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  1. 1959 Oldsmobile Super 88 Holiday Scenic Coupe with Air Conditioning. Model 59-3537. Outstanding. From California. Built in Southgate California. Restored to very high standards. Only 20,259 built. The longest Tail Fins ever produced! The Tail Fins are 208” long! Lee Petty Drove a 1959 Oldsmobile to Victory at the Daytona 500! Finished in Color code correct Russet with a Polaris White roof. Trim code correct Grey and Ivory interior. Powered by a 394 cubic inch Rocket V-8 which Oldsmobile rated at 315 horsepower. Dual exhaust. Automatic transmission. This Super 88 is loaded with lots of great features. Cold Air Conditioning! Power Steering. Power Brakes. “Safety Spectrum” Speedometer. Tinted Glass. 6-way Power Seat. Am Radio. Clock. Day-Nite Mirror. Driver side mirror. Reversing Lamps. Passenger Vanity Mirror. Oldsmobile Floor Mats. Wide White Wall tires. Front and Rear Seatbelts for Safety. Excellent Road Manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $52,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Oldsmobile in action:
  2. 1931 Ford Model A Slant Windshield Town Sedan. Off frame restoration to very high standards. Highly detailed chassis. From the long term collection of a Model A enthusiast. ALL Steel. Finished in Ford Maroon with Vermillion wheels and pinstripe. LeBaron Bonney Tan Mohair interior. Woodgrain window trim. Powered by Ford’s 200 cubic inch flathead 4-cylinder engine which was rated at 40 horsepower. Electric Start. Three speed manual transmission. This Ford is equipped with lots of great features. Winged Moto-Meter. Dash Lamp. Dual outside mirrors. Shocks. Rear mounted spare tire with Ford script tire cover. Goodyear tires. A 6-volt Alternator and Electronic ignition have been added for modern touring. Excellent automobile for AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) as well as Model A Ford Club shows, tours, and club events. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $32,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Ford in action:
  3. 1964 Ford Thunderbird Convertible with Roadster Kit and Factory Air Conditioning. Excellent. Restored. The previous enthusiast enjoyed this wonderful Thunderbird for over 15 years. 98,892 Documented miles. The Core Support, Cowl, and Door Tag Numbers ALL Match! Only 9,198 produced. Finished in Raven Black with Trim Code Correct Turquoise interior and White Convertible Power Top. Powered by Ford’s 390 Cubic Inch V8 which was rated at 300 horsepower. Dual Exhaust. Automatic Transmission. Equip with lots of great features. Factory Air Conditioning. Roadster Kit. Slide-Away Steering Wheel. Bucket Seat Console Interior. Power Steering. Power Brakes. Power Windows. Power Top. Power Driver Seat. Am Radio. Clock. Day-Nite Mirror. Remote Driver Mirror. Seat Belts. White Wall Radial tires. Excellent Road Manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $37,500 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Thunderbird in action:
  4. I am an AACA member and co-author of the soon to be release coffee-table book “Great Grilles of the ‘50s.” It features the backstories behind some of the most iconic front grilles from Detroit’s golden era of automotive design, including the 1953 Packard Caribbean, the 1957 Cadillac Eldorado, the 1958 Edsel and the 1953 Oldsmobile Fiesta. A special chapter also showcases many of the cars that featured “Dagmar” bumpers throughout the decade. Many of the photos and company ads were supplied by the AACA Library. “Great Grilles of the ‘50s” will be available in September from MT Publishing. You can order yours now at a special pre-order price through June 30 at mtpublishing.com. Mark Misercola
  5. Incredible survivor. 100+ pics and full description at https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1953-ford-2681-mile-ranch-wagon/
  6. https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/chatham-kent/barn-find-classic-cars/1431151302?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true Not mine, just a lead. This Hudson (picture 6) is complete but apart. An 84 year old gent in SW Ontario is clearing out his hoard.
  7. 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
  8. https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/chatham-kent/barn-find-classic-cars/1431151302?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true This hoard belongs to an 84 year old gent who has collected for years.He's near the Detroit border with Ontario. Literally tons of stuff. I was just down to see him on Monday. Jim
  9. From estate that contained 40's era GM cars. Appears to be a NOS Fulton Visor in factory primer. In storage 40 years. No attaching hardware. Mint- no dents rust etc. Can deliver to Carlisle or Hershey at No Charge with pre payment or you can pick it up in Northern Va. $295.00 Nick at 703-966-8422
  10. Friends, Cleaning out some accumulated parts so thought I'd offer them for sale. I have (2) 1937 Chevy cowl vents, both in good condition $20 each / $20 shipping to US. (They are the same size!) I have (1) 1937 Chevy instrument cluster, condition unknown. $30 / $20 shipping to US. I have a pair of headlight bucket mounts, solid but somewhat pitted. The visible section when painted/mounted is pretty clean. $50 for the pair / $15 shipping to US. I have one original ashtray. Rusty and worn but otherwise ok. $15 / $10 shipping to US. If you're interested in multiple pieces make an offer and I'll reduce shipping costs. Easiest is to email me: mjehrlich at gmail dot com Paypal please.
  11. 1923 Duesenberg Model A M&I Touring for sale. 100% authentic restoration. Third in class 2015 Pebble Beach Concours. Currently on eBay for $349,000, trades considered. Fascinating history. Vehicle located in Los Angeles. Additional info and images here.
  12. Mecum's upcoming May, 2019 auction in Indianapolis lists a remarkable array of pre-war Buicks, and I assume that these might all come from the same collection. Every year of Series 90 Limited is represented from 1937 - 1942, and there's a stunning 1942 Roadmaster Sedanette and a 1949 Roadmaster Estate Wagon offered as well.
  13. Pair of 1932 Studebaker Headlights,will need trim repair and lens,restore them or run them as is for that perfect patina look...$500.00,plus shipping...
  14. 1930 Model A Cowl. $250 For more information or photo's give me a call. 406-543-2591
  15. 1931 Model A Cowl. $250 For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  16. Ford 59A Flywheel Cover. $75 For more information or photo's give me a call.
  17. Hi Everyone, I just found and joined this great site. I have recently came into ownership of approximately 500 radios from 1950's to mid 1970's for predominantly American cars. They are from a car audio shop of 40 plus years in Hawthorne, CA whereby the owner carefully boxed and labeled the radios when he removed to install "hi fi" systems. Many appear to be in great shape with faceplates and knobs, some are not. Some are vacuum tube radios from the late 50's. I have not inventoried it all, but some of the boxes are labeled with the makes/models like Mopar, Cadillac, Mercury, Studebaker, Buick, Pontiac. My C1 vette friend said to "look for wonderbars". I cannot guarantee working condition but if you're looking for a period correct radio to refurbish or parts , there's a chance I may have it. I'm trying to avoid the Ebay route so shoot me a message or email at steventochi@outlook.com. Thanks, enjoy the pictures. Steve
  18. 1920 Buick for sale. The frame has been cut off to make it into a tractor. Serial tag on frame rail by gas tank #658095. Engine #652402. The second transmission has "bohnalite" and 22802 cast in it. The case appears to be all aluminum and the shift tower has a yale lock in it. The rear end is worm drive from a truck. I have the back end of the frame with the serial tag and what's left of the gas tank, the other headlight and both trim rings, the rear body sheet metal(I believe), the right front door skin, the hood with handles and latch hardware, possibly a chrome bumper. I also have what I believe is some of the aluminum pieces that go on the edge of the floorboards. Let me know if you want more specific pictures or have any questions. $500/make offer Located in St. Joseph, MN
  19. I just saw this ad on Craigslist. It's a pretty darn nice California transplant. I think it's reasonably priced especially given the cost of chroming and interior work to bring a crappy one to this level. https://utica.craigslist.org/cto/d/marcy-1958-buick-2dr-ht/6893886024.html THIS IS THE KING OF CHROME FOR 1958. ORIGINAL CALIFORNIA CAR WITH ALL FACTORY SHEET METAL.EXCELLENT ORIGINAL CHROME AND INTERIOR. POWER BRAKES AND TINTED GLASS.ENGINE RUNS FINE AND TRANSMISSON WORKS SMOOTHLY.THIS IS A TRUE SURVIVOR FROM BUMPER TO BUMPER. POSSIBLE TRADE FOR EARLY MODEL CORVETTE ….1972 OR OLDER....WILL ADD MONEYFOR THE RIGHT CAR. CALL ME ANYTIME BEFORE 9PM FOR MORE DETAILS..THANKS.PS...I DO NOT TEXT
  20. *SOLD* Look, this isn't an amazing car. But it's a very good car and I have to admit that every time I look at it in the showroom, I say to myself, "That's really a nice car." It has lived its entire life in Florida, so it's not rusty or wrecked, and it shows just 67,193 original miles. It was repainted in its original Glacier Blue about 10 years ago and it still looks great--nice shine, good bodywork underneath, and the bold color is rather appealing with the white leather interior. It's a 350 car, so it runs well and isn't a gas hog, and I doubt you'll notice the difference in performance over the 455 unless you drive around with your foot on the floor. The interior is all original and in very good shape and everything works: cold A/C, windows power up and down, doors lock, gauges all working. The only thing that isn't working is the original radio, but that's because there's an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit hidden in the glove box. Nice. The white power top goes up and down easily and has a glass rear window, although it does have a split seam in the usual spot just behind the left rear window. Not serious, but they all eventually split that seam. The weather seals on the windshield A-pillar are a bit shredded but we ordered new ones and will install them once they're off backorder, and the heater core is bypassed, which, in combination with the brand new one in the trunk, makes me assume it's buggered. I'll also assume that you guys are experienced and savvy enough to understand the difference between rust and rot--the undercarriage has surface rust in some areas but no rot or holes in the floors, mostly thanks to a life in Florida. Runs and drives great, there's a newer exhaust system, and the Buick Road Wheels always look great. Like I said, not perfect, not totally amazing, but with a little TLC, it could be and even as a driver, it needs no excuses. A lot of top-down luxury cruiser for only $16,900. Thanks for reading!
  21. I have 4 spoked wheels with 19" white walls. The wheels have the hubs in them and the rear brake drums spokes are less than 2 years old I have removed them from a 1918 D/B touring car tires are excellent. Please put me on the money. Mike
  22. I'm willing to try to start an ongoing thread that would alert any prospective buyers to what I would call deals on earlier Rivieras that a person might not otherwise find. I'd also think that it could be used to ask others who are looking to see what's in areas to which they don't have access unless they're willing to look at every city that has a Craigslist. Don't post anything other than a title and a link. You're not responsible for anything other than letting others know what's out there. It's up to them to make contact and get details. I'll start with this one: a 1966 Gran Sport in Cole Camp, Missouri (Central close to the Lake of the Ozarks.) http://kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/5822062304.html
  23. I have hundreds of rebuilt water and fuel pumps to sell for all makes and models cars and trucks from 1929-1970. Prices from $30.00 to $100.00 plus shipping. 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com It is best to Email or call me. Marv.
  24. Selling my '40 Special, it's all fixed up and running great, mechanically perfect, only asking $8,000 for it. Use it as a daily driver. . .
  25. 1938 Ford Deluxe Front Fenders. $ 250 Each For more information or photo's give me a call. 406-543-2591