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  1. Welcome to the world of 39' Buick's 😊 Was the car from Florida? [Gary]
  2. Carsten: welcome to the forum What model? Engine & chassis serial numbers? Photos, photos & more photos would help get a reply
  3. Control C (copy) & Control V (paste) works for me. The same as any other site/program https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2018/10/14/hemmings-find-of-the-day-1968-citroen-hy/
  4. Yes for a r&p from 1938 series 60. But hard to get. For other gear sets need to do welding & machining. Some gear sets from the early 1950's have a higher (faster) ratio For more information their are a lot of articles on the old http://www.1937and1938buicks.com/The-Torque-Tube/The-Torque-Tube.htm Their are many threads on this topic in the AACA forum, like https://forums.aaca.org/topic/147695-high-speed-gears-for-1937-etc/ https://forums.aaca.org/topic/250431-1937-buick-rear-end-swap/ https://forums.aaca.org/topic/262259-rear-end-gear-swap/
  5. In the last 65 years anything could have happened. Even as a Caddy, at some time in the past they just old used cars, with little value or a collectible car.
  6. Also ask in --->https://forums.aaca.org/forum/32-oldsmobile-buysell/
  7. Worth checking the ratio before committing to too much work I think the drive shaft has a pin through pinion shaft (but may be wrong on that)
  8. Swapping the torque tube can be hard work. The length of the torque tube can vary year to year Some information here. https://forums.aaca.org/topic/318873-for-sale-54-and-55-differentials/
  9. Frank Bouchal Welcome to the forum These jump seats are likely to be the same as used on Buick 1939 & 1940 46C Special & 66C Century convertibles. And on Old's And we like photos!
  10. Whippet was also a brand of car (Willys) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willys https://www.shannons.com.au/auctions/2010-shannons-motorclassica-collector-vehicle-auction/U967443AWESDDLQA/ https://www.shannons.com.au/auctions/2011-shannons-sydney-summer-classic-auction/YF3C669UWMSCEX11/ === I do not think the tractor is steamer. Samson? International? Other?
  11. For documentation look in http://www.oldcarmanualproject.com/ http://www.buickheritagealliance.org http://www.buickheritagealliance.org/index.php/archives/browse/1922
  12. Model 81 = Fisher style 394819 Group 13.326 part 4082900 Support Assembly, Trunk lid for 394819 & others for 1938 & 1940 Group 12.238 part 4085735 Spring, Trunk lid com for 1938, 1938 80-90 (com maybe cam = burred text in repro manual) I am away from my model 41's (Fisher style 394419) so cannot check mine. Series 41 & 61 have different support & spring numbers Series 46, 46C & 66, 66C have different support & spring numbers
  13. Send me a PM with your email. Difficult area to photograp
  14. http://www.gardnermotorcars.com/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gardner_(automobile)