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  1. 1961 Rambler Ambassador Custom Four Door Sedan by American Motors Corporation (AMC). From California. 82,649 documented miles. Factory Air Conditioning. Finished in Stunning Jasmine Rose and Fireglow Red. Gray and Red vinyl interior with seat covers. 327 Cubic Inch V-8 which was rated at 250 horsepower. Dual Exhaust. Push Button Automatic Transmission. Power Steering. Tinted Glass. AM Radio. Clock. Reclining Back Front Seats. Driver side mirror. Back-up Lamps. Interior Courtesy Lights. Wide White Wall Tires. Ready to drive, show, and enjoy. $18,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Rambler in action:
  2. 58 Buick on Craigslist 2dr 6500

    I just stumbled across this on Craigslist and know you guys are pretty rabid for fresh buick meat down here. Looks good for the money if it's legit. She's a driver, not a show car ....runs and drives well. Drives straight and stops straight. Has the rare three speed manual transmission, (only 17 made that year) and the 364 Nailhead has a vintage Offy tri-power intake and matching cast aluminum valve covers. The original stock air cleaner and rocker covers go with the car for those that want to return her to stock. $6500 (347) 868-1874
  3. Two nice pieces of 1931 Buick literature. Catalogue is 47 pages with lots of color pictures, 9.25 X 12. Second is a poster open measures 18 X 20 $160 OBO for the pair plus shipping John Kelso
  4. We found this thing after some long term storage. The top has been filled, a good job of it if that is what you are in to. The inside window moldings that are in it don't fit this car. We got the engine running on its own via gravity feed from a boat tank but didn't try to drive it. No brakes. radiator leaks. No glass except windshield. No front seat but has the back seat frames. Pretty much all of the wiring has been butchered. What you see is what you get. I think it would make a fun hot rod or restore with an incorrect steel roof. Once you own it you can do as you wish. Clear Oregon title. Asking $3500. Don't be afraid to make an offer, I might say no. Truckster is for sale as well.
  6. There is a guy parting out 63-67 Rivieras all the time on Portland Oregon Craigslist. He lives in Sandy Oregon about 25 miles east of Portland. Check it out.
  7. Greetings Visited "Buck" 2 day and had a look at some very reasonable prices and in solid condition. Ive pictured his contact info on the card he gave me. He is a retired auto mechanic and has Buicks he is keeping and some for sale. Not a business, just thinning herd from what I saw. Wish I could buy a few myself, but my wife doesn't have any money left in my Buick fund! Dang! I hate when that happens. Enjoy photos contact Buck 4 more info, great guy, good luck! There's more Buicks not pictured. Two 55s one Rdie&a Super. Both 2dr hts. The prices in the photo are current real asking prices.
  8. Nice looking 89 TC at the Bakersfield Calif Co part auction. Interior looks great, 89k on odometer. Red! Sale is 4-27 Could be a great deal for someone
  9. I'm posting this for a friend from our local car club. Six-cylinder, three-speed synchromesh, new interior. $24,000 or possible trade. The car is located in Suffolk County, Long Island. Please call Ken directly at 631-880-8489 for more information.
  10. Have good solid 68c Cabriolet for sale or trade,Calif car rust free,powered coated frame,fresh LB engine ,lite flywheel,balanced crank ,inserts,oi lfeed to center main and timing gear,runs great ,about 700 miles on engine,have new top kit and panel set not installed have all hard to find parts..760-938-2250 or rather trade for 30's 40's 50's car ..location desert country Calif. ... price 19K.
  11. N.O.S. Olsmobile complet,no box,never use back-up light. $135. + shipping .
  12. A friend asked me to help him sell this so..... This is fairly complete the only thing that I can see missing is the carb tags and the vacuum diaphragm, however the vacuum switch, linkages, fuel line, and correct carburetor's are there. He is asking $800 plus shipping for the unit. I want to offer it here first but will be on ebay in a few days. Please contact me with any questions, PM me if intersted Thanks for looking
  13. 1932 Ford V8 commemorative stamp. Would be nice to go to someone who owns one like this. Post a photo of your matching Ford and you can have this stamp for the cost of postage plus a nickel for the envelope.
  14. Commemorative stamp

    1950 Desoto Deluxe Custom Convertible stamp. Would be nice to go to someone who owns one. Post a photo of your car and it can be yours for the cost of an envelope and the postage.
  17. For your consideration is an excellent matched pair of unmolested Hood and sides for a 1933 Ford. You would be hard pressed to find a nicer original example. Bolt on and go for a patina car or easy restoration as there’s no rot or damage! Both original handles. Why buy reproduction when you can get the real deal? Asking $2,500 + the ride and could ship via Fastenal. Please feel free to reach out with any questions. Regards, Jason 312-656-0700
  18. Saw this on Facebook group and thought I'd share for all...
  19. Due to mistaken part identity by a collector salvage who shipped me this part, I have a '55-56 Ford (and Merc?) station wagon and sedan delivery upper tailgate with excellent glass. I'm right off Interstate 10 west of San Antonio, TX and would prefer not to ship. $400 picked up here.
  20. Portland Oregon Craigslist has a disc brake kit with what looks like dropped spindles for 56 and earlier Buick cars. Doesn’t say much else.
  21. Seems like a small car to be a hearse, but interesting. ad text: 1989 Buick Lesabre HEARSE Funeral Coach VERY RARE!! 55,500 Miles Read Listing This is a RARE 1989 Buick Lesabre Hearse. The car is front wheel drive and an extensive search on Google did not turn up any information on the maker of this car. If I were to hazard a guess, it would be S&S, but that is just a guess. The car was acquired through an auction along with another hearse. I sifted through the paperwork in the car and fortunately, there was a phone number to the mortuary that last owned it. I called them and spoke to the owner of the mortuary. He told me that he recently purchased this mortuary and that it had gone out of business in about 2010. This car and the other were sitting on flat tires, had no keys and apparently hadn't run in years. He sent the cars to a local auction and we purchased them. Mileage on the car is a very low 055,593. We had ignition keys made and we got the car to start and run on ether. It runs very well but will not stay running unless the ether is continuously sprayed into it. It is not getting fuel and thereby we figure the fuel pump is toast and it will need to be towed to its new home. We can supply a video of the car running upon request. The interior is blue velour and is in very good condition overall but does need a cleaning from sitting all these years. The rear compartment is just dusty. We were able to get both front power windows to go up and down, but they are very slow. The power locks work, as does the radio and the blower to the heating and A/C. The A/C compressor does function. The body is in very good to excellent condition for its age. The paint needs to be detailed. The top is in very good condition with no noticed rips or tears. The tires on the car hold air but should be replaced. They should be considered rollers only. The hubcaps are original and the hubcap key is present and included. KNOWN PROBLEMS: There are no door keys. The left rear door does not open from the outside. The car, at minimum will need a fuel pump to run. So, that's its story. If you are looking for an unusual hearse to restore and drive, this is a great candidate. The car is being sold AS IS with all faults known and unknown. Please look at all of the pictures to make sure you are happy with what you are purchasing. The car is being offered on a 7 day auction. Winning bid will require a $500 deposit within 48 hours of the conclusion of the auction. The balance can be paid upon pick up in CASH, CERTIFIED FUNDS, or by debit or credit card. Any questions, please ask! Buyer will be responsible for shipping and must arrange their own transportation. The car MUST be picked up within 10 days after the auction ends. The car is located in Las Vegas, NV 89115. It is being offered for sale locally and we reserve the right to end the auction early.
  22. They are calling it a hardtop, but clearly a sedan. I believe they have that in chrome, but that one bumper pic doesn't look so hot. They should really do some reassembly first.
  23. 69 LeSabre 2dr, not mine $1200

    Looks like it needs lots of body work, wish there were more photos. If anyone wants me to have a look, it's about 45 minutes from me. ad text: 1969 buick lesabre car runs Needs bodywork (919) 770-2120
  24. Ford truck n.o.s. Fuel gauge parts # C1TF-9280-B for 1961-64 in Ford box $75.00 + shipping
  25. 1912 Mitchell Model 5-6 Touring Convertible. The famous “Baby Six”. Absolutely Stunning Brass Era Automobile. Built with pride in Racine Wisconsin by the Mitchell-Lewis Motor Company. Sales for 1912 reached 6,000 automobiles. Mitchell-Lewis was known for building very high quality automobiles. The company built cars from 1903 until 1923 when it was absorbed by Nash. Spectacular off frame restoration to concours quality with improvements for modern touring (photo documented). Multiple Concours d’Elegance participant. Always a crowd favorite. Exceptionally rare. Only three examples are known to exist. Great history. Formerly in the collection of “Cactus” Jack Turner from 1970-1986. Cactus Jack was a National Champion AAA Midget Race Car Driver in 1954 and 1955. “Cactus” Jack was also an Indianapolis 500 driver 6 times between 1956 and 1962. He finished 11th at Indianapolis in 1957. Formerly in the collection of Del DeRees for thirty years 1986-2016. Mr. Derees is a founder of the Meadow Brook Hall Concours d’Elegance which is now the Concours d’Elegance of America at St. John’s. Under Mr. DeRees ownership many mechanical improvements were made to make this Mitchell a reliable touring machine (photo documented). Finished in a striking shade of blue with black fenders and yellow chassis. Cream coach stripe. Comfortable Black button tufted leather interior. Black cloth top with matching boot. Riding on a 125-inch wheelbase with 36 x 4 inch “Lincoln Highway” Wide White Wall tires. Powered by the Numbers Matching 364 cubic inch straight six-cylinder engine which was rated at 34 horsepower in 1912 that is 50 horsepower by today’s standards. A Bosch DU-6 Magneto, Zenith carburetor and supplemental radiator with fan have been added for modern touring. Three speed manual transmission. A 12-volt alternator has been added. The 12-volt system powers an electric starter, turn signals, stop lamps and running lights. Loaded with brass trim. Full complement of Solar lamps and carbide generator. Mitchell script Moto-Meter. Folding windshield. Rear seat foot rest and lap robe rail. Exhaust Cut-Out. Exhaust Whistle. Excellent automobile for HCCA (Horseless Carriage Club of America) and AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) Club events and tours. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. With the upgrades for touring this Mitchell could be driven daily! Mitchell “The car you ought to have at the price you ought to pay”. $149,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Here is a video of this great car in action: