PATR1OT46

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About PATR1OT46

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  • Birthday 11/16/2001

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  • Location:
    Waukesha Wisconsin
  • Interests:
    1930 Ford model a sport coupe, 1951 mg td MK2

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  1. 1949 Crosley station wagon price reduced

    Needs to go!
  2. Nice low mileage, running 1949 Crosley station wagon with a very solid body. With the exception of a few dents, fenders, hood, tail gate, sills, rockers, roof, doors, rear floor, frame and side panels are in very good condition. Driver's floor has been covered in aluminum in order to provide a base for bolting in the seat. Passenger floor is much better than driver's, but it too should be replaced. Footwells also should be replaced (see photos). There are several replacement floor panels included in the auction (see last photo).Engine runs and both clutch and transmission are apparently operating properly. I did not drive the car because of a loud growling in the rear end.Seats and headliner are there, but need to be redone. Car looks very complete, but is missing a few parts including air cleaner and front turn signal lenses.Car needs to be restored or could be made into a decent driver without much effort.Car can be viewed in Burlington, Wisconsin. Inexpensive delivery to Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and western New England can be arranged if you are not in a great hurry.Call Ed at 847-830-7193 for details. PRICE 2,600 Price is 2,850
  3. 1949 Crosley station wagon price reduced

    Mike, the price is 2,600 but something that should be noted is that there is a hood ornament that is included with the car but it is broken.
  4. Nice low mileage, running 1949 Crosley station wagon with a very solid body. With the exception of a few dents, fenders, hood, tail gate, sills, rockers, roof, doors, rear floor, frame and side panels are in very good condition. Driver's floor has been covered in aluminum in order to provide a base for bolting in the seat. Passenger floor is much better than driver's, but it too should be replaced. Footwells also should be replaced (see photos). There are several replacement floor panels included in the auction (see last photo).Engine runs and both clutch and transmission are apparently operating properly. I did not drive the car because of a loud growling in the rear end.Seats and headliner are there, but need to be redone. Car looks very complete, but is missing a few parts including air cleaner and front turn signal lenses.Car needs to be restored or could be made into a decent driver without much effort.Car can be viewed in Burlington, Wisconsin. Inexpensive delivery to Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and western New England can be arranged if you are not in a great hurry.Call Ed at 847-830-7193 for details. PRICE $2,600
  5. Hubnut

    I recently went to a swap meet in Elkhorn Wisconsin and I picked up this Hubnut and i don't know what this is off of does anybody know? This would be a huge help. Thanks!
  6. What is this hubcap-grease cap?

    I don't know how I got two ether but thank you for doing that I'm new to the forum's.
  7. What is this hubcap-grease cap?

    Well I payed 4 dollars for the grease cap. But thank you everyone for telling me what it is off of. The only thing that is weird about it is there is no Chevy name on it.
  8. What is this hubcap-grease cap?

    You maybe right but I also found rust spots on it and lots of dents so that kind of makes me think it was a original but I did compare it to my 1928 and 1929 Chevy hubcap and they are very different.
  9. What is this hubcap-grease cap?

    The photo should work now
  10. What is this hubcap-grease cap?

    I recently pick up at the Iola swap meet a 1920's or early 30's grease cap and I have searched though out the internet to find out what it is off of I have never seen this logo before on a car. Maybe someone else would know? Also tell me if the photo doesn't work.
  11. What is this hubcap-grease cap?

    I recently pick up at the Iola swap meet a 1920's or early 30's grease cap and I have searched though out the internet to find out what it is off of I have never seen this logo before on a car. Maybe someone else would know? Also tell me if the photo doesn't work.