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David W Weber

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  1. 1908 Stevens Duryea (Three Point Support - Unit Power Plant) hub cap. Check photos for condition. $125.00 Shipped in Continental United States. Email with questions.
  2. Looking for a Ford V8 Makeup compact. Some were fancier that others. Fancy one had rhinestones. Also Ford V8 pen set. Any Condition. David Weber Please email: Dweber736@aol.com
  3. Two rare books. $45.00 each plus $5.00 each shipping. Books are in good condition. Email with questions: dweber736@aol.com
  4. Looking for accessory hood ornaments and mascots to add to my collection. American or European. Any condition. Thanks David Weber (314) 941-3244 or Dweber736@aol.com
  5. 1930 Model A Roadster Pickup. Upgraded with a Ford V-8 60 (Professionally Installed). Older restoration. Runs good. Current Title. Been in family for many years.. Located in St. Louis, MO. Call David Weber (314) 941-3244 for more information.
  6. Original Model T Ford Key Rack With 125+ Keys. Excellent original condition! Comes with many keys. Original hanging chain. Shipped in Continental United States. Email: Dweber736@aol.com or (314) 941-3244
  7. This early postwar midget race car is a well-known example with history dating back to 1946. The car does not have an engine or gearbox assembly, but is otherwise mostly complete including the steering assembly, wheels, suspension, rear axle and front axle assemblies. Rear axle is a narrowed period early Ford. The front axle is believed to be a factory period axle. Steering box is believed to be Franklin?. The body is extremely solid and retains its original dashboard and its distinct hood, radiator and grill assemblies. The body has remains of old paint and still retains much of its original upholstery. An authentic and historically significant, early midget race car with lots of potential and provenance. David Weber (314) 941-3244 Priced at $4500.00 / Offer (St. Louis, MO.) Email (Dweber736@aol.com)
  8. Had several Pierce 66's but none drove as nice as a 1919 48 HP dual valve. The 1919 48 HP dual valve Pierces made great tour cars which make them very desirable and difficult to find.
  9. 1920-1921 Cadillac Automobile Company of Saint Louis. Cars, Specialties, Service & Parts. 48 pages. 8 1/2" 12". Has flaws, tears and imperfections but overall good condition. $95.00 Includes shipping in Continental United States. Email with questions. Dweber736@aol.com
  10. 1915 Ford Model T Speedster / Race Car. Car was built by the Francis A. Mesker of St. Louis in the early 1920’s. Was kept in the Mesker family till the 1980’s when it was donated to the St. Louis Museum of Transportation. I purchased the car Sept. 25, 2005 at the museum’s overstock sale. The car car runs and drives but has not run in the past few years. The car has had many period modifications including the original Custom built body, Rajo spindles, Underslung, House wire wheels, original 1915 motor, and too many to list, Car had original paint till repainted by the Museum of Transportation. Car is rock solid and ready to enjoy. $15,500.00 David Weber (Dweber736@aol.com) 314-941-3244
  11. This 1912 Metz Model 22 roadster is an older and very well preserved restoration of a complete, authentic and original car. It was likely restored in the 1960s. Unlike today, it was still commonplace to find good, solid examples of brass era cars during these early years of the hobby. Metz introduced its first four-cylinder automobile in 1912 and called it the Model 22, based its horsepower rating. Call or Email with questions or visit (www.stlouiscarmuseum.com) for a complete description and photos. $32,900.00 David Weber (314) 941-3244 or Dave@stlouiscarmuseum.com
  12. The car above is our old V-16 Roadster. Purchased the car years ago in Winter Garden Florida. Same colors as when we bought it.
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