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  1. I have a 27 Buick Standard. The oil filter is mounted on firewall. I found that WIX 51080 was a close match. I believe NAPA or any parts store can cross it over to their brand. I have always used Wix filters.
  2. My mistake the original 48 ford car transmission part number is 01A 7510.Don't know what case I have now but throwout bearing doesn't hit the three levers on pressure plate. I'm looking to borrow an original complete 48 transmission and put in to see how that works. Got to be a difference in case.
  3. I had my 48 Ford transmission case number 01A7005 rebuilt but rebuilder used a 1C7006 or 1G7006 case. Now the throwout bearing doesn't hit the 3 finger on pressure plate. Could it be that he used the wrong body. Says it was from a truck but says it was the same case as a car. Thanks
  4. I have a 26 Buick and 27 Buick. I used a Walker Sound FX Muffler # 18253. Was around $35 at most auto parts store. There is one bracket to cut off. Sounds just like the old buick muffler. Walkers website has all the measurements for it. Good Luck.
  5. Is there a better rear oil pan gasket than the cork one? seems I read somebody makes a rope type gasket for rear of oil pan like the front one. Thanks
  6. I have a 26 Buck Model 26-27 and a 27 Buick Model 27-27 which was made into a Woodie wagon in 1927. I use 28 Buick or later dist. Can buy all the parts from Napa for around $40. A lot easier to adjust and did away with hand timing. Did the 26 15 years ago and the Woodie about 6 years ago. No problems at all.
  7. I have a 48 Ford that the left rad. hose keeps coming off the cylinder head. It will idle for 1/2 hour and no leaks, If I give it full throttle for a couple minutes the hose blows off. Have tighten the hose as much as I can and even remove 160 degree thermostat. Thanks for any help.
  8. Need to remove soap suds from rad. cleaning. I used Dawn dishwasher soap to clean my 27 Buick rad. After flushing 5 times with clear water, still can't get rid of the suds. What could I add to get rid of suds. thanks
  9. Just found some paint at C & G earley Ford Parts
  10. Can't seem to find the blue paint for 1948 Ford Hubcaps. Anyone know of a close match ? THANKS
  11. When I rebuilt both my 26 and 27 Buicks I got the pistons from EGGE. I sent in an old piston. I was told that the rods are not centered but offset. so I went with EEGE. Very happy, about $1200 for Six pistons, rings and wrist pins.
  12. Fred, Thanks decided not to buy as I have enough junk laying around, Styeve
  13. Mark, What would complete rear end with drive shaft and wheels worth? Thanks Steve
  14. Found a complete rear axle with wheels for sale. Wooden wheels with B on hub cap. Tires size are 5.25-5.50 x 18 4 ply. Could these be Built parts. Guy only wants $50 or BO in Maine
  15. I am looking for a quite muffler for both my 26 Buick Model 26-27 and my 27 Buick Model 27-27. Now I have a Walker 18253. It is the right size and looks but is kind of loud. I did buy one from muffler company in Hemmings but was even louder. thanks for any help.
  16. The rubber fuel lines on my two antique cars are being eaten away by the 10% ethnol in our fuel. Are there black rubber fuel lines that ethnol doesn't hurt ? Or what would be a good additive to gas to fix my problem ? Thanks
  17. I have both a 26 and 26 Standard, do you think curve is about the same. I had the old 27 windshield and had one made for around $85, make sure to use safety glass. I can made a pattern of mine. The curve I think is the same.
  18. Can't remember how to remove column shifter lever assembly from steering column. Thanks for any help
  19. I have a 26 and a 27 Buick which I turned intake upside down and used a down draft single barrel carb. I know it is nor orginal but sure runs a lot better with electric fuel and fuel regulator to about 2 1/2 pounds pressure.
  20. Larry, I just hate to take it all apart this time of year. thanks Steve
  21. My 26 Buick radiator has developed just a tiny leak. Is there a sealer I could use that won't hurt the cooling system. It has an excellent honeycomb rad. and hate to see it soldered. Thanks
  22. Brian, My wife and I are not going to be able to make the meet. Steve and Margaret Smith Falmouth, me
  23. I was looking at Speedways Catalog and they list a Technostalgia # 7002 1942-48 Ford Car Hood Spring Lifter Kit. Looks let a good thing. Has anyone used One ?? Thanks
  24. Some time ago I read about a large junkyard in the I think the middle of Georgia. It is open to the public with some fee to just look around. We are heading to Georgia after Nat Buick meet and the meet in Dublin. Ohio. Thanks for any help.
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