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  1. Hi. Hope someone can help me out here ! I live in the Uk and have an original RHD 34 Buick series 90 trunk back sedan. I want to uprate the rear end ratio so she sits happy at 70-80 mph rather than 45-50 ! Whilst keeping the car as original as possible. Has anyone done this sucessfully ? Does anyone manufacture a differant ratio rearend that fits ? Any tips or leads greatly appreciated.
  2. Wanting to purchase one 16" artillery style wheel as found on 34 Studebaker. 5 x 5-1/2" lug pattern. I have three 17" wheels I would consider selling or trading in exchange for one last 16" I require. Any help would be appreciated. E-mail for more dimensions or photos please. dusty1313@cox.net .
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    1934PE convertible Thermostat

    I'm just completing engine block repairs probably caused by age and overheating and would appreciate some opinions on the thermostat. This is the flathead block with just the head area water cooled. Ive taken it out and tested it and it works fine but my Mechanic suggests I leave it out permanently and warm the engine by remaining stationery for 5 minutes. His theory is this will ensure I won't get any overheating problems in the future. The car is mainly used for short journeys but might well be used for slightly longer journeys in future. The Jury is out....opinions please
  4. Hi, i live in Argentina and have a Buick 1934 56S. This is a beautifull car but a need some parts. Here is not easy to find this car. I need the shell/grill and headlights with mount. Thank you very much Jorge Cordoba Argentina
  5. Hi, I became the happy owner of both a 50 and 60 series Victoria coupes recently. The 50 is in pieces and boxes and has no running gear, the 60 is complete but a bit rough and will need major work all over. Both cars are in different states currently many hundreds of miles from here. The 50 is really solid, little rust . Is there anyone that knows if the bodies of the 2 cars are the same exact size and could be interchangeable on the frames. Also, does anyone know what the differences in the sheetmetal are? Are the grilles the same, and the bumpers etc? Also, does anyone know of a great place for reproduction 34/35 Buick parts is ? I'd like to eventually have both cars up and running in the future, but the 50 series on the 60 frame could really speed things up, I think. Any thoughts and info on this is greatly appreciated, Thanks, in advance.
  6. Gorgeous 34' Phaeton for sale in MI. Freshly painted in Black Cherry. Ready to go. PLEASE call for details (I have this posted for the owner) Buick V-8 driving wonderfully. $45,000 or reasonable offer. It's a piece of history. CALL 517.676.5651 LEAVE A MESSAGE if no answer, it's finally nice enough to go outside in Mi.
  7. looking for spare wheel covers for 1934 Packard V12. please email partex-zakaz@att.net thank you
  8. The left one is mine, which I would like to identify. The right one is definitely a 1934 Buick Godess. Much shorter hair than mine.:cool:
  9. If you look under the Mopar thread, you will see my postings about the '34 Chrysler CA sedan I just purchased about 2 weeks ago. I got it home and running and then lost my storage. Its a long story but the result is I have to leave the car outside or sell it. it is just way to nice to leave outside even if covered so I want to find a new home for it. I bought the car for $8500 and that's all I am looking for it. I also bought the service manual, used hood ornament and a few other small parts I will include. The car is located in Simsbury CT. Please contact me at ctcarguy@gmail.com and I will send you my phone number. I hope to take some better pictures today and will post them. I want this car to stay at is should be and not hot rodded. It's just too nice. Thanks. Larry
  10. New price of $19,500 This is a nice, driving car that needs little to be great. The Good; It is currently titled and registered in North Carolina. It is about 99% rust free with no rust repair that I have found. It was a frame off restoration a few years ago. The chassis looks brand new. The brake system is entirely new and works perfect. The engine runs great and is the original with matching numbers with the frame and body. Paint is presentable but not perfect. Rebuilt generator. The Areas of Concern; There is a finger length spot of rust bubbles below the driver's door. The original interior fabric needs refinished. The fuel gauge is inoperable as is the oil pressure. The spare tire cover and passenger door lock key is missing. The roof insert is nice but the edging is not perfect. The driver's side glass has a crack. The passenger side glass has a chip. Heater needs hooked up properly. The tires are not perfect but are road worthy. I would be more than happy to share pics of your request. I am asking $19,500 and am open to all offers or trades. ronbarbarino@gmail.com Thanks, Ron
  11. Wanted 1934 Dodge pick up headlights, lenses, reflectors or complete also need running boards. Thank you.
  12. A few years ago I found a treasure - One that has stood still since year 1957. I saw this car back in 2000, but his owner said that he would never sell his pearl, but I was lucky and got the chance to take over this adult puzzles and now need some more info to continue with the reustaration and that's where you come into the picture. Finally i have found this place and maby someone who might help me to straighten out some question marks =) Have been looking for material on libraries in Sweden and the U.S., surfed the internet and purchased CDs with the name Graham 1934 on, purchased the original manual and Chilton Flat Rate and Service Manual 14: ed from 1940 but without much success and I would be pleased if you could help me with a few photos of this kind car and everything that you would care to share. (I am the onley one who have a Graham Model 68 in Sweden but we have 11 more Grahams) I wonder, among other things, how to mount the bumpers in the front, how the attachments should look like How to lock the inserts in the headlights - how it looks and works How the interior lighting in the backseat would look like. If you know someone who sells the engineering handbook or sell a copy of it I would be forever greatful ... and here there are a few pictures of my car: http://www.junior.n.nu/motoriskt Hope You Will Have A Wonderful Day Junior Hellkvist - Sweden
  13. Professionally restored 1993. One of 10 known. PAC Best of Show, Pre-War, 1993. CCCA 100 pts, 1995. AACA Joseph Parkin Award 1996. ODPC Preservation. Completed Spring Tour to Bristol, 2009. Black with black leather interior and tan top. $170,000.00 rwoolfitt@cox.net More photos at: http://www.caroholic.com/34_1101.htm
  14. Professionally restored 1992. CCCA, 100 pts, 1993. PAC National, 100 pts, 1993. AACA Grand National, 1994. Selected for PAC Anniversary Opus Magnum, Warren, OH, 1999. ODPC Preservation. Just completed ODPC Spring Tour to Wilmington, DE and CCCA CARavan in Williamsburg. Authentic Packard Bruce Blue Pearlite, striped gray wool interior. $95,000.00 rwoolfitt@cox.net More photos at: http://www.caroholic.com/34_1101_2.htm
  15. Does anyone have any good pictures of the rear end from all perspectives? The one under my vehicle has some welding on it and I am not sure if some welds were factory and some were done at a later date. I am not sure at this point if I can use the rear end or if I will have to replace it. Any help/guidance would be appreciated. Thanks and happy holidays to all, Mark
  16. I picked up this old Dodge 4 door and I was told it is a 34. It's almost complete, however, I can not verify the model or year. Can anyone offer any help on this? I have always restored Mustangs, so this is my first shot at a 30's Dodge. The tag on the firewall has "DR31677S", any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance, Mark
  17. 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!
  18. Hi everyone I,m just the new kid on the block when it comes to restoring the classic cars. I think I picked a good one for the first one a 1934 buick sr.40 club sedan. It looks like all the parts are there and then some. It has the original 233 straight eight with 76,000 mi unfortunatly the timing chain was so worn it bent three push rods. Thats where I need some help. I'm looking for anybody who could point me in the right direction in rebuilding her. Thanks for the help anything is appreciated.
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