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  1. I have a number of NOS Wagner Brake Light Switches, correct for 1936-1940 BUICK. These have the correct screw terminals for the wire mounting. If you've looked, you know this screw-mount style is hard to find these days. A lot of guys wind up changing the connectors on their wiring harness to accommodate switch they can buy today. With the NOS brake light switches I'm selling you won't ever have to do that. I have a number of these NOS Wagner switches available. So, feel free to buy a few spares. Not all are in boxes, but ALL are guaranteed to be NOS. The price is just $10 each, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John 1936, 1937, 1938,1939, 1940
  2. For Sale on Craigslist 1961 Chevrolet Rampside in Red Bank, New Jersey - $13,888 - Contact: Vance 917 624 6688 Link: https://jerseyshore.craigslist.org/cto/d/red-bank-1961-chevy-rampside-original/7127748887.html Seller's Description: 1961 Chevy Rampside - Original Everything All original Chevy Rampside 1961 the first year made. Truck looks pretty darn good and runs even better. Interior as shown really isn’t bad at all. A nice paint job is all she really needs if anything. Only 39,100 miles and asking $13,888. Looking for a summer cruiser with the surfboard in the trunk, give me a shout!
  3. 1922 Duesenberg Model A Custom Fleetwood "Doctor's Coupe." ACD Certified, restored, over $60K recently spent full engine rebuild. Show winner. $249,900. Click here for full description, video and photo gallery.
  4. I have some misc. Locomobile parts for sale, contact me if you are in need, If you have spare Locomobile parts, please post them here. Al
  5. Set of four Cadillac Sabre wheels for sale. Good original condition with small areas of pitting. Great for a driver vehicle. $450 plus shipping from MN.Thanks!
  6. For Sale on Craigslist 1973 Chrysler Imperial 4-door hardtop in Columbus, Ohio - $11,500 - Please text EJ at 614 374 2464 Link: https://columbus.craigslist.org/cto/d/hilliard-1973-chrysler-imperial/7124928976.html Seller's Description: I have for sale a 1973 Chrysler Imperial. THE GOOD: She is a Sherwood Green, 4 door gem with an off white vinyl top and green interior. Power plant is a 440 with 99k miles. All power windows, seats, antenna and head lamp covers work. THE BAD: The 8 track player does not work, but the radio works. The heat and a/c blower motor doesn’t work up front, but rear does. The vinyl top needs some attention in the common areas for the Chryslers with vinyl tops(bottom right corner of rear window). I am the 3rd owner. This gem is a MUST SEE all original. She’s definitely a head turner and conversation piece. Asking price is $11,500. Only other consideration I’d entertain is a trade for a boat of 21’ open bow, or pontoon. Please text at 614 374 2464. More pics available upon request. Serious inquires only!!!!
  7. I recently bought seven cars, mainly Chrysler products, out of long term storage in an enclosed shed. Most of the cars and parts were put in there over 40 years ago and sealed up. In the group I purchased a 31 Plymouth Model PA roadster with a ton of spare parts, some of which interchange with 32 Plymouth PB and 31-32 Desoto. I’m just beginning to remove the parts from the building and both the car and extra parts will be for sale as I sort through everything to make sure the roadster is complete.
  8. 425 Nailhead engine for sale. I believe it came pout of a 1966 Buick. $600.00 CASH. Must pick up.
  9. This is a 36-37 Mopar Banjo Steering wheel that is in excellent condition. It’s a 17” wheel and it would be hard to find in this condition. If interested please get in touch with me for price. It’s not cheap, so keep that in mind before replying. Horn button not included. Thanks
  10. Small lot of 20's-30's radiator caps with a gas cap or two thrown in. $5 -$40 each or make an offer for the lot.
  11. NOS HARRISON 3127575 Located in IOWA. $650
  12. 1930 Air Cooled Franklin SedanThis is the First Car that had a Revolutionary Airplane- Type Engine …. Air CooledThe 1930 Franklin engine produces the greatest power for cylinder capacity of All automotive power plants of it’s time. It traveled from New York to Los Angles in 69 hours, 31 minutes – a new all-time record for 1930... It was a high end luxury car of it’s era, holding it’s own with Packard and Cadillac. This car is not restored to original showroom condition, but has been rebuilt and renewed, to make it a DAILY DRIVER ….. for safe use on today’s highways…..It has four wheel, Rebuilt, Hydraulic brakes, on 14” drums …. Full elliptic springs for a smooth ride, even on rough roads….. Recently Rebuilt, Fully Balanced, High Compression, 6 cylinder Air- cooled engine, putting out 105 hp…. Recently Rebuilt 4 speed transmission…. Powder coated wire wheels, with new, 6 ply tires….. New, Real Leather upholstery….very comfortable seats, with interior fully insulated, with sound proofing…. New safety glass installed, after recent paint job….. 12 volt conversion, with new, Bright, LED Headlights, Tail lights and Turn Signals….. It has original, Trunk/Luggage Rack and Dual Side mount spare tires on Powder coated rims…..This car has been driven all over the USA, from coast to coast and from the Deep South up into Canada to the Northwest Territory, Arctic Circle and back… It will cruise all day long comfortably at 55 – 60 mph, accelerating up into the 70’s when needed….. It is truly a Fine Touring car, Ready to be Driven Often…. I have all written records, of all the work done on this car, since 1944…… It has a clear New Mexico Title in my name, and is presently insured and Driven….This Beautiful, Full Classic Automobile is priced to sell on today’s slow, virus restricted Market….. I will accept $16,000
  13. For Sale on Craigslist 1956 Chrysler 300B in Mechanicsville, Virginia - $34,500 - Contact: Bill 804 356 6155 Link: https://richmond.craigslist.org/cto/d/mechanicsville-1956-chrysler-300b/7130999777.html Seller's Description: 1956 Chrysler 300B- Survivor- One of less than 200 in existence. 354 Hemi with factory 2 x 4 barrel set up with Batwing air cleaner. Push button Automatic, PS, PB, Original leather interior, headliner, new tires. Fastest production car in 1956. Built to run NASCAR. $34,500. No texts. Call or e-mail me. Bill
  14. Ran across this whilst on my wife's face book whilst looking at a 39 coupe someone had posted. I understand that many of the 80's Buicks of this era were badged as Collectors Editions and that that didn't really mean much and the 307 ain't gonna win a lot of races, I just thought this to be a nice looking Buick and considering the mileage a pretty decent price. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/588684441912798/
  15. If there's enuf interest in buying a preformed wood starter kit for these years i would set my machines up to make 12 at a time I'm just asking if there's any one looking i have a few patterns out of the Buicks I own . the last time i restored my 1929 ford I bought a wood kit and was surprised that i could not do the same for a pre war Buick ? kyle
  16. I rescued this dealer promotional piece from the dumpster in 1989 at a small Buick, Pontiac, GMC dealership that I worked at in Iowa. It's a cardboard standup with a pic of a Reatta and the 1949 Buick Roadmaster convertible used in the classic movie "Rain Man" starring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman. It would look great framed on the wall! Piece is located in Iowa. PRICE REDUCED! $75.00 plus shipping.
  17. I have a center link which was just removed from my car this last week. It was not removed because it was bad or causing problems. I was fortunate enough to be able to purchase a refurbished center link without having to provide a core (costly but, worth it). I had the mechanic check on its condition and he indicated that it was still serviceable. It is usable as is or it can be sent in to be refurbished. You do not have to go through the hassle of tying your car up by removing your center link, sending it in and waiting for it to be refurbished. Your center link becomes the "core" when it is removed so to speak. You can sell your center link to someone looking to redo their center link, they can sell their center link and so on and so forth. $195.00 plus shipping. Please PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  18. https://reno.craigslist.org/pts/d/reno-1951-buick-super-convertible/7111576008.html No price listed but great parts if interested
  19. Driver quality Located in London Ontario. Rear with brackets= $175 Front with brackets=$175 Hood =$175 Grill=$85 Have full set of side 4 door hardtop tinted glass as well as rear glass =$75 Some green interior pieces, front bench seat needs new cover=$50 PM me for further info if needed please.
  20. I have a large number of new and rebuilt Delco Knee Action Shocks to sell. Call me or email is best. Thanks!!! 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  21. I have a 1950 Buick Super 4dr model 51 that I'm going to start parting out. The floors/rockers are rusted out and the transmission is missing. Most parts are available Straight 8 263 had water in it from sitting, but does turn over. Grille and bumpers are complete The trim is in great shape Doors and fenders are rust free Trunk is rust free dash is complete and in good shape Let me know what parts you need I can ship small parts.
  22. For Sale on Craigslist 1967 Buick Electra 225 Custom Convertible in Long Island, NY - $30,750 - Call or Text 631-786-5244 9am to 9pm EDT On 5/15, Seller reduced price to $29,500 (decrease of $1,250) On 5/19, Seller increased price to $30,000 (increase of $500) "But Open To REALISTIC Offers" On 5/21, Seller reduced price to $29,999 "But Open To REALISTIC Offers" On 5/25, Seller reduced price to $28,500 "But Open To REALISTIC Offers" Link: https://newyork.craigslist.org/lgi/cto/d/farmingville-1967-buick-electra-225/7123592636.html Seller's Description: 1967 Buick Electra 225 Custom Convertible 430 V8, ST-400 Auto, A/C, P/S, P/B, P/Windows, P/Seat, P/Top, P/Antenna, Speed Minder, Seatbelts, Rear Seat Speaker, Genuine Wood Trim. Rebuilt Engine, Rebuilt Front End, Springs and Shocks All Around. New Cooling System, Hoses and Belts, Wheel Cylinders and Shoes, Tires and Alignment, Dual Exhaust, Electronic Ignition Conversion, Cap Rotor Wires and Plugs. Upgraded Sway Bar, A/C Converted to R134. Engine rebuilt with performance, cooling and oiling upgrades. Runs and Drives Better Than New. Original factory marked parts that were replaced have been retained. Top is Original and in Excellent Shape. Interior is Original and Nearly Mint. This car was always a summer toy for its 2 elderly previous owners. Never driven in snow or beaten on and it's self evident. Believed to be 62,000 original miles. Now is the time to grab the luxury drop top cruiser you've always dreamed of. This was the Buick Flagship of 1967, their most expensive model. Extremely rare color combination seldom seen before the late 1970's and almost unheard of on a 1960's GM Luxury Car. To date, after extensive research no other 1967 Electra 225 has been found in this particular color combination however 1 wildcat and 2 skylarks were found. A trophy winner, this car is a crowd favorite and draws attention wherever it is, at a car show or on the road. Asking Price of $30,750 Call or Text 631-786-5244 9am to 9pm EDT. If no answer please leave a message and I'll get back to you.
  23. A question for the Table of Knowledge: What would the members think of advertising a 61 T Bird for sale at this time with the c19 going on and so many out of work . Would it be best to tell the lady now is not the time to sell please give me your thoughts and opinions and will tell her what you all thought. Mike
  24. Located in the Chicagoland area. 39,000 actual miles. I am the 4th owner. $24,000 I will entertain reasonable offers. The only reason for selling is that I have found the antique car that my dad owned when I was in high school and need the room to pursue that car.