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  1. 1931 Auburn 8-98 2 door sedan - $8000 (Roseburg Oregon) http://roseburg.craigslist.org/cto/5129218199.html I have had this car since the mid-1970's and it has spent all of that time in dry storage. Although the car mostly all there, it ismissing a few pieces of trim around the grill. This car is restorable or a great candidate for a street rod. Either way, you'll be theonly one. The engine is disassembled, but complete, including rods/pistons, block, heads, crank, intake/exhaust manifold, and bell housing. Thetrans is in the car with the driveshaft. The body framework is rotten, but all of the sheet metal is present. The car can be delivered locally for free. I also have a running/drivable 1982 Jaguar XJ-S V12 that I would consider selling if you are thinking of something other than arestoration. I am frequently away from my phone but will return you call if you leave me a voicemail. I do not text or have email.
  2. N.O.S.1959 Desoto backup Len,part # 1960148,only have one. $125.00+shipping.
  3. Dodge: Other 4 door Looks like the front grill area is perfect, If it is, about 8000.00 in that area alone to have redone if in bad shape to start with.
  4. I have a 3rd edition copy #7 of The Franklin Story by Thomas H. Hubbard for sale. 272 pages of historical articles, pictures, advertisements, plans, and shop diagrams. Only 37 copies of this edition were made. I am looking to sell to a serious car collector. For more information please contact via email ashcat1022 @ yahoo.com.
  5. Free Shipping on these items I have on eBay now. Give away price on all these items plus Free Shipping & Packaging. My sellers moniker is: fej25 Below is a link to the items on eBay: http://stores.ebay.com/Classic-Car-Parts-and-Accessories
  6. For Sale: An Extremely rare FACTORY 1955 GMC truck radio. Model number: 2233480. This may also fit 56-59 models???? As far as I can tell, the only missing pieces are: 1 mounting nut, 2 knobs (they reproduce these) and possibly amounting bracket? This radio even has the chrome faceplate! The dial lens is in good clear condition. The dial needle does move when the shaft is turned. The OFF / ON clicks nicely. The needle is faded, but you can recolor it. The wire at the top is cut. I don't know if the radio works or not as I do not know how to hook it up. These radios can be repaired and restored. $150 + shipping.
  7. I am helping my dad out on this one. He is the original owner of a 1966 Mercury Cyclone that he has decided to sell. It is a two-door model with hardtop and a 289 engine. It has power steering and the original factory radio. The two-tone paint scheme matches the original coloring when the car was bought in 1966. This car is in showroom shape and has been kept in the garage or a carport. It has all factory original parts. 99,910 original miles. He is asking $25,000 OBO. The car is located in Suffolk, VA. Check out this link to his listing on Craigslist for contact details and more photos. http://norfolk.craigslist.org/cto/5114325103.html
  8. 1950 Hudson For Sale Located in Central New Jersey Fresh Paint, Runs & Drives Great. Purchased from Original Owner 2 years ago. $24,000 More Pictures -- http://imgur.com/a/kXTHx Video Below Steve - 732 927 122two
  9. Have a set of four brand new hubcaps in their boxes. Bought them before I retired, so they have been carefully stored for a number of years. Might be just what you need. Let me know if you can use them on your vehicle. Price is $625.00 shipped to your door. Reply To: reattaman3@sbcglobal.net if interested! Tom
  10. This is the car I posted on here a while back while doing transmission work on it. Since the forum change, Supposed Upgrade maybe??? I cannot find the post that it was in? Asking $45,000. It is a 1955 BN1 Big 4. I repaired the transmission and it is up and running at this time. I have a lot of photos. It is not a 400 point trophy winner, Those are in the $75,000. to $80,000 range. It is a good runner driver. Anyone wants to see it and drive it, PM me or call. 518-325-7610. Ask for Dave. We will make arrangements. Be patient. I do not sit by the phone all day waiting for it to ring. Lots of work going on here and no time to sit and wait. I'll get back to you when I am back at the ranch. More on this car later.. Remember, The farmers I also fix tractors for feed you three times a day. They need their tractors and equipment up and running immediately to keep everyone fed. Dandy Dave! Contact info, David Brennan Craryville, NY, 12521 U.S.A. Phone is 518-325-7610, Best times to call is between 7AM and 9AM Eastern time, or Evenings before 9PM. No Sunday evening calls please. Thanks for looking, Dandy Dave!
  11. 1962 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron 4-door Hardtop White leather seats. Every option – auto-pilot, auto headlamp dimmer, power windows and vents and seats, touch-tuner radio with power antenna, pushbutton heater and A/C, remote-control rearview mirror, rear window defogger, tinted glass. Sharp looks. Good condition. Excellent runner. Garaged. 87,922 original miles. $13,000 negotiable. Pottstown, PA. 301-514-5792. reludwick@gmail.com
  12. 1982 Stutz Blackhawk This Stutz Blackhawk designed luxury car is known for its Italian built body, upholstery made of the finest European carpeting. Its interior is finished with paneling of matched English burls and California Redwood. Its dashboard with 24 karat gold molding and instrument panel bezels and Vogue Tires. Vehicle Year & Make: 1981 Stutz Vehicle Model: Blackhawk Porte IV Transmission: Automatic Pictures http://www.flickr.com/photos/stutz1981 VIN Number: 2N69RAX103897 Vehicle condition The vehicle is equipped with Gold and wood grain interior trim, Air Conditioning, Stereo Tape Player, Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Driver Seat, Split Bench Cloth Seats, 15” Chrome Spoke Wheels, White Wall Tires, Tinted Glass and Right & Left Fender Mounted Chrome Exhaust Pipes. Tires & Wheels – Good condition 80% remaining tread life. The engine compartment has no leaks and has been properly maintained. The front and rear suspension are in Average condition with no issues noted.
  13. *SOLD* I know many of you will recognize this car, but I'm going to ask you to please refrain from naming the owner. Yes, he's a friend of ours and well-known here on these boards, but sometimes people use my services because they like their anonymity, so please don't name names even if you know who the seller is. Thank you! OK, that said, you also know that this car has enjoyed a long, expensive, high-quality restoration and it shows. The car is absolutely gorgeous! All the critical things in a woody have been done and done right, with most of the wood having been replaced and the bodywork beautifully refinished in the original medium green (called, I believe, Geneva Green). The wood is correctly done using proper materials and the contrast between the light oak (I believe) framing and the mahogany panels is quite striking. I like the details like the contrasting groove milled into the wood right in line with the door handles and the little step in the rear pillars that frame the tailgate. And speaking of the tailgate, all the hardware there is restored, so it opens and closes easily without a wrestling match like on some older woodies. The chrome was lavishly (and expensively) restored and all of it remains in near show condition save for a scrape on the rear bumper just above one of the mounting bolt heads. It's a small nit to pick, but on a car this nice, nits are all you're going to get. The interior was completely refinished in proper green leather using the right patterns (or lack thereof, as the case may be). The carpets, door panels, and headliner were likewise replaced and look like new. There's some very light wear on the leather seating surfaces, as you'd expect, but with only 389 miles on the restoration, it's pretty minor. The gauges are all fully functional and look great, the Sonomatic AM radio pulls in stations loud and clear, and all the lights and signals work properly. You can tell they were sweating the small stuff, too, because the windows all open and close effortlessly, the steering wheel is beautifully cast, and all the little handles and knobs have proper markings. There's so much in this car that you just want to touch. The back seat is spacious and the cargo bay is positively cavernous, with a utility compartment underneath holding a matching fifth wheel and spare tire. The 263 cubic inch straight-8 is NOT just a larger version of the 248 but rather a mostly new engine that provides a lot of innovative features and that incomparable Buick smoothness. It's rebuilt and dressed properly in corporate turquoise engine enamel and reproduction decals and still inhales through the original oil bath air cleaner. It starts easily using the accelerator pedal-mounted system and idles so smoothly you might double-check to be sure it's still spinning. Things like the wiring harness, oil filter, and horns are all correct, giving the engine bay a very finished look. It's not detailed for show at this point, but a weekend would remedy that. The Dynaflow transmission is a joy to operate, and while it's not fast, it's definitely smooth. I like this car because it will just creep along at less than a walking pace, which makes moving it around the shop a snap and it does go down the road rather well once it has some momentum. I believe the rear gears have been swapped for a set of 3.90s for a more highway-friendly demeanor and the chassis is in excellent condition with firm brakes and light steering, even at low speeds. Correct 7.60-15 BFGoodrich wide whites have been fitted to the original wheels with beautiful full wheel covers. The price is $59,900 and you know it's worth it. Wood is still hot and a Buick station wagon is still the finest family hauler you can buy at any price. You couldn't duplicate this car at twice the price and it's turn-key, ready to enjoy at almost any level. If you've admired it from afar, this is your chance to own it. Thank you for looking!
  14. *SOLD* I know many of you will recognize this car, but I'm going to ask you to please refrain from naming the owner. Yes, he's a friend of ours and well-known here on these boards, but sometimes people use my services because they like their anonymity, so please don't name names even if you know who the seller is. Thank you! OK, that said, you also know that this car has enjoyed a long, lengthy, high-quality restoration and it shows. The car is absolutely gorgeous! All the critical things in a woody have been done and done right, with most of the wood having been replaced and the bodywork beautifully refinished in the original medium green (called, I believe, Geneva Green). The wood is correctly done using proper materials and the contrast between the light oak (I believe) framing and the mahogany panels is quite striking. I like the details like the contrasting groove milled into the wood right in line with the door handles and the little step in the rear pillars that frame the tailgate. And speaking of the tailgate, all the hardware there is restored, so it opens and closes easily without a wrestling match like on some older woodies. The chrome was lavishly (and expensively) restored and all of it remains in near show condition save for a scrape on the rear bumper just above one of the mounting bolt heads. It's a small nit to pick, but on a car this nice, nits are all you're going to get. The interior was completely refinished in proper green leather using the right patterns (or lack thereof, as the case may be). The carpets, door panels, and headliner were likewise replaced and look like new. There's some very light wear on the leather seating surfaces, as you'd expect, but with only 389 miles on the restoration, it's pretty minor. The gauges are all fully functional and look great, the Sonomatic AM radio pulls in stations loud and clear, and all the lights and signals work properly. You can tell they were sweating the small stuff, too, because the windows all open and close effortlessly, the steering wheel is beautifully cast, and all the little handles and knobs have proper markings. There's so much in this car that you just want to touch. The back seat is spacious and the cargo bay is positively cavernous, with a utility compartment underneath holding a matching fifth wheel and spare tire. The 263 cubic inch straight-8 is NOT just a larger version of the 248 but rather a mostly new engine that provides a lot of innovative features and that incomparable Buick smoothness. It's rebuilt and dressed properly in corporate turquoise engine enamel and reproduction decals and still inhales through the original oil bath air cleaner. It starts easily using the accelerator pedal-mounted system and idles so smoothly you might double-check to be sure it's still spinning. Things like the wiring harness, oil filter, and horns are all correct, giving the engine bay a very finished look. It's not detailed for show at this point, but a weekend would remedy that. The Dynaflow transmission is a joy to operate, and while it's not fast, it's definitely smooth. I like this car because it will just creep along at less than a walking pace, which makes moving it around the shop a snap and it does go down the road rather well once it has some momentum. I believe the rear gears have been swapped for a set of 3.90s for a more highway-friendly demeanor and the chassis is in excellent condition with firm brakes and light steering, even at low speeds. Correct 7.60-15 BFGoodrich wide whites have been fitted to the original wheels with beautiful full wheel covers. The price is $59,900 and you know it's worth it. Wood is still hot and a Buick station wagon is still the finest family hauler you can buy at any price. You couldn't duplicate this car at twice the price and it's turn-key, ready to enjoy at almost any level. If you've admired it from afar, this is your chance to own it. Thank you for looking!
  15. *SOLD* I know many of you will recognize this car, but I'm going to ask you to please refrain from naming the owner. Yes, he's a friend of ours and well-known here on these boards, but sometimes people use my services because they like their anonymity, so please don't name names even if you know who the seller is. Thank you! OK, that said, you also know that this car has enjoyed a long, lengthy, high-quality restoration and it shows. The car is absolutely gorgeous! All the critical things in a woody have been done and done right, with most of the wood having been replaced and the bodywork beautifully refinished in the original medium green (called, I believe, Geneva Green). The wood is correctly done using proper materials and the contrast between the light oak (I believe) framing and the mahogany panels is quite striking. I like the details like the contrasting groove milled into the wood right in line with the door handles and the little step in the rear pillars that frame the tailgate. And speaking of the tailgate, all the hardware there is restored, so it opens and closes easily without a wrestling match like on some older woodies. The chrome was lavishly (and expensively) restored and all of it remains in near show condition save for a scrape on the rear bumper just above one of the mounting bolt heads. It's a small nit to pick, but on a car this nice, nits are all you're going to get. The interior was completely refinished in proper green leather using the right patterns (or lack thereof, as the case may be). The carpets, door panels, and headliner were likewise replaced and look like new. There's some very light wear on the leather seating surfaces, as you'd expect, but with only 389 miles on the restoration, it's pretty minor. The gauges are all fully functional and look great, the Sonomatic AM radio pulls in stations loud and clear, and all the lights and signals work properly. You can tell they were sweating the small stuff, too, because the windows all open and close effortlessly, the steering wheel is beautifully cast, and all the little handles and knobs have proper markings. There's so much in this car that you just want to touch. The back seat is spacious and the cargo bay is positively cavernous, with a utility compartment underneath holding a matching fifth wheel and spare tire. The 263 cubic inch straight-8 is NOT just a larger version of the 248 but rather a mostly new engine that provides a lot of innovative features and that incomparable Buick smoothness. It's rebuilt and dressed properly in corporate turquoise engine enamel and reproduction decals and still inhales through the original oil bath air cleaner. It starts easily using the accelerator pedal-mounted system and idles so smoothly you might double-check to be sure it's still spinning. Things like the wiring harness, oil filter, and horns are all correct, giving the engine bay a very finished look. It's not detailed for show at this point, but a weekend would remedy that. The Dynaflow transmission is a joy to operate, and while it's not fast, it's definitely smooth. I like this car because it will just creep along at less than a walking pace, which makes moving it around the shop a snap and it does go down the road rather well once it has some momentum. I believe the rear gears have been swapped for a set of 3.90s for a more highway-friendly demeanor and the chassis is in excellent condition with firm brakes and light steering, even at low speeds. Correct 7.60-15 BFGoodrich wide whites have been fitted to the original wheels with beautiful full wheel covers. The price is $59,900 and you know it's worth it. Wood is still hot and a Buick station wagon is still the finest family hauler you can buy at any price. You couldn't duplicate this car at twice the price and it's turn-key, ready to enjoy at almost any level. If you've admired it from afar, this is your chance to own it. Thank you for looking!
  16. N.O.S.windshield washer kit,part # 2453682 For 1964 Dodge & Chrysler model.$300 + shipping
  17. http://forums.aaca.org/topic/257996-1951-1963-motor-trend-magazines/
  18. Selling my 1998 dark blue Riviera 3.8 l supercharged premium package with chrome wheels and sunroof. Has 176,500 miles. I am the 2nd owner at 29,000 miles. Always used Mobil 1 synthetic, and engine, transmission, and supercharger run fine. Replaced many parts including water pump, climate control sensor, radiator, brake booster, passenger control arm / wheel hub, fuel pump, fuel tank, sc snout, and 3.5 ZZ pulley. Rear tail light also replaced in near mint condition. Needs sub-frame repair/welding at bolt underneath front passenger seat ( Note: bolt and housing all rusted to clip and spins freely making car front end shake violently at 40 mph coast/brake or higher speeds), A/C recharge, 4 new tires, some suspension work, and a paint job. Ideally this car is a project for a collector or parts and salvage. Title is clean. Asking $1,200 firm
  19. Interesting paint scheme, but all in all doesn't look like a bad car for the money. https://louisville.craigslist.org/cto/5123069800.html 65 Riviera, verde green with black deluxe interior. Interior all original except new carpet. All interior chrome and trim present and in outstanding condition, dash has no cracks or splits. Seats good except a place on drivers seat bottom and some piping on side of drivers seat has split. Has the optional 425 single four barrel engine with a posi rearend. This drivetrain is lower production than the GS option ( rarer ). Also has power windows, tilt wheel, AC ( works but not charged ). Headlight doors work perfect. Power four drum brakes, some say old cars need discs but this car stops fine with these big drums. Solid original body panels, trunk, floors, rockers, quarters, all solid no rust. Engine detailed with many new updates but staying stock. Has wire hubcaps installed but comes with a set of Buick road wheels ( no center caps ). Has an older single stage repaint ( probably in 80's ). Many new parts ( too much to list here ), runs and drives great. Also have owners manual, potecto plate and service manuals. More details and or pics upon request.
  20. Check out www.motorshifi.com Hurry!!! Coupon codes are available!!!! To avail the coupon code email us with subject “Coupon Code Request” to promotion@motorshifi.com . In the email please suggest whether you are a Dealer or a Private Seller along with your basic details. Buyers can check out our latest inventory added. Check out our facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/MotorsHiFi
  21. *SOLD* There certainly aren't many hobby cars with the massive public acceptance of the 2-seat Ford Thunderbird. Everyone knows what it is, everyone thinks they're cool, and everyone should have one at some point or another. It's an American institution, despite Ford's mismanagement of the name in later years, and as a hobby car, they're pretty hard to beat. Great looks, V8 power, and a long options list to make it your own. Personally, I like the '56s the best, which preserve the early look but add many notable upgrades that were earned in the trenches as the public beta-tested the 1955s. At any rate, this handsome Colonial White 'Bird was restored about 12 years ago and has been driven about 5000 miles since it was completed. What that means is that it's ideal if you want a finished, quality car to drive, not a trailer queen and not a project. The paint and bodywork are quite nice and holding up well, with the only notable wear showing on the spare tire cover, which, inexplicably, has a few bumps a bruises. Otherwise it's straight and shiny with decent gaps all around (the doors are a little out at the bottom, but I see this on almost every 'Bird). The chrome is also quite nice, with great bumpers and grille and good lenses in the jet-age taillights. The only other possible demerit is some very light pitting on the hood scoop's chrome. The two-tone red and white interior is a fantastic choice with Colonial White, looking acceptably flashy for the T-Bird's mission. The seats, carpets, and door panels were all replaced when the car was restored and still look great and the gauges remain bright and easy to read. You'll note an under-dash A/C unit, which is a modern piece designed to look vintage as well as an AM/FM/cassette stereo in the center of the dash, but those are the lone modifications. It also features power windows and a power seat, and everything works except the clock. Behind the seat you'll find a white vinyl convertible top with a beautifully restored frame and it does come with a matching "porthole" hardtop. In the trunk, there's a correct mat and jack assembly and before you ask about the spare, remember that it's hanging on the rear bumper on all 1956 Thunderbirds. The engine is a 312 cubic inch P-code V8, which means a 4-barrel carburetor and 225 horsepower. It was rebuilt when the car was restored and with so few miles on the clock it obviously runs very well. It starts easily and idles well, even when it's cold, and aside from some flaking paint on the intake manifold, the engine bay looks good enough that you'll open the hood every chance you get. Note that this car also carries power steering and power brakes, making it very easy to drive and a 3-speed Ford-O-Matic automatic transmission snaps off crisp shifts. Looks like there are 3.00 gears out back, so it's also a comfortable highway cruiser. The exhaust is a correct reproduction setup that sounds right and they wisely used turn-downs behind the bumper rather than routing the exhaust through the bumper as original, which always tends to discolor the chrome. Flashy Kelsey-Hayes chrome wire wheels look so good they should have been standard equipment and they're wrapped in Coker wide whitewall radials. You may have noticed that early 'Bird prices are once again inching up. No, this one won't make you rich overnight, but I think the worst is behind us if you're a 'Bird lover. The last one I sold, a black '57, wasn't this nice and sold for more than the $29,900 asking price on this one, so I think it looks pretty attractive today. Thanks for looking!
  22. ive got an untested dealer installed underdash ac unit. there are no engine brackets or compressor. I do have the condenser, but it has dings and dents. the ac unit will need to be restored, it has pitting and the woodgrain sticker is peeling http://s161.photobucket.com/user/garyd75/library/ford%20underdash%20ac%20BEST%20OFFER?sort=4&page=1 100$ obo I can ship I take paypal you can pick up located in Raleigh nc call or text 1919dfs750fs7327 these may fit other models like mustangs cougars
  23. We have numerous 1936 Dodge Ram Hood ornaments for sale. Contact us for pictures and prices
  24. 1934 Chrysler CU airflow parts for sale or trade. parting out a 1935 Chrysler C1 engine individual photos of all CU parts and a list if email address is given