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  1. Tom........i think i have one.....call me. Peace WildBill
  2. I have 65 rear ends under both my 66 Wildcats and i had this low mileage center section to put in when i wanted to drive one a long way to a show. Otherwise i run a 3:90 posi in both of them.Well i have put a Gear Vendors overdrive in the white 'Cat and TopCat won't be getting far from the Cat's Lair anymore. If there is one thing you can do to improve the drive-ability of an early big buick(especially dyna-flow equipped cars) is put 3:42 gears in them. This is a perfect low mile set and can be put in a 63-65 Riviera also if you change the yoke flange.These gears are very hard to find anymore.No shipping......well maybe.....but you pay actual costs. Pictures up in a day or two...... $2,000.00 Peace WildBill
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    NOS chrome wheel center caps

    Got my centers and they look great. Thanks Bill ! Peace WildBill
  4. I bought this from the estate of a retired Delco Electronics engineer 30+ years ago. It has been in perfect storage since and it looks and works well. It is marked "4-cyl" on the back and it is probably an engineering pre-production piece. I have never tried to sell it so here it is....$400.00 shipped in the lower 48. Peace WildBill
  5. I have had these parts for years.....too nice to throw away. $20.00 plus actual shipping. Peace WildBill
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    NOS chrome wheel center caps

    I will take them Bill. Peace WildBill
  7. Thanks Berta......i have a NOS drivers side one and the GM wrapper on it is marked Grp.12.112 #4226945 so i was thinking it was probably #4226946....? The molding has upper and lower black stripes with a red stripe in the middle and it is 50 inches long. Cash waiting. Here are a couple pictures...... Peace WildBill
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    1964-66 NOS radiator hoses for sale.

    Will do Tom. Peace WildBill
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    Nailhead engine pulleys

    Here are some nice pulleys from 60's nailhead engines. Power steering pulleys are $20.00 each plus shipping. All water pump pulleys are $30.00 plus shipping. Peace WildBill
  10. I have 2 1965-66 Wildcat,Electra non-AC upper hoses....part#1366??? marked R76EP50 on hose. NOS one is $25.00 plus shipping. Used one was on car for a few months before i switched to 455......$20.00 plus shipping. Next is a 1965-66 LeSabre with-AC lower hose.....part#1366382. $25.00 plus shipping. Last one is a lower hose for a 64-66 Special,Skylark with V8......part#1362552.Has inner anti-collapse spring. $35.00 plus shipping. Peace WildBill
  11. As stated.....in near mint condition. Lots of pages and great pictures. $30.00 shipped. Peace WildBill
  12. And the shifter ball is wrong......it should not have a pattern on it.....it is on the plate on the floor.AND.....they left the clips on the throttle arm for the idle speed control switch wires from when it had an automatic. Peace WildBill
  13. This car was probably made in the late 70's or so. Not a real 1 of 9 in my book.Look at the 10th from last photo.......those rusty nuts tell that the 4-speed pedal assembly was installed AFTER the plate that mounts the 4-spd over center pressure relief spring mount...which are painted black.If it was original to the car they would have painted over them also when the firewall was painted. Also....the tilt steering looks to be from a Rivera because of the upper chrome covers.Also the VIN plate is mounted with a single round pop-rivet to the firewall and the last numbers don't match the block numbers.The real test to see if it was a real 4-speed car is to see under that shift console on the floor. 50/50 or less on that being a real LX motor to the car. That said.....there are lots of rare correct parts that make this look like it could be real......... If it is real.....there has to be a paper trail to document a car like this. Peace WildBill p.s....picture of a 1 of 2 65 Wildcat 4-dr 4-speeds ever made.