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  1. Tom Laferriere

    1930 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup

    Chassis No. A3700980 Body Style 76-B 40 bhp, 200.5 cu. in. L-head inline four-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle and live rear axle with transverse semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. Wheelbase: 103.5 in. Ford Motor Company added a pickup model to the Model T line in 1925. Owners had improvised them from passenger cars for many years, so the newly-available factory models became very popular. Production in 1926, the last full year, surpassed 75,000. These were all of open cab or “roadster” configuration. When the new Model A bowed in late 1927, the line naturally included a pickup. Essentially a Model A version of the T pickup, it was of Open Cab configuration, as Ford called it. The bed was a direct T carryover and was mated to the rear fenders used on Model A coupes and roadsters. The top, although similar to that of roadsters, was fixed in place. Matching side curtains were supplied, but like all early open Model As there were no outside door handles. Finally, in August 1928 a Closed Cab pickup was introduced, with the rectangular “phone booth” cab that characterized Ford’s heavy Model AA commercials. For 1930, the commercial body styles adopted the passenger cars’ restyling in incremental stages. The 76-A cab for the open pickup continued, but in June both Open and Closed Cab styles were updated. The 82-B Closed Cab models used front sheet metal from the Tudor sedan, while the 76-B Open Cab style took pieces from the Standard Roadster. There were now exterior door handles and a new top, which was removable, but did not fold. Open Cab Pickups remained in production through the Model A’s lifetime and beyond, although the comfort of the Closed Cab came to dominate the market. The last Open Cab Ford pickups, just 347 of them, were produced in 1934. The current owner, a prominent collector of rare Model As, restored this Open Cab Pickup himself. Presented in Rubelite Red, a new color for trucks introduced mid-year, it has authentic Straw body pinstriping and traditional black fenders and wheels. It has the correct black-painted steel radiator shell used on Model A light commercials; over the years many have been replaced by the more durable stainless steel shells from passenger cars. Following restoration it has received AACA First Junior, Senior and Grand National honors. These were followed by Senior Grand National and Repeat Senior Grand National awards. Most recently, it has achieved seven Preservation Awards. The body contours are perfect and the paint is superb. The top is done in correct grained artificial leather, similar to that used on the seat. The engine compartment and undercarriage are correctly and immaculately detailed, right down to the tapered original-equipment style tapered muffler. The tires are correct 4.75 x 19 Firestone blackwalls, with a sidemount spare on the left. Included are side curtains with correct mounting rods, for use in inclement weather. The truck starts easily and runs exceedingly well. As with all well-tuned Model As, at idle speed and retarded spark you can count each cylinder firing. Built in June 1930, this is among the first of the updated Open Cab Pickups. With just 3,429 built, this1930 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup is also one of the rarest, the ideal addition to any Model A collection. Located in Westerly Rhode Island and asking $38,500. All pictures at the link: http://www.tomlaferriere.com/listings/1930-ford-model-a-roadster-pickup
  2. 1906 lozier

    1910 REO 2 cylinder

    Restored this car for myself but now have to let it go. new radiator, water,gas tank new crankcase, crankshaft, lifters, valves, and springs new brake drum with two lips to hold brake band from slipping off to the side. new copper high speed discs new rear axle shaft gears in diff, changed the hyatt type bearings to sealed ball bearings electric start the brass needs restoring but very presentable,front wheel fellows are starting to split at rivet plates,will need new tires at some point. thank you for looking Harold Musolf III 48,500.00 obo email brassman@nwlink.com phone 206-601-9229 Seattle Washington
  3. neil morse

    '41 Buick Limited on Ebay

    Not mine. Looks very solid. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1941-Buick-Series-90-Limited/273520740998?hash=item3faf1b4a86:g:ZC4AAOSwYIpbziFX:rk:8:pf:0
  4. 1914 Model T Ford Pie Wagon. Nice Oak body that is finished inside and out. Running gear has a 1914 rear end, and 1915 front spring, and is done and ready to go. The splash aprons need to be painted. The graphics on the Pie Wagon are vinyl and can be removed easily for your application and be painted on to be period correct. Pie Wagon has not run since last fall and will need to gone through before running. Radiator tank has a dent but holds water and flow seems to be good. Car is located in Reading, PA and can be delivered for $1.25 per loaded mile. Call Norm Hutton with any questions. 201-264-8969 Priced at $10,800 OBO. Sold with Bill of Sale only.
  5. 1921 Model T Ford Center Door. Older restoration of nice original car. Glass is nice condition, all wood in car is good, runs great. The car has original upholstery that is still in serviceable condition. Ready to go. Car has a current MO title. Comes with a spare tire not shown in pictures. Price reduced to $10,500 OBO. The car is located in Reading, PA, and can be delivered for $1.25 per loaded mile. Call Norm Hutton with questions at 201-264-8969.
  6. Highlander160

    1947 Cadillac Conv.

    Well here's another no-rust-never-had-rust Classic Car. That's right, a 47 Cadillac model 62 from California. Sold new at Don Lee Cadillac in LA, original stick shift car, ownership records back to 1950, former Robbins family car from Dearborn, MI. Yes, the late dear Katie Robbins. I remember when they got it in the 80s, the finish hasn't changed a lick since then. Every record of service is included with the car as is the delivery paper from Cadillac showing options, colors, etc. Currently Lotus Cream with green leather/tan cloth interior as pictured. Interior is lovely, no cracks, tears, hardly any wear whatsoever. Top is not new but there's not a thing wrong with it. No scuffs, tears, wear spots, cracking, just a really good black top. Hydraulics all work as they should. Radio lights up but doesn't play, stainless and chrome are well above average. The sheet metal is a dream come true, never a spot of rust, PERIOD. Frame and suspension are clean too without the typical eastern or midwest "bad complexion" from rust pits. Look at the pictures, ask questions. I'd say this car scores about 88-90 pts in judging. It runs, steers, stops and rides like, well, like a Cadillac. This car is very fairly priced at $68,500. That's on the low side of most price guides for this condition. Get it done in time and I'll deliver to Hershey for fuel cost (about $200). I can be reached here by DM or: highlander8909@gmail.com phone or text at: 734 637 1421 (please leave a msg if no answer, I will return the call)
  7. From the same collection I'm helping the family liquidate is this decent original 1964 Volvo P 1800 coupe. My friend bought this car in 1977, drove it a few years, and then parked it in his barn where it has sat for 35 years. He did start it peridically during this time. but it hasn't run in over 20 years now. I put a battery in it last week and it still turns over by the starter. The engine is NOT stuck. I did not try to start it as the gas in the tank is very old and needs to be drained. This is basically an untouched original car. Overall the body is decent, with the only real bad spots being the bottoms of the front fenders. I believe it wears it's original paint. The interior is decent original as well, with the only real wear being on the seats. The dash is very nice. The odometer reads 50598 miles. I honestly don't know if that's correct or not. 50000 miles seems a little low for the condition of the car, but 150000 seems high. The car obviously needs the complete brake and fuel systems gone through, as well as most of the engine accessories, to make it drivable again. The car comes with a bunch of extra parts too, including extra doors, hood, trunk, interior pieces, dash, and some trim. We have the title. We had this car sold locally, along with the other Volvo I'm selling on here, as part of a package deal - but the guy can't come up with the money, that's why I'm listing it here now. The court appointed appraiser set a value of $4200 for it. That's the asking price which includes all the extra parts and manuals as well. Car is located near Akron, Ohio. Please e mail me at jwgehring@hotmail.com to discuss.
  8. loftbed

    FORD MODEL "T" PARTS

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/loftbed/m.html?item=132847832982&hash=item1eee590f96%3A
  9. Travis Sullins

    1962 Studebaker Daytona Lark

    1962 Studebaker Daytona Lark two-door hard-top in great condition. Owned by one family. Engine: 259 cubic-inch, 4-barrel carb, 4-speed stick. Complete restoration/rebuild of body and engine in 1996 (only 11,000 miles since). Reupholstered seats 2007 and repainted in 2016. Excellent condition, plenty more pictures available. Located in Bristol, VA. Priced to sell at $15,400
  10. A local club member is cleaning out his garage and has the following for sale. According to the numbers that we checked out, he has . . . ♦ a 1957 Dynaflow transmission with the "R" code that has an aluminum bellhousing. ♦ a 1960 Buick L3G nailhead, 364 cubic inch / 235 horsepower engine that he says was rebuilt. Both have been sitting inside for the last 20+ years that I know of. Send me a PM if you are truly interested and I will forward your info on to him. Parts are in the Minneapolis, Minnesota area. Thanks. Al Malachowski BCA #8965 "500 Miles West of Flint"
  11. 1912 Wohlfeld's Auto Luggage Trunk. For Sale. $1250.00. 28"(L)x15"(W)x13.5"(H) -Pristine, Museum Grade. All Original. No repairs or restoration. Cannot be bettered. -Wood Construction, Black Painted Finish. -Mahogany Shelf, unused. -Cotton Lining. -1912 litho tag. -Little use, carefully stored. Needs nothing except several (zinc?) screws and replacement leather side straps. Minor grease/oil marks in cotton lining. Contact: 212 923-3423 / lostworlds1@earthlink.net
  12. 1931 Smaller Series. Top 3 are Buick, bottom 2 are aftermarket. $40 all delivered to Hershey Chocolate Field (please contact by Monday) SALE PENDING
  13. Is this the 2019 AACA HPOF Car of the Year? I wouldn't bet against it. It is literally a brand new 1956 Oldsmobile in 100% original condition, right down to the tires. It shows 3607 original miles (no typo: three thousand, six hundred and seven). I invite any of you to come see it in person and try to find proof that it isn't what it appears be be, because I sure can't. You can't restore the feeling this car has on the road (hell, just slam one of the doors!) back into a car, and the way the controls work, the way the engine purrs, and the way the paint looks all suggest that this is a car just as it was built by GM. It has had just two owners, with the second owner acquiring it in 1969 from the original owner, who bought it for his wife to use but she sadly fell ill shortly afterwards and it sat in their garage for years. A neighbor admired the car, and after the wife's passing, the owner tried to give it to the nurse who had taken care of her for many years. The nurse wasn't interested, so the young neighbor acquired it with just 2800 miles on the clock. That young man didn't drive it, didn't modify it, didn't use it up, but rather kept it as an artifact for the next five decades, driving it sparingly but not even enough to wear out the original BFGoodrich Silvertown tires. I know they're original because I've never seen another set of modern tires of any kind that had the tire size stamped into the tread like these, and they pre-date date coding. This sucker is legit. The black paint is glossy and unmarked save for a little chip on the driver's rear wheel well. I suspect that the passenger's door has been repainted below the trim line, but I can't prove it--a slight variation in the texture is my only clue. The chrome and stainless trim is in excellent condition with only the slightest signs of age and all the lenses are like new. I couldn't find what trim code 364 stands for in Oldsmobile terminology, but that's undoubtedly original upholstery, with beautifully trimmed door panels and almost zero signs of use. The only notable bit of deterioration is the rubberized floor covering under the driver's heel is cracked, but how do you replace it? Everything works except the radio, and that's because it was delivered without one--the second owner found a correct radio and installed it, but couldn't bring himself to drill a hole in the fender for the antenna. It's included if you're man enough to do it. Every knob, every handle, every switch feels like new: precise, smooth, and not worn out. The doors close with a modest click but it sounds expensive. And check out the trunk, which is like new, including the original spare and jack assembly. Oldsmobile's legendary OHV V8 displaced 324 cubic inches in 1956 and with a 2-barrel carburetor, this relatively lightweight sedan is rather energetic on the road. Obviously I didn't push it very hard on those tires, but the transmission shifts imperceptibly and the suspension has that silky feeling that I find is endemic to original cars and yes, the original spiral shocks are still underneath. There are minor signs of use that are probably unavoidable after 60 years but it would be a mistake to upgrade or restore anything on this car. The original dealer gave it a light dusting of undercoating but you can see that there's zero rust and I'm pretty sure that's the original exhaust system. The only thing I don't like is the battery, which is a modern replacement that doesn't look right. Change that and you have a car that will likely score 91 or 92 points on the show field against restored cars and is a slam-dunk for HPOF competition. And I have to admit, I sure like the way this no-nonsense brute looks. Like I said, feel free to come and pick this car apart. Prove me wrong. But I have combed over this car with an extremely fine-toothed comb and found nothing that would suggest anything other than a 3600-mile original car. It's not nice enough to be restored but it's way too nice and everything is too fresh to be 103,600 miles. My only conclusion is that this is the most amazing survivor I've ever seen in my life. Asking $34,900, which seems like a lot, but it's still cheaper than the car was when it was new (in adjusted 2018 dollars). A brand new 1956 Oldsmobile? Too cool.
  14. Found this grill stainless in an old yard I frequent. It was laying in the picker bushes for probably 50 years. Car is long crushed. Obviously it has some flaws in the stainless but jeez where you gonna find this? Asking $150. Will ship if I have to at buyers expense or can meet someone if near enough to me in NEPA.
  15. New replacement battery box for 1940-1941 Chevrolet, may fit thru 1948. $15 plus shipping
  16. 1962 Studebaker Daytona Lark two-door hard-top in great condition. Owned by one family. Engine: 259 cubic-inch, 4-barrel carb, 4-speed stick. Complete restoration/rebuild of body and engine in 1996 (only 11,000 miles since). Reupholstered seats 2007 and repainted in 2016. Excellent condition, plenty more pictures available. Priced to sell at $15,400
  17. 1951 Lincoln Cosmopolitan, the best buy you can find! It's all original, except quality repaint of the factory color. Contact for complete description and honest answers. $18,000. Call 978.546.9309 or email- no texts please
  18. 1955 Chrysler New Yorker St. Regis Survivor/driver condition car 331 Hemi V8 3-speed Torqueflite Automatic Transmission Power Steering This car starts, idles, accelerates, steers, stops and drives nicely. Original chrome, stainless trim, dash gauges and interior fabrics. Two tone factory lacquer paint White leather and maroon cloth interior is very presentable, unrestored and functional. There is not a rust hole in this car anywhere. Very solid! Restore this car to perfection, or drive it as is. $19,900.00 (304) 376-9057
  19. 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
  20. Lori Freyer

    1930 Cadillac $27,000

    1930 Cadillac, $27,000. 7 passenger, V-8, 4 door, Fisher body, 2-toned (blue/black). Titled & running & drives. Original interior (needs work). Omaha, NE - Lori Freyer, 402-672-5157, phone or text or email.
  21. This ad was listed two days ago on C/L - Madison, WI. It would be hard to beat the price: https://madison.craigslist.org/pts/d/1938-chrysler-transmission/6745645114.html Came out of 1938 2dr business coupe, it is an overdrive trans. Looking for a BEST OFFER
  22. 2 new Standard Products brand stoplight switches in the original boxes. $10 plus shipping.
  23. Chuck Kuntz

    1933/1934 Chevrolet Wire Wheels

    1933 Chevrolet 18 inch wire wheel in good condition. $25 1934 chevrolet wire wheels in good condition $25 each
  24. Great pair of hood trims. Straight, solid. Have most of the original red detail paint remaining. $75 for the pair. Can help with delivery from SE PA (Gettysburg) area to Rockville, MD and any place nearby. Shipping would be really expensive and dicey at best with the current state of the various shipping options. Will hold for free delivery to Spring Carlisle.
  25. NOS Delco Remy 1917855 starter armature for 1940-1953 chevrolet $35 plus shipping