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MARK

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  • Birthday 04/09/1951

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    Ft. Lauderdale, Rumson NJ & NY
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    SCUBA, PHOTOGRAPHY, STUDEBAKERS,TRAVEL, STAYING ALIVE

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  • My Avanti
    1964. #5470

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  1. R1lark, I bought a few non working alternators as I too had a broken "ear" I averaged $35 each, shipping was extra. Turned out that 2 of the 3 that I got, were working after a thorough cleaning and reassembly. Mark
  2. MARK

    Brakes

    Brad, I agree, an addition to my 64R2 also
  3. that is a strange question. I'm interested as to why you asked? Mark
  4. check with Studebaker International if not check with Dave Thibeault; studedave@aol.com
  5. Dunkin, if not mistaken, I ordered a pair years ago from Studebaker International, installed them and have not had a problem at all with the quality. If they do not have them, call Dave Thibeault 978-897-3158

     

    Mark

     

    1. Dunkin

      Dunkin

      Pardon me, but what subject? Thanks 

  6. Dave Thibeault 978 897 3158. Studedave@aol.com 13 Nick lane, Maynard, MA 01754. His wife is Janet. Best to call in the morning I have purchased parts from Dave for at least a decade. A wealth of information Mark
  7. If I am not mistaken, Dave Thibeault suggested I use Dextran Mercom...........as type F is difficult to find. Mark Hey Gunslinger, hope all is well.
  8. Regarding the repair, I have purchased years ago 4 damaged, leaking, rusty and crushed tanks. All were sent to Dave Thibeault who returned them like new. He has a contact who takes them apart, hammers out all the expansion and contraction dents, re solders and paints them correct. I recently sold 1 of the 3 left to an Avanti owner in Miami. He was and is still trilled, even though the purchase was costly. I strongly suggest contacting Dave Thibeault, he is a wonderful source of information, parts and knowledge. Though he has not helped with me trying to buy another car with my wife, she feels I have enough toys. Mark
  9. MARK

    Bare Frame

    Thank you for your progression and pictures, greatly appreciated Mark
  10. John, I had the receiver dryer completely redone by the ORIGINAL AIR GROUP, 5133 W. Idlewild Avenue Tampa Florida 33634 phone is 813- 259 7688 OA@classicautoair.com The entire bill was only $130. The only problem is they are very very busy and I had to wait 6 months for an opening. Once they contacted me by email, the turn around time as about 45 days. The receiver dryer came back like NOS. They do all models and systems for our cars and all others. Mark
  11. give Dave Thibeault a call, I got the code from him for my 64 R2 Mark
  12. yes that is correct, for the 64 Avanti the hood support is on the passenger side. use a threaded bold to slide into the hole when the hood is up to keep if from ever slipping
  13. I was away for 2 weeks so Im not sure when delivery was, but, wow, great read as expected Mark
  14. Members, who is suggested to rebuild the calipers on my 64 R2? One caliper just started leaking and it is time to have both sides rebuilt. Please advise who is satisfied with whomever did work for them. thanks in advance Mark
  15. I just bought a 64 R2 that replace my damaged 73 RQB1913 during a Fl to NJ transport. Regarding the Paxton, where the dip stick pulls out, is that hole used to add fluid? Where do I acquire the proper fluid as the book calls for transmission type A? Also, is there a drain if I want to do a fluid change? thanks, Mark
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