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  1. Not mine- my friend's '57 Pontiac Super Chief power brake pedal must be pulled up manually and then the car drives as it should, but each time he applies the brake the pedal will stay down until pulled back up. He has installed a "temporary" return spring above the pedal assembly arm and the car seems to function normally. What is causing this condition? How can I help him solve it? Any suggestions appreciated - thank you
  2. 1956 BUICK ROADMASTER CONVERTIBLE is currently listed on eBay: BEAUTIFUL SURVIVOR/RESTORED-1 FAMILY OWNED SO CALIF CAR. All information and photos are posted in the eBay listing. For more information, please contact me at of (818) 340-4700
  3. Klaxet 6 volt Horn patented March 31 1908. Excellent condition, no dents, no rust, appears to be original paint. Excellent working condition. $95 White marks on cover are tape residue.
  4. 1941 Limited 1941 Buick Series 90 Limited limo/touring sedan. Largely original, unrestored car. Fully operational, currently tagged and insured with clear TN title. Powerful straight 8 engine runs great. Manual trans with new shift bushings, brakes are good, lots of new or recent parts throughout. Jump seats fold out in the rear section for extra seating, or fold in for a full limosine experience in the back. It would need restoration to be fully enjoyed, but runs and drives nice as it is, one of the few cars of the pre-war era that can keep up with modern traffic. The car has been in my family since the 1970s. My dad is in his 70s now, and no longer uses the car. My uncle, who owned it previously, and my dad are both lifetime BCA members. It's been collector owned and always stored inside. It's also been driven and loved a lot. It's likely the last unrestored Limited out there. I believe there were less than 1000 produced in 1941. This car is recognized as a CCCA Full Classic, so it would be eligible for all the big national events, if that's your goal. Otherwise, an excellent candidate for restoration, a refresh for a wedding car or other events. It commands attention wherever it goes. I have the original fender skirts (not shown) as well as the original compound carburetor intake/linkage/carbs and air cleaner. Lots of other "Limited only" extra parts to go with it. I'm about an hour south of Nashville if you'd like to see the car. Otherwise, please call with any inquiries, thanks, David.
  6. 1930 Peerless Six 61A

    Nice example of a 1930 Peerless for sale. Easily return to driver or add it to your collection. Good body, good glass, engine turns over by hand. Engine has compression and spark. Rebuilt starter, rebuilt generator, appears to have new fuel tank. Original Stromberg UX-2 carburetor and Zenith universal carburetor with adapter. Complete new wiring harness still in box. Car is located in Fountain Hills AZ. Ask about delivery. Asking $15,000. Contact L.A. Marshall (602) 803-5757
  7. 1947 Super Clipper 2103

    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: or an old-fashioned ph call: 734 637 1421, text msg is ok too.
  9. Asking for $18,000 “AS-IS” If interested to look at Vehicle, please comment below. VEHICLE DATA: Year: 1929 Make: Ford Model: Model A Body Style: Cabriolet Engine/Power Type: Gasoline Number of Cylinders: 4 VIN: Engine #: Serial #: Has a title Original Type Motor: Yes Number of Model Manufactured: 17,744 Coachbuilder: Ford Motor Co. Indicated Mileage: 64,844 License plate: Yes State: CO Vehicle was: 2007 The equipment in the Model A: Vinyl Bench Seats, Cloth cover on car, and wheels are painted spokes. Condition of the car: Folding Canvas top – Stained, the trim is ok, Grille is ok, Bumpers are ok, has a bug screen. Quail hood ornament in a box. The engine ran in 2007, assumed to be operable without disassembly. Engine is a little dusty. The battery for the car is dead. Paint on the car is goldish, brown trim with orange pin stripe, with black fenders and running boards; the paint is good and has been repainted. Brakes on the car are ok and works. Tires are white side walls (4.50 x 21) with painted spokes. (There is a spare tire). The Car is Manual 3 speed, assumed normal wear over past 88 years. The car does have a rumble seat – brown vinyl. Windshield ok. Interior of the car is good, it has rubber matting flooring, cloth seats that are covered and protected, top of car is stained. The Oil & Temperature gauge are both aftermarket. Additional Notes: Engine number 42714 is from March 1928. Engine is assumed to be operable without disassembly. “Cabriolet” body style is seldom seen, but isn’t considered rare. Images of Model A.pdf
  10. Pair of new tierod ends for 1939 Plymouth. $10
  11. New old replacement stock springs that are far superior to the later repop ones. $9 for the pair.
  12. 1949 Riviera Yikes. Rare yes, but...
  13. Intake air box 1990 Reatta

    $65, includes shipping in the continental USA.
  14. I have a good 31 Chrysler Michigan title in my name. Car was a 6 cyl $50.00 Dan Griffin 479-973-4331
  15. Ford 1932/34 king pin sets Nos part # K,39 $100.+ shipping
  16. I know its for a newer vehicle but many of use these for tow vehicles. Someone decided to "borrow" a few off of my 2009 when i owned it so I had to buy a pack of 6 from the dealer. That vehicle is long gone but the other three covers remain. $12 domestic shipping included. I don't want to toss them without asking. I like to use paypal. Thanks and Happy Holiday's
  17. 1941 320 intake n exhaust

    For sale 1941 320 intake and exhaust complete no cracks with carburators and air cleaner $1800.00 plus shipping OBO (970)619-9924
  18. 1947-1959 Parts

    Currently parting out about 94 parts cars from 1947-1959. Road salt free Dry desert cars. Plymouth,Dodge,Desoto,Chrysler. Great dry desert sheet metal and shiny bright work. Mostly sedans but a handful of wagons and hardtops. Please send a private message to me of your needs. Will trade for 1931-1933 Auburn parts Thank you.
  19. These would be for advance collectors who like to drive their cars and want to get perfect braking, or a restoration shop who can supply customers with that great factory braking stops for antique, classic, & collector cars. With this equipment you can grind the new shoes on the car and match it perfect with the drums. Also included is the rare truck attachment that can be used on the larger classic cars. Both electric motors run. Price for both machines and all the equipment you see in the pics along with 2 different sets of instructions is $1, 775.00 which includes all packing and shipping anywhere in the lower 48. Good Luck!!! Thanks!!!
  20. 1964 Lesabre 79K $3700
  21. Tillotson Model XA Carburetor

    Tillotson Model XA carburetor appears to have never been installed, excellent condition. I am not sure what the application of this is but it is similar to those used on Model A and B Fords. This must be an improved design as it appears to have a accelerator pump. $50
  22. Volume 10 No. 2 in excellent condition. No tears, rips, smudges or writing. $10
  23. Volume 6 No. 2 in excellent condition. No tears, rips, smudges, or writing. $10
  24. Automobile Quarterly Volume 1No. 1 in overall excellent condition. No smudges, no tears, no writing, minimal wear on the cover corners. $18
  25. Chevrolet sold almost as many cars as Ford in 1932, but you wouldn't know it by the number currently in existence. This is my first early-ish Chevrolet, so I wasn't quite sure what to expect from GM's entry-level division, but I was very pleasantly surprised. It is often called the 'baby Cadillac' and I can certainly see the resemblance, particularly in the front end. It doesn't look like an entry-level everyman's car. Of course, this tidy little roadster is dressed up with almost every option and accessory you could get, which definitely adds to the upscale look. It was restored perhaps 20 years ago, so it's not fresh, but it's also in great shape for touring and casual shows and if the response to it sitting in our showroom is any indication, people LOVE this little car. The Serge Blue paint is bright and well-applied, showing only a few minor signs of age and use, but nothing major and certainly no damage or botched workmanship. Same goes for the black fenders. The bright yellow pinstripe matches the wheels and the chrome hood doors really dress it up in a big way. Most of the chrome is excellent, with some very minor pitting evident on the (optional) hood ornament and headlight bar, but the rest is quite nice. Other optional dress-up items include bumpers, cowl lights, the aforementioned hood ornament, dual sidemounts with mirrors, dual taillights, and a trunk. I don't believe it was originally built with steps on both sides of the rumble seat, and they appear to be machined from aluminum, but they don't stand out as incorrect and work as intended. Brown leatherette is a good choice inside and again, it's in very good overall shape. There's a pair of very small punctures in the driver's outermost pleat on the seat back, but otherwise the seat upholstery is unmarked, a testament to the durability of the materials. Correct door panels with map pockets and a basic rubber floor mat are in keeping with the roadster's simplicity. It's worth noting that everything works, including the accessory electric clock, which is currently disconnected but was just rebuilt. It has free-wheeling, but I'd leave it alone if I were you, and all the gauges are doing their thing, including the gas gauge. There's a nice-fitting tan canvas convertible top, although the heavy glass rear window frame has pulled free of the canvas in one spot and the window itself is cracked. The rumble seat is like new. There are no side curtains. I am very impressed by the performance of Chevy's stout 194 cubic inch "Stovebolt" six, which probably wasn't quite a match for the Ford V8 but runs away from the Model A's four-cylinder. It's smooth and torquey and obviously bulletproof reliable--this is one pre-war car that I would feel confident driving just about any distance. It starts easily with some choke and idles well without being fussy. There's a generic muffler underneath so it sounds a bit agricultural, but it's not an unpleasant sound and isn't noticeable at speed. There are obvious signs of use in the engine bay, but it was correctly restored with proper colors and fittings used throughout and it wouldn't take much to bump it up a notch if that's what you want. It still runs the original fuel pump without any electrical assistance and there's a correct oil bath air cleaner up top. The 3-speed manual transmission has synchromesh, so it's easy to handle, and it cruises pretty happily at 45-50 MPH. Brakes are still mechanical, so plan accordingly, and the wire wheels were an extra-cost option which now wear Denman wide whites that are probably old enough to think about replacing although they show no signs of distress or age. I don't know that the Confederate name was such a great idea, but the car sure is appealing. It is a small car with a big car swagger, and I like that over-achiever attitude. The hardware is bulletproof and while the roadster was popular when it was new, there aren't many around today, making this a fairly rare car. If it were a '32 Ford roadster, it would be twice as expensive as the $34,900 asking price, making it a bit of a bargain for a competent '30s open car. Thanks for looking!