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  1. The 1972 Buick Chassis manual shows group # 6.233 part # 7809284 fits 1966 Wildcat, Electra, and Riviera, (also fits 1969-1970 E-body Riviera), and (1965 Wildcat and Electra,) and 1967 Wildcat, Electra, and Riviera. ALSO "CARS" Buick parts in New Jersey has aftermarket tie rod end available. I hope this helps you. Bob
  2. Jolly_John The 1940-1972 (Feb 1972 Edition) Buick parts manual lists 1- valve for NON a/c Riviera and another one for A/C Riviera. I hope this helps you. Bob
  3. The PPG code is 13357, for paint code 6 Bright Blue Poly, this information is from American Automobile Paint Code interchange manual, I hope this helps. Bob
  4. Rock auto does not have one for car with traction control, but I will contact oemcats Thank You Bob
  5. Need rear wheel speed sensor with traction control part #10456535 fits rear left or right 1998 thru 2020 TransAm and Camero call Bob at 815-two63-69two3 and leave message. Thank You Bob
  6. In need of rear wheel speed sensor with traction control part # 10456535 fits rear left or right 1998 thru 2002 TransAm and Camero, please call Bob 815-two63-69two3 and leave message. Thank You Bob
  7. Stevemo, I have a Snap-On steering wheel puller set # CG-60-E from the early 1950's like yours, the three grooved adaptors (CG67-7) are used with the small steering wheel puller, are used on Buick steering wheels 1939 thru 1954, 3 slots in steering wheel, after horn button removed, the 3 legs of the puller go into the slots and then twist and lock into steering wheel for removal. If you have any questions or need photo of a Buick's steering wheel, let me know. Bob
  8. Bill, Nice job on car, looks great, I also like the garage car is going into. Bob
  9. I also purchased a scroll compressor at Eastwood at the store in Alsip, IL. I was at the store and a worker using a DA sander on a fender in the classroom/shop and the DA was louder than the compressor, they were going to be at a swap meet in Rockford, IL. Received a great price and I picked it up at the store after they returned. It is very quiet, BUT slight hissing noise for about 2 to 3 minutes after it cycles off, no harm, just annoying. I mainly use 3/8", 1/2",and 3/4" impacts, air chisels, small cut off tools and works great for me. I could never get crankshaft bolt off a Honda or Acura so I could replace the timing belt, I used to take the car to work to loosen bolt, now I just roll my quiet scroll compressor to the front of the car, and able to remove crankshaft bolt at home and complete replacing timing belt operation. I spent a little more than I had planned on, but I found a credit card with 0% interest for 15 months, all worked out great for me. Bob
  10. A Buick club member had his 1938 Buick torque tube shortened by a local engine machine shop, hope this helps. Bob
  11. plymouthcranbrook, Accurate electric motor and pump 6955 W 111th St. Worth, Il 60482 phone (708) 448-2792, repaired several table saw motors for me and did a great job, hope this helps. Bob
  12. Jolly-John Thanks for the reply and photo, I will keep my eye out now that I see what I am looking for. I hope you are doing well. Stay Safe Bob
  13. Close to my house is a 1957 Estate wagon that a friend of mine was going to buy, I went with him to look at it, the front bumper and grille with emblem was in good shape, the rear bumper ends and upper and lower tailgate looked good (and rear side glass) , BUT there was NO roof, previous owner cut roof off to use making his tool shed. The seller changed mind and declined to sell car. Bob
  14. Jolly_John, Any information on the self shifting transmission in this manual? Thanks Bob
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