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  1. I have a 66 Skylark Coupe with a 340 4 barrel that I am either going to sell as a parts car or I may part out. The car has been sitting for about 10 years and the engine is frozen. I filled the cylinders with Marvel Mystery Oil, so it may free up some time in the future. There is no title for the car, but I do have a bill of sale from the prior owner. The floors have rust through in spots, but can be patched...don't think it needs a whole floor. The trunk floor is pretty solid with some patches in the corners where they usually rust. The frame seems solid. There is rust on the cowl in front of
  2. Yes, the 66 rear panel is specific to the 66 Special and Gran Sport only. The Skylark panel has several hole to mount a large trim plate. 67 fenders may work with some modification, but I would like to get the correct 66 ones. Buick Special fenders from a 66 will fit, but are missing the large hole for a fake side port.
  3. I am looking for a front pass side fender and trunk lid for a 66 Buick Skylark. Also need the rear center panel(the body section between the taillights) from a 66 Special or Gran Sport. I am located in PA
  4. I need a passenger side rear bumper end for my 64 Buick Wildcat.
  5. I need the cover which is on the right side of the engine block. It may be called the water jacket cover?? I do not have any part numbers.
  6. I need the right side water jacket cover pan for a continental 9F engine. I have a 1928 Erskine
  7. That is exactly right...don't know why is was not clear to me. Thanks for your help.
  8. Can anyone tell me how to connect the two needle valves in the top of the lid to the float on a Stewart Warner Type H vac. fuel can? I have a 1928 Erskine. There are no levers as on other cans, just two needle valves with loops on the end and one large float.<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  9. Can anyone tell me how to connect the two needle valves in the top of the lid to the float on a Stewart Warner Type H vac. fuel can? I have a 1928 Erskine. There are no levers as on other cans, just two needle valves with loops on the end and one large float.
  10. WOW!...Thanks for the exploded view! That should help.
  11. Looking for interior door and window handles for my 1929 Erskine. Also need the cover plate on the right side of the engine.
  12. Thanks for the information on the Schebler carb...it gives me a good overview of the mechanics of the unit. Do you have an exploded view of the interior parts of the carb? Thanks again for the info.
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