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  1. Not sure where I copied this from, but somewhere somebody had published this on how to remove the vacuum wiper switch. My gratitude to whoever wrote it out. " You have to remove the switch from the dash, no way around it, to clean and seal it up again. The shorter tube on the unit goes to the vacuum source, the longer one to the pump. First, undo the headlight switch from the dash, and it will set to the side without removing any wiring. It will lay off to the side, just enough. To remove the wiper/washer control, disconnect the cable at the wiper motor, and feed it b
  2. I don't know anything about the "online sharing" but the 1937-1938 buick Club which went defunct in about 2002 had a great magazine and can be found here. http://www.1937and1938buicks.com/The-Torque-Tube/The-Torque-Tube.htm Might make for some good reading for you this winter.
  3. I missed the earlier discussion and see that you are correct. Seems cars over 20 years of age don't have Ct titles. My bad.
  4. Just so you know, you are responding to a post that is almost 12 years old.
  5. It is my belief that originally the bracket was straight and held the hoses higher instead of low near the engine. Probably easy to make but instead you might want to just get one from Bob's. https://bobsautomobilia.com/?subcats=Y&pcode_from_q=Y&pshort=Y&pfull=Y&pname=Y&pkeywords=Y&search_performed=Y&q=heater+hose&dispatch=products.search
  6. Wishing you a speedy recovery. Carl
  7. I assume this is what you are looking for? https://www.ebay.com/itm/1937-Buick-Special-Series-40-Hood-Hinge-Stainless/223862634883?hash=item341f40b983:g:5w8AAOSwUMhccbBI
  8. I hang on to mine, but then I'm a pack rat.
  9. Not mine. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1937-Buick-Grille-Headlights-With-Radiator-Frame/224011968992?hash=item34282761e0:g:27IAAOSwzYVevxrx
  10. I hope you get your car and trailer back soon and in good condition. I have shared your FB post, hopefully others will as well and they can catch these POS!
  11. Yes, there are members that live by the museum that live near and in Auburn who also volunteer there. Instead of trying to contact them it seems to me it would be easier to just contact the museum. https://automobilemuseum.org/contact
  12. I think Northfield Forming does the rubber mats. http://www.northfieldltd.com/runningboardmats.html
  13. Not sure how much this will help but this is what it looks like in the accessory book. I would suggest you post on the ACD website now that you are a member, and welcome.
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