13CADDY

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About 13CADDY

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  • Birthday 09/04/1948

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  • Location:
    villa hills,ky.
  • Interests:
    early teen's Cadillac's & Studebakers older that 1935

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  1. got a pair of side mount clamps--fresh castings--both match--came with a bunch of other Stude. parts--no wing nuts--they'll need to be finished off--I can bring to Hershey so you can look T them--let me know--Tom
  2. Ted, well, you going to make it ?? sure hope so for your sake--see you on the show field Saturday--Tom
  3. Steve, there will be charging stations in the fields ? Tom
  4. I take mine back to the room every night & plug it in--I always take a extra pair of batteries, their not hard to change-I carry a wrench & ratchet in the tool box--good luck--Tom
  5. Great car--looks just perfect---I like the blue & black together---Tom
  6. thanks for the look--appreciate your look--Tom
  7. need a wheel puller for my 1919 Studebaker rears--can't break the axle loose from the hub--thanks,Tom 2 & 1/2 with 12 gauge threads
  8. 48 firetruck gave you my choice--that ppg48 is good stuff--ahigh build primer& a sealer--been using it for the last 4 cars--Tom
  9. big money rigs & using $12.95 tiedown straps---makes sense to me-
  10. Grimy, did you look at foreign truck wheels--Nissan or Toyota--2wd--been out of the junk business to long, one was 5 lug, one was 6 lug--just a idea for you--Tom
  11. The collection of manuals are all Buick ? thanks, Tom
  12. and Ted,you just lit the fire !
  13. had the same problem with my 32 Studebaker wheels--tire shop bent 2 of the wheels, they said not there problem--the other 4 I did myself--sine the tires were junk, I just cut them off--a hack saw & a good set of side cutters worked perfect--the 4 I did got plated & are on the ground, the first 2 became s/mts--Tom
  14. try Car-Part.com-- its easy to get through--user friendly---Tom