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  1. This is a NOS GM Coolant Overflow Recovery Tank for 1979 Oldsmobile Toronado. It has a little dirt on the outside here and there from shelf storage at the dealership over the years, but I guarantee that it is an NOS piece. The price is $85, plus shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  2. This 1912 Model 35 Buick touring is a super running car. A largely original car. 2 recent AACA reliability tours with NO problems. Has never overheated or vapor locked I've owned this Buick for about 20 years and driven about 3,000 miles with no breakdown of any kind. Water pump rebuilt and bosch mag with impulse added several years ago. The exterior and interior are presentable. Front seat bottom is not original. Would make a great HPOF car. Hate to see it go but I have storage space issues. Drive it home for just $38,000 obo cell 814 571-9790 nsdeds@hotmail.com
  3. 12 volt Pontiac starter rebuilt last year with very little use. Came of my flathead 6 that I sold but kept the starter. $250 OBO
  4. Pair of # 2 canadian made #2 Gabriel Snubbers. Need restoration but are complete including axle attachments. This paiir has 2 axle attachments which may or may not be correct for your car. If the axles attachments are not correct for your cars I have other options but many are just singles not pairs.... let me knowyour needs. The price is $150 US Funds for the pair as displayed plus shipping Let me know if you need ore pictures or have other questions
  5. Pair of # 1A USA made Balloon type Gabriel Snubbers. Need restoration but are complete including 2 axle attachments but this pair could be used on most cars. The axle attachment may or may not be correct for your car, If the axles attachments are not correct for your cars I have other options but many are just singles not pairs.... let me knowyour needs. The price is $150 US Funds for the pair as displayed plus shipping Let me know if you need ore pictures or have other questions
  6. See pictures for exactly what is fits I have two sets of Manifold Gasket sets as per pictures They are new old stock made in the USA by Fitzgerald gaskets They are $20.00 per set
  7. Really complete 1970 Buick Electra 225 convertible for sale. The car is not mine, operating condition unknown. I do not know much about the car itself pretty much other than what the pictures show. Per the owner.... it is a 455 car complete with engine and transmission. He got the car but did not try and start it as far as I know. He got it out of an estate when someone passed away and it was inside a garage where it had sat and needed to be removed. It has been sitting outside since he picked it up (about 2 months) and the top leaked soaking the rug so it got wet inside with the wet weat
  8. NOS headlight switch for 1935-36 Plymouth, mint condition. $15 plus shipping
  9. NOTE: These hubcaps are very bright and reflective. What you're seeing in the photos are NOT blemishes, scrapes, or dents. You're seeing reflections of me, and trees from around where I took the pictures. This is a set of four 14" 1966-1967 DODGE CHARGER hubcaps that I've had in storage since 1978. They are in wonderful condition overall. These are NOT the kind of beat-up Charger spinner hubcaps you're likely to see at swap meets these days. This set I'm selling was put on my shelves over 40 years ago...back when you could still find these with undented outer rims and spinners wit
  10. A short note to remind newcomers to this Forum and new Riviera owners that I have scans of the original Buick Dealer Service Bulletins for the '63, '64 and '65 Buicks for sale on CD for $10 for '63 and '64, $12 for the '65 (requires 2 CDs), plus my actual postage cost to get it to you. In the USA, Priority Mail is $7.35 right now. Overseas postage is more. I have alternate delivery options to overseas buyers; contact me for details. The scans are a series of PDF files, organized into Groups the way Buick organized them. I also have the '63 Buick Master Chassis Parts
  11. I've been on the fence about selling this for some time and have come to realize that to get the 1931-1933 Auburn I want, we are going to have to part ways. She is pretty sexy to just look at sitting in the garage. Probably. not a whole lot of original 36 Cord Phaeton hot rods from the 40's or early 50's still out there. Very old (50's?) black enamel repaint over the original cigarette cream finish and red tuck and roll Vinyl done very much to the original pattern. Still in good shape. Pretty cool with a full dressed 40's Caddy flathead with Edmunds intake and Heads. Pipes were added at some
  12. Pair of NOS oil seals for Chevrolet truck. I am not sure of the years but someone wrote 1936 on It . YOu can check the part no. on the box. $5
  13. 1971 1972 Chevy Caprice Metal Fender Skirts With Trim Moldings OEM Link to listing on eBay. https://www.ebay.com/itm/402355024733
  14. I have no Knowledge of whether this is any kind of deal or what it could actually be bought for as they say a substantial cash discount but you would have a pretty cool car after investing untold wheelbarrow loads of cash. Also not something you usually see on Craigslist. 1939 Delahaye 135M Cabriolet, one of two 1939 Letouneur et Marchand bodied 135M's and the only surviving example. 90+% complete. Sitting since 1962. Needs complete restoration. Substantial discount for cash buyer. Will also trade for land in the Canaan/Cornwall/Sharon CT area plus cash. Additional photos are avai
  15. Here's a link to a C/L ad for a rebuilt Chrysler Overdrive that is listed on C/L in Iowa: ($1300, phone number in ad) https://cedarrapids.craigslist.org/pts/d/north-liberty-1936-chrysler-overdrive/7141559433.html
  16. New in the original Ford packaging, 1936-37 Lincoln zephyr exhaust manifold gasket set. I have several of these $7 per set.
  17. NOS distributor drive gear and shaft. I do not know its application but if anyone does let me know and I will update the listing. Mint condition. $25 plus shipping
  18. New exhaust valves for 1932 Chevrolet $6 each, headlight lenses for same $15 each.
  19. Hello I have a 1928 reo parts car for sale. It could also be a very nice restoration project. It is stored indoors. It is located in Sonoma California. If anyone is interested I can post photos and engine numbers.
  20. 1960 All cars Paperback revised January 1961 25.00 1940 to 1948 Body and Sheet Metal all cars April 1949 361 pages 25.00 1936-48 Plymouth Condensed Master part book Sept 1949 485 pages 25.00 1928-33 Plymouth Master Parts List April 1934 some loose pages 25.00 1955-56 Car part book December 1955 Front cover torn the rest is nice 30.00 plus shipping www.arizonaparts.com 480 966 6683 mkolner14@hotmail.com
  21. This pair of body repair panels are designed to replace the floor pans in all 1957 -60 Ford pick up trucks. The panels are die stamped from .043 thick sheet metal by engineering and manufacturing services in Detroit MI. The panels are $150 each, the price is plus shipping PayPal is available for payment. I can ship a pair of these panels to North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin or the upper peninsula of Michigan for $15. I have many other other body repair panels available for these trucks, if you need something else please inquire and I will let you know if I
  22. I have a large lot (55 jars) of KEM fuel pump rebuilding parts from the 1920's thru 1950's. If you rebuild pumps this may be a great deal for you. The labels are missing from most of the jars but the parts could be removed from the jars and sent very cheaply via flatrate box. Open to any offers.
  23. I am selling a 1938 Buick Steering wheel. The wheel was recently recast in Bone Ivory and the chrome spokes are in near perfect shape. The chrome on the hub looks real nice but you can see some pitting. $899.00
  24. 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 hard
  25. 1923 Packard Single Six Series 126 “Runabout” Roadster Convertible. Body Style 233. Outstanding restoration to very high standards. CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) “Full Classic”. Wonderful provenance. This Packard was sold at auction from the estate of Roderic Blood of West Newton Massachusetts in 1966. The auction catalog stated the car was last used in 1950 it was original, complete and ran beautifully. The Runabout would be purchased by a Doctor and later had it restored. It has been looked after by Packard enthusiasts ever since. Finished in blue with black fenders. The interior is fin
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