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  1. 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
  2. Is my car priced too low forC.C.C.A levelautos? 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 https://classiccars.com/listings/view/939043/1930-studebaker-president-for-sale-in-houma-louisiana-70360 https://news.classiccars.com/pick-day-1930-studebaker-president/
  3. We have taken some parts off my 56 Special, for example 1-Brake Pedal $60.00 2-Valve Covers $120.00 4-Generator $80.00 5-Spark Plug Covers $110.00 6-Blower Motor $100.00 No warranty or guarantee on any of the Items listed above, all items sold as is. Buyer is responsible for all delivery charges over and above list prices (in addition too). Please message me in private email if interested in any of the above items.Do not panic if I do not respond to your email right away
  4. 1941 owner's manual, Sixth edition (March 1941). Includes mid-year 118-inch wheelbase "40A" 1941 Specials. Includes lube chart and tire card. Very good condition. Shows some signs of use and age on blue cover and spine, but is very clean and unmarked inside. Lube chart clean, a little fold wear. No writing inside that we saw...even the lubrication schedule chart is still completely blank. (Think the notations inside the front cover are printed, but hard to tell.) Price $30 plus postage (will calculate for buyer). Shipping from Michigan. Prefer payment via PayPal.
  5. Very rare large original Stromberg model KR No. 2 bronze updraft carburetor. Made by the Stromberg Motor Devices Company in Chicago, IL. Online research indicates this type of carburetor was designed for and used on on the 1915 Jeffery 2 ton truck. This was probably the "Quad" 4-wheel drive truck using a Buda engine which Jeffery had developed in 1913 and was used extensively in World War 1. It may also have been used on stationary engines for agricultural and industrial applications or other vehicles. 8 3/4" long, 4 1/4" wide, 7" high, made of heavy cast bronze with brass fittings and steel screws. The mounting flange has a 1 7/16" throttle bore and mounting holes with 2 3/4" centers. The levers and plates for throttle and choke move freely along with the rotating collar at the air intake. A pad on one side shows the KR No. 2 model name with number 318947 stamped adjacent. The float chamber cover is marked "STROMBERG MOTOR DEVICES CO. CHICAGO PATENTS PENDING." This carburetor is in as found condition with only a light cleanup. It appears to be complete including the manifold mounting screws. It has some nicks and scratches but no dents or cracks, and does not show signs of corrosion. We have not disassembled it and we have no idea of its operating condition. This is a very rare piece with genuine patina and very hard to find, it would be a great display item, a nice core for parts or restoration to use on a vehicle. NOTE: This is being sold AS IS with no returns or guarantee. $130.00 including Priority Mail shipping within USA.
  6. 1948 Ford Super Deluxe Station Wagon Woodie Woody with Overdrive. Model 79B. Equip with Columbia Overdrive two speed rear axle. Outstanding! Rare only 8,912 examples built. Driven 5,500 careful miles since a documented restoration. Finished in Black with Maple Rails and Mahogany Panels. All three seats are finished in Brown Leather. Beautiful wood grained dashboard. Powered by the famous 59-AB 239 Cubic Inch Flathead V-8 which Ford rated at 100 horsepower. Oil Filter. Dual Exhaust. Three speed transmission. The Columbia Overdrive two speed rear axle allows this Woodie to cruise effortlessly at modern highway speeds. Equip with lots of great options and accessories. AM preset seeking radio. Clock. Heater / Defroster. Driver side mirror. Accessory under the seat heaters have been installed for comfortable touring on chilly days. Dual tail lamps. Rear mounted spare tire with metal cover. Firestone tires. Turn Signals and Seat belts have been added for safety. Wonderful automobile for club events and tours. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $99,999 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this outstanding Ford in action:
  7. supercargirl

    1928 Cadillac coupe

    We were told that this car belonged to the Firestone family for very very long time and the current owner is either the second or third owner. It is an older restoration and there is nice patina on it. Few years ago, it was commissioned for road use and driven 400 miles in a classic car rally. Asking price is $125,000.00 car is located in Turkey. Can assist with transportation.
  8. jerry house

    1932 buick woven wire harness

    I have a never installed 1932 buick wire harness make by rhoad Island wire company if interested please call me at 415 420 6546 thank you
  9. London to Brighton Participant Seven Times Dated by the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain, A highly original and correct car, it is thought to have been repainted at one point, but is still retaining much of its upholstery. Car No. 187 Ran in the LTR: 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008,2009, and 2010. Has been meticulously maintained with over $3,000.00 worth of work done over the last few years (invoice available). Located in the US. Price reduced to $105,000.00
  10. FOR SALE: 1960 THUNDERBIRDMileage: 20,800Price:$23,000Location: Jacobus, PAOutstanding, low mileage original car. This car was stored from 1967 through 2001 when I purchased it with only 17,000 miles on it. It now has just under 21,000 and is in unbelievably nice condition. The body is totally rust free and the chrome looks like it is NOS. This T-Bird runs and drives like a new car.Body is absolutely rust free and exactly as Ford built it. The interior including the door panels, headliner, carpet and all the chrome and anodized aluminum trim is beautiful and appears as new.When removed from storage, the car was made operational by replacing the fuel tank, recoring the radiator, installing new wheel cylinders and master cylinder. The original carburetor and fuel pump were both rebuilt as well. All fluids were changed and Goodrich Silvertown tires matching the original spare were installed. The original exhaust system was just replaced two years ago with a correct style system in aluminized steel.This car still wears its 1967 PA inspection sticker and original oil change stickers from the 60's. I also have the original window sticker, build sheets and mint shop manual purchased by the original owner.The lower portion of the car was repainted, the roof, door jambs, trunk and engine compartment are still original. New seat covers were installed as the originals were split from age. The dashboard cover has also been replaced with a correct reproduction part.The only changes made to the car are the addition of period-style front seat belts and Sun Ray wheel cover ornaments.You can see pictures and read more about the car here:http://squarebirds.org/vbulletin/sho...urvivor&page=2I'll be glad to supply more pictures and answer any questions you may have.Mike LawsonBuick8guy@yahoo.com
  11. I have some misc. Locomobile parts for sale, contact me if you are in need, If you have spare Locomobile parts, please post them here. Al
  12. sligermachine

    wood floor board

    This week i'm going to make my first floor board I have my pattern out any way I think its the right board I bought 5 cars same day so a lot of head scratching wile studding my parts I had that wood cut from a tree that was dry that is under the car . I would have started to work on it this weekend but my shop was dirty and I figured I better clean up real good be for I make a big mess anyway.--Kyle
  13. Hey Classic Car Friends........check out what we have...... 13 "BARN FIND" CLASSIC CARS !! These cars are in a large build out garage out in Riverside, CA. Also in this garage is a large machine shop with LOTS of tools and machinery. THIS IS GOING TO BE AN ESTATE SALE AND ONSITE CAR AUCTION !! ESTATE SALE......May 31st to June 2nd from 10am to 4pm CAR AUCTION......June 3rd @ 2pm with auctioneer John Kunkle PREVIEW.....during the days of the estate sale and Sunday, June 3rd, from 11am - 2pm. Here is the link for the information: https://classic.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/121956_13-barn-find-classic-cars-and-machinery/ I have included a basic condition report to give you an idea of these cars in the link. You are HIGHLY encouraged to come preview the cars during the estate sale. Here is a list of what we've found INCLUDING a basic condition report in the link: 1949 Packard Super 8 Deluxe Limousine, black. 1917 Studebaker ED "Phaeton", black, 2 door 1939 Ford "Deluxe", black, 4 door sedan 1940 Buick "Limited 8" Limousine, black 1930 Moon Windsor 6-75, dark green, 4 door sedan 1946 Ford "Deluxe", brown/tan, 2 door sedan 1939 Plymouth "Road King", green, 2 door sedan 1939 American Bantam "60", Teal green, 2 door coupe 1928 Willys Knight, gray, 4 door sedan 1927 Pierce-Arrow "8"0, gray, 4 door sedan 1931 DeVaux (De Vaux, De Voe), "6-75", maroon, 2 door coupe with rumble seat 1922 Essex "Model A", red, 2 door sedan 1978 Dodge "B200" van, maroon, 2 door https://classic.liveauctioneers.com/catalog/121956_13-barn-find-classic-cars-and-machinery/ If you have questions..... estatesalemandan@gmail.com Dan & Suki
  14. BoonstraGirl

    Rare 1916 Buick D4 Express Truck

    1916 BUICK D4 EXPRESS TRUCK - $39,900 This vehicle is so rare it's probably the only one you'll ever see. The only other one we have ever heard rumor of is said to exist somewhere in the Western US. The truck is 99% original except for its paint. No metal rust, no wood rot - ever. It has never been "restored". It is mechanically excellent, and cosmetically very good. Its entire 102 year history is known, and documents of proof accompany the vehicle. Little has been done in all these years to alter the originality of this survivor. Even some "original 1916 dirt" is still on the frame. This Buick D4 truck was bought new by Schmeuser Buick in Hammond, Indiana in 1916 and it was put to work for several years in their service and parts department. It was probably retired to the back of their shop around 1930, where it remained until 1951 when it was facelifted to be rolled through the Hammond Centennial parade. It was finally purchased from Schmeuser Buick by its first private owner in Zeeland, Michigan sometime around 1965. We have had a custom replica bracket cast for remounting the spare tire on the left side as you see in the factory photo. It is ready to go and just needs to be installed. The engine was dismantled and rebuilt professionally. It's never been restored - just overcoated with paint in 1951. The lights need some work to be made operational again, but otherwise everything about the truckfunctions well. This rare Buick D4 Express Truck will not disappoint. The vehicle may be seen by appointment prior to purchase in Zeeland, Michigan. Please contact Maryvaneenenaam@gmail.com to arrange a viewing, make an offer, or to request any additional information.
  15. ORIGINAL 1940 FORD ANTENNA - ONLY FITS WOODIE AND CONVERTIBLE, GO,S IN THE CENTER OVER THE WINDSHIED, $100. PLUS SHIPPING
  16. 1960's era Oldsmobile Bi-Phonic rear radio speaker kit. New in box with replacement knob and installation instructions.
  17. 49 to 54 water pump except 53s with power glide $70.00 rechrome 53 lighted hood ornament with nos head $500.00 complete 53-54 radio antenna nos $150.00 complete windshield visor with sedan mounts, center roof mount, and nos traffic light viewer $700.00 nos 53-54 fender skirts in factory black primer, nos stainless steel trim included, $250.00 complete 53 grill nos with korean chrome less lucite emblem and emblem bezel, $700.00 red painted nos 1953 hood name plate $125.00 charles l. coker p.o.box 51 taneyville, mo. 65759-0051 417-693-5219 charlessdv8@yahoo.com
  18. Reducing my collection of stuff. This is an original Pontiac dealership GM Photographic Multi-Vue machine in the original Pontiac box - circa 1954-1958 $ 300 plus shipping ( or you can pick it up if you are in Naples FL ) or best offer - nothing in trade wanted dross1958@comcast.net
  19. I am selling a bunch of my automobilia . This is an original, circa 1954-1958, Chevrolet dealership, GM Photographic Muiti-Vue machine with it's original box and papers. $ 300 plus shipping anywhere in the world,.or best offer - no trades wanted. dross1958@comcast.net
  20. I am selling a bunch of my automobilia . This is an original, circa 1954-1958, Chevrolet dealership, GM Photographic Muiti-Vue machine with it's original box and papers. $ 300 plus shipping anywhere in the world,.or best offer - no trades wanted. dross1958@comcast.net
  21. My wife says we have too many cars ( she is actually right since we have them stored all over town and in 2 countries ) so we are keeping 12 and getting rid of the rest. 1977 AMC Hornet wagon originally from TX all of it's life until it ended up in Florida. Clear title in my name. Very very solid and nice looking and driving original car. Keep in mind I drive this a few times a week here in Naples Florida, but it has roughly 56,000 miles and the mileage is slowly going up. It has a 258 ci. 6 cyl, auto transmission, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, tilt steering wheel. It starts right up, and It does not leak, smoke or drip anything. I would not hesitate to take this car on a long trip anywhere. Nice copper paint with tan interior which shows only minor blemishes as it is 41 years old. As of today, everything is working on it. Photos show the cars condition well including the solid tailgate floor. Email if you have questions and no, I do not want anything in trade. Recent work over the past 3 months are new tires, completely redone brakes, tune up, oil/filter/lube, thermostat and gasket replacement. It looks great and as of today everything works. Keep in mind it is a 40 year old used car and it is sold with no warranties, as is / where is. $ 9995.00 or best offer.
  22. I am getting rid of the bulk of my antique car and car memorabilia collection and scaling down to a more manageable size for both. We just have too much stuff that we have accumulated over a 40 year period and we really don't need it all.This rare item is circa 1963-1964 and from a now defunct Pontiac Buick Dealer - Schramske Pontiac. I have never seen another one of these in over 40 years of collecting Pontiac items. I believe it is 1963 but it may be 1964. Original plate is on the front of the frame and back sticker on the rear as shown in the photos. Very large 39 inches. x 29 inches. You can pick it up for free if you are in the Naples Florida area, otherwise it will go Fedex Ground in the USA and Priority Mail International elsewhere. It was in non climate controlled storage for many years when I got it and the print is slightly bowed, so the item has to be professionally re-framed. I took it to a shop locally who said it was common and very doable but they were backed up for a number of months. If this sells, fine, if not, I will have it reframed and keep it..As all items are original and vintage they are sold as is where is with no warranties. $ 500.00 or best offer - no trades of anything wanted since we have way too much stuff. Shipping is extra or pick it up for free if you are in or near Naples Florida
  23. I am getting rid of the bulk of my antique car and car memorabilia collection and scaling down to a more manageable size for both. We just have too much stuff that we have accumulated over a 40 year period and we really don't need it all.This rare item is circa 1963-1964 and from a now defunct Pontiac Buick Dealer - Schramske Pontiac. I have never seen another one of these in over 40 years of collecting Pontiac items. I believe it is 1963 but it may be 1964. Original plate is on the front of the frame and back sticker on the rear as shown in the photos. Very large 39 inches. x 29 inches. You can pick it up for free if you are in the Naples Florida area, otherwise it will go Fedex Ground in the USA and Priority Mail International elsewhere. It was in non climate controlled storage for many years when I got it and the print is slightly bowed, so the item has to be professionally re-framed. I took it to a shop locally who said it was common and very doable but they were backed up for a number of months. If this sells, fine, if not, I will have it reframed and keep it..As all items are original and vintage they are sold as is where is with no warranties. $ 500.00 or best offer - no trades of anything wanted since we have way too much stuff. Shipping is extra or pick it up for free if you are in or near Naples Florida
  24. This is the last year for the Shelby Mustang, however, unsold 1969 models were given 1970 vehicle identification numbers with 2 visuals changes; front spoiler and two black hood stripes. Now based on the new SportsRoof and convertible Mustang body styles, Shelby’s newly designed Mustang shared very little resemblance to the production Mustang. The GT350 and GT500 were still available in both fastback or convertible. The front end design on the ’69 Shelby was completely new. Both the fenders and the hood were fiberglass and created a large rectangular grille opening which carried two 7 inch headlights. Beneath the bumper, Lucas foglamps were mounted. The hood contained three forward-facing NASA scoops, the center one providing air to into the engine’s intake system. Also on the hood were two rear-facing scoops. Brake scoops can be found on the front fenders, as did the rear, all providing air to the brakes. Rear scoops can be found on convertibles mounted lower in order to prevent any interference with the convertible top mechanism. In the rear, fiberglass extensions were added to the fiberglass deck lid to create a pronounced spoiler. ’65 Thunderbird taillights were used, and a unique aluminum exhaust collector exited in the center beneath the bumper. Side stripes can be found on both models with either GT350 or GT500 lettering at the front fender in front of the brake scoop. Snake emblems can be found behind the rear side windows and also on the left side of the front grille. Also, Cobra Jet emblems, like the ones found on the ’68 GT500KR, were used on the GT500’s front fenders. The interior of the Shelby was once again the production Mustang’s Deluxe Interior Decor Group, available in either black or white, with Shelby identification on the door panels, steering wheel and passenger’s dash. The console top housed two two Stewart Warner gauges, oil and amps, along with two toggle switches for foglamps and courtesy lights. The instrument cluster contained a 8000 rpm tachometer, 140 mph speedometer and fuel gauges. All of the fastback Shelbys one again have the inertia-reel harnesses while the convertibles kept the same 1968 type roll bar. The GT350 Shelby came with the 290hp 4-V version of the production 351 Windsor. The only difference being an aluminum intake manifold as well as Cobra valve covers. The GT500 Shelby used the 428CJ-R with all variations found on the regular Mustang. As with the Mach 1, the Competition Suspension, transmission and rear axle were all options on the Shelby. The unique 15×7 inch rims had an aluminum center section welded to a chrome steel rim. Standard tires were E70x15; although most cars came with the F60x15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs. Some other standard features found were power steering, power front disc brakes, and four-speed manual transmission, all of which this car was ordered with.This is the last year for the Shelby Mustang with only 335 GT500 Convertibles produced, even rarer with a 4 Speed Manual Transmission. A High dollar, documented restoration was completed in the 1990’s. This 1969 Shelby GT500 Convertible has its Marti report, along with the Shelby Invoice, matching engine/transmission with 3:50 Traction-Lok differential which is just a perfect combination for cruising and to get up and GO…and that it does quite exceptionally. This Shelby runs and drives spectacular. Powerful, quiet engine with no noises or smoke of any kind. The transmission shifts nicely up and down all the gears, brakes perfectly, and steers straight. Great oil pressure, charging appropriately, and no overheating issues or any other issues whatsoever. This Shelby is located in Smithfield, RI and the price is $149,500. Please see link for details. http://www.tomlaferriere.com/listings/1969-shelby-gt500-428-cj-convertible
  25. BoonstraGirl

    1916 Buick D4 Express Truck

    1916 BUICK D4 EXPRESS TRUCK - $39,900 This vehicle is so rare it's probably the only one you'll ever see. The only other one we have ever heard rumor of is said to exist somewhere in the Western US. The truck is 99% original except for its paint. No metal rust, no wood rot - ever. It has never been "restored". It is mechanically excellent, and cosmetically very good. Its entire 102 year history is known, and documents of proof accompany the vehicle. Little has been done in all these years to alter the originality of this survivor. Even some "original 1916 dirt" is still on the frame. This Buick D4 truck was bought new by Schmeuser Buick in Hammond, Indiana in 1916 and it was put to work for several years in their service and parts department. It was probably retired to the back of their shop around 1930, where it remained until 1951 when it was facelifted to be rolled through the Hammond Centennial parade. It was finally purchased from Schmeuser Buick by its first private owner in Zeeland, Michigan sometime around 1965. We have had a custom replica bracket cast for remounting the spare tire on the left side as you see in the factory photo. It is ready to go and just needs to be installed. The engine was dismantled and rebuilt professionally. It's never been restored - just overcoated with paint in 1951. The lights need some work to be made operational again, but otherwise everything about the truck functions well. This rare Buick D4 Express Truck will not disappoint. The vehicle may be seen by appointment prior to purchase in Zeeland, Michigan. Please contact Maryvaneenenaam@gmail.com to arrange a viewing, make an offer, or to request any additional information.