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David W Weber

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  1. Bell shaped electric taillight. Has dent in rim but overall very good original condition. Could find no markings on taillight. Rim measures 3 1/2" across. Email with questions. $85.00 plus $15.00 shipping.
  2. Photos pretty much tell condition. Email with questions. Price $110.00 plus $10.00 shipping.
  3. (YEAR?) Desoto Sedan and Roadster Die Cut Advertising Pieces. (4" X 10") Excellent condition with pencil marks in both pieces in lower right. $75.00 shipped in Continental United States.
  4. Good condition overall. Bracket needs straightened. Beautiful rare swivel light. Email with questions. $.00 shipped in Continental United States. Light shown in photo's with Lincoln is not the light being sold.
  5. 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.
  6. 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
  7. Two rare books. $45.00 each plus $5.00 each shipping. Books are in good condition. Email with questions: dweber736@aol.com
  8. 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
  9. 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.
  10. 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
  11. 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)
  12. 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.
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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.
  17. 1924 Rolls Royce Silver Ghost Pall Mall Touring (404MF) This 1924 Springfield Silver Ghost, chassis number 404MF is a highly original example with numbers matching chassis & engine. Complete with a “side shift” four-speed transmission with overdrive. Mechanically, this vehicle runs with the grace and smoothness that a Silver Ghost should. This car is ready for continued participation in any number of Rolls Royce Owner’s Club, Silver Ghost Association or Classic Car Club of America tours. For additional photos and information visit (www.stlouiscarmuseum.com) $249,900.00. David Weber (314) 941-3244 or Dave@Stlouiscarmuseum.com
  18. Wanted Antique and Balloon tire bicycles any condition. Looking for Pierce , Indian, Harley Davidson, Flying Merkel, Especially early racing bicycles in any condition. Also looking for Elgin Bluebird and Schwinn Aerocycle. Thanks Dave (314) 941-3244 or Dweber736@aol.com
  19. This 1927 Model T Ford Roadster Pickup is an extremely sharp vehicle that was completely restored. It has been mechanically and cosmetically maintained since the frame-off restoration was completed. It is in excellent overall condition inside and out. This vehicle has a VIN/engine number of 14177960, indicating it was one of the last Model T Fords built. $19,900.00 Email for additional photos or information. Thanks David Weber (314) 941-3244 or Dweber736@aol.com
  20. This 1926 Duesenberg Model A chassis has been owned by some of the most important collectors in the vintage automobile hobby. It was restored by Al and Dottie Bennett for the late Homer Fitterling of South Bend, Indiana. The chassis was later sold to the noted Duesenberg collector Ed Weaver before being purchased by the current owner. The chassis was last publically displayed in the 1995 ACD Labor Day Reunion Meet where it also participated in the Annual Parade of Classics. In recent years, it has been displayed in a private museum. Although this chassis is assembled from parts, all of parts are original Model A Duesenberg components. This car retains an original Duesenberg firewall tag, which labels the chassis as car number 765 and engine number 1164. It should be noted, however, that this engine is number 1010 and does not match the number on the build plate. The 100 horsepower, Duesenberg overhead camshaft engine is complete and retains its rare, original Schebler Model S updraft carburetor as well as its original ignition system, water pump, manifolds, starter and generator. The radiator has its original honeycomb-style core and is fitted with an original Model A Duesenberg radiator shell. The 141” wheelbase chassis assembly is in excellent condition and is made up of all original Model A Duesenberg parts including the front-end assembly, rear end assembly, steering assembly, brakes, shock absorbers and a rare, proper set of Rudge Whitworth wire wheels. The chassis starts easily and runs well. The hydraulic brakes are working and the brake pressure gauge also works. With the exhaust cut out open, the engine really sounds like an aggressive racecar. The car is currently being operated from the gas in the vacuum tank, but the original gas tank could be made operable if needed. The original gas gauge is present but not operating. The 20” Lester white wall tires are older replacements but appear to be in good condition. The driver’s area retains correct and authentic Duesenberg Model A instruments and controls mounted to an original firewall assembly. Included is a complete oval dash cluster, ignition and light switch assembly, steering wheel, pedal assemblies, brake and shift levers, dash controls, etc. The mileage indicated on the odometer is about 77,500. The clock is missing one hand, but the other gauges appear to be in very good, mostly original, condition. Original cast aluminum floorboards are also present and are in very nice condition. To drive the chassis, a temporary seat assembly has been installed, but is not included in the sale. Overall, this is a great opportunity to purchase what is likely to be one of the last, remaining Duesenberg Model A chassis in existence today. This chassis is ready to be displayed and operated. It is an extremely impressive exhibit that really highlights the advanced engineering accomplishments of Fred and Augie Duesenberg. It is being sold with a bill of sale only, no title. $95,900.00 David Weber (314) 941-3244 St. Louis, MO.
  21. The copper-colored paint shows some signs of overall wear and aging but is generally clean and presentable. The bright work has been re-plated some years ago and shows well. The brown interior is very clean and the tan, folding top has some areas of discoloration but is clean and usable. The simple dashboard retains its proper gauges and controls, which are in good condition. With the exception of the gas gauge, the other gauges appear to function as they should. The rumble seat compartment is also clean and the upholstery appears to be original and well preserved. The engine was rebuilt some years ago and the car runs and drives excellent. Contact David Weber (314) 941-3244 or dweber736@aol.com for further information and additional photos. Car is located in St. Louis, MO. Price $49,900.00
  22. I may have a set off of a 1935 Desoto Taxi. Have to check. Dave (Dweber736@aol.com)
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