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jeffb

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  1. Hope someone calls and saves this one!! Doesn't look too bad.
  2. Deal of the month? Deal of 2014! Too good to be true.... If I were single again...
  3. Rob- I love how you put this- current pictures to what it could be- I love it. If I were closer and single, this would be in my garage/yard and put on the to do list, what a steal! Hope no street rodder gets it. Nothing against them, but this should be back to orig. I bet if someone shows up with a grand, they walk away with it!
  4. Sorry William, no rims. UPDATED LIST: 1.Front windshield- 125.00 (pickup only) 2.rear brake drums- 20.00 each 3. radiator support (U shaped bracket)was sandblasted, primed with epoxy primer and painted with Eastwood underhood black)-20.00 4. Upper radiator support (where the hood latch bolts on)was sandblasted, primed with epoxy primer and painted with Eastwood underhood black)-20.00 5. hood, was sanded down to bare metal a few years ago and primed(but has surface rust), GUARANTEED NO BONDO OR ROT-100.00 6. dashboard minus instrument cluster 7. Partial set of "check mark" molding , some pieces are bent, but most are good. Many other small parts
  5. Hello, yes, I do still have the shroud!! Please let me know if you need it, message me here or e mail me at bjeff881@gmail.com, thanks!
  6. Hello, I hope this doesn't flare up some anger. I for one love original cars and especially ones that are restored back to original condition. I have owned 3 original Buicks: 47 Roadmaster, 57 Special 2 dr hdtp, and a 57 Super 4 door hdtp. If I see one street rod or rat rod, they all look the same to me. But take a peek at this Buick, I think it was done just right, right down to the nailhead. What do you think? I don't like these big wheels, though. You Rank It: Troy Trepanier's "Nailed" '56 Buick - Hot Rod Magazine Blog
  7. No, still have the windshield, it is crated in a 2X4 crate ready to go, let me know thanks, Jeff
  8. Glad that you argued with the yard guy and got it for parts at least, I would die or at least cut off some extremeties for a 20,000 sq. ft storage/work area. I am used to a 2 car garage work area, which at my new house is now a 1 car garage, basically useless to dig into a project. Good luck selling your parts!
  9. What a shame, that car looked really solid, I had to get rid of a 57 Super years ago due to lack of storage, one of my many regrets in life, good luck selling the parts!
  10. Hello, for sale 1957 Buick dog legs. These were bought for a 1957 Buick Super 4 door hdtp, a 50 series. I don't know if they will work on other models. For those who don't know, these are the part on both rear inner door openings, where the rear part of the rockers meet the 1/4 panels. I will get pictures soon. Located in N.E. PA, price is 35.00 plus shipping for the pair, let me know if there are any questions. Thanks!
  11. Hello, for sale 1957 Buick rocker panels. These were bought brand new for a 1957 Buick Super 4 door hdtp, a 50 series. I don't know if they will work on other models. I will get pictures soon. Located in N.E. PA, price is 40.00 plus shipping for the pair, let me know if there are any questions. I will charge actual shipping, not an inflated amount, since the shipping may not be too cheap because of their size, but we'll see. Thanks!
  12. Hello, for sale 1957 Buick rocker panels. These were bought brand new for a 1957 Buick Super 4 door hdtp, a 50 series. I don't know if they will work on other models. I will get pictures soon. Located in N.E. PA, price is 40.00 plus shipping for the pair, let me know if there are any questions. I will charge actual shipping, not an inflated amount, since the shipping may not be too cheap because of their size, but we'll see. Thanks!
  13. Hello, for sale 1957 Buick dog legs. These were bought for a 1957 Buick Super 4 door hdtp, a 50 series. I don't know if they will work on other models. For those who don't know, these are the part on both rear inner door openings, where the rear part of the rockers meet the 1/4 panels. I will get pictures soon. Located in N.E. PA, price is 35.00 plus shipping for the pair, let me know if there are any questions. Thanks!
  14. 1957-1960 Buick Ball joint helper kits<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->For sale 2 kits, listed on box- 1957-1960 Buick ball joint helper kits. These are supposed to help "tighten up" loose ball joints, and I don't have to tell you that they cost a fortune on a 57 Buick. Please see pictures and send me a message if you have any more questions. Price- 30.00 for both shipped in the lower 48. I don't like to gouge on shipping. These are in N.E. Pennsylvania. Thanks.<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <FIELDSET class=postcontent><LEGEND> Attached Thumbnails</LEGEND> </FIELDSET>
  15. For sale 2 kits, listed on box- 1957-1960 Buick ball joint helper kits. These are supposed to help "tighten up" loose ball joints, and I don't have to tell you that they cost a fortune on a 57 Buick. Please see pictures and send me a message if you have any more questions. Price- 30.00 for both shipped in the lower 48. I don't like to gouge on shipping. These are in N.E. Pennsylvania. Thanks.
  16. Thanks for the replies guys. Think about this: Could you imagine the tooling costs to change the same car, for the same year, between models? All that trouble to make them longer/wider between Special, Super, Roadmaster, Century? This goes for any older car. They could have given each just different trim/moulding, options, etc, and still kept the beauty of 50's cars intact??
  17. Hello, would someone please look in a body interchange manual to see if a 1957 Super windshield is compatabile with 1957 Special Wagon? I don't think it is, but thanks, Jeff
  18. It's been a while, to the top. Lots of cheap parts!
  19. Wow, sorry to see that complete car parted out, it looks pretty solid. Good luck with selling the parts.
  20. How about the aluminum bodied lincoln? I wonder if they will have any bidders, seems high for the quick glance of cars and the condition they're in.
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