Rhode Island Wiring Service is the place to go, you can get in touch with them at http://www.riwire.com
They will have everything that you are looking for, and all the stuff that you did not know that you would need.
This is a photo of one of the original connectors, crimped and soldered. One section would crimp around the wire with the insulation still on it then the top section would be crimped and soldered in place, and then a rubber cover would be put over the crimped connections (long since rotted away). The actual wire that was used was not just bare copper either, the individual strands were electro-tinned to help fight/prevent corrosion.
This is an "old" style of terminal that was made by Packard Electric, and if anyone is making/reproducing these I have not been able to find them for a lot of years. I have needed them for different vehicles in the past, mostly G.M. using Delco electric systems, I have come across small lots of them at old car swap meets over the years, usually still in their original glass jars. Rhode Island Wire has good terminals but Restoration Supply Company has some that are closer, not exact but closer to the original. You can get in touch with them at RestorationStuff.com
You will not be disappointed with anything that you get from Rhode Island Wire, the quality and finish are top-notch.