BrianStone

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  1. 1964 Buick Skylark 2dr sport coupe, 300 4-barrel engine, factory 4-speed, 2 owner, AACA senior/preservation. Numbers matching engine/trans/frame/VIN tag. Car underwent frame off restoration in mid 1990s. Stored in temp controlled garage ever since, and driven less than 1000 miles since restoration. Painted with PPG acrylic laquer. All NOS chrome used on car, including hubcaps; only exception being bumpers that were rechromed. I purchased the car in 1993 from original owner that was friend of the family and AACA member. I can put stock exhaust system back on car if desired. Only selling because I have too many vehicles and would like to see this one go to someone that can show it and enjoy it. Probably the nicest 64 Skylark 4-speed car in existence. Strong running, fun to drive car. $26,000. Have professional appraisal done in 2011 that I can send to serious buyers. Located in central NC. Post a reply and send me a PM here if interested. Options on car include: Power Steering Power Brakes Limited Slip differential Vacuum trunk release AM radio with rear speaker Park brake warning light Storage console between seat Blue Buick handi-mats Buick Tachometer
  2. Steve, Have you and the team considered having the showfield open to registered cars and members on Friday for display only? I was at the BCA show at the NB center in 2016 with our car and Friday was the most enjoyable day of the whole event. Just about everyone that registered a car for the show was there with their car and everyone had a chance to walk around and see all the cars since they did not have to focus on prepping their cars until the next day. Having the showfield open on Friday also gives everyone a chance to get registered the day before and find their assigned spot, taking all of that effort out of Saturday so the event team can focus on judging and other things. I was at the 2019 AGNM in Auburn, and my biggest disappointment was not getting to adequately walk around see all of the cars. With close to 400 cars at the meet, there was no way to see all of the cars at the show as well as get mine preped for judging and stay with the car til it was judged. If the show field had been open on Friday, everyone could have walked around to see all of the cars and socialized more around their cars. Then Sat. everyone could focus on their car and judging.
  3. John, Does your statement mean that cars are allowed on the show field Friday evening from 6pm to 8:30pm and must leave after that until Sat. morning, or is 6-8:30 the time frame that cars can be driven on the show field and left for the night? I read what you wrote several times and was not clear on what it meant.
  4. I third the nomination of Loren "65GS" Alexander for 2017 Buickman.
  5. I edited the post and put my city in. Truck is located in Mocksville, NC. Only 2 miles off I-40
  6. 1974 Ford F350 Super Camper Special. Truck has PS, PB, AC, Am/Fm stereo radio, dual fuel tanks and Ranger trim package. Has original 460 4bbl engine, C6 transmission, and 3.73 Dana 70 rear axle. Truck runs and drives excellent, just needs cosmetic work. Everything works except for AC (compressor runs fine--just not charged). Has older 16.5" tires on it now, but I have a set of Ford 16" truck rims with no tires on them that I will give to the buyer. Has new exhaust system, new windshield and seal just installed, new belts, pulley bearings, new radiator, new front calipers & pads, new rear wheel cylinders, shoes, all 3 brake hoses, and master cylinder. Has class III receiver hitch on rear. $2500 Located in Mocksville, NC
  7. Owner is open to offers on this car. Car belongs to his father who is no longer able to work on it and they need to move it. If you have any interest in it, Email the owner at rldishman@yahoo.com and he will be glad to talk to you about it/show the car.
  8. 1936 Ford 4 door slant back project. Current owner bought in 1955. Body has never been repainted, car has never been wrecked. Car was disassembled in the 1970's to restore and some chasis restoration was done. Been stored out of the weather ever since. Has complete, correct, and runnable 36 engine and transmission with it (not original to the car). Engine and transmission were running perfectly 10 years ago when removed from another running/driving 36. Includes bolts, seals, and other parts bought for the restoration. Has original mechanical brake system as well as some of the parts needed to convert to 39 model hydraulic brakes. Only rust in the body is small amount in the floor. All body panels and fenders are original steel panels. Email rldishman@yahoo.com for more information. Car is located in Mooresville, NC Everything for $6000
  9. Does anyone know the details on the cruise-in on Friday night? I signed up, but don't know what time it is or exactly where it will be located. I plan to be in town around 4:00 with my '64 Skylark.
  10. Been doing some garage cleaning while it rained outside to day. These are new, still in the box rear floor mats for a '64-'72 Special/Skylark/GS. The box says "Medium Neutral" as the color, but the simple description is dark brown. I bought them years ago to put in a car I had, but never got around to putting them in because I came across a nice used set that I put in there instead since it was a driver car. I have since sold the car, so I have no need for these. Selling them for what I paid for them--$100 plus whatever UPS shipping costs to your address.