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  1. Hi, I sent you a private message regarding the E and J lights Ken
  2. Dan, I will try to look those items up in Flint regarding the Kissel autos. Anyone who appreciates these autos plan on attending the Old Car Festival September 11 and 12 in Dearborn, Michigan at the Greenfield Village. There are 10 of the Kissel Speedsters registered to attend! I will be bringing mine!
  3. Here are a few more pics of the 1930 Buick Coupe
  4. Here are a few pics of the 1930 Buick Sport Coupe. Ken
  5. Here are a few pics of the 1930 Sport Coupe. Ken
  6. Thanks for the comments! It is a great car and wears the accessories well! Ken
  7. I have decided to sell my restored 1930 Buick series 60 Sport Coupe on eBay. Here is the item # to the car and details if interested. Placed on 5/24/10 It is eBay item # 170490748839
  8. I have decided to sell my restored 1930 Buick series 60 Sport Coupe on eBay. Here is the item # to the car and details if interested. Placed on 5/24/10 It is eBay item # 170490748839
  9. I have decided to sell my restored 1930 Buick series 60 Sport Coupe on eBay. Here is the item # to the car and details if interested. Placed on 5/24/10 It is eBay item # 170490748839
  10. Hello, The 29 series were bolted and the 30 series were welded.
  11. Juergen, Although restored and not in survivor condition, here is a link to some pics of my 1930 64c . It drives very comfortably. The one picture is of the 64c next to my 1929 54cc. How did the drive go with your Buick? You have probably already visited the website ( 1929buick.com ) these pics are on, but look around. There are about 4500 pages including manuals pics and a few videos- mostly 29 but all this era are welcome to contribute. Send some pics to the site ( you can put larger files on the site). Ken www.1929buick.com Photos :: Ken MacKinnon
  12. Roland, These people have been great to work with and likely have forged blanks on the shelf. I have used them for a Kissel and the pistons and fitted pins were perfect. http://www.ariaspistons.com/custompistons.html Aren't you selling your 29 Buick?? Ken
  13. Hello Kissel_Daughter, I sent you a private message regarding contact info and would be happy to talk to you about the Kissel. Ken
  14. The top pic is a 1927 Kissel 8-75 "Goldbug" speedster. The additional pic confirms the fact it is fitted with a Lycoming 8 cylinder engine- although perched quite awkwardly in the chassis! The chassis has the rubber mounted springs and the WB is 132 inches- longer than the 6 cylinder and 8-65 models. The wheels are the Buffalo B5 wires, prior years were the Houk wires.The radiator has the off center Kissel badge.The tail light is typically thought to be on later 1927 cars. What year were these taken? Where is it now?????...... Ken
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