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  1. I bought a bunch and only needed few. This are I believe (NOS). They are 2.5” open all the way. Pm me $20 shipped
  2. I was thinking that but not sure if the welding would be good for radiator pressure πŸ€·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ but I guess I could give them I try.
  3. Not sure what it called. I’m looking for this steel hose for my 35 Buick that connect to the coolant. Is the connection for the heater. Here is some pics of want I’m looking for. If any could help fabricated it would greatly appreciated. Pm if you could. Is 11” long with the 90 degree bent. The small outlet is 3/4 OD and 1 1/2 long and the pipe it self is 1 1/2 OD and 11” long. I don’t have does tools to make one. Thanks Luis
  4. Looking to buy 6 correct style clamps for the radiator hose. 1935 Buick. I have bought a few and lost but I need it for a 2” OD hose with a 1 1/2” ID. Thanks Luis
  5. i just found on this site. I'm looking for some hose clamps for my 35 Buick. https://dcmclassics.com/cooling-system/89-c-195-1-12-hose-clamp.html
  6. yeas is only the base. you have a picture of your 35 Buick?
  7. (34-35 Trunk Latch) for trunk latch like this one. I found it at bobsautomobilia but looking original latch Thanks Luis
  8. it is one the best I've got my car up and running before from this forum. I learned a lot from this forum about my car. you gave lots of in formation. I do have a service manual I've used it to fix some electrical issues and mechanical. I found a decent radiator on ebay but the seller won't ship and looks little over my budget. oh and my head lights are multi beam and about 8" they work just have to fix the ground again.
  9. Do you the name of the shop? i live only 2 hr away not to far. i could drive up there with my radiator and see what can they do. thanks for the reply. Im so anxious to ket her running right. I've being trying to fix my over heating problem and this is my last thing to do. Also send my pics of that radiator you have? thanks much appreciate
  10. im going to call around. I don't mind shipping it out to where ever it needs to go. to get the best repair. Thanks for the replys. i will let you know thanks Luis. BTW you got some nice cars i hope to get a older buick soon πŸ˜€ if my wife let me lol. TTYL
  11. Thanks for the reply. i live in Fort Myers Florida. So it would be best to get it fixed?
  12. hi looking to buy a radiator for my 1935 buick S40 that in good shape. I had lead here but went cold. i took the radiator of my buick and is cracked on top not sure if is savable. Thanks Luis
  13. WTB: Im looking for a radiator for my 1935 Buick Series 40. Any leads where i could locate one will be much appreciated. I live in fort Myers FL area i looked online and other places but no luck. I thought maybe some here has one laying around i hope. mine hold no pressure and leaks and i believe has a lot of gunk i the bottom of it. Or maybe get it restored not sure. Thanks Luis
  14. wow i wish it was here in illinois i would bought it,
  15. I finally got my buick running again (yes!!!!). So i worked on it for a while more like a year (back burner) lol. It was overheating so i change the spark plugs, wires, belt, ignition coil, cap rotor. I found a NOS water jacket cover that i needed because original one had a hole in the back. Cleaned out a lot of gunk inside the passages where jacket cover was. Took down the oil pan as well remove old oil gunk. i installed a thermostat that it didn't have once i remove the thermostat housing. installed New hoses flushed out radiator. Im still running hot temperatures reaching close to 212f. This was while driving in the streets around the block about 20min. Anyone know a solution to keep it lower? or this buick just run hot. Thanks in advance
  16. Do you have a idea what it should be? the posh rod cover is 5Lb of torque i think that should be enough?
  17. hi, everyone. I was able to find a water jacket cover NOS part. my car up and running again (yes!!!). My question is what are the torque specs for the bolts on the water jacket cover? also on the thermostat housing? thanks or if anyone have a link to all the torque specs for the engine would be greatly appreciate. i found one but not to much torque specs on it .