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  1. Friends, Just posted the listed parts on the Parts For Sale forum if anyone is interested: http://forums.aaca.org/topic/318419-1937-chevy-instrument-cluster-cowl-vents-headlight-mounts-ashtray/ -Michael
  2. ALL PARTS HAVE BEEN SOLD - THANKS! Friends, Cleaning out some accumulated parts so thought I'd offer them for sale. I have (2) 1937 Chevy cowl vents, both in good condition $20 each / $20 shipping to US. (They are the same size!) I have (1) 1937 Chevy instrument cluster, condition unknown. $30 / $20 shipping to US. I have a pair of headlight bucket mounts, solid but somewhat pitted. The visible section when painted/mounted is pretty clean. $50 for the pair / $15 shipping to US. I have one original ashtray. Rusty and worn but otherwise ok. $15 / $10 shipping to US. If you're interested in multiple pieces make an offer and I'll reduce shipping costs. Easiest is to email me: mjehrlich at gmail dot com Paypal please. ALL PARTS HAVE BEEN SOLD - THANKS!
  3. You can always try Bring A Trailer. It is an auction site with an interesting assortment of vehicles that generally get bids right at actual values. I've seen cars sell for as much as $220,000 on the site. Unique to it is a very knowledgeable readership with folks adding expert commentary on many of the vehicles. I suspect yours is in better condition than this one http://bringatrailer.com/listing/1982-mercedes-240d/ with 311k miles that sold 2 weeks ago for $1,100. Good luck with your sale.
  4. Friends, Looking for both rear fenders for a 1937 Chevy Master Deluxe Coupe. She's wearing fiberglass now, but sure would like to replace with steel. Any help would be appreciated. -Michael
  5. Gary - can you please send pictures and price? mjehrlich at gmail dot com -Michael
  6. Here's a link to thread that talks about scammers. It all seems legit until you ask for pictures. Buyer beware! http://forums.aaca.org/topic/257223-scam-alert-jeff-harrigan-jffharrigan481gmailcom/#entry1373858
  7. Here's the entire first email I received. I think its the "via aaca.org" that makes it seem legit. Up until they need a wire transfer and can't send pictures. I looked for a user name but couldn't find any. I'm not certain they actually use the PM function: $eanpdk - AACA Forums spaddock587@gmail.com via aaca.org Feb 13 to me This is a message from $eanpdk at AACA Forums ( http://forums.aaca.org/index.php ). The AACA Forums owners cannot accept any responsibility for the contents of the email.To email $eanpdk, you can use this online form: http://forums.aaca.org/sendmessage.php?do=mailmember&u=106616 OR, by email: mailto:spaddock587@gmail.com This is the message: Let me know via email if you still need the 1937 Chevy Coupe Master Deluxe Front Bumper. spaddock587@gmail.com
  8. I've received the exact same email via the forum: spaddock587@gmail.com $eanpdk Steer clear of this one as well.
  9. Thanks Dave. That's it exactly. Appreciate the post. -Michael
  10. Still looking folks. Anyone out there have one? As a warning to all, I did get an email from this forum from a member claiming he had one in good condition. Of course he couldn't email pictures of it, and he wanted a money-gram instead of pay pal. We had about 5 emails back and forth. Finally I told him no pictures no sale. Haven't heard a peep from him since. I checked on this forum and he has no posts. I know I don't have many, still I'm on the forum looking all the time. Beware of $eanpdk (spaddock587@gmail.com).
  11. Hi folks, Looking for the front bumper and brackets for a 1937 Chevy Master Deluxe Coupe. I'd be OK with a reproduction, but all out there are for the Master series or are a street rod version. Haven't been able to find what I'm looking for. Even with the power of Google. Thanks for your help. Call 301-651-9446. -Michael