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  1. Still got 'em. I'll listen to an offer on the whole lot.
  2. Selling off my collection of Practical Classics magazine. The magazines have in-depth articles on all aspects of vehicle restoration accompanied by lots of photos to help you visualize the procedures. They also run in-depth features about many different makes and models of cars (worldwide coverage, but primarily British) that are sure to be interesting and informative. The magazines are printed on high-quality glossy paper and, in my opinion, are one of the best collector car magazines on the market. Practical Classics is not a very common magazine in the US and most of the ones that appear for sale online are from the United Kingdom or Australia. I'm selling the magazines in groups by year, very reasonably priced at $3.00 per issue. There are 13 issues per year (one is a 'Spring Special'). The magazines are available for pick-up in or near Freehold, NJ 07728. If you need shipping let me know your zip code so I can tell you how much that would be. I only ship to domestic USA addresses. Here's the list: 1994: 11 issues (missing Spring and January) $33.00 1995: 13 issues $39.00 1996: 13 issues $39.00 1997: 13 issues (some curling due to cramped storage...may press out) $39.00 1998: 10 issues (missing Jan, July, Sept) $30.00 1999: 9 issues (missing Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr) $27.00 Thanks for looking, Harold
  3. Sorry about drifting from the OP's question, but I need to chime in...There are a couple of car donation "charities" operating near me in New Jersey and it amazes me that they don't seem to be scrutinized in any way. One of them operates their own used car lot stocked with freebie inventory. They get lots of donations because they give an artificially high value for the car so people get a larger tax write-off. Another well-known car charity near here makes all or nearly all of their donations to a particular religious school. The owner of the charity also happens to own the school!
  4. The original engine number is stamped on the side of the chassis near the left rear wheel. You probably have to clean away rust and undercoating to see it.
  5. PM sent.
  6. Full color 12-page catalog for the '68 Nova. Nice condition with minor wear. $10.00 postpaid in USA. PayPal or USPS money order are fine. Thanks for looking, Harold
  7. 1987 Motorcraft Wire and Cable catalog for US and import vehicles. Gives spark plug wire set numbers, dimensions of individual spark plug wires, and similar info for battery cables. Has many illustrations. Also includes listings of wiring accessories like sockets and connectors that were available separately. $ 12.00 postpaid in USA. PayPal is welcome. Thanks for looking! Harold
  8. The '87 is the only Motorcraft wire and cable catalog I have. Are you looking for anything else?
  9. Still available!
  10. That's right, folks! My last two Ford shop manuals are up for grabs. $5.00 each + shipping. 1982 Powertrain (Covers Continental, Thunderbird, XR-7, Fairmont Futura, Zephyr, Granada, Cougar, Mustang, Capri) 1982 Engine/Emissions Diagnosis (All car and truck lines) PayPal or USPS Money Order are fine. Harold
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  13. Here's an original NOS Ford Motorcraft starter relay still in its original carded packaging. This one was made in 1985, but will fit most Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury cars from 1983-1999, with some earlier and later applications. According to my research, this relay also fits: 1984-1990 Dodge D150 D250, D350, W150, W250, W350 and Ramcharger 1994-1997 and 2001-2003 Mazda B2300 1998-2001 Mazda B2500 1994-2003 Mazda B3000 1994-2003 Mazda B4000 1985-89 Merkur XR4Ti $20.00 postpaid in the lower 48 states. PayPal is fine. Thanks for looking! Harold
  14. Good used 'driver' quality nameplate with some pitting. Has all three studs but one is slightly damaged. $20.00 post paid in USA. PayPal or USPS Money Order are fine. Harold
  15. Still available!
  16. This is a Draw Tite 2000 lb hitch for a 1971 Ford. I can't find a model number on it but it should fit full-size '71 Fords and possibly Torino wagons. The other models have a painted metal panel under the rear bumper and this doesn't look like it would work with one. I've had this hitch many years and it's very solid in spite of the surface rust. $20.00 picked-up in/near Freehold, NJ. If you need shipping, let me know your zip code and I'll figure it out. Thanks for looking,Harold
  17. Still available!
  18. Covers all Mopar car makes including Plymouth, Dodge, Chrysler, Imperial, Valiant, and Lancer. Has many exploded-view illustrations, part numbers, and retail prices. Includes update pages still in wrapper. Somewhat worn and dirty but still a great reference source. $40.00 postpaid in the USA. PayPal is fine. Thanks for looking!Harold
  19. It my have been mentioned before, but GM keys have letter designations to identify the keyway (the grooves in the side of the key). So if your ignition key is an 'A' blank (for example) you should be able to use a newer style (big rectangular head) 'A' blank and cut a key. The automakers were notorious for having very few key combinations. In the 1960's, my mother, aunt, and cousin went to a bingo game in my aunt's '55 Buick. When they left, they got into another '55 Buick and drove away in it. My cousin spotted my aunt's car still parked at the curb! My aunt put the other car back where it was, and no-one was any the wiser.
  20. Great old accessory item. At least 50 years old since the manufacturer's address has a 'zone number' instead of a 'zip code'. Switch plate is marked 'No. 1', 'No. 2', and 'Both'. Box is beat-up, switch plate is somewhat dirty, and knob has a smudge on it. $12.00 postpaid in USA. PayPal is fine. Thanks for looking!Harold
  21. Part # 647215 for 1936 Plymouth Dodge DeSoto and Chrysler 6 cylinder cars. Some references say it fits '32-'36. Has surface rust as shown in pictures. $12.00 postpaid in USA. PayPal is fine. Thanks for looking! Harold
  22. Part # 647215 for 1936 Plymouth Dodge DeSoto and Chrysler 6 cylinder cars. Some references say it fits '32-'36. Has surface rust as shown in pictures. $12.00 postpaid in USA. PayPal is fine. Thanks for looking! Harold