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  1. A friend is offering some of his Citroens for sale. Contact me direct for better pictures> All are model years 1965 - 1967 Buy one or all of them. Mostly rust free, located in Arizona. All were driven to current location / ran when parked. 4HQ1@MSN.COM
  2. I understand most adds placed here are geared toward the American cars,.... One would think,...any pre war parts would interest many readers,.. so,... here is the link... http://type300.com/id190.html There are loads of other vintage Mercedes parts available also: Please pass on the information to the relevent seekers. We are always looking for NOS vintage Mercedes parts. Contact me through the link within the Type300.Com front page. Thanks
  3. I did not mean to say he/she lietrally had a London Taxi or Yellow cab. I was simply trying to communicate " what is rare here,... is not rare there". Any way,.. I have forwarded the email to the buyer in LA, hopefully this come to new ownership.
  4. Mud pud, I got an email from Mary,..if that was Via you,..thanks. She has basically stated the same thing as you have: "The car is in LA and is open for inspection, BUT she is still trying to determine the value". I respect the fact that you want more time to research this car and get the greatest value from it.......but I think its fair to summate your sitiation as this..... You've basically got a London Taxi,.....here they are rare, but over in the UK,..people will not be interested. If I am wrong,...I will here about it from readers in the forum in follow up posts,... The most important thing I want to communicate with you ,..is that I have a potential buyer for this car,...If I don't here from you or Mary,...I'll respect that you are still undecided. 4HQ1@MSN,COM
  5. Dave, I saw the same post. I contacted Barry and he assured me that there were differences. He was kind enough to send a picture of his 31'. I would post it here, but don't have his permission. Up a few photographs, there are 2 Nashes in a picture I posted. The lights are similar to the ones this mystery car is missing and maybe the ones Barry needs. I also found pictures of a Nash, the vents are similar,..large and numerous. Cadillac and Packards also also close. The answer to this is to issue is to work backwards. I need to find out or discover the manufacturer of the "handles" or "ornaments"on the vent doors. If you want to throw a 'side winder" into this pile of thoughts,...I was told the lines on the rear fender could be the outline of a Boat tail.
  6. Mud Pud,.. If the price is right, I have an interested party. Email me direct and I'll give you my phone #. 4hq1@msn.com Are you considering buying it,..or do you just want it to go to a good home?
  7. All of this stuff came from a barn. I know its T'Bird but dont have the smarts to know what models they go to. Looks like a couple sets of tail lights so at least 2 different cars. I have no use for these - Prefer to sell them all at bulk prices. I will gladly sell individual items. Its only the stuff on top of or beside the blue totes. Located in Manassas, Virginia. 4HQ1@MSN.COM
  8. Hello members, This could well be an Armstrong Siddeley body from the British company famous for their cars and aeroplanes. The radiator cowling is typical. The fuelcap has the name Tenaxit on it which was a Britsh firm making carkeys. They might also have made locks and apparently did make a quick release mechanism for the bonnet.
  9. 4HQ

    2 door Mystery

    To see the rest of the car: ALFA
  10. 4HQ

    2 door Mystery

    I'm trying to figure out what make and model this car is. Its possible its a home creation or a mix and match. Regardless, I'd like to at least identify the components. What manufacturer had these creases in the fenders? What about the vents are they Packard? The entire thread is here: http://forums.aaca.org/f169/what-make-model-mystery-vintage-car-287569.html Thanks
  11. These crease lines have got to be a dead givaway to a manufacturer?
  12. My fault on your google search. TENAXIT PAT 31831X X because I cant make out the last #
  13. I saw these lights on Craigslist, I'm tempted to buy them. Then for sure it would be mixed fruit on wheels. When all is said and done I would strive to compete against this Japanese car in blue.
  14. No engine. If you click on the ALFA link you'll see all the pictures.
  15. I'm trying to Id a car,...the going is slow so I am resorting to identfying simple components. Is this a nash vent? The car in question is here within this site within the " General Discussions " by 4HQ heres a link: General Discussion - AACA Forums Thanks
  16. Here is a picture of the vents. Maybe someone can ID them. Thanks.
  17. This 1932 Nash Ambassador 8 Brougham has very similar vents! Anybody got a berrter picture of Nash vents?
  18. First of all,... Thank you for taking the time to read this,.. I need outside help to determine what this mystery car is. These are the little know facts, as per the owner. 1. This is a body only,...no chassis (so,.. no id plates). 2. The grill belongs to an Auburn, it looked like it would fit, so, on it went. 3. The hood top is aluminum, the rest of the car is steel. 4. Some one prior to me said it was a James Young Alfa 6C 1500. I compared pictures. The windshield doesn't have the lower curves. These fenders are wider. 6C has slats for engine compartment ventilation, so in my opinion Alfa is on hold. Here are my 2 cent thoughts. 1. The hood latches say " Tenaxic 31831X pat " - that would indicate American. 2. The massive engine compartment vents match Packards. But the grill line would not accommodate a Packard grill, theres no swoop in the hood. 3. Vents are similar to the 1929 Lincoln. 4. The doors might have been chopped, now look like MG. Not so obvious clues: 1. The bumper looks like Rolls Royce. 2. The swept tail is similar to RR. 3. There is a crease / seam on top of all 4 bumpers,..I can't place that to any model,..but the RR's do have that in a few Phantom II and III models. 4. I don't think this is a home made creation,..if it is,.. the square nut on the inside looks period. I'm not sure how many pictures I can load, attached is a link to the rest. ALFA If someone recognizes the engine compartment handle or the vent door handles,..this would be a positive clue to make/ model. Any thoughts? Here is a nice link to Coupes and convertibles of the 30's. Old Convertible Pictures I am trying to Identify the 2 door Maroon car in the loft,..the additional pictures simply show the similar engine vents for comparison. The car is for sale: 4HQ1@MSN.COM
  19. A small but decent collection of T-bird parts. Must buy all of them. Best offer. Located in Manassas, Virginia. 20111 Some additional pictures: 300 Window motors, tail light housing / lenses, headlight housing, insignias, bullet lights, door sill plates, side view mirror, window and vent glass, misc chrome, etc...roughly 50 parts/items. The blue totes contain plumbing stuff,.. I will take better pictures and post them on the above link. Contact me directly with questions. 4HQ1@MSN.COM
  20. I have a restored XK 150 and 2 RR Couds that just came available.
  21. I'm sure if we get all the lobsters to work for us it can be moved.
  22. I own quite a few Vintage Mercedes, mainly the 300 Adenauer series from 51- 62'. I also have a large quantity of parts for these cars and other classic Mercedes. Let me know what you need. Best is to email me directly 4HQ1@MSN.COM H TYPE300 eres a link
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