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  1. For Sale: 1965 Chevy Corvair Coupe - $6,500 - Normalville, PA 1965 Chevy Corvair - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive... (craigslist.org) Blue 1965 Chevy Corvair 6 cylinder for sale!!! Runs very well, clean and body solid. Will need inspection which ran out 7/20. 4 Nos tires come with as well as owners manual. Asking $6500 obo. Odometer: 34647 Contact: (724) 6-one-0-7-four-five-8 Copy and paste in your email: 48ba240fc6b1376999010ad484a09f83@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1965 Chevy Corvai
  2. Did Hudson attach plates or gusset to the frame for convertibles? Or was the frame of heavier gauge steel?
  3. Wooden header bows were still a common material prewar, Packard had one with finger joints that is particularly difficult to recreate.
  4. Yes, Rather pricy for what it is and a non-running car, but "Selling for my dad to make more room in shop." After a few months of no interest and no sale, the price will become more realistic since shop space is what's needed. Chances are this price is what dad told him to ask.
  5. No, Richards and Holden were two different bodybuilding companies, to my understanding. Richards built bodies for a variety of Mopar, Studebaker and Packard chassis imported to Australia. Holden became a unit of GM, iirc, first bodymaker for imported chassis, eventually complete carmaker.
  6. Contact the seller directly by the phone number or with the email address listed for pictures and more information.
  7. Did the convertible set in a wet environment for decades? I looks as bad as those postwar convertibles left in junkyards here in the Northeast for two-three decades. Once the convertible top collapsed, it was all over, upholstery rotted, floors dissolved.
  8. "St. Regis Brougham" is the wide-door club club body style, 'Regal' refers to the wire wheel-equipped models versus the standard wood spoke wheels. The wire wheel equipped Presidents were 'State' models.
  9. For Sale: 1929 Buick sedan - $16,000 -Winfield, KS 1929 Buick - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive sale (craigslist.org) 1929 Buick restored 15-20 years ago. Has sat for the last 5 years but ran and drove when parked. With a battery and fresh gas and clean carb it would run and drive. Interior in excellent shape. Exterior needs cleaned. Stored in climate controlled shop under sheets. Selling for my dad to make more room in shop $16,000 obo Contact: Scott call or text: (620) 2-one-8-two-5-0-one Copy and paste in your email: dea1fb1c4c9d388184265bc760cbddfc
  10. Still available, same price: 1926 Buick master six - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)
  11. For Sale: 1946 Ford Super Deluxe Club Coupe - $22,900 - Washington, DC 1946 Ford Super Deluxe Club Coupe - cars & trucks - by owner -... (craigslist.org) Unrestored with original interior, no rust, in excellent condition. Equipped with every factory option offered in 1946, 239/100hp flathead V8 engine, 6 volt system, 3 speed on the column, 2-speed Columbia rear axle. Windshield washers, deluxe heater and defroster, adjust-o-matic radio with foot muting and tuning control. Dashboard clock, spotlight and under hood light, back up lamps and fog lamps. Locking gas cap door. Wheel rin
  12. Congratulations! You have one of the most capable mid-1920's cars, the first time you drive it you will be amazed. Just the spec's tells us this was exceptional for a middle-priced car: 3 7/8" X 5" 354 ci. Big Six, 75 hp in a 3,500 lbs roadster. In that era, torque @ rpm was a more valid method to judge performance capability. Others can give you driver seat perspectives, though it should be quite satisfying. A member in The Antique Studebaker Club is recommend.
  13. You might check the import laws that Argentina had with other countries where imported chassis were bodied to avoid tariffs on complete cars. Australia comes to mind where T.J. Richards built bodies for a variety of imported chassis including American. If those two countries freely traded then, importing Richards bodies for Graham-Paige chassis might have been how this car came about.
  14. Thanks, I'll have to store the four vertical radiator fins along with the slant windshield as Velie identifiers in memory. Why this small volume carmaker pioneered a slant windshield sedan before so many others is another mystery of automotive history.
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