Patrick J Reeve

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  1. Good evening. I am extremely thankful of every ones responses and info. I did mean to reply to everyone in this studebaker section and another section that I had posted some questions on. You guys are a great bunch of guys and really make this a fun hobby. Unfortunelatey some family problems have come up this week that requiers more attention than antique cars. But I will be back at it very soon. Again, thanks so much everyone for all your help in the past and present. Patrick
  2. I am not sure it matters but it is a 7 passenger touring. The part number we need is for a right rear fender. Thank you, Patrick
  3. Good evening. We are looking for any one that has a parts book for a 1920 big six. I have tried to get a hold of richard quinn and someone had said he has had health problems. We are looking for the part numbers of the rear fenders. There is a man that has nos right rear fender's off of studebakers but doesn't know what years or models that they came off of and the part numbers are in them. Any help would be really appreciated. Also we are looking for a steering wheel, priming cups and grease(hub caps) for the car . Thank you, Patrick 315-663-1569
  4. Good afternoon. We are needing a starter assembly for a 4 cyl star with the continental engine. Also a gas cap and hand control levers for the spark and throttle. Thank you, Patrick 315-663-1569 susankreeve@yahoo.com
  5. We have a 25 star that is missing the starter assembly. We also need a gas cap. Any help would be appreciated or if you know any one that might have it would also be helpful. Also does any one know if there is another continental motor that takes the same starter. Thank you, Patrick 315-663-1569
  6. Give me a call sometime. I thin k that I can help you. Patrick 315-663-1569
  7. Hi All- I'm the Dad of Patrick. The name I remember of the 1954-55 corvette 6 was 'blue flame 6'. The reason I thought was at that time they all blew blue smoke at 20,000 miles. No detergent oil-bad valve guides; I loved them as the first American affordable sports car. Mike
  8. Restoration specialy has material called nitrophil(spelling?) You can shape it and machine it. It also works great on carb. floats,no problems with ethanol or additives. Patrick
  9. Hough We have an old Bear wheel balancer that has adapters which allows the ability to hand spin the entire wheel, rim and brake drum ( if applicable ) as a unit as it would be driven. We us stick on weight sticks on the back of the rim; wow what a difference it makes. May be you could find one in your area. We also use the balancer as a rotary table to paint and stripe our wheels; the machine allows the wheel to be in the horizontal position for loading the assembly before turning to the vertical position to spin. Google won't allow foe adding balancer to the dictionary guess I better learn how to spell!!!! Patrick
  10. HI - i WOULD BE INTERESTED IN THE WATER TUBE THE TOP OF TE EGIE, ALSO; THE INTAKE ASSEMBLY IF YOU HAVE IT ; CARB? ]lET ME KNOW WHAT(IF) YOU HAVE AD HOW MUCH YOU WOUD WANT. Thaks Patrick
  11. Good morning. I was wondering if anyone had or knew where I could find some of the following parts. Thank you, Patrick 315-663-1569 Upper water manifold, intake and exhaust manifold, heat riser assembly, carb, front windshield window crank, radiator cap mascot, rear trunk lock assembly( model 58), correct style hose clamps, any help would be appreciated.
  12. Good morning I have a 1917 studebaker with a transaxle. The tranny is not out or bad, but I wouldn't mind having some spares aaround. What are you asking for them? Thank you, Patrick 315-663-1569
  13. Hi - If would help find one; our 1928 Cadillac has disc wheels which are probably the same. I don't have an extra but for your information. Patrick
  14. Hi- Call me at 315-663-8861. Mike
  15. Good morning. I might be interested in these for a studebaker we have. If I could get your phone number or give me a call sometime I would appreciate it. Thank you, Patrick 315-663-1569