John

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  1. Removed from a solid car about 45 years ago and stored in the garage since then. Includes glass and all internal parts, power windows/crank vents; also the trim pads for saddle deluxe interior. $500 for the pair, local pickup near Allentown PA. Possible delivery to Philly, DE or MD Baltimore/Eastern Shore. If you require shipping you will need to make all arrangements. Photos coming soon.
  2. Part number/casting number and or manufacturer's logo on the inside?
  3. Anyone recognize this?
  4. I can cross the part number to Victor MS16150, but application does not appear in their catalog from 1978 for Studebaker, Chevy or GMC.
  5. Triangular plastic bottle, similar in style to the glass ones GM used in the 60's, and made by the same company: Adell Mfg. Has lugs molding into one side that would snap into indentations, possibly on the inner fender. About 6-1/2" height. Anyone recognize where used? Better yet, a part number.
  6. Peter, would you please respond with the "official" answers. Also, is a post moved to "hide" still searchable?
  7. Just tried to delete on of my postings and that option is no longer available. Only option is "hide". What exactly is "hide"? How does it differ from the previous option to delete? Why the change?
  8. Mine is long gone, but you might try posting here on the "parts wanted" forum. John
  9. I have a Carter #3665 for 64 Riviera. Message me with a phone number if still looking for one. John
  10. Good guess! Parts book lists it for Pontiac 8, 49-52 and 53 with powerglide.
  11. First set are fronts for 57-64 Ford and Mercury, and 58-60 Edsel.
  12. Yes, has hollow shaft.
  13. American Bearings N-1319 per the box. I've already checked ebay and several bearing cross references with no success. The bearing itself is stamped tt-1171 which crosses to Bower/BCA 2255-18. The cast piece is 4.31" across the ears, 3.35" across the step, 2.05" height and 1.75" ID. The cast piece has what appears to be 1207 and letters E and A. Other bearings this size show used on medium to heavy duty trucks and similar equipment.
  14. Thank you "The55er"---4 for 4, wow!!!
  15. Looks like a match! Thank you!
  16. Has Delco-Remy logo on it
  17. Knob has "Heater Fan" on face
  18. Resistor has "defroster" stamped on it
  19. no brand or part number markings
  20. I've bought cars that were taken apart by prior owner and then sat for years----no documentation, nothing marked, parts missing, parts from other cars mixed in, etc. Would have to be a real sweet deal to go that route again! If you decide to sell, I recommend you put it back together first.