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Unikito

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  1. Thank you so much for your help. Greatly appreciated!
  2. <HR SIZE=1> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->I HAVE A 1947 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION-4 DOOR READY TO BE PAINTED. I WAS WONDERING IF YOU HAVE THE PAINT CODE (PAINT FORMULA) FOR IT. THE EXTERIOR COLOR IS THE ORIGINAL DARK BURGUNDY AND I WOULD LIKE TO MATCH IT. ANY HELP WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. NOTE; PAINT SELLERS CANNOT MATCH THE COLOR WITH THEIR COMPUTER, THEY NEED THE PAINT CODE. THANKS
  3. I HAVE A 1947 STUDEBAKER CHAMPION-4 DOOR READY TO BE PAINTED. I WAS WONDERING IF YOU HAVE THE PAINT CODE (PAINT FORMULA) FOR IT. THE EXTERIOR COLOR IS THE ORIGINAL BURGUNDY AND I WOULD LIKE TO MATCH IT. ANY HELP WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. NOTE; PAINT SELLERS CANNOT MATCH THE COLOR WITH THEIR COMPUTER, THEY NEED THE PAINT CODE. tHANKS!1
  4. Thank you everyone, I will give it a shot. SOmeone was kind to provide me with some copies of the manual referring to the mechanism you both describe. Thanks,
  5. I have a 1939 Buick Roadmaster which I am restoring. The valve body has a flapper inside. On the outside, on one side of the valve body,there is a thermostatic coil. On the other side there is a metal weight. No spring there but it appears there should be one. When you turn the weight until it stops, the flapper closes 90%. When I move the weight the other way, the flapper closes 100%. These are my questions: 1) when the engine is cold, should the flapper be closed? 2) when the engine is hot, where should the flapper be positioned? THe problem I have is that I do not know if I got to put a spr
  6. This is an NOS 1939-1949 Buick first & reverse sliding gear for your transmission in perfect condition. No broken or cracked teeth. PART NUMBER WT222-12D. TOOTH COUNT IS 31 AND HAS 18 SPLINES, REPLACES OEM # 1319384. FITS 1941-49 60-70 SERIES BUICK CENTURY AND ROADMASTER. I THE HOLLANDER INTERCHANGE MANUAL SAYS IT ALSO FITS, 1941-48 90 SERIES, AND 1940 60-70-80-90 SERIES . It might fit other years but please check. THIS IS A RARE PART AND ITS THE GEAR THAT TAKES ALL OF THE ABUSE, YOUR NOT GOING TO FIND IT AT YOUR LOCAL PARTS STORE! These are hard to find so keep a second one just in case!
  7. This is an NOS 1939-1949 Buick first & reverse sliding gear for your transmission in perfect condition. No broken or cracked teeth. PART NUMBER WT222-12D. TOOTH COUNT IS 31 AND HAS 18 SPLINES, REPLACES OEM # 1319384. FITS 1941-49 60-70 SERIES BUICK CENTURY AND ROADMASTER. I THE HOLLANDER INTERCHANGE MANUAL SAYS IT ALSO FITS, 1941-48 90 SERIES, AND 1940 60-70-80-90 SERIES . THIS IS A RARE PART AND ITS THE GEAR THAT TAKES ALL OF THE ABUSE, YOUR NOT GOING TO FIND IT AT YOUR LOCAL PARTS STORE! These are hard to find so keep a second one just in case! I paid $125 +shipping for it only to fi
  8. If anyone has a good, uncracked, functional center manifold for sale for my 1939 Buick Roadmaster, please contact me. Unfortunately, the one I have has broken apart at one of its sleves. If you have the center manifold for belonging to any of these following cars, then it will fit my car : <TABLE cellPadding=2 width="60%"><TBODY><TR><TD class=main width="30%" cellpadding="10">Make</TD><TD class=main width="30%" cellpadding="10">Model</TD><TD class=main width="40%" cellpadding="10">Year Range</TD></TR><TR><TD class=main>Bui
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