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  1. 1965-66 Imperial steering wheel #4005ARR horn bar is nice.... the wheel is good for a core rebuild 25.00 plus shipping 480 966 6683
  2. 1965-66 Imperial steering wheel #4005ARR horn bar is nice.... the wheel is good for a core rebuild 25.00 plus shipping 480 966 6683
  3. 1950s or 1960s Imperial hood hinges 40.00 each plus shipping 480 966 6683
  4. 1962 Imperial seat shields from a sedan one is nearly perfect the other has dings in it 20.00 for the pair plus shipping 480 966 6683
  5. 1960-66 C Body battery trays 30.00 each plus shipping
  6. 1) - Front and side views of Supercharged Four and a half litre, Chassis Number SM3905 pictured at rest on the greensward with Burghley House,Lincolnshire, England at the background. Oil on Canvas, 39" wide x 27". Signed "Abrams". Framed. Price: $1800.00. 2) - Three litre 1926 Vanden Plas Speed Model, Chassis Number LT1579 pictured standing on the strand, with sailing ships at the background. Oil on canvas, 27" wide x 23". Signed "Abrams". Framed. Price: $1800.00.
  7. This is a nice one. A really good 63 Roadster with a slightly warmed up 350 installed. Just out of a few years slumber, she's still a good looking car. As seen in the pictures below, black vinyl hard top included, has factory side pipes, 4 spd,. rare power windows that work beautifully. Has a white convertible top, 160 MPH speedometer, woodgrain steering wheel, very nice to near perfect chrome and bright work. Was originally Sebring Silver with a red interior, now Ice Blue and black interior. There's one small area on the body showing through the finish on the right front fender, but past that there's no excuses or apologies. Clean frame too (not rusted or rotten) as well as a very presentable engine compartment, and we're also including a car cover. I'm selling this for a friend but I have the car for easy viewing. If you want a specific picture of something let me know. With the heat and my busy work schedule I might need a day or so but I'll accommodate anyone the best and soonest I can. Priced right and below market according to my research so it may not last long at $38,500. As always sincere and realistic offers will be considered. It's not a fire sale from our end but I'd understand if you feel pressed to get it. Thanks for looking in, and you can reach me here with a P.M., or:highlander809@gmail.comText or voicemail also welcome at 734 637 1421
  8. I have for sale a Charles Sykes bronze statue #17. The statues were hand made dealer of the year awards for the top selling Rolls Royce dealer from the 1920's thru the 1940's. The statue is roughly 2 feet tall and weighs almost 60 pounds. This is an extremely rare and unique piece of art for a collector or Rolls owner. Serious inquires only..I received the statue from my father in laws estate. He was a Rolls Royce mechanic for PA Wood in the UK and also owned his own Rolls Royce repair service business in Atlanta GA for nearly 25 years. Please let me know you if you may have any questions.. $3000.00 or any reasonable offers. Thank you, Todd
  9. Current owner of this 1939 Plymouth Convertible Coupe purchased it from estate of original owner, Jack O’Brien, out of California. We have all the original paperwork including “Bill of Sale”, Title, and much documentation. Jack purchased the Plymouth while at the “Golden Gate International Exposition” in 1939 with a down payment of $1.00 as a deposit to hold the vehicle. The car is unrestored with the exception of a new conv. top, new leather interior (incl. rumble seat) which is an exact duplication of the original, and chrome bumpers. The car also has an older paint job and drives well, although we did notice the brakes starting to bind a little after a test drive. The car has patina from years of use and enjoyment body and mechanicals. Owner purchased the Plymouth in 2007. Only two owners from new. Asking $27,500 and located with me in Smithfield, RI Many pictures can be seen that this link to the new website.
  10. Not Mine. These dont come up very often. Hugh
  11. I have these rocker panels that fit all 1961-64 Cadillacs made by an Amish sheet metal shop who used a die stamped panel that I had from the 1960's as a template. This panel can be used on either side of a four door car by cutting the notch for the door post in the correct location. It can also be used on a two door to replace the area under the door along with the outside bottom of the rear quarter from the door opening to the front of the rear wheel well. This area of a two door car quarter always has the same contour as the rocker panel. all you have to do is trim off the area designed to go up inside of the door from the section that you are going to splice into the quarter panel with. The price on the rockers is $67.50 each plus shipping, please contact me with any questions you may have. Gary Bauer PH 262-549-9583 E-mail
  12. Ok - this lady has been on the block for months. Why no sell??? Chime in please, experts....
  13. This important Lincoln is emerging from a comfortable, 60-year ownership, the ’35 Lincoln Brunn Convertible Sedan on the 145-inch wheelbase, built for Miss Eleonora Randolph Sears. It’s in the Dammann Lincoln-Mercury book and Bev Kimes’ book, but has been hidden in a private collection since the owner, then a 22-year-old sailor, bought it in 1956. Bought by a local hotelier when Miss Sears sold her MA estate in 1953, he kept the car till ’56, when he ran an ad in the N.Y. Times Antique Cars For Sale section. The young sailor responded to the ad but the two couldn’t get together on a price at the time, but finally did later. He called Hermann C. Brunn once to talk about the Lincoln, and was told that he went with his father Hermann A. to deliver the design sketches to Miss Sears at her Boston town home. The current owner was in Boston in the late-’50’s while still in the Navy and went to the same town house, but Miss Sears was out of town; he’d looked her up in the phone book, and the maid said she would have loved to talk about the car had she been in. What sets the Lincoln apart from others is that it’s one-of-one. That, and its level of originality and history. He started to put the top down right after the ’59 repaint, but the leather windlace started cracking, so the top’s not been down in 60 years; hard to believe but true. The aluminum wheel discs were gone before the 1956 purchase, and the sidemount covers and blue V12 disc wheel cover emblems were added in 1959. The car was originally equipped with red V12 disc emblems all ’round, and the only one remaining is on the trunk rack. The Trippe lights were put on in the ’70’s, but they and the turn signals were sensitively installed. The Lincoln has 24K miles, original interior and top, one repaint in ’59 when the bumpers were chromed, and a rebuilt engine about two years ago. The carpet was replaced, but the trunk carpet is original and has a division window. It still has the original double-whitewall tires under the sidemount covers, and the body is bank vault solid with interior hardware in remarkable condition. The hole in the dash is where Miss Sears had a St. Christopher’s medallion, which she kept when the car sold in ’53. Located in the Charlotte, NC area and asking $125,000. Many pictures can be seen on the website by clicking here.
  15. This looks like a solid car (not mine) - original, runs, solid body, somewhere in Pennsylvania:
  16. Trojan number 002 spark plug. 7/8 Missing nut. Good condition. $16 plus $2 shipping Check , USPMO, or Paypal, buyer handles fees Send a PM or Email more photos available Thanks Roy
  17. The markings indicate this is a 1925 Buick 6 cyl exhaust and intake manifolds. These appear to be in excellent condition. I don't see any evidence of cracks. The butterfly is free and complete. $400.00 plus freight. don't hesitate to ask any questions. dlmarx at bellsouth dot net
  18. Pair of NOS '56 Packard Taillights . Very nice condition. Located in Phoenix. $2000. Phone 905-845-8108 Canada / 605-695-9559 US
  19. Looks like a Dodge engine? Head looks a little different. Someone said that this would be a Dodge Power Wagon drivetrain. Thoughts I think this truck is cool.
  20. Original EVR-DRY SHIELDING...cut to length 6 hypalon spark plug wires...1 coil wire...6 metal spark plug cover mounting bases...+ original box. $50 includes U.S. postage rates. Al
  21. Model A Ford Standard Sedan for sale. Early sedan has the emergency brake on the left. This car was professionally restored in 2006-7 including the body, interior, roof, motor, transmission and drivetrain. I purchased the car recently from those owners but no paperwork was surviving. The car starts every time on the 2nd starter turn and idles flawlessly, has great power and the gears shift with little or no issue, almost as smooth as a modern car. Newer Firestone whitewall tires and spare tire hold air perfectly and run true. Custom upholstery was made from original patterns to match the exterior and beltline of the car. The seats were rebuilt and re-padded for comfort, new wood was added into the roof and a new roof was put on the car. Brand new chrome bumpers with custom turn signal unit and were added for safety in traffic. The shock-absorbers were all rebuilt when the car was restored. This car has all new wiring, hoses, plugs, rebuilt generator, starter, distributor and ignition gauges. This sedan even has the original engine pans on both sides of the motor. Everything works on the car as it should- all lights switch on and off easily. I added a newly rebuilt Tillotson carburetor. Sometimes the speedometer stops working until I push on the cable but it probably is just a loose connection. The gas tank is in good shape but was not sealed when the car was done, so I added a new pencil filter to the tank. Works great. More pics and video available. Asking $14K or best offer. Located in Oswego, IL. A short video of the motor idling is at youtube, just type in “Chochole Model A Ford 1928” to view it. Chochole Model A Ford 1928Chochole Model A Ford 1928
  22. 36k mile car under 5k. ad text: Selling a super original low mileage 1976 Buick Century 2dr coupe. 350 motor. Car runs and drives like new! Has new tires , brakes , full tune up, oil change , etc. P/S, P/B, cold A/C. Zero rust, looks great .. Need minor cosmetics but perfectly use able as is. All manuals, window sticker, bill of sale, etc. One of a kind for sure. Call/text (336)391-1711 for more info. Trades considered. Thanks for looking.
  23. 1957 Buick Century Hood and Trunk Lid. These are in great shape. Price is $200.00. buyer responsible for shipping or pick up. Thanks for looking. I am in Montana in the USA. Email me at or text me at 406-242-0099.
  24. For Sale: 1957 Buick Special two door Vent Window. ( I ALSO HAVE REAR QUARTER WINDOWS TOO not pictured or priced) Good Chrome, just needs to be cleaned up. Not sure what side though. Price is $75.00 OBO plus shipping. Thanks for looking. Email me at or text me at 406-242-0099. Thanks for looking. I am located in Montana in the USA.
  25. 1968 Body & Collision Parts Catalog: Covers 1965-68 Ford and Mercury cars and has Identification Plate decoders, interior paint color charts with names and part numbers, exploded views of all car models and Bronco with basic part numbers. The binding has a 'roll' because I kept these manuals in a loose-leaf binder and this one was wrapped around the loose leaf rings for many years.1968 Ready Reference Catalog: Covers 1965-68 Ford and Mercury car and Bronco fast-moving mechanical parts, with exploded views and basic part numbers.The exploded view diagrams come in very handy to show you how things fit together.Priced to sell at only $19.00 for the pair, postpaid by Media Rate in the USA. PayPal is fine.