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  1. Good afternoon, I have a 1958 Chevy Apache. It was suggested that I get in contact with vintage or classic car or truck clubs to see if there is a market for an antique Chevy Apache. This '58 Chevrolet Apache patina pick-up truck is a project lover's dream! Great restoration project for any vintage truck enthusiast. Perfect for making a real 'ratlook' out of it! Minor rust and dings, has a clean title, does not run. Have the time of your life and glow with pride upon completion and restoration of one of the most sought after classics in years! $10,000.00 OBO (or best offer) -- Anyone interested?
  2. I’m selling my extremely rare 1977 Lincoln Town Coupe. Ultra rare Black Diamond color with Dove Gray leather interior. This is an extremely original car with its history recorded since new. Paint, chrome, interior, trunk and glass are all original except for the hood which was re-painted due to the hot Florida sun. 400 engine, 60,000 original Florida miles. Gorgeous cast aluminum wheels, brand new tires. Everything works on this car including the power antenna, clock, am-fm 8-track and trunk release. Call me for more details. I’m asking a very fair $12,000 for a car of this quality, but will accept the first reasonable offer. Car is near Chicago but I will ship anywhere in the world. Call me (CST) at 847-997-9944 or email me at Alwayslincolns@gmail.com.
  3. Numbers-matching LX engine rebuilt to stock configuration with consultation from Russ Miller, original BS trans also professionally rebuilt. Neither installed yet. Body is straight and very solid. Minor rust in trunk bed and under battery tray. Well optioned silver ext/black deluxe interior. Needs restoration which I no longer have time or ability to complete. Clear title in my name. $18K to a good home.
  4. I have many parts for 1930 and 1931 Buicks, just acquired. Front fenders, frame rail covers, splash apron below the grill, body aprons over the running boards, wheels (two full sets), spare tire and rim mount for rear, hood, gas tank and rear cover, complete chassis, transmission, 6 cylinder engine, starter, carburetor, generator/distributor, manifolds, fuel pump, water pump, one cowl light, and more small interior bits and pieces. Sheet metal pieces have been sand blasted and lightly primed. No major holes or tears in any. Look at the pictures and give me a call or email to get pricing, too much to list. These parts came from a 1930 Model 40. Interchangeable with many models in 29, 30 and 31. Located in upstate New York and I am leaving for central Florida in early October. So I can transport to the Tampa area. Heading down I-81 to Knoxville and then I-75 to Tampa. Possibly over to the Richmond area as a side trip on the way. Already planning a couple of stops in Atlanta area to drop parts, so will try to make it convenient to get parts to you and avoid large shipping costs. John @ 607-349-5889. Leave message if I can't answer.
  5. special build coupe deville with experimental AC..we have GM historical factory pixs of system being tested during installation orig build sheet states 'send to styling after F-20 mechanical' and lists mods as follows: color, trim 'changed by styling to 0-00 orlon simulated 'convertible' tan roof cover gold flake 16 cylinder 1936 special mix BLACK paint gold plated interior trim with veneer faced dash and door panel toppers U S Royal Master whitewalls solid car, spent most of its life in Calif but needs total restoration and deserving of the best $35,000 firm see add'l pixs on los angeles craigslist autos for sale search '1951 cadillac' email owner dualghia@hotmail.com Menlo park,cal
  6. This is a beautiful car that is very enjoyable to drive. $14,980. Loaded with options too! MORE PICTURES ON OUR WEBSITE. www.DrukAutoSales.com
  7. In the process of stripping this 1955 Buick Special Convertible down to the frame, saving anything that can be used. The lower sheet metal is ROUGH but the car has plenty of good, usable parts and most all convertible specific parts are in-tact. Original 264 engine w/ 3-speed floor shift (appears to be a later modification) transmission. Please send me a private message if you are in need of anything. Thanks
  8. Used , good condition. Fits 81-85 Chevy pas/ truck and BOP See photos Price is $30 , less than one control piece , plus shipping USPMO , or PayPal buyer handles fees Send a PM Thanks Roy
  9. Lexington 8 " x 2 1/2" light blue $ 80.00 Jeffery 6 5/8" x 3 1/8" brown $ 80.00 Buick 6" x 2 5/8" orange $ 70.00 Oldsmobile blue 7 1/4" x 2 1/2" $45.00 Overland 4 15/16" x 2 15/16" purple $35.00 Maxwell 5 1/2" x 2 1/2" blue $70.00 Paige 1915 6 1/2" x 3 1/4" dark blue $75.00 Paige The Standard of Value and Quality 7 1/2" x 3" $80.00 Oakland 7 5/8" x 2 7/8" blue $65.00 Dort 5" x 2" tan $35.00 REO 7 5/8" x 2 5/8" $ 65.00 PM with any questions. Gary in MN
  10. Hi all, I wanted to let everyone know that the products from the White Glove Collection are back on the market. I have purchased what was left of the business from Cord Blomquist and am ramping up production. If anyone can help me with locating a source for Trippe light reflectors, I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you and please be sure to visit www.whiteglovecollection.com. -Crin
  11. I have a completely restored, gorgeous 69 GS 400 for sale. Numbers matching, near perfect! Auto on the column. Asking $26,500.00. Located in Central Wisconsin Call or text for more info. 715-9three7-256zero You won't find one nicer! Thank you! John
  12. I have come across a fully restored 1955-59 Chevy truck AM radio, it is the real McCoy. Interested let me know.
  13. *SOLD* I think in terms of bang for the buck, this handsome 1953 Packard Cavalier convertible (or is it a 200? Packard experts, please correct me because I can't seem to figure out which it is) certainly scores pretty high. It's a mostly original car with what appears to be just a single repaint maybe 15 years ago and good maintenance over the years, but I don't think it has ever been restored. It looks like it has always been a red car because I can't find any other colors in the nooks and crannies, and I do find the blackwall tires on this car rather appealing. It's interesting to note that this car is virtually identical to the $80,000 Caribbean sitting next to it in the showroom, as they share a body shell, engine, transmission, chassis, and even some of the trim. For what it's worth, the doors on this car close better than the Caribbean and they both feel like iron ingots going down the road--not a shake or a squeak anywhere. That's pretty impressive for a giant ragtop. The paint is decent but not amazing, with some orange peel and signs of use, but for the money, who cares? Get in and go, don't worry about it. Believe me, once you've had a car where you don't have to fret, you'll find it is extremely liberating. Another plus is the chrome, which is in mostly excellent condition throughout, with zero pitting or other issues beyond some polishing scratches, even in that giant grille. The spotlight is a bit scruffy, but I'm not counting that since it could be removed or replaced pretty easily, and the little tail fins out back are a bit faded, but I can't really complain since the chrome on my '41 Buick isn't any better. Plastic parts like the crests and taillights are quite nice, too. My gut says the interior has been reupholstered at some point, but it looks period-correct with the black trim and alabaster centers (not white, but not yellow, either). The carpets are definitely new and the door panels are crisp, including the chrome bits that look great. That's the exact same dash as the Caribbean, and on this car all the gauges work except the clock, which is nice. The steering wheel and horn button are not cracked or sun-baked and the engine-turning on the gauge panel is crisp and bright. The radio is not working, as usual, but the heater/defroster puts out decent BTUs and the older black canvas power convertible top goes up and down as it should. It includes a black vinyl boot that fits OK, but seems to need some snaps or something--there's hardware but it doesn't seem compatible. I'm obviously not thrilled with the red carpet in the trunk, but at this price I'm not going to fix it. It's not hiding anything and you can still get the correct fabric to make it look right--it's more than a simple mat change, but worth it in my opinion if you want to add some real value. There's a full-sized spare, a jack, and a little wooden shelf up front someone made to maximize trunk space. This Packard uses the same 327 cubic inch straight-8 that you'll find in the Caribbean, and it's just as silky smooth and torquey. In fact, I've had this car up to an indicated 70 MPH without a quiver or a vibration, which was impressive as hell. It starts quickly and easily, idles well cold or hot, and just generally goes about its business without any fuss. The 4-barrel carburetor makes 180 horsepower, which is a good figure for 1953, and while this car isn't exactly fast, it'll never feel like you're holding anyone up. It's clean but not detailed for show, and I see two different colors of engine enamel in there so someone has cleaned it up at some point. It's fairly correct, with a big oil bath air cleaner on top of the original Carter carburetor, and anything that was upgraded was done well--new wiring, a rebuilt pump assembly for the power top, and a fresh motor for the heater which explains why it works so well. Power steering is nice, too. The transmission is Packard's Ultra-Matic 2-speed automatic, which isn't especially thrilling, but it's durable and works just fine, and with 3.54 gears out back, it's a good all-around cruiser. The undercarriage is a bit dirty but there's no rust or rot and no structural damage, which is why it feels so solid on the road. The power steering leaks a little (what, you're surprised?) but otherwise it's tight and there's lots of recent work, including fresh brake hoses and wheel cylinders, brand new 225/75/15 radials, a switchable electric fuel pump, and most of an exhaust system. IF there's any complaint, it might be that the spare tire well appears to have been patched up at some point--there's goop on it, but it's not falling apart or showing visible rust holes. The price is $22,900. Look at the Caribbean at $79,900 and then look again at this car. 80% of the car for 30% of the price. It feels the same from behind the wheel (better in some ways), and there are little things you can do here and there to add value. It's the kind of car you can drive every day without worries, park it wherever you want, and just have fun in it. And in an ocean of garden-variety cars in this price range, a Packard convertible is always going to stand out. Take a look then let me know. This is the biggest bang for the buck in my showroom today. Thanks for looking!
  14. Getting rid of all my literature that goes back to the 1930s and up to the present. LOTS of FWD stuff, most of it NOS. It looks like I have the whole mess sold but before it goes away if you need anything just ask. The more you buy the less it will cost! I have 2,350 different items and often more than one of each of these! What do you need? http://arizonaparts.com/search-parts-literature.html parts here: www.arizonaparts.com for a YEAR search put in: Q Q= Maserati TC
  15. OK guys! I will deliver to Hershey next week this excellent set of 196 Oldsmobile showroom literature for only $300. Pick up at my hotel. Need to move this, sold the car 6 months ago. my email: our84olds@cox.net
  16. The arthritis in my knees has taken all of the fun of this car away from me, so it's that time. I have owned this car for 7 years and bought the car from the original owner. It was sitting in storage prior to that from 1985. I have the original bill of sale and build sheet. This is car 0718 out of the 3508 of total production in 1975 and 76., with a few hundred known to be left that are running according to the Cosworth registry.The car has 79,000 miles and runs GREAT! In 1975 the Cosworth sold for on $500 less than the Corvette and $800 more than a Camaro. This car is a great fun to drive, and rivals the feel of driving a British sports car of the same era. I had come upon the rare aftermarket Hutton Weber Carburetor set-up, and replaced the original problematic Electronic Fuel Injection set-up, I do have all of the original fuel injection parts and they will go with the car. Some of the paint is still original in areas but it has been touched up. Since I have owned it I had the original rims restored, 5 new tires, new exhaust from the original factory stainless steel header back, new tie rod ends and center link, new fuel pump, new Delco clutch, new clutch cable, the close ratio 4 speed transmission was overhauled with new bearings and syncro rings, new U joints were installed. original starter was rebuilt, new brakes, radio speaker was rebuilt, new hoses and radiator was boiled out. new Steele weatherstrip on the hatch and the doors, had a new headliner installed, and I am sure there were many other items I had forgotten. Car is very fast! Car is registered to me and is located on Long island New York. It turns heads everywhere we take it! I know that these two words were seldom mentioned in the same sentence 'solid' and ' Vega' but it is.... a solid vega. I feel it is priced to sell asking $9,800 OBO for a car you start and drive anywhere tomorrow. LETS TALK, IT HURTS ME TO SELL IT BUT HURTS ME EVEN MORE TO GET IN AND OUT OF IT! Cosworths are supported by a great national club of extremely knowledgeable fellow Cosworth enthusiasts. I must have well over 150 magazines from the COVA loaded with GREAT tech articles, like it should be! If you are interested please PM me for more information. I will have some more photos posted on the undercarriage in the next day or so more history on Cosworth Vegas please go to http://chevyvega.wikia.com/wiki/Chevrolet_Cosworth_Vega Car will be there from Tuesday to Friday.. Thanks for looking and feel free to contact me for more information (516) 840-3653 9 to 9 EST leave a message
  17. Parts are for model 50 although some may fit other models. They are mostly used; some new or reconditioned. - Hubcaps (23 in a range of condition) - Lever shocks (5) 42346/42347/41104/41103 - Intake manifold 1240120-3 (Black powder coated) - Transmission 552021 - Shift lever (2) 552915/552923 - Generator - Water pump 1248876-5 - Bell housing for Right Hand drive - Steering columns (2) 259241 (LHD) 259511 (RHD) - Tie Rods - Hand Brake 552036 - Radiator Surround (needs rechromed) and shutters - Bearings (new): clutch release; clutch pilot; differential (2); Front/rear wheel bearings 909023/1307-sl - Kingpins (new) - Fitzgerald Gasket 84008 - Various guages: Weter temp w/sensor; metric speedometer; Amp/oil guages - clutch plates and other misc items. All offers will be considered........for more info tekasper45@yahoo.com Tom Kasper
  18. Since I have just purchased a 1934 Chevy, I have decided to sell my 1963 Oldsmobile Starfire which I have owned almost 9 years. It is a very nice driver quality car loaded with the 345 hp. 394, Roto Hydramatic, 3.42 Anti-Spin, dual exhaust, cold factory A/C, power steering, brakes, windows, antenna, seat, rear defogger, Wonderbar radio with foot tuner, Guidematic. Rebuilt engine, transmission, suspension and brakes. 89,000 miles. Repainted, detailed underhood, very nice trim and interior, alloy wheels with wide tires plus originals included. Also includes window sticker, owners manual and shop manual. If interested PM me with your e-mail for a Dropbox link to over 100 photos and a detailed fact sheet. Asking $16,900.
  19. These are two different types of original Charles Peckat sun visor mounting brackets that I’ve had for awhile and not going to use. If you take both I’ll sell for $295 if you want one I’ll sell for $195 either way you pay $10 for shipping if out of country shipping will be the quoted after I get the price at post office. Thanks
  20. I have a set of all steel fenders that I made for my 1932 Plymouth coupe, original width 18GA cold roll steel, I made myself a new set 3" wider to accommodate larger tires. The fenders have a steel support wire rolled in the reveal. The set of fenders $1800.00 + freight
  21. 1967 Galaxie XL Sunvisors. $80 For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  22. 1967 Galaxie XL Horn Ring. $40 For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  23. 1968 Galaxie Floor Shift Steering Column. $199 For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  24. 1963 Galaxie 500 XL PS or DS Door Shell-Rust Free. No Damage. $200 each For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591 Wing windows, regulators, and chrome are also available.
  25. Not mine, but seems it would be of interest in this forum, not sure if it represents good value at listed 69,900 https://classiccars.com/listings/view/1272530/1928-auburn-phaeton-for-sale-in-cornelius-north-carolina-28031