Bob Stanley

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  1. Available is a good solid headlight for Buick, about 1936.?? Not sure on the year. Brown with surface rust with no serious pitting. No nasty dents or cracks, the rim is good, has the usual small dings and scratches, The rim should polish out real nice. The sealed beam light does work but probably should be rewired. Pretty easy restoration project. The casting number on the inside of the stand is 1267009 $145.00 plus Fedex shipping.
  2. Available is a good solid headlight for Buick, about 1936.?? Not sure on the year. Brown with surface rust with no serious pitting. No nasty dents or cracks, the rim is good, has the usual small dings and scratches, The rim should polish out real nice. The sealed beam light does work but probably should be rewired. Pretty easy restoration project. The casting number on the inside of the stand is 1267009 $145.00 plus Fedex shipping.
  3. My Grandson was rummaging through some of my old car parts boxes and he came across a Cadillac V16 hubcap. Could anyone please identify the year and model it was used on?? Does anyone have an idea what it might be worth as I would have no use for it?? $$ Many thanks, Bob Stanley
  4. Available is a real nice NOS grille for Cadillac/LaSalle. Not sure on the exact year or the model it might fit, buyer will need to determine exact application. Very nice condition, no damage, has most of the original paint, very small amount of surface rust, no pitting. Overall dimensions are 33" high x 25" wide, the opening is 20-1/8" x 20-1/2" $475.00 plus shipping. Thank you, Bob Stanley
  5. That is correct, they are from an Olympic. Did I miss something? I don't see any reference to Airman in the listing. I'll try an edit the listing and include the model Olympic. Thank you, Bob Stanley
  6. Available is a pair 1933 Franklin front fenders. Good restorable, straight, no damage or cracks. The perimeter bead is real good, no cracks. They do have some rust through areas, one in the center of the fender over the brace that runs underneath. The one running board end will need some metal work because of rust. $280.00 These are big fenders, they will need to be picked up here in Central Pa. No Shipping. Thanks for looking and bidding. RT 5708375134
  7. No rust on the body just 60 years of barn dirt. Interior is not too bad at least it's all complete. No street rod'in, all original.
  8. Would anyone know if the '48-'49 straight eight will bolt up to my '32 Buick model 68 without too much trouble? Thank you, Bob Stanley
  9. Looking for a good set of 1932 Buick wire wheels for model 68, 18" x 5 lug on 6" centers. Thanks, Bob Stanley
  10. Hello; do you know if this '48-'49 motor will bolt-up to a '32 model 68? Thanks, Bob Stanley
  11. Looking for a good set of wire wheels for Buick 1932 60 series, 18" with 6" centers x 5 lug. Thanks, Bob Stanley
  12. Hello Kevin: Interested in all the parts that you have. I'm fixing up a '32 victoria and need some better wire wheels and spare parts. Are the wheels 18" 5 lug and 6" centers? Give a call Bob Stanley Middleburg, Pa. 570-837-5134 or 717-497-0101 cell Thanks
  13. Available is a, good to restore, grille for 1929 Buick. No cracks or damage, has some light surface rust where the chrome is coming off. There is no heavy pitting, this grille will re-chrome just fine. $255.00 plus shipping from central Pa. Bob Stanley 717-497-0101
  14. Hello: Any chance he might have the original 18" wire wheels? Thanks for checking Bob Stanley
  15. Hi Chuck: The wheels that I'm looking for would be for an 18" tire with 6" bolt pattern and 5 lugs. Are these wheels rusted and pitted, can you forward a picture? Thanks, Bob Stanley