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Dj59

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  1. I have a buddy close to my age (27) that has caught the bug from being around all my fathers cars! If car checks out the hobby will continue on to our generation! Will keep you in the loop.
  2. Are there any mechanical adjustments to the brush linkage?
  3. Thanks Brian. I will do some digging tonight. I do know my amp gauge is not hooked up correctly and I have something else going on with my light switch. I’m thinking I need to go through all the wiring before I dig much deeper.
  4. Thanks terry it has a few issues that need ironed out but aside from that it should end up being a very nice driver.
  5. That makes sense. As I feel I may have an issue with my switch anyway. When lights are turned on the circuit breaker buzzes. I’m getting the idea I may need to go through the wiring. The car is done extremely nice but has always been a show car so it has a few bugs to work out. Thanks for the info!
  6. We just recently acquired a 23 6-48 coupe. And have had a 22 6-54 roadster for a couple years. The 22 when the ignition is turned on you can hear the started generator motoring before you start the car, as you can on our 24 Cadillac. But the 23 coupe it does not motor when ignition is on and doesn’t appear to be charging. Starts the car fine. Any ideas before I dig into it? Pictures of both cars attached.
  7. Thanks to @Peter Gariepy for putting the thread up. Hopefully their will be some good activity to keep it alive. So for starters here is our 1929 Windsor White prince 8-92. We pulled the car home back in the winter of this year. Had been stored away for some time. Went through the brakes, fuel system, packed water pump etc. and now it’s back on the road. Have been taking small trips local to shake out any possible bugs it may still have from sitting for so long but after roughly 50 miles I think it’s ready to go mechanically. The 4spd trans and hydraulic brakes make it a real pleasure to drive!
  8. For sure early studebaker. I’m in need for some parts to get a car running. Please let me know if these parts are available.
  9. No sir not Brian. Thanks it does seem to be a really great car. Pretty excited about it.
  10. The Stutz was bought local to us and haven’t gotten around to it yet. Runs great just needs to be done. It’s getting closer in the list!
  11. Over the weekend I picked up a 1930 Windsor white prince 8-92. I know this car is not currently accepted by CCCA. The car meets or exceeds the criteria in my opinion. 88hp 8cyl Warner hiflex 4sp transmission etc. the Windsors brother, the Ruxton is considered ccca. Would anyone know the easiest/best route to apply for this car to be accepted?
  12. I’m in beavercreek. Interested. What does it take to own it.
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