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Everything posted by 48buickkid

  1. I do CL quite a bit and the biggest thing is some of these guys get and its happened to myself more than once. Get hammered with people wanting more info. It gets hard to weed out the real and fake guys. Sometimes to the point of well I'm just going keep it if its this much of a hassle to sell it. As for the Roadmaster in this add the guy is obviously fishing for the highest offer he can get. For the most part though I have been more than happy dealing with CL. It's what I'm using to look for 1942-48 Buicks right now along with this forum. I've located a 46 I'm trying to save up for.
  2. If you need a set of eyes to go check it out let me know its not horribly far from me. I can take a camera along also and get pics of anything you want.
  3. I'm more than willing to bet its been scrapped out. That car has actually popped up a couple random times over the past year on CL same price same deal every time. Give it about 1-2 months and it will be back up for week then down again.
  4. Title status on the 48 2 door and the numbers off the trim plate and vin if you can.
  5. This looks like it could be a nice car for somebody! http://limaohio.craigslist.org/cto/4388768615.html
  6. http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=841182 Thought some of you would find this enjoyable.
  7. Not mine but figured someone here might be interested http://dayton.craigslist.org/clt/4256563278.html
  8. Now that is a car I would love to own. Hmmm.... Love the color and I've always loved the 58 and its a 4 door hardtop....man.
  9. That's one hell of a deal. I really wish I could swing for shipping from Texas to Ohio. I can meet the asking price just not after shipping. Is there any way that if someone really wanted this we could go through a network of us Buick guys and have 1 guy tow it so far to another guy and so forth till it reaches it's new owner? Might be more expensive might not. But it's an idea. A car this clean and nice at that price should go to a good home.
  10. Photos and a better description are a must. Price too
  11. I'd pay $600 for it in a flash. I doubt it but is there a title or any documentation? If you bought It I would give you your money back!
  12. I would think that with shipping costs involved and whatnot that would bring this car at least into the $1800 range? I think you made the right choice. Rotted brake lines are a sure sign of rust elsewhere here also. I've seen a few garage kept 80,000 mile cars that where everything was good to go for 2200-2800 depending on paint and interior condition. I'm a huge craigslist hound and look all over the state for things. So if you're really interested I can do some searches in my area and help you out?
  13. This really could be a nice car for someone. Go to a lowrider glass guy and having the glass cut won't be quite so expensive. Calling up the local glass company will be though. I am curious as to his method of lowering this car though. That ride height with a non air bag suspension would be killer on trying to go up a steep driveway or speedbumps and pot holes.
  14. I would help but that is a 2 1/2 hour drive one way for me. All I have to say is that around this area( ohio, eastern indiana, southern michigan) that anything that truly runs and drives with this few issues and even rust problems someone who knows nothing about reattas will snap it up just because it's a cheap car. Used cars here are gold right now. $1000 for anything that runs and drives is a great deal here as long as there isn't enough rust to fall in half. I bet you can find a much nicer one closer to home. I guarantee it. heck 1999 Grand prixs with blown motors or transmissions and high
  15. Never mount between the body and frame or any other possible pinch points. Try to stay away from anything that gets hot especially exhaust. Someone will chime in with factory or otherwise satisfactory routing.
  16. This is an awesome thread keep them coming! Is it just me or do the South Americans take their hearses to whole new levels? Completely hand carved body sections are pure art. Did any of these ever make it to the states?
  17. I just read the add in question and I have to say which one of you guys that's mad about this would step up to whatever the asking price of this car is? It is a 4 door which is usually shunned. I think some four door body styles look better than the two door counterpart. Getting all riled up over a four door is about unheard of in any car circle I know of. Anyone have pics of the car in question?
  18. I know a guy locally with 2 packard woodie station wagon doors. If anyone has any interest I can get pics and price.
  19. Helfen sit down and take a chill pill man. Don't knock the the real customizers either, barris,winfield,jeffries,bailon, took some pretty boring stock cars and made them special. Did you know that at AACA shows there are modified divisions? You purists are sometimes what kills the hobby! Your restored or nothing at all attitude is what puts people off. Take a young kid for example with not enough money to restore a car to pure stock but would like to drive and enjoy it before he/she is 40. Things like paying $100 for single tiny pieces of trim or a door handle are exactly why stuff gets rodde
  20. We need to start a fund that every time a post like this comes up, the poster has to donate a dollar to the beaten dead horses fund. This has been played out so many times. Quit complaining and start doing!!!! I'm actually starting to get really mad at these posts. I don't know if you realized it or not but I've seen tons of full on resto and originality guys part out and scrap perfectly good restoration projects that in their terms cost to much to restore. But when someone buys the whole car and plans on doing something like this it becomes sacrilege? STUPID that's a double standard. I watch
  21. You got to step up and buy them or this happens. Plain and simple. I like both restored and rodded cars. Since he has already made his intentions known maybe some should offer to buy up all the hard to find restoration pieces he is going to be getting rid of and then just go find another good restoration candidate to use the other parts on. Life is too short to worry about something like this.
  22. Man I wish I had the dough for the whole thing!
  23. Got to Say I love this thread so far. Lots of carved panel hearses! There was a 53 flower car similar to this one in an ohio auto/rv freebie a while back for $1300 I got beat to it. It was blue with flames and lowered a little bit but otherwise just neglected and original. I really wish I could have nabbed that one!
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