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  1. Box lot of Stanley parts some valves fittings pump etc and Ottaway burner for 14" boiler for sale at Hershey C4S 28
  2. 1927 Dodge Brothers series 124 customized speedster to be offered at auction Oct. 8, 2016 in southern Utah. On-line and on-site bidding, see auction website for info:
  3. Selling 1929 Lincoln L 177 7-passenger Touring and 1938 Lincoln K 407B Limo at auction in Southern Utah Oct 8, 2016. On-line and on-site bidding, info at auction website:
  4. 47 Oldsmobile 98 Custom Cruiser convertible & 47 Oldsmobile 68 Club Coupe to be auctioned Saturday Oct. 8th in southern Utah. On-line and on-site bidding. Info and to bid online:
  5. 1923 Chevrolet Superior convertible with great local history. Low mileage with manuals. Car has been garaged and displayed. This is a touring car in great condition. We will be auctioning off the car November 19th at 6:00 pm. We do not charge any buyers premiums. view us at for directions and further information including updated pictures of the car. 717-487-6708
  6. I have a rear hard to find 364 Nailhead 4bbl intake and carb for sale. The Casting Number is 1173313 - 1957,1958 1959,1960 and 1961. it is great shape no cracks it also comes with the Rochester 4 Jet 4bbl carb. Asking $700 OBO. I am located in Dyer, IN
  7. Nice chrome bezels on both the ignition and door locks. Key fits both. The key turns the ignition from lock to off but is a bit temperamental in that the key has to be held out from full depth slightly in order for it to turn. Sort of a built in theft protection. ;-) Worked fine til I took it apart and "cleaned it". A newly cut key may remedy. Ignition not tested, door locks function as should. Sold as is. $75 PM if interested
  8. rebuilt engine and 5 new Firestone tires, solid body but does note complete interior & top. call cell 973-632-9115 or email me at
  9. 871552 BXUV-35,FOR AUTO CHOKE TYPE #380246 STROMBERG 1946-48 Ply 178.00 1125435 /SQUARE AIR HORN #380165 (vendor #) 1946-48 C-39,40 350.00 each have two 1404045 /GYROMATIC 1953-54 DODGE 175.00 1485967 /MAN TRANS & OD /8 CYL 1953-54 DODGE 165.00 each HAVE TWO 1611551 1955 C WINDSOR 185.00 1613076 STANDARD TRANS AND OD STROMBERG #380421 (VENDOR #) NOT SURE OF MOPAR # 1955-56 DESOTO 145.00 HAVE TWO 1637361 /MAN & OVERDRIVE 1955-56 DESOTO 175.00 1676332 /POWER PACKAGE 1956 PLYMOUTH P-28 1739401 SUPERSEDES TO #1631360 2248S CARTER 1955-56 PLYMOUTH 150.00 1826888 MP2 ALL TRANS 1959 PLYMOUTH 125.00 2536898 2BBL BENDIX /361,383 AND A/T 1965-66 150.00 All are NOS First number is the Mopar # shipping extra check your part book or ask me if it will fit your vehicle 480 966 6683
  10. Not mine but very impressed with the beauty and price. Not many 4 doors receive enough appreciation to be restored like this. would be even prettier with nice wheels and whitewalls. Very nice chrome, EZEye glass. Hopefully the interior was redone as nicely as the exterior. I will be surprised if this car is still available. asking $10,900, you could never get this car to this point for that money. 1954 Buick super 4 Door sedan 322 nail Head V-8, auto, Power Steering, Power Brakes. Runs and Drives good. Was Colorado Car-New Head Liner, New Seats, New Carpet-not installed. 64,323 on speedometer. cell 724-601-7588
  12. i will be bringing my fathers collection of 36-48 v 12 lincoln parts to hershey space obm 20 paul willson
  13. Factory service manual for Moraine power brake units , printed March 1956 Illustrated , 30 pages , inside good , cover wear $10 plus $2 postage in USA SOLD Send a PM Thanks Roy
  14. I'll admit I don't much care for early 2-seat Thunderbirds. They're pretty and I like the idea, but I've never driven one that I felt lived up to its promise. It seemed like Ford saw the Corvette, said to the engineers, "You have eight months to make us one of those--GO!" I think part of the problem is that they've been special pretty much from day one, so everyone took care of them--mostly. Then when restoration time comes, they're expensive, so everyone cheaps out and cuts corners. As a result, there are a lot of really shiny but really shabby T-Birds out there. What am I getting at? Well, yes, there are a lot of crappy T-Birds. But more to the point, this ain't one of them. This car had a comprehensive frame-off restoration in the mid-90s to show standards and wasn't driven much after it was finished. It was owned by a fellow who collected Thunderbirds exclusively and this was his crown jewel, so he never drove it. He passed away a few years ago and it went to his son, who, to honor his father, kept the car, drove it once in a while and did all the things you're supposed to do with an old car. But he didn't really enjoy it, so he's finally decided it's time for this 'Bird to go to a new home. I have to say it's just lovely. The Flame Red paint positively glows and it's the most perfect red I've ever seen. No orange, no pink, just bold, perfect RED. It was originally black with a white top, which is OK, too, but I can't argue with the way this car looks today. I even like the matching red hardtop rather than the usual white, and I think it's the color that makes it work so well. This is a lifetime California car, so obviously the sheetmetal is excellent and as I said, the restoration was to show standards 20 years ago and I'd be shocked if it's been driven 5000 miles since then. It has a wonderful gloss, a deep shine, and there are no waves, ripples, or orange peel in the final finish. The doors fit the way all Thunderbird doors fit (out at the bottom) but the hood and trunk sit flush and close with gentle pressure, not a slam. I'm not really a fan of continental kits, either, but I guess this one is growing on me--it certainly looks like the perfect 1950s cruiser. Chrome and stainless trim is all excellent with zero issues and there's not a single area where it doesn't exhibit careful workmanship. It's not perfect, but I've not seen many that are better. The interior is also red, a change from the original black and white interior, but again, it looks so good I won't argue with the choice. Correct seat covers, carpets, door panels, and other soft parts were installed and show almost no signs of use save for some light stretching on the driver's side. It is equipped with most options, including power windows, power seat, power steering, and power brakes. There's a tan canvas convertible top behind the seats that fits well and hides behind its red vinyl curtain. The original Town & Country radio is in the dash, but it's not currently working (typical) and the clock has been disconnected to prevent running down the battery. All the other gauges work properly. The trunk is outfitted with a correct mat set and a custom tan canvas tire cover for the spare (there's also one in the continental kit, but it's a pain to remove). The engine is the D-code 312 with a 4-barrel carburetor and 245 horsepower. They finally got rid of the asinine "teapot" carburetor in 1957, and it's a good thing in my opinion. This car starts almost instantly with a single turn of the key and idles smoothly, even when it's cold. Before it came to me, it went to the shop that did the work and they went through it to get it into top condition, including a fresh tune up, fresh fluids, brake adjustment, and a myriad of other things adding up to about $3000 worth of work. As I said, I'm never impressed by how Thunderbirds drive, but this is absolutely the best I've ever driven. Smooth, comfortable, precise, and stable, with plenty of guts in the horsepower department. The 2-speed Ford-O-Matic shifts crisply and it burbles along with a correct dual exhaust system coming through the rear bumper. The underside is detailed for show, although I think body-colored floors aren't correct--they should be red oxide primer. Nevertheless, there are plenty of guys who like that highly-detailed look and who am I to argue? It looks great. The only possible demerit is a leaky power steering system, but it's a '50s Ford, what do you expect--why should this be the only one that doesn't leak? It's also sitting on four Kelsey-Hayes chrome wire wheels that look gorgeous, as well as a proper set of wide whitewall bias-ply tires. Has this car made me love Thunderbirds? No. But I can appreciate the work that went into this one and I can't argue with the way it works. It's never grumpy, it looks great, and if you want attention, almost nothing else can generate it as well as this bright red 'Bird. I think Thunderbirds are on the way up again, and if you want one with no compromises and doesn't need any excuses, this is it. We're asking $49,900 and I'm always open to reasonable offers. Thanks for looking!
  16. 40 year collection of bird parts hershey space obm20-27 orange field ,paul willson
  17. Imperial trim and mechanical parts from 1955 -1966 with some other Chrysler parts from that era. Approximately 2000 pounds and most of it in boxes. Including: auto pilots, bumpers, window motors, pulleys, glass, steering pumps, lots of moldings, gauges, switches, brake drums, early brake rotors, lamps, wheel covers, vibration dampers, handles, suspension parts, door panels, seat belts, solenoids, seat motors, battery trays, valve covers, and more. There are no engines, seats, transmissions or sheet metal. Parts are mostly free of rust as these parts are from AZ. I'd rather not ship this stuff due to the weight of it all. 500.00 for all of it. Somewhat negotiable. 480 966 6683
  18. One more new acquisition from the Brandon Collection for my fellow forum members to see located in S. Georgia . Here is the description I posted on my website. 1962 Triumph Herald Convertible with 948 CC engine with dual SU carburetors.Exterior paint finished in Oxford White complemented by a Black vinyl interior & convertible top. Features include: * 948 CC overhead valve inline 4 cylinder engine with dual SU carburetors* 4-speed manual transmission* Independent suspension* White stripe radial tires* Front seat belts* Dual exterior mirrors* Jack & spare tire Here is a cute little British sports car you don't see come up for sale very often. This is a very early Herald convertible with the desirable 948cc dual carb engine. The Triumph Herald register currently lists only 63 948cc convertible cars surviving globally in their database out of the 8,258 948cc convertibles originally produced.We acquired this car from a British gentleman 80+ years young from Southern California. He owned the car from 2009 & drove it quite frequently. He reported that the engine had been overhauled by the previous owner he purchased it from. Judging by the way it runs, it most likely has. I just had the twin SU carbs overhauled professionally by National Carburetor Company in Jacksonville, FL. I have owned several Herald convertibles over the last 10 years & this one is the best driving one I ever had the pleasure to drive. It drives out quiet & smooth. Easy shifting transmission, sharp brakes, tight steering, with no engine overheating issues. It can carry 4 people in relative comfort when you consider how small the car really is. It can make a complete circle turnaround in a 25' radius. The tilt up bonnet encompasses the front fenders making for easy access to the engine bay. Please call Stuart @ 912-634-4949 for complete details. We are offering a fun to drive, inexpensive classic British sports car for entry level intro to the collector car hobby. This will be the ideal car for those on a bargain budget. So much fun for so little money. Offered @ $9,500 Click on the link below to see lots of photos: 1962 Triumph Herald MK I Photos Thanks for looking. Let me know your thoughts. These are really cool cars to tool around in. I really like it; I hope you do too. Stuart a/k/a Reatta Vice 912-634-4949 Beautiful St. Simons Island, GA
  19. I've recently been doing a bit of attic cleaning and came across some nice parts I no longer need. Here is what I have: One pair of mint condition light brown rear Handy Mats. Size is 18H x 16-1/2W Price: $50.00/pair Driver's Side remote mirror for 63-64 in nice condition. Chrome is shiny but not mint, has a few pits where the housing meets the arm. Cable in good condition but does not include the operating lever. Price: $45.00 (SOLD) Center console rear ashtray housing for 63-64. Nice shiny chrome but pitting in between ribs on top surface. Price: $35.00 Center console air vent outlets for 63-64. These are shiny and not pitted but have light scratching from contact with seat belt ends. Price: $20.00/pair Shifter Knob w/black plastic insert. Real nice chrome. Price: $10.00 (SOLD) Air cleaner lid decoration. Original silk screen on aluminum. Believed correct for '65 with 425 engine. This part is very nice for an original but it is not perfect. Price: $20.00 (SOLD) Power window switches. One master 4-button switch and 4 individual switches. All in good condition but with light pitting on chrome. Price: $20.00 Master Switch $6.00 Individual switches (SOLD) Shipping from zip code 17407 is extra. Feel free to contact me with any questions or if you would like additional pictures of any item.
  20. For Sale at Hershey Swap Meet: SPACES CM 15 , 16 , 17 governor for steam engine ,Old model T coil tester( oak) , American LaFrance fire bell, Small early Packard car trunk, ' 36 Ford complete Wheel cover, R.R. lanterns, 1960 Plymouth Fury showroom display case lights up with upholstery selection draw, Large Flying A gas sign , and lots and lots of smalls . Ask for Vincent. large Flyin
  21. 1933 Buick series 57 street rod. Burgundy body and interior. 350 sbc, th350, rack and pinion, air, power windows. This is an all steel car. Has antique trunk painted to match but is not currently on the car. Has not been driven much in past 5 years......Car is in great condition. $45,500. NO TRADES.
  22. Remanufactured, have some surface rust from storage, can be delivered to Hershey if know by Monday, otherwise local pickup near Allentown PA. $40 each. Borg and Beck Type 9A7, Model 924: Oldsmobile 6 cylinder 1939 60 and (late) 70; 1940-1948 Borg and Beck type 10A7, Model 927: Oldsmobile 6 cylinder 1949-1950, 8 cylinder late1939-1948
  23. The 1947 Super Clipper Eight Club Sedan was built on a model 2103 127" wheelbase, 7" more than the lower-priced Packards. It featured wraparound grille extension bars, upgraded wheel trim treatments a different looking rear deck and a single level door signature script reading. This car qualifies as a Full Classic by the Classic Car Cub of America. This car was bought new by C.V. Livengood of Richmond, IN This is a non-running barn car. It has suffered from salt and the elements. However it is complete with all the rare trim and it has a clear title This is a very rare Packard, I personally know of six verified survivors.The rear seat still had seat covers and all the interior trim is complete. Rocker panels, some floor repair and better front fenders would make it much more presentable. Serious inquires can call the contact number, a land line. Thanks, Dan Price: $3,950 Phone: 765-963-6845 (land line)
  24. 60.00. Sonora CA 95370 (USA) World Wide Shipping 209-613-1199 Thanks Dave