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  1. A guess but based on Buicks I had I would say late teens as the wheel has a wooden felloe as opposed to metal.
  2. Jerry ...I wonder if that drive train would fit in my 25 Chevy?? I'll stop over and take a look at your car for before and after inspiration. To add to the mix of anyone willing to make the trip they can swing by my garage and I,ll send them home with another engine and trans and assorted stuff. I think my engine is a 1951 or 52 it was in a 1949R16 truck that I had as a parts donor. My wife said it must go so down the road it went but i snuck the engine out first.
  3. The car is for sale again as my winter project 1926 (not 1922) chevy truck needed a parts car to finish so I'm short on room again ...This year we are offereing the 30 chevy sports roadster at $25,000...very nice car
  4. It is hard to believe that prices on and interest in old cars are so soft...I was unable to mount any serious interest in my 1930 Chev roadster...best bet is just to drive it and enjoy it when you least expect it someone will seek you out to buy it
  5. Original for these early years trucks was just a commercial chassis from the factory and the body was added as needed for your application. The bodies were custom from local wood guys using available iron hardware or in some cases by coach builders . The Model T had a few after market bodies available and I imagine Chevrolet did as well. Modified mine (rustic) so I could fit in it through the drivers door past the steering wheel. OK for my purposes. My granddaughter learned to drive standard shift on this last week end and drove into town to get the Xmas tree. Maybe there is hope that the
  6. Yes saved the wood doors much of the body and pick up flooring is original...the new doors can come off for a more open C cab version but my wife wanted the doors to feel safer.
  7. Modified the cab a little...not sure if I could of driven it home but runs nice here around town....looking forward to next years winter project!!!
  8. I was going to fly out and drive it home. I see from your location you were only 20 miles away. If I like them I buy them not in it for the profit only the fun.
  9. truck is my new winter project...and yes it is a 1925 or 1926 but titled as a 1922.
  10. 1922 to 1924 4 cylinder buick missing the surround sheetmetal on the engine....the cowl looks to maybe be 1924...so probably 1924 drive train
  11. Plastigage and run with it....worst case you re-visit it later if you find yourself running the car hard. On my first 16 d35..I had to babbitt as the main bearing babbit was cracked
  12. Justin and I were close to a deal but shipping costs across the country are too much to have value when you are done. Note a plug for the car it was built by Harold Johansen...do a little research on his name and you find he had a long distinguished career in his type of racing. Engine is probably really well done. Thanks
  13. Should be a fun ride...great style with the 2 door model...century supposedly 100 mph car but a little scary at 90mph. Mine is now somewhere over near Russia in one of the former "stan" countries. Good luck and have fun
  14. JBuick.....I had the same model nice car I sold it few years back. On one of my spare engines the water pump shaft had been cut and a new piece added....they retained all the complicated parts of the shaft assossiated with the gear and bushing and simply replaced the straight 3/4 shaft through the pump. the new shaft and old shaft were coupled with a keyed coupler. Note on the 1921...they were cutting corners that year and it is required to oil the sleeve bearing coming out of the water pump gear every 500 miles. I went about 700 miles and the shaft tied right up. I eventually remedied
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