Xander Wildeisen

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  1. I have driven #1,3 and 4. All are tight on interior room. The Jag and Vette sound really great shifting through the gears.
  2. I like it. Paint cracking on the door shows the age of the build. That would explain the style of interior. Franklinman is right about the front end not being in scale to carry all of the lights. Looks good, just needs to be the size of a Packard to have that much stuff look right. I think the chop goes well with how the car is finished out.
  3. https://klamath.craigslist.org/cto/d/klamath-falls-1933-pontiac/6912693576.html
  4. I can not believe you just said that.
  5. I have always been able to use a tank from this company. Maybe a universal tank, maybe a tank made for a different make of car around the same year. So many different tanks are made, you can find one that will work, if your is bad. Nobody makes one for Hudson's. Find one that works. http://www.tanksinc.com/index.cfm
  6. The motor mounts are sitting in the trunk. I bet the engine is resting on the center pivot steering. No way a person is going to turn those tires. My guess is the car was at a shop, and the owner told his helper that he had to work late, until the engine was in the car.
  7. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1950-50-Hudson-Pacemaker-4-Door-Sedan-WILL-NOT-PART-OUT/183457309210?_trkparms=aid%3D111001%26algo%3DREC.SEED%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20180105095853%26meid%3D2ebd48f861a142b28e35e64a93f3bfa7%26pid%3D100903%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D20%26sd%3D183457309210%26itm%3D183457309210&_trksid=p2509164.c100903.m5276
  8. https://stockton.craigslist.org/cto/d/manteca-rare-1937-hudson-terraplane/6904183840.html
  9. The Hudson coupe is a good one, both the 1940 and the 1952. The 46-47 Hudson sedan has fender lights on it. Custom gold in those hills. I have watched all of the Barn Find Hunter shows. Good stuff is still out there.
  10. If that truck came out of the Portland area, it might have been sold by a guy named Bob. He has a bunch of Studebakers. (if it is the same truck) I know Bob got his from a guy named Wally out of La grande OR. Again, if it the same truck. Looks like it. But who knows, there are a lot of trucks floating around this part of the country. Still have a lot of parts for sale. And free hood Friday is right around the corner. Place your orders now, and beat the rush.
  11. I think it is sold. Owner called, had a few questions about the vin number location stamped on the frame. I know the buyer, if the sale goes through.