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  1. From Hollander: Front Regulators 1941 46,...

    From Hollander:

    Front Regulators
    1941 46, 46S, 46SSE, 66, 66S
    1942 46, 46S, 46SSE, 51, 66, 66S
    1946-48 46, 46S, 51, 71
    1949 46S

    Cadillac
    1939-40 61 Cpes.
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    That is strange, I don't see any sign of it, and...

    That is strange, I don't see any sign of it, and I don't remember it. It is especially strange that at least two of you saw it and I can't find any trace of it. You will have to post it again.
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    An obviously heavier looking one from a blazer...

    An obviously heavier looking one from a blazer may physically fit, and you could use it. It may be a level heavier (rated as severe duty) than you may want. If you get too heavy duty, the fan will...
  4. Thread: Steering column

    by Bob
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    Like they said, disconnect the rear wiring...

    Like they said, disconnect the rear wiring harness at the plug and see how your problems behave. If they go away, then pull the interior.
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    Pictures/Attachments instructions here:...

    Pictures/Attachments instructions here: https://www.teambuick.com/forums/showthread.php?27979-Inserting-Images-Attachments
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    When choosing your clutch, you will probably want...

    When choosing your clutch, you will probably want the HD one for a/c.
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    I am not sure you are going to find the specifics...

    I am not sure you are going to find the specifics you are asking for easily.

    Most people who do such change overs start by choosing the rear end they feel will fit best width wise. The best...
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    Having now been made aware that the 57/58 pump...

    Having now been made aware that the 57/58 pump has a vacuum aspect to it, I would suggest that the only reason for using it is probably a restoration where you are going to be using the vacuum...
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    No it does not.

    No it does not.
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    They are the same gasket from 364 to 425

    They are the same gasket from 364 to 425
  11. Thread: Hello

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    POR and Bill Hirsch are my preferred suppliers. ...

    POR and Bill Hirsch are my preferred suppliers.

    http://www.hirschauto.com/Engine-Enamels/departments/2/
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    We don't have a lot on casting numbers for the...

    We don't have a lot on casting numbers for the 215.

    You might follow the link above Visually Identifying a 1960's or '70's GM engine to determine what it might be. If it may be a 215, then Buick...
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    I think you may be confused, there is no vacuum...

    I think you may be confused, there is no vacuum pump associated with the oil pump.

    The vacuum pump is associated with the fuel pump. There is a '57 Chassis manual in the reference section that you...
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    The '68 manual doesn't go past '63 for rad caps....

    The '68 manual doesn't go past '63 for rad caps.
    My '79 manual shows '57-'69, all as running a 15# cap.
  15. Thread: Hello

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    This should help:...

    This should help: https://www.teambuick.com/reference/engine_colors.php

    Looks like 1961-1963 Special, Skylark polished aluminum block & heads
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    It looks like a good choice for your application....

    It looks like a good choice for your application.

    Here are a couple for pages you might like to refer to:
    OE Buick Camshaft Usage (OE duration does not compare to aftermarket): Click Here
    Street...
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    https://www.teambuick.com/reference/ident_engine_t...

    https://www.teambuick.com/reference/ident_engine_til_52.php

    Looks like a series 1937 series 40.
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    Have a look at this article from the old site:...

    Have a look at this article from the old site: http://www.buicks.net/techref/tecref14.html
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    woops... 1185507, 1959-61

    woops...

    1185507, 1959-61
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    From the '60 parts book, 1957-58, 1175268

    From the '60 parts book, 1957-58, 1175268
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    You should be able to add pictures and...

    You should be able to add pictures and attachments from the time you are registered.

    I have added instructions in the "Site Help and Development"....
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    Sticky: Inserting Images/Attachments

    From the time you register, you should be able to insert images in your posts.

    When you have the wysiwyg editor open, look in the second row of icons below the "Title" input field. Find the image...
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    I don't know anything about transmissions, but...

    I don't know anything about transmissions, but this will get you started.

    I would first check the vacuum line to the modulator. It could also be the detent solenoid.

    If you go here and look...
  24. Thread: Jonezt1947

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    That is the correct firing order for a Nailhead....

    That is the correct firing order for a Nailhead. The block casting number appears correct, however the Nailhead distributor is mounted on the back of the block.

    I don't suppose the boat has a...
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    The problem is heat as you probably already know....

    The problem is heat as you probably already know. There could be many possible causes, here is an article outlining some: https://www.ms-motorservice.com/en/technipedia/post/valve-damage-and-causes/...
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