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  1. Thanks for the information. Corrected as noted.
  2. Nice original stainless steel radiator shell for 1930 Model A complete with Ford emblem and crank hole cover. A few minor dents and split metal in the lower corners and bottom, otherwise in great condition. $225.00 plus shipping.
  3. Rare 1933 Pontiac Indian Head in Circle mascot in excellent, unrestored condition. Designed by William Schnell under Design Patent 89453 and manufactured by Ternstedt. The mascot retains its factory chrome plating with only minor signs of wear commensurate with age. $1,475.00 or best offer.
  4. 1938 Packard Super Eight 4-door Sedan, Model 1603. Silver gray, older restoration in exceptionally nice condition. Rare accessories include Packard radio and heater. I have owned this car since 1971. This Packard is a 1st place CCCA winner! A close look at the photos will reveal a very straight car, and all sheet metal is in perfectly straight condition. Don't miss this opportunity to get a great looking Packard! This is a strong running Packard and ready for the tour. Asking $ 46,500 or best offer. Call R. J. at 314-991-3590.
  5. Definitely a Model 1603. The car does have the correct and original engine and block. There are additional photos on craigslist at the link below: https://stlouis.craigslist.org/cto/d/1938-packard-st-louis-50-year/6608728321.html. If any particular photos are needed, just let me know.
  6. 1938 Packard Super Eight 4 door sedan. Silver gray, older restoration very nice condition. CCCA winner. Packard radio, heater, have owned this car since 1971. Asking $ 46,500. This is a strong running Packard and ready for the tour.Must sell! Additional photos Craigslist https://stlouis.craigslist.org/cto/d/1938-packard-st-louis-50-year/6608728321.html This Packard is a 1st place CCCA winner! Beautiful car.! My Packard is looking for a good home ! A close look at the photos will reveal a very straight car ! All sheet metal is in perfectly straight condition ! Don't miss this opportunity to get a "smooth looking Packard" ! Call R. J. 314-991-3590
  7. Do you have a front bumper, guards and mounting irons for a '34 Nash Ambassador Eight? I can send photos of the rear bumper if you are wondering what the front should look like.
  8. This is a superbly detailed motorcar mascot for Automobiles Minerva, and an exceptional study of Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom and the arts. This is an impressively large mascot standing 5-3/4" (146mm) high, hollow cast and chrome plated, and exhibiting perfect definition and symmetry. There were a number of variations of the Minerva mascot, this particular example being found on Model 12 CV automobiles. Marked just above the base is the signature of P. de Soete (1886-1948), widely regarded as Belgium's leading early 20th century sculptor. The mascot spent many years in a significant European collection, and is in remarkable condition without even the slightest blemish, damage or repair. A threaded fixing bolt is included. This mascot is referenced in the most definitive books on the subject of vintage car mascots, Motoring Mascots of the World and Mascottes Automobiles, and represents an extremely rare find. Additional photos available upon request. $750.00. Contact me via email at jj.lowell@hotmail.com.
  9. What is the asking price, and contact info?
  10. I may be interested in this. What does the backside look like?
  11. This is a very rare, original and superbly detailed motorcar mascot for Automobiles Minerva, and an exceptional study of Minerva, the Roman goddess of wisdom and the arts. This is an impressively large mascot standing 5-3/4" (146mm) high, hollow cast and chrome plated, and exhibiting perfect definition and symmetry. There were a number of variations of the Minerva mascot, this particular example being found on Model 12 CV automobiles. Marked just above the base is the signature of P. de Soete (1886-1948), widely regarded as Belgium's leading early 20th century sculptor. The mascot spent many years in a significant European collection, and is in remarkable condition without even the slightest blemish, damage or repair. A threaded fixing bolt is included. This mascot is referenced in the most definitive books on the subject of vintage car mascots, Motoring Mascots of the World and Mascottes Automobiles, and represents an extremely rare find. A truly incredible automotive artifact and an unrepeatable opportunity for the advanced collector. Offered at $650.00. Call John at 314-724-1493, or email: jj.lowell@hotmail.com
  12. Is the Zenith 105DC carburetor still available?