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BING 
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Message posted April 13th, 2005 07:59:50 AM
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I am looking for a diaghram on assembly for the wooden frame on a 1929 buick 26 2 dr 4 passenger coupe.sombody please help. we purchased this car with all new wood and it is a large jig saw puzzle


Post #1 of 2 | From: Englewood, CO  USA | Registered: April 2005| Network: 205.188.116.xxx
herb 
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Message posted April 14th, 2005 05:04:13 PM
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perhaps the 29 fisher body manuel would have a sketch of the frame work, my 28 manuel has such a sketch. Herb


Post #5 of 9 | From: alma, MI  USA | Registered: April 2003| Network: 207.241.132.xxx
jack 
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Message posted April 26th, 2005 07:26:05 PM
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i have a 26 s thats apart enough to take some pictures,sounds like a project you have there. i just made and replaced alot of my wood


Post #6 of 17 | From: ravenna, OH  USA | Registered: February 2003| Network: 152.163.100.xxx
TOM 
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Message posted September 16th, 2005 06:00:33 PM
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I am looking for some patterns for the wood for a 26s anyone who could help me by drawing some out your help would be appreciated.


Post #1 of 1 | From: Thunder bay Canada | Registered: July 2005| Network: 216.211.57.xxx
hertzler 
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Message posted December 12th, 2005 10:57:13 AM
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I just purchased a 29-26s that had undergone a particial restoration about 30 years ago and has sat since then. Much of the wood has been replaced but I am uncertain of the quality so I'll be removing all the sheet metal and probably starting over with the wood in many areas. I do have the Fisher Body book with the picture of the assembled wood frame but it lacks the detail that I'll probably need to perform the quality job that I am looking for. Any help with pictures of the detail wood parts and joints would be appreciated.


Post #1 of 2 | From: Mesa, AZ  USA | Registered: November 2005| Network: 68.3.63.xxx
jbk1474 
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Message posted September 21st, 2006 08:40:34 PM
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Jack, what type of wood did you use to replace your parts. I am restoring a 1926-6-20 2 Door Sedan,

Sincerely,
JBK


Post #1 of 1 | From: Colma, CA  USA | Registered: September 2006| Network: 69.181.225.xxx
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