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  1. FS 1964 BUICK RIVIERA Price $11000 OBO OR TRADE FOR 1956-67 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL. Description UN- RESTORED, TAN. 72.000 miles ORIGINAL FACTORY CONDITION. POWER WITH THE WILDCAT, V-8 401 CU 325 HP ENGINE WITH FACTORY DUAL EXHAUST. THE CAR IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION INSIDE & OUT. Interior with POWER WINDOWS & SEATS. NEW TIRES. I have the original Protector Plate, owner?s manual and service booklet. It has the automatic transmission with a really nice center console and floor shift lever and bucket seats. THIS CAR WAS IN DRY STORAGE FOR A TOTAL OF 24 YEARS WITH THE 2ND OWNER. Location EVERETT, WA 98213 Contact Information WILLIE SPANN, CELL: 206-799-1183 spann1948@comcast.net
  2. FS 1964 BUICK RIVIERA Price $13.500 obo Description <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" /> UN- RESTORED, TAN. 72.000 miles ORIGINAL FACTORY CONDITION. POWER WITH THE WILDCAT, V-8 401 CU./465 TORQUE, 325 HP ENGINE WITH FACTORY DUAL EXHAUST. THE CAR IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION INSIDE & OUT. POWER WINDOWS & SEATS. NEW TIRES. I have the original Protector Plate, owner?s manual and service booklet. It has the automatic transmission with a really nice center console and floor shift lever and bucket seats. THIS CAR WAS IN DRY STORAGE FOR A TOTAL OF 24 YEARS WITH THE 2ND OWNER. Location EVERETT, WA 98213 Contact Information WILLIE SPANN, CELL: 206-799-1183 spann1948@comcast.net
  3. No Gaskets in the areas you asked about. There's a gasket at the headlight bucket. Have a good day. Willie
  4. My friend has a 1955 Chev. engine size 235 Cu.Inch in his 1941 chev. car. He was told that he should have the 7.5 inch round water pump pulley, he was also told that he should have the other size pulley 4 or 5 inch. round. His car does NOT overheat & the engine runs good. Would someone reply and tell me what size pulley he should have?? Thanks for your time. Willie
  5. Your the man George, Good work!!! I'll save this info. for my next V-12 if I re-work it, OR if someone wants an early V-12, I have one that can be re-build. E-mail me if you want more info.
  6. Thanks for the info on Fryer's, I'll call him this week. Also the name of the interior material I need is called "RIP-CORD". (My mistake on the other name) Willie
  7. Hello Ace, I'm looking for the door panel material for my 1948 L/C, Also I wanted to know where I can get the materal (I think it's called Ragweed??) to redo the door panels. Will you let me know where you get the door "Fiberdboard", and do you know who would have the cloth material for the doors for a 1948 L/C. I've look at your car, WOW!!!! Thanks to all who reply. Willie (Seattle Wa.)
  8. Thanks for the info. Willie <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/laugh.gif" alt="" />
  9. I HAVE TWO PACKARD HUBCAPS THAT SCREWS ONTO THE AXLE. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT YEAR CARS DO THEY FIT, WHAT IS THE WORTH OF THEM IN USED CONDITION. THE SIZE OF THE AXLE SCREW ON IS A LITTLE LARGER THAN 2/3-4". ANY HELP?? THANKS WILLIE <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif" alt="" />
  10. I'm selling my spare Lincoln Grille, the two upper sections . Check it out.
  11. Thank you for the info. I got it out without damage. Willie
  12. I have a dome light assy. Overhead with a good glass in it & I want to remove the glass. D oes it pull apart, or unscrew??? Thanks for your input. Willie
  13. Thanks Bill for your quick reply, I order one with the Block Letters.
  14. I was looking to see what the 48 L/C car battery looks like, I want to see the name plate on the side or is it in the front of the battery.? Does anyone out there have a picture of one that they can e-mail to me or post ? Thanks Willie
  15. I have a question about the 1948 Lincoln Cont. paint that is on the chrome trim like the headlight trim, rear fender side trim, etc.??? What color "RED" is being used today ?? Thanks for you reply. Willie
  16. Yes!!! I talked with mr Boos last week. He just came home from out of town . Call or Fax him at home.
  17. Hello you all, I have a test question. I have a Black 1948 L/C, that when new was Blue. Back in the late 50's, someone had painted it Turquoises and installed a 1956/57 368 V-8 engine using the stock drive gears, (Trans. & Rear-end) I've owned the car for the last eight years. (It now have a V-12 installed.) The guy I brought the car from had it about 35 years (It was black when he got it) I'm getting the car ready to paint now and I've notice a lots of Turquoises paint under the black paint. The Question is: Would any of you know who had this car when it was Turquoises? Or a picture of it? I'm sure, if someone had seen it, they would not forget. I'm trying to find more of the car history. Any help??? Thanks Willie
  18. O.K. Here's the 411. (INFO) I went to the VW parts counter and the welting is made of plastic. I found that The "Mid Fifty F-100 Parts" (Name of company.)1-800-252-1956 has the welting in leather looking covering the rubber hose inside. I have a sample and it's more Lincoln looking. (Looking good) :It cost about $25.00 for 20 foot. After the hard work of removing the fenders & repairing the body and a new paint job, what a few more dollars to make it last???
  19. Hello Peecher, Last year I got two Hyd. window Cylinders for my 48 Lincoln from: Convertible service, 514 Walnut Grove Ave, SAN Gabriel CA.91776. Ph. 1-800-333-1140 I have them installed & they work great. I hope this will help. Willie In Wash. State
  20. I'm looking for Welting" or Anti-Squeak material with the correct size (3/16) for my 48 L.C.. I also need two Hood Scrips for the Continental. Thanks for the reply in advance.
  21. I want to know what year Pontiac Hub Cap I have for sale & what it's worth ??? I can E-mail the picture if someone want to help. Thanks Willie
  22. I was wanting to ask if you have the "Grounding Strap" from the motor to the car body. This grounding strap is about 3/4" wide. Good luck. Willie <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif" alt="" />
  23. Try using the Kick-down switch from "NAPA" P/N OD6284, I used it on my 1948. It works for me. <img src="http://www.aaca.org/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif" alt="" />
  24. Sorry for the late reply, I have read two ways of fixing the "Hood Fitting Problem", It's in "The way of the Zephyr" Maz/books: Dated Jan 1984 Vol 16 Number 6 and Dated Oct 1996 Vol 29, number 5. I can mail a copy of the instructions to you if you or your friend don't have these books. Willie
  25. Looking in the "Lincoln Classis Parts Catalogue" The 39 & 40 Spindle with P/N 96H 3105 are the same. The 41 P/N is 16H 3105, the 42 to 48 with P/N 26H 3105 are the same. I have the part numbers from the book, I don't know if they are all the same. I hope this will help.