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  1. Getting ready to move so these parts must go. All left over from frame-up restoration of '60 Buick Invicta Bubbletop. All parts are in very nice condition. One pair of complete tail light assemblies. Separate pair of tail light trim rings in original boxes. American Automobile Association National Award bumper badge. Dozens of radiator caution stickers custom made exactly identical to original. Pair of used T-3 head light bulbs. Pair of aftermarket seat belt retractors. Any reasonable offers considered (please include shipping in your offer). Payment by US Postal Money Order. Thanks
  2. I restored cars as a hobby many years ago. One project was a ground-up restoration of a 1960 Invicta Bubbletop. One of the NOS parts I bought for this car was a GM, dealer installed sun shield for the large rear window (see picture). Unfortunately I didn't realize that the shape of Bubbletops in '59-'60 and '61-'62 were not the same. So the part I bought didn't fit my car but fits the '61-'62 GM Bubbletops. I have never seen another one of these, so I believe it is super-rare -- but maybe not? I would very much like to see it preserved by installation on a car it was made for.
  3. Excellent pair of complete 1960 tail light assemblies left over from ground-up restoration of years ago. This pair is really, really nice. Happy to answer any questions or send specific close-up pics of anything of special interest. I'm thinking they're worth $250 but for the pair, but I am willing to be corrected!!! Thanks
  4. Raymond, Just send your mailing address plus payment to me at Bob Kirk, P.O. Box 123, Slanesville, WV 25444. Quickest way I have for you to pay is for you to either send cash or send a US Post Office Money Order which I can confirm is good on the day I receive it and mail you the label the next day. Best way to contact me with any question is email to jrobertk@citlink.net. Thanks. Bob
  5. Pair of seat belt retractors. Gray plastic halves snap together over spring mechanism. Handle belts up to 2 inches wide. Original instructions included. One retractor has two black marks on plastic that I have not tried to remove (shown in picture). $30 includes shipping within USA.
  6. This AAA National Award bumper badge was bolted to the back bumper of a 1960 Buick Invicta Bubbletop when I bought it years ago. Chrome rim is extremely nice -- only one truly tiny pit. Includes complete bolt-to-bumper mechanism with ball joint adjustment. I've never seen one like this with gold letters on light background (background usually black). $80 includes shipping within USA.
  7. When I was restoring a 1960 Buick Invicta Bubbletop years ago, my perfectionism was on full display. With the engine out and everything under hood being repainted, I noticed that the hot radiator warning label was a little stained. So I had a graphics expert friend make me a new one -- exact same size, font, red color text, etc. Only problem was his company required a minimum order of 100 labels. So I have a few left over! Heavy duty plastic, peel and stick. $8.00 each includes shipping to any mailing address in USA.
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    Keith, The seats look GREAT!!! Does the leather dye itself leave the high gloss finish? Or do your Buff it? Or did you put on some kind of top coat after dying was done? Thanks. Bob
  9. Ladies and Gentlemen: 20 years ago I restored old cars as a hobby -- a '38 Chevy Business Coupe, a '60 Buick Invicta 2 door hardtop and a 1965 International Scout 80. Now that our precious twin daughters are about to graduate from college I am thinking about selling our old reliable '96 Chevy Prism (Corolla -- 39 mpg!) and buying something else that is small but with a lot more comfort for my old bones. Like maybe a Reatta, since I hold Buicks in very high regard. (But used Reattas are so rare in my area (Eastern West Virginia) that I have yet to even drive one.) From the reading I'
  10. Ladies and Gentlemen: 20 years ago I restored old cars as a hobby -- a '38 Chevy Business Coupe, a '60 Buick Invicta 2 door hardtop and a 1965 International Scout 80. Now that our precious twin daughters are about to graduate from college I am thinking about selling our old reliable '96 Chevy Prism (Corolla) and buying something else that is small but with a lot more comfort for my old bones. Like maybe a Reatta, since I hold Buicks in very high regard. (But used Reattas are so rare in my area (Eastern West Virginia) that I have yet to even drive one.) From the reading I've done I'm pretty
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