Matt Goist

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  1. It doesn't take up much space!! Would make a wonderful daily driver.
  2. SOLD Up for sale is a 1967 Volkswagen Beetle. This car was purchased from the original owner in 2013. The car currently has its solid running original "HO" 1500 engine and is a great driver. The car runs, shifts, and stops great and everything works - odometer, gas gauge, interior lights, horn, headlights, taillights, reverse lights, etc. The car has solid pans, but unfortunately has the typical heater channel rust. I had intended to replace the channels and I'm including Dansk heater channels with the sale of the car. The paint is not perfect but shows very well for a driver quality vehicle and is in decent shape. Rebuilt front suspension with rebuilt German adjustable beam. New shocks, tie rod ends, ball joints, and sway bar bushings. Original wheels refinished with trim rings and like-new BF Goodrich 3/4 white wall tires. New brake lines and hoses. Front brakes converted to disc brakes and the rear drum brakes have been rebuilt. New seat upholstery, carpet, headliner, and front seat belts. New clutch. Engine detailed with original carburetor and fuel pump rebuilt. Original owners manual and dealer plate frame included. 1967 only Sapphire V radio Original spare tire is included. Accessory floor mats, parcel tray, and roof rack included. Clean Antique PA Title and registered in PA ***This is not a perfectly restored car, but is a honest driver quality car that runs extremely well and displays nicely. I urge you to look through all of the pictures in the dropbox link, reach out with any questions, and schedule an in person inspection if seriously interested. *** Asking $7,000 or reasonable offer. Can help arrange shipping if needed. call or text: 330-605-8511 email: matt.goist@gmail.com See link below for more photos: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/04w5tn88i60fw2w/AAAwtd9n7PmqKLfw6Oqhu8LHa?dl=0
  3. 1955 GMC 100 Series NAPCO 4x4 Northwest Auto Parts Company (NAPCO) 4x4 In 1955 this would have originally started life as a 2wd truck which was then fitted with the 4x4 conversion. This truck has a 288 V-8 engine, four speed manual transmission, finished in Panama cream exterior with a cream and brown interior. the underside of this truck is just as beautiful as the top, and it runs very well. The wheel size is 19.5 inch which is significantly larger than the original GM wheels and are part of the NAPCO Kit. Priced at $69,000. Open to offers. Please call 330-605-8511 with any interest and questions. I will post more pictures as soon as I can.
  4. I have an extremely similar distributor Bosch T6244 that I would sell, Might help you out with parts. What do these distributors fit? Thanks
  5. Hello, Trying to figure out what vehicle this distributor would have originated from, or any other related information about it. It is made by the american Bosch Magneto Corp. Springfield Mass. Numbers rear T6244 and below that a 3 and a 5. Thanks.
  6. Hi Steve, No rush on my end, I appreciate the efforts. Here is a blue print of the exact top irons I need:
  7. Here are two prints from the franklin club. These are from a 10B but would be extremely similar to my 10A. There’s just a peg on top of the windshield with a handle/screw type clamp that squeezes it in place.
  8. I believe it originally had 4 bows that made up the top
  9. In search of the top mechanism for a 1922 Franklin Touring Car, or the equivalent, wooden bows need not be good, I can replace them. Will consider any early 20s touring top mechanism if it looks to be a good fit. matt.goist@gmail.com
  10. Hi Jim! Thank you for the offer! I will contact you if I end up needing any help down there, just an old car car I bought that I’m trying to figure out how to move. It’s currently sitting at a friends house in the driveway.
  11. Looking to arrange transport for a NON RUNNING 1941 Desoto Sedan. This car is located in the Stuart Florida area, and delivery would be Scranton PA. The car is complete and rolls fine, but does not run. Open carry is absolutely fine with me. Would love to find someone heading north for Christmas that wants to make some extra cash. Help loading and unloading on both ends.