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  1. Hello, I am interested to buy power steering parts (pump, bracket, steering box, double pulley, hoses, other hardware) for my 1955 Century, Paying through Paypal, shipment to Florida or Oregon, whether is closer. I am from Estonia, but have alot of friends in US, where to ship. Offers through PS or mail: denis@kloostrimetsa.ee
  2. http://www.ebay.com/itm/181437692672?item=181437692672&viewitem=&vxp=mtr I have for sale a Banjo wheel front what seems to be a Buick Super 8. It is a part that one of my customers ( I own an antique boat shop) gave me in a box of "extra parts". I know many boat enthusiasts use these as steering wheels, but a lot of interest has faded in the antique boat world, so here it is for the antique car world! I have this posted on eBay for what I think seems to be a fair starting price, but if any of you want to clue me in on the true value Id be very appreciative!
  3. I am restoring a 33 Plymouth Fordor but putting a modern drive-line in...yes it will be a 360/727. I am leaving the rear alone for now. This is just a cruiser so hopefully it will last till I can update it. The real question; I do not like the stock drag link setup. Those pitman ball mounts scare me. I know I can build my own drag link with tie rod ends, no problem. Has any one changed out the pitman arm with something that can accept a tie rod end. I believe the arm is 6.5" long and the steering box shaft appears to be less than 1" diameter. Does anyone know a replacement I can use without having to make one. Maybe some other make in the 30's had the same measurements or close and did not use the ball mount. Also has anyone put a 360 in a 33 sedan and kept the stock steering/front suspension? If so, I would like to know how/where you mounted the engine. Were there any issues with the v8 weight on the original springs? Thanks
  4. In looking at dashboard / steering wheel photos of '50, '51, '52, all of the photos that show the steering wheel in the car show a wider, rounded spoke on the horn ring. Example: Here is an example with a narrower, non-rounded horn ring. What car(s) was this on? Here is the non-rounded-spoke horn ring by itself: I have not found a photo of the non-rounded-spoke horn ring in a car. Anyone know what years/models used this?
  5. :confused: Two weeks ago I jumped into a thread (my first time on this forum) posted a year or so ago about help identifying the car to which a "Sheller #2" banjo wheel belongs. That one had the center of the hub cut out. I also have a "Sheller #2, in pretty nice shape, but in talking to many people, both in wheel restoration and antique boats (and here, on this forum), I am still waiting for someone to give me a positive id. (Mine is not a Ford--it doesn't have a keyway). In the meantime, a friend said he recently saw an article in one of the old car magazines about nothing but antique steering wheels. Anyone out there know when and where this article was published? Or who wrote it? Many thanks for any tips. David
  6. Hi, I wanted to inquire as to what others have done about worn king pins and bushings on a Light Six Studebaker. I've never had a vehicle with king pins prior to owning my 1924 EM, so I have no experience on repairs or replacement of these parts. With the wheels off, I can measure a good amount of movement in the pins and believe they're shot. I'd be greatful for advice on how to obtain replacement parts, or if parts from other cars are interchangeable. The rest of the steering components are badly worn as well, and the car shakes pretty badly when traveling above 35 mph. If someone knows what parts I can use, or can give advice on making/obtaining new ones, I'd appreciate your reply. Thank you, Dave
  7. Hello, Looking for a reputable company that rebuilds steering boxes for my 46 Dodge truck. Thank you j
  8. to lower 48 states $40 delivered. great shape ..see pics
  9. For over 10 years, Innovative Ideas, LLC. has been changing the scene for Model A Rebuild and Repair in Sountheastern Michigan. We specialize in Starters, Carburetors, Generators and Steering Gear Boxes. Send us yours, and we will rebuild it! Need show quality? No problem! Need local repair? We will come to you! "Engineering Solutions to Consumer Problems" Innovative Ideas, LLC. Rochester Hills, MI 48307 Innovaive.ideasllc@gmail.com
  10. Hi all A while ago we noticed on eBay there were Jeep steering boxes to suit/replace those in Buicks. Has anyone used these, or know the name of the company? Our steering box needs replacing and there's a lot of play in the wheel. We have been advised that the parts to recondition our box are obsolete, so we'd be looking at fitting something else. 55 super with power steer and no a/c What have others done? Cheers
  11. Hi, Found this steering wheel in southern Arizona. Any idea about make and model of vehicle this went to? Any idea about this logo? Thank you!
  12. In my effort to avoid using Ford parts on my '30 Chrysler hot rod I am searching for a production disk brake that will work on the original spindles. If i can find what I'm looking for I plan to run the original I beam and steering using the original spindles. What would the down fall be to going this route? The factory set up seem to be in good shape, but as steering and suspension are very important safety factors i wanted get some input from the community. Please let me know what you think.
  13. want 1964-1970 power steering setup and dual master cylinder. thanks jerry whitfield winston salem, North Carolina wwhitfield@triad.rr.com 336-765-8312
  14. want 1964-1970 power steering setup and dual master cylinder. thanks jerry whitfield winston salem, North Carolina wwhitfield@triad.rr.com
  15. I've been lucky enough to come upon an original 1964 Pontiac GTO Steering Wheel. This wheel was an option available only for one year. The wheel has been stored indoors, out of the harmful sunlight, and is in great condition. The only real flaws are on the horn button, which is usual as it's made from low quality material. The horn button and Pontiac logo are a cheap replacement. Personally, I like the button as it's original and has the part/model number in it and is solid, unlike the replacement parts. I'm asking for $1,100, which covers shipping. I've seen cracked and damaged wheels of this model go for this much on Ebay. I have a craigslist ad up located here: 1964 Pontiac GTO Steering Wheel (Original Option) You can also contact me by email or phone with any questions or offers. koniferus@gmail.com 1.304.997.2760 Also, if I've broken any forum rules in this post, let me know so I can edit.
  16. I am looking to replace the firewall seal for the steering column. Can anyone help me with a source or the part number? Thanks,
  17. Hi, Fellows, You see, I have this 1927 Pierce 80. It would take an 800, no, a 1,000 pound gorilla to turn the steering with ease. Put it up on jack stands and it will turn with difficulty, easier if someone helps by manually trying to turn the wheels. When I got the car I managed to get the DRY steering box filled with grease, but still it is incredibly stiff. I've never heard of such on any car. What are your thoughts? We got her started and she runs OK, but overheats in 103F Oklahoma weather. I was advised to take off the valve cover and clean out rust, but I worry that taking it off would be really really difficult requiring drilling, etc. Ugh. I decided to wait until the weather cooled off to try her again, but haven't gotten around to it. Any more thoughts? Steve in Oklahoma