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  1. NOS brackets with minor pits for sale. No part numbers so I need to figure out what they fit. Anyone know?
  2. I found a bearing with 'shoulders' that measures 2 3/4 and has a 1 1/16 bearing surface. Any ideas what it may be? If I read the chart correctly, his engine needs a bearing only 2 1/2 inches.
  3. So I found all of the mains in STD except for the rear most one with the oddball 185873 part number. I hope that one is easiest to find, since it was common practice to replace it while doing engine work/main seal. I must have over 20 of Comm 6, a dozen V8 and 8 or 9 Champion rear most bearings from old dealer stock. I am running into other old stock bearings while looking for these. Lots of old Champion and Comm 6 in the mix.
  4. Just missed that grille by 10 bucks, but you never know how much more is ' in' a bid. Still looking.
  5. SI used to have the rod bearings, you might inquire. From your picture, it looks like you have the mains? I'm not finding pricing or source for any of these. Are they NLA?
  6. These gears have tiny stamped part numbers on them in the low area between the two smooth parts. . Post the number and you'd be surprised how fast you might find one.
  7. Did this get sorted out? I was thinking that if you do find a different yoke, you could just use an M series shaft or later Commander.... Just look up the shafts in the book for a similar wheelbase, and shaft length. I talked with a member once about 'fixing' his near perfect restored CE and after spending hundreds not once but several times to get the driveshaft restored, he ended up going with something else because the vibrations while driving made him crazy. He was one of the few that would restore something to perfect condition, and then take it driving all over the place. (RIP Jack Merrill ) his CE is in the National museum.
  8. I have 265595 (6G-9G, 14A- 17A ) and it looks the same so I started measuring some others and they look close except for the part (nub) on the end that turns. I used to have these organized until someone dumped them out at a show, looking for something that wasn't in there so I have quite a few oldies and no idea what they fit now.. Some have a flipper/dust cover. Some are just flat. I think if we look some of these were used well into the 1950's 265595- I got .800 from the shoulder, down to the nub on the end, .985 from the face down to the nub. , and .516 from the shoulder, down to the brass spring tab. Also important is the nub on the end, some are round, half round, half rectangle and must match the part down in the well.
  9. Email me the day/ time when you get out near here. We got some good snow, and will get more. Drive safe.
  10. Yes we are getting it driving for Spring. However, it is a 41 Champion 2 door. Nice talking with you the other night.
  11. The metal came apart nicely, the flanges are in good shape and only a couple of bolts broke off. I can ship fenders out to Atlanta around $180 and the side hood panels ship for about $60.. I have the M chassis also, brake drums and parts. Grab some spares! Thanks
  12. Very nice job, thanks for doing this. I have a new to me 41 Champion and the speedometer looks like the M series, but in bad shape so it is hard to tell exactly. . Do you know if the decals for the M are 'close enough' for the 41? It won't be a perfect car, but a decent looking speedometer would be great. I found all new gauges, but no speedometer yet. I am in the process of taking both dashes out and apart for checking everything and to replace switches and to paint the dash itself. I'd order the kit for the M if it is still available and close enough?
  13. I have some on the other coast a little bit less. I guess it all depends on shipping these days. We are also in the middle of moving huge racks of Parts, so there is a bit of a wait. Just like SI.
  14. Thanks for the info on the 28, I hope it helps someone. I'll try to get those M bumper guards off there SAT. I'll call. There are lots of other small parts from 2 trucks not shown. We can take the fenders apart from the side panels and headlights so they are more available. We have more pics if needed. Other parts are NOS: Autolite Dist, upper half 516186 518104 cast .030 rings Champion 39-64 196906 coil for 39 champion, 526233 cam bearings Comm 6, rockne, Dic 6 523056 breaker 517900 Std Main bearings 39-up Champions 529479 OD kick Sw 1941-60 529122 support, pipe, oil filler, 232 eng 665615 seal 2R-2E 197313 bendix drive 39-46 Champion W autolite starter 197519 seal M Trk 521888 bendix dr 47-55 big M Trk - 2R-E 665620 seal cage/felt big M Trk 523090 Vacc Adv A-12A J5 K5 Coupe Express L 5 7C 8C 41 2 Comm 2 ea 517921/922 Odd and even rod for Champion also have full sets choose babbit or insert Bearing type Also timing gears for Champion NOS Dipsticks 3G up to early V8 512582 519408 533209523184 520225 oil drain plug 510080 1928 - 58 Too many suspension parts, tie rods and king pins to list 1934-51 From one of dozens of boxes
  15. I have an old, fake WA State plate that says SO BEND thanks
  16. I have a 1928 ? Frame, suspension engine bell housing and looks like the brakes and linkages for sale. I can read some of the data plate Ser # 1427842 . It has a 6 cyl engine, probably stuck, it has a mechanical Fuel pump, kind of crusty, no carb or intake. $400 for all, Or I can take parts off. I'm close the where the 2019 NW Zone Meet will be in 2019 . M Series Truck : I have rough doors, rust at bottom from a '47 M series truck. I may be able to get the hinges with mirror brackets. The nose is in very good shape, the grille has a few bent bars, I have a spare grille with enough bars to restore it., they just spot weld in place. 2 Center grille stainless mouldings, decent window surrounds, vent pivots not stuck. Decent hood, a few dents, normal tears at the front curve, W/S divide bar, misc new parts, rolling chassis. No Eng. No trans Selling truck parts one or more, or take all.... I have some old late Studebaker parts 1930's , 1940's 1950's NOS parts listed at https://www.studebakerswap.com/swap/swap.php Both are in Ferndale, WA