SteveSantorLasVegasNV

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  1. Thank you all for the information. I'm going to attempt to attach a picture. kind of a newbie to this blogging thing.
  2. Hello, I bought this Buick about 3 years ago and are now getting time to restore it. I need help in identifying it. Here is the information from the body tag on the passenger side : 1941 mod 51 Style no 41-4519 Body no C2205 Trim no 903 paint no 579 VIN Tag # 54229445 Any help would be great. Please e-mail any information to: sdsantor@msn.com Thank you
  3. Hello, My name is Steve and I am from Las Vegas Nevada, and I am new to this forum thing. I own a 1941 Buick Super Special 50 series. It was restored and modified. I was not there for the tear down and re-assembly of the interior. I need to know if there are parts and or supports that hold up the radio in the dashboard. I purchased the radio when the car was being restored, however it was fully restored before I actually got the radio. I have looked and made sure it was the correct radio for the car. What I'm needing to know is does the dashboard have supports to bolt to or is there a fire wall support that was taken out that needs to be put back in to support / hold the radio in place, or does it just bolt to the dashboard with the front knob holders. I am aware that the radio runs on 6 volts and the necessary modifications have been made to step down the new 12 volt system that was installed when restoration was made. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I do have some of the manuals but there is no clear drawing of what was there. Thank you