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About 31Buick80

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    Central New York / Florida (Snowbird)
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  1. Fuel pump for 1930-1931 Series 40, Series 60 (?) motor. I am not sure which engine this will fit but the casting numbers should help narrow it down. It may fit many models. The pump casting is in good shape and the ears for the bolts are solid. It does need cleaning and probably rebuilding, but overall in pretty good condition. $150 plus shipping by Priority Mail in the US. I do not have the push rod.
  2. The distance between the center of the holes is 2-5/8 inches. A number cast into the edge over the lip of the glass bowl is 855162. The number on the bottom piece is 855228. It is a Model B pump which is stamped on the side of the lower piece. Please understand I am leaving in the morning for Florida for several months. If you think you would like the pump I can take it with me and send to you from there. Let me know within 12 hours, otherwise it will sit in New York until I return in late May of 2020. Thanks.
  3. Sending 3 pictures of the fuel pump I have with me. Note the unique actuation lever used with the pushrod for the particular model year. I would like $150 for this pump.
  4. I still the one good pump for the 1930/31 motor. Do not have a push rod. I may have all the other pieces somewhere. I have relocated some of my garage and the rest will be moved next spring and I can find the other parts. I had the good pump in my hands yesterday and can send you a picture.
  5. Yes, I do still have these. Just have to find them. I'll have to look here in Florida and if I didn't bring one fuel pump with me they are all in New York. It will be mid-April when I return to my garage there and can lay my hands on them. John
  6. Dave, I also have a starting hand crank, plus the headlight socket connectors, etc. you are looking for. John
  7. I also have a spare wheel/tire carrier and gas tank sheet metal cover from a 1931 model 8-67. I believe they are the same. Pictures are available so just send me a PM. I have no need for them so glad to pass them along for a very low price. Thanks, John
  8. Try LeBaron Bonney Company, Amesbury, MA. Website.
  9. It is also the same as the front bumper on my 1931 model 8-67. Used on several different models I believe.
  10. I will say that I probably have the shackle in my garage in New York, but currently I am in Florida and will be here for about three more months. If you are not in a hurry, send me a note at j.opp47@yahoo.com in mid April and I will let you know. Also, there is a small foundry in my home town up there and they can cast replicas in iron and do small piece parts for me on a regular basis. So if I don't have one it can certainly be made for you.
  11. Found wheels. Don't need any more. It is a model 8-91. Thanks.
  12. A chassis for a 1930 model 40 sedan, with the front steering, brakes, wood wheels, rear end, and also the engine from the car. Frame is solid as can be, no rot or holes. Includes brackets for running boards, etc. The motor is on its side and is basically the block with valve cover and the rear support which has a crack. All for $250. Located in central New York about 3 hours above Hershey.
  13. Looking for two wood artillery wheels for side mount on 1931 Buick. 6 lugs. Hershey perhaps??
  14. Found some more pieces and have a complete AC fuel pump for a 1930 Model 40 (I believe) 6 cylinder. It is shown in the first three photos. Not sure if the other models in 1930 used this same pump or if a different design was used. This pump is activated by a push rod in the engine out to the pump. I have also shown another pump in the next three photos that is a straight through flow, and it has the same attachment base with one ear broken. It could be rebuilt using the other base for engines where the lever arm rides on the cam, or where the push mechanism can be changed with the lever if the mounting holes line up on your engine. Each one will need to be rebuilt as their history is unknown to me. 607-349-5889