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  1. Hello Antonio: Your car is a 1927 model EU Standard Six - W body - Coustom Sedan. I hope that this will help. Regards: SamB
  2. Post a photo of the motor. Look on the left side behind the front wheel on the frame for the serial number tag. Post the serial number that is one the frame along with the motor serial number with a photo of the motor. Look for the motor serial number, for the standard six it is stamped just below the water jacket cover on the right side of the motor. If it is a big six it is stamped behind the generator on the front right corner of the block. Regards; SamB
  3. Hello Out there in antique car land. I sure need help. I have been restoring a 1927 Studebaker Roadster on and off for the last 14 years. I have it almost complete and after geting it running found that the motors head is no good. I need a head for the Standard Six motor. The motor in my car is a EU model and was only used in 1927. The casting # for this head is 123097-4 F.8.24. For the time being I can use one from the ER Standard Six motor that was used in 1925 and 1926. The casting # for this head is 123097-4 E.6.15. The difference between the two heads is that the EU model has an outlet fo
  4. Help! I desperately need a head for my 1927 Studebaker Standard Six Roadster. The casting number for the 1927 EU Standard Six Motors head Is 123097-4 F.8.24. I can use a head off a ER motor for the time being if any one has one. The casting number for the 1925/1926 ER Standard Six motors head is 123097-4 E.6.15. The differance between the two heads is the EU model has an outlet for a temperature bulb and the ER model doe's not. I have attached a photo of the two heads that show's the difference between the two. If you have one or know someone that may please contact me at sbb@centurytel.net PL
  5. I have been working on this car on and off for the last 14 years.At this time it is complete except for a amp guage and I need a cylinder head. I had the head checked for cracks but not for thickness, and when they milled the head they cut too much off and it cracked in #1 cylinder. I hope to find a head soon. Regards: SamB
  6. I have been working on this car for many years and almost have it complete.
  7. The 1925-1927 Studebaker Standard Six model's used this type of drive shaft coupling. It was probley used for other Studebaker model years. I bought a complet set for my 1927 Studebaker off of ebay. I have also seen an add in Hemming's Motor News selling these disk. You may try calling Steven Munts as he may have these disk. His phone # is 509-892-9258. I got some small disk that drives the accessary package on the standard six motor from him. I hope that this will help. Regards: SamB
  8. Hello Out there . I desperately need a head for my 1927 Studebaker EU Standard Six Roadster. The casting number for the EU model is 123097-4 F.8.24. I can use a head off an ER model for the time being if anyone has one. The casting number for the ER head is 123097-4 E.6.15.The difference between the two heads is the EU model has an outlet for a temperature bulb and the ER doe's not. I have attached a photo of the two heads that show's the difference between the two. The ER model engine was used in 1925 /1926. I am not sure but it may have been used in other years. The EU model was only used in
  9. Hello Out there. I desperately need a head for my 1927 EU Standard Six Roadster. The casting number for the EU model is 123097-4 F.8.24. I can use a head off a ER model for the time being if anyone has one. The casting number for the ER is 123097-4 E.6.15. The difference between the two heads it the EU head has an outlet for a temperature bulb and the ER head doe's not. I have attached a photo of the two heads that show's the difference. Please contact me at sbb@centurytel.net. Help! Help! Help!
  10. I am looking for a head for my 1927 EU Standatd Six Roadster. This head has an outlet for the temperature bulb.The head casting # is 123097-4. If you have one or know someone that may have one please contact me at sbb@centurytel.net <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />
  11. Thanks David: I will call him. Regards: SamB <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> [color:"blue"]
  12. Thanks I found the motor serial number it is EW38325 but I cannot find the special casted on the head. the casting number on the head is 112588-2 and what I take as the casting date is G.8.26. The block casting number is 109149-2 with G.8.31 I cannot find a casting number on the cylender casting. will any of this find out what motor it is and the year. Thanks: SamB <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" /> [color:"yellow"]
  13. Hello I am looking for parts for a 1935 Dodge 1/2 Ton pickup. I need things such as finders, inside window frames, hood and other things. Any help as to who may have them will be welcome. <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> [color:"yellow"]
  14. I have just got an old Studebaker and need some help with what it is and what year. The frame # is 3082251. The car has a big six but I do not know where to find the motor number. Any help will be welcome. <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />
  15. I just got a Dodge or mabe a Plymounth I am not sure. The only number that I can find is on the firewall the number is H-1-2-LR42425. Is there someone out there that will help me? <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />
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