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Its  very bright out, I'll try and get better pics.  Parts are in WA  State,  I can ship.  These are mostly  NOS that were stored very poorly, some of the chrome is not perfect, some is just bad but these may be a few rare cores. 

 

Last pic is a water outlet  ( stamped Bendix ) with a  brass heat exchanger inside, fittings on the outside to direct water somewhere...  Anyone know what it is?

 

Fourth picture down:   NOS Trico vacc wiper motors only one had the Stude part number.  The rest have Trico numbers,  Anyone know how to ID them to a year/ model? 

 

I'm going back later this week to get more.  Any requests of what to look for?  They are scrapping anything I leave.  Not pictured  1921 rad shell rough, and radiator,  another radiator, about a '25 ?    A large wire wheel, circa 1930's     Engine parts too old for me to know what they are.  

 

252787 late 20's headlight stanchion

274279 stainless steel H/L retainer ring  M5  lots of other cars

293065 handle/lever

290483 wiper motor, LT

281621 chrome casting, small.  lense retainer?

chrome casting, small  1942 t/L lens retainer

272605  door handle, inside?

1941 Champion, Comm  body side moulding clips ( to body )

M5 ?  hood or grille clips to body C cab trucks

 

274905 hood pin, lots of models

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Not sure what wheel I saw there, but I will grab it.  There were some pulleys I thought were for a tractor or lawn mower.  They actually look like yours !  I'll grab those too.  If you are near Oregon ,  You should meet me there.

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8 hours ago, (S) said:

Not sure what wheel I saw there, but I will grab it.  There were some pulleys I thought were for a tractor or lawn mower.  They actually look like yours !  I'll grab those too.  If you are near Oregon ,  You should meet me there.

Hi (S)!  I'd be interested in the wire wheel too if 32RM75 passes on it.

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  • (S) changed the title to Studebaker mostly Pre War parts find/ ID help F/S

In the picture of the wheel that 32Rockne posted, you can see the dust cap for the bearing..... If anyone has 2 of those available, please let me know.

Looking for 2 3/4" Diameter.

THanks

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I'm back.  What a trip, it was very hot, and rushed but I saved what I could...

 

I will defanately need help to ID most of this stuff. 

 

 

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In picture 7 and 8 is a thermostat housing that has a built in oil cooler?  or something?  It has a brass tube coiled inside that round part, and 2 threaded in and out female fittings.  Does anyone have a clue what it could be for?  Stude, Packard, Cadi?  Diesel engine? ?

 

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