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  1. Please contact me at PGCTrading1@gmail.com Located in Brooklyn, New York 1952 Oldsmobile Super 88 98 4BBL Carter WCFB Carburetor 2059S Remanufactured 1961 - 1967 Pontiac 389 CID 2BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7023064 1962 Chevy 235 CID 6 Cyl 1BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 1963 Buick 215 CID A/T 2GC 2BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7023142 1963 Buick 401 CID 4GC 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7023143 1964 Oldsmobile 330 CID 4BBL 4GC Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 1964 Buick Wildcat Riviera 401 CID 4GC 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 1964 Buick 4GC 4BBL Rochester 300 CID w/ Water Choke 7024044 Carburetor Remanufactured 1964 - 1966 Cadillac 429 CID 4GC 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 1964 - 1966 Cadillac 429 CID 4GC 4BBL Rochester Carburetor w/ AC 7026030 1965 Oldsmobile 400 425 CID 4GC 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 1965 GMC 401 CID V6 2BBL Stromberg WWC Remanufactured Carburetor w/ Governor 23-171 1965 1966 Buick 4BBL Carter AFB Carburetor 364 401 425 CID Remanufactured 4053S 1966 - 1967 GMC 401 CID V6 2BBL Stromberg WWC Remanufactured Carburetor w/ Governor 23-228 1966 Cadillac 429 CID AFB 4BBL Carter Carburetor w/ Air Injector Reactor 4169S 1966 - 1967 CHEVY V8 327 CARTER 4 BBL Carburetor AVS Remanufactured 4028S 1967 Cadillac 400 430 CID 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7027231 1967 Oldsmobile V8 442 Remanufactured 4BBL 4MV Rochester Carburetor 7027032 1968 - 1969 Buick 350 CID 2BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7029140 1969 Chevy 327 350 396 400 CID 2BBL ACDelco Rochester NOS Carburetor 7029121 1970 Oldsmobile Toronado 455 CID 8 Cyl 4BBL Rochester Carburetor 7040252 1971 Pontiac 400 455 CID 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 17054907 1971 Chevy Vega 140 2.3L 2BBL 2GV ACDelco Rochester NOS Carburetor 7046630 1971 Chevy Vega 140 CID 2.3L 2BBL 2GV ACDelco Rochester NOS Carburetor 7041107 1971 Cadillac Calais DeVille El Dorado Fleetwood 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor C9095 1972 Chevy Vega 140 CID 2.3L 2BBL 2GV Rochester NOS Carburetor 7042125 1972 Cadillac 472 500 CID Rochester Quadrajet Carburetor 7042237 Remanufactured 1972 Chevy GMC 250 292 CID 1BBL Rochester Monojet Remanufactured Carburetor 7042014 1972 Pontiac V8 400 455 CID 4MV 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 1972 - 1973 Chevy Truck 250 292 CID 1BBL Rochester NOS Carburetor 17055535 1972 - 1973 Oldsmobile Omega 350 CID 4BBL Rochester Carburetor 7043255 1972 Chevrolet 307 CID Rochester 2BBL Carburetor Remanufactured 7042100 1973 Cadillac 472 500 CID 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7043234 1973 Chevy & GMC Truck 350 CID 4MV 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 17054919 1973 - 1974 Pontiac 350 400 CID 2BBL Holley Economaster NOS Carburetor 1973 - 1974 Chevy Vega 1BBL Rochester Monojet NOS Carburetor 7043033 1973 Chevy Malibu Chavelle 307 CID 2BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7043105 1973 - 1974 Pontiac 350 400 455 CID 4BBL Rochester Reman Carburetor 7044266 1973 - 1974 2BBL Holley 3520 NOS 140 CID 2.3L Chevy Vega Carburetor 1974 Chevy & GMC Truck 454 CID 7.4L Big Block 4MV 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7044223 1975 Chevy & GMC Truck 350 400 CID M4MC 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7045228 1975 - 1976 Chevy Vega Monza 1BBL ACDelco Rochester NOS Carburetor NOS 17054963 1975 - 1976 Chevy Chevette 140 CID 2BBL Holley Carburetor NOS 8295 1975 - 1976 Oldsmobile 350 455 CID 4BBL M4MC Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7045183 1975 - 1977 Chevy Truck GM Cars 350 CID 5.7L 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 17057204 1975 - 1977 Chevy Truck GM Cars 350 CID 5.7L 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 7045228 1976 - 1978 Chevy Pontiac 1.4L 1.6L 1BBL Rochester NOS Carburetor 17055051 1976 - 1978 Chevy Chevette Pontiac 1.6L 1BBL Rochester NOS Carburetor 17057034 1977 Chevy Pontiac 2.3L 140 CID NOS 2BBL Holley Carburetor 8703 1978 - 1979 Cadillac Eldorado 425 CID 7.0L 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 17058531 1978 Pontiac 350 CID 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor M4MC 17058461 1979 Chevy GMC Truck 350 400 CID Heavy Duty 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 17059213 1979 Oldsmobile 350 403 CID 4BBL Rochester Remanufactured Carburetor 17059253
  2. For Sale: 1970 Buick Skylark: Fresh Paint! Original sheet metal. No rust ever! 350V8, Auto, PS, PB, Air, Rear Sway bar. New shocks. Drives new. Nice white interior. Clear plastic covers since new. Front removed 3 years ago. If you come look at it you will buy it. Chestertown, MD Asking $19.5K or best reasonable offer kid442w30@yahoo.com
  3. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1957-Buick-Riviera-Caballero-Estate-Wagon-/332230554013?hash=item4d5a7bf19d:g:SZYAAOSwuMZZIMSO&vxp=mtr Not mine. It is being presented as a 1957 Caballero wagon, but it in actuality it is a four-door hardtop Special station wagon, model 49-D. If it were a Caballero it would be a model 69-D and would have the four-barrel carburetor and the chrome ribs in the roof and other items that the Specials lack. Seller is probably not intentionally misrepresenting it, but is uninformed. Caveat emptor! Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. I have a number of old wrenches, snips, pliers for sale from a number of companies. Craftsman,Armstrong bros, ford, fairmountcleve., smiths, utica,billings. And some I don't know I don't know much about them I figured if post them on here if anyone is interested
  7. Both cars are located in Sonora, Ca. Best way to get ahold of me is email. Tylerpiche@gmail.com $2000 1955 Buick Century 2dr hardtop. Been parked in a field since the 90's with the driver's window down & a hole in the windshield. Floors are bad, has some spots of rust down in fenders & quarters. Both fenders have some damage down low also, large dent in driver side quarterpanel. Rockers have damage under the doors. Hood stuck closed with bad hinges (it's sitting about 6" forward of its normal spot, but not bent on half like they sometimes do on these cars). Unknown condition of motor/trans. Has most trim in trunk along with the grille. I was told it's missing a piece of side trim, but not sure which one. What you see is what you get. If it's not in the pics, don't count on it being here. Also included is a 4dr hardtop. Missing one door, driver's fender, took a hit & is damaged along with some of the mustache bar. Motor is incomplete.
  8. Wasn't this for sale like...7 months ago? I remember the bent right front fender. You would think they could at least fix it. I thought it sold. I guess 55G don't fly fast. https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/buick/riviera/1953297.html#&gid=1&pid=43
  9. A friend of mine needed some cash and he had a Reatta zippered portfolio for sale. I purchased it from him for $200.00 It is in good shape and it has the flashlight that works, and the tire guage.. It is missing the pen.. It has the 1990 owners manual the Reatta road map, the Reatta little build book, uncut plastic key, and the signed craftsman log. I have no need to keep it ;and it is for sale for $200.00 that I paid plus shipping for $10.00. contact me at booreatta@cox.net if you have an interest.
  10. https://cosprings.craigslist.org/cto/6122665977.html So, could this be original paint and therefore I wonder what the paint codes/names were. Willie Or Mike?
  11. 70 GS overflow tank and bracket, $10 + shipping.
  12. Hey TMT get graphic here, if you are in need of wood grain restoration for any vehicle ,whether be it stock or any form/combination of stains and Woodgrains give us an email for a quote @....Tmtgetgraphic@gmail.com we can duplicate or create a like new, better than new woodwork for your classic or hot rod
  13. https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/6137245853.html I think this would be an awesome car if I were local. 1st, looks like good paint. Buff it out and live with it for $1000. I personally like all tans, browns, etc but I can understand if tan is not your cup of tea. 2. It's from the west, so likely has minimal or no rust. 3. A buyer can probably get this to run with the usual stuff. 4. Interior door panels look nice, so get some material from SMS and redo the seats and your done. 5. I see hubcaps, a +++.
  14. For Sale 1923 Buick Model 41 Touring Sedan $15,000 (obo) Contact information: Chris Moore 715-246-9357 (home) 715-497-4828 (cell) moore_cc@hotmail.com History: A couple of years ago, I inherited my grandfather’s 1923 Buick Model 41. This car has won numerous regional awards for originality and at least one national award in the originality category. I know that my grandfather was the second owner (making me the third owner) of the car and kept it in original condition; it runs and drives great. He found the car in Rock Valley, IA sitting inside a barn and purchased it in 1968. Why I am selling: Because I am not able to devote the time to car shows/parades and my family is relocating, I would like to sell it. I am willing to show the car to interested individuals. If you know of anyone who may be interested, please pass this along. Location: Somerset, WI
  15. For Sale Nice working clock from '64 Riviera . May fit other years. $125 plus shipping lower 48 states Thanks, Loren@65GS.com
  16. Not mine but I thought someone might be interested. Somerset, Wisconsin is less than one hour NE of downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/wsh/pts/6141688327.html Al Malachowski BCA #8965 "500 Miles West of Flint"
  17. 1953 Ford F-100Original Straight 6 Cylinder3-speed Manual Original All Steel BodyAll StockSolid Wood BedAll Glass is in good conditionCab HeaterNo Rust or Body RotSolid Original Dash with working gauges & lightsVery clean and solid frame and undercarriageRun & DrivesThis truck sat for many years in Kingwood, WV at the local original Dodge & Chrysler Dealership/Garage. It was the shop truck that was used once a year for the original owner to go Apple picking. Never any hard use. Truly a unique and solid truck.$ 17,500 If interested please call (304) 376-9057
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    *SOLD* Sometimes you just need a reminder about how things are supposed to be. The Model A has been a staple of the old car hobby since, well, pretty much when the hobby started. Lately it seems that the people who love these charming little cars are getting as old as the machines themselves and popularity is waning. I've watched it happen right in front of my eyes, as have many of you. So what I want you all to do is go out and drive a Model A and take someone with you who has never been in one. What I think you will both discover is that these are still some of the best cars you can buy, regardless of cost. Henry's Lady wasn't the fastest or most comfortable or most opulent, but you can't argue with the quality of the materials and the durable, do-anything, go-anywhere attitude that these little cars exhibit. They just want to play, which is a big part of their enduring appeal. And if we could get some young people to see just how fun they are to drive, well, maybe we'll start a revolution. Which brings me to this pretty 1929 Model A phaeton. It comes to me from the daughter of the fellow who restored it about ten years ago, and she showed me some photos of his collection (shown below) and it was rather impressive to say the least. He restored each of the cars himself and they all won awards. He was clearly a purist, because you won't find any of the usual upgrades on any of his cars, least of all this beautiful phaeton. His family sold off most of the collection a few years ago but held on to this phaeton hoping that one of the kids would want it, but that's sadly not the case, so here it is. And it's just lovely. First, it looks right. The green bodywork with black fenders and wheels is elegant and simple, just as it should be. The darker belt molding holds a cream-colored stripe, just enough to make it look dressed up but not over-done. Finish quality is exemplary, likely better than new, with a fabulous gloss to the paint, excellent panel alignment, and a lot of attention to detail. This was a guy who not only knew what he was doing, but took the time to get it right. There are some very, very minor signs of age and use, but I can't tell you what they are because none is obvious enough to stand out in my memory. All I can remember is how pretty it is. Our photo studio always has trouble with green cars, so it's a little more gray in photos than in real life, and I'm sure you'd recognize the color if you saw it in the flesh--it's right for a Model A. I'm pretty sure that the brightwork is chrome, not nickel, and that might offend the most pure of the purists, but it's low maintenance and most folks won't know the difference. I also believe the splash pans are from a '31, since they're 1-piece, but again, there aren't a lot of folks who would know that. And I'm not positive that the drum-style taillight was still being used in '29, but I'm not enough of an expert to be sure. Whatever, those are easy things to fix if you want to chase trophies and do nothing to diminish the quality of the car. Inside, there's correct black leatherette upholstery that's as simple and durable as the car itself. There's some minor wear in the driver's seat, but otherwise it's unmarked. The rubber mats fore and aft are in excellent condition and the big hard rubber steering wheel feels substantial in your hands. The center-mounted instrument panel is a little scuffed, but the gauges all work properly, as does the pop-out ignition switch. Wind wings, a Boyce moto-meter out on the radiator, and an electric wiper motor are useful accessories that make touring more pleasurable. The convertible top is in excellent condition and we didn't put it down for the photo shoot since my young photographer was a little intimidated by it; besides, everyone has seen a Model A with the top down, right? Anyway, it's nice. The car hadn't run for about a year when it came to us, so we flushed out the gas tank, installed all-new ignition components, including coil, condenser, points, and plugs, plus a new battery, and voila! it was running. And boy does it run! Knowing the guy who restored it, I'm disinclined to believe that it's modified, but this little guy sure wants to GO! There's a big whack of low-end torque and it zips along at 50 MPH without seeming to work very hard, leading me to believe that there are at least some high-speed gears out back. The engine block is wearing correct Ford Green enamel and it uses all the right parts, from the Zenith updraft carburetor to the two-blade fan to the original 6V generator. The only modification I can find on the entire car is the fuse on the starter, but that's just smart so no penalty there. Correct hose clamps, a leather wrap on the water pump, and proper cloth wiring make it look very authentic. The three-speed manual transmission will teach a new old car driver how to double clutch, and with light clutch action and easy shifting, they'll pick it up quickly. The brakes are effective for what they are, and again, they'll teach a rookie how to manage an old car with limited abilities. Nevertheless, it feels nimble on the road and have I mentioned how quick it feels? I love driving this car! I also love the black painted wire wheels and proper blackwall tires, which is how a Model A should look. Look at the car, the collection from which it comes, and believe me when I tell you that this is a wonderful little A with no vices. It's also crazy affordable because there's no way you could duplicate a restoration of this caliber for just $24,900. So reignite your love of the small end of the hobby or get someone new involved, because this is a flat-out awesome place to start. Thanks for reading!
  19. My dad is selling his collection and has a 1965 Ford Thunderbird convertible for sale. 390cid V8, automatic, power steering, power brakes, power windows, fender skirts. Runs good. Paint is fair, top has a small golf ball sized tear in it on the drivers side sail panel, interior is original and could use some sprucing up. Top works good. $9,500.00 Car is located in SW PA, near Pittsburgh PA. Private message me for more information. kimndale97 at gmail dot com
  20. 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sport (LS5) 454 Sport Coupe. THE REAL DEAL! Excellent. Rare. Only 53,100 documented miles. The Protect-O-Plate and Copy of Original Title are with the car. The V.I.N. number of this car begins 1D37W21 which decodes: 1 = Chevrolet. D = Malibu. 37 = 2-door sport coupe. W = 454cid V8 4-bbl (LS5). 2 = 1972. 1 = Oshawa Ontario, Canada built. The LS5 was only available with the Z15 Super Sport option. Powered by the numbers matching 454 Cubic Inch V8 with A.I.R. (smog pump). The LS5 was rated at a conservative 270 horsepower by Chevrolet. Dual Exhaust. The Engine Suffix Code is CRX which means this is one of only 1,625 1972 Super Sport Chevelles ever built with the LS5 and M-22. The transmission is the numbers matching 4-speed Muncie M-22 “Rock Crusher”. The rear end is the RV code 12-bolt 3.31 Positraction. Finished in Color Code Correct Cranberry Red with a trim tag correct Black Vinyl Roof. Black Racing Stripes and hood pins complete the look. Trim tag correct Black Vinyl Interior. Bucket Seats and Console. This wonderful Super Sport Chevelle is equip with lots of great options. Cowl Induction. Power Disc Brakes. Driver remote mirror. Day-Nite Rearview mirror. Factory Lap and Shoulder Seatbelts. Super Sport steering wheel and dashboard. Tachometer. AM FM 8-track Stereo Radio. Clock. Rally wheels with Firestone Wide Oval tires. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $54,454 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Super Sport in action:
  21. My dad is selling his collection of cars and among them is this 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom 4 door sedan with the Lemans Dual Jetfire engine and Hydramatic transmission with Air conditioning. It is originally from Tulsa OK and is a fairly solid car, minor rust on floors that was patched when he got it. The structure is in good shape. Paint is good, not a million dollar job, with a few small bubbles on the lower panels. Small dent (scrape) on the drivers quarter panel. Interior was replace with non-original style upholstery and headliner. Chrome is fair, bumper could stand to be replated. Glass is good, tinted side and rear windows, windshield was replace and is clear. Compression test was done and cylinders range from 140-155. Carbs could use rebuilt. A/C does not work and belt is removed. Car has been in storage for about 10 years and the brakes now need work. He drove this car regularly to show before that. Own a rare piece of automotive history!! A bargain at $5,000.00 Car is located in SW PA near Pittsburgh PA. Private message me and I will be glad to talk. kimndale97 at gmail dot com
  22. My dad has decided to sell his lifetime collection of 17 antique and classic cars and has asked me to take care of selling them. Some of these cars have not seen the light of day in many years, others have been driven occasionally. They have been stored in dry indoor conditions. Some have been restored, some are unrestored originals. It is hard to get good pictures of some of them as they haven't been moved in years. All have titles. If you are interested in one, or more, email kimndale97 at gmail.com or message me and I will get you what you need. All cars are located in SW PA in dry storage. (SOLD)1929 Hupmobile Century M - 4 door sedan, 8 cylinder, 3 speed manual transmission. Amateur restoration many years ago, runs good, missing hubcaps. Two tone blue. 1948 Lincoln Continental - 2 door coupe, original V-12 engine, 3 speed trans./overdrive. Original condition, runs very good, power windows. Black $22,000. 1954 Nash Ambassador - 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder OHV with dual carburetors, LeMans engine, 4 speed hydromatic trans. Runs good, Factory air conditioning. Has fold down seats to make into a bed. Croton Green/Mist Gray Green. $5,000 SOLD 1954 Plymouth - 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder 3 speed standard trans. Needs seat redone. Runs very good, starts every time. Turquoise/white. SOLD 1957 Imperial by Chrysler - 4 door hardtop 392 hemi engine, pushbutton torqueflyte trans. Needs restored, seats are refinished and material for rest of interior is there. Runs good, manual windows. Blue/white. 1964 Thunderbird - 2 door Landau hardtop, 390 V8 with automatic trans. Ran when parked over 30 years ago, needs exhaust and tires. Green $3,500. 1965 Thunderbird - 2 door convertible, 390 V8 with automatic trans. Runs good, top works well. Red $9,500. SOLD 1964 1/2 Mustang - convertible, 260 V8 automatic trans. Fresh restoration with new interior and top. Runs well. Blue/white 1969 Cadillac De Ville - convertible V8 engine, auto trans. A/C New top, paint when parked 30 years ago. Ran good when parked. Red/white. $15,000. 1971 Lincoln Mark III - 2 door hardtop 460 V8 engine, auto trans. Runs well, mostly original, low miles. Slight rust around rear wheels. All options including electric eye headlight dimmer. Blue/white. $4,800. 1971 Lincoln Mark III - 2 door convertible. 460 V8, auto trans. Made from a 2 door hardtop using Ford power top mechanism. Top covered in vinyl. Brown. $3,500. SOLD 1975 Cadillac Eldorado - 2 door convertible. 500 V8, auto trans. Needs restored, runs well. Solid body. Posted separate on AACA For Sale forums. Blue/white. 1983 Mustang - convertible. 302cc 5.0 liter HO with 4 speed standard trans. Only 2,900 miles. Like new!!!!! All original. Red/white. $25,000 1987 Lincoln Mark VII - V8 auto, loaded moon roof, runs good, good shape. Gold. $3,500. SOLD 1992 Chrysler Lebaron - convertible. V6, auto trans. Runs good, no rust, new top, cloth interior, new tires. Periwinkle blue. SOLD PENDING PICKUP 1954? and 1961? Metropolitan hardtops with lots of extra parts. 2 cars, 1961? mostly complete and runs, needs restored. 1954? solid body, mostly apart, engine and trans out. Tons of extra parts including a convertible top frame, stainless trim, dash, brake drums, spare tire mounts, glass and several engines and trans.
  23. A very nice Model 2103 Super Clipper, body style 2172 on the 127" WB. New proper wool interior and new carpet. I dare you to find a rust hole. Seriously, it's as solid as it gets showing some original paint and some areas that have been sprayed over the years. This is an ex-Harrah's collection car and comes with a certificate to that effect. Clear MI title, 5 new Silvertown radials, new rear shocks, front shocks serviced, all new brakes to include lines, wheel cylinders and all new shoes. Has O/D, heater, radio (not working completely, turns on/off), new battery, new fuel lines and filter, fresh carb rebuild with ethanol resistant components. Chrome is stunning with a fresh replate on the bumpers and the rest in near perfect original condition. The 2103 is recognized by the CCCA to be a classic and what a CARavan car this would be. It could use some minor love here and there but it's off and running right now. Can be seen at Hershey in spaces OBC 23-24. Accepting realistic offers, asking $24,500. If you see it you'll love it, no apologies, runs, shifts, stops and steers just as it should, starts hot or cold every time. I can be reached here by PM, or email to: highlander809@gmail.com or an old-fashioned ph call: 734 637 1421, text msg is ok too.
  24. 69 Buick parts manual, $125 shipped to lower 48. 76 Fisher body manual, $10 + shipping
  25. Chrome Tail panel, $75 NORS Chrome/Stainless gas filler opening trim, may fit other full size $15 Grill Emblem holder, $10