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Alan Blalock

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  1. I am wondering if you would possibly have a power steering pump from the motor available for sale. My name is Alan Blalock. Phone # 831-331-1993, or you can message on this site. Thank you for your time.
  2. Good morning. I am trying to determine what part#801929 fits on my 1964 Avanti. It is a feltlike material that came along with additional spare parts when I purchased the vehicle.I have Googled it to no avail. Any ideas how I may search this out? Thank you in advance. Alan Blalock
  3. Thank you so much. This forum is the best thing for Studebaker enthusiasts. Full of truly caring and sharing people, who love to share info and advise. I appreciate the referral, and will give them a shout. I hope  can help someone in the future. Alan Blalock









  4. Thanks for the info. I will try that. I love this forum.Everyone is so he

    lpful and friendly.

  5. Good morning. I have a 1964 Avanti that was a repaint from a previous owner. It is now Maroon, that appears to be a original color. I am looking for a paint supplier that can match this color in a rattle can. The areas in question are not entirely in clear view, but it would be nice to have them appear to be the same color. Thank you in advance. Alan Blalock
  6. Yes indeed Studebaker West has the bezel$(25.00) and it is billet. These guyshave just about everything I have ever needed, and always come through.
  7. Well not exactly. It is the round bezel on the outside of the dash that holds the ignition switch in place. Studebakers west in Redwood City, Ca. says he may have one. Thank you for the help though. Always a helpful site, and I appreciate your attempt. Regards, Alan
  8. Good morning. Does anyone know where I may find an ignition switch bezel for my 1964 Avanti? This is the piece that fits in the dash cover and connects to the ignition switch. It seems the "tangs" have worn out, and no longer are capable of holding the switch in place. Any ideas? Thank you in advance. Alan Blalock(R5451)
  9. Thank you to the guys at Steven Allen. They have cleared up the situation. For anyone that hasn't dealt with them, I encourage you to do so. They are not only selling parts, but providing much needed advise. Many thanks to them.

  10. I am looking for a reputable repair shop that can install an ignition switch locking pin(s) in my 1964 Avanti. I am in the greater Tacoma Washington area. I would like someone that is familiar with the Studebaker line. It looks from the repair manual to be a fairly straight forward simple installation, but my flexibility is not good at the present time. Thank you to anyone that can assist me in this matter
  11. Can anyone shed light on the possibility that there are more than one transmission seal kit available for the 1964 Flight-o-Matic transmission? A transmission shop indicated that it depended on what serial number the transmission had, as to which seal kit it used. I assumed all 1964 transmissions(Flight-o-Matic) used the same kit. Any advise would be appreciated, and I trust the Avanti owners opinion for my go to choice. Thank You. Alan Blalock R5451
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