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  1. Ok, another question for you guys. I’m still trying to get my ’30 Commander FD started (or at least cough over or sputter or something!). I’ve replaced the plugs and plug wires and put a new coil in, and I have spark at the plugs when I crank it over with the starter, but I get nothing, even with starter fluid. Not even a kick or any other signs of life. I did remove the distributor to clean it, and at first I thought I had reinstalled it backwards, i.e. the plug was firing at the bottom of the stroke rather than the top. But it looks like the distributor shaft can only engage the crank in one position so I’m assuming that’s not the problem. I haven’t done anything with the carb yet, but I figure that even if the carb needs to be rebuilt, the engine should at least kick with the starter fluid in the cylinders and the plugs firing. Any suggestions??</SPAN> Thanks in advance.</SPAN> Dunc126
  2. Hello all, I am in the process of looking into having some spark, light, and throttle levers cast in brass for my 1930 Commander FD. I've found a local foundry here in Chicago which is able to do small order casting and I wondering if anyone needs additional copies of these levers. I'm not sure if there's a discount for bulk orders, but I just wanted to throw it out there to see if there's any intrest. Let me know. Thanks.
  3. Good afternoon, This is my first question so please bear with me. I acquired a 1930 Commander FD 8 cyl. and I am in the process of trying to get it started. I've removed the cylinder head, polished the combustion chambers, disassembled, cleaned, and reassembled the distributer, replaced the plug and coil wires, and replaced the coil and coil-to-ignition wires. Here’s my problem, I have current at the coil, but when I crank the engine, no spark at the plugs. I’m assuming it’s a problem in the distributer. Does anyone have any suggestions on what might be wrong? Are there any common fault points I should check first?</SPAN> Thanks in advance!</SPAN>
  4. Hello all, I am in the process of looking into having some spark, light, and throttle levers cast in brass for my 1930 Commander FD. I've found a local foundry here in Chicago which is able to do small order casting and I wondering if anyone needs additional copies of these levers. I'm not sure if there's a discount for bulk orders, but I just wanted to throw it out there to see if there's any intrest. Let me know. Thanks.
  5. I picked this up and I am trying to ID it. Looking at some images/pages on the net it may be used on 1928, 1929 or 1930. But I would like verification if possible please. It's labeled as a Stant Manufacturing patent number 1806.244. Here are some links that I am using for information. Studebaker radiator cap | Patent Room Studebaker Commander Model GJ 1929 radiator cap | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Studebaker Commander Model GJ 1929 radiator cap http://forums.aaca.org/f126/radiator-cap-1929-dictator-272567.html I have it for sale on eBay- Studebaker Stant Radiator Cap 1928 1929 | eBay
  6. Studebaker Rectangular Porcelain sign 2 sided 3' X 5' Comes with hanging ring Condition side 1 8.5 Condition side 2 8.5 Very nice gloss $4800.00 OBO You can email me at mikeschwabsigns@gmail.com or call me on my cell 23nine-404-one972 Goto http://mikeschwabsigns.com to see additional pictures Thanks!
  7. PARTS WANTED: I'm the owner of a restored 1939 Studebaker President Hearse in Brisbane Australia. I am chasing mouldings to finish her the vehicle off: 1/ Drivers/passenger stainless strips that run horizonally along side of door 2/ The same short Cowl stainless dress strips (left and right hand sides) 3/ Die cast hood/bonnet mouldings (left and rights hand sides) 4/ Dashboard chrome "[" -shaped stainless dress strip Any condition suitable for re-chroming. Any assistance/ leads would be much appreciated. JACK SIM, Owner, Brisbane Ghost Tours - www.brisbaneghosttours.com.au
  8. I am considering buying a 1925 standard six Studebaker Duplex Phaeton. I'd like some help in determining just how rare this car is or isn't. It seems Studebaker produced 133,104 autos in 1925 but I would like to find out how many were Duplex Phaetons. Any help or direction would be appreciated. Thanks Tom in Indiana
  9. I'm a new member to AACA and my father and I are beginning to restore his 1929 Studebaker. I'm simply looking for advice on how to go about this project. Don't want to go into something this big completely blind. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks
  10. Does anyone know where I could find NOS brake drums for a 39 studebaker president? 4C, 5C 1938, 1939. Thanks James
  11. I will RENT but prefer to BUY. for my 25 special six, Thanks Kenny Z ////newstu
  12. I'm looking for a 1930-35 vintage Bendix Scintilla model VAG8-D3 magneto or very similar for a replica of a Studebaker Indy car. See picture below. Gary Ash Dartmouth, MA
  13. I'm looking for a ballpark value of my late fathers studebaker. We hauled it into the shop about 8 years ago and started to dismantle it but never got any further. All the parts that were removed were stored and labelled. Here's a couple links to some photos I took and a short You Tube video. I'm just looking for a rough value. Thank you in advance for any help! Link to the photo album https://skydrive.live.com/redir.aspx?cid=a15809012f391a72&page=play&resid=A15809012F391A72!725&authkey=gu7WDin9tEY%24 Link to the You Tube Video
  14. I am trying to find a few parts to complete a 1932 Studebaker St. Regis. It is the 6 cylinder model. I believe a model 54. I need the following: The hood center strip. The windshielld frame. The radiator core support. The braces that connect and support the front fenders. They go from the grill to the fender on each side. The brackets that attach the oval headlights to the fenders. I have rear fenders that appear not to be Studebaker. They can be altered to fit, but I would prefer to find sone orginals in good or reasonable condition. Thanks, Bernie 828-231-1142 bernie@abemeblem.com
  15. How hard do you drive it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cb3f4tNUhs
  16. FOR SALE: A GORGEOUS 1957 STUDEBAKER GOLDEN HAWK SUPERCHARGED!! THIS CAR IS PART OF MY LATE DAD'S VAST COLLECTION OF ANTIQUE COLLECTOR CARS. I AM NOT A CAR EXPERT AT ALL. SINCE LISTING THIS CAR, I HAVE BEEN INFORMED BY YOUR PANEL OF COLLECTORS THAT EVEN THOUGH WHEN MY FATHER BOUGHT THIS CAR, IT WAS REPRESENTED TO HIM AS BEING "FULLY RESTORED," YOU PANEL OF COLLECTORS HAVE ADVISED ME THAT IT IS PROBABLY AN OLDER RESTORATION. IT STARTS RIGHT UP AND RUNS LIKE A TOP!! WE ARE SELLING THIS CAR FOR $46,000 OBO. THE CAR IS LOCATED IN NORTH TEXAS. THE CAR IS A STUDEBAKER 289 V-8 with a McCullock Supercharger producing 275 horsepower. In it's day, the Golden Hawk was compared with the Chrysler 300B, Ford Thunderbird and Chevrolet Corvette. 0 to 60 MPH was 7.8 and top speeds as 125 miles per hour. The Golden Hawk was one of the very first "muscle cars" As the final years of Studebaker, now Studebaker-Packard were coming to end, this design combined with state of the art engineering produced a magnificent statement for the company that started out making Conestoga Wagons. Contact: Sherry (830) 456-5141 sherryg@ktc.com
  17. For ffice:smarttags" /><?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com</st1:City><ST1:place w:st="on">Sale</ST1:place>! Don’t separate the twins!! $7,900 takes both! 1923 Studebaker roadster (light 6 I am told) and 1923 Dodge Brothers Touring Car. ffice:office" /><O:p></O:p> The Dodge is in good shape and was in running condition when previous owner passed away 5 years ago.. It is complete with 5 new Firestone tires( 5.25X21), A new Northeast Electric Co. starter/generator, mileage odometer shows 25,926 miles. The top is complete, but needs new fabric. Rust is very little. Should be an easy project for rehab. 4 cyl. Motor block numbers include 19-233 and 5722. The Studebaker roadster was reported to be a light 6 , and the seized motor was replaced with a big or special 6. Numbers include serial # 1071428 , Mileage 14,544. Head 6 cyl.#120445-5, exhaust manifold#120459, Rt. side of block#31824 and 120-442-5, distributor is Remy 826A. The wheels are 12 spoke and in good condition . The tires are 33x4.5 rear and 32x4 on the front . It needs a generator, radiator cap, seat and to be put back together. I have hinges for the passenger door and the drivers door is hinged and in good shape. The rear fenders need welded up, and dents removed. It is a rolling chassis, with flat tires. I have a good Ohio title. I have sandblasted the doors and the rt. front fender, but am focusing on several other hotrod projects ( 1952 Ford COE) and 1929 Ford Model A Roadster, and they provide more attention than my 76 yr. old body can take! <O:p></O:p> These vehicles have great potential and my price is firm! I have more pictures and will answer all questions that I am capable of. Rod <st1:City w:st="on"><ST1:place w:st="on">Griffin</ST1:place></st1:City> 740-698-0435
  18. Asking $25,000 This beautiful car can be seen in person in Lodi, CA. Visit For Sale: 1956 Studebaker Commander 4 Door Sedan for all of the details and more photos! Thanks for looking!
  19. I have a copier machine copy of the 56 studebaker truck owners manual, $10.. 336-765-8312, jerry whitfield, winston salem NC wwhitfield@triad.rr.com
  20. Help! I would like to restore a 1934 Studebaker Commander Regal Sedan. The car ran when parked in the barn 20 years ago. Appears to be more or less complete. Does anyone have any idea what it would be worth restored? We need to know if it is worth doing..... I have a relative who will complete the work, so I can save a little $$$ there. Thanks!
  21. <TABLE id=post825187 class=tborder2 border=0 cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=6 width="100%" align=center><TBODY><TR vAlign=top><TD id=td_post_825187 class=alt3>on Ebay: literature, 54-55 studebaker & Lark<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <HR SIZE=1><!-- google_ad_section_start -->hi I have this literature on ebay now: 1955 Studebaker passenger car Shop manual <TD class=inf_lab vAlign=top width="1%" align=left>Item number:</TD><TD vAlign=top>290510401047</TD>Use your scroll bar to scroll horizontally to see all items. Any questions, email me at wwhitfield@triad.rr.com 1955 Studebaker owners manual <TD class=inf_lab vAlign=top width="1%" align=left>Item number:</TD><TD vAlign=top>290510403269 <TD class="dt-rowSeptr dt-alignLft my_itl-alT">Auction</TD><TD class="dt-rowSeptr dt-alignLft my_itl-alT"> 1962 Studebaker Lark color sales brochure <TD class=inf_lab vAlign=top width="1%" align=left>Item number:</TD><TD vAlign=top>290510408984 1963 Studebaker Lark color accessories brochure <TD class=inf_lab vAlign=top width="1%" align=left>Item number:</TD><TD vAlign=top>290510410632 1963 Studebaker Lark "Girl Meets Lark" brochure RARE! <TD class=inf_lab vAlign=top width="1%" align=left>Item number:</TD><TD vAlign=top>290510417187 Studebaker Accessories brochure <TD class=inf_lab vAlign=top width="1%" align=left>Item number:</TD><TD vAlign=top>290510419246 thankyou Jerry Whitfield in North Carolina USA</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
  22. hi I have this literature on ebay now: 1955 Studebaker passenger car Shop manual <TD class=inf_lab width="1%" valign="top" align="left">Item number:</TD><TD valign="top">290510401047</TD> 1955 Studebaker owners manual <TD class=inf_lab width="1%" valign="top" align="left">Item number:</TD><TD valign="top">290510403269 <TD class="dt-rowSeptr dt-alignLft my_itl-alT">Auction</TD><TD class="dt-rowSeptr dt-alignLft my_itl-alT"> 1962 Studebaker Lark color sales brochure <TD class=inf_lab width="1%" valign="top" align="left">Item number:</TD><TD valign="top">290510408984 1963 Studebaker Lark color accessories brochure <TD class=inf_lab width="1%" valign="top" align="left">Item number:</TD><TD valign="top">290510410632 1963 Studebaker Lark "Girl Meets Lark" brochure RARE! <TD class=inf_lab width="1%" valign="top" align="left">Item number:</TD><TD valign="top">290510417187 Studebaker Accessories brochure <TD class=inf_lab width="1%" valign="top" align="left">Item number:</TD><TD valign="top">290510419246 thankyou Jerry Whitfield in North Carolina USA</TD></TD> </TD></TD></TD> </TD></TD>
  23. 1954 Studebaker sales brochure, 14.5" x 10.5", 12 beautiful color pages of all the studebaker lineup for 1954. $14.99, 336-765-8312, winston salem, N.Carolina, email: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com
  24. hi I have currently on ebay a pair of 1955 commander front bumper guards with fog lights ebay #290501697983 and 1954 sales brochure showing the full product line ebay # 290501277246. Jerry Whitfield.
  25. hi I have currently on ebay a pair of 1955 commander front bumper guards with fog lights #290501697983 and 1954 sales brochure showing the full product line # 290501277246. Jerry Whitfield