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  1. I thought I would throw this out to everyone before I list on e-bay. I have the AM radio and the speaker from my car which I recently replaced with an AM/FM radio and an upgraded speaker. The radio was serviced less than 2 years ago and works well. The radio face, push buttons, etc. are in excellent condition. The speaker is very nice and works well. $75.00 plus S & H. PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill.
  2. Just picked up a Portfolio. It is incomplete so I am willing to sell it cheap. It has the following; Black "Insert Salesperson's Card Here" card Black "Insert Service Advisor's Card Here" card Keys in case Emergency keys Buick Reatta note Pad "Reatta A Handcrafted Buick" Booklet Reatta Road Atlas 1990 Maintenance Schedule Reatta post card to get engraved portfolio nameplate Craftsman log [with owners name written on it] Portfolio $60.00 or best offer delivered No owners manual, pen,flashlight, air gauge If interested email me at; lemke1044@aol.com
  3. FS 1927 Buick Master Six for Sale. Included with the purchase of the car is a 1929 six cylinder motor (in pieces) Block, Head, radiator and grill and many parts. Also, pistons and rings for the existing original engine. 75,000 original miles. Original equipment and nearly complete restoration. I drive this car frequently with the local car club. Located in Wenatchee Washington Asking $17,500.00 Contact me via private message.
  4. For sale A pair of running boards.Driver side has a flaw to the rear. Didn't discover it until a couple of years later when installing them. Damage from shipping. Repair with rubber glue? 650.00 OBO shipped in the lower 48 Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-ETC Thanks Dave
  5. For sale a pair of running boards.Driver side has a flaw to the rear. Didn't discover it until a couple of years later when installing them. Damage from shipping. Repair with rubber glue? 650.00 shipped in the lower 48 Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-etc. Thanks Dave
  6. 1938 Dodge Business Coupe. Older restoration showing wear. New upholstery. Very presentable. Car will need tires. Some bondo under paint (see photos), exhaust leak at manifold to block gasket. Only rust is on the bottom of trunk gasket ledge (see photos). Crankhole cover emblem is missing. Have trunk emblem (see photos). Car is a low condition 3. Very affordable old coupe. Low reserve. More details call 509-728-3808 Bidders with less than 10 transactions, call before bidding.
  7. Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-ETC Thanks Dave
  8. Posted Today, 11:25 AM Used lower driver side windshield frame with reproduction knob. No pin built into the knob. Part number on the frame (452141-LH) Part number shows Plymouth PC-PD May fit Dodge 550.00 OBO Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-ETC Thanks Dave
  9. Used lower driver side windshield frame with reproduction knob. No pin built into the knob. Part number on the frame (452141-LH) Part number shows Plymouth PC-PD May fit Dodge 550.00 OBO Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-ETC Thanks Dave
  10. For sale left rear fender of a 1931 Ply coupe. May fit 32 and other makes. Reasonable offers accepted.
  11. 134 total count Motor Trend , In been read condition. All are intact. Photos are random copies , represent condition. Here is a list of years and number of copies: 1951-6 1952- 12 53 - 11 54 - 12 55 - 12 56 - 11 57 - 12 58 - 11------SOLD 59 - 12 60 - 11 61 - 11 62 - 12 63 - 1 Available by the year , $45 shipped in CONUS , 11 or 12 issues $30 shipped for the 51 ( 6 ) Lot price of $170 shipped media mail , insured ( 55 pounds ) No single copy sales Paypal ( buyer pays fees ) , Us postal money order Send a PM Thanks Roy
  12. *SOLD* Well, it's Friday and that means new arrivals. This week it's a tidy little 1950 Plymouth 2-door sedan which shows what I believe to be just 59,000 or so original miles. This is actually the second one of these that I've had in the past few years, both the same color. The last one sold for about $12,000 and wasn't nearly this nice, and if you want a fun, reliable, easy-to-drive, and handsome entry-level hobby car, I would heartily recommend this one. I've learned that these post-war Mopars are some of the best-driving cars of the period, regardless of price, and the over-achieving six-cylinder engine is every bit a match for a comparable V8 Ford. At any rate, this one has recent paint and interior, but I don't think it's ever been apart. The paint is a pretty correct rendition of Kitchner Green, which appears to be this car's original color. No metallics or other changes, just a clean, shiny finish that looks great. I see no evidence of shoddy bodywork or rust and everything fits together pretty well. A majority of the trim is stainless, so it's in great shape and will be easy to polish, so no massive bill at the plating shop sometime down the road. I think the glass is original, as is much of the weather-stripping, and if there's one demerit, it's in the rubber department. It's not bad, but some pieces look pretty old. It has accessory headlight covers, which I don't particularly care for but I know it's a period look, as well as a set of green "breezies" on the vent windows. It looks pretty tidy, don't you think? The interior was probably done when it was painted, and it uses correct striped broadcloth for a factory look. The door panels are also newer, while it looks like the rubber floor mat and headliner are good original pieces. The woodgrained dash is in excellent shape and all the gray-faced gauges are sharp and functional except maybe the gas gauge, but I haven't filled the tank so maybe it's working. There's a bit of wear on the driver's windowsill where you'd rest your arm, but that shouldn't be a surprise. All the windows crank up and down easily, the heater and defroster work properly, and it's just nice to be behind the wheel. It's a stripped-down model, so there's no radio, but I bet it would be broken if there were one there anyway. The trunk is original and has a rubber mat plus an ancient spare tire with jack assembly, but no rust or issues hiding underneath. Plymouth's robust 217 cubic inch flathead six makes modest numbers but this little coupe zips around with gusto. The engine has probably never been out of the car and I see signs of regular maintenance in the hard-to-photograph engine bay. It's not detailed and it's plenty crusty, but if you know these cars, you know this engine will run practically forever. It doesn't smoke or make unpleasant noises and it always starts quickly and idles smoothly, even when it's cold, so someone spent the time to tune it properly. The three-speed manual transmission shifts smoothly, although there's some clutch chatter if you don't do it right at take-off. Steering is typical of the era, especially with bias-ply tires which are old but still servicable. It's a bit dirty underneath, but again, I don't see any signs of trouble and it feels buttoned-down going down the road. The brakes are a little soft, and I might try bleeding them to get them to come back, but they do stop the car quite well. Entry level fun doesn't have to be boring. The more I drive this car, the more I can appreciate it and I'm sure that someone looking to get a start but who doesn't want a '70s leftover will have a blast with it. We're only asking $15,900 and it's ready to enjoy today. Thanks for looking!
  13. Listed for sale on Ebay, item number 171879380175 I tried to paste a link, but I'm either doing something wrong or it won't allow me. Check out ebay listing and feel free to contact me by phone or email with any questions. Thanks for looking! -Jason
  14. "Stadium" 16 volt British made , 2" dial , very nice , $18 plus shipping sold " Columbia " 30 amp , 2 1/4" dial , nice , $16 plus shipping sold " Indian Head " 6 volt , 2" dial . First I've seen , good cond. $14 plus shipping sold See photos USPMO or PayPal , you pay fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  15. Vintage Steam Products is pleased to announce that it has nozzle pickers back in stock. I shamelessly plagiarized the design from the nozzle picker Tom Marshall included in the goodie bag for the 2007 steam tour in Delaware - a GREAT tour! In return, Carolyn and I will donate $5.00 to Auburn Heights for every nozzle picker we sell. Each picker comes with four different sized picker wires. Yes, we sell picker wires in sets of four if you broke or lost yours. If you have not registered to receive the Virtual Steam Car Museum monthly newsletter, now is the perfect time! Happy Steaming! Don & Carolyn Hoke
  16. Listed on Ebay, item number 171879380175 I tried to paste a link, but either I'm doing something wrong or it's not working. Check out the Ebay listing and feel free to contact me with any questions. I had a very close friend who passed away after a very short battle with cancer and I'm helping his wife sell this car. I will try to answer all questions as best I can. Thanks for looking. -Jason
  17. http://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/cto/5152330529.html
  18. Spec sheets on heavy photo paper, semi-glossy 8.5 x 11" - EXECELLENT CONDITION See sample pictures $10 ea plus shipping. Or play let's make a deal on the entire batch. 1904B, 1905 C, 1907 D, F, G, S; 1908 D, F, G, S; 1909 16, 17'; 1910 - 7; 1910 "10", 10 with mother in law seat; 1910 with rear doors, 1910 w/o rear doors; 1910 7; 1910 F, 1910 -16, 1910 - 16, 1910 -17; 1910 "41"; 1911 - 21, 26, 27, 32, 33, 38, 39, 41; 1912 - 28, 29, 35, 36, 43; 1913 - 24, 25, 40; 1913 - 30, 31; 1914 - B24, B25, B36, B37, B38, B55; 1915 C 24, C25, C36, C37, C55. Please see pictures: I don't have any Buicks, but I know there are several Buick "nuts" out there. Jim 810-689-6633
  19. Wow, I thought the last Boss I had was spectacular, but this one not only looks awesome but is incredibly well documented, a former national show winner, and comes with just about every single OEM part ever removed. Now I know muscle cars aren't up everyone's alley, but there aren't many who would argue that this isn't a great-looking Mustang. And if you're familiar with the Boss 302, you also know that it's probably the best-driving Mustang ever built. This fastback loves to dance! The restoration was finished in the 1990s, and subsequent to that, it went on to score 689 out of 700 points in MCA judged competition. Since then, it's probably been driven a few thousand miles, but it's still pretty sharp and crisp and you could put it back on the show field with a minimum of effort and likely collect a 2nd place at a national meet. It's that nice. According to the Marti Report, it's one of only 212 Medium Red/black interior Boss 302s built, which is puzzling because you'd think a bright red Mustang would be a smash hit with the public. Anyway, it appears to be wearing all its original sheetmetal and the original VIN stamps are still in the front fenders, so it hasn't been clipped. The Medium Red paint is exactly the right color, not too bright but not burgundy, either, and the Boss 302 stripes are placed exactly right, with those on the sides being correct reflective tape. It's worth noting that this Boss came equipped from the factory with the Shaker hood, rear window slats, and rear spoiler--I know this because I have the original window sticker AND the build sheet. If there's a demerit on this car, it's that the left front edge of the hood isn't quite perfectly aligned with the fender, but that's a pretty darned small nit to pick. The black interior is mostly original, which is shocking to me. The seats, headliner, and door panels are vintage 1970 pieces, with newer carpets installed during the restoration. Everything is in excellent condition and I see no need to replace any of it. The gauges are also original, and their faces are a little faded, but that's easy to fix--you're going to have to pull them out anyway because the speedometer and odometer do not work. The steering wheel is correct, it's got the right Hurst T-handle shifter for the 4-speed, and the factory AM radio is still in place, but has an FM converter inside, so it looks authentic but you don't have to suffer through whatever they're playing on AM radio these days. The only obvious alteration to the interior is a set of speakers on the rear package shelf. The trunk is also correctly outfitted with a plaid mat and space-saver spare with jack assembly. The engine is the original, numbers-matching 302 cubic inch V8 that was installed in 1970. It's fully rebuilt and has fresh internals, with the original parts (including the crank) included with the sale. Details like the smog system and rev limiter are still in place, although they're both disconnected for obvious reasons (the smog pump turns freely but there's no belt on it). The engine is very highly detailed with correct markings and decals and authentic parts were used wherever possible--no repro stuff here. It starts easily, idles beautifully, and pulls like a freight train. It's a joy to drive and there's a spectacular soundtrack all the way up to 7000 RPM (not that I've gone there, but it's pretty amazing at, say, 5000 RPM). Long-tube headers were added, but the original cast iron manifolds are included, and there's an X-pipe with Flowmaster mufflers, but again, the original exhaust system is included with the car. The underside has a light dusting of undercoating, but there are zero signs of rust or repairs underneath and it's nice to see power steering, which really should have been standard equipment. It's got the optional 3.91 Track-Lok rear end, so it's not a car I'd drive cross-country, but around town this thing is a weapon and you'll never get tired of dropping a gear and mashing the throttle just to hear it sing. Ride quality is rather good and it sits on correct Magnum 500 wheels and attractive BFG tires. As I said, documentation is extensive: build sheet, original window sticker (signed by the legendary Larry Shinoda), original owner's manual, restoration receipts, photos of Larry Shinoda signing the hood and window sticker, a deluxe framed Marti Report, the original MSO and title, and a whole bunch of other stuff. It also comes with a giant cache of spare parts, including the aforementioned engine bits such as the manifolds, valves, exhaust system, springs, front brake rotors, crankshaft, original date-coded glass, shock absorbers, etc., etc., etc. This is the nicest Boss I've ever seen, it's incredibly well documented, and if you want perfection, the parts are here to make it a national contender once again. We're asking $79,900, which many will agree is the right price for a Boss with a pedigree, and the red paint is easy to love. I'm going to have a hard time watching this one go, but someone will get one hell of a car. Thanks for looking!
  20. Hi Installed rear fenders on my 31 Ply PA the other day. "Right" one first and then the left. They look identical at a distance until mounting. The left fender I have has a tighter radius than the car. Could maybe be made to fit with some cutting and pasting. More skill needed than I have. I believe the left fender I have is for a coupe. So for sale a 31 Ply coup fender - appears to have never been mounted before. Need a decent 31 Ply left rear fender for a 4 dr sedan. See pictures
  21. Need a decent left rear fender for a 31 Ply 4dr. The left fender that came with the car looks in general shape exactly like the right one. However on attempting to mount the left fender I found the bolt hole patter is wider and the curvature is greater. From some earlier discussion I believe this is a coupe finder. It is for sale as it would take more effort and greater skill than I have to make it fit. Pics attached. Included the "right" fender which lists what it does fit. Not sure if it is accurate.
  22. Need a decent left rear fender for a 31 Ply 4dr. The left fender that came with the car looks in general shape exactly like the right one. However on attempting to mount the left fender I found the bolt hole patter is wider and the curvature is greater. From some earlier discussion I believe this is a coupe finder. It is for sale as it would take more effort and greater skill than I have to make it fit. Pics attached. Included the "right" fender which lists what it does fit. Not sure if it is accurate.
  23. 1934 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan $22,000 -- Would make a perfect hotrod! Black, tan interior, big white wall tires. I have owned it for over 40 years, always garaged, big chrome headlights, is all in original condition, no rust, never wrecked, has a rollout front windshield, suicide doors and spare tire on the back end. Paint in great shape! 241 cubic inch flathead 6 cylinder, 93 HP, 117 wheelbase. Mileage: 59,410 miles. Has new tires, new battery, carburetor, plugs, wires, distributor, wheel cylinders, master cylinder, brake lines, oil and filter just changed, transmission and rear end fluid just changed, runs great, ready to go! Would make a great parade car! Wife says sell! Make an offer! Wilmington, NC USA - Sam 910-571-1305 email lmccall7@ec.rr.com
  24. Wow, I thought the last Boss I had was spectacular, but this one not only looks awesome but is incredibly well documented, a former national show winner, and comes with just about every single OEM part ever removed. Now I know muscle cars aren't up everyone's alley, but there aren't many who would argue that this isn't a great-looking Mustang. And if you're familiar with the Boss 302, you also know that it's probably the best-driving Mustang ever built. This fastback loves to dance! The restoration was finished in the 1990s, and subsequent to that, it went on to score 689 out of 700 points in MCA judged competition. Since then, it's probably been driven a few thousand miles, but it's still pretty sharp and crisp and you could put it back on the show field with a minimum of effort and likely collect a 2nd place at a national meet. It's that nice. According to the Marti Report, it's one of only 212 Medium Red/black interior Boss 302s built, which is puzzling because you'd think a bright red Mustang would be a smash hit with the public. Anyway, it appears to be wearing all its original sheetmetal and the original VIN stamps are still in the front fenders, so it hasn't been clipped. The Medium Red paint is exactly the right color, not too bright but not burgundy, either, and the Boss 302 stripes are placed exactly right, with those on the sides being correct reflective tape. It's worth noting that this Boss came equipped from the factory with the Shaker hood, rear window slats, and rear spoiler--I know this because I have the original window sticker AND the build sheet. If there's a demerit on this car, it's that the left front edge of the hood isn't quite perfectly aligned with the fender, but that's a pretty darned small nit to pick. The black interior is mostly original, which is shocking to me. The seats, headliner, and door panels are vintage 1970 pieces, with newer carpets installed during the restoration. Everything is in excellent condition and I see no need to replace any of it. The gauges are also original, and their faces are a little faded, but that's easy to fix--you're going to have to pull them out anyway because the speedometer and odometer do not work. The steering wheel is correct, it's got the right Hurst T-handle shifter for the 4-speed, and the factory AM radio is still in place, but has an FM converter inside, so it looks authentic but you don't have to suffer through whatever they're playing on AM radio these days. The only obvious alteration to the interior is a set of speakers on the rear package shelf. The trunk is also correctly outfitted with a plaid mat and space-saver spare with jack assembly. The engine is the original, numbers-matching 302 cubic inch V8 that was installed in 1970. It's fully rebuilt and has fresh internals, with the original parts (including the crank) included with the sale. Details like the smog system and rev limiter are still in place, although they're both disconnected for obvious reasons (the smog pump turns freely but there's no belt on it). The engine is very highly detailed with correct markings and decals and authentic parts were used wherever possible--no repro stuff here. It starts easily, idles beautifully, and pulls like a freight train. It's a joy to drive and there's a spectacular soundtrack all the way up to 7000 RPM (not that I've gone there, but it's pretty amazing at, say, 5000 RPM). Long-tube headers were added, but the original cast iron manifolds are included, and there's an X-pipe with Flowmaster mufflers, but again, the original exhaust system is included with the car. The underside has a light dusting of undercoating, but there are zero signs of rust or repairs underneath and it's nice to see power steering, which really should have been standard equipment. It's got the optional 3.91 Track-Lok rear end, so it's not a car I'd drive cross-country, but around town this thing is a weapon and you'll never get tired of dropping a gear and mashing the throttle just to hear it sing. Ride quality is rather good and it sits on correct Magnum 500 wheels and attractive BFG tires. As I said, documentation is extensive: build sheet, original window sticker (signed by the legendary Larry Shinoda), original owner's manual, restoration receipts, photos of Larry Shinoda signing the hood and window sticker, a deluxe framed Marti Report, the original MSO and title, and a whole bunch of other stuff. It also comes with a giant cache of spare parts, including the aforementioned engine bits such as the manifolds, valves, exhaust system, springs, front brake rotors, crankshaft, original date-coded glass, shock absorbers, etc., etc., etc. This is the nicest Boss I've ever seen, it's incredibly well documented, and if you want perfection, the parts are here to make it a national contender once again. We're asking $79,900, which many will agree is the right price for a Boss with a pedigree, and the red paint is easy to love. I'm going to have a hard time watching this one go, but someone will get one hell of a car. Thanks for looking!