Greg L

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  1. Barn find survivor. 1929 626 2/4 Coupe with rumble seat. Possibly original Packard blue paint. Mostly all original and very complete- missing one side mount spare. The last owner had it since 1970 and it has only seen the light of day a handful of times since then. Amazingly rust free- the bottom of battery box is the only significant rust. Runs and drives- did not test drive on road as the tires are in very bad shape. Has the "Deluxe" package- dual side mount spares, chrome cowl band with drivng lights and luggage rack. $29500- reasonable offers considered. More pics on request. Greg 509-991-6287 greg@euroah.com
  2. Barn find survivor. 1929 626 2/4 Coupe with rumble seat. Possibly original Packard blue paint. Mostly all original and very complete- missing one side mount spare. The last owner had it since 1970 and it has only seen the light of day a handful of times since then. Amazingly rust free- the bottom of battery box is the only significant rust. Runs and drives- did not test drive on road as the tires are in very bad shape. Has the "Deluxe" package- dual side mount spares, chrome cowl band with drivng lights and luggage rack. $29500- reasonable offers considered. More pics on request. Greg 509-991-6287 greg@euroah.com
  3. Hi Jason, If you still have any spare parts, I am looking for a transmission and a headlight switch for a '31 Model 54. Thanks, Greg
  4. Do you have a part number list for a T79-1 trans? I would love to fix mine if possible. I could tear mine down and send pictures of the bad parts if it would help to identify them. Thanks, Greg
  5. Looking for a 1931 Model 54 free wheeling transmission. Also a headlight switch for same. thanks, Greg greg@euroah.com 509-991-6287
  6. It is T79-1. Looks like I posted it in the general discussion forum. Do you know of any? Thanks, Greg
  7. Looking for a good used transmission or parts to fix mine. It is the Warner "free wheeling" 3 spd. from a 1931 Studebaker Model 54 sedan that is pretty easy to identify by the button on top of the shift lever. I believe it was used for several years. Thanks, Greg greg@euroah.com 509-991-6287