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Your car is a lot like the 1928 Erskine owned and restored by Sandy Olson, owner of Olson's Gaskets in Port Orchard, Washington.  

 

See his web page about his car:  https://www.olsonsgaskets.com/about/our-projects/1928-erskine-model-51/

 

Reproduction parts catalog and shop manual here:  https://www.faxonautoliterature.com/Search.aspx?c=2341

These are very helpful.

 

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Welcome aboard the restoration forum. Man, there is always someone finding nice cars down in your country and it seems that they're in fairly good shape. I live in the North East of the US and our cars suffer from severe metal rot due to the salt and ice melt materials used on the road.

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Awesome restoration project. I must say I’m jealous of that garage. All I have at home is a carport and gravel driveway. I’m restoring my classic beetle at the current moment then after that I have more projects 😆.

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