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  1. Here’s a pair of new-old-stock air meter or air hose accessory items. The air chuck attachment has a red hose segment in the middle to provide flexibility, when accessing tire valve stems. It has as a rotating coupling on the air inlet. The chrome item is an tire pressure gauge holder. It is designed to tighten on the air hose toward the end nearest the tire. A pencil-style air gauge slips into this holder for ease of use in checking the tire pressure. Guys who worked at a gas station back in the day may remember these being in use. These two air hose accessories are being sold together as one lot. The price is $16 for the pair, plus the shipping.
  2. Does anyone have dealership showroom albums for an 1989 Buick’s? its a official Buick community so I thought someone can help me out on here i need the advertising dealer planner album, and exhibit manual album for the 1989 Buick Models if you have it message me. Looked all over and contacted the Buick museum in Detroit that has Buick literature that everyone donated over the years. They told me they aren’t selling literature because it’s only for research purposes. So I need your guys help. If you have any connections or go to swap meets please keep me in mind and message me on here
  3. There is a Getrag/Muncie 284 trans for sale on e bay if anyone is interested $500.00 https://www.ebay.com/itm/232636240037?ul_noapp=true
  4. This is a neat little BUICK sign that was made for a short time about 40 years ago. I purchased this one back then. A nice portrayal of the BUICK Valve-In-Head logo. It is two-sided, painted metal, and very well made. The sign size is 12" wide by 7" high. It comes with the hanging bracket shown. In excellent condition. The price is $125, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  5. This is a neat little BUICK sign that was made for a short time about 40 years ago. I purchased this one back then. A nice portrayal of the BUICK Valve-In-Head logo. It is two-sided, painted metal, and very well made. The sign size is 12" wide by 7" high. It comes with the hanging bracket shown. In excellent condition. The price is $125, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  6. 1957 Lincoln Capri Hardtop Coupe. Exceptional original automobile with preservation work as necessary. 60,000 Documented miles from new. Original Purchase order, and copy of original title. Known History. ONLY 2,973 produced. Excellent. Finished in Desert Buff and Starmist White. Green cloth interior. 368 Cubic Inch V-8. Automatic Transmission. Power Steering. Power Brakes. Radio has been converted to receive FM. Power Antenna. Fog Lamps. Day-Nite Mirror. Tinted Glass. Radial Wide White Wall Tires. Seat belts have been added for safety. Upgraded to electric windshield wipers. The doors even lock and unlock with the key! Massive chrome covered 1950’s luxury at its finest. Ready to Drive, Show, and Enjoy. $34,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Be sure to watch the video:
  7. Below is the link to my 1951 Chevy in Hemmings ONLINE. The ad will appear in Hemmings APRIL issue. Factory stock outside appearance, modified 235 six cylinder driveline. https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/chevrolet/styleline/2060664.html
  8. As we are no longer restoring carburetors, we are offering many of our made-in-the-USA rebuilding parts for sale. If you have an interest in Packard Detroit Lubricator parts, please check my Ebay auctions under user name carbking Jon.
  9. This posting is for the sale of the four page booklet found in the glove box of every new Buick which discussed the operation and use of the vent-heater system. See photos. Cost is $5.00 plus $4.00 shipping. I accept PayPal and other methods of payment. Email me at brooker50158@outlook.com or call 641-485-6413. Thanks for looking. Brooker
  10. This listing consists of the pictured 12 page booklet published by Buick explaining the fine suspension and ride provided by the new Buick. Cost is $12.50 plus $5.00 shipping. See photos. I accept PayPal and other methods of payment. Email be at brooker50158@outlook.com or call 641-485-6413. Thanks for looking. Brooker
  11. Pictured are sample pages from the sales brochure published by Buick to promote 1953 sales on their 50th Anniv. of existence. This item is in vibrant colors and pictures and discusses the models available. The pictures include the exteriors, interiors, convertibles, mechanics, and much more. The brochure is 20 pages in length. The condition is excellent as pictured. I have owned this piece for approximately 35 years and I had a 1953 Skylark when it was purchased. The price is $25.00 plus 6.00 shipping. I accept PayPal and other methods of payment. Email me at brooker50158@outlook.com or call 641-485-6413. Thanks for looking. Brooker
  12. For Sale: Paints chips for 1938 Buicks

    This listing consists of two pages of 1938 Buick paint chips with related information. See photos. Cost is $6.00 plus shipping of $4.50. I accept PayPal and other methods of payment. Email me at brooker50158@outlook.com or call 641-485-6413. Thanks for looking. Brooker
  13. This listing consists of two pages of 1941-1942-1946 paint chips with related information. See photos. Cost is $6.00 plus shipping of $4.50. I accept PayPal and other methods of payment. Contact me by email at brooker50158@outlook.com or call 641-485-6413. Brooker
  14. For Sale: 1938 Buick Paint chips

    This listing consists of two pages of paint chip information for 1938 Buicks. See photos for pictures of chips and related information. Cost is $6.00 plus $4.50 shipping. I accept PayPal and other methods of payment. Email me at brooker50158@outlook.com or call 641-485-6413. Thanks for looking.
  15. For Sale: 1948 Buick paint chips

    This listing consists of two pages of paint chips for 1948 Buicks. The pages also provide additional information on two-tone combinations and model use of each color, plus. Cost is $6.00 plus shipping of $4.50. Check photos carefully as there are no returns. I accept PayPal as well as other payment methods. You can email me at brooker50158@outlook.com or call 641-485-6413. Thanks for looking. Brooker
  16. Gentlemen, Having new Oil Pressure Relief springs made to OEM specifications. Springs are being made in lots of 10 by a specialty spring shop. Currently creating an order for 1925-28 Standard, 29 ser 116, 30 ser 40. Calling this grouping "Standard Springs" Also taking names to determine the need for 1924 6 cyl, 25-26 Master, 27-28 ser 120-128, 29 ser 121-129, 30 ser 50-60. Calling this grouping "Master Springs". Springs will be at cost + shipping. The current price is $13 each plus postage. Springs get weak with age and the old metallurgy is know to break. PM me with your name and spring type, and I will follow up when these are available. Thank you, Hugh
  17. 1931/32 plymouth overdrive trans

    Plymouth overdrive transmission conversion on E-bay -- 183015678321 a bit pricey but I have seen this done years back -- not mine but cool if you want one --Allan
  18. Spring Special - Light Yellow with Dark Brown Landau and interior. Original 89K mile AACA show car (multiple Second Junior & HPOF awards). 5.0 liter strong V-8 engine and AT. Power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes. Accessories include locking wire hub caps and fender mounted light monitors. Everything works: AC, cassette player, antenna, remote mirrors, courtesy light, etc. Since 2008 driven 23K miles only to car shows in East, South & Midwest. All shop manuals, dealer product book and sales literature. VIN 1G3AZ57Y8DE33959 Located in Western Maryland. $8,500. Ted, 301-707-0845, tedschneider30@gmail.com
  19. 1936 Ford Cabriolet

    All steel, older restoration, new L&B top, V8, excellent condition, Washington Blue with Tan interior. Garage stored in Tavares, Fl. Contact Dick 585-747-2384 or 352-508-8165. Asking $48,000 or best offer.
  20. I have a large number of U-Joint discs for trucks in the 1920's and 1930's to sell. Most are $35.00 each plus shipping. The picture may or may not be the discs you need best to email me or call. 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  21. (2) Chrysler TC by Maserati rims $50 each plus shipping
  22. This 1936 Special isn't a car I would ordinarily represent, but that isn't to say I don't like it. I often tell people that what I like and what the business likes are sometimes two very different things. This 1936 Buick Special sedan was referred to us by a good client and the car was owned by a long-time friend of his in the western New York region. Unbeknownst to us, he loaded up the trailer and hauled it down to Cleveland and showed up in our parking lot with it, ready to sell. He came into the showroom and immediately felt that he'd made a mistake. That's nonsense and as a Buick guy, there was no way I was going to turn him away. He's owned this Special for decades and while it's far from a show car, it is one heck of a runner and a car he has used for many, many tours over the years. It is bulletproof reliable, spacious, solid, and it sure does drive well. The paint is quite old and probably done in his garage, so don't expect to win prizes with it, and the black fenders weren't correct for 1936 although I don't hate how they look. So we gave it a modest color sand and buff and brought out a bit of a shine so it looks presentable for driving with a few thin spots that were probably inevitable after all these years. The chrome is original and has the usual light pitting, but nothing is critically damaged and right now the whole car has a complete, all-of-a-piece look that doesn't really need or make excuses. Just drive without worries. The interior is newer and quite well done, offering tan cloth and proper patterns throughout. The driver's seat is firm and comfortable and the back seat looks hardly used. Original handles, moldings, and fittings are completely intact and the dash is in good order. The big banjo steering wheel isn't cracked or falling apart and the gauges, while original, all seem to work save for the ammeter (the car is 12 volts with an alternator). Horns and a few bulbs don't work due to the conversion, but that would be easy to remedy. There's also an auxiliary temperature gauge under the dash. Updated wiring works behind the scenes and the headliner is just beautiful. The glass appears to be original and some of it is delaminating around the edges, but none of it interferes with visibility--the front vent windows are the worst. The trunk is fully carpeted and includes a full-sized spare. The engine appears to be the original 233 cubic inch straight-8, even though it's the wrong color. Aside from the 12-volt electrical system, it remains completely stock and runs beautifully. We've never had any issues starting it--in fact, it springs to life faster and easier than cars half its age. It idles smoothly hot or cold and as I mentioned, it's fantastic out on the road. Plenty of power, easy shifting, light clutch action, and good brakes. We've never seen more than 180 degrees on the gauge and it makes good oil pressure with no smoking or other issues. It doesn't have exhaust leaks or any of those problems, although it does lay a few drops of oil here and there. It's crusty and grimy underneath, but not rusted or neglected and again, it's just about right for a car that you're going to drive instead of show. Handsome artillery wheels are color-matched to the bodywork and carry ancient wide whites, and I recommend replacing those before setting out on a journey--they have signs of age that I wouldn't ignore. Radials would be an excellent choice that would make this a first-rate driver. Yes, I like this car and it's a heck of a lot of fun for just $10,900. That's about the same as a Model A sedan in this condition, and you get a far more road-worthy car with this 8-cylinder Buick. Again, not a show car, not perfect, but solid, complete, and quite enjoyable to drive. If you've been looking for an economical way into the hobby with a car that's not as common as most in this price range, this is a good choice. It's very easy to like and you can upgrade it along the way. Thanks for looking!
  23. This ground-up restoration of a 1932 Studebaker St. Regis Brougham is now for sale at $47,500 OBO. I am selling as part of an estate and entertaining all reasonable offers. This car will sell in the next two months. Full details on the restoration and over 40 photos of this car are available at Hemmings Motor News: https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/studebaker/commander/1945819.html
  24. Hooker Super Competition Headers #1103 $400 Black powder coated paint. Fits the following: -BUICK: 1973-1976 Century, Regal, Wagons w/350 engine 1968-1972 Skylark, Gran Sport, Wagons w/350 engine -OLDSMOBILE: 1975 Omega w/350 engine -PONTIAC: 1975 Ventura, Phoenix w/350 engine 1974 GTO w/Buick 350 engine Never used. Still have original packaging/box. Some very minor scratches. Includes original mounting hardware and gaskets. These retail new for $499