ILIKECARS53

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  1. Hi Dave, The pics will help me also, will be putting a DA coupe back together in the near future. Going to be my retirement project. But i have a question, where did you purchase the oil filter? Thanks in advance, Jim
  2. Hi, 19" locking rims are very hard to find. They were gobbled up by classic car owners over the years because they were used on Duesenbergs, Packards, etc.
  3. I HAVE A UR-2 ON MY DA SIX. WORKS QUITE WELL. SAME STUD SPACING AND IS NOT POT METAL
  4. Hi Matt , I am not sure if the 1941 Buick manual has the courtesy lamps diagram, but the 1942 does have it for the different models. I attached the diagram for 90 series models. Good luk
  5. I am not sure if this is the right area to post this sad news. Bill Hirsch passed away on October 23rd. He will be missed by all who knew him and everyone in the car collector hobby.
  6. Sorry for the second message. Forgot the most important part, also rebuilt the generator with new brushes. Thanks again, Jim
  7. Hi All, Needed to do some rewiring on the Buick and need to polarize the generator. I have 2 procedures, one for an internal ground generator and the other for an external ground. What kind was used on a 1942 Buick, can not seem to find that info. Thanks in advance for the help. Jim
  8. Gary, I also attended the New Jersey Concours on Saturday. Saw your Model T and Model A, they looked great. The weather was perfect and the cars were outstanding. Kevin did a great job. Jim
  9. I may have missed it, but year and model Dodge are you restoring? Thanks Jim
  10. Cleaned up very nicely. Good luck with it.
  11. COMPLETED THE SURVEY. GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR PAPER.
  12. Bill Hirsch makes an excellent engine paint
  13. I was way off. Thanks for correcting me. Better get my glasses checked.
  14. If I am reading the data plate correctly 40-46 is a coupe. A 4 door sedan is 40-48. The data plate may have been changed. The car also indicates Century on the hood as pont35cpe noted. Best way to check is to measure the wheelbase. There could be other things in the interior etc between the different series but i am not familiar with all the 1940 differences. Thanks Jim