38coupe

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  1. Hi, I'm posting this to help my father make space in his shop. He has an engine, transmission, torque tube, and rear axle for a 1934 Pontiac. He used to have a nice driving two door sedan and these were spare parts from another driving car that got hot rodded. We are not looking for maximum dollars, we would like them to go to a Pontiac enthusiast who could use them, or at least store them in a dry place. These parts are a package deal. They are located in central Texas, about an hour from both San Antonio and Austin. We are not interested in shipping these, local pickup only. They are on a smooth concrete floor and we have an engine hoist to get them into the back of your truck or trailer. Please message me if you are interested or call my father, Dave, at five one two three seven six eight four three nine. Thank you, Fred
  2. kaycee, The engine in the good car has a cracked block. The parts engine will run but needs a valve fixed, and the parts car engine will run but should be rebuilt. What do you think the value should be given the engine situation? Thanks for the response, Fred
  3. Hello, My father is trying to sell his 1930 Pontiac sedan. He purchased the car 40 years ago as his first old car, and has collected parts for it ever since. He never quite had the time or space to restore the car and realizes now that he never will. The car is in very good shape for an un-restored car. There is no sign of any wood deterioration, the doors close perfectly, and the original interior is in very good shape. The car got a very poor black paint job about 50 years ago but there is no deep rust anywhere. I doubt that the car has ever sat outside. Along with the car is a parts car and another engine, transmission, drive shaft, and rear axle. My father is asking 5,000 for everything. Does this seem like a reasonable price? What do you think is the best way to sell the car so that it does not end up a street rod? I am a flathead Ford guy and am not familiar with the early Pontiac area of the old car hobby. Please see the pictures of the car, parts car, and extra drive line. Thanks in advance for any suggestions you have. The car: The parts car: The extra drive train: