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  1. The size is 36" X 18". I will add that information to the listing text. Thank you for your interest.
  2. Double-sided porcelain Socony Motor Oils sign. Clear and vibrant colors with visible wear around mounting holes. Measures 36" X 18". Asking US $950, plus shipping. Offers considered. Contact John at jlowell@lowellmfg.com, or 314-724-1493.
  3. This 1933-34 Lincoln K distributor cap is in excellent condition. Appears to be unused and quite possibly new old stock. May fit later K Lincolns up to 1939. $550.00, plus shipping. Contact John at (314) 724-1493, or via email at jlowell@lowellmfg.com.
  4. Automobile Quarterly, aptly subtitled “The Connoisseur’s Magazine of Motoring Today Yesterday and Tomorrow”, was published between 1962 and 2012. Each issue was a hardbound leatherette periodical with gilt lettering printed on high quality glossy stock, and known for quality photography and exceptional articles by distinguished automotive writers about collectible automobiles, personalities and related subjects. These are original First Editions from the very earliest to the last years of publication, and available individually or as complete annual volumes. All are in Very Good to Fine condition with many in As New condition in their original mailers. Titles available are too numerous to mention. Please inquire for prices, plus shipping, and any particular volume(s) that may be of interest. Contact John at jlowell@lowellmfg.com, or via cell at 314-724-1493.
  5. JC, I just saw your post about purchasing the book, Fleetwood, The Company & The Coachcraft, by Jim Schild. If you have not yet found a copy, I have copies available for purchase on my website, www.spiritccca.com, click on store. Thanks,
  6. Hard to find pair of mid-1920s Packard Headlights. Complete with bezels, reflectors, nice Parabeam glass lenses, bulbs and mounting hardware. Headlight drums and bezels exhibit noticeable metal fatigue and dents and will require restoration and replating. C M Hall marking is slightly visible on topside of drums. US$1,500.00, plus shipping. Contact John at jlowell@lowellmfg.com, or 314-724-1493.
  7. Hard to find pair of mid-1920s Packard Headlights. Complete with bezels, reflectors, nice Parabeam glass lenses, bulbs and mounting hardware. Headlight drums and bezels exhibit noticeable metal fatigue and dents and will require restoration and replating. C M Hall marking is slightly visible on topside of drums. US$1,500.00, plus shipping. Contact John at jlowell@lowellmfg.com, or 314-724-1493.
  8. This Lincoln K distributor cap is in excellent condition. Appears to be unused and quite possibly new old stock. $550.00. Contact John at jlowell@lowellmfg.com, or 314-724-1493.
  9. Thanks to all for the comments on this special car. It has now been sold.
  10. For sale is this rare and significant 1929 Stutz M Custom LeBaron Limousine in original, unrestored condition inside and out, and the only remaining example of the Custom bodied LeBaron Limousine body style, Model M8-63, extant. The car is incredibly straight and solid, with a low-slung body on a massive 145 in. wheelbase. Other quality features of this model include a 4-speed transmission, hydraulic brakes, wire wheels, huge Ryan headlamps, dual sidemounts, RA radiator mascot, decorative landau irons, roll down divider window, and excellent original interior upholstery with two jump-seats. The top material is factory original and in excellent condition. Because of its many original, untouched features, this car should not be restored, but maintained as a preservation car. The Vertical 8 OHC engine was partially disassembled many years ago, and will require a complete rebuild. All of the parts needed for the engine restoration are included with the car. Formerly in C. Cameron Peck’s Collection. Additional photos available upon request. Offered at $62,500.00. Contact John Lowell, jlowell@lowellmfg.com, or 314-724-1493.
  11. 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 $49,000 or best offer. If interested, please call R. J. at 314-991-3590 (St. Louis, MO area).
  12. Excellent original and unrestored brass Columbia Search Light with mounting yoke and handle. Enameled maker's plate says Hine-Watt Mfg. Co. Columbia Chicago, USA. These were mounted on a brass pole (not included) on the cowl or running board of the motor car. Offered at $750.00.
  13. Nice original 1932-37 Packard Cormorant mascot on a round radiator cap. Marked with the number 191889 on the underside of the cap, the mascot retains the factory chrome plating over brass which exhibits minor surface pitting. Impressive in size and measuring 9-1/4" tall with the cap at 4-1/2" wide. Offered at $675.00, plus shipping.
  14. Rare forward leaning 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. Circle has a clean break at bottom of circle. $975.00 or best offer, plus shipping.
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