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  1. For Sale: 1934 Buick sidemount covers. Almost in excellent condition. Complete, straight and solid. Price $500.00 If paid for before Hershey, I can deliver to my spots on the RED FIELD. I can send pictures, etc. on request. Phone: (716) 826-2416 E-MAIL: muzandali@yahoo.com
  2. For Sale: The center grill section for a 1937 La SALLE.. Very good condition, chrome-so,so (not really bad), needs little. Price $200.00 I can send pictures and if paid for before Hershey, I can deliver to my spots in the RED FIELD. Phone: (716) 826-2416 or E-Mail: muzandali@yahoo.com Bob
  3. FOR SALE: (1)1940 Left front fender. Used and in excellent condition. $250.00 (2)1946-1948 Plymouth, left front. N.O.S. $250.00 (3)1954 Plymouth, Left front fender-USED-EXCELLENT CONDITION (small dent at parking lighr) $250.00 I can deliver anyone of these to Hershey, next month, to my spots on the RED FIELD if paid for before then. I can send pictures via E-Mail: muzandali@yahoo.com PHONE: (716) 826-2416
  4. FOR SALE: 1940 or 1941 Mercury Right Front Fender. Marked as/for 4dr. sedan. Believed to be N.O.S. Excellent condition.Price: $300.00. I can deliver to my spots on the RED FIELD at Hershey, if paid for before. I can send pictures via E-MAIL. Call: (716) 826-2416 or E-MAIL: muzandali@yahoo.com Thank You, Bob
  5. FOR SALE: Believed to be a front left fender for a 1946 FORD. It is in excellent condition; but, used. Taken off the car in the mid 50's. Price: $250.00. If paid for before Hershey I can deliver to my spots in the RED Field. If interested, I can send pictures. Call: (716) 826-2416 or E-Mail: muzandali@yahoo.com Thanks, Bob
  6. FOR SALE: 1940 Chevrolet Left Rear Fender. N.O.S. EXCELLENT condition. $125.00 If paid for before Hershey, I can deliver to my spots. Pictures upon request. Phone (716) 826-2416 or E-Mail: muzandali@yahoo.com Thank You, Bob
  7. Chevrolet 1942-1948 (?) Front, left and right fenders. N.O.S. Solid, only light surface rust. Pictures on request. $250.00 each. Excellent condition. Can deliver to Hershey if paid for before. Phone: (716) 826-2416 or E-Mail: muzandali@yahoo.com Thank You, Bob
  8. Chevrolet 1942-1948 (?) Front, left and right fenders. N.O.S. Solid, only light surface rust. Pictures on request. $250.00 each. Excellent condition. Can deliver to Hershey if paid for before. Phone: (716) 826-2416 or E-Mail: muzandali@yahoo.com Thank You, Bob
  9. FOR SALE: 1941 Oldsmobile (Model 76), left and right front fenders. N.O.S. have light surface rust. No dents and solid. Price $400.00 for the pair or $250.00 for either one. Can send pictures. If paid for, before Hershey, I can deliver there-to my spots. Phone: (716) 826-2416 If no answer, please, leave message-or- E-Mail: muzandali@yahoo.com Thank You. Muzzy
  10. I have a set of NOS 1941 Olds front fenders. Also, they're have "76" marked on them? Is '76" a model for the '41 Olds? If so, will they also fit the other models-if there are? Thank You, Bob
  11. I have recently bought a 1936 Pierce-Arrow sedan-it is in need of a complete restoration. I would like to tackle the "BAD WOOD" in the body as a number one project. It isn't "THAT" bad; but, there are some areas that need attention. Since I don't have the equipment and expertise to do this type of work, I'd like to find someone that is capable of doing the work. I'd like to find some one within 150 miles of Buffalo, New York, I can drop off and pick up the car. Contact me at (716) 826-2416. Please, leave a message, if I don't answer. Or, muzandali@yahoo.com anytime. Bob
  12. Sorry for the delay in answering. Yes, I still have that fender. If still interested, please, call me: (716) 826-2416 Thank You, Bob
  13. Hi Ed, I'd say, Deep Maroon body, with Black leather roof, moldings and fenders. Uptight and very conservative. Bob
  14. Hey-"Old & Blind," You also missed the Pilot Lights at the front. Sure looks like the former "R.K.O. (film studio) car. Bob
  15. 1932 Model 53 or 52. The heavy two bar bumpers and little arrows on the hood vent doors are V-12 appointments. This one has all the "goodies" (options) for 1932, even the wing windows on the front doors. Wish it were mine.
  16. Wish one would pop up on E-Bay, for for my 1934 (1248) or my 1936 (1601 0r 1602). This manual looks like it's in great condition. Bob
  17. WANTED: Would like to purchase a good running Series 80 engine. Possible pickup, depending on location. E-Mail: muzandali@yahoo.com or Phone: (716) 826-2416 Thank You, Bob
  18. I disagree! For 1934 these vent doors are just right. I much prefer the 1935 style vent doors--identical to those used on all, 1935 through 1938 Pierce hoods; but, that's me. Even though my 1248A will, forever, have this four vent door arrangement. The Studebaker/Pierce-Arrow? WOW! I'd buy one! That is some great work. CONGRADULATIONS. Bob Sands
  19. Hello, I haven't been able to get a photo of Ernie Follis' '34 Pierce Le Baron for comparison--other than a poor angled shot taken at Pebble Beach last summer. It isn't worth posting. "All" radiator shells were painted (body color) starting in 1934, with only the ring around the shutters (part of the radiator shell assembly) left in chrome. Starting with the 1936 models this ring (chrome) was a separate part of the shell. So, as a suggestion, I'd redo your concept model with a painted shell, giving it a longer hood look. West, all 1934 and '35 Pierce-Arrows (8 and V-12's) came out of the factory with painted shells. What you see today, at shows, are restorations that are over done ("the glitz look") and/or owners not knowing what their cars really looked like "when new." Plus, it's a whole lot of work removing and painting that shell once it's been plated. Bob
  20. Your "concept" car strongly resembles a 1934, Model 1248A, with "Body by Le Baron." The only one known, to date, is presently owned by Ernie Follis, San Diego, Ca. I'll give Ernie a "heads up" and maybe he can post a picture?
  21. For Sale: 1941 Oldsmobile front fenders. N.O.S. Some surface rust, one has a small amount of rust damage, on bottom edge, below the headlight. These are very straight having never been damaged. Other than the mentioned rust damage--they're perfect. $400.00 for the pair. Bob
  22. Yes, it was on my table, at Hershey, last October. Bob
  23. Stude8, I checked today. The number is: 157444-2, a couple inches back are another groupe of numbers (?) 1.4.22 The dots are actually in the middle-not at the bottom as shown. So, what do these numbers represent? Thanks, Bob
  24. The serial # of the engine it came off wouldn't help you much, since it was a 1936 Pierce eight. I recently replaced this head with a repro aluminum one-original to the car. So, it's an 8 cylinder head from a 1929 Stude, President. Next time I'm out to the garage, I'll check for a casting number. Bob
  25. For Sale: 1929 Studebaker head. Excellent condition. Just taken off a running engine. $400.00 Bob
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