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  1. I have a set of pistons for 34-37 dictator and notes say can be used on 30-33 cars to replace cast iron pistons, These have postage of $.63 cents to mail from Ohio to Texas so they have been on the shelf a long long time. These are unfinished and can be 3.250 std or oversize. Unfinished they are 3 3/16 They are in the original box and pictures are available Any interest before I put them on Ebay? USA made by Ohio Piston
  2. I am going thru my engine parts and found I have the following, I believe they are NOS and NOSR, if any one is interested please email me. They came from a Studebaker dealership many years ago. Thanks 6-127273 (28-31 Commander and dictator 6) 6-127279 (28-31 Commander and dictator 6) 4-167157 (29-31 8 cyl) 6-167158 (29-31 8 cyl) 11-174836 (31-33 41 54 55 56) my email is mryoder@swbell.net Thanks Milt
  3. My cousin gave me a serial number plate for a Studebaker, I am guessing it is from the early twenties. The serial number is 3087382. Anyone know what this is off of Thanks It is not perfect but will be added to my memorabilia cabinet. Thanks in advance
  4. I got a pair of lights in some Studebaker parts. I do not believe they are Studebaker . I think they are early GM but I have no clue. They each have the number of 766 cast into the base along with some manufacturers emblem which I cannot decipher. Any help is appreciated. These are nice and I would like them to find a home on the correct car. Thanks in advance I have other pictures but I can only upload the one
  5. I got a pair of lights in some Studebaker parts. I do not believe they are Studebaker . I think they are early GM but I have no clue. They each have the number of 766 cast into the base along with some manufacturers emblem which I cannot decipher. Any help is appreciated. These are nice and I would like them to find a home on the correct car. Thanks in advance I have other pictures but I can only upload the one
  6. I have a couple old rotors. One has DD 88 on it, the other has DD 89 on it. I am told that the one with the DD 89 on it is for a 1928-31 Studebaker President. Can anyone confirm that this indeed a Studebaker rotor? Also anyone have thoughts on what the DD 88 is for? Here is the underside of it--- Here is the dd 88 rotor. It looks exactly like the DD89 rotor except it has a flat spot where it mounts on the distributor shaft and the DD89 rotor has a slit. Thanks Milt
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