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  1. Thanks, Jason. Sorry for any spam garbage they sent you or anyone else on the forum. We changed our password...again. Too bad these computer geeks can't use their computer savy to solve some of the world's problems rather than make life miserable for some of us. Rod
  2. Congrats! Job well done on an awesome car!:cool: Rod
  3. Mr. Earl, Your pump is very nice Tokheim 39 tall. Nice score on the nozzle too. Someone does repop those nozzle caps also. Hoses are available, usually black or green (for diesel) at any farm supply store. Rod van Pelt
  4. Mr. Earl, I believe the two pumps on either side are Wayne model 70s. The pump in the middle is a Gilbert Barker model 86. The toy pump is a Wayne 60. I think it is a fantasy pump as I don't believe Buick ever was a brand of gas. Repo globes are available in many makes of cars for us car lovers to put beside our cars. By the way, the brand of gas at the dealership is Standard Red and White Crown. Hope this helps. Rod van Pelt
  5. I found another hub cap, but still needing a tail light lens and bezel. Thanks, Rod
  6. Sorry about the blurry pic in last pic. Hope this will be better. Rod
  7. I attended a car show today in Windsor, Colo. and was taken in by this car shown there by a local 81 year old fellow was the third owner after his brother passed away in the early 1960s. He then restored the Hup. Only 354 Skylarks were made and only 26 are known to exist today. The car won first place in the "Open Class". I thought some of you Hup guys would enjoy seeing this rare car. I'm interested in Hups as my Grandad had a 29 Century and mentioned several stories about the car and said it was the best car he ever owned. Hope you enjoy seeing this car as much as I did. Rod
  8. Got the master cylinder kit...now to get-r-done..and hope wheel cylinders are ok.
  9. Thank you, Jason for the correction on the date of last DA made and title date. Rod van Pelt
  10. Great score! I have the DA 1930 Deluxe Coupe with rumble seat. Your car looks a lot like mine but because I don't have a serial number list here with me at the moment can't give you help on the month of manufacture. My serial number is DA 84565 with a motor number: H99961 with a manufacture date of July 2, 1929 and was titled as a 1930, so I would say yours was made in 1929 also. According to what info. I have DA 123481 was the last number for the 1929s at Dec. 31, 1929. Please correct me if I'm wrong. This is what I got with my build card from the Chrysler corp. if I'm reading it right.
  11. Thanks, Bill. I didn't have any luck finding that ad. I did a search also. Could you or someone give me a link? Thank you, Rod
  12. Could you please post a pic of the carb? Like to see what my DA came out with. Thanks, Rod van Pelt
  13. Too bad. Sure hoped this one would work for ya. Good luck! Rod
  14. Would this one work? Rod van Pelt http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dodge-Brothers-Cowl-Band-or-Trim-1930-31-32-Sedan-Hot-Rod-Rat-Rod-DH-DA-DB-/110850081619?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item19cf2e0353&vxp=mtr
  15. Wheel is 2 3/4 inches wide. Thanks for your help. Rod
  16. I just noticed that I didn't measure width. I'll see if I can get back with that in a couple of days. Thank you, Rod van Pelt
  17. I just noticed that I didn't measure width. I'll see if I can get back with that in a couple of days. Thank you, Rod van Pelt <!--[if gte mso 9]><xml> <w:LatentStyles DefLockedState="false" DefUnhideWhenUsed="true" DefSemiHidden="true" DefQFormat="false" DefPriority="99" LatentStyleCount="267"> <w:LsdException Locked="false" Priority="0" SemiHidden="false" UnhideWhenUsed="false" QFormat="true" Name="Normal"/> <w:LsdException Locked="false" Priority="9" SemiHidden="false" UnhideWhenUsed="false" QFormat="true" Name="heading 1"/> <w:LsdExceptio
  18. I noticed I didn't measure the width. I'll get back with that in a couple of days. Thanks, Rod
  19. I have had these wheels for probably30 years since my Dad bought them on an estate sale of my grandmother's cousin. Therefore nobody knew what car they fit. I have a pair of these. They have metal fellows and measure 23 1/4 in. in diameter, hole in hub is 3 in. in diameter. Thank you for your help. Rod van Pelt
  20. I have had these wheels for probably 30 years since my Dad bought them on an estate sale of my grandmother's cousin. Therefore nobody knew what car they fit. I have a pair of these. They are have wooden fellows and measure 25 in. in diameter. They fit an 1 5/8 keyed axle. The brake drum measures 14" OD. Thanks for your help. Rod van Pelt
  21. I have had these wheels for probably30 years since my Dad bought them on an estate sale of my grandmother's cousin. Therefore nobody knew what car they fit. I have a pair of these. They measure 24 1/8 in. in diameter on one side and , because of the lip on the inside of the wheel, 25 1/8 inch in diameter. The hole in the middle (missing metal hub) of the spokes is 3 1/2 inches. Brake drum measures 14 in. OD. Thank you for your help. Rod van Pelt
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