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daredevilcustoms

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  1. I beleive these are correct for the 1918 Buick Roadster and perhaps othe years. Drivers side only. $50 plus postage.
  2. Looking for a 26/27 hood original or reproduction. Ok to be dented with small tears. Prefer minimal rust with as much original black paint as possible. Hood won't be restored but used as is on a "barn find" car. Let me know what you have, thanks
  3. Bought this to build a speedster body for a Model T Ford. I believe its for a 1916-1918 Buick? If so anyone have a lead on doors and cowl. Thanks
  4. How about the back half of a 1918 Buick? Anyone have doors and a cowl??
  5. All I have is the rear half. I'm assuming its' an aftermarket speedster body,. Your guess?
  6. I'm guessing it's an early teens steering box. I was going to use it on a Model T speedster, but would like to know what model and year car/truck it might originally have been found on. Thanks
  7. what condition are the wheels? What price are you looking to get. Thanks
  8. Thought I'd throw this back out. Anyone? Can consider a longer distance for pickup. Thanks
  9. Looking for a 1925-28 Chevy frame. Can use side rails only, crossmembers not important. Need front springs as well. Unpitted and 250 miles from Cleveland Ohio would be a plus. What do you have? Thanks
  10. Looking for a 1925-28 Chevy frame. Actually only need the side rails the crossmembers are not important. Also need front springs. Unpitted and within 250 mile of Cleveland Ohio would be a plus. Thanks
  11. Looking for both rear quarters for the 1923-25 Model T Ford Roadster. What do you have? Thanks
  12. Looking for rear quarter panels for a 1923-25 Model T Ford Roadster, or what other body parts you may have. Thanks
  13. I have about 5 old axles I need help identifying. Any guess is better than none. Thanks
  14. Should have mentioned it before. It is a 17" and a 5x5 pattern, thanks
  15. Can anyone identify this instrument cluster. Thanks
  16. WTB 1916-1918 Maxwell Radiator shell. Thanks
  17. Yes these are the same wheels. When I realized that they fit the Model T, I decided to keep them. I've been told that they fit 18" wheels 5/5".1932 Plymouth, 1932 Pontiac Six.1932 Rockne.1932 Studebaker 6.1932 Dodge DL 6.1932 Chrysler CI 6. Any interest in selling the matching pair wrong for your car? Thanks
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