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  • Birthday 12/19/1967

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  1. Looking for an OLDS grille emblem for my 40, worn condition is fine, anything out there? Would need shipped to NY zip 12538.
  2. any 47-48s? Need some side trim for my 48 roadmaster sedanette, looking for right side stainless spear that mounts to the rear skirt and also the curved piece of trim that goes in front of it.
  3. Greetings! Looking for a couple trim pieces for my 1948 buick 2 door sedanette, looking for passenger side trim curved piece that goes in front of the rear skirt and the long piece that goes on the skirt, would need shipped to NY. Anyone have anything? Picture for reference.
  4. Pfindlay no hydromatic, was a 6 with 3 speed standard, but they are gone. I was told the engine was pulled for rebuild decades ago and was never put back together. Guy I bought the car from had it 35 years but he didn’t get the engine or trans with the car. Pont35cpe no back seat, still has the original spare tire and storage case behind the seat, but I will check the front seat. Usually mice have eaten any paperwork but maybe I will get lucky.
  5. I got lucky on the seat, but really the whole car is still in amazing shape other than the paint. If it had been stored inside instead of outside for decades I think it would still look close to original. I agree on Bedford cord, last item to figure is body number, that I would think is impossible, but if I can find the body starting and ending numbers maybe I can get in a range of numbers. I think body numbers were not assigned by model but were sequential by build. This is not a concours show car so I doubt anyone will care what number is on the tag.
  6. The seat has a seat cover on it, probably JC Whitney or something like that, I removed it from the passenger side upper cushion to expose the original material.
  7. Turns out my car is a model 70! Found the serial number and it is in the model 70 number range, and sure enough I measured and the car has a 120" wheelbase. So looks like the body style would be 40-3627B Also according to the SN it is a LANSING built car, the serial number starts with "G". What trim code do you think this would be? I removed the seat cover from the passenger side upper cushion.
  8. Thank you for the help! The only picture I have right now are on my trailer, I just got it yesterday and have to wait for a day off to start playing with it. I will be cleaning off the serial number tag later in the week, and then I can see what my frame number has as far as letters. It has old seat covers on it so I will have to pull those off to see what style of cloth the material is in order to figure out what the trim number would be. I do have the front bumper for it, for some reason it was removed, maybe when the engine was removed.
  9. Greetings! Just picked up a 1940 Oldsmobile 70 series business mans coupe, and at some point someone took the data tag off the firewall. Luckily they did not know about the serial number tag on the frame, it is still there hidden by dirt and grease. I am trying to either buy a used data tag or have a new tag made, but I cannot find any reference of what numbers should be on the tag. It is a 1940 business coupe, black with tan interior. What would the style, trim, and paint numbers be? Is there any way to figure out what body number the car was, or is that impossible? Thanks! EDITED>>>> turns out my car is a model 70, not a 60 series as originally thought.
  10. Front shocks sold, rears available, $150 plus shipping from NY
  11. Selling a pair of rear rebuilt shocks that came with my 1939 Buick Special coupe that was getting a stock restoration. Rears still in the bags and never mounted, zero miles. $150 for the pair plus shipping, or pick up in NY zip 12601. FRONT SHOCKS IN PICTURE ARE SOLD
  12. Thanks, I dont have the stone guards, just the pair of stream boards. I bought my car as a basket case with extra parts and the stream boards came with it. I am not going to use them, so I will throw them up for sale once I get some pictures.
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