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  1. ’49 Plymouth P-18 Special Deluxe 4 dr. sedan $10,250/obo 6 cyl. Flathead Engine P18*2974* Cubic Inch Engine Displacement 217.8 6 volt Body# 705 1793 Red paint-older restoration-new battery ’13, new ‘era correct’ radiator '14, back brakes do stick/squeal until warm. Original interior-has vinyl seat covers. Runs good & strong-fun to drive. Have all ownership history of car-manuals, service & parts In several scenes of 2013 movie ‘Carol’ starring Cate Blanchett
  2. for sale

    ’46 Buick-Super 8 model 51-4dr. Sedan $8900/obo Straight 8 cyl. Dyna Flash-valve inhead Engine No. 4697550 5 Black paint-all original condition. With service manual. Car was Marge Schott Buick vehicle with MSO for many years at dealership, used as parts/lunch running car then parked in showroom. Purchased at Marge Schott vehicle estate auction 2005. Cracked back passenger window. Last time seen running 2006. Good solid car. Style No. 46-4569 Body No. G 57738 Trim No. 52 Paint No. 4 Located in Mason, OH
  3. Not Mine. Hot Ride. Check it: PS: Starting bid way to high considering alterations done, IMO...
  4. Not mine, wish it was... i love 39s $5995 call 336 260 5267
  5. Is my car priced too low forC.C.C.A level autos? Is it to high for a Studebaker President? Fell free to comment. Should I get it appraised,or would it "Poison the Well" if Ipick the appraiser? I value your thoughts on this car Ken
  6. Listing for a Friend - 1957 Buick Roadmaster 75 Older Restoration in Excellent Condition. 50,106 Miles. Location - Carroll Iowa. Price - $25k Firm!
  7. I am planning my road trip this summer, with the general outlines being from SoCal to Omaha, Southern Michigan, Pittsburg and New Jersey. Don't ask why, but there are reasons for it all... Timing will be end of July through the middle of August. I will be pulling my parts trailer, so here is the offer to deliver parts while I am on the road. Prices and delivery negotiable. --A really super nice hood from a Texas car. No rust through. --Right front fender: super nice, but for some strange reason with 4 portholes. There has to be a good story here... --Inner fenders --Trunk lid with very minor rust through. --Solid doors from a 2-dr sedan. --Rear windshield for the sedan, tinted. --Nice driver-quality bumpers front and rear. --Power steering assembly, complete. --Engine block (264) and complete engines (322s) --Brake and suspension. --Rear end with 120 thousand miles, was quiet when parked 12 years ago. Give me a phone number, and I can text you pictures. Doug Cook
  8. It's interesting (to me) that more 1991's are popping up in worn out, higher mileage project range. ALL 1991's are collectible IMO because of the provenance, low production, one year only wheels and other improvements. Each time Barney or Kevin or others point out the "numbers" on these 1991's, it's always "1 of 79" or "1 of 36" (making these numbers up, but hopefully you understand). I agree, the 1991 Reattas may never be collected for monetary value and the "1 of" concept has been beaten to death by the Galen Govier's, Marty Reports, and such of our fevered times, but still, the opportunity to add a few 1991's - and rare combinations of 1988-1990's is upon us. We all know the drop in registrations that has occurred in the past 3-5 years as many Reattas are scrapped. What happens if no one buys these 1991's offered for $1000 to $1500? They probably go to a youthful driver who will chase gremlins for a while, then give up. They are then offered on craigs list for a couple of months. (Think - those ads done on a smartphone with no caps, no punctuation and a request to holla' @ me) before ending up in the U Pull It Yard, forever. A cautionary tale....
  9. One owner. Never parked outside. The engine is in great shape and this car runs remarkably well. Feels like it did 50 years ago. Still has all the muscle and rugged good looks! Amazing how many heads turn and how many thumbs up this baby still gets. A joy to drive. A real American classic! BODY: Rust free. 20 minor blemishes. A bit of bondo on the right rear panel. A tiny fender blemish on the right front panel. Chrome trimming in grill is cracked. Other than that this baby is beautiful! It has bumped and scraped the entrance to the garage, but has never been in an accident. PAINT: The 20 blemishes are small chips in the paint. This car is 50 years old and was repainted in the 1980s. INTERIOR: Original, but recovered in the 1980s. Black recliner bucket seats with headrest, shifting floor console. There is one tear on the driver’s seat and some ware on the carpeting on both the driver’s door and the passenger’s door and floor. Other than that, the carpet and rear seats are in excellent condition. TRUNK: Original, but looks like it’s 50 years old, which it is. CHROME: Original and excellent condition, with the one exception in the front. WHEELS: Original and excellent condition. NEW: Tires, Distributor Cap, Rotor, Air Filter, Oil Filter, Battery, Front Upper & Lower Bushings, Upper & Lower & Left & Right Ball Joints, Inner & Outer & Left & Right Tie Rods, Breaks, Shocks. All under warranty!
  10. We found two boxes of old gas station or gas pump, pricing signs in the attic of an old gas station we purchased outside of Ottawa Ontario. Some of the signs have never been used and are still wrapped in the remnants of wax paper but do show minor shelf wear. The remainder have been used but are still nice. They are heavy metal, 10 x 7 inches each, with a curved lip at the top of the sign to apparently hang . Made by the MacDonald MFG. Co, Toronto Ontario . They are approximately 75-100 years old based on the style, type of sign and pricing. Each is numbered on both sides. They are being sold EACH, plus USPS shipping ( $ 6.95 via Priority Mail in the US -- 3 can fit into one package for the same shipping price ) , unless you are in the Naples FL area and want to pick them up. $ 40.00 each for the used signs, . We have attached a few sample photos and we have others not shown but the numbers are all in the 20's-30's. Email if you have questions or want one or more. Open to offers if you take more than one OR want them all . I do not want anything in trade - we are trying to get rid of stuff, not add to what we have
  11. I am selling a bunch of my automobilia and posting it on AACA This is an original, circa 1954-1958, Chevrolet dealership, GM Photographic Muiti-Vue machine with it's original box and papers. $ 350 plus shipping anywhere in the world,.
  12. Reducing my collection of stuff. This is an original Pontiac dealership GM Photographic Multi-Vue machine in the original Pontiac box - circa 1955-1958 $ 350 plus shipping ( or you can pick it up if you are in Naples FL )
  13. I am selling off most of my cars and only keeping a couple. 1971 Ford Torino station wagon, $ 4500. No trades wanted. Car is in Florida. 302 v8, ps, pb, auto. new interior including carpet and headlner and seats, runs and drives well, new tires and brakes, NOS tailgate handle included but I haven't installed it, original patina outside
  14. Been a few weeks since I posted one for sale on the Buy/Sell forum. Here is my latest acquistion I just put up for sale on my company website. I think most will agree It's priced very reasonable for the overall condtion when you compare it with others currently for sale out there. This car never had any rust on body or undercarriage. The original paint was still on car when I got it but was showing it's age so I opted for new paint to make it look more appealing. I also partially recovered the front seat upholstery with original style fabric from SMS in Oregon. Other than that, the rest of the car is all original. If your looking for a nice driver, this one should fit your needs. Below is the description I posted on my website. Let me know your thoughts. 1955 Imperial 4-Dr. Sedan Features include: * 331 C.I. / 250 H.P. 4-BBL. dual exhaust Hemi V-8 engine * Automatic transmission with dashboard mounted shift lever * Power steering * Power brakes * Power seat * Power windows * Town & Country signal seeking am radio * Clock, & heater * Tinted glass * Padded dashboard * White stripe radial tires * Rear seat foot rests * Front & back seat center armrests * Jack & spare tire Recent refurbishments just completed in our get ready shop include new paint, partial seat upholstery replacement with original factory style pattern seat material. Mechanical work just completed includes brake overhaul, exhaust system replacement, new set of radial tires, new battery, & so much more. Body & undercarriage have always been rust free. Body fit & panel gaps are excellent. Chrome, stainless trim, & glass are all original & still looks very presentable for being 62 years old. She drives down the road smooth & quiet. The 53,894 currently showing on odometer believed to be actual but can't be documented. To see additional photos, click on link below: 1955 Imperial additional photos If any of you guys have interest, PM me or give me a call @ 912-634-4949. Car is currently located in my storage building in Nashville, GA 31639. ( S. Georgia approximately 20 miles East of I-75 near FL - GA line) Thanks for looking. Keep the nice comments coming. Stuart a/k/a Reatta Vice St. Simons Island, GA 912-634-4949
  15. Has a Nash name plate , might be an accessory for Nash car or manufactured by company " Nash" ? No other name or model. Blower runs on 6 or 12 volt. Has honey comb core , no visible damage. The tubes have slight kinks , easy to straighten. 7 1/2" x 10" x 8" deep to firewall mount $45 plus shipping USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees send a Private message Thanks Roy
  16. Beautiful Car, #s Matching,Soft Top Only, 60k miles. $95k Firm!! Location - Indiana
  17. Unusual tire gauge. Can be screwed to valve stem and attach tire pump to read gauge as you add air. I read that these were accessories in tool kits on high end cars? The case is embossed , but won't show in photos. Some stitching is loose. See photos for condition Patent link- Price is $61 plus $7.15 priority shipping USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  18. See photos , tough to find these. $22 plus shipping Send a Private message USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Thanks Roy
  19. See photos $110 plus shipping USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  20. See photos , tough to find these. $22 plus shipping Send a Private message USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Thanks Roy
  21. I'm willing to try to start an ongoing thread that would alert any prospective buyers to what I would call deals on earlier Rivieras that a person might not otherwise find. I'd also think that it could be used to ask others who are looking to see what's in areas to which they don't have access unless they're willing to look at every city that has a Craigslist. Don't post anything other than a title and a link. You're not responsible for anything other than letting others know what's out there. It's up to them to make contact and get details. I'll start with this one: a 1966 Gran Sport in Cole Camp, Missouri (Central close to the Lake of the Ozarks.)
  22. Rare offering. Pair of NOS 1942 Special hood latches
  23. I think it's time to let the old girl go. I've had my fun, now it's time for someone else to care for her. More details in the ad. $8000 or trade for a jeep CJ or wagoneer. *update* After doing more research, It looks like I may have this priced a little high. I will do 8k for board members only. I'm not going to lower the Craigslist ad. I figured she'd be in good hands with someone here.
  24. Any thoughts on what year these boxes are and their values? Both are available and not rusted inside.
  25. Looking for a new caretaker for my 36 Plymouth. 82 hp flat head 6 engine, 3 speed trans with floor shift, hydraulic bakes, and 6v electrical system. Driven weekly and will run at 50 - 55 mph. Odometer believed to be correct at 79,346 and driven about 3,000 miles since a professional body off restoration, where everything was restored, overhauled, or replaced. Took 2nd place at a Washington DC car show last year. Great fun to drive, safe, and needs nothing. Sale includes restoration documents, photos, spare parts, custom cover, and period memorabilia. Please contact me for additional photos and information. $21,950 OBO.