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  1. Not mine, but looks like a really solid driver. With no reserve, this is risky bet for seller. But at less than $3k currently, why not bid? http://m.ebay.com/itm/162564125729
  2. Four (4) each Riverside 5.25/5.50X17 blackwall tires are a matched set with plenty of life left. $250. Located Rochester NY. Prefer pickup. Thank you. Joe Scanlon jscanlon48@aol.com
  3. I have about a pickup truck load of 1922 Cadillac parts that are for sale. They include the following: transmission drive shaft pedals three heads several starter generators wheels misc engine parts including valves, timing chain and gear and several other boxes of stuff brake drums brake mechanism belly pan air pump and probably some other stuff that I can not think of Let me know your interest and I can send pictures and prices. Parts are in Vermont. I will be traveling to the Wisconsin over the 4th of July so could deliver along the way if you act fast. Could also bring to Hershey. email erskine@us.ibm.com Thanks Bill Erskine
  4. Assorted parts for '55 Buick Century for sale. bumpers emblems steering wheel knobs ect.
  5. Assorted parts for '55 Buick Century for sale. bumpers, emblems, knobs,......ect.
  6. Philco Transitone F1640 radio. Used in 1939 Fords. Receiver box only, no head, cables, or speaker. Everything seems to be in the box and looks good but I have no idea what it would take to get it working. $100 USD + shipping from Canada. I also have most of a Philco C1550 (37 Chrysler) that perhaps could be used for parts if necessary $50 USD + shipping.
  7. A prior member here in NC contacted me about selling his ’64, he would like for it to go to someone that appreciates the Riviera as much as he does. He said he has too many irons in the fire right now and just doesn’t have the time to enjoy it. I am including a short description, and the description he sent me too. I have no interest, financial or otherwise in this car, just putting it out for anyone that might be interested. If interested contact David directly at the phone number or e-mail below. The short description … 1964, Diplomat Blue, Blue Custom Interior, 104K miles, Beautiful Condition, asking $24,000, negotiable. A/C, Power windows and Vents, Tilt wheel, Autronic Eye, 4-note horns, and finned valve covers. Owned since 2004, repainted 2013, always garaged. David Link #10811, 704-534-2017, thelinkster3@gmail.com, e-mail for pictures. Charlotte, NC. And, the description he sent with the pictures, and a few pictures of it … Vehicle Description The 1964 Buick Riviera is one of those perfect classics. It has the cool-cruising attitude that comes from a premium nameplate, a truly interesting design, the best color combo, and this even still has its original big 425 V8 under the hood. And so we know when you look at the obtainable price, you're going to fall in love, too. No tailfins and minimal chrome gave the it a European flair that made the Riviera look like it was ready for the Rivera. Finished in correct code W Diplomat Blue, this one captures the sophisticated and subdued elegance of the design, and allowed the many wonderful details to do the talking instead. With a professional repaint, the deep luster highlights everything from extended fenders to the Coke bottle sides. Fit and finish are good, showing careful workmanship when the time came to bolt it back together. Brightwork was applied more sparingly than its 1960s contemporaries, so it was used as an accent piece in places like the delicate wrap-around bumpers, cool bombsight hood ornament, decorative intakes on the quarter panels, and factory wire wheels. It all looks correct and exactly how you want a well preserved classic to be presented. The Riviera was all about providing individual luxury, and this coupe does a great job of showcasing that today. The blue interior coordinates quite nicely with the exterior, and the button-top pattern on the seats and side panels are a classy design that are presented just as nicely today as in 1964. Everyone gets an individual bucket seat. Yes, there's a center console not only for the front, but even the rear passengers get a stylized separation. You even have the option for added comfort with provisions for factory air conditioning. Just like the exterior, the brightwork is used for accenting instead of overwhelming, so the instrument panel is a fantastic display of elegant restraint. You get the original two-spoke steering wheel that gives you a commanding view of brushed stainless round gauge package. And just to your right, the gearshift feels like a little piece of art that reminds you that the Buick was built to be driven. With a car this special so far, it's great to see the original, numbers-matching V8 under the hood. Buick knew that effortless performance was the key to the Riviera's success, so they made sure that there was plenty of torque on tap to move all that sheetmetal with ease. With 425 cubic inches and an advertised 465 pounds of torque (that's the '465' in Wildcat 465,) it gave this personal luxury car the ability to humble some pretty serious machinery out on the streets. The engine bay is clean and shows signs of life-long maintenance, so it's great for both showing and driving. It's linked to Buick's unique Superturbine 400 three-speed automatic, and we have a receipt that it was rebuilt in 1997 to keep everything shifting smoothly – even though this coupe has only averaged an ultra-low 1,150 miles annually anyway. Add in power steering and the Riviera's legendary supple ride, and you can easily see yourself adding plenty more miles to this vintage luxury cruiser.
  8. 1920-1930 WHEEL COVER CHEVY BUICK Continental side mount Spare Tire Cover looking to get 200 + shipping
  9. Here is an AM-FM Stereo Radio for 1968 - 1969 Buick. Check out the pictures, very clean and everything seems to work, The AM/FM flip dial, the pushbuttons, Volume and Tuning knobs, comes complete with the original knobs. I have not tested this radio so it may or may not play. I no longer have a 68 or 69 to use it so its for sale. The price is $225 and Priority Shipping w/ tracking number is $15. Contact me through this posting, send me a PM, or email me 65skyriv19@att.net
  10. Grill shell. radiator, wiper motor , horn, jack and wrenches available for sale from a 1934 Dodge 1.5 ton truck.
  11. I have a 1952 Catilina for sale. I would call it a barn find but I know that term is overused. I have had it for a while now but I hardly drive it. I was going to hot rod it but I decided its just too nice of a car to do that. Its pretty much original except for the tires. The interior looks like it might have been done a while ago. I bought it up in Oregon and brought it back home to Vegas. Runs and drive nice. Has a few leaks and a few bumps and bruises. I have a clean NV title in my name. It would be a real nice car to drive as is or do what you want to. I have another restomod 49 ford so I thought some one might want an nice original Pontiac. Lots of Chevy hardtops but you don't see to many Pontiac hardtops. It has a lot of original upgrades Pontiac put on their cars. All the stainless is on it and in good condition. It has bumper guards, the light up hood ornament, driving lights, power antenna, spotlight mirrors, radio, original under hood light, original hood lock, clock and windshield wipers. I can't get the driving light, clock and power antenna to work right now but they did when I bought the car. I bought another NOS clock for it. It is still has a 6 volt system. Its a straight 8 with the automatic trans. If interested I am asking $21,000 or reasonable offer for the car an it is in Las Vegas, NV and you can reach me at 702-501-2437. Would also consider a straight trade or a trade plus cash (depends on the trade}. Thanks
  12. NOTE: I can deliver this item FREE of charge to the upcoming BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. Think "Wildcat-powered", Gang. This is a good-sized, BUICK dealership advertising item that is reasonably hard to find. This 3-D Wildcat display was used in dealer showrooms from 1962 into the mid-to later-1960's. This piece is large, delivering excellent visual impact. "Kitty" measures 48" long by 18" high. The critter has a striking, three-dimensional look, as seen in the photos. But, since it's hollow, this unit isn't very heavy. There were two versions of this unique cat put out by Buick. One was the free-standing, wall-hanging cat, which is the unit I'm selling. The second version uses this same cat, but mounted on a wood-grained panel, with white plastic "BUICK WILDCAT" letters on it. These Buick showroom Wildcats, in either version, are seldom-seen these days. They are made of extruded plastic, and didn't survive all that well. I've had this one in my collection for over 25 years. The color on the one I'm selling is very good. The overall condition is also generally very good, with no cracking. However, PLEASE NOTE the minor damage to end of one front (lower) paw. I've included a close-up photo of this area. This is how I purchased this display many years ago. IF the new owner wants to repair the paw, I have researched a good way to do this, and will be happy to share this information with the new owner. Here's your chance to have the namesake of your Buick Wildcat or Wildcat-powered engine hanging on the wall of your man cave or garage. The price for this genuine Buick dealership wall-hanging Wildcat from the 1960's is $290. Shipping is additional. Thanks for taking the time to look and read! John
  13. NOTE: I can deliver this item FREE of charge to the upcoming BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. Think Wildcat or "Wildcat-powered", Gang. This is a good-sized, BUICK dealership advertising item that is reasonably hard to find. This 3-D Wildcat display was used in dealer showrooms from 1962 into the mid-to later-1960's. This piece is large, delivering excellent visual impact. "Kitty" measures 48" long by 18" high. The critter has a striking, three-dimensional look, as seen in the photos. But, since it's hollow, this unit isn't very heavy. There were two versions of this unique cat put out by Buick. One was the free-standing, wall-hanging cat, which is the unit I'm selling. The second version uses this same cat, but mounted on a wood-grained panel, with white plastic "BUICK WILDCAT" letters on it. These Buick showroom Wildcats, in either version, are seldom-seen these days. They are made of extruded plastic, and didn't survive all that well. I've had this one in my collection for over 25 years. The color on the one I'm selling is very good. The overall condition is also generally very good, with no cracking. However, PLEASE NOTE the minor damage to end of one front (lower) paw. I've included a close-up photo of this area. This is how I purchased this display many years ago. IF the new owner wants to repair the paw, I have researched a good way to do this, and will be happy to share this information with the new owner. Here's your chance to have the namesake of your Buick Wildcat or Wildcat-powered engine hanging on the wall of your man cave or garage. The price for this genuine Buick dealership wall-hanging Wildcat from the 1960's is $290. Shipping is additional. Thanks for taking the time to look and read! John
  14. NOTE: I can deliver this item FREE of charge to the upcoming BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. This is a BUICK "Happy the Hawk" wall-hanging dealership display. It's very good quality, and good-sized. It measures 23-1/2" wide by 18-1/9" high. This display is a deep shadow box, which has a very striking three-dimensional design throughout. "Happy" is sculptured in appearance. The hawk and the "BUICK" lettering literally fly off the background. The unit is very well built. "Happy" was introduced as part of the Buick logo in 1975. He continued to fly into the later part of the 1980's....all the way through the larger Riviera and the Grand National days. This original Buick showroom advertising display is one I've had in my collection for years. Examples of this piece (in any condition) don't seem to come up for sale all that frequently. This one I'm selling is in very good condition. Good color, with no sun damage. Please DISREGARD the reflections in the clear lens on the front of this display. These are just from the lighting. The price is $275, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking.
  15. NOTE: I can deliver this item FREE of charge to the upcoming BCA national meet in Brookfield, WI. This is a BUICK "Happy the Hawk" wall-hanging dealership display. It's very good quality, and good-sized. It measures 23-1/2" wide by 18-1/9" high. This display is a deep shadow box, which has a very striking three-dimensional design throughout. "Happy" is sculptured in appearance. The hawk and the "BUICK" lettering literally fly off the background. The unit is very well built. "Happy" was introduced as part of the Buick logo in 1975. He continued to fly into the later part of the 1980's....all the way through the larger Riviera and the Grand National days. This original Buick showroom advertising display is one I've had in my collection for years. Examples of this piece (in any condition) don't seem to come up for sale all that frequently. This one I'm selling is in very good condition. Good color, with no sun damage. Please DISREGARD the reflections in the clear lens on the front of this display. These are just from the lighting. The price is $275, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking.
  16. Here is an AM-FM Stereo Radio for 1968 - 1969 Buick. Check out the pictures, very clean and everything seems to work, The AM/FM flip dial, the pushbuttons, Volume and Tuning knobs, comes complete with the original knobs. I have not tested this radio so it may or may not play. I no longer have a 68 or 69 to use it so its for sale. The price is $225 and Priority Shipping w/ tracking number is $15. Contact me through this posting text or call me Paul 559 355-3551 e through this posting, send me a PM, or email me 65skyriv19@att.net
  17. Many very nice condition original radiators out of the old Bill Harrah car collection in Reno 45 years ago. These were bought by Bill at swap meets in the 1960's & 70's, he only bought the best, no junk, you won't find any like these again. I will not test them for leaks as they're 100 plus years old and probably have some but look good overall. Cole, Overland, metal looks similar to Model T, Studebaker, White truck brass, original 1915 brass honeycomb for Model T (not Repro), 1906 - 1909 Maxwell, late Maxwell, looks like Rolls Royce.... but nickel, Moon, Saxon, another Overland. Contact: durocar@aol.com
  18. I have owned my 1932 Chev Confederate since 1996. It had a body restoration and paint, new tires,powder coated rims,trunk rack and trunk, etc. Dual side mounts, cab lights,etc. I had it stored at the body shop that did the work. When I got it back the engine was frozen. I don't want to move away from original as it is a numbers matching car. So, I will sell it to someone who wants to deal with the engine. I have other cars and am going to focus on them. Odometer shows 11600 original miles. When I got it I took it into the shop and drained the fluids, they were all like new, it ran like a top. No rust underneath. Will work with a buyer with pictures,etc. it is nota10. It is easily a 7, judge for yourself if you are interested. I will reply to inquiries within a day or so. Want a good home for it. Thanks, SW.
  19. I have a various assortment of parts from a 32 plymouth pb coupe for sale I have a complete front and rear axle setup with brakes that both roll freely. 4 wire wheels , a dashboard and insert piece, front and rear shocks, both bumpers, and a rear tire holder. I would like to sell this as one complete unit. If I don't sell in a reasonable time, I will part it out and repost. I am willing to travel part or all the way for delivery depending on where the buyer is located for travel cost. Please email at ngrice@illinois.edu if interested. Thanks. Parts are located in central illinois.
  20. Perhaps this is something of interest to a screw-on hubcap collector who is just beginning a collection. I realize that's assuming a lot, with how our old car hobby has evolved (the aging process of many of the participants!). I have this decent screw-on hubcap available for a 1928 Buick Master for sale.. Not sure if it fits other years. Some scratches and dings, but seems very displayable. 3-15/16" outer diameter and 3-7/16" inside diameter. The price is $25, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  21. $4000 Rare, All Original, 430ci throwback. 80,000 documented miles. Starts and runs amazing for a car nearly 50 years old. The vinyl top is toast and you can see by the pictures that there is considerable surface rust along the side panels but the doors, door jams and hinges are solid . The Interior is matchless, headliner is perfect! Original paint, original wheels, all original chrome, trunk is very clean. I have owned this car for 13 years and I am the second owner of this beauty.http://raleigh.craigslist.org/cto/5329310574.html
  22. Good evening all, I'm selling my nearly complete 1924 Buick Master Touring car. Previous owner had gone 80% through a full frame-off restoration and I have been storing car for the last three years. I have removed the starter/generator and water pump to send off for rebuilt. I also collected the correct tail light and one of the cowl lights. One front bumper part is missing. Car has original seats and top bows and irons are in great shape. Feel free to call me directly to see car 510-332-9588 or email gefrobinson@yahoo.com Gerald - Oakland CA
  23. https://quadcities.craigslist.org/cto/6185947024.html I communicated an offer to consider for this car to the seller - before going further - and we are pretty close. Now I need the experts here to offer comments about whether this is even a Master Series, what that means in terms of wheelbase, engine size and so on. Sometimes I post ads I find and you guys state that it's not even the right year. So please confirm the seller's comments and let me know what issues are going to be - going in. This looks to me like a decent car for what price we have agreed on. 1925 Buick master six , 2 door sedan . Full sized Buicks in 1925 . Engine runs and drives but will need more work to make road ready . Original interior . Wooden spoke wheels . Newer tires all around . Engine repainted and frame under the engine has been cleaned and painted . 3 speed manual transmission on the floor . Clear Illinois title . Not many of these 2 doors around . $6000 or best cash offer .
  24. Selling off my collection of Practical Classics magazine. The magazines have in-depth articles on all aspects of vehicle restoration accompanied by lots of photos to help you visualize the procedures. They also run in-depth features about many different makes and models of cars (worldwide coverage, but primarily British) that are sure to be interesting and informative. The magazines are printed on high-quality glossy paper and, in my opinion, are one of the best collector car magazines on the market. Practical Classics is not a very common magazine in the US and most of the ones that appear for sale online are from the United Kingdom or Australia. I'm selling the magazines in groups by year, very reasonably priced at $3.00 per issue. There are 13 issues per year (one is a 'Spring Special'). The magazines are available for pick-up in or near Freehold, NJ 07728. If you need shipping let me know your zip code so I can tell you how much that would be. I only ship to domestic USA addresses. Here's the list: 1994: 11 issues (missing Spring and January) $33.00 1995: 13 issues $39.00 1996: 13 issues $39.00 1997: 13 issues (some curling due to cramped storage...may press out) $39.00 1998: 10 issues (missing Jan, July, Sept) $30.00 1999: 9 issues (missing Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr) $27.00 Thanks for looking, Harold
  25. Hello all, I'm trying to find a good home for a 1915/1916 Buick radiator and shell. A rare find currently listed on ebay (Search for item # 132236122886). Please spread the word. Buy-it now for $195 or auction bid plus shipping. Thanks! Erik (ford_1919)