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  1. Hi All, I've called all the Denver metro junkyards I can think of and am not finding any boattails around. Do any of you know where I could find a 1973 Riv parts car in the Denver area? I'm mainly looking for a front bumper, headlight/turn signal housing and driver door handle. (See my parts wanted ad over in Buick Buy/Sell for details..) Thanks and Happy New Year!
  2. An uninsured dude hit my clean, straight 1973 Riv the other day. Now I'm in dire need of some front end body parts, preferably in the Denver area. She got smashed right in the driver side front headlight area, so I'm looking for: -Driver front headlight/turn signal molding, trim, lenses, etc -A straight front Bumper, NOS or rechromed would be nice -Maybe a driver front fender -Driver exterior door handle Feel free to hit me up if you know of any boattail parts cars in the Denver Metro, or if you have any of this stuff. She was ready for paint until this, help me get her back to cherry!
  3. This is NOT a link to someone else's part, this is ..... My Personal Listing The auction ends Thursday the 19th at 10 PM EST. (1) GM NOS left hand (drivers side) outer door handle. Part number on the handle is 9834745. I believe this part number must have been superseded by part number 9835145, as that is what is what is on the label on the box. This handle also fits : 1971 - 1978 Oldsmobile Toronado. This is a brand new NOS part that has NEVER been mounted on car. It still has a protective layer of plastic on the backside surface. You will also see there is a new gasket included as well. Functions as new. In the interest of full disclosure ... I wouldn't say it is 100% flawless upon close inspection. However, the imperfections in it are very MINOR in nature. Being that they are very minor ... they are very difficult to photograph. In the last of the (3) pics ..... I drew a green oval around the worst of these imperfections. Again, they are very minor so they are tough to see. Note : In some of the pics that show the "pivot" area of the handle ... There is what might look like rust deep down in the crevices. I can assure you that it is definitely NOT rust. That is actually a reddish-brown grease you are seeing. Pics :
  4. Problems I am having with my 1940 Buick Special. I like to resolve things on my own, partially because I am on a limited budget. A very significant problem with exhaust manifold cracking was successfully resolved, largely with advice I got here on the PWD blog. I published a memorandum on that resolution here. [*]Draining the engine block -- Numerous attempts have failed. The block drain was just a threaded hole when I got the car. I poked around many times with a wire and only got a greasy wire. I applied 80 pounds of air pressure (after opening and draining the radiator) and had no result. I was hoping for some bubbling sound, but got no sound at all. [*]Reinstalling the door handle lift spring -- I replaced some broken glass on the driver’s door. A coil spring associated with the door handle fell into the door while removing the handle. I retrieved it. Removing the door upholstery does not allow me enough access to replace the door handle lift spring. The door handle works fine, but "slumps" in rest position. Is dangling the spring on a thread the approach I should take? Which way should the spring cog be facing? [*]Calibrating the speedometer -- I needed to replace the backing templates on all gauges. The speedometer needle kept falling off and eventually got lost. I made one from some sheet plastic and a hollow rivet. I can make it read fairly accurate at 40 MPH. When it goes over 50 it has a mind of it’s own and easily rolls up to 80 MPH (I’m guessing I am going less than 60). Is the weight of the needle a factor here? Adding weight seems to make no difference. Would dissembling the whole mechanism and cleaning it help? Is sending it to a rebuild shop (expensive) the only resolution? [*]Non banjo style horn button assembly -- My Special does NOT have a banjo style horn button. The spring inside of the steering column does activate the horn. Many of the parts are present. The rubber seals are cracked and brittle. No sign of any spring or cushioning apparatus. The horn button comes off without any provision for keeping it in place. I cannot find information on what parts make up this horn, or where I can find parts that are missing.
  5. Does anyone know how to remove the passenger side door handle on a 1924 DB business coupe? There are no screws on the outside, and from what I can see from the inside, the nut at the end of the shaft (if this is the case) is not accessible through the door panel. Quick help is needed because I see a door handle on eBay that I may be able to use. Here's a pic of the intact driver's side handle: <a href=http://www.freeimagehosting.net/><img src=http://www.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/1b68c5efef.jpg border=0 alt="Free Image Hosting"></a>
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