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  1. Larry not 100% sure on the drums I'll measure them I think they were from the heavier rear end as was on the 1923 model 49...but you might note there is a complete 268 starter generator there with the distributor that i thinks fits your master....... You might want to walk on the far side with this little 1926 chevy car turned truck...i always need the room...tom
  2. Some pictures of the stuff....One of the starter generators is a "249" for a 1923 the other is a "268" for a 1924 /25 master Buick...it has its cover and a distributor
  3. Yes...same neighbor....I saw Big Blue sold this spring no upgrades ...for $26000......my neighbor tried to buy it back but lost the bid....hence he has no need for the parts without the prospect of getting the car back. Everyone that has owned it wishes they had it back. But as usual I'm out of space....
  4. 1932 rebatted rods standard size. $150 plus postage for all 7. $30 plus postage for just 1. I sold my 1932 pick up so I will never need these.
  5. Another guy came yesterday bought it with $100 down with balance on car pickup. He brought the parts home and was coming for the car today. He came back today with the all parts and said his wife said no. I gave him his $100 back. I tweaked the timing and brakes and drove it about a mile on our private road today the engine ran strong...fun little project for somebody. ps if you decide it is for you clear this big expense with your significant other first. The car comes all the unused/installed sedan parts with its original 26 engine block( Engine # is also the vin# for the vehicle) and another 28 block and head. Their is 1928 radiator and shroud. Also a 1928 transmission and u joint Comes with a useable pressure plate and a set of 4 disk wheels and rims that i think are for a 29 or 30 chevrolet. If I keep on tweaking it I will have to keep it and put it on the road...but at this point I prefer selling it for the space
  6. At my neighbors house in Northville NY 12134
  7. A guy came to look at this fun little vehicle and left with my 32 pickup...Even though that freed up a little space I would still like to thin the herd of 4 cylinders. Give me a call we will talk.
  8. I bought this parts car to go with my other 1926 Truck. I eventual cut down the car turned the parts car into a running farmers truck. It Runs Starts Stops ...lights all work and the horn works needs roof refininishing and glass. The windshield is fine and it does crank up and down. Truck comes with all the parts that were part of the sedan, also the engine in the truck is a 1928. I have the 1928 radiator and it will go with the truck $2000 takes it all...I need the garage space. As was and as is photos attached
  9. My Neighbor wants to sell his 1923 Buick engine and all other Buick parts he has. Aside from the engine I saw 2 starter generators missing covers an extra cam, brake parts 2 axles with hubs. And several buckets of smalls. The engine is free but missing a couple of valve cages. He wants $250 for everything, but you have to come and pick up the stuff. If anyone is interested I'll go take pictures.
  10. I return this engine to my neighbors garage so its out of my garage!!
  11. Brian ...good talking to you on the phone...hopefully the lead I gave you to my former 21/22 parts cache is good for your buddy. Since you were looking 21/22 you might want to reconsider on the 23...its yours if you want it but if not we will offer it again TBlack
  12. I have a less than complete 1923 engine that belongs to my neighbor. It is missing the smaller valve cages, the fan and starter generator and side sheet metal. The engine turns over the upper cylinder block seems to be crack free. The water pump the water pump gear and the engine gears are there, so are the lifters and pushrods. The 3 gears will change out as a set to a 21 or 22 buick, desirable as they are all metal not fiber. Priced to sell $125 and you pick up. T Black
  13. I'll get a picture tomorrow. There are also part numbers on the the Parts that hold the axle to the springs they also were not lining up with anything chevy so maybe you can find them in your pontiac book
  14. Maybe the uptick was due to the introduction of the free wheeling transmission (32 on chevies) they got rid of it in 33. I doubt prohibition actually refrained anyone from drinking...Per the cruise speed 40 was nice on my 22 buick roadster...35 was comfortable on my 4 cylinder buicks
  15. 6 bolt pattern same as a chevy....the stamped number on the carrier is R63060.....there is a lone P stamped also the top of the Carrier in the Same place as a lone C is stamped on my chevy rear end...maybe P is for Pontiac
  16. I have an engine(Stuck) but running when parked 40 years ago, transmission, a radiator and a couple of fuel pumps left over from a couple of stude 2r's i was working on. $75 takes it all unfortunately you have to pick up.....Tblack
  17. I have a rear end that came with a chevy i bought...none of the numbers jive with chevy parts books. Perhaps it is a pontiac. It has a torque tube. Did early oakland/pontiacs also use a torque tube? If not then I'm on the wrong forum to get me started...TBlack
  18. A guess but based on Buicks I had I would say late teens as the wheel has a wooden felloe as opposed to metal.
  19. 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.
  20. 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
  21. 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
  22. 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 next generation will take a liking to these old relics.
  23. 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.
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