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  1. Thank you for those kind words. This IS a fine automobile.
  2. 1931 Lincoln type 211 Dietrich convertible sedan. A Lincoln salon offering for 1931 and one of Lincoln’s most expensive cars; sold new for $7,600. 55 built, five remain. Three-position top. Division window. Beautiful interior wood trim. Complete, missing nothing. Acquired by me in 2013 from a New England car collection where it had been for 50+ years. In 1960s they repainted it and installed a new top. I went through the car mechanically, including a professionally rebuilt engine, carburetor, fuel pump, starter, generator, et cetera. Driven on the 2016 Classic Car Club of Ameri
  3. Standard Catalog of American Cars: 1805-1942 by Bev Kimes and Austin Clark. Third Edition. Softbound. 1,612 pages. Very good condition overall. No writing or markings in the book (except former owner's name, now whited out. Some wear to covers. The single best reference book for vintage American automobiles. $60. Shipped via USPS Media Mail.
  4. Members 10 46 posts Posted just now Olympian Cars by Richard Burns Carson, 1st edition, 271 pages. Excellent condition with dust jacket. The best book ever written about the classic automobiles of the 1920s and 1930s. $25, plus USPS Media shipping.
  5. Members 10 46 posts Posted just now Olympian Cars by Richard Burns Carson, 1st edition, 271 pages. Excellent condition with dust jacket. The best book ever written about the classic automobiles of the 1920s and 1930s. $20, plus USPS Media shipping.
  6. 1931 Lincoln type 211 Dietrich convertible sedan. A Lincoln salon offering for 1931 and one of Lincoln’s most expensive cars; sold new for $7,600. 55 built, five remain. Three-position top. Division window. Beautiful interior wood trim. Complete, missing nothing. Acquired by me in 2013 from a New England car collection where it had been for 50+ years. In 1960s they repainted it and installed a new top. I went through the car mechanically, including a professionally rebuilt engine, carburetor, fuel pump, starter, generator, et cetera. Driven on the 2016 Classic Car Club of Ameri
  7. Olympian Cars by Richard Burns Carson, 1st edition, 271 pages. Excellent condition with dust jacket. The best book ever written about the classic automobiles of the 1920s and 1930s. $20, plus USPS Media shipping.
  8. Lester-Steele Handbook: Automobile Specifications 1915-1942, 746 pages, hardcover, 1st edition. Published 1984. Excellent condition. The book contains specific technical data for cars built from 1915 to 1942. The information was sourced from automobile periodicals of the era. A must reference for historians and mechanics. $95 or best offer. Shipped via USPS Media Mail.
  9. Lester-Steele Handbook: Automobile Specifications 1915-1942, 746 pages, hardcover, 1st edition. Published 1984. Excellent condition. The book contains specific technical data for cars built from 1915 to 1942. The information was sourced from automobile periodicals of the era. A must reference for historians and mechanics. $95 or best offer. Shipped via USPS Media Mail.
  10. 1931 Lincoln type 211 Dietrich convertible sedan. A Lincoln salon offering for 1931 and one of Lincoln’s most expensive cars; sold new for $7,600. 55 built, five remain. Three-position top. Division window. Beautiful interior wood trim. Complete, missing nothing. Acquired by me in 2013 from a New England car collection where it had been for 50+ years. In 1960s they repainted it and installed a new top. I went through the car mechanically, including a professionally rebuilt engine, carburetor, fuel pump, starter, generator, et cetera. Driven on the 2016 Classic Car Club of Ameri
  11. Circlite brand windshield-mounted spotlight. Popular in the late 'teens and twenties. Features "pistol grip." Rewired and working. New conduit wire. Original nickel plating polished up nicely. Glass lens intact; no chips or cracks. Lens diameter: 4 1/2 inches. Black paint shiny and complete. Excellent original condition overall. Not "concours condition" but definitely fine enough for those of us who tour and occasionally show our cars. Believed to be complete. Examine photos carefully. Contact me with questions or for more photos, if needed.
  12. Bendix fuel pump, 6 volt, positive ground, NOS in original box. #476089
  13. I believe you are right. I found this in a box of parts and wanted to find a home for it. Is it worth anything?
  14. Stewart-Warner R-10 vacuum tank top. "R-10" marked on top of cap. Excellent used condition. Inside of cap has markings "13" and "3684." Contains all but one of the necessary screws. See photos.
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