacing Perry who was in the hospital. She was driving a 1963 Buick LeSabre Station Wagon.
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    Brian Heil Official Announcement

    Congratulations to Brian and welcome to the "Bright Side" of life.
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    New Group

    Thanks Ron, see you then.
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    WTB 1925 Buick Standard Top Sockets

    Thanks Mark: But I know that I have attempted to contact John several times since that Sept.18th, 2016 post. All I have gotten back since early this year (2018) was that he will check..
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    New Group

    Ron: I have always avoided Facebook in the past since I taught at the high school. Obvious reasons of vindictive young people who would love to discredit a teacher by any means. I know my wife has an account. When I tried to access and join the new group it automatically used my wife's name. I like the forum as I am pretty used to it to communicate and post items. I fumbled around for a while to try and get set up and found it is not what I would call user friendly. Oh by the way the 1927 Buick photo is a 1928 sedan.
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    AND THEN THERE WERE THREE

    https://youtu.be/4dnV6NsYQks Problem has pretty much been worked out now that it is timed correctly. I will adjust as Brian Heil has outlined. I have things pretty well buttoned up. Now just some tweaking and replacement of oil line to gage as it has a crack. Also make up a bit longer coil wire to route under the spark plug cover. I need to take a ride!