Steve-V

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  1. Yes it is, Thanks for the advice, the original wheels are included. Wow, Good eye! The Line Locks are original to the car but were deleted and stored. All the line lock accessories are included.
  2. The is a friend of mine's 1970 Camara that he has had for years. Was purchased from the original owner, who was stationed in Vietnam. 24,800 Original Miles. There are a few touches including hood, wheels, valve covers. He has these original items. 1 Repaint in 2002. The bottom of the deck lid was Not repainted and is original. He is thinking his options on where to post it, there are a few good sites now. Figured the AACA forum should get the first shot at it. It has never been for sale since he has had it. The build sheet was found many years later, luckily, located above the gas tank. Located in Central, NJ $64,000
  3. Parts are off to Santa Barbara. Thanks Nut. Any inquiries contact 1941Buicknut
  4. Hi Elvis, Unfortunatley no interior pieces. Honestly, Looking aat your project, you will need a lot of the parts I have for the '41. Come and get it before the next guy looking for a deal!
  5. Hey Nut! At this point, I don't have a list. It is easier for me to just pick and pull and list on the auction site. The time to compile a list won't be feasable at this point. I had a good friend/customer over at the garage today. He purchased a firewall 'rubber gasket' and a perfect Lower license plate trim piece. I offered him to purchase it all. He said it would be a great deal but doesnt have the room or time for all of the parts. If you are semi local, come and get it all! If you like, you can private message me and I can give you my phone #. ? And give you a good idea what I have.
  6. I have a bunch of 1941 Buick parts that I would like to sell. Mostly NOS in original boxes. A lot of trim and exterior pieces, pedals, handles, carbs, etc. no body parts. If you or know someone you know has a ‘41 and need something, let me know. I may have the part you need. i uploaded just a few images, not everything. Steve V
  7. I put a few items in an auction coming up and noticed this Oakland they are auctioning off. I don't know the details, it is Not My Car. Thought I would share it. Usually is a really good live auction. https://www.facebook.com/events/632385913875877/ Friday March 8th 2019 Chesterfield, New Jersey 08515
  8. I picked these up years ago. Recently had them blasted and primed. Really good shape. Anyone know what application they are for? I am guessing 1930's pickup?
  9. Tracer Products Universal A/C Dye Injector w/Hoses & Quick Couplers $180. All items are in new, original packaging. I am selling old inventory from the shelves of the family radiator shop. Before I put these on the auction site, I figured I would post it here.
  10. Sold. Can’t believe it took this long. Awesome car!
  11. Well said. $100,000 + time is modest.
  12. Ask and you shall recieve! I updated the first post with some more pictures of interior, etc. This past weekend I drove it about 60 miles. 70mph driving is dreamy. No play in the front end, brakes are perfect, and runs great. It really is a pleasure to drive... and one doesn't realize that they are in a 'uge car when behind the wheel. Tires are brand new last month. I'd say the only unfortunate factor is gas mileage with this 500 engine powering a land yaht. BUT who cares about gas mileage when you're cruising in style and comfort. Also, the car was featured on BarnFinds.com today!! https://barnfinds.com/long-and-low-miles-1976-cadillac-fleetwood-75/ I am certainly surprised no one has purchased this yet. I've had a few offers that are close but I will hold out for what I'd like. Thanks for the great feedback... Matt Harwood and John Penna, always a pleasure to hear your feeback. An asset to the AACA forum.