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  1. Matt, The '48 Super convertibles came with a 4.45 rear end, so they spin around 3000 rpm at 60 mph. I put a 3.6 in mine, which made a great improvement on the highway. By the way, I can't sell mine either... Scott
  2. Going to the scrapyard Dec 1st...
  3. Heck, I started with less than that...
  4. "Right" is subjective, but here is a pic:
  5. Bolt holes 15 3/8" apart, so that should be the smaller engine. Don't know the year, but they have the smooth curve, so somewhere around the late 30's.
  6. Yes, it's available. I don't know what year it is. Thanks Scott
  7. I believe the engine is a 1950. Scott
  8. 1948 Buick Super Convertible. Complete restoration in 1980. Engine, transmission, rear end, brakes, suspension, and hydraulics all rebuilt. New brakes again and gas tank cleaned and sealed in 2017. Converted to 12 volts. Not perfect, extra parts. $35,000 firm. Located in Brenham, TX.
  9. 1953 series 40 NOS passenger side bumper shield. At least that's what the tag says. Last 5 digits of the part # are 18648. $20 plus shipping. Thanks Scott
  10. 1953 Buick Roadmaster / Super Rear Bumper $40. Some dings but repairable. Going to the scrapyard in August...