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  1. Hi Does it have power windows? If so I need the rear regulators. thank you steve
  2. Thank you for the replies. Not sure what would have been correct on the 55 Buick, I looked through literature and nothing is mentioned. Anyone know where to look to see when serrated belts were introduced? Also I have looked high and low and cannot find non serrated belts for the 55. Any ideas? Thank You
  3. Hi Guys I saw this bleeder system Gunson Eezi Bleed, where it pressurizes the brake cylinder reservoir and forces the fluid out. Not sure how this would work on our Buicks either. Any thoughts? Thanks Steve
  4. Hi Willie I bought this one a few weeks back at Auto zone, it is an STP filter, Made in USA and has the old AC part number P122. Hope this helps. Steve
  5. Hello All The Skylark hinges in 1953 are painted black as are the springs. The hinges through 1955 are painted black, but the spring vary in color, the small series cars have black springs and the large series cars have red springs. 1956 was the first year for Cadmium I, which is the silver cadmium (not Zinc or galvanized) hinges through 1958. Starting in 1959 some are Cadmium I and some are Cadmium II (yellow goldish color). Hope this helps. Steve
  6. Thank you for the replies. My main concern is regarding the serrated belt versus a standard belt. In the Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) judging the serrated belt is allowed and no deductions are taken as they were available when the cars were new, however the modern marking may be a deduction. As Bill mentioned the markings can be removed. This would be on a 1955 Buick. Thank you for the help. Steve
  7. Hello I looked through the judging manual, but did not see any specific info on the engine belts. Does anyone have any info on the belts? Thank You Steve
  8. Hi Pete Lance is correct, this is the convertible top cover in the lower back where the top cylinder connects to the top frame, attached with #8x3/8" long screws. Hope this helps. Steve
  9. $17,600 with commission, it would be cheaper to buy one done, but this would be a great fun project.
  10. According to the body tag shown in the auction this car was originally Lido Green (code 16) with a green two tone interior (code 66). That is a much better striking color combination.
  11. Hi Reg I can help you with the cigar lighter knob and the horn ring as far as the parts. I can send you a picture of the rear view mirror bracket and mirror. I just had mine replated so it is still out of the car unfortunately it is a convertible only piece. I'll email you some pics tonight. Thanks Steve
  12. Hello Has anyone purchased a new Walker Radiator? They manufacture brand new copper radiators and I want to get one for my 1939 Buick. I just want to see if anyone has any feedback. My biggest concern is that it may not fit properly. Thank You Steve
  13. Hi Marv How long ago was it rebuilt? I need one for my Roadmaster. Are you sure sure it is for the larger cars? thanks steve
  14. Hello Everyone the search goes on, please let me know if you have one. thanks