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  1. Two antique solid brass grab handles. These are rugged and would be a nice fit for vintage fire equipment. They need a good polishing to bring out the brass shine. Marked CW or WC. $40 for the pair plus USPS shipping. PM with any questions or if interested. Thanks, Dan .
  2. AC - PCV Tester in original metal box. Box is in decent condition as can be seen in the photos below and displays nicely. Probably from the mid-1960's to early 70's. The kit comes with the original instructions. It appears to be missing the rubber plug (CT-12) for the dip stick tube and a special plug (CT-11) for GMC V-6 and V-12 engines. Actual working condition is unknown. Price is $30 plus $15 for USPS Priority Mail in USA. PM me with any questions. Dan
  3. Not mine: https://nh.craigslist.org/pts/d/claremont-289ci-studebaker-straight-six/7114381290.html 1924 Studebaker Special Six engine. For parts or rebuilding. Comes with extra parts, vacuum fuel pump, running board kick plates, etc. Asking price is $250. Somebody should jump on it. Map shows it near Claremont, NH.
  4. For Sale: From an old dealership, likely from the 1950/60's, Fire/Police red plastic beacon dome lens (bubble top). This is a new old stock (NOS) item that has been stored inside out of sunlight(no cracking or crazing), but has some scratches and scuffing (shelfware) from being in storage all these years. Outside Diameter (OD) = 8-3/8" Inside Diameter (ID) = 7-7/16" (approximate) Height = 6" (approximate) Price is $30 plus USPS Shipping. PM for details or with any question s.
  5. For Sale: From an old dealership, likely from the 1950/60's, red plastic beacon dome lens (bubble top). This is a new old stock (NOS) item that has been stored inside out of sunlight(no cracking or crazing), but has some scratches and scuffing (shelfware) from being in storage all these years. Outside Diameter (OD) = 8-3/8" Inside Diameter (ID) = 7-7/16" (approximate) Height = 6" (approximate) Price is $30 plus USPS Shipping. PM for details or with any questions.
  6. For Sale: 4 NORS Dorman 690-034 pilot bushings, used when converting from automatic to manual transmissions (1950-1967). Inside Diameter (ID) = .592 Outside Diameter (OD) =1.060 Go to the Dorman site to check application: https://www.dormanproducts.com/p-18310-690-034.aspx These are made in USA. Price is $20 for all 4, plus USPS shipping. Send a PM if interested.
  7. Looks like a 1928, no tool/battery box in the front fender. I owned one just like it. It was my first car, I paid $400 in 1973 and sold it for $2500 in 1985. To this day I don't regret selling it, it was not an impressive car.
  8. For Sale: Used brass gasoline shut off valve from late teens thru 1920's. Handle turns with light resistance indicating tight fit. If needed these can be tightened up by disassembling and honing the mating surfaces with a light lapping compound. Price is $20 plus USPS Priority Mail shipping. PM if interested or with any questions. Dan
  9. Patrick, Ed said he would take them, but if that doesn't work out I'll let you know. Dan
  10. Ed, I'll send you an email about the vacuum tanks. Dan
  11. Yes, the Commander Land Cruiser was top of the line, the four door body was lengthened by 4 or 5 inches over the regular sedans to create additional leg room for rear passengers and vent windows were added to the wider rear doors. Nice cars.
  12. For Sale: Seven (7) Stewart-Warner Vacuum tanks in various shapes and sizes. Some have dents and nicks and one has a cracked inlet casting (however good for parts; brass float, tank, etc.). Keep in mind these are nearly 100 years old. Tanks have been sold, thanks.
  13. For Sale: 1939-1940 Studebaker Champion dash grill - NOS, a few tiny pits (barely noticeable) from being in storage for 80 years, otherwise in great condition. Price is $45 plus $8.50 USPS Priority shipping in USA. Send a PM if interested or with any questions.
  14. Studebaker's of this vintage are good cars, but not nearly as popular as the "bullet nose" version that came out in 1950. Unfortunately the market reflects that today.