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  1. I have for sale a set of 4 very nice 1963 4-hole spinner wire wheel covers. The spinner, wheel center and wheel disc are not interchangeable with the 1963 3-hole spinner wire wheel covers. I purchased these from a fellow ROA member soon after I purchased my car. These covers are not perfect and have some dings and scratches that you would expect from 50+ year old wheel covers. That being said they are nice and have a lot going for them. The spinners are very nice and have little or no pitting. They have been disassembled, cleaned and waxed. (more than once) The screws were wire wheeled and clear coated. The flat black portion of the wheel disc on all four covers has been repainted. One of the best things these covers have going for them is that that back side of each cover has no rust or corrosion. This is something that many people selling these covers will try to disguise by painting the backside. These covers are clean. These covers were on my car at the last 2 ROA Conventions. These covers are being sold without the center emblems as I kept them to use on my new set of covers making them usable on several years and models. I am asking $450.00 for the set of 4. This price is $100+ dollars lower than what I paid due to them having no center spinners. Please PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  2. 32 pages plus cover, issued by Buick when the last 200 1999 Riviera "Silver Arrows" were produced. Tracks the Riviera from the first Silver Arrow concept car thru the final 200. Last page is annual production numbers. Mint condition. $30 mailed to US address.
  3. This 1936 Plymouth is in really good shape for being almost 80 years old. We have stripped it down for rebuilding, and we have quite a few original parts. We have also purchased some new ones. Comes with a 318 engine, auto trans, newly rebuilt rack and pinion, new stainless steering column etc, and new $800.00 wiring kit still in the box. We are located in Richmond, TX. Have about $7K tied up in the car, and looking for $3K to sell. The attached pictures show the seats and glass in the car. They have been taken out, but we have them.
  4. I AM SELLING A COMPLETE 1939 FOUR DOOR CHEVROLET, ALL ORIGINAL. I AM ASKING FOR $18500 OR BEST OFFER! SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY! For more info email : mzmsmc13@gmail.com
  5. Brass hubcap for an 1909 'A' Maxwell. The only year with block letters. Has 3 or 4 small dents(easy to push out), there are no tears or cracks. The threads are good.. Asking $60 dollars / OBO. PM me if photos are needed. Thanks--Bob
  6. I have a 401 rebuilt short block from a 1963 Le Sabre JR code S/N 4J35514 for sale. Included are a set of 1964 heads, a 1964 crankshaft, 4 bbl manifold, new camshaft from Summit, new rocker arms and rods, carburetor, starter, alternator, exhaust manifolds, air cleaner, oil pump, fuel pump, water pump, PS pump, vibration damper, distributer, valve covers, valley cover, Pan, Gasket Set, Spark plugs, and new motor mounts. $1500.00 OBO. Located in central California. PM me for pictures (too many to show here).
  7. Hi Folks, It's a bit sad but I've come to the conclusion I want to sell my 1995 Buick Roadmaster. It's a lovely vehicle with only 52000 miles on the meeter. It's fully loaded with every extra you could get that year, bar CD player and engine block heater. We still have the window sticker and all it's owners manuals including the folder. It's absolutely zero rust car with flawless paint and dinoc wood. The very sensitive fake wood moldings are also in excellent condition if you exclude about 1” at the very front the arrow point on the passenger sides front fender. It' s just as lovely on the inside too, with minimal wear. Likewise the undercarriage is also very nice with only the light oxidation which is normal on control arms and the frame. . We have just detailed the wagon. It's not like it's in need of it but this is a wagon looking close to factory new so I think it deserves it. I've always keep it covered and a majority of it's life its been garaged. There is no fading or discoloration anywhere, and the leather is still supple as it was when it was new. Just to clarify I thought I would include the list of the options she was ordered with. No unfortunately she doesn't have a built in CD player but she does have a Sony CD changer. It's mounted in the trunks side storage area, and the remote in mounted in the ashtray, and to use it you just just dial it in on the stereo. I've assigned radio button No6 for just this purpose. The list (pm me for complete rpo list); * Limited wagon package * Leather 55/45 front seat with storage armrest * Trailer towing package * Memory drivers seat with heated driver and passenger seat * Full size aluminum spare * California emissions * Axel limited slip differential Known faults or blemishes: * A/C compressor shaft seal is leaking. Think the best would be to just fix the seal rather than exchange the compressor that way the wagon will keep as much of its original bits. * Hood ornament broken don't ask me how but it is. I have a “new” one so it's a easy fix, and will be fixed before delivery * Small crack in leather near the power lumbar switch. This must be a common fault on all cars with power lumbar and power heater switcher. The metal mounting bracket inside the seat is too tall and over time it will pierce the leather. I've already taken care of the metal bracket and when we bought the car we did a temporary fix of the leater, it's tiny so you need to look good to see it. * One of the side mirrors has a crack. Will also be fixed before delivery * There are scrape on the outer corner of the rear bumpers I'm sure I will find some more small stuff as I detail but it should not be much since I have a pretty good check on the state of my Buick. The last picture is the state of it before starting the detailing. Ah yes this wagon will be ready for delivery in about 6 weeks time either in Jacksonville or Baltimore. It's currently with me in Europe (south west Sweden), but since I never registered it here and there is only limited interest of it over here I thought I wold just let it go back to where she belongs. Car will be delivered by us in and around either the Jacksonville or Baltimore and payment will take place at the time of delivery in the US (delivery to us port is included in the price). I'm not selling because I want to but because I need to focus on what I have. I already have four other classic Buick wagons that are dear to us, plus a whole bunch of other classic wagons so this one simply has to go in order downsize the collection which is a bit too big. That said I'm not rush selling it, more interested that it goes to the right owner and to a fair price, we are looking at offers from Buick wagon lovers above $9k. Forgot to say we have a clear title and pink slip in hand, you shoudl just be able to walk into the DMV to register the wagon. . Cheers Dyna PS: No we are not using ArmorAll or other silicon based shine enhancement agents simly because they are faking it.
  8. Intake manifold and carb for 322.Good shape, no cracks carb all there, needs kit.$250 Air cleaner available . La Center Wa
  9. Asking $185,000. MAGNIFICENT & RARE ! Absolutely breathtaking 1958 Buick Limited Convertible. Limited Convertible models are RARE...RARE...RARE. History Owned by one family until about 5 years ago. I have the original owner’s certificate. That owner apparently performed the restoration and passed a few years later. The car was sold at auction to a dealer whom I purchased the car from. Exterior Beautiful repaint in a silver blue which was the original color. There are essentially no blemishes in paint, chrome, glass or stainless. The car is absolutely breathtaking. This particular Buick is referred to as the most heavily chromed and flashy car ever made in the 1950’s. Modern radial tires are mounted. Interior The seats were covered in the original Buick upholstery before I purchased the car. Carpeting appears to match the original. I sourced original Limited fabric for the trunk in the correct color and was installed beautifully Mechanical Engine history is known however it runs beautifully with no missing of vibrations. Starts right up even after sitting for a few weeks. Compression checks out fine. Engine compartment is all correct. Brakes all excellent with no leaks. Rebuilt Flight Pitch Dynaflow works perfectly! If you don’t know these transmissions they are incredible complex and parts availability is low. A local multi-decade experienced shop disassembled, inspected and resealed the unit. Undercarriage Completely detailed to absolute beauty! Also installed is a complete factory correct exhaust system. The classic “Buick Burble” sound is there! Driving The car drives wonderfully, shock absorbers are not weak and no vibrations exist. EXTRAS INCLUDED I have acquired two fantastic options that are not currently installed. First I have a complete original air conditioning system. This includes all mechanical components, dash controls, vents, etc. All components have been rebuilt at considerable expense. This also includes all dash vents, under dash ducting, dash operational controls, and under dash and behind fender heater and condenser units. Next, I have a complete original rebuilt headlight dimming system. This includes the dash mounted sensor, wiring, and proper control box that is mounted behind the left kick panel Work/Repairs Needed An included replacement windshield wiper motor needs to be installed. A included rebuilt speedometer needs to be installed. The foot operated starter engage switch on the carburetor can be hooked up, but I prefer the momentary toggle switch under the dash.
  10. Found this Cluster while cleaning out our attic. I believe it is for a Packard 1955 Clipper the gold centers are a little faded but over all its in good shape. I'm not sure what they go for, so I am just going to ask for best offer and hope it can help someone out with there project car. Located in Claremont NH buyer pays shipping. Please email me at shannamonster@gmail.com or call / text me 603-477-2562.
  11. Lots of old new stock everything still in original packaging. Thermostats are $5 each, Oil Filters $5 each - $40 for the pb 1/2-p filter, $10 each for the windshield blades - $15 each for the 2 windshield wiper arms. Gauges $20 each. Feel free to make offers or if you are buying more than one item we can work out a deal. BUYER PAYS SHIPPING I can send additional pics if requested and I have allot more I will be posting soon. Please email me at shannamonster@gmail.com
  12. Drivers side rear quarter panel, NOS GM, for local pickup near Allentown PA, or possible delivery to Carlisle or Hershey. $800, firm.
  13. 8/31/15 - Selling my personal 1949 Buick Series 50 Sedanette here on ebay: http://www.ebay.com/itm/111753295936?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649 This is a survivor car that has been rebuilt mechanically over the past few years. Same family owned since the 1970s. ROCK SOLID! No rust through. Can ship worldwide. I am in the auto export business and have import agents in Germany, the Netherlands and South Africa. Can ship almost anywhere in the world. More pics at http://s1280.photobucket.com/user/duvoy2/library/1949%20Buick?sort=3&page=1 Mechanically rebuilt (have receipts). . engine and trans rebuilt (2010) . new brakes (2007) . new gas tank (2010) . new radiator core ((2010) . new battery (2009) . new stainless steel exhaust system (2010) . new tires (2009) . New suspension components, front end kit, shock rebuilds, coil springs, shock links etc (2010) . Comes with a Steele Master weatherstrip kit (not installed). For more information, feel free to call me (Dan) at 517 304 6306 - dduvoy@comcast.net Car is located in Brighton Michigan
  14. 8/31/15 - Selling my personal 1949 Buick Series 50 Sedanette : Desirable Torpedo back body style. Straight 8 Dynaflow. A fun car to drive as is, restore or a great candidate for customization. Survivor car that has been rebuilt mechanically over the past few years. Same family owned since the 1970s. This car is ROCK SOLID! No rust through. One repaint many years ago (in the original Gala Green). Finish does show its age. Nice original chrome and interior. Runs great. I've driven this car about 600 miles in the last few months. No "muscle car" performance here but quite enjoyable to drive. Can ship worldwide. I am in the auto export business and have import agents in Germany, the Netherlands and South Africa. Can ship almost anywhere in the world. More pics at http://s1280.photobu...k?sort=3&page=1 Mechanically rebuilt (have receipts). . engine and trans rebuilt (2010) . new brakes (2007) . new gas tank (2010) . new radiator core ((2010) . new battery (2009) . new stainless steel exhaust system (2010) . new tires (2009) . New suspension components, front end kit, shock rebuilds, coil springs, shock links etc (2010) . Comes with a Steele Master weatherstrip kit (not installed). For more information, feel free to call me (Dan) at 517 304 6306 - dduvoy@comcast.net Car is located in Brighton Michigan - Asking $18,900.00 OBO
  15. *SOLD* This lovely 1939 Cadillac 60 Special is the first of several affordable Full Classics that I've acquired recently and even with its very reasonable price tag, I have to say I'm more than pleased with the car. Now, of course it's not a show car and it does have plenty of flaws, but it also has an all-original special order leather interior (I have the build sheet), a freshly rebuilt engine and transmission, and fantastic road manners. If you want a strong-running, powerful, usable Full Classic, this is a great choice. If you want trophies and concours invites, well, move along. But for the price of a three-year-old Hyundai, you're not going to get more Classic car than this. The 60S was originally gray and sometime in the 1990s it was repainted its current cream, which may or may not have been on the Cadillac color pallet in 1939--my chip charts don't show anything like it, but right there on the cover of the Cadillac 60 Special brochure, there's a yellow 60 Special. You decide. At any rate, the body is in very good condition with four doors that close with authority, straight sheetmetal, nice fenders, and a hood that fits well. I have photos of the restoration and it appears to have been a bare-metal respray with significant disassembly, although it looks like the doors stayed on because there's a bit of overspray on the weather-stripping. No big deal. Much of the chrome is original, including the grille, side grilles, and window surrounds, and they're in OK condition, while the bumpers, hood ornament, and a few other bits have been recently refinished and look great. The hood ornament in particular is gorgeous. But overall it has a complete look where nothing stands out as too nice or too deteriorated and you could chip away at the remaining parts over a period of time and really take it up a notch or two. The red leather interior was a special order (it says SO on the cowl tag and on the build sheet) and still looks great. Sure, there's some wear and age to it, but I don't think I'd worry about restoring it. There's a small tear in the leather right under the driver's tailbone where the seat back and seat bottom meet, and another similar blemish in the back seat under the arm rest, but otherwise there's no major damage. Some cracking and wrinkling, sure, but that's no big deal. The door panels might be original, but it's hard to say. The headliner is excellent and the carpets have been recently replaced with some incorrect stuff but it looks fine. The woodgraining on the dash is very good with a few chips and scratches but no fading or bubbling and the gauges have bright clear faces. All the gauges work except the speedometer, but I suspect that's simply because the needle has come loose, because the odometer is still fully functional. There's also an aftermarket mechanical temperature gauge down low. No radio, but it does have a fully functional heater and defroster and even the wipers work. Aftermarket turn signals have been added, with front indicators hidden in the grille. The trunk is nicely trimmed with matching carpets and yes, the tray in the very back of the car has been patched because they all rust there. The 346 cubic inch flathead V8 was rebuilt in 2006 and runs superbly. It's a little tough to start the first time each day, but after you've had it running once during the day, the other starts are almost instant. I suspect I haven't yet mastered the technique this car requires. It makes plenty of oil pressure (30 PSI at warm idle) and has a great V8 burble. It's not cranky, even when it's cold, and it pulls the sedan around easily at modern speeds. The engine was painted and the engine bay is nicely detailed, although it's not showy. There's a 6-volt alternator up front, but that seems to be the only modification and I have to say that I like seeing it charging even at idle with the headlights on. The transmission was also rebuilt, there's a new clutch, and the brakes were done fairly recently so it stops well. The Firestone wide whites probably date back to the 1990s restoration, so I might consider replacing them, but they look good and I'm taking my family on a weekend tour in this car so I'm not too worried about them. We have receipts for work dating back more than 40 years, brochures, a package from Cadillac Historical Services, all amounting to about a 4-inch stack of papers. This is not an expensive car, this is not a show car, but it is a clean, honest car that drives extremely well and looks good. And for $22,900, I challenge you to find a better all-around Full Classic for someone on a budget or who is just getting into the game. Thanks for looking!
  16. *SOLD* This lovely 1939 Cadillac 60 Special is the first of several affordable Full Classics that I've acquired recently and even with its very reasonable price tag, I have to say I'm more than pleased with the car. Now, of course it's not a show car and it does have plenty of flaws, but it also has an all-original special order leather interior (I have the build sheet), a freshly rebuilt engine and transmission, and fantastic road manners. If you want a strong-running, powerful, usable Full Classic, this is a great choice. If you want trophies and concours invites, well, move along. But for the price of a three-year-old Hyundai, you're not going to get more Classic car than this. The 60S was originally gray and sometime in the 1990s it was repainted its current cream, which may or may not have been on the Cadillac color pallet in 1939--my chip charts don't show anything like it, but right there on the cover of the Cadillac 60 Special brochure, there's a yellow 60 Special. You decide. At any rate, the body is in very good condition with four doors that close with authority, straight sheetmetal, nice fenders, and a hood that fits well. I have photos of the restoration and it appears to have been a bare-metal respray with significant disassembly, although it looks like the doors stayed on because there's a bit of overspray on the weather-stripping. No big deal. Much of the chrome is original, including the grille, side grilles, and window surrounds, and they're in OK condition, while the bumpers, hood ornament, and a few other bits have been recently refinished and look great. The hood ornament in particular is gorgeous. But overall it has a complete look where nothing stands out as too nice or too deteriorated and you could chip away at the remaining parts over a period of time and really take it up a notch or two. The red leather interior was a special order (it says SO on the cowl tag and on the build sheet) and still looks great. Sure, there's some wear and age to it, but I don't think I'd worry about restoring it. There's a small tear in the leather right under the driver's tailbone where the seat back and seat bottom meet, and another similar blemish in the back seat under the arm rest, but otherwise there's no major damage. Some cracking and wrinkling, sure, but that's no big deal. The door panels might be original, but it's hard to say. The headliner is excellent and the carpets have been recently replaced with some incorrect stuff but it looks fine. The woodgraining on the dash is very good with a few chips and scratches but no fading or bubbling and the gauges have bright clear faces. All the gauges work except the speedometer, but I suspect that's simply because the needle has come loose, because the odometer is still fully functional. There's also an aftermarket mechanical temperature gauge down low. No radio, but it does have a fully functional heater and defroster and even the wipers work. Aftermarket turn signals have been added, with front indicators hidden in the grille. The trunk is nicely trimmed with matching carpets and yes, the tray in the very back of the car has been patched because they all rust there. The 346 cubic inch flathead V8 was rebuilt in 2006 and runs superbly. It's a little tough to start the first time each day, but after you've had it running once during the day, the other starts are almost instant. I suspect I haven't yet mastered the technique this car requires. It makes plenty of oil pressure (30 PSI at warm idle) and has a great V8 burble. It's not cranky, even when it's cold, and it pulls the sedan around easily at modern speeds. The engine was painted and the engine bay is nicely detailed, although it's not showy. There's a 6-volt alternator up front, but that seems to be the only modification and I have to say that I like seeing it charging even at idle with the headlights on. The transmission was also rebuilt, there's a new clutch, and the brakes were done fairly recently so it stops well. The Firestone wide whites probably date back to the 1990s restoration, so I might consider replacing them, but they look good and I'm taking my family on a weekend tour in this car so I'm not too worried about them. We have receipts for work dating back more than 40 years, brochures, a package from Cadillac Historical Services, all amounting to about a 4-inch stack of papers. This is not an expensive car, this is not a show car, but it is a clean, honest car that drives extremely well and looks good. And for $22,900, I challenge you to find a better all-around Full Classic for someone on a budget or who is just getting into the game. Thanks for looking!
  17. Potter & Potter Auctions, Inc. of Chicago is conducting a two-day auction that includes over 1000 lots, many of which are vintage posters, in a wide range of categories. Included in the sale is a very strong selection of automobilia, including vintage posters, shop manuals, a massive GM photo archive, and much more. Seen here are a few of the vintage posters going up for auction. The Goodyear material came from the attic of a service station in Texas and was received by us in the original mailing tubes, as the posters were never displayed. The sale will be conducted live in our Chicago gallery on Sept. 19th and 20th. Absentee and phone bids are accepted, and the auction will also run online at Liveauctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Contact Potter & Potter with any questions or to place a bid. Potter & Potter Auctions, Inc. 3759 N. Ravenswood Ave. Suite 121 Chicago, IL 60613 773-472-1442 info@potterauctions.com www.potterauctions.com
  18. 2 covers-missing the Ply badge Rods and parts associated with the holddowns. D.S. wheel well Under the dash brackets. 2500.00 OBO Dodge City VintageWorld Wide DeliveryJamestown CA 95327 (USA)+1-209-613-1199dave@dodgecityvintage.com
  19. 1956 Ford F350 Dump For Sale. Bed Info- Series A, Model 54, Length 8.5 ft, Width 6 ft, 1 1/2 Capacity, Fully Functional & Drives Great. Pictures & Video explain it all. $13,000 Located in Central NJ Any questions send me a PM Steve V More Pictures-- http://imgur.com/a/OkiGp
  20. This fender looks so familiar to me but I've been drawing blanks for 2 years. Studebaker? Dodge? Those 2 big rivets should be a dead give away but they're not. Help!
  21. Found on Face Book this one is before our group parameters however I find it a interesting truck...1929 Dodge Panel in San Antonio, Tx. $3,000 O.B.O (210) 822-3867
  22. I think this is a pretty rare part and it sure looks familiar to me but I can't make it out Anyone have an idea what make/model this body panel is for? The part tag looks like VW or BMW, even the part number tag looks familiar to me. It's definitely an import. Any help, direction or guidance would be appreciated!
  23. Shipping costs from S.E. Michigan not shown; Stock 1936 leaf springs - $30 each (front or rear) Stock 1936 3-speed transmission - $50 Stock chromed swan neck shifter handle; 1932 - 38 Ford (4-1/8" from top of pivot ball to bottom tip) - $150 Stock 1932 rear spare tire spreader-bar - $40 Stock 1940 deluxe dash; shell, ashtrays, and standard (no clock) glove box door. In prime, excellent condition - $280 Monroe aftermarket tube shock mount kit- 1935-40 Ford (maybe other years too) 1950's vintage - $50 kit 1935 - '40 Ford CE Mustang master cylinder mount (with or w/o booster) no pedal - NEW $50 Stock 1940 Ford deluxe headlamp doors (rims), no exterior pits, just old chrome! - $50 pair Vintique 1933/1934 Ford rumble seat hinges - NEW $50 Stock 1940 Lincoln Zephyr or Continental chrome grill guard assembly (i.e. one horizontal bar and three uprights) - $150 Touring Car or Phaeton rear seat accessory windshield (no floor supports) needs restoration - $70 Unknown headlamps, believed to be late 1930's International pickup. Black buckets - 9-1/4" dia. x 7" deep. One missing lens. - $50 pair Stock 1934 Ford car grill shell; chrome is all shot but its really usable with some work. Some bar damage at bottom. In storage since 1958. - $250 734-954-075eight Steve Pinckney, MI.
  24. Accessory grill guard for Zephyr or Continental. Places a 3rd bar above the stock 2 bars using (3) upright support bumper guards. Pictured installed on a custom car; does not include the '34 Ford cowl lamps shown. Good old chrome. $150 plus shipping. 734-954-0758 Steve Ann Arbor, MI.