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  1. The far left was a choke cable, to the right i have no idea.. it does have a 4 position (2on/2off) and yes they are to the left of the column.. I believe the 2 empty holes are where the column was.
  2. If anyone needs anything let me know what you want to pay for it if the price is not already posted. Allot of this stuff is going to the trash soon, some of it already has.
  3. Had several weak scammer attempts message me on this, bumping for the needle in a haystack.
  4. Adding to this resurrection, if my wife had not needed an operation early this year I would be the proud owner of this '42 Champion.. dude had it listed for $1250 in SoCal
  5. Front leaf springs $10 +shipping, and misc. spring perch/shackles/frame brackets make offer on 1 or all.
  6. Complete rear axle, free come pick it up in Gilbert, AZ.. if you want me to pull parts off it and ship them make an offer (labor not free) apologies but this is the only photo available. Will take additional photos for .25 cents each (I kid, I kid!)
  7. Battery box in decent shape could easily be put back in service with very few swings from the almighty hammer. $10 +shipping. Photo taken prior to removal, I will take new photos by request.
  8. Brake cables $10 +shipping, disregard the rectangular blank plate but will toss it in for no extra charge.
  9. This one im probably being a little too generous on, im sure the odds of finding these gems are slim to none.. closer to none. One side only spotlight glass, both pieces the clear beehive and red faceted plus pictured hardware. $50 +shipping.
  10. Next up is the cluster in rough shape, broken glass, I also have the wood it attached too I'll throw in free with the cluster but im sure will raise shipping costs. Cluster is $50 +shipping. Pardon the measurements photos, I took these at the request of someone on ebay.
  11. Tried going auction style on eBay, 2 of the 4 items I listed sold ($5🤣) so I'm listing some stuff up here. First up is some brake parts, all but the actuator arm bracket (missing actuator) is from the passenger side. Even has the woodruff key for what I'm assuming is the shoe adjuster, these parts are free, recipient pays shipping. Here are some photos
  12. I've heard of the evaporust, I'll keep it in mind I usually have stuff dustless blasted or wire wheel my stuff thanks for the replies!
  13. Decided I'd clean out the old steering gear which was seized up, loaded it with half a can of PB blaster and let it sit over night.. after that it was spinning freely. Opened it up and found 1 ball bearing inside the mucky oil, any idea if that was supposed to be in there or traveled from somewhere else? The 2 small 'half' gears are still seized up, was this some sort of powersteering?
  14. Front emblem looks a little 'sloppy' imo, looks like he had it for sale back in 2017 for 99,000 pounds. https://forum.studebakerdriversclub.com/forum/your-studebaker-forum/tech-talk/105629-sell-1932-studebaker-commander-series-eight-regal-coupe https://classicmoto.rs/auto/studebaker-commander-1932-715GzH.html
  15. Hood I'm not getting rid of, headlight bar brackets sadly were welded to the fenders.. I will be removing them with the fenders in mind, brackets probably will be okay but definitely going to be missing atleast a little meat. The rest of your list I do not have otherwise I would gladly sell it.
  16. Looking for a drivers front or passenger rear (same) measures approx 18 1/4 x 25 1/4 and should look exactly like the good one I have pictured.
  17. I've gotten just about everything dismantled, an impact screwdriver really came in handy.
  18. Pretty sure he's near Broken Bow, NE.. I recall seeing a '28 Dodge missing the rear drivers door on FB market.
  19. Not to thread jack but would you happen to have a '27 Standard Six drivers sash? Measures 25 1/4 x 18 3/8 looks exactly like the photo
  20. Didn't see anyone mention it, the "big brother" sold for over 1mil
  21. I've got 4 boys, couldn't imagine what you're going through! Sweet IH, I say replace the wood with steel. My first build was a '73 Travelall its sitting on a '97 Dodge 4x4 2500 chassis, I was trying to get a '58 Travelall for my 14yr old but the owner wasn't budging on letting it go.
  22. Absolutely beautiful car, more details on this beater FWD you would trade for?
  23. Speed & Sport Chrome in Texas is who was recommended for doing pot metal, I was also told he has a very quick turn around time.
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