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  1. Believe it or not, I still have the engines this topic was about, and have added others over the years. At this point, I will just hang onto them. Maybe my 3 boys will have an auction when I am gone so the local scrap buyer can buy the lot for $25.
  2. I sold that car on this website maybe 10 years ago for $12,000. The gentleman that purchased it had it painted and interior work done, along with other mechanical work, then sold it for around $12,000. It is a very nice, solid car, built like a truck with heavy frame and massive rear axle. It would go 50 mph, but only had brakes on the rear axle. If you had to stop quick, those narrow tires would just lock up and slide on the road while the car kept going because of how much the car weighs. I included a photo I took when I pulled the car from its 30 year resting place in a warehouse in downtown Cincinnati.
  3. 1967 IH truck. 549 V8 gas motor. 6 speed Allison automatic transmission. Double frame. 35,000 gvw. Runs, drives and dumps. Power steering, air brakes, air horns. A early heavy duty truck that is still able to earn its keep, and its a cool looking truck seldom seen on the road or shows. Ohio title. Stored inside. Drive it home $3900 cash. Near Cincinnati. Will consider trades of 30's-50's rust free trucks, dont have to run.
  4. The original headliner base is spun fiberglass. I just went thru this issue with my 1986 K30. There seems to be nothing available yet aftermarket, but the need is there. I was able to locate an original that I used. They are very delicate and easily damaged. I took it to the local upholstery shop, and they were able to cover it for me. Best to check Craigslist for someone parting a 73-91 crew cab out.
  5. Anyone recognize this. I can not find a model number on it.
  6. Thank you for your help, I have found multiple pictures on the internet of 1928 Auburns with straight 8 engines that have this combo on them. You guys have been a great help. I hope someone needs it.
  7. I got this in a group of Franklin parts, I had to take the whole garage. I dont believe they are Franklin parts being they are air cooled. Its a Delco Generator. Anyone know what its correct application is? It will be for sale.
  8. 1 owner car near Cincinnati, Ohio
  9. 1973 Buick Apollo. Chevy 250 inline 6 with 3 speed manual transmission. Manual steering, manual drum brakes. Original Delco AM/FM with one front speaker. Not ran or driven since 2000. Motor turns free, rolls free. Odometer reads 32,094. $3400 cash Near Cincinnati
  10. Gordon Smith conversion air compressor. Uses a Ford Model A engine, running on 2 cylinders and compressing air with the other 2. Comes with accessories to make run, including a new rebuilt carburetor and rebuilt distributor. I have not had it running. $800 near Cincinnati.
  11. I don't know what this is off of, but whatever it was, it was large. This cast aluminum radiator shell is 52" high, 27" wide, and 8" thick. It is in remarkably great condition with the exception of the aluminum being oxidized, it is not pitted, The stainless trim and screen are nice. Great for your speedster project, or wall hanger like it has been used for many many years. Pick up near Cincinnati. $450