Harold

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  1. Beware of communities with a Homeowners' Association (HOA). Some of the fine-print in their by-laws is very anti-car!
  2. An even bigger price drop...guaranteed to have all you British car fans racing to get them: $25.00 picked up in Freehold. That's about 37 cents each...CHEEEP! Send a PM!
  3. An even bigger price drop...guaranteed to have all you British car fans racing to get them: $25.00 picked up in Freehold. That's about 37 cents each...CHEEEP! Send a PM!
  4. Make a reasonable offer...the worst that can happen is that I say no thank you.
  5. Make a reasonable offer...the worst that can happen is that I say no thank you.
  6. Make a reasonable offer...the worst that can happen is that I say no thank you.
  7. Media mail is not OK for sales brochures or magazines because those are considered to be advertising material. On the other hand, it must be very poorly enforced because I see lots of magazines on eBay being shipped by media mail.
  8. Box is worn but the part is nice. Some blemishes in the paint that are probably due to manufacturing. $38.00 + shipping from Freehold, NJ 07728. PayPal is fine.
  9. Box is worn but the part is nice. Some blemishes in the paint that are probably due to manufacturing. $38.00 + shipping from Freehold, NJ 07728. PayPal is fine.
  10. UPDATE: I bit the bullet and listed my Stratus on Facebook Marketplace last Monday. Got about 30 replies, they were all pretty much talk. One guy couldn't get here before last night and bought the car immediately. He registered the car this morning and drove away happy. Would I do it again? Probably, but I'd still be happier without my real name splashed on the ad.
  11. Great topic! It's unnerving to catch a vehicle in the lane to the left of you drifting to within inches of your car. Especially when you're properly centered in your lane. A curvy road makes it even more exciting! And yes, it's a lot more common lately.
  12. My father was discharged from the Army Air Corps in 1946 and when he got home to New York he bought a '38 Pontiac. He kept the Pontiac until 1952 (my mother refused to ride in it anymore) and bought a new '52 Plymouth Cambridge.
  13. Fastenal.com has a tremendous selection.
  14. Six informative manuals with lots of well-written how-to articles. The manuals are in used condition with some wear but clean and readable. Here's what you get: 5th Edition Basic Auto Repair 1973 4th Edition Basic Carburetion and Fuel Systems 1973 6th Edition Basic Carburetion and Fuel Systems 1977 (missing front cover and tear on first page) 5th Edition Basic Ignition and Electrical Systems 1977 4th Edition How to Tune Your Car 1975 (missing front cover) 2nd Edition Complete Book of Pinto 1977 (missing front cover) $20.00 for all, including Media Rate shipping in the lower 48 States. Thanks for looking, Harold
  15. I bought these shocks from Sears in 1980 for my '73 Satellite wagon and didn't use them. The part number is 2879367. Sears had their own parts numbering system so it's hard to find application info. I went to other manufacturer's sites and found that these shocks should also fit the following B-body Dodge and Plymouth cars: Cordoba '77-'79 Charger '73-'76 Coronet '73-'76 Magnum '78-'79 Monaco '73-'78 Fury '75-'78 Road Runner '73-'75 Also the following R-Bodies.... New Yorker '79-'81 Gran Fury '80-'81 St. Regis '79-'81 Newport '79-'81 Each shock includes an unopened hardware bag and an instruction sheet. They are clean and could be painted another color to suit your restoration. $35.00 for the pair, + shipping from Freehold, NJ 07728. I only ship to USA addresses in the lower 48 States. Best contact is by Moparts PM.
  16. I bought these shocks from Sears in 1980 for my '73 Satellite wagon and didn't use them. The part number is 2879367. Sears had their own parts numbering system so it's hard to find application info. I went to other manufacturer's sites and found that these shocks should also fit the following B-body Dodge and Plymouth cars: Cordoba '77-'79 Charger '73-'76 Coronet '73-'76 Magnum '78-'79 Monaco '73-'78 Fury '75-'78 Road Runner '73-'75 Also the following R-Bodies.... New Yorker '79-'81 Gran Fury '80-'81 St. Regis '79-'81 Newport '79-'81 Each shock includes an unopened hardware bag and an instruction sheet. They are clean and could be painted another color to suit your restoration. $35.00 for the pair, + shipping from Freehold, NJ 07728. I only ship to USA addresses in the lower 48 States.