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  1. For Sale 1942-56 Olds parts some NOS some used what do you need call of email me. Thanks!!!. 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  2. Morgan Wright

    More dashboard gauges, old parts

    These were in the box too. I have no use for them. $80 each plus shipping.
  3. Chris Paulsen

    1908 REO For Sale

    1908 REO Model A, two-cylinder Touring This 1908 REO is an exceptionally original example. It starts easily, and runs and drives very well. I believe it has been driven few miles over the course of its’ life. Aside from tires we installed, and the paint applied in 1948 (directly on top of the original), it is unrestored, factory original, including: upholstery, top, side curtains, roll-up windscreen, etc. It has many original features not found on restored vehicles. These include: original fiberboard engine pan, white rubber tubing shielding the wire running from the battery box on the running board to the engine, wooden spacers in the battery box, cloth between body and frame to help keep the dust out, air filter on carburetor, “gasoline” stenciled on top of gas tank, storage box under driver’s seat, leather strap and holder for starting crank, side curtain fasteners, sheet metal differential cover, and more. This car was purchased new in rural Nebraska, and evidenced by the aluminum registration disc remaining on the dash. It was purchased by E.A. Carlson in 1948. He applied a fresh coat of paint directly on top of the original, and put on display in the Plainsman Museum in Aurora, Nebraska. There it remained until we purchased it in 2012. Upon purchase, we installed tires and tubes. After a mechanical inspection and changing of fluids, we returned it to running and driving condition. Inspection of the engine internals revealed the original fiber shims in the connecting rods. They were removed and replaced with brass shims. The engine, transmission and differential are quiet. This exceptionally original REO could be the benchmark to which others are restored, or it could be driven and enjoyed as is, as 2-cylinder REO’s are among the best for 1 & 2 cylinder touring. Asking $43,500 or trade.
  4. Wow, this is a nice car! Beautiful and expensive restoration about seven years ago. Restored to original color combination of code D Astro Blue with a code 671 blue bucket seat interior, and it's just gorgeous. Very well done paint and bodywork, excellent gaps, only a few signs of use and age. Most of the chrome and stainless trim was restored, but some parts like the emblems on the grille and tail panel are original and a little faded. Very authentic right down to a quartet of T3 bulbs up front. Factory buckets, console, power windows, tach, speed minder. Interior is all new, everything works except the clock, console is in nice shape. Fresh white power convertible top with glass window and matching blue boot. Correctly detailed trunk with tan mat and correct cardboard bulkheads. Full-sized spare with original jack assembly. 401 cubic inch Nailhead V8 is rebuilt and beautifully detailed. Very correct with proper turquoise engine enamel, factory air cleaner, and correct fasteners used throughout. Starts and runs superbly with only a little grumpiness for the first few seconds. TH400 automatic shifts crisply, HUGE torque available at any speed but comfortable at highway speeds. Chassis is restored (we'll have it on the lift tomorrow or Tuesday) but shows some signs of having been driven a bit, so not a trailer queen. Recent 225/70/15 radials on Buick Road Wheels look fantastic. Includes steel fender skirts, shop and body manuals, and a very valuable salesman's information binder with color chips and upholstery samples. It easily cost twice the $37,900 asking price to restore this car to this level, never mind buying the car. This is a REALLY nice car. Thanks for looking!
  5. Under hood light used on Pontiac 1946-54 , will fit other years. Good condition , needs wire repair , see photos $35 plus shipping USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  6. It had label , but unable to decipher. Appears the same as Hutchins from the 70's. Works good on 6 volt or 12 volt Very clean , chrome shines , see photos. $75 shipped priority mail in USA USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees. Send a private message Thanks Roy
  7. FREE stock radiator if you pay for shipping from zip code 35757 (Huntsville, AL area). Or come pick it up. It has a leak in the header tube (if I recall correctly what I was told when pressure tested at the radiator shop). I'm not sure it is worth shipping and repair but if it is to you, let me know. Pictures attached.
  8. Has Mopar stamped at top of housing , working 6 volt bulb , nice heavy duty bracket Some pits , chrome shines See photos $25 plus $13.65 priority shipping Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  9. Rear is in a 65 Riviera. Should be a 3.07 or 3.23; will update post when confirmed. Available for local pickup in Lehighton, PA, near Allentown. Selling complete, drum to drum, $600; or take only the dropout center, $550. The rear housing is specific for Riviera's, but the center also fits 63-65 Wildcat's and Electra's as well as 63-64 LeSabre's.
  10. Perfect set of hubcaps wrapped in original paper...part number 1.207292 10" dia. block BUICK letters $150 set of four clock excellent condition with wireing harness, untested $50 pair of bumper gaurds, good driver quality $40 ashtray with mounting plate and lighter knob. non smoker car, excellent $25 headlight ring is for top models with extra pot metal top and emblem, n.o.s. or used perfect $50 courtesy dome light bezel and plastic lens, perfect $20
  11. 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.) http://kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/5822062304.html
  12. SOLD, giving this away and hope someone can use it - but you have to pay shipping. Original Buick upper center dashboard filler bezel with clock delete insert plate for all 1962 full size models including Lesabre, Invicta, Electra 225, and Estate. The bezel is a large chrome plated die casting and the delete plate is steel with an aluminum trim piece. Bezel is 13 3/8" wide by 4" high, panel is 5 3/4" wide by 1 3/4" high. PN's 1349602 and 12520 are stamped on the back of the bezel and it has 6 mounting studs included. There are 2 more studs with nuts used to attach the clock panel. The bezel is in good to very good used condition with no bends, dents, cracks, scratches, corrosion or swelling. The chrome is shiny with little sign of wear but it does have some micropitting typical of diecast material. The clock delete plate shows some nicks, scratches and paint wear and has light surface rust on the back. These could be used as is on a nice driver or easily restored. $12.00 Priority shipping within USA.
  13. gegrunt

    Heater Fan Blades

    I have three of these fan blades that I was told by a friend fit the aftermarket heater boxes that you would hang under the dash on cars built in the 1920's and 1930's. Does anybody know if the fan blade that I have pictured would work in these heaters?
  14. 1967 Buick Riviera Owned by custom Hot-Rod Builder Mr. Marty Moore (RIP). Rust-free CA timepiece, mostly original, Numbers Matching 430ci V8 and 3spd AT, Black/Black loaded w/ AC, Tilt wheel, Rear Defrost, Power: Steering, Brakes, Windows, Driver's Seat, & Retracting Headlights -all work. 84,702 Original miles. Starts right up instantly & idles smoothly without smoke or stalls, revs up quickly with a roar. Interior is Excellent original hardly faded or worn except minor small cracks in driver seat. New Brake master cylinder, and brake booster -w/ new Silicon Dot5 fluid flush. New Battery, New fuel pump & rubber lines. Engine bay is very clean -hoses/belts & wiring all in good shape -clearly been a very well maintained car. Everything seems to work as it should but fuel gauge is stuck on Full. The tires are old and could use replacing before a long trip, the original spare and jack/wrench set is still in trunk. Vinyl top: Original Near Perfect , no bubbles, no cracks. Chrome/ stainless trim: excellent condition -no rust, not pitted. More info/Pics on San Diego CraigsList.. Sorry, No Trades. Please Call w/ questions on this or Mr Moore's Custom 1940 Fords or late-'60s Triumph motorcycles. I'm working with the estate to liquidate.
  15. Up For sale, is a chance to acquire a rare Canadian 1914 Ford Model T, this is confirmed by the serial number of C 16923. While being certified and plated in Ontario, Canada has all the appropriate badges as well. Currently, the car does not have fenders installed but will come with the car already painted. Provided are the famed Canadian fenders, the famed double bead. (A picture is provided to compare the difference to the same year American car) While the car does need body work / paint as well as the interior. Work done on the car to date has been done by well regarded members of the community, with Peter Fawcett doing running gear and body work and Sandy McTavish restored the motor. The car itself is in roadworthy condition, with completely restored lights, generator, carburetor and much more! This Car can be shipped anywhere in the world with ease and cost effecitivily! However, located in Brockville Ontario Canada. For any information please contact below or by phone at 438 eight two seven 3405
  16. Ted L.

    Headlight Adapter?

    I keep thinking it must be for 6-volt headlight upgrade but there is no identification on it. All help appreciated! Ted
  17. Hi, As a home-based hobby, I have a very large collection of vintage automobilia available for sale - Original sales brochures, car club and rally badges, posters, rally plates, shop and owner's manuals, photographs, pins and more from the early 1900s to present. Most makes / models. Some very rare, unique and interesting items! I am based in Toronto, Canada but am happy to ship worldwide. Always happy to consider offers, particularly for package deals on multiple pieces. Please see my eBay store link below for most of my currently available items: eBay Store Link Thanks for your interest! Mike
  18. As pictured, $20 mailed to US address.
  19. John348

    1975 Cosworth Vega FOR SALE

    I have decided to start to thin down my collection, and after long consideration I decided that this car would be one to go. I have owned this car for 6 years and bought the car from the original owner. It was sitting in storage prior to that from 1985. I have the original bill of sale and build sheet. This is car 0718 out of the 3508 of total production in 1975 and 76., with a few hundred known to be left that are running according to the Cosworth registry.The car has 79,000 miles and runs GREAT! In 1975 the Cosworth sold for on $500 less than the Corvette and $800 more than a Camaro. This car is a great fun to drive, and rivals the feel of driving a British sports car of the same era. I had come upon the rare aftermarket Hutton Weber Carburetor set-up, and replaced the original problematic Electronic Fuel Injection set-up, I do have all of the original parts and they will go with the car. Some of the paint is still original in areas but it has been touched up. Since I have owned it I had the original rims restored, 5 new tires, new exhaust from the original factory stainless steel header back, new tie rod ends and center link, new fuel pump, new Delco clutch, new clutch cable, the close ratio 4 speed transmission was overhauled with new bearings and syncro rings, new U joints were installed. original starter was rebuilt, new brakes, radio speaker was rebuilt, new hoses and radiator was boiled out. new Steele weatherstrip on the hatch and the doors, had a new headliner installed, and I am sure there were many other items I had forgotten. I have an additional engine that will go with the car as well as other parts. Car is very fast! Car is registered to me and is located on Long island New York. It turns heads everywhere we take it! I know that these two words were seldom mentioned in the same sentence 'solid' and ' Vega' but it is.... a solid vega. I feel it is priced very reasonable at $14,500 for a car you start and drive anywhere tomorrow., all supported by a great national club of extremely knowledgeable fellow Cosworth enthusiasts. I must have well over 150 magazines from the COVA loaded with GREAT tech articles, like it should be! If you are interested please PM me for more information. I will have some more photos posted on the undercarriage in the next day or so more history on Cosworth Vegas please go to http://chevyvega.wikia.com/wiki/Chevrolet_Cosworth_Vega Thanks for looking and feel free to contact me for more information 9am to 9PM EST
  20. southpaw52

    1956 BUICK SPECIAL

    For Sale - A beautiful 1956 Buick Special, 2 door, hardtop, no post. Comes with 322 Cid Buick V-8 and Dynaflow transmission. She is painted a beautiful blue and white, and although the blue is a Buick color of the time it is incorrect per the build tag. She has nice near new upholstery however again, incorrect for the times. She comes with correct wheels and 4 Coker bias tires with less than 100 miles on them, as well as an older spare in the trunk. Body is near perfect, few minor areas of surface rust on the chrome. I bought her 4 or 5 years ago in the hopes of taking her back to full original state. Some of that work is done. However, now that my husband and I are retired we find there are many more ways to spend our time and she is not getting the attention she deserves. If you are seriously interested please email any questions you may have. Asking $20,000. Currently located in Montana.
  21. This is a set of McCord old original steel clad manifold gaskets. #MS-306 For 1929-30 Standard 6, Model 116-40 $40 plus shipping.
  22. 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 bigpine55@gmail.com...would rather trade for 30's 40's 50's car ..location desert country Calif. ... price 19K.
  23. Pete Phillips

    1963 Wildcat 2-dr. ht. in CT.

    Not mine, but looks like a nice, unmolested car and quite solid looking for being from Connecticut. Is listed in the "Other Makes" section of Ebay cars for sale, where few Buick people will ever see it. Seems like a reasonable price and definitely has a nice, original interior. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1963-Other-Makes-Buick/253752509622?hash=item3b14d404b6:g:4UQAAOSw3GVbSmUI&vxp=mtr
  24. wndsofchng06

    56 super, not mine, 1k obo

    Don't let them scrap it.... I cant afford it myself right now, but I'll loan a BCA member a truck and helping hand to get it if you want. https://pittsburgh.craigslist.org/cto/d/1956-buick-super/6626194062.html Ad text: Save this from the scrap yard, we need it gone. Complete, non-running 1956 Buick Super with a 322 Nailhead. Comes with all chrome which was removed by previous owner. All parts are present. Please call. No emails will be returned. Price is negotiable. 412-378-2076
  25. 1924-26 Chrysler 6 Radiator Emblem Restored $110.00 + shipping if overseas address Howard Dennis