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  1. Past years 1984 thru 2003 Issues of the Woodie Times magazine available. All issues in very good condition. Prefer to sell as one lot for $170. including Fed-Ex delivery to your door in lower 48 states USA. Other locations, please contact for some additional shipping cost. Interest in certain Issues, please contact e-mail or telephone for consideration of sale. Located Indianapolis, IN. Telephone 317-846-4605. Thank you. John 1884 May Issue only. 1987 All 12 Issues. 1988 All 12 Issues. 1989. All 12 Issues. 1990. Mar., Apr., May & July Issues only. 1995 Nov. Issue only. 1997 11 Issues missing Feb. 1998. 10 Issues missing Apr. & July. 1999. 10 Issues missing Aug. & Oct. 2000 7 Issues missing Aug., Sept. & Oct. 2001. Aug. Issue only. 2002 May Issue only. 2003 Feb. Issue only.
  2. 1935-36 NOS Houdaille rear shock arms for Ford Station Wagon and pick up trucks. (Ford part # 50-18052). Price for (2) $100. including Fed-Ex delivery to your door in lower 48 states USA. Other locations, please contact for some additional shipping cost. Located Indianapolis, IN. More information, please telephone 317-846-4605. Thank you. John
  3. 1935-36 NOS Houdaille 3" shock links for front and rear Ford station wagon, passenger and other commercial vehicles. (Ford part # 48 18055A) Price (2) $40. (4) $75. including Fed-Ex delivery to your door in lower 48 states USA. Other locations, please contact for some additional shipping cost. Located Indianapolis, IN. More information, please telephone 317-846-4605. Thank you. John
  4. Found on Facebook in New Jersey: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/665314300624292/?ref=messenger_banner
  5. 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
  6. I have access to 2 of these can anyone help with parts availability and weather they are worth anything, batteries would cost $2,000. Or more Im new here have been restoring square body trucks, but ran across these and just want to find out if it would be worth my time to get them they have been setting outside for at least 10 years and one is missing a hood. Thanks
  7. Over the past few months, I've been making more of an effort to gather affordable, quality cars that are ready to enjoy. We've had many discussions here on this forum, as well as in my shop, about the cost of the hobby driving people away and only late-model leftovers seem to be available to guys on a budget. I decided to do something about that. We recently sold a 1923 Dodge and a 1924 Maxwell, both $16,000 cars that were ready to tour and which would introduce people to the Nickel Era. I sold a nice little Mustang coupe for about $13,000 not too long ago to a young woman who wanted to enjoy the same car her mother had. I sold a Beetle convertible to a young family who just always wanted one. So it's with that in mind that I grabbed this handsome 1940 Pontiac sedan, hoping that some younger person with somewhat limited means would want a taste of the pre-war era. It appears that this handsome Pontiac enjoyed a frame-on restoration not too long ago, perhaps with in the last 10 or 12 years. The color is called Parma Wine, which, despite the awful name, is a correct 1940 Pontiac color (it appears that this car was originally code 80, Black). It's nicely finished and the paint is in decent shape with only a few micro-scratches from being washed and polished over the years, and there's some checking on the deck lid which is probably a prep issue--it's limited to that area alone. Otherwise it looks pretty good and will show well at local events. Most of the chrome is nice, with some being restored and some original but it all looks right and doesn't stand out. I'm not expert enough to know if the interior matches code 92, but the striped cloth looks period-appropriate and is in great shape. Carpets, door panels, and headliner are nice too. Gauges have likely been restored but the clock and radio are not working. The trunk is incorrectly upholstered with black carpets, but it looks trim and has a matching spare and a jack stowed in the tool tray. The 223 cubic inch inline-6 is one of those little engines that punches way above its weight class and the Pontiac zips around town pretty nicely and I've had it on the highway at about 55 MPH without any stress. It shifts well, brakes are good, and while I don't think the body has been off the frame you can see that the floors are in excellent condition--this has never been a rusty car. There's some grunge, but it's pretty darned clean. Those Goodyear wide whites dress it up and I like the design of the tread, making this Poncho look pretty upscale. Price is $14,900 and for that you get a lot of car that's ready to drive and show at casual events. It drives very well, it has no issues that will stop you from having fun, and it's unusual enough that you can stand out among all the Mavericks and '70s Novas that are in its price class. Get in and start having fun!
  8. NOS rear fender fits all body styles of '50-52 Plymouth except fastback and station wagon. Some light creases due to storage. Completely solid, never installed on a car. $275.00 picked-up in or near Freehold, NJ 07728
  9. NOS rear fender fits all body styles of '50-52 Plymouth except fastback and station wagon. Some light creases due to storage. Completely solid, never installed on a car. $275.00 picked-up in or near Freehold, NJ 07728
  10. 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.
  11. In addition to NOS car parts and barn find parts gathered over the past year, I bring some signs etc. Come look at my new temporary space in the Tramway TTA 28.
  12. 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
  13. 1979 Lincoln Continental 4DR. $10,000 (negotiable). White exterior/Champagne (beige) Interior. Original Owner. Low mileage - 25,473. Clear title. All original options. Vinyl roof has been replaced. Accident Free. This car has been mechanically maintained and runs but has never been garaged and needs some detailing TLC and needs to be driven by someone who loves to drive an American classic. Located in Provo, Utah. Contact Lynne @ nanco63@yahoo.com. (806) 553-5381. Serious Inquiries only, please.
  14. Engine, transmission and chassis original. body handmade in aluminum.0miles the car is in California ( south lake tahoe] the tittle is clear and all the papers are from California. the prize is U$S 65000.-
  15. Green 2 door Landau coupe, approximately 128k miles. $7500 OBO Bruce W. Topeka, KS 785-286-2758 Any offers out there? https://topeka.craigslist.org/cto/d/topeka-1977-buick-electra/6996179024.html
  16. 1951 Ford Custom Convertible. Excellent. Off Frame Restoration to Exacting Standards. Detailed Chassis. Black with Brown and Tan Leather interior. 239 Cubic Inch 8BA Flathead V-8. Dual Exhaust. Fordomatic Automatic Transmission. Tan Cloth Power Top. Spot Light. Deluxe hood mascot. Fender Skirts. Back Up Lamps. Locking Gas Door. Door handle guards. Wide White Wall Tires. Outstanding Automobile. Ready to Drive, Show, and Enjoy. $49,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Ford in action:
  17. 1912 Ford Model T Touring. Spectacular brass era Model T. Excellent. Off frame restoration to very high standards. Finished in proper dark blue with grey pinstripes. The interior is finished in Black button tufted leather. Black top with matching boot. E&J brass headlamps. Jno. Brown brass side lamps and tail lamp. The tail lamp has been converted to an electric brake lamp and tail lamp for modern touring. This Model T runs on both battery and magneto. This makes for easy crank starts. Power comes from Ford’s proven 177 cubic inch 4 -cylinder engine. Planetary transmission. 12 rivet rear end. Firestone Tires. Excellent road manners. This Ford would be great for HCCA (Horseless Carriage Club of America), AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) and MTFCA (Model T Ford Club of America) Shows, Tours and Club Events. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $45,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Ford in action:
  18. 1941 Chevrolet Special Deluxe 5 Passenger Coupe. Style 41-1027. One of the most beautiful Chevrolets ever built. Excellent. From the estate of a fussy collector. Known history. Only 62,643 documented miles from new. Finished in color code correct Black. With Tan and Brown Striped Cloth interior. Powered by the correct 1941 AA code 216 cubic inch “Victory Six” engine which Chevrolet rated at 90 horsepower. Three speed transmission with Vacuum Shift Assist. This Chevrolet is equipped with lots of great options and accessories. AM Radio. Clock. Turn Signals. Front and rear bumper guards. Trim Rings. Shark tooth beauty rings. Deluxe Lady Mascot. Wood grained dashboard. Driver and Passenger outside mirrors. Heater. Defroster. Wide White Wall tires. Excellent roads manners. Proven tour car. Completed the Glidden Tour! Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $29,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this wonderful Chevrolet in action:
  19. SBM 17-1. Marked for 47-49 bus...
  20. ~Corvette or Chevy ?~ VALVE COVERS FOR SALE! ORIGINAL 1950's? 1960s? 1970s? I just found these in my storage. Theyve been there aroubd 20 years, I dont know exactly what they are for ....so I am selling them cheap. *** IF ANYONE KNOWS WHAT CARS THEY ARE FOR, YEAR, MODELS ETC...PLEEEEEASE SEND ME A MESSAGE WITH THE INFO. I appreciate the help! Please do your research and make sure they are what you want before buying. No refunds. May have some small pitting, scratches, a ge etc. Payment by Paypal friends & family or US Postal Money order only. They are BOTH CHROME. One has a hole in the top and one dosnt. I pack well and ship very fast. If you want more photos, send me a message. The photos that have file names starting with "A" are the one WITH the hole. The photos that have file names starting with "B" are the one WITH NO hole.
  21. WOODIE 1941-42-46-47-48- FORD AND MERC. LEFT VENT WINDOW AND STAINLESS BAR, $240.. PLUS SHIPPING $240. PLUS SHIPPING
  22. My Brother is selling his 1923 Ford Roadster. Motor has been rebuilt, and is running. Solid car, needing some work, or drive and enjoy as is. $6,200.00 Negotiable. Car is located in Southern Ca. Contact Jeremy at (909)920-3894
  23. Not mine just showed up Here
  24. 1976 Cadillac Sixty Special for Sale Very Good Condition Brown w/Camel interior Garage Kept / No Rust Best Offer
  25. See it on eBay here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/223702068995 Video here: