countrysquire

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About countrysquire

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  1. Vapor blasting service for aluminum and other parts. Make the parts look and feel new again. Price depends on size and complexity of part, quantity discount.www.houstonvaporblasting.com Thanks,Bobby
  2. Will consider a good '32 Ford body (including Brookville) on trade or possibly a running and driving car. Thanks, Bobby
  3. Sorry about that, forgot to include the price. $30K obo. I'm located south of Houston. Thanks.
  4. Considering selling my '41 woody wagon. Bought this as one of my bucket list cars a couple years ago with plans to finish the restoration, but reality tells me that it will probably be five years before I can get started on it, plus I need the space. The chassis and drivetrain is done, most of the wood is good, new roof, front doors, and many other wood parts. Many other new parts. Previous owner had it since '67 and it appears to be totally complete. Northern California car and the sheet metal is really good. Let me know if you are interested and we can go from there. $30,000
  5. I can give a VERY strong recommendation for Bill Squires. He has brought a couple cars from the northeast U.S. to my house in Texas, both in-ops, including a '40 Ford last week. He's a one man operation, so you work with Bill directly. He advertises on the H.A.M.B. and there's a lot of reviews there that you can read. No affiliation, just a very happy customer. Bill Squires (owner) Bill's Auto Works (419)929-8048 shop NO TEXTS (216)832-8697 cell NO TEXTS billsautoworks1@aol.com Bobby League City, TX
  6. Update - bought a car, thanks. Looking for a nice pre-41 car, preferably a sedan, with mostly original paint & interior. I'm currently restoring a '55 T-Bird, and have a '41 Super Deluxe wagon and '32 chassis that are in line behind the Thunderbird, so no project cars! I would like to find a car that's too nice to restore, but not so good that I'm afraid to drive it on a cloudy day. Thanks, Bobby