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  1. I'm the 4th owner of the car, which has never left the south Jersey area. I have the history of the car from my buddy, and it was originally sold by the Hudson, Essex, Packard, REO, White, International dealer in my town. Previous Owner did a complete restoration in the 1980s and I sent the car to Charlie Salvato who owns Gaslight Garage in Long Island. He did a ton of mechanical work on the car and it runs well. It does need paint, but I'm pretty sure there's no rust on the body. The car is full of neat art deco details, from the dash, to the scalloped fenders to the step to get in the rumble seat. Put a good paint job on it and you've got a 90 point show car. There is a moth hole in the headliner, and I think the rope cork needs to be replaced since there is an antifreeze leak. $30,000 OBO. Contact me for more details.
  2. I don't have a fly wheel; but still would like the dome light cover.
  3. Thanks for the kind words; Will. Will wait for a picture.
  4. Will, I sent you an email but didn't hear back; can you please shoot me a picture of the dome light cover? Thanks! Stu
  5. Hi, Am looking for the following items for my 30 Hudson: Front Windshield Clasp. Emblem that goes on the bottom of the front grill (covers the hand crank hole?). Horn Dome Light Glass Also may need a flywheel cover. Thanks! Stu
  6. Hi, Am looking for the following items for my 30 Hudson: Front Windshield Clasp. Emblem that goes on the bottom of the front grill (covers the hand crank hole?). Horn Dome Light Glass Also may need a flywheel cover. Thanks! Stu
  7. OK, so my mechanic has a question about the clutch on my Hudson. He wants to know if he can put in a regular clutch disk instead of a cork one. Thanks, Stu
  8. Hi, I'm looking for a needle & seat for my 28 Packard 526 Runabout . Also need carb rebuild kit and exhaust manifold for my 30 Hudson with a Great 8 engine. Thanks! Stu
  9. Hi, I'm looking for a carb rebuild kit and exhaust manifold for my 30 Hudson with a Great 8 engine. Also need a needle & seat for my 28 Packard 526 Runabout. Thanks! Stu
  10. Wil, Got your message; please leave me your phone numer so I can get back to you. Thanks! Stu
  11. Mr. Moon, I sent you and email/pm; please contact me. Thanks, Stu
  12. Hi, Just picked up my 30 Hudson. Need the interior rear window handle. Saw this: "Call Eldon Hostetler in Shipshewana, IN. He has more Hudsons than anyone I know of and may know of somebody who has what you need if he doesn't have it himself." Anyone have contact information? Thanks, Stu
  13. My friend is having a hard time finding the vacuum chamber for his 62 Pontiac Bonneville. It's part # 1991888. Any help is appreciated. Please contact me via email at classiclincoln@comcast.net. Thanks!
  14. V12, Not going to the western meet, but I'm going to the eastern meet in Ellenville, NY next week. Anyone else going? Stu
  15. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> Gentleman, to turn that car into a hotrod would be a crime against the history of the United States. </div></div> Although I totally agree, did you see the Barret Jackson auction in February? The highest selling car was a 1934 Lincoln Zephyr street rod that went for $400,000. That's $400,000 <span style="font-weight: bold">plus</span> 8% buyer's premium. Stu
  16. I have a bunch of spare parts from my 63 sedan available. Some may fit other years and please realise that I'm a mechanical moron ! If you are asking for a specific part, please speak slooooow and sssimple and use pictures and diagrams . No window switches, mostly interior and exterior chrome pieces. See here for a list of some of the non 63 parts. Thanks, and email me at classic63lincoln@comcast.net with questions. Stu
  17. Don't know what state you're in, but I was able to get a title for one of my 63 Lincoln Continentals that I got from a guy in New York who claimed to have bought it and never registered. He was going to send me the title, but never did. If I remember correctly, I had to pay NJ, NY & PA to do a title search using the VIN. I knew the car was last titled in PA, but I had to do all 3. Once the search came back with the last registered owner's name, I had to send a form letter to him telling him that I was claiming ownership as an abandoned car. Additionally, I had to run an ad in the local paper for 3 days stating the same, as well as take the form to the local police department. If the last registered owner doesn't respond after 60 days, I was able to package all this up and send it to the DMV with letters from 3 "dis interested" parties attesting to the fact that I had possession of the car. That, along with the sales tax, bill of sale and title fee got me the title. Total cost with tax was under $300. I'd suggest you check with your local DMV before buying the car to see what they require. Good Luck! Stu
  18. Thanks for the kind words on my site. My son designed it and he knows how to do all that kind of stuff. If anyone wants a site of their own, let me know and he'll cut you all a break since you're in the club. Phil, I'm a member of the LCOC and visit their site daily as well. Looking to have lots of fun here as well! Thanks! Stu
  19. Hello to all! I just joined the AACA after going to my first local meet near me in Somers Point, NJ. Met a bunch of really nice people, (as most of us are) and since I was very disappointed in the local LCOC region (no offense, Bill), I figured I'd join here. I have a 63 Lincoln Continental Sedan which was my grandfathers. You can see it at my website. Looking forward to getting help from and helping other Lincoln enthusiasts. I'd also love to get together to show our cars. There are plenty of shows donw here in south Jersey, and I'm willing to drive for a good show. Thanks, and visit my website to see my car. Stu
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