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  1. I am still in the market for the following items that fit a 1924 Studebaker special six: 1. A wood steering wheel for a Studebaker special six, I have attached a picture of what my steering wheel curently looks like. It is 18" in diameter. 2. A rear double flanged hub (pictured)- either side is fine, only need one but would be willing to buy two if you have them available. 3. Gas tank for a 1924 special six. 4. Cowl lights, I have some parts to the right side but am missing the entire drivers side cowling light assembley. If you happen to have any of these items, have seen one at a swap meet, or could point me in the direction I might be able to find one, it would be much appreciated. Thanks again, John (530)781-3340
  2. I have a nice tail light lens to replace the one on the right side of my 1941 Buick. I removed the tail light easily enough but the lens did not come out with it. It appears that it is held in by a fragile frame of some sort. What is the accepted procedure to get at the lens without breaking stuff? All the original 73-year old materials are still in place. I have attached some photos. Any help appreciated. Thanks! Photos: Tail Light, outside ; Tail Light inside, light body removed ; Replacement lens
  3. One of the console light lenses on my '63 got cracked during a recent heater core installation. OPGI has a 'dome light lens' which looks like the same thing; they say it fits the sail panel light. Are these the same item? And, no, I didn't think to measure my car's broken lens before I put it into storage, otherwise I'd have figured it out... 1963-1968 Riviera - Dome Light Lens | OPGI.com. Thanks in advance...
  4. http://s1322.beta.photobucket.com/user/magic42281/media/564990_286611114778549_1956131814_n_zps6bdee78e.jpg.html Looking for tail light lenses both sides (round). Its a classic 400 model.
  5. Looking to buy a pair of 1938 Pontiac tail light bezels
  6. Hi guys ,I'm looking for two 1932 buick tail lights, thanks!
  7. This has an aluminum body and a clear glass lens, Any idea what it is from? Thanks!
  8. WTB '74 Electra passenger side parking/backup light lens. Is it necessary to buy the entire bumper?<!-- google_ad_section_end --> Anyone have just this part? Thanks!
  9. I have one head lamp for a 1914 Hudson Open Touring Model 6-40, A Picture review of the Hudson from 1909 to 1949 , that is a CM HALL MOD 199. Make an Offer, I'm in Newburgh, NY (approx. 60 miles north of NYC)
  10. Hi all!! Im new to the board and hope this post is ok. Im making the electroluminescent dash light driver for early mopars. If you were told your old driver couldnt be repaired you can now buy a completely new unit! I now have them listed on ebay under my name 72tx340. But if you would like to just purchase one directly from me you can email me at gary_merritt2excite.com. Just put the @ symbol where i put the 2. (spam you know!) There just 99.95 plus 5.95 priority mail shipping. Thanks AACA!!
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