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  1. This set of patch panels looks like they will fit the lower front section of the rear fender on 1941 Dodge and Chrysler cars. Does anybody know if they will work on other years of Mopar cars?
  2. 1941 Dodge Chrysler Front Section of Rear Fender

    Hi Jack, thanks for taking the time to reply, I was basing my guess on this picture that I found on an ebay auction for a 1941 Chrysler Dodge DeSoto right rear fender, if I am correct this panel would replace the bottom front of the fender where it bolts to the wheel house of the rear quarter, the two holes in the panel would for the fender mounting bolts. I assume that this car had running boards but I do not see where they would attach to the front bottom of the rear fender.
  3. Can somebody tell me if they know whether or not the rear doors on the 1960 Ford station wagons were the same as the rear doors on all the other four door sedans? I read someplace that there was a difference in the rear quarters and I need to know if that difference carried over into the rear doors also.
  4. This body repair panel will replace the front section of the rear quarter on all 1954-55 Oldsmobile 88 two door cars. It will also work with modification on the 98 models. I have this panel made by a sheet metal craftsman who uses an English wheel to put the correct contours in the panel. He uses a die stamped panel made back in the 1950's as a template. I have both driver and passenger side available. The $220 price is for just one panel. I can ship UPS or I can deliver to the Iola Car Show July 6th to the 8th. Any questions you can reach me via e-mail sonoma@execpc.com or call me at 262.549.9583
  5. I am looking for a lower grille bar for the 1949-50 Chevy cars. I know that reproductions are available but I would prefer to have an original part to replate. You can reache me vai e-mail sonoma@execpc.com or by phone at 262.549.9583
  6. I am looking for a lower grille bar for the 1949 1950 Chevy cars. I know that there are reproductions available but I would prefer an original piece to replate. You can reach me via e-mail sonoma@execpc.com or you can call me at 262.549-9583. thanks Gary
  7. The attached pictures are of a rocker panel that I sell for the 1951-54 Henry J cars. I have this panel made by an Amish sheetmetal shop who uses a die stamped panel made by Schofield back in the 1950's as a template. This rocker was made by Schofield without any lip on the bottom to attach it to the car like 95% of the other rocker panels that I sell. I am going to have another lot of panels made up and I was wondering if they would be easier to install on the car if I did add a small lip to the bottom of them?
  8. Thanks for taking the time to post the pictures. I would never be able to duplicate that gutter section that is on the bottom of your panel. I have never had any complaints about the panels that I have sent to customers as shown in my pictures so I guess I will keep having them made the same way.
  9. I am selling a rocker panel that fits all 1957 1958 Cadillac cars. Most of the aftermarket rocker panels were made slightly larger than the original on the car so it would slip over it for a quick fix. I have this panel made by an Amish sheet metal worker who uses as a template a P-714 P715 rocker panel was made by the Schofield company as a regular conventional fit rocker panel that was the same size as the NOS rocker panel. This rocker can be used on all four door cars, you will have to trim out the notch for the door post. This panel can be used on any of the two door cars also by trimming off the top portion past the door opening so that the outer and bottom areas of the rocker extend back into the front of the quarter between the door and the front of the rear wheel well. This area of the quarter panel on a two door car always has the same contour as the rocker panel. The price is $70, I can ship. You can pick this up in Waukesha or at the Jefferson Car show April 28-30, 2017. I also have rockers and other patch panels for most cars from the late 1940’s to the early 1960’s, if there is something else you are looking for please let me know.
  10. I have this rocker panel made by an Amish sheet metal worker who uses an old die stamped panel from the 1940's as a template. The ripples in the top edge of the panel put a bow in the panel to match the curvature of the car. The panels are unique to each side of the car, the price of the rockers is $65 each plus shipping.
  11. 1951 kaiser door wanted

    Let me know if you are still looking for this, a friend of mine in Texas has a collection of outer door skins and I know he has some for the Kaiser-Frazers
  12. I am selling this NOS door skin that fits the driver side door on all 1949 1950 1951 1952 Chevy Styleline two door cars. I had this panel cleaned by Restoration Specialists in Hales Corners WI and the metal is clean enough to eat from. I can deliver this panel to the Jefferson Car Show April 28th-30th, the Iola car Show July 6th-8th, the Elkhorn show August 5th-6th and the Fall Jefferson show September 22nd-24th. $500
  13. This rocker panel fits all 1955 and 1956 Packard cars, both four door and two door. This panel was made using a Schofield rocker panel made in the 1950's as a template. The Schofield rocker that was used as a template was not designed to be a slip over rocker, this rocker is designed to be an exact replacement rocker. This panel can be used on a four door car or it can be modified to use on a two door model, it would extend into the bottom of the rear quarter from the door to the rear wheelwell. The panels are $67.50 each plus shipping
  14. This body repair patch panel designed to replace the lower front section of the rear quarter panel on all 1954 1955 and 1956 Buick Super and Roadmaster two door cars. This panel is made from 18 gauge sheet metal by a sheet metal craftsman who uses an English wheel to make the panel using a NOS quarter panel for a template. I have both sides available, shipping not included in price. I can deliver this panel to the Jefferson Car Show April 28th-30th, the Iola car Show July 6th-8th, the Elkhorn show August 5th-6th and the Fall Jefferson show September 22nd-24th.
  15. Up for sale a rocker panel that is designed to fill all 1954 1955 and 1956 Buick Special and Century four door cars. I have this panel reproduced by a sheet metal worker who used a Schofield number P-313 panel that I have for a template. As you can see by the areas that I copied from the old Schofield catalog this panel was made as an exact replacement rocker instead of the more common slip on or snap on style that was made back in the 1950's. This panel will work on either side of your car. I can ship this panel via UPS, I can also deliver to the Jefferson Car Show April 28th-30th, the Iola car Show July 6th-8th, the Elkhorn show August 5th-6th and the Fall Jefferson show September 22nd-24th.
  16. Nothing would look better adorning the wall in your man cave or the garage that your Stovebolt Chevy calls home than this poster advertising the short blocks that the dealers sold in the 1950's. The picture is 10 3/4 inches wide by 14 inches tall printed on an 11 X 17 sheet of paper ready for framing. The cost is $15 which includes the postage to send it 1st class mail in a cardboard mailing tube. I will also mail these to overseas addresses for whatever the actual postage is. Needless to say the copy that I send you will not have the words "copy" written on it as I did the sample picture on this ad. If you are attending the Jefferson Car Show April 28th-30th 2017 you can pick one up from me in the swap meet for $10. The perfect Christmas gift for the six cylinder Chevrolet lover on your list.
  17. I am selling panels designed to replace the lower front section of the rear quarter on all 1954-56 Buick Special and Century two door cars along with the 1954 Skylarks. These panels are made by a sheet metal craftsman who makes them with an English wheel using a NOS quarter panel for a template. The panels are made from 18 gauge sheet metal and are priced at $210 each plus shipping.
  18. I should have more of these available next week, do you still need one side?
  19. I am selling this NOS 1949-50 Oldsmobile which is a spot welded combination of the outer quarter and wheel house panel as it was used on the assembly line. The inner door jamb and dog leg panel are also included on this piece. I believe that the correct series cars that this would fit are the 3569 and 3569D models. This panel was also used on the early 1951 cars. The panel is $800 plus shipping. Gary Bauer PH 262-549-9583 e-mail sonoma@execpc.com
  20. I have these rocker panels that fit all 1961-64 Cadillacs made by an Amish sheet metal shop who used a die stamped panel that I had from the 1960's as a template. This panel can be used on either side of a four door car by cutting the notch for the door post in the correct location. It can also be used on a two door to replace the area under the door along with the outside bottom of the rear quarter from the door opening to the front of the rear wheel well. This area of a two door car quarter always has the same contour as the rocker panel. all you have to do is trim off the area designed to go up inside of the door from the section that you are going to splice into the quarter panel with. The price on the rockers is $67.50 each plus shipping, please contact me with any questions you may have. Gary Bauer PH 262-549-9583 E-mail sonoma@execpc.com.
  21. Packard AM radio #PA-393607 rebuilt with all capacitors replaced, resistors and tubes verified good and mechanical vibrator replaced with solid state unit. The tuning mechanism was lubricated, dial light replaced and the numbers on the dial were repainted with glow in the dark paint as it was new. $275 plus shipping Gary Bauer PH 262-549-9583 e-mail sonoma@execpc.com
  22. Does anybody know where I can locate a copy of the front end alignment specs for the 1977 LeSabre on the Internet?
  23. For Sale Large Number Of Transmission And Motor Mounts!!!

    Do you have any for a 1950 Chevy Fleetling Deluxe with automatic transmission?
  24. I have for sale the dog leg body panel that repairs the front of the rear wheel well on all 1949-52 Chevy four door cars. I have this panel hand made by a sheet metal craftsman who uses a NOS dog leg panel that I have for a template. The panel has all the curvature of the originals as shown in the pictures. The panels are $85 each plus shipping. If you have any other questions you can reach me via e-mail at sonoma@execpc.com or by phone at 262-549-9583
  25. I have for sale the sheet metal body panel that will repair the front of the rear wheel well on your 1949-52 Pontiac four door cars. I have this panel hand made by a sheet metal craftsman who uses a NOS dog leg panel that I have for a template. I have this panel for both sides of the car, as you can see by the pictures it has all the curvature of the original panels. The price of the panel is $85 plus shipping. If you have any questions I can be reached via e-mail at sonoma@execpc.com or by phone at 262-549-9583.