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  1. Hi, do you have those diagrams?. I am restoring a 1926 T6 and the clutch is a difficult theme. Thank you.
  2. Thank you Mr. Shaw. I sent an email. I´m waiting.
  3. I´m working in my 1930 Buick serie 44 where someone replaced its AC fuel pump for a Stewart system. I´m looking for the #855401 AC model that, I have read in this site, is the correct for this car. I need the push rod too. The AC repair kit for 855400 and 855401 was R-79. It´s a type B fuel pump. Thank you for your help.
  4. It was only a question. Sorry if I bothered you. I did not know I was disturbing. Thank you for your advice. Sergio Derossi
  5. Hi. I am looking for a 1930 Buick serie 40 fuel pump and its push rod. Thank you for your help.
  6. Hi. Anyone has the push rod for this fuel pump? Thank you
  7. Hi Bill, I think that after three years you could solve your doubts. I am searching for a 1925-6 REO distributor housing for my car. I post a picture to clarify it. If anyone can help me I will be very grateful. Thank you very much from Argentina!
  8. Hi, do you have contacts for 1926 REO (North East)?. I need the distributor housing too (mine is broken). Thank you very much!
  9. Hi, I´m looking for the hubcaps for this model. Thank you for your help!
  10. Hi, do you have any part of the steering wheel controls?, hubcaps for this model?, fuel gauge?, thank you!
  11. Hi!, do you have the fuel gauge yet? I need the bakelite parts of the steering wheel controls too. Thank you very much!!
  12. Can anyone tell me Bob Sheppard´s email?, Thank you!
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