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  1. Shipping costs from S.E. Michigan not shown; Stock 1936 leaf springs - $30 each (front or rear) Stock 1936 3-speed transmission - $50 Stock chromed swan neck shifter handle; 1932 - 38 Ford (4-1/8" from top of pivot ball to bottom tip) - $150 Stock 1932 rear spare tire spreader-bar - $40 Stock 1940 deluxe dash; shell, ashtrays, and standard (no clock) glove box door. In prime, excellent condition - $280 Monroe aftermarket tube shock mount kit- 1935-40 Ford (maybe other years too) 1950's vintage - $50 kit 1935 - '40 Ford CE Mustang master cylinder mount (with or w/o booster) no pedal - NEW $50 Stock 1940 Ford deluxe headlamp doors (rims), no exterior pits, just old chrome! - $50 pair Vintique 1933/1934 Ford rumble seat hinges - NEW $50 Stock 1940 Lincoln Zephyr or Continental chrome grill guard assembly (i.e. one horizontal bar and three uprights) - $150 Touring Car or Phaeton rear seat accessory windshield (no floor supports) needs restoration - $70 Unknown headlamps, believed to be late 1930's International pickup. Black buckets - 9-1/4" dia. x 7" deep. One missing lens. - $50 pair Stock 1934 Ford car grill shell; chrome is all shot but its really usable with some work. Some bar damage at bottom. In storage since 1958. - $250 734-954-075eight Steve Pinckney, MI.
  2. Accessory grill guard for Zephyr or Continental. Places a 3rd bar above the stock 2 bars using (3) upright support bumper guards. Pictured installed on a custom car; does not include the '34 Ford cowl lamps shown. Good old chrome. $150 plus shipping. 734-954-0758 Steve Ann Arbor, MI.
  3. Extremely rare piece. Complete with all hardware. Has convertionally opening lid, and also folds open to form a carrying container. Spare mount off the back on a fold down bracket. Called a "milk can carrier" by the old farmers. Original lid hinges are damaged (pot metal). Made to fit 1935 or 1936 Ford 2dr, 4dr, convertible sedan, or phaeton bodies without the factory touring trunk (hump back). Can be modified for a 1933/34 also. For cost, I can crate the trunk for truck shippment and drop it off at a terminal. Now asking $1500 or reasonable nearest offer (I paid a lot more) ... Steve; 734-954-0758 SE Michigan
  4. Greetings, still have this trunk stored away so how about another round of "For Sale". Thanks.
  5. Thanks for the reply Bob. I'm aware of all the other differences you mentioned, but I'm strictly interested in the changes to the cowl top. The question is, were any 1933 models built with these specific 1934 changes? Steve
  6. As far as I know, the top of the '34 cowl has (2) features that differentiate it from a '33 cowl. First, there are a parallel ribs running side to side that fade out around two round holes in the cowl top for a '34. The '33 cowl has these ribs running continuously (no fade out). Also, the leading edge of a '34 cowl top has two indetations for hood side rests, where the '33 does not have them. NOW..., is it possible for a late 1933 being built with these features (maybe real late)? It's a cabriolet in this case.
  7. Bump. Here's one on a convertible sedan... Steve
  8. Need a roadster (running) hauled by enclosed transport from Jamestown SC to Ann Arbor MI. Thanks.l Respond to: salatahouse@yahoo.com
  9. Extremely rare piece. Complete with all hardware. Has convertionally opening lid, and also folds open to form a carrying container. Spare mount off the back on a fold down bracket. Called a "milk can carrier" by the old farmers. Original lid hinges are damaged (pot metal). Made to fit 1935 or 1936 Ford 2dr, 4dr, convertible sedan, or phaeton bodies without the factory touring trunk (hump back). Can be modified for a 1933/34 also. For cost, I can crate the trunk for truck shippment and drop it off at a terminal. Now asking $1500 or reasonable nearest offer (I paid a lot more) ... Steve; 734-954-0758 SE Michigan
  10. I recently purchased a 1940 120 sedan. The plate fixed to the upper left firewall has "Arizona Motor Car Co." and 'Phoenix" stamped on it. I assume this is the selling dealership. All my online seaches (including this site) can find no record of this business. Not being close to Phoenix myself, has any found any records or reference to this dealership? Thanks.
  11. Need a driveable Packard sedan hauled from San Mateo to near Ann Arbor. A low hauler (5th wheel or similar trailer) would be prefered due to low hanging tree branches on roads near the drop off location. Call 'Steve' at 734-954-0758. Vehicle will be ready to pick up anytime after Dec. 12th. Can't be delivered from December 24 - Jan 3 (gone on vacation).