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  1. This is a complicated story, so bear with me. The black '37 Roadmaster that fell out of the back of the New Hampshire barn last year, and is the subject of a superbly written article by Tom Smith in this month's Buick Bugle, is now mine. Tom bought the car last year, drove it from New Hampshire to Texas (with an interruption in Cleveland, Ohio due to fuel starvation problems). Other than needing a new fuel filter and new brakes, which was done during the trip, the car made the trip just fine at interstate highway speeds! It has its original 320 straight eight, and except for front seat upholstery, the interior is totally original and in amazing condition. Paint is an older repaint. The fall out of the barn damaged the grille, front bumper, front bumper braces, and the sheet metal shell around the grille (I have a replacement shell coming). It did not touch the hood, the radiator, or the engine. Odometer shows 41,000 miles--I could be convinced based on interior condition, but I'm not going to speculate about that. Engine is very, very healthy and does not smoke. Remember, it just completed a 2,000-mile trip! This week, I received the car and its clear Texas title from Tom Smith, in exchange for considerable work that we did on his other, restored, 1937 Roadmaster--minus the heater and the windshield wipers , which he had us transfer to his other Roadmaster. I think I have most of the needed wiper parts among my parts stash. I have paid for and will soon be receiving a good grille shell for this car (have not located a Roadmaster grille--Limited or Roadmaster only--a very good welder might be able to repair the old one). What would you do if you owned this car now? Drive it as-is? I do not need another project. Do a total restoration? Part it out? Fix only the collision damage and then sell to recover my costs? My feeling is that it's too good to part out. It actually runs and drives better than the restored '37 Roadmaster that we worked on last month. It lacks side-mounts but is extremely solid, showing no rust nor wood deterioration. I will sell it for $5,500 with the replacement grille surround and with all wiper parts I can round up for it. It can be driven home. If a buyer is interested, I will restore the rest of the damage to the best of my ability at additional cost--front bumper mount areas will need to be straightened and undamaged bumper mounts found. I have located a replacement bumper. In the near future, the car will need the exhaust manifold pieces replaced, as there are a couple of cracks beginning. I have replacement parts for that here--price negotiable. I"m really on the fence as to what to do. The Roadmaster is located in Bonham, Texas 75418 , which is 75 miles northeast of Dallas. All constructive opinions, suggestions, and inquiries are welcomed. At this time, I am not selling any parts from this car. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  2. 1915 Packard Twin Six Series 1-25 Model 118 Seven Passenger Touring. Spectacular Automobile! This is one of the oldest surviving Packard Twin Six known to exist. One of the most important Packards in existence. The Twin Six was introduced in May of 1915. After driving a new Twin Six from New York to San Francisco Packard President Henry Joy called the new Packard “The greatest piece of machinery that ever went over the highways”. The new Twin Six won the only Grand Prize Medal awarded at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. The Twin Six was designed by Packard Engineer Jesse Vincent. It was Packard’s response to Cadillac’s V-8 which had been released earlier in the year. This Packard has great provenance. Known Ownership History. Records and documentation accompany this fine Packard dating back to 1969. Formerly owned by Bradley Skinner who was considered to be the foremost expert on the Twin Six Packard. The Packard Club presents an award each year named for Mr. Skinner. It has received a recent mechanical freshening and has been successfully toured over the last several years. We completed an 80-mile day trip with ease. Finished in Black and Dark Blue. The interior is finished in Black Button Tufted Leather that is as comfortable as a living room sofa. 125 inch wheelbase. Powered by Packard’s 424 Cubic Inch Twin Six (12-cylinder) which was rated at 88 horsepower. Tremendous amounts or torque. Three Speed Transmission. This Packard travels comfortably at modern highway speeds. Electric Starter and lighting. A “Stop” lamp has been added for safety. Features include dual rear mounted spare tires. Rear jump seats. Dual outside mirrors. Running board mounted tool box. Cocoa Step Plates. Waltham 8-day clock. Front Bumper. Arro-Meter. Air Compressor for tire service. This outstanding Packard is Horseless Carriage Club of America (HCCA) Tour eligible. This Packard is a Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “Full Classic”. This Packard is eligible for Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Tours, Shows and other Club events. This Packard is most certainly eligible for Packard Club Tours, Shows and events. This Packard would also be welcomed at countless other Concours d’Elegance type car shows. This Packard will certainly draw a crowd where ever it is displayed. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $250,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Packard in action:
  3. 1912 Ford Model T Runabout “Roadster” Convertible with Pickup Box. Spectacular brass era Model T. Excellent. Off frame restoration to very high standards. Finished in proper Red. Black button tufted seat. Black cloth top. Speedometer. Clock. Brass Moto-Meter with Dog Bone. Brass Ford Script Step Plate. E&J brass headlamps, side lamps and tail lamp. A modern acetylene tank is mounted being the seat and provides gas for the working headlamps. An Accessory electric STOP lamp has been mounted for modern touring. Running board mounted tool box. 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. White Rubber 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. $55,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch the great Ford in action:
  4. 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Deluxe Touring Sedan. Model 6219-D. Absolutely Stunning! One of the most beautiful automobiles ever produced. Spectacular Off Frame Restoration to exacting standards. Odometer showing only 700 miles! Highly detailed chassis. CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) “Full Classic”. Ready for Show and or Car-A-Van touring. Documented California Automobile. Sold new by world famous Don Lee Cadillac in Los Angeles California. Copy of Factory Order sheet. Only 7,754 examples produced. Finished in color code correct Black with Vincennes Red wheels. Trim code correct Tan Heather Broadcloth interior. Outstanding Wood Grain dashboard and window trim. Powered by the proven Cadillac 346 cubic inch Flathead V-8 which was rated at 150 horsepower. Three Speed manual transmission. This Cadillac is equipped with lots of great options and accessories. Windshield Sun Visor. Heater. Defroster. AM Radio. Power Antenna. Clock. Turn Signals. Driver and Passenger Outside mirrors. Tissue Dispenser. Windshield Washer Jar. Trunk Lamp. Engine Oil Filter. Radial Wide White Wall tires. Excellent automobile for CCCA, AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) and CLC (Cadillac LaSalle Club) Club Events and Tours. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $54,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this beautiful Cadillac in action:
  5. have good 1968 MGB that needs finishing $3,750 or offer... lots of new stuff,extra engine block,body solid no rust..3 tops one hard top 2 rag plus grill and lots of new upholstery..located Bishop ,ca 93514 call 760-873-4972 or cell 208-866-5971 keep trying as he is in and out ...clean calif title and new 2021 tags and Darrel or email me thinks all parts are there..need to come and look.
  6. Here's a good price on a fairly rare Overdrive transmission. As I understand it, this particular model came in '52 to '56 Plymouths originally. What else it will fit (with or without mods) I don't know. The seller offers it with a frozen up '55 Ply six engine, but I'm sure he would separate the two:
  7. Just listed today For Sale on Craigslist 1957 Buick Roadmaster 2-Door in Big Bend, Wisconsin - $15,000 - call Chris: (262) 366-3010 Link: Seller's Description: This is a very original rare Buick 2 Door Roadmaster that starts, stops and drives down the road straight as an arrow. From what I have been told this is a screaming deal. This car still has the original mufflers and shocks with very minimal rust. Once again, very original and unmolested. This car can be brought back to its original glory with minimal effort. Please contact me if you have additional questions. 1957 Buick Roadmaster 76A Riviera Kearney green and antique ivory 2 tone paint • 2 door hard top • This is a rare vehicle. Only 2812 cars produced. • 364 Nail Head V8 Motor • Dynaflow transmission (2 speed automatic) • Factory power steering • Factory power brakes • Factory power windows • Factory power seat • Trunk compartment original. All original panels intact. • Runs smooth, starts with the press of the gas pedal. • Car runs and drives excellent like a 1957 Buick Roadmaster should. • Gas pedal start • The exterior of the car appears to be all original (see photos) • The interior has rips and tears but appears to be all original (see photos) • The doors, hood and trunk all open and close with ease. • Underneath the car looks good and solid (see photos) • Car speedometer stopped working at 47,000 miles • Clock and radio do not work • All windows go up and down • Solid original car with some rust • Solid undercarriage and frame • Clear Wisconsin title • Good solid survivor car that gets a lot of attention at local car shows. This is a re-list for a No-Sale Ebay auction that ended March 19, 2020 for a Buy-It-Now Price of $15,000 Also posted in Cars For Sale here October 18, 2019: "Asking $ 12,000.00"
  8. For Sale on Craigslist 1955 Studebaker Commander 2-Door Sedan in Bee Cave, TX - $17,995 - Call or text Kerry: 404 312-9380 Link: Seller's Description: This rare and exotic 1955 Studebaker Commander is for sale at $17,995. The exterior of this Studebaker is what really turn heads at car shows, Encino Cream ( yellow) and Sonora Beige (white) exterior. For those who are looking to stand out while others are simply trying to blend in, this car is for you! It has been owned by a quality car collector in Austin Texas for 8 years. Recent total brake work and maintenance receipts for over $3K Recent Rebuilt Automatic Transmission with transferable warranty $3K New shocks with working cold air conditioning, (even in Austin Summers) and Freon for AC is 134A. Power steering. After market radio was added, Original radio is no longer available. Wide white wall tires in good condition. Car shows 7K miles, not sure of original mileage. Engine is an original 259Cu In V8 , with an automatic transmission Recent electric Auxiliary fuel pump Dual exhaust that runs, drives and brakes well . New radiator and electric cooling fan with the thermostat set at 160 degrees to come on This Studebaker has been converted to 12 Volt system with an alternator. The car has a completely redone interior ( non original) seats, headliner, sun visors, carpet, seat belts and floor mats . Trunk with carpet and spare tire cover. Looks good and very presentable. All of the bright work look good. The bumper and grill on the Commander are impressive with excessive amounts of chrome that scream 1950's! Adorned with plenty of polished accents and whitewall tires, This Studebaker walks on the fine line of sporty ,sexy, classy and elegant. No visible rust. Honest car by honest seller. Call/text Kerry's cell at 404-312-9380 with any questions. I do not answer blocked or unknown numbers. Leave a Voice Mail. If you number is blocked I can't call you back. Car and owner are located in Austin Texas. Clear title in the owners name.
  9. For Sale on Craigslist 1953 Pontiac Station Wagon in Buckley, WA - $9,900 - Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to Link: Seller's Description: 1953 Pontiac wagon. Very rare. Straight 8 with automatic transmission. First year for power steering. No rust anywhere, except front floorboards. I have the patch panels and was about to replace, but am on the fence about keeping the car. Drives like new and most everything works- the hood emblem even lights up. Currently has 1961 Pontiac wheels with wide whites on it, but I Also have the original wheels and hubcaps. 100% complete driver with some extra parts.
  10. For Sale on Craigslist 1955 Lincoln Capri 2-Door Hardtop Coupe - $14,000 - Call Richard: (920) 428-1214 Link: Seller's Description: Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Seats and also Power Windows 371 Lincoln engine automatic and a Oklahoma car. We must sell 14,000 or best offer. Please CALL NO NOT TEXT HE IS 80 YEARS OLD AND DON'T KNOW HOW TO TEXT 1-920-428-1214
  11. For Sale on Craigslist 1956 Buick Super Riviera 4-Door Hardtop in Tomahawk, WI - $4,500 - Call Red 715-966-1166 Link: Seller's Description: For Sale: 1956 Buick Super, Riviera (4 dr. Hard top). completely stock. Has a 322 "Nail-head", V8 engine and automatic transmission. The car is solid and has very little rust. It was factory equipped with Power steering, Power brakes and Dual exhaust. I have some parts for it. (Hood ornament, Side stainless trim, Ignition switch and key). I will include a GM Parts number/interchange book. Odometer shows 97,661 miles. "Rare dealer ordered car".... Exterior color is Sea foam green and the hard top roof color is dark green metallic. Body code number plate, verifies this to be factory stock color combination. Needs a couple new side windows as they have cracks. Flat glass, can be cut /purchased from any auto glass business. This is a true "barn find" car and hasn't run in several years. The engine turns over and the car rolls as it should. I have not tried to start the car and do not have the time to do so. If you have questions about the car , call me and I will do my best to answer them. Car will need to be hauled on trailer, or rollback hauled. I can assist with either. Clear Wisconsin title, in my name. Asking $4500.00 CALLS ONLY, no texts or emails...I don't answer them. CALLS ONLY 715-966-1166 Thanks, Red
  12. For Sale on Craigslist 1961 Buick LeSabre Convertible in Chino, CA - $8,900 - Please call 626 9O5-52I2 Link: Seller's Description: 61 Buick Original 364 V8 nailhead and Dynaflow automatic transmission Complete car with all trim in great shape. Body has rust and the top should be replaced. Newer white wall tires, new water pump, new fuel Pump and filter. Clean title in my name with current registration. No tire kickers or low ballers. $8,900 cash 626 9O5-52I2
  13. 1941 Buick Buisness Coupe. Not running Straight 8 with dual carbs, Asking $9000. Phone calls only please Call Danny 419-397-2295. Please leave phone number in message if no answer. Land Lind with no Tex or Caller ID Thanks
  14. Posting for a local car club friend. $7900 The car is located in Suffolk County, Long Island: 110 Horsepower 4 speed 45,000 original miles Clean, dry, well cared for Corvair, driven daily All the annoying Corvair issues have been addressed Call Ken at 631-880-8489
  15. Here's a link to a '26 Buick hearse that's for sale on C/L in North Dakota. I don't think that the body wood would survive even being gently winched up into an enclosed trailer. The price is ridiculous at $10,000. Still, I thought maybe one of you would enjoy seeing it, as it is rare. I'll bet that someone really thought they were modernizing it by swapping out the original headlights with some late thirties units.
  16. I am not sure what it is. Will run on its own with only about 4 to 6 volts dc applied
  17. 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.)
  18. 1968 Cadillac Convertible. Sharp!! Laser straight California car!! Original 472 w/upgraded EFI Snaper System (no vaper lock issue) Drive this car anywhere. Over $5k spent on wheels and tires. (have original wheels if you dont like these) Beautiful white interior. No cracks on dash(beautiful cluster and chrome) Upgraded lights. All guages work as they should. Horn works. Wipers work. Gas guage works. New radio system with bluetooth (great sound) Turn key ready to drive. $29,000.00 Location -Indiana 708-893-0212
  19. For Sale on Craigslist 1941 7533F Cadillac Limo in Los Angeles, CA - Contact Seller for price - Reply to Seller through craigslist email to Link: Seller's Description: The Fleetwood Series 7533F was the “Cadillac of Cadillacs” Finished in stunning all black with beautiful original upholstery to the front and rear seats. This magnificent motorcar is all original. The paint job was done a couple years back and is still in excellent condition. Everything is all original and in excellent condition. This car has been shown at many National and Regional shows and has collected numerous first place awards. This car recently won 2nd place at the Grand National here in Las Vegas in 2017 and it was also featured at the Concourse d’Elegance here in Las Vegas. Only 757 series 75 limousines were built and only less than a 100 were made into the Touring Imperial 7 passenger models. The door and window handles are inlaid with gold. The car has an electric partition divider and has a 3 on the tree transmission. This extraordinary rare Cadillac is among one of the finest examples you may ever have the opportunity to own. This Cadillac was also featured in the Cadillac Magazine “The Self Starter” The car drives fine, very quiet. The transmission runs great. The engine is a 346 Cubic Inch Cadillac V-8 Flathead with 3-speed manual transmission. BUYING AS IS!!! NO WARRANTY!!
  20. Six '31-'32 Chevy Grille shells, two with radiators, three with good badges, one with headlight bar and headlights. One headlight bar with buckets, one headlight bar with complete headlights, seven TWILIGHT CHEVROLET lenses, one nice complete headlight. Four Carburetors, one intake manifold, one 1928 exhaust manifold, two 1926-27 4-cylinder single port heads. Would like to sell the whole grouping. $900/OBO I plan to make a run to Carlisle on Friday the 19th to deliver some parts whether the show gets cancelled or not. Can deliver anywhere along I-81 between Staunton, Va and Carlisle, Pa.
  21. For Sale on Craigslist 1956 Plymouth Belvedere 4-Door Sedan in Austin, TX - $11,500 - Please call 512-963-8144 Link: Seller's Description: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere Sedan, flathead V6, 90k original miles, 3 Speed on column, super clean inside and out. It runs and drives flawlessly. $11500 Clean Texas Title in Hand. Please call 512-963-8144.
  22. Just Posted for Sale on Craigslist 1955 Buick Special 2-door hardtop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - $18,500 - Contact: Jackson (414) 544-6041 Seller reduced price 5/19 to $16,500 OBO Link: Seller's Description: 1955 Buick special v8 very rare super clean in and out and runs great. Garage kept asking 18,500 obo. Serious inquiries only.
  23. For Sale on Craigslist 1969 Chrysler Crown Imperial 2-door hardtop in Denver, CO - $11,500 - Call Jay: (303) 296-1688 Link: Seller's Description: This 1969 Chrysler “Crown” Imperial 2 Door Hardtop is in excellent condition for an unrestored driver. This Cruiser gets amazing power from its original High Performance 440 and smooth shifting torqueflite transmission. Plus, it only shows 71,000 miles. All electrical and mechanical systems function as they should. In 1969, the Imperial hardtop was also offered in the Lebaron trim, which had a smaller back window. The Crown Imperial Coupe is hard to find because most were either the Lebaron or the 4 door coupe. The car needs absolutely nothing to enjoy. Repainted some 30 years ago, the finish is very good with a few minor rust bubbles around the lower fender. We took a magnate to search for body filler and only found a small section of filler that is outlined in marker in the photos. The car is missing one fender skirt and should have a vinyl top replacement due to moisture that is starting to show some bubbling. Thankfully, it's an inexpensive fix to remove moisture damage and put a new top on. Asking price is $11,500, but we would look at interesting trades.
  24. For Sale on Craigslist 1962 Chrysler Newport (Survivor) 4-door Sedan in Toledo, Washington - $5,400 - Call or text 541two70six726 Link: Seller's Description: 1962 Chrysler Newport 361 big block runs and drives excellent trans shifts good no rust low miles 58k new brake booster and master has power steering original paint would make a good daily driver or restore any questions call or tex works best 541two70six726
  25. 1964 401 riviera complete nailhead engine and trans needs new home ! 440 541 8526