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  1. I havve recently acquired this vehicle, primarily as a woodie fan. It has been up in Idaho for about ten years, pretty much out of sight. I understand it was in Florida before that and appeared at some meets in the 1970s. Any information or insight on this car or on how to find out more is appreciated.
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    Is this a late 20's buick?

    Hello, Is this a 1927 or 1928 buick? Master Six or what type? 95% sure that is a 1928 New Brunswick license plate. The bumper has 3 sections, which I think is a big key to what year or type it is? Thank you for any help! Photo below:
  3. ATTACH=CONFIG]306778[/ATTACH]Currently working on restoring a 1928 Buick in my high school auto maintenance class. We recently realized we were missing our front wheel bearing cone. We are having lots of trouble finding this part locally, so any help would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Looking for a radiator for a 1928 Studebaker Victoria Big Six GH series. I believe that a late 20s Studebaker Commander will work. Also Passenger side door window.
  5. I am in need of the following parts for my 1928 Chevy National Series AB Sedan (4cyl) 361964 - Speedometer drive gear with driven gear (my parts list describes it as 4-11 teeth) 343881 - Universal joint assembly 348131 - Universal joint collar retainer including seal (seal part no. - 348259) I am located in the UK and would appreciate any help in sourcing these parts. Many thanks.
  6. This hood has a crease very similar to 1929 Buick, but the crease gets shallower toward the rear, and the area surrounding the side louvers is raised, which is not on the Buick. Another unusual feature is there is no seam at the front / rear edges- usually the sheetmetal on a hood is folded 1/4 inch along the sheared edges to add stiffness and reduce paint chipping. What car does it fit ?
  7. Give me a call if you are in need of and would like photos. $200 OBO. Frank @ (813) 445-0315.
  8. 1928 Lincoln Model L,7-Passenger Sedan Body style 153 Professionally restored in2008. Uncle Dick bought this car from California about 10 years ago. It was a straight original good running car. He proceeded to have itpainted and upholstered and all plating done, as well as replacingthe glass with safety glass. We estimate that he had about $60,000invested. Current asking price is $35,000. Only details remain to becompleted, for instance the speedometer cable is missing. Likewise,the dashboard clock. Some attention has to be paid to the originalignition switch, now bypassed. Extra covers were made to protect theshow stoppingly beautiful upholstery. A heater was installed, aswell as a battery cut-off safety switch. Enclosed trailer alsoavailable. The car is now inmid-Michigan. There are 79,000 miles on the odometer. This carstarts, runs, shifts and stops as it should. It is a joy to drive. A short video of a start and drive of this car is available on YouTube search for 1928 Lincoln Please call Dan Shafarman at 517 487-6534 to make an offer or to ask questions.
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    Authenticating a 1928 Franklin

    My name is Scott Versaw and I am a student in the Auto Restoration program at McPherson College in McPherson KS. McPherson College was the first (and still only?) 4-year college to offer a degree in Auto Restoration. I am part of a team that has been assigned the task of "authenticating" a 1928 Franklin owned by the college. In other words, we need to research whether the car is made up of parts that match and were correct for 1928. I've done some research through this AACA site and the Franklin club, but I'd like some help making a list of any characteristics that were common and/or unique to 1928 Series 12 cars. Can anyone help with this list? In other words, if you look at an alleged 1928 Series 12 car, what would you look to confirm that it is in fact a 1928 Series 12? Thanks for any help you can provide. I'll be at McPherson College for the next 2 years. If you are in the area of McPherson KS feel free to contact me and I'll be glad to give you a tour.
  10. Wanted for a 1928 GMC fire truck which uses a 1927 Buick 274 in-line 6 we need an exhaust manifold and the carburetor riser (Marvel updraft).ffice:office" /><O:p></O:p> Casting number on the manifold is 204484-2 and the number from the parts book is 201704. The parts book number for the riser is M146-535.<O:p></O:p> any assistance is greatly appreciated. I do not have Buick parts book however I believe 1927 and 1928 Buick Master are the same as these GMC parts. E-mail kelley@ccrutah.com Thanks!
  11. i am working on a 1928 buick master six and i need to get the thermostat rebuilt does anyone know where i can get this done i need to know as soon as possible.
  12. Dear All, I am looking for information regarding 1928 Buick’s models and the correspondent Fisher Job and/or body number especially interested with the data regarding the 128" (50, 51 and 54) models and the following Fisher job #7670, 7680 and #7690. Many thanks in advance, Shahar
  13. I'm new to the forum and am not sure if I'm posting in the correct section but I need some help. I recently purchased a heavily rusted 1928 Dodge Brothers dump truck for a yard art project. My truck has dual rear wheels on what appear to be early Budd style hubs. My wheels are so badly rusted that they cannot be used. I need to find some replacement wheels or will have to make my own. This truck will never again be on a highway and a couple of pounds of air are all that's required to hold the tires into shape . The truck will be on stands but will appear to be on the ground when finsihed. Can anyone give me some advice or suggestions for tire and wheel options? I would prefer to stay with very used tires and wheels to keep the look correct. Thanks in advance! Larry http://photos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs989.snc4/76203_1334956472306_1782918014_636380_5923058_s.jpg
  14. 1928 Ford Phaeton Model A Hot Custom Kustom Rat Rod Vintage Steel Body Call 407 463 6780 Asking 21,000 lets make a deal. Lake City Florida See Pics Here 1928 Ford Phaeton - YouTube
  15. At the end of the first clip racing on ice. The rakish silver colored thing is in fact a British chain-gang Frazer-Nash, body built in Stockholm by Hofslageribolaget. The Bugatti Type 30 that Erik Åkerlund owned in 1924 participates also. Paramountjournalen 1928 (februari) (1928) - Filmarkivet German Otto Mertz demostrates a blown Mercedes-Benz sportscar: Paramountjournalen 1928 (oktober) (1928) - Filmarkivet
  16. I just bought a 1928 Dodge Victory Six. I have no experience working on old Dodge's and have a few questions that I hope someone will be able to answer for me: 1. What is the normal running temperature? 2. Does the impeller on the water pump inside of the block face flat side in or flat side out? 3. The manual says to use alcohol. Can I use antifreeze instead or will it cause damage? I appreciate any help I can get. Thanks.
  17. Hey guys new to this forum. just found a 1928 dodge 4 door sedan body for sale near me. it is in near perfect condition no extras just the body. the guy wants 1750. is this a decent price for that body?
  18. Fully original 1928 Nash for sale in Chicago area. All original with rare luggage rack. Breaks and electrical re-done, but missing hood. Will sell as whole car or consider parting out. Please make an offer... serious inquiries only. Can provide pictures upon request.
  19. Need a cylinder head for my 1928 Chrysler Series 62. I have a friend looking for several items for his 1926 Imperial. He needs shocks, door handles and a visor. Thanks, Robert Soule rms@chryslercrazy.comffice:office" /><O:p></O:p>
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    Peerless 6-60 Sedan 1928

    My family has had a 1928 Peerless 6-60 Sedan for over 40 years now. Most of that time it has been in our garage safe and sound. Since we haven't used it at all, we were thinking about selling it. The car was bought in Finland in the late 20's and grandfather bought it in 1966 from the first owner. It has been driven for about 30 000 miles and it is in its original condition. Could say it's good as new. The car was repainted with cellulose enamel, the engine was dismantled, the cylinders were honed and new piston rings were installed in 1967-1968. So the car is located in Finland. I've only managed to find a little information about the pricing of the vehicle so I figured this forum would be the right place to ask. Here's a link with a picture of the car taken in 1976. I can post more pics of the car later if needed. http://forums.aaca.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=75115&stc=1&d=1294921925
  21. Wanted for a 1928 GMC fire truck which uses a Buick 274 in-line 6 we need an exhaust manifold and the carburetor riser (Marvel updraft).ffice:office" /><O:p></O:p> Casting number on the manifold is 204484-2 and the number from the parts book is 201704. The parts book number for the riser is M146-535. I do not have a Buick Master parts book from this year however I am certain the Master uses the same parts and I also believe 1927 and 1928 are the same. Any assistance is greatly appreciated. E-mail kelley@ccrutah.com<O:p></O:p>
  22. Horn Button Gas Cap Splash Pans Sediment Bowl for S/W Vacuum Tank Please contact me if you have, or know where I can get, any of these items. Thanks, Mike Dodge Naples, FL
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