Joe Block

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  1. Post the carburetor in the buy sell Buick section. Did find the number it a Strongberg 2 barrel slight under 1-7/16 bore.
  2. I have "what i was told is Buick Carb" I bought for my 42 packard. it has a different starter switch. I looks like the accelerator pump rod might be missing, see picture, I have not disassembled it it maybe inside and just dis connect Looking at $100 plus shipping. Slighter under 1 7/16 inch bores. I turn all the picture corretly but the upload seem to rotate back to orginal sorry.
  3. i have single 2 barrel buick carb with starter switch built in to it. it a spare for my 42 but would like 100 for it. i will get a picture for you guys.
  4. nice setup for the price. i paid a little more for mine close $500 plus shipping. i like to see find a good home. i take a look at the exhaust. no broken ears. where do they typically crack. i like the air intake cleaner. sweet design
  5. Please ask any questions, I rather sell on AACA than Ebay. save you/me the 10% commission fee. I have store on ebay so I can go that route too, I rather give a few weeks here. Joe Block private mail for email and phone.
  6. For serious buyer I can uncrate and buff up the manifold some and wire brush the air cleaner.
  7. the overall length is 31.5 inch, what included is intake and exhaust, 2 carburetors, and a un-dented /straight air cleaner and small 4 inch bracket, probably for air cleaner, the aircleaner holder rod. . there are the exhaust flanges and mating pieces for the wye pipe exhaust. and a rotted exhaust pipe which will service as template to make a correct wye pipe exhaust.
  8. bought for my packard . won't fit. i also comes the pieces for twin exhaust. joeblock
  9. I lost my editor link to the Fort Vancouver Rose City Website. Can the gentlemen that help me set up send my the information again. Your help much appreciated http://fvrcr.aaca.com/ Joe Block.
  10. great read on June Day with no show going until maybe July 23
  11. any friday activities is a judge breakfast saturday. travel pl ans are very fluid. look like flight to hassisburg llen town changed to bus from chicago on united
  12. What the latest date to register for judging at the Gran National. I assume it still July 2nd as shown in the brouchure.
  13. July 23-25 is still nearly 8 week away. Hopefully, Penn State will be in opening phases by then. those if their Governor like my homestate of Washington, it is not slow going. Our Governor is really conservative on this subject, almost as extreme as his environmental position about blowing up federal dams on all the rivers that feel Pudget Sound so the Orca Whale will have more salmon to eat.
  14. answer the Vendor survey, Didn't see the other. Joe Block
  15. I have agree with Mark McAlpine. When I was Region President in the Pacific Northwest, We worked hard to organize a National Meet; covering cost, meeting hotel-motel guarantees for minimum occupancy and banquet attendees is real financial challenge for regions.
  16. might make this and then go to Hershey. i hope. Wife sister and borther n law are planning for the Rider Cup and Nigra fall around end of Sept.
  17. waiting on flights. I have several flight credits now from canceled Nationals
  18. yes nice price for nice truck. Dad had a least 6 corsairs that I remember. the last being his Rampside. RIP for our fathers
  19. I have a 1942 seven passenger sedan that need a front clip. Without wheel wells is OK, I have the shining stuff, and part of the hood, without hood is OK too. I locat in Washington State near to Portland Oregon than Seattle.
  20. nice job Marty, I didn't know you had a Corvair. My Dad had a dozen different Corvairs model. He bought the first one the year they came out, then a second generation after the first generation rear end lock up and he wrecked it. convertibles and others. Dad last Corvair was a Rampside. When he past i took the Harley Davidson, and my brother the Rampside. Unknown to me my brother sold when time were hard for him. I am still looking for a nice HPOF or nice driver Rampside Corvair 95 truck. There was one up in Seattle that fit the bill but it when off the market after offered him about 2/3 of the asking price. Unfortunately my only contact through craigslist a few years back
  21. Is this truck still available. it close to the one my father had.
  22. taking the direct flight. Probably over my wife's objections. We see when rhe time comes