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  1. I started the restoration of a 1943 T-24 a couple of weeks ago. I intend to document the restoration here. I bought the Weasel from a well-known Weasel collector and friend. He had stripped the hull, had it sandblasted and was starting repairs when he found a really immaculate T24. I got most everything with the purchase that I need to restore the vehicle other than tracks, including a second M29 that is ugly but fairly complete. There is a lot of rot along the floors - particularly at the edge of the floor and outer sides of the hull. The previous owner had already cut much of
  2. NOS these hold the windshield ARMs to the body. One set only. $35 contact me on the board or at flxdsn(at)gmail.com Thanks
  3. I thought that I would start a bog/story on my Weasel restoration. I sold an Amphibious Jeep back in the Mid 1990's and I decided to purchase another unusual vehicle that operates in two mediums. I came across a 'Weasel' and decided there and then that this was the vehicle for me. I was going to import a project weasel from the US of A but before proceeding I had heard of a weasel that was local to where I was living at the time. I contacted the owner and asked if I could have a look at the weasel to give me some idea what I was getting myself into. After looking at this weasel I decided to of
  4. After a long wait, the weasel is finally back in the garage. I’m working on the right side using a hat channel kit. The only hitch so far us that I’m missing two, the one front of the fuel tank with the 4 bolts and the one that the tank straps to. My fuel tank strap one has the notch that can be salvaged for whatever it was there for. Does anyone here make those two channels? My front hat has little left to measure. I don’t have access to a break. Tub: M29C-3245 Serial: 7340
  5. Hi guys, I am looking for a Muffler Guard. Does anyone happen to have one you'd like to sell? Thanks.
  6. Some extra parts I am going to sell. PM if interested. Thanks!
  7. My name is Dan Walsh and I am starting the restoration of a Studebaker T15 weasel. I will post pictures of my restoration as it progresses here on the site. A brief history about my T15 and how I acquired it. I first discovered the T15 in the early 1970's in Nome Alaska at an old remote mining site. While at the old mine I saw several weasels in different states of repair. there was an M29 and also a T24. Several M7 snow tractors were there as well. As I looked around at all the old equipment I noticed a strange looking track vehicle one like no other I had ever seen before. It was parked i
  8. These are impossible to find. Bows are easy to make, but this is one of the hard parts. One set only CNC milled in the USA from original drawings. 90/set. contact me on the board or at flxdsn(at)gmail.com Thanks
  9. Guys, These are those often missing, non existent weasel body studs (6 needed in total) Made in the USA from original drawings as always... 15 ea or 75/set of 6 Contact me on the board or at flxdsn(at)gmail.com Thanks, Rob
  10. Guys, These are #1 grade, very nice copies of the wing nut for the top bow....always missing. These even had the little Studebaker "S" in the casting. Just a couple of sets. Cast from originals. 75ea. contact me on the board or at flxdsn(at)gmail.com Thanks, Rob
  11. Guys, these are the first version of these made...top bow wing nuts, they were a bit of work...drilled, threaded, thread inserts put in with loctite, counterbored. etc They are not "perfect" but they work great. "similar" to original. $50/set contact me at flxdsn(at)gmail.com Thanks Rob
  12. NEW Weasel Steps... M29/M29C One set correctly made from OEM drawings. often messed up. 35/set of three
  13. Guys, I have a couple of full weasel hat channel kits available. These were made from original Studebaker drawings and are dimensionally correct. They are laser cut and CNC press braked to the proper leg length and radius for each piece. The channels are indistinguishable from OEM and correctly made. What you get, enough pieces to do one weasel. The assembled section is for reference only and will not ship with the kit. The kit has enough to basically make this setup 4x.(though each corner of the weasel is of course not the same) Packed and ready to ship... like
  14. What follows is the pictorial story showing 3 and 1/2 years of part time work to fully repair my front float tank. This tank was fitted to the Red Weasel my friend and I imported from Duluth Michigan in 2007. The corrosion and damage to the tank was typical of most flotation tanks found nowadays.
  15. Version 1.0.0

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    These were given to me when I purchased my weasel. Not sure about copyright information as some do not have information attached
  16. I have a bunch of holes on the left hand side standing i front of my t15 and i am wandering what they are for or do i have to fill them. I am doing a bit of body work now and trying to take ot the dents from years of abuse. Larry
  17. I have these floatation parts on eBay. I realize the price is hefty but I was more looking to get it advertised and have someone make me an offer. Anyone interested can call or text me at 224-223-7464 https://www.ebay.com/itm/362958889730
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    wish I can save
  19. The ones I have coming into my shop
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