Matthew Hinson

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About Matthew Hinson

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    Interested mostly in pre-1930 cars. I have a 1925 Franklin 11A coupe

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  1. Hi, Asking $25,000. The car is located in Tunkhannock PA near Scranton and can be viewed there. let me know if you would like to set up an appointment Matt
  2. Up for sale I have a 1920 Cadillac 7 passenger touring model 59. It is a conserved original car which has been kept up over the years.Last year I had the original radiator re-cored at a cost of $3600. The pattern is "Moreoux" and it is finished in lead coated copper. It is absolutely beautiful, done by "The Brassworks" in California. I had the gas tank boiled out and refinished in black.The starter/generator was re-built.The head-gaskets were replaced revealing clean un-scored cylinders with no wear.The car runs and drives excellent.The original leather seats were covered with Naugehyde covers in the 1960's. The original leather is underneath.The top is old and worn.I have the original side-curtains in good condition.The dual exhaust sounds beautiful and the car has plenty of "pep"The paint is very presentable for a driver. The rail around the top of the doors still has it's original paint.The car is not missing any parts and has a matching set of Non-Skid tires.There is no corrosion present nor is there any wood-rot.The car still has it's original alemite grease fittings and leather boots on the suspension.I have the following spares:1 transmission, and extra transmission parts.3 perfect headsenough new clutch discs to re-build about 2+ clutchesnew pistons, timing chains, and valves3 starter generatorsHeadlamp and cowl lamp lensesDriveshaftBrake bandsAir compressorAddl hardware and small parts.
  3. Up for sale I have a 1920 Cadillac 7 passenger touring model 59. It is a conserved original car which has been kept up over the years.Last year I had the original radiator re-cored at a cost of $3600. The pattern is "Moreoux" and it is finished in lead coated copper. It is absolutely beautiful, done by "The Brassworks" in California. I had the gas tank boiled out and refinished in black.The starter/generator was re-built.The head-gaskets were replaced revealing clean un-scored cylinders with no wear.The car runs and drives excellent.The original leather seats were covered with Naugehyde covers in the 1960's. The original leather is underneath.The top is old and worn.I have the original side-curtains in good condition.The dual exhaust sounds beautiful and the car has plenty of "pep"The paint is very presentable for a driver. The rail around the top of the doors still has it's original paint.The car is not missing any parts and has a matching set of Non-Skid tires.There is no corrosion present nor is there any wood-rot.The car still has it's original alemite grease fittings and leather boots on the suspension.I have the following spares:1 transmission, and extra transmission parts.3 perfect headsenough new clutch discs to re-build about 2+ clutchesnew pistons, timing chains, and valves3 starter generatorsHeadlamp and cowl lamp lensesDriveshaftBrake bandsAir compressorAddl hardware and small parts.
  4. Hi I’m wondering if anybody has leads for parts for a 1918 Excelsior motorcycle.
  5. I have a 1920 Cadillac and a 1924 Lincoln both large 7 passenger touring cars. I am going to sell one of them. Feel free to contact me if you might be interested, Matthew Hinson 3477015020
  6. Thank you Ivan, I'm going to pick-up again with this project when the weather breaks. I'll measure my driveshaft and see if it is the same. Best, Matt
  7. Ok thanks everybody! Btw, I picked up a load of 1922 Cadillac parts including 3 starter generators. It looks like most things interchange. None of the starter generators have this piece. They do have a grease tube for lubrication that mine does not have. That must have been an upgrade for the 61
  8. Thanks, that sounds like a good solution. I'll give John a call.
  9. It's hard phenolic. It doesn't look like it was ever a flexible material like a rag joint, though that type of material would probably work. If I find a replacement that is made out of fiber that would be fine, as long as it fits.
  10. Hi All, I need to replace this bakelite piece that is attached to the shaft in front of the starter/generator. I've got it J.B.Welded and on the shelf until next weekend, but I'd rather have an intact one. I checked my parts bin and no luck. The car is a 1920 model 59 touring 7 pass. Thank you, Matthew
  11. Hi Mike, This car is the one that Scott and I purchased together. It's in PA. It will be a great car for someone! Matthew
  12. Beautiful 1929 Chrysler, older frame-off restoration. Re-built engine and hydraulic brake systems. Recently returned to the road after long indoor storage. The car has a nice blood red body over very dark red/maroon fenders and trim. The chassis is painted nicely and the car is extremely clean. The interior is good with minimal wear. Very tasteful color scheme. There is deterioration of the older lacquer paint as is typical for many of these older restorations. This car was done right, stripped to bare steel, body off the chassis. However the lacquer has age cracking in certain areas, and the car could use some careful touch-up work to bring it back to showing it's best. Clear Title in hand. Ready to enjoy. Asking $11,500 Thank you, Matthew Hinson 347-701-5020
  13. Thanks everyone, I will follow up on some of these leads Matt