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  1. Completely rebuilt. 324 cubic inch. Running on test stand. Zero miles on overhaul. Came out of a 1939 Chrysler Imperial $3,950. Located in Columbia, MO Can ship. 573-424-0089
  2. MOOG in the box made in the usa. RARE $$75 -$125. call tony in Prescott,az 928 277 4023 thanks
  3. My dad will be in his usual spot at CT-22 next week. Always Auburn Cord and Duesenberg stuff. He specifically wanted me to mention a rebuilt SJ single pot carburetor. Correct throat size.
  4. Oldsmobile,1941-48 6 cyl fuel pump ,AC # 7358 $65.+shipping
  5. Have nice 31 deluxe roadster 08 resto, side curtains ,trunk rack ( not shown)....$14,750 or trade 30's 40's 50's car..760-938-2250 or email located Big Pine ,Ca.
  6. I have recently completed fabrication of a Grolan gas tank float assembly for my 1927 433 packard, After several months of searching for one with no luck I decided to fabricate my own. Its made of stainless steel and should out last any current car owner. Im open to any other specialty fabrication needs and would love to hear from any who is in need of such services. Thanks Barry 336-516-7009
  7. Up for sale is a 511 Darrin Special Business Coupe, 1 out of 1,170 built in late 1951 in one run at the end of the production year. All were Cardinal Red, this one has a dealer installed radio heat. The interior has been modernized to a leatherette from cloth seats burlap backseat stowaway and is powered by the Supersonic 6 that runs out well. It is an older restoration showing signs of wear and patina but, the car is in overall great condition. Asking price. 38,000.00
  8. These panels are in real good condition. The levers open & close freely. Asking $175.00 apiece o.b.o. Can be seen on ebay sammy09ken.
  9. These panels are in real good condition. The levers open & close freely. Asking $175.00 apiece o.b.o. Can be seen on ebay sammy09ken.
  10. I have 10 pieces 1957 buick trim for sale. Asking $200.00 plus shipping. Price negotiable. See on ebay sammy09ken.
  11. It's better than it looks in photo. It needs cleanup. 15" ( measures 14 1/2" across tabs) $35 plus shipping Send a PM Thanks Roy
  12. Out of a 48 commander 226 ci.. complete with overdrive trans ..runs asking $ 1,450 or trade for early Chev or Ford stuff ..760-938-2250 or email for more pics and info ..located near Bishop Ca.
  13. Fairly complete set of upololstry material for trunk of 1941 Cpe or convert coupe Roadmaster or Super. PM me if interested.
  14. For sale, not mine. It says she runs & drives. Wish I knew the story. Hope she finds a good home.
  15. *SOLD* The more I look at this car, the better-looking it gets. I'll admit to loving the '59s simply because they're so outrageous, but the understated elegance of this big 1953 Cadillac sedan has won me over as an admirer. THIS is what money looked like in the early '50s. It's confident, but not showy, impressive but not excessive. If there's any doubt that Cadillac wasn't hitting on all eight cylinders, just look at this "entry level" Cadillac and reconsider your opinion. This is also a really nice example. I won't pretend that it's a show car, but it has spent about 45 years in the care of a funeral home that also had a '40s hearse and limousine pair. As a result, it has just over 38,000 original miles and you know it's been babied and not abused. Even more remarkable, it has fully functional factory A/C, with 1953 being the first time it was offered since 1942, when it was installed in just one car. It has been painted and upholstered to keep it looking good for funeral service, but the chrome is original. It has never been rusty or wrecked and the sheetmetal is in very good shape, very straight, which is critical on a black car. All four doors fit well and close with a reassuring thunk and a precise-sounding click, and even the hood swings open on well-oiled hinges. You'll note the air scoops on the rear quarters to feed the Frigidaire cooler in the trunk, and it's been fitted with accessory window visors. The paint is decent, but not amazing, although it shines up nicely. I estimate that it's 25 years old and shows some micro-blisters and a few runs down low where the painter obviously couldn't see too clearly, but a professional wet sand and buff would pay BIG dividends. The chrome, as I said, is original and shows some tarnishing and some modest pitting, but I think chasing perfection instead of enjoying it as-is would be a mistake. It does have a nice all-of-a-piece look and you could almost pass it off as a 100% original survivor, so it works rather well. The plush gray interior uses correct patterns to replicate the original upholstery, although the soft cloth material is maybe a bit too modern for 1953. Hard to say. It's comfortable and the seats are firm, not crushed-down, so everything underneath was replaced at the same time. It's possible that the carpets are original, and I can't quite tell what color they are/were. They look olive green in photos, gray in person, but there's blue binding, so maybe they were blue at some point? I don't know. I'll double-check the cowl tag to see what was there originally. The dash is definitely original, and all the gauges and lights work properly, and the two-tone steering wheel is just lovely. You'll note an Autronic Eye on top of the dash (untested but assume it doesn't work) and the factory A/C unit underneath, which uniquely offers separate fan speed controls for driver and passenger. Cool! Overhead, you'll see the vents in the headliner that are part of the A/C system, as well as the transparent air tubes on the rear package shelf. The original signal-seeking radio seeks but doesn't find stations, which is probably an antenna problem, but we haven't investigated. Heaters, vents, and other levers work smoothly and all the windows zip up and down easily. The trunk is massive and neatly finished with a full-sized spare and jack, as well as the big A/C unit up front. Cadillac's OHV V8s are really great engines, and I recommend you try one out before buying something else. They're impressive as hell. This one displaces 331 cubic inches and uses a 4-barrel carburetor, so even though it's massive, it's also pretty quick. It starts easily and quickly every time, idles well even when cold, and just whispers along at speed with a reassuring V8 hum from the twin tailpipes out back. It's nicely dressed in Cadillac Blue paint and all the correct parts, from the air cleaner to the massive A/C compressor and copper lines. There's a giant brick of a condenser out in front of the radiator and it includes both power steering and power brakes that make it surprisingly easy to handle. We just had the transmission serviced and it shifts beautifully and thanks to highway-friendly gears out back, it's an outstanding tour car. The chassis is original but clean and not rusty, just grimy after all these years. And yes, I know the chrome wire wheels aren't correct, but holy cow, don't they look awesome on this black shark of a car? Brand new 235/75/15 Coker wide whitewall radials also add to the magic carpet ride. The last big Cadillac sedan I had, a '54 60 Special, sold in about three weeks with multiple suitors. This car is almost as nice, quite a bit cheaper, and you just can't argue with the look. If you want an entry-level hobby car that does everything well and includes the bonus of cold A/C for these hot summer days, this might be a very good choice. We're asking $27,900 and we're always open to reasonable offers. Thanks for looking!
  16. Headlight bezels ( pair ) Studebaker Lark,1959-60. Champ truck,1961-64 Recrome,in exc,condition. $325 + shipping
  17. Hello there. Brand new member and my first post. If a post for multiple items is not appropriate then please forgive and I can break everything down individually. Unfortunately it seams I am kind of out of my element. I am not a mechanic nor am I in the Auto business. I do IT work. So please forgive me for the limited knowledge of the parts im listing. These parts were inherited from a friends father who was a master mechanic. Year :1960-1969 Make: Ford Model: Thunderbird Price: $1-$1000 Description: The parts should all be for thunderbirds between '60 and '69. I believe them all to be original. I believe the water pump is for a Thunderbird. Sorry if it isnt. I believe I have the front and back seats and new covers for them as well. I can provide more pics if need and this isnt all that i Have I have more parts as well. Location : Virginia Beach, Virginia. Contact info : Travis G. 7577175993 Thank you all for your time I have lots more
  18. NOS front coil springs for 1952 Buick Special. I bought these springs for my 52 but sold the car. $60 call 618-889-6855 located in Southern IL.
  19. 1957-58 plymouth custom installation kit,new in original box,made by Porter&Dietsch,inc.USA face plate is Crome,with all needed to install. $325 +shipping
  20. I told a man that I met that I would post a link to a Buick he is selling on C/L in MN:
  21. Studebaker Lark 1959-60 Champ truck 1961-64 Recrome pair in exc,condition. $375 +shipping
  22. I bought this distributor cap at Hershey thinking it was fir my 31 Auburn. Close, but no cigar ! It is posted on the 'What is it ' forum and has been suggested it is for: 1937 Packard super-8 with Delco ignition. 1930 Pierce Arrow series C. Maybe other applications that have not been suggestedd. It is located in Prescott Wisconsin . The price is what I paid, $75. Please shoot me a PM if you are interested.
  23. The car was originally sold in Butler, PA, and has remained registered in Butler County, PA since then. The original owner drove it to Canada the day after he bought it. My father bought the car in 1959. He had the body removed, and car fully repainted about 1976. The interior upholstery was replaced at that time with like upholstery. He has driven the car in a number of parades in past years. He says it's time for the car to have a new home. The car has been garaged and up on jack stands the last 20 years or so. Present condition of car: Information: Serial Number: 463530 Mileage: 16,306 Engine and drive train: The engine runs well - we fired it up September 23, 2016 Dad drove it out of then back into the garage Exterior: The exterior paint has a few chipped areas, but there is no body damage The wood spoke wheels are in good condition Interior: Seat upholstery needs some work. The roof upholstery is good. The metal flooring under the back seat is rusted out. The rest of the flooring is wood, and is in reasonably-good condition. Price: $15,000 Contact: Larry at 724-799-3118 or email:
  24. *SOLD* This car has been a long time coming. Many of you know that I'm a huge fan of untouched, original cars. My 1941 Cadillac 60S was the AACA HPOF Car of the Year in 2012, the biggest honor I've ever received. To me, originality matters more than almost anything else. So that's why this incredible 1966 Chevrolet Impala SS427 convertible took its time getting ready for market. It's a real-deal SS427 with its numbers-matching L36 427/390 engine, it's heavily documented with stuff like the original build sheet, and it's loaded with unusual options that the experts say shouldn't be possible, including power windows and quadraphonic sound. Oh, yeah, it's a factory triple black car and has just 28,464 original miles. Got your attention yet? The car was taken out of circulation in 1980 and placed in storage, although it was unheated and unprotected from rodents, so there was a pretty big mess to clean up in the engine bay. It didn't look like much when it came out of the "barn" but a triple-black Impala SS427 is a worthy car regardless of what the end result was, so we started burning $100 bills to get it into shape. I'm very proud to say that's 100% original factory Tuxedo Black enamel on the bodywork, and it shines up brilliantly. No, it's not perfect, showing some very minor checking and micro-blistering, but it's extremely good and repainting it is inconceivable. Great gloss, no accident damage, and everything fits together just the way the factory did it. Of course, the car was used as a real car back in the 1960s and was sold new in Pittsburgh, PA, so there are two quarter-sized rust spots behind each rear wheel well. We opted to leave them alone rather than fix them because 1) it's cosmetic, not structural, and 2) if we fixed and painted the quarters, a buyer might wonder what else we covered up. No, better to leave it all in the open. And honestly, you won't even notice it until you go looking for it—I didn't notice the spot on the passenger's side until I'd had the car for a few weeks. But that's the deal. Chrome is excellent. Grille is like new. Emblems are sparkling. Stainless looks great. No pitting, no dings. The interior is likewise 100% original, including the carpets. To get it looking its best, everything came out, the carpets got pressure-washed and steam cleaned, then hung up to dry in the sun. They came out almost like new. Seats were cleaned and conditioned and the trim was polished up. Everything works, including the auxiliary gauges in the center console, the tach, all four power windows, and even the AM/FM stereo radio with "Quadraphonic Sound" that the "experts" say just wasn't available on convertibles. Why? Because the rear speakers interfere with the glass rear window of the convertible top, which is true. But this car comes with an original warning tag saying that the window must be unzipped and tucked under the speakers before the top is lowered. So there's that. Experts, eh? Speaking of the top, it's new. The original was so brittle and old that the rear window was falling out of the curtain. We tried to replace just the window, but the top shop said there was nothing to connect it to, so everything was replaced. It fits beautifully, powers up and down without issues, and latches to the windshield easier than any other convertible I've ever experienced. There's a matching boot that I suspect is a reproduction, but I can't prove it and it was in the trunk since at least 1980. Who knows? The trunk is spotless. The original mat couldn't be salvaged, but I believe that's the original spare and jack assembly. The engine is the original, numbers-matching L36 427 cubic inch V8 making 390 horsepower. We know this because the stamping pad has a partial VIN (it matches) as well as a T1228IJR stamping which decodes as follows: T=Tonowanda assembly plant, 1228=December 28 assembly date, IJ=L36 427/390 engine, R=Rochester carburetor. It's the real deal. Yes, it's crusty, but we degreased, cleaned, scrubbed, and washed it so it's clean. We didn't repaint anything and didn't remove any rust or scale because where do you stop? This is about preservation, not restoration. Things like the belts, hoses, tune-up parts, and battery are new, and the radiator couldn't be saved, so there's a reproduction unit in there now. It also has interesting cables wrapped around the engine mounts and exhaust manifolds that were installed by the dealer according to a service bulletin (which is included with the car). Hell, it's not even much of a leaker! It runs beautifully. I can stand next to the car, reach in, turn the key, and it starts almost instantly, even when it's cold. It settles into an even idle at about 1100 RPM, and a few seconds later, drops itself down to about 800 RPM. It's smooth, not racy like you'd expect from a 427, and torque is the name of the game. It's smooth, it's quiet, there are no squeaks or rattles, the doors latch closed without a slam, and it feels very tight. THIS is why original cars are special—nothing else drives the same as a car that hasn't been taken apart. The engine is linked to a TH400 3-speed automatic with fresh fluid and filter inside, and there are 3.36 gears on a Posi in the 12-bolt out back (new fluid there, too). The brakes are new from the master cylinder to the wheel cylinders, but we rebuilt the original master rather than replace it, so it looks right. All the lines are stainless, including brake lines, fuel lines, and the new transmission cooler lines. There's a new gas tank out back for obvious reasons, and there's a fresh reproduction exhaust system that has just the right sound, not some goofball Flowmaster setup. Bushings in the suspension were selectively replaced, including the sway bar end links. It's crusty underneath, but there is zero rust-through on the floors or structural areas—this is a VERY solid car with no issues. It's now wearing a set of redline radials instead of the original whitewall bias-plys because I like the look. I don't care if it's correct, this sucker looks badass. Documentation is extensive: very legible original build sheet, owner's manual, top manual, radio manual, period ads, accessory brochures, articles, service bulletins, and more. This car gets everything right, which is why I was so excited to finally unveil it. It's been a long time coming (the first time I saw it was more than two years ago) but I'm incredibly proud of what it's become. Some light-duty guys will be scared off by the crusty engine bay and small rust spots, but for serious collectors who understand originality, those are easy sins to forgive. This car totally nails it. I haven't quite decided how much I want for it, but we'll probably list it for $64,900 but I'd talk to you if you were thinking mid-$50s. If I still have it in October, I'll bring it to Hershey and enter it in HPOF, but I'm betting it's gone by August. Thanks for looking!
  25. Used but very nice. Center opening is 8" See photos for condition. For use with your small hubcap $42 for set of four , plus shipping SOLD USPMO , or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a PM Thanks Roy