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  1. You can call him and see, but I don't think so. I have seen seen him at a number of the National meets. He's best reached at 763-427-3460 between 4 and 7 pm Central.
  2. If you can't find a buyer you could also give Dave Tacheny a call and see if he is interested. I know he has purchased items from a friend.
  3. Your prices sound reasonable to me, but like Rock10 said there is a small demand and you have to find the right person.
  4. Not sure if I would have a used one and don't have a chamce t look for a wee or so, but Bob's might be an option. https://bobsautomobilia.com/shop/starters-parts/37-41-rebuilt-starter-soleniod-su-rexa/ Carl
  5. Never bought from them, but seems they've been in business for a while. Not sure how much shipping from Australia would be, but small package might not be bad. For what it's worth check them out; https://vintageandclassicreproductions.com/product_brands/1937-1938-buick/ Carl
  6. Larry I'm sorry to hear of the accident, glad you weren't hurt. As I recall your car, I would think your car was a 3+. Go for more and good luck!
  7. I don't like making a habit of driving any old car on the highway because people don't take into consideration they don't stop like a modern car. Back in 1975 I did drive my 37 Buick from Maine home on the NY Toll road all they way across NY, Pa and a little bit of Ohio at 55-60 mph (legal speed at the time) and it wasn't even until mid 90's I did anything to the engine and that was a valve job. Course I was younger, the car was new to me and nobody ever told me the car couldn't do it. Any old car is more pleasant to enjoy on secondary roads.
  8. Pity if I had one it would save a lot in shipping. I think there is still one in the nose piece in the back barn but don't remember anything about condition. I'll try and check this weekend. We'll miss you. Last couple years I've been afraid it might be the last year for the hotel.
  9. I think so, but would have to check. Didn't know you had a 37. Are you coming to Auburn this year?
  10. Light blue fenders are still available and the left dark blue fender. Thanks for the purchase Nick. Carl
  11. Nice looking car. Sounds right. The dipstick is only about 2.5 inches high and is located between the coil and distributor.
  12. This car is long gone and the manual needs a new home. Couple creases in the front cover, but leafing through the pages I didn't see any torn pages, writing or smudges. First page does have a corner creased. I'm asking $12 which would include media shipping in the lower 48.
  13. I have two pair of 1937 Buick Special front fenders that I would like to find a new home for. Neither pair has spare tire wheel wells. I'm located in Northeastern Ohio and not willing to ship. I'm asking $400 for the pair of light blue fenders which have had a little work done to them. The dark blue fenders are pretty much untouched and I'm asking $300 for them. I'm attaching one picture of each pair but if anyone is interested I already have more on the computer I will gladly email or post if requested. Carl
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