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  1. Not mine https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F282737072564
  2. 1954 Skylark $18,000

    https://iowacity.craigslist.org/cto/d/1954-buick-skylark/6389688357.html (Scam) Cough-cough (Scam)
  3. 1931 Chevrolet Independence Series AE Special Sedan. Four door sedan. Body by Fisher. Restored. Excellent. 53,275 documented miles. A “Baby Cadillac” as Chevrolet borrowed styling from Cadillac. Finished in Bolling Green and Black with Medium Cream wheels and pinstripe. Interior finished in Green Mohair with wood grain window trim. Powered by the Chevrolet 194 cubic inch straight six which was rated at 50 horsepower. Three speed manual transmission. Loaded with lots of great options and accessories. Stone Guard. Dual Side Mounted spare tires. Cowl Lamps. Vacuum windshield wiper. Trunk rack with trunk. Dual outside mirrors. Dome Lamp. Dual rear seat ash trays. Rear seat foot rest. PHILCO AM Radio. Goodyear Wide White Wall tires. Ready to drive, show and enjoy. $27,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Chevrolet in action:
  4. https://cedarrapids.craigslist.org/cto/d/cherry-1984-buick-park-ave/6371487931.html For sale a cherry 1984 Buick Park Ave. with 9300 miles. This is a one owner car minty condition. The interior is immaculate the X terrier is just the same. This would make someone a nice cruiser. Call 319three three zero two three four three NOT MINE OK, not sure I believe the story regarding miles. This appears to be a flip purchase by someone who bought it off an elderly couple for $500 or something OR is still owned by them and the grandson with the iPhone thought he would help sell it, hence the autocorrect spelling in the text. But hey who knows, this may be a legit late RWD Park Avenue with only 9400 original miles offered for $4500. Can't beat that!
  5. 1974 Electra $4000

    Has a 455 motor,good tires,lots of new stuff. Just fixed brakes with new wheel cylinders. Very rust free car. Has some surface rust in the paint but is just at the surface. Everything is in good working order except the AC pump. Any questions just ask. https://waterloo.craigslist.org/cto/d/74-buick-225-electra-classic/6371135309.html This is a base Electra, not a Limited but shows well. At 1st I was like, no that paint looks rusty but it may bounce back with some buffing. Ditto on the interior. I think the camera is just picking up the browns in that clothe. There was a 2 door version of this for sale on Dubuque Iowa Craigs List 2 years ago I wish I had purchased. Not a big fan of the mint green vinyl top. This car won't sell for $4000. But if the mileage is accurate at 56,000, that's not too bad. Note the rear bumper fillers look OK, usually they are gone and these likely are fragile if original.
  6. 1989 Lesabre T Type

    https://waterloo.craigslist.org/cto/d/rust-free-very-nice-1989/6384772283.html THIS IS IN TRAER IOWA !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is a Very clean 1989 Buick Lesabre T-Type. The exterior has no rust. The interior is spotless. It has the leather seats. There have no rips or cracks in the seats. The car has been painted. It looks very nice from about 10 foot away. When you get closer and look hard enough you can see runs in the clear coast. With that being said the car has 169K miles on GM's bullet proof 3800 engine that gets 28-30 mpg. Asking $4950 maybe willing to trade but if the trade is not worth more than my car cash must be included. For a little less money I will put the factory wheels back on it. Jeremy 319-240-8720
  7. 41 century, not mine

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1941-Buick-Century/222719662440?hash=item33db205968:g:5NIAAOSwQcJaC0yf&vxp=mtr 1941 BUICK CENTURY SEDANETTE Stored since 69—-lots of rust work to do in floors , rockers , and trunk. All sheet metal is available from numerous sources. Car is very straight and complete. Includes its original skirts with trim that were stored inside the car. Very rare. Will have new tires in a day or so. 408 892 5959
  8. https://desmoines.craigslist.org/cto/d/1936-buick-special-coupe/6362470026.html 1936 Special Coupe, decent body with minor rust in floor and passenger door bottom. Mostly complete car with beautiful grill (no cracks) and has the original rims. Tail lights and fender lights are off but there. Hood ornament missing. Newer 8 cylinder motor (1950 - 1953) installed but not running. Clean and clear title. Call Dave (763) 427- 34 six zero or Nick (612) 716- 79 zero two ** NOT MINE ** I find it interesting but don't have a spare $7K around. I have a couple of questions. Just for conversation - 1. What does the handle open in the back on a 1936 Special 3 window coupe? Is it a rumble seat or a trunk like storage area? 2. What would you do about the non original non correct but still Buick motor? If I remember - and I may be wrong so don't kill me - but the 320 was new for 1936 but the Special 8 cylinder was a carry over and a one year only engine, sort of. Visually I am sure it looks different than a 1950's Buick engine and although I would not purchase this to win 400 points at a BCA meet, I would want to make it "appear" as original as possible. So, I would imagine that means pulling it and painting it correctly with correct decal on the valve cover and not 1950's decals. Or would you purchase it and restore it authentically? When they say "not running" that is a warning flag to me that while it was dropped in there, maybe little effort was done to get it to run OR it may have been a legitimate replacement in the 1950's or so to keep an old dog running? I don't know.
  9. 42 Buick basket case, not mine

    https://asheville.craigslist.org/cto/d/1942-buick/6364266633.html 1942 Buick Project Car - $800Whittier, NC1942 Buick Body. Includes fenders not shown in photos.on a 1979 Nova sub-frame. 1976 Monte Carlo rear end, 76 Caprice steering column. No engine. With title.Located near Cherokee, NC.Whittier, NCMust pick up on site, or arrange transport. Whole body only, I'm not parting this out.
  10. 62 Skylark Conv Auction

    Not mine. But is up for auction. https://shackletons.hibid.com/lot/36156945/1962-buick-special-convertible?cpage=8
  11. Not mine, I can go look or pick it up if anyone wants... https://winstonsalem.craigslist.org/pts/d/buick-nailhead/6365470529.html Buick nailhead engine. 322 cu in. Complete munus starter. Also have adaptor to mate to early ford trans.
  12. I am getting older and also getting tired of having garages full of cars that I rarely if ever drive. Just having them sit so I can look at them and say I have them, seems ridiculous, so my wife and I are parting with 90% of the old cars we have starting with this one. This is a 1956 Plymouth Suburban station wagon. California car all of it's life until sitting in my garage in South Florida. v8, dual exhaust, std. steering and brakes. Nice driver as is to enjoy now, or do it up for show as you drive it and enjoy it. It starts right up and runs well every time I go and check on it. Nice shape, not a show car but a nice driver. Wouldn't take much to make it a show car. Dependable, brakes redone, tuned up, fluids are all fresh. Car drives like a 1956 Plymouth. $ 10,000 - NOTHING wanted in trade.
  13. Here's a link to a C/L ad for a '40 Windsor for sale in Kearney, NE. The ad calls it a '39. We all know that's incorrect. Take a look at the ad and see if you can find anything else wrong: https://grandisland.craigslist.org/cto/d/39-chrysler-windsor-rear/6325910112.html
  14. 1956 Mercury tail light assembly

    Used , a few chrome pimples , but shines nice. Complete as shown in photos. Needs some cleaning $65 plus shipping Send a PM with zip code Thanks Roy
  15. 1955 DeSoto full hubcaps ( Pair)

    Used caps nice shape , see photos., $30 for the pair Plus shipping. Send zip code USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  16. Not mine. Well documented. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Buick-Riviera/282735589548?hash=item41d45ab8ac:g:ui8AAOSwSQFaDNHt&vxp=mtr
  17. Here's anther one I found - https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/ank/cto/d/1930-peerless-model-standard/6388454796.html 1930 Peerless Model A Standard Eight 5P Sedan Hayes Body One of 7 known to exist as per the "Peerless Registry" Straight Eight Continental engine 247cu.in 3 speed transmission, dual side mounts, trunk rack, clock in rearview mirror, original interior, correct original car. Car was in extended storage, in the past year gas tank replaced, original mechanical fuel pump purchased, repaired leaky oil pan and water jacket side plate. Tuned with new points, rotor etc, running and driving well. Understand this is a straight eight engine, a real going machine, not a Model A Ford or the like. Car has some rust, some dry rot and needs some TLC, but well worth the time or use as is and be special. Have tools, jack and other accessories. Car has Minnesota Collector plates and a clear title. Located in East Bethel, Mn. The car is a very rare example and is top of the line from 1930. It rivals Packard, Pierce Arrow, Lincoln and Cadillac of the day. I do not have the time to continue with the project and am open to an offer. You will not really see another anywhere!!! Please call to make an appointment as it is currently in storage. Ed 602-421-5663
  18. 1923 Buick

    Hi I have a 1923 Buick 4 Dr I think they they call it 7pass it is a 20 ft car there is no rust out but the paint is very thin all over runs and starts as it should brakes are good also. Will add pic. Soon. Thanks. Mike you tell me what it's worth. .. What about $8,000.00?
  19. 40 buick hot rod

    https://greenville.craigslist.org/cto/d/hot-rod-buick-coupe-1940/6374188686.html 940 Buick coupe runs good and drives good has 350 motor built as 327 has 350 transmission with shift kit.power steering and power brakes. car is solid with no rust. has remote control cutouts on both exhaust. price is $15,500.00 thanks for looking.title is in my name and in my hand. no trades thanks I'd almost rather have the roached out 41 that this poor car... I HATE when there's a random plastic steering column and wheel in an old car!
  20. I am getting older and also getting tired of having garages full of cars that I rarely if ever drive. Just having them sit so I can look at them and say I have them, seems ridiculous, so my wife and I are parting with 90% of the old cars we have starting with this one. This is a 1956 Plymouth Suburban station wagon. California car all of it's life until sitting in my garage in South Florida. v8, dual exhaust, std. steering and brakes. Nice driver as is to enjoy now, or do it up for show as you drive it and enjoy it. It starts right up and runs well every time I go and check on it. Nice shape, not a show car but a nice driver. Wouldn't take much to make it a show car. Dependable, brakes redone, tuned up, fluids are all fresh. Car drives like a 1956 Plymouth. Odometer shows just over 43,600 miles. $ 10,000 - NOTHING wanted in trade.
  21. https://akroncanton.craigslist.org/search/sss?query=6377847199&sort=rel Possible delivery week of Nov. 27, 2017, traveling from Ohio to Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Barn find, most have never been on a car. Some have original parts numbers on inside of fender. More information on Craigslist link above.
  22. 54 century wagon, not mine

    I feel like this car has come up for sale a time or two before.... shame, cool looking wagon, would love to see it done. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1954-Buick-Century-Station-Wagon/272924851457?hash=item3f8b96bd01:g:y0wAAOSwIgNXwgYv&vxp=mtr p for auction is this 1954 Buick Century station wagon. This car is non operational and will need to be towed or trailered. The car is available for local pick up only. It rolls good and has 4 tires that hold air. Any and all transport is the responsibility of the purchaser. I can assist in loading the vehicle but the buyer / carrier is fully responsible after it leaves the property. Being sold in as is condition. There is no warranties or guarantees implied or included with this vehicle. There is a $400.00 non refundable deposit payment due via pay pal with in 48 hours from the end of the auction. The remaining balance is due before the car leaves the property. I will give the buyer 30 days from the end of the auction for full payment and to pick up the vehicle. Thanks for looking and check out all the pictures. I have 2 other auctions for 1954 Buick portholes, please refer to them for more pictures of this car. To the serious interested parties of this car I do have several more pictures upon your request that I can send you via e mail. This is a serious true no reserves auction for this rare car. Lots of good parts on this untampered original. Serious bidders only! Thank you.
  23. This vehicle isn't for the person to buy and sell but for the person that is an enthusiast that knows and appreciates the rarity of a car that has the fantastic history, excellent original condition, and value of the mechanical ability like this car. Not just another 1928 Buick Master. My 1928 Buick Master Town Brougham 47s was never sold the the public until about 13 years ago. Was in the possession of three different dealerships since the original Buick Dealership. Has original 37,103 miles on it now. The original upholstery and interior is in excellent condition. No rips or tares. Has the optional print style seat material. Also optional was a dealer installed front door sun shades. The top is also original with no rips or tares. The paint is original but is thin in some areas and the black isn't as bright. The Big Six engine was completely professionally rebuilt at a cost of $5,000. The radiator was rebuilt by a professional shop in Peoria IL. area of being a well know shop for restoring antique radiators. The cost of the radiator was $1,800. I have receipts. Any and all mechanical aspects of this car was either professionally rebuilt , replaced or taken apart to be properly maintained. Has new tires but now a little stained. New complete wiring with Rhode Island Wire company. New rebuilt gas vacuum tank. Has upgrade stainless inlet water pipe and the fan hub is ball bearing. Windshield wiper motor was rebuilt. New exhaust. New rubber around windshield. Special oil filter from Bob's Automobilia. Fuel tank was taken off sectioned , cleaned and sealed. All dash instruments were rebuilt. All windows are good and function. Has the rear pull down sunshades. The only noticeable cosmetic ware on this car is the driver side running board rubber where the driver stepped in. This could be camouflaged by attaching a Buick script running board step plate. This car was mechanically rebuilt in order to have a trouble free driver. I had purchased it from the first public titled buyer which he was the one who had all these things done. I've got several receipts of work done. You won't be disappointed in owning this car if you appreciate and value the history and originality. You can find several other 28's restored but not with this one's history and complete mechanical condition. Price: $28,000 Serious buyers call me at 618-889-6855 for more information or discussion. My car is located in Southern Illinois. No Pay Pal, Cash or certified check and wait until it clears..
  24. 1912 Cadillac Model Thirty Open Car

    Not mine. Someone here may want it or know about it. 1912 Cadillac Model Thirty Open Car - $75000 (East Bethel) https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/ank/cto/d/1912-cadillac-model-thirty/6388226374.html Chassis # 39048 Engine # 64574 Correct, original, 4 owner car from new, never taken apart, never restored. Sold new in Rochester New York on 12/6/1911 it remained with this family until just after World War II. It was then purchased by a well known collector in Minneapolis. He owned the car until the mid 70's and sold the car to another collector in Minneapolis. I purchased the car from him in 2013. Over the years we know the top was replaced in 1940, the car might have had some paint work done prior to the War, but has all original paint in many areas. The car has never been taken apart, it has always been maintained and is a proven driver, touring car covering over 25,000 miles since the War. Car still has original carpet in the rear, original upholstery on the backs of both front and rear seats. All parts and accessories are original, it has many spares and features windshield from the factory and a exhaust whistle dated 1912. We have the factory build sheets showing all numbers and pertaining delivery facts. This is the first year for electric start on any automobile. Running and driving very well, it is extremely rare to find a 105 year old car of this type anywhere. Anytime this car comes out to drive or be shown it is a crowd pleaser, everyone no matter the age loves this car! Reluctant to sell but asking $75,000.00, open to offer, car has clean Minnesota title with Pioneer Plates. The car can be seen by appointment Ed 602-421-5663
  25. *1958 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible - $55k *1954 Buick Skylark Convertible - $50k Body work is completed on both cars! both these cars need to be restored! phantomcaddy@comcast.net