Cornelius Brudi

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  1. Hi, sorry this took so long. My father passed away, sadly. If the trim is still available, let me know your PayPal address, and I’ll send you the money. regards, Cornelius
  2. Hello, Thank you very kindly. Unfortunately my father passed away. I am helping my mother with the funeral arrangements here in Germany, and will contact you when I am back in Tacoma. I very much appreciate your patience, thank you! Regards, Cornelius
  3. Hello, I have to profoundly apologize, I haven’t been able to send you money yet. I am going back and forth to Germany because my father is very ill. Is it possible to pay you with PayPal? I can do that from my phone. Regards, Cornelius Brudi
  4. Hi, I apologize (again), I haven’t wired the money yet - but I will do this by Wednesday.
  5. Hi, yes. I apologize, I am about to complete my where semester where I teach. I will send you a cashier’s check this week.
  6. Yes, that’s a good idea. Please ship it to me then: Cornelius Brudi 1210 Palm Drive Fircrest, WA 98466 Thank You, Cornelius
  7. Wonderful. That’s a good bargain indeed. would it be possible to ship the item to Germany via United States Postal Service? Of course I’ll pay shipping. If that is a possibility, my parent’s address is: Christoph & Heide Brudi Sankt Martin Str. 24 Vaihingen/Enz 71665 Germany Also, if sending it to Germany, please make sure to not over-value the item, as German customs will make us pay big $ to import the part. I live in Tacoma, Wa., and will pay you from within the US.
  8. Xander, Please let me know price and how I can purchase the trim (Paypal, money order, etc.). Thank You!
  9. Thank you everybody for your feedback. Most of your comments address issues we already checked. Carb rebuilt twice because the carburetor repair shop that rebuild ours used faulty parts, and it ran worse afterwards. I suspect rings as well, as mentioned by one of you, and I think these can be purchased from Egge, unless you have other or better suggestions. Will check the timing chain - good idea. Thank you all again for your advice!
  10. Hello, Our 47 Super Six has its original engine, and many parts have been overhauled. Recent repairs include the distributor, as well as grinding the manifold so that it sits perfectly flat on the engine block & gasket. Carburator was rebuilt twice, and we installed an electric fuel pump. Still, the car runs at approximately 3/4 of its original power. Without seeing and testing this engine yourself, I understand it is difficult to analyze - but I’m asking anyway: does anyone have an idea what might cause the car to perform sluggish, and crawl hills in second gear? Thank you in advance for your suggestions. Cornelius
  11. This is our car, btw. Located near Stuttgart, Germany.
  12. Too bad, thank you anyway. I think for now, this is all. Thank you. let me know how much. cornelius
  13. Ohhhhh boy, this is wonderful. Thank you! other parts: currently looking for the “Hudson” chrome name plate on the left side (driver’s side) of the hood.
  14. Hello, it is the one on the passenger side, so, I think that’s the right side. Please let me know the price, and how I can pay you (Paypal, money order, etc). Thank you very much indeed. There may be one or two additional parts that I need and I will send another mail about that later.
  15. Hello, looking for the trim piece that starts behind the rear passenger door and curves down towards the taillight. This is for a 1947 Hudson Super Six (4door). Any luck? also: I need to replace the speedometer cable and cable housing. The car is manual transmission, and the smallest of the six cylinder engines. Do you know by any chance if there are compatible cables, or where to find a replacement? Thank You, Cornelius Brudi