J. Kayser

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  1. I am looking for a distributor cap for a 1926 Big Six. Distributor is a Remy 626S with serial number 14017. Measurement across inside of cap that slips over distributor is 3 1/4", from contact to contact is 2 1/4" and from bottom of cap to center pin, with pin depressed is 1 7/32" or 1 1/4". There are no other numbers or marking on cap other than small Remy. Thanks for any help. office phone (509) 765-7848 home phone (509) 765-5250 J. Kayser
  2. What are the correct spark plugs used (original brand and plug number)for the 1926 Big Six? Is there a cross reference chart available showing different brands that would work? Thanks for help. Jerry Kayser
  3. What are the correct spark plugs used (original brand and plug number)for the 1926 Big Six? Is there a cross reference chart available showing different brands that would work? Thanks for help. Jerry Kayser
  4. We are working on a 1926 Studebaker Big Six and need to confirm color of engine. The engine in car appears to be a yellowish-lime-green color. Is this a correct color or are these engines painted gray? Thanks for help. Jerry Kayser
  5. I need the following parts for a 1926 Studebaker Big Six: 1. Complete clutch bearing, part #109146 (or where to find correct replacement) --ours had a Nice #5021 bearing 2. Brake pump operating valve chamber complete with brake pump operating valve. This is for 4 wheel hydraulic brake system. This unit should unbolt with 2 bolts from left side of rear transmission area. --we have the chamber but not the valve inside it, that is missing. 3. If not the entire valve chamber, at least the insides of one (brake pump operating valve, part #110474). 4. Brake pedal to pump valve rod with clevis, part #110541 (complete unit) --ours is missing completely from car. --this is rod that attaches to brake pedal and operates the above valve. 5. 2-Steering knuckle thrust bearing cones, part Timken #21088 2-Steering knuckle thrust bearing cups, part Timken #21212 Thanks for any help or information as to where I could locate any of the above parts. Jerry Kayser kayserschapel@atnet.net
  6. Thank you both for nice comments. Yes, this is the same hearse on the cover of March-April "Antique Automobile". We have had a great time showing this car--it is such an unusual car--in fact, most funeral directors have never a carved panel hearse in person. A lot of the younger generation of F.D.s don't even know this type of coach was ever built. Really looking forward to G.N. and meeting some new friends. J. Kayser
  7. Shoot--I messed up. I wanted this message under the A.G.N.M. July 15th thread. Can you move it? Or just eliminate and I'll repost it correctly. Thanks--J. Kayser
  8. Plan on being there and showing our 1939 S & S Cadillac "carved panel" hearse. Hope y'all keep the rain away. I was able to attend as a spectator at last years GN in Tucson and felt that was the best field of cars (quality of restorations) that I've ever seen at a carshow. Can't wait to see all of the cars in Montoursville. <BR>Jerry Kayser<BR>Moses Lake, Washington