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Fkellyc

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  1. Ok, according to the Production number plate, this chassis did come from a 32' Buick but I measured a 138" wheelbase and there is no record of a 138" wheelbase care from 32', they only went to 134" Makes me wonder if either the stance or the physical wheelbase was altered when changed into a hay wagon. Any ideas?
  2. So With that all said, What would you (meaning anyone) do with this? Thank you for your honesty and information!
  3. The Wheelbase is 138" (previous measurement without help was 136") Brakes are all mechanical/Lever actuated Wheels are a 5 lug pattern and as in the image posted, the vin/info plate says, Buick 2637I03
  4. I was cleaning a friends family barn and found an old Hay Wagon. I thought... Great, a piece of equipment for my farm.. I got looking at it and found that it was a heavy duty Buick Rolling Chassis. My best guess is it came from a 1931-33 Hearse or could even be one of a hand full of buses that were built. I need to measure the wheelbase and get a few more photos to get a clearer picture of what it is. Feel free to comment and possibly educate me on what I might have and if it is indeed worth saving. Will have more photos in the next day or two. Some of the features I found interesting! Wire wheels with Buick snap in hubcaps 4 wheel leaf spring suspension and overload springs on rear drive shaft housing interesting front suspension linkage Photo is 1 of the 4 hubcaps on the wire wheels
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