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  1. Just got my Hot Rod magazine today. An article on racing at the Muroc lake bed back in 1940. See photo of car #17. That is a 337 President eight .
  2. The motor is completely rebuilt with over 4,800 in receipts from rebuild shop in Napa, Ca. Also rebuilt clutch and brake shoes. Car is complete.
  3. photos of completed 41 president coupes.
  4. One of the best looking cars Studebaker ever built. This car has been in the Antique Studebaker club since its founding in 1972. It was sold new in Whittier California and spent its life there until I bought it over 15 years ago. The prior owner had the motor rebuilt, rebuilt clutch and brake shoes. And new wire harness. Receipts scanned. I bought it in the condition you see in photos. I always planned to restore but never did. Studebaker only produced 477 of this model This in body 365. It has some damage by the right tail light. There is a photo of the replacement panel in trunk. It is a solid car worthy of restoration. There are only 8 known survivors. 12,500.00
  5. One of the best looking cars Studebaker ever built. This car has been in the Antique Studebaker club since its founding in 1972. It was sold new in Whittier California and spent its life there until I bought it over 15 years ago. The prior owner had the motor rebuilt, rebuilt clutch and brake shoes. And new wire harness. Receipts scanned. I bought it in the condition you see in photos. I always planned to restore but never did. Studebaker only produced 477 of this model This in body 365. It has some damage by the right tail light. There is a photo of the replacement panel in trunk. It is a solid car worthy of restoration. There are only 8 known survivors. 12500.00
  6. New headlight for sale. 1928 Dictator model GE and 1928 Commander Six model GH (left). Maybe 29. still in box. see photos. 350.00
  7. Very hard to find. Horns are hard to get also. Fords are close but not the same. The attached photo of the blue car has a better view of the brackets. That car is restored and maroon color now, but must have lost the correct brackets in the restoration. Black has the original and correct horns and brackets.
  8. Gary The next time if you want to save the work and expense of the flat cap, just buy a RR100 or DR196 cap where the wires come out the top. It was used on the late production 31 president and then used by delco on GM cars into the late 50s. Readily available for 20 bucks. snaps right on. works great, and cheap.
  9. Gary I also see you used ARP studs. Did you use their sealant? I used studs once and had water seepage at each stud. I went to their website and read how the make the threads. They said to use their sealant when a stud goes into water.
  10. Gary In your close up photo of the dist hole, is that a crack in the head?
  11. Here is another frame serial number. It is a sand blasted bare frame that I took a photo before painting. After prime and paint it would not be seen again. It is located just in front of those 4 rivets on the bottom flange, drivers side.
  12. Here is a photo of the frame number on my 32. His should be in this area if not worn or weathered away.