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    Stude parts at garage sale

    I need to sell Studebaker parts that I have stored at my rental property as I plan on selling the home and building. The sale is Saturday, June 16th at 1005 Ham Hlll Rd. Centralia, WA which is about half way between Portland and Seattle. You can find the ad on Seattle Craigslist. Thanks. Don Kelstrom - Studebaker collector since 1960

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    Got any truck stuff?

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    Here is the link: https://seattle.craigslist.org/oly/g...613300468.html This is my type of garage sale!! Not just wimpy stuff like clothes, dishes, etc -- lotsa gas pumps and tools and car parts and other cool stuff.

    Don, is what looks like a prewar Studebaker sedan part of the garage sale also?
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    Just curious, but what are the 4 unpainted steel/iron do-hickies in picture #8?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyway View Post
    Just curious, but what are the 4 unpainted steel/iron do-hickies in picture #8?
    I wondered that myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 52-fan View Post
    I wondered that myself.
    Could they be some type of front wheel ski from something with an early narrow wheel/tire?

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    Those appear to be car axle jacks, used to lift antique car tires off the ground for winter storage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWChamp View Post
    Those appear to be car axle jacks, used to lift antique car tires off the ground for winter storage.
    This makes more sense than my 'lived in Texas most my life' answer

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    Is that a '41 Skyway Land Cruiser in the back?
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    No truck parts unless there are some mechanical items.

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    They are tire savers for vintage cars. You raise the car up by putting the loop over the hub and pushing down on the lever and the tires are off the ground.

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    Yes it is a 41 Skyway Land Cruiser that belongs to my friend Steve and it is for sale for $3,500 or best offer. It appears everything is there, but will need a restoration.

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    You got a link to the Land Cruiser? I'd like to bust someone's bubble....LOL

    I like the pump, wish it were closer.

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    I think I have a couple of pictures I could e-mail, but I don't have a link. I'm trying to help Steve sell it as the storage will be gone when I sell the property.

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    I sure wish you were closer. That 41 if it's not rusted out would be what I want.

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    Gee, there's an International meet in Washington pretty soon. Maybe the trip would be fun and you could haul the car back home. OR see if anyone is available to haul the car to you from that area after the meet.
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    I sure wish you were closer. That 41 if it's not rusted out would be what I want.
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