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  1. try here https://www.autocolorlibrary.com/pages/1930-Buick.html#parentHorizontalTab1
  2. Hi Morgan You might want to pull the manifolds to see if they made it into the cylinder head or into the engine as they have no problems getting by an open valve. George
  3. Hi Mike I found the carb and manifolds i will separate the carb and get you some pictures. My son and grand kids have arrived for a couple days so it might be until sat. before i can get them apart. George
  4. Mike i have found the pump,it looks the same except the fuel outlet on the fuel bowl side goes strait along the engine where as the one in your picture is facing you. Mine is NOS rebuilt and i also have a new Kanter rebuild kit in the package. I have at least two carbs one is complete with manifolds and air cleaner. I'll get you some pictures. George
  5. Hi Michael i'll check my spare parts i think i have a couple fuel pumps, i also have a couple carbs. George
  6. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1932-Buick-90-series-/182670799334?hash=item2a880731e6:g:j2QAAOSw4ERZbPF~&vxp=mtr on ebay now george
  7. I could be wrong but the back of the truck looks very similar to a 34 ford pick up.
  8. Try Donald he might have the headlight parts you need. Headlight Headquarters Phone: (781) 598-0523 Donald Axelrod owner Phone | (781) 598-0523
  9. This is on eBay,its not mine but i have bought from him in the past. George http://www.ebay.com/itm/ORIGINAL-1930-BUICK-DRIVE-TRAIN-MOTOR-TRANSMISSION-REAR-END-/292033137785?hash=item43fe880c79:g:mokAAOSw2gxYqhYR&vxp=mtr
  10. If no willing teenagers are to be found i have used an air chisel with one of the chisel's ground down to fit the slot in the screw, use plenty of penetrating oil then i put a pair of vice grips on the shaft and with downward pressure on the gun give it some short easy bursts and the vibrations help loosen the screws.
  11. Hi Mike sorry about the delay in getting back. The radiator does not want to come out of it's shell. Seems to be stuck around the pines thermostat soaking the threaded shaft now maybe i have missed a some other attachment point. Its loose at the bottom but not at the top. Sadly i found two cracks on the top tank. Best guess is there are more on the back in the same area.I dont know how bad your tanks are this is what mine are like. George
  12. I use evaporust for most of my small parts but for the larger parts i use a 55 gal plastic drum with a molasses mixture of 10-1. 5 gals of molasses feed grade ($35.00)total last batch. I use the liquid from agway. Works much better in warm weather so i put it in a heated shed. It does smell and will attract unwanted guests. George
  13. I got mine home from storage and will take it apart to see what it looks like out of the frame. George
  14. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1930-Buick-radiator-shell-/192008552831?hash=item2cb49a017f:g:Kw8AAOSwx2dYD8H3&vxp=mtr Just saw this on ebay.
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