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  1. I've posted in VCCA and other forums as well. Looking for p/n 328659 low speed gear for countershaft (cluster gear) for my 1929 Chevrolet transmission. Same low speed gear was used from mid 1925 to 1931. The gear has 18 teeth and measures 2 3/4" diameter and 1 1/2" long. Attached are pages from 4 cyl and 6 cyl part books for ID. Thanks in advance.
  2. Thanks, I will try to contact. I have it ready for a new gear if I can find one.
  3. Looking for a GM part number 328659 Low Speed Countershaft (Cluster) gear for 1920s and 1930s Pontiac and Chevrolet. Chev used in all three speed transmissions from mid1925 to 1931. Pontiac used in some years around 1929. Gear measures 2 3/4" diameter and 1 1/2" long with 18 teeth. I've attached pictures of the pages from Chevrolet 4 and 6 cyl parts books for reference.
  4. I have a couple of front brake lining sets for 1928 Pontiac (also fit 1928-29 Chev). These are NORS. $60 US per set plus shipping.
  5. I'm not aware of any stickers used on this seat? Nothing was on the original and as it is covered with mohair no sticker would stay on it? Anyway if you provide a picture of what you have I will certainly look at it. Regards
  6. Only three left and no more will be made.
  7. To update I have three pieces remaining. I only had a small batch made to get the ones I needed so I won't be getting any more done.
  8. Took some doing but I finished the front seat frame assembly for my 1929 Chevrolet Sedan.
  9. I needed three but had to get 10 done for the price break. I have six extra available if anyone needs to replace their corroded, damaged or missing plate. These were nailed to the floor sill by the front seat on the passenger side. Used on all GM Canada production from at least 1929 to 1931. I have been informed that the Regina plant opened in 1928 so expect this is suitable for 1928 at the earliest. I believe was used later but have not confirmed yet ( haven't seen an actual plate from later years). $120 US plus shipping cost.
  10. I had a small batch of these made for my own cars. Used on all Canadian production from 1928 (the Regina plant opened that year I believe) to at least 1932. I have confirmed used from 1929 to 31 inclusive. Haven't seen outside that window yet. The couple of extras I have are selling at $120 US each plus cost to ship.
  11. I had a small batch of these made for my own cars. Used on all Canadian production from about 1928 (I believe the Regina plant opened in 1928) to at least 1932. I have confirmed used from 1929 to 31 inclusive. Haven't seen outside that window yet. The couple of extras I have are selling at $120 US each plus cost to ship.
  12. I have a few extra new ones available from a batch I had made for my Canadian built Chevrolets. I expect these were used on all GM Canada production. Acid etched on brass like original (picture shows original used to reproduce).
  13. The location you mention makes more sense. My sill was powder so exact location could not be determined. Could you post a picture showing it's location on your Pontiac? Regards.