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  1. Thank you, Greg. Try as I did, I could not get the studs to come out (double nut). I just gave up and unbolted the front fenders, yanked the nose forward and completed the job. I never want to do this job again!!! A ridiculous amount of work.
  2. I'm attempting to replace a leaking water pump on 1937 CHrysler Imperial 6 cyl but am absolutely stuck trying to figure out how to remove the radiator. I have unbolted the radiator from the frame and can move it fore and aft a bit but not enough to allow water pump removal. I can't imagine having to unbolt the front fenders to allow the nose assembly to move forward but don't see any other way. Seems like an awful lot of work for what would ordinarily be a simple repair. Please advise if you can. THANK YOU.
  3. Do any of you gents know if a 1946 Dodge Fluid Drive differs from a 1951? My original 51 from my D24 has a broken off ear flange so I am attempting to use one I had stored from a 46. Catching reverse seems to be a real problem. I have adjusted the shifter rod in and out a dozen times. I just get forward gears. I'm considering that the two different transmissions operated differently despite looking identical. Also, thinking about taking a risk and using the original 51 trans with only the three , not four, bolts to the bell housing. I would really any and all ideas. Thank you! Gary
  4. 1916 DB Complete Motor, Clutch, Transmission Assembly. $700. Stored many years ago, had been a runner, turns freely, includes Eismann magneto (not shown). Includes starter/gen, carb, water pump, clutch, p plate etc. all ready to go. I can strap to a pallet for Fastenall or your pickup. Matching motor and transmission numbers: 18900
  5. looking to purchase Fluid Drive Transmission for my 51 Dodge. The case of mine has a broken off front flange at the bolt hole making it unusable.
  6. Would someone please explain the differences between the model 80 and model 90 1931 Buick?
  7. Anyone know if it would be possible to eliminate the entire heat riser assembly on a 1931 Buick and just bolt an updraft carb to the intake manifold with some kind of adapter? Old cast heat riser parts usually are broken or severly cracked. Finding a good one is nearly impossible.
  8. 1939 BUICK SHOCK ABSORBERS, FULL SET, very good used condition. complete set (4 front and rear)of Delco lever arm shock absorbers from 1939 Buick. Very smooth up and down action with no glitches or skips, no stuck spots. Feels like right amount of resistance. Proper action. Front shock number: 1948A, 125 FX. Rear shock number: 2103E. Save $$ , rebuilt shocks cost $500 each! Bolt these up and enjoy the ride. front pair $200, rear pair $150. Full set, front and rear for $300. I can ship these by USPS flat rate (big savings). One set per box.
  9. complete set (4 front and rear)of Delco lever arm shock absorbers from 1939 Buick. Very smooth up and down action with no glitches or skips, no stuck spots. Feels like right amount of resistance. Proper action. Good condition. Front shock number: 1948A, 125 FX. Rear shock number: 2103E $150 for front set $100 for rear set. all four for $200 all plus shipping. Rebuilt units sell for $500 each! Save big $ with this set. Front set weighs 47 pounds, rear set weighs 40 pounds. Shipping will be expensive. NOTE: I do not make money on shipping. I only charge the exact amount. Fastenal shipping can be much less expensive for shipping.
  10. there is a Fastenal about 30 minutes from me. I'm located in Little Compton, RI. The Fastenal depot is in New Bedford, MA
  11. complete set (4 front and rear)of Delco lever arm shock absorbers from 1939 Buick. Very smooth up and down action with no glitches or skips, no stuck spots. Feels like right amount of resistance. Proper action. Good condition. Front shock number: 1948A, 125 FX. Rear shock number: 2103E $150 for front set $100 for rear set. all four for $200 all plus shipping. Front set weighs 47 pounds, rear set weighs 40 pounds. Shipping will be expensive. NOTE: I do not make money on shipping. I only charge the exact amount. gdenn@aol.com
  12. Good running 1939 Buick engine just removed from parts car. Complete; carburetor, distributor, generator starter. Everything works but the fuel pump. I have personally heard the engine run. It is quiet with no knocks or smoke and gets good oil pressure. Fresh oil change, points and plugs. Engine number 13764707. Will need valve cover gasket. Wash it up, drop it in, and go. Also, Fastenal ships inexpensively. I can strap this engine to a pallet for pick up. gdenn@aol.com. $400.
  13. Good running 1939 Buick engine just removed from parts car. Complete; carburetor, distributor, generator starter. Everything works but the fuel pump. I have personally heard the engine run. It is quiet with no knocks or smoke and gets good oil pressure. Fresh oil change, points and plugs. Engine number 13764707. Will need valve cover gasket. Wash it up, drop it in, and go. Located in RI. $500. Transmission also available at nominal cost.
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