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  1. Good Afternoon all, Because of the interest various folks have expressed in the modification which is made to the coolant bypass valve to address certain overheating situations in our pre-war Straight 8 Buicks, I have posted the files which address this modification to my personal website. This documentation is specific to a 1937 Century, but I believe it is applicable to most pre-war 8-cylinder Buicks, both large and small series. You can read a summary of the symptoms, diagnostics and download the files here: http://2experts.org/Vehicles/Buick/Coolant_Bypass.htm -- Best Regards, Jon B Kanas Website: http://www.2experts.org Longmont, Colorado; Cultural Center of the Universe
  2. I am planning to change my manual gear box from 1936 to a newer one. I was lucky I fióund a manual transmission from 1953 with OD (R10). Do any have some ideas how much trouble I will run in to? Will the R10 <gs id="a550fd16-cf6c-4db5-9d78-c922ebdd81fa" ginger_software_uiphraseguid="a71284c5-569f-4de8-a7f5-f8e11bcb12d5" class="GINGER_SOFTWARE_mark"><gs id="7ff29b33-4519-4a24-990e-777306640ea2" ginger_software_uiphraseguid="52b089c5-b71f-4469-a923-ae2195809db3" class="GINGER_SOFTWARE_mark">fit</gs></gs> at all? Should I use the <gs id="274256c0-b296-4c60-a492-23eb41f6bc72" ginger_software_uiphraseguid="fa386056-975b-423c-bcc9-c75e7a0ad00a" class="GINGER_SOFTWARE_mark"><gs id="331c8e84-8b0f-4e4d-9796-68d56b0414f5" ginger_software_uiphraseguid="3bf5cc98-c75a-446f-8950-1eeec878547d" class="GINGER_SOFTWARE_mark">bellhouse</gs></gs> from 1936 or from 1953? The OD is a selector base gearbox and they didn't have floor shift. Anyone having some experience from doing this?
  3. This amazing car is for sale listed on Craigslist - Omaha Nebraska. 1936 Chrysler Airstream C7 4dr Barn Fresh! - $7300 (Dallas Center,IA)
  4. Im searching for a complete car or just a body in almost any shape, dont need engine, front clip, Axels and so on. Ola
  5. Too many projects going on, not enough storage! Location Midland, Michigan. I've decided to try and sell my 1936 Terraplane. This is a true survivor. Very solid car, spent decades stored in an Iowa barn, I am the third owner. The previous owner took out the front door glass for replacement. All the glass is delaminating and needs replacement. The car has the rare full hubcaps (missing one). Original interior, original paint that cleaned up well in the few spots I tested, equiped with the electric hand column shifter. The car is not running at this time, the previous owner removed the engine out of the car but never worked on it. It turns over a full 360 with no problems. It is the larger 1937 flathead 6 engine that must have been swapped in at some point and comes with an extra transmission. The body on this car has a few dents but no rot... its amazing what no salt on the roads will leave you with! Asking $4600, thats what it cost me to bring it home, not trying to make a fortune but the car is truly worth it in this condition.
  6. Helping a friend sell his 1936 Ford Tudor, Standard, Humpback Sedan. All original, 4 owners, always garaged, RARE LB V-8 engine. 1 repaint, 1 engine rebuild, 63K miles. $19,995.00...fordtrk56@gmail.com..Located in southern California
  7. I'm need the size and where I might find 1936 dodge front door to cab hinge screws any ideas they do have to have the slot head
  8. I just saw on E-bay a handmade tail pan kit for the '36 Dodge/Ply. touring sedan. I have come across this part and the body sills on other websites . I need both of these parts and because they're "handmade" I was a little hesitant to buy. Here's my question, has anyone out there ever bought and used any of the reproduction sheet metal? Is it correct , does it fit(within reason) and is it worth the money. I don't like buying parts that I can't inspect beforehand, especially parts that are nonreturnable!. Any input would be appreciated. These repairs are holding up my restoration and there is no one in my area who will tackle these parts and they're a bit beyond my abilities with metal. Thanks Jim
  9. HelloI am helping my Father sell his 1936 Dodge brothers 4 door sedan. I finally got it pulled out of the barn and have some pictures of the car. Running boards, rear fenders, extra grill,head lights and tail lights are inside the car. We are asking $4000. or best offer I have and can take more pictures if you need them. Curtis
  10. I've got a 1936 Canopy Express (Produce Truck) and I've got a couple of questions: - Was the 1936 model only made for 6 months, as I have heard? Any idea on the # made? surviving? - I've got some bad wood and some bad bed sides. Is the Canopy Express bed the same as the pickup bed? Same Fenders? Thanks, Shawn
  11. 1936 Buick Roadmaster 80 Series for sale, 4 door, hard top, complete, all chrome and stainless redone, new wiring harness, new rubber/felt, newer wide whitewall tires, new exhaust, repainted, original rust free car, excellent wood, last run 10 years ago when I parked it in the garage, Motrorola Radio, some spare parts, all new brake systems installed 10 years ago, with silicone fluid in the master cylinder... asking $15,000, Chicago, IL area, call Brian 312 617 8269 or brian.burda@gmail.com
  12. I have a 1936 Lincoln coupe V12 'K' series car that I am having a hard time finding parts for. I need head gaskets...actually a whole engine gasket kit would be preferred, a radiator, and a shop manual. Any leads would be appreciated. This is not a HV-12. It is a KV-12, factory equipped. Thanks! sean seant2218@yahoo.com
  13. Looking for a good '36 chevy standard front crossmember to replace my bad one... send me a PM with what you have.
  14. My father has owned a '36 GMC for as long as I can remember, and it has been sitting in the garage waiting for it's restoration for just as long. I'm trying to spur him to finally get to work on the rig but wanted some advice from the folks here first on the viability of going back to all original as compared to some other option. Here's what I know, sorry for no pics but he's half a country away at present so I cannot take any and he is not computer literate. Body, bed and fenders are fully intact, I believe he also has many trim items like bumpers, grille, door handles, wheel mounts, and so on. Body has very little rust and is re-primered every so many years. Chassis is intact. No engine or transmission. No interior or seats. No dash components or gauges. No glass. This will not be done to show standards, just a truck for my pops to run around in and have fun cruising. It won't be built for resell so that doesn't factor in, it will be handed down through the family. He will accordingly not be looking to spend "restoration" dollars on this, and we will be doing most or all of the work. I am just starting to look into this for him and you're my first stop for info. What is parts availability on a truck like this, even repro? Of the items mentioned, what missing parts will be the hardest to locate either used or repro? Where are the best places to look, there is a company that advertises on Speed Channel for their old truck catalogs but those don't cover this age of GMC. What is the best engine option if we want to go for near original, whats out there? Is this truck destined to become a street or rat rod or can it be made whole for reasonable cost, that's what I'm after. If all else fails he may put the body on a modern diesel chassis (keeping all the unused parts) and leave it to the next generation to restore if it comes to that. Also does anyone know the numbers these were made in or an estimate about how many survive today, or are registered? Thank you!
  15. HELP!! I've been looking everywhere for a kingpin kit for my '36 Dodge 1 1/2 ton truck . I've tried everywhere I can think of - Vintage power wagons, Andy Bernbaum. Kanter, Rare parts... etc, etc. Can anyone help!?!? Thanks in advance, Pete
  16. I have what I believe to be a 1936 Packard Trunk for sale. It is in very good shape, just does not have the inside drawers and shelves. I am not able to get the pictures to upload for some reason but here is the link to the craigslist ad packard motor company trunk Please email if interested. Thank you Todd
  17. I am in desperate need for a set of dog dish caps for a 1936 Oldsmobile Touring Sedan. This is the last piece I need and I have not been able to locate them thus far. If you have any, or know someone who has some, please reach out to me. My email is Josh.k.simmons@gmail.com. Thanks
  18. 1937 MG TA VIN TA2024 4 cyl 4 speed manual transmission. This classic MG has been completely restored and is in great condition. It has All new interior, all new canvas including side curtains, tires etc. The car is equipped with an alternator for brighter headlights at night; however the original generator comes with car. Runs very well no problems, a joy to drive. RHD car. This classic 1937 MG is located in Central Florida, $39,000 Or Best Offer in U.S. dollars. 336-765-8312, email for more pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide. Collector car values are more stable than the stock market. Enjoy your investment! The first of the famous T-Series sports cars produced by MG was introduced in 1936. The first was the TA, which spawned a succession of improved postwar models that included the TC, TD and TF. The TA had a stylish look that would define the typical British sports car for years to come. It had a tall, square radiator, wire wheels, cut-down doors, folding windscreen and rear-mounted slab fuel tank and spare tire. The TA was powered by a 1,292cc engine and fitted with pushrod-actuated overhead valves. Top speed was nearly 80 mph with zero-to-fifty taking 15 seconds. The engine was a MPJG OHV unit from the Wolseley 10 but with twin SU carburetors, modified camshaft and manifolding. The engine displaced just 1292 cc, with a stroke of 102 mm (4.0 in) and a bore of 63.5 mm (2.5 in) and power output was 50 hp (40.3 kW) at 4,500 rpm. The four-speed manual gearbox now had synchromesh on the two top ratios. Like the PB, most were two-seat open cars with a steel body on an ash frame. Mileage on the speedometer is about 29,000 miles Car was imported into USA in 1969 and no changes have been made since. It was imported by a man in Spokane Wash and mostly sat in a garage until 2007 when it was restored by a pro, everything was done to the car you can think of. All new brakes, entire gas tank taken off and cleaned out all gas lines are new. The car was also re upholstered with new seats, all new canvas etc. a couple of new knock off wheels etc It then sat until I bought it. The engine has less than .002 clearance on rods and mains, holds 50 lbs oil pressure, Original heater works, no defroster, wipers good and work. There is no smoke from the exhaust and the car averages 35 MPG on the road. I have all the old bills for everything that has been done to the car since 1969.
  19. 1937 MG TA VIN TA2024 4 cyl 4 speed manual transmission. This classic MG has been completely restored and is in great condition. It has All new interior, all new canvas including side curtains, tires etc. The car is equipped with an alternator for brighter headlights at night; however the original generator comes with car. Runs very well no problems, a joy to drive. RHD car. This classic 1937 MG is located in Central Florida, $39,000 Or Best Offer in U.S. dollars. 336-765-8312, email for more pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide. Collector car values are more stable than the stock market. Enjoy your investment! The first of the famous T-Series sports cars produced by MG was introduced in 1936. The first was the TA, which spawned a succession of improved postwar models that included the TC, TD and TF. The TA had a stylish look that would define the typical British sports car for years to come. It had a tall, square radiator, wire wheels, cut-down doors, folding windscreen and rear-mounted slab fuel tank and spare tire. The TA was powered by a 1,292cc engine and fitted with pushrod-actuated overhead valves. Top speed was nearly 80 mph with zero-to-fifty taking 15 seconds. The engine was a MPJG OHV unit from the Wolseley 10 but with twin SU carburetors, modified camshaft and manifolding. The engine displaced just 1292 cc, with a stroke of 102 mm (4.0 in) and a bore of 63.5 mm (2.5 in) and power output was 50 hp (40.3 kW) at 4,500 rpm. The four-speed manual gearbox now had synchromesh on the two top ratios. Like the PB, most were two-seat open cars with a steel body on an ash frame. Mileage on the speedometer is about 29,000 miles Car was imported into USA in 1969 and no changes have been made since. It was imported by a man in Spokane Wash and mostly sat in a garage until 2007 when it was restored by a pro, everything was done to the car you can think of. All new brakes, entire gas tank taken off and cleaned out all gas lines are new. The car was also re upholstered with new seats, all new canvas etc. a couple of new knock off wheels etc It then sat until I bought it. The engine has less than .002 clearance on rods and mains, holds 50 lbs oil pressure, Original heater works, no defroster, wipers good and work. There is no smoke from the exhaust and the car averages 35 MPG on the road. I have all the old bills for everything that has been done to the car since 1969.
  20. I'm looking for a modern paint code for the color of this 36 Ford. I'm told that it might be called "Dusty Gray" If it's not, I'd love to know the color name on this roadster. I see the color listed over the years for Cad, Olds, Buick and Pontiac on Color Codes - Dusty Gray Paint Cross-Reference However when calling PPG and DuPont, and using all of these codes, they can't seem to give me a modern formula. Anyone know of a similar color code for a more modern version that I can get mixed in two stage paint? If it's not, "Dusty Gray" I'd love to know the color name on this roadster. Any help would be great. Thanks, John
  21. Hey, thought I'd post this here to see if any of you guys would be interested in my car or know anyone who might be interested. The 120 car was restored to its current condition in 2001 & I purchased it in 06. Im the 4th owner and the original owner was from Bedford, IN. I also have the original title. The body is all original and in great condition. I've put about 1000 miles on it while I've owned the vehicle and it spends the rest of the time covered in my garage: ) Please call with any additional questions. Jim, from Kentucky 502.314.8292 $46,000 OBO Here's my Hemmings Ad: Packard 120B for sale | Hemmings Motor News
  22. Very nice older restoration. Price is $105,000. For complete details and additional photos, go to www.oldcars.fotki.com Worldwide delivery is available.
  23. HI, I'm new to the forum. I'm looking for the metal frames that are used on the 1936 D2 rear quarter windows. I have the original glass but the metal that holds the the glass needs to be replaced. I'm also looking for the head liner and interior Door panels. If any one knows of a source for any of these parts please let me know. Thank you
  24. Year: 1936 Make: McLaughlin Buick Model: Victoria 2-door special Price: $12,000 Location: Shakopee, MN Contact Information: jmiller_2308@comcast.net Description: I recently listed my 2-door Victoria Special on craigslist and thought that this group of people may be interested in viewing it. Please follow this craigslist link for complete information and pictures. 1936 Buick McLaughlin Victoria Thanks, Jeff
  25. Price is $105,000. To view details and photos, go to Public Home | Oldcars