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  1. a 1942 Buick Lower Left Front Fender Extension, part #1323855, never used, no rust, still on factory primer, factory stamped. Been decades in a cold storage, dirty but mint condition.
  2. Beautiful car!! http://r.ebay.com/acHbjS
  3. This car will be in Hershey car corral spaces B67-B69! Complete details up in the Buy/Sell forum (link below). 1936 Pierce-Arrow 836 rumble seat coupe. Former CCCA National First Prize, frame-off restoration by Jack Heimovics completed in 1995. Excellent, powerful tour car that has just been serviced. $129,900.
  4. I just went and looked at this 1969 Riviera near Bonham, Texas 75418 that is for sale out of an estate. Car belonged to the seller's father who died in 2007. It does not run and engine seems to be stuck. The father who owned it had a machine shop in California and was an expert at rebuilding engines. This engine appears to have been rebuilt (I found a box of used pistons inside the car). The body is very good, but paint is faded, tires are flat, and headliner is hanging down. I saw one rust hole in the hood, the size of a pencil point. Floors seem solid, gas tank seems solid. Has a 430 V-8, bench seats that have been reupholstered, factory A/C, tilt steering wheel, power windows and seats. Shows 71,000 miles. Has a clear California title. The late owner's daughter is asking $1500 but will take less I think, since the property it sits on is also up for sale. The father retired to N.E. Texas after selling his engine rebuild shop in California, and brought the Riviera with him. I can give any seriously interested parties the daughter's phone #. She lives in Reno, Nevada and has the title to the car. Pete Phillips
  5. Here's a link to a '32 Desoto engine on C/L, MS: http://northmiss.craigslist.org/pts/5796120910.html
  6. This truck will be in Hershey Car Corral spaces B67-B69! I have probably bought and sold more early Power Wagons than anyone else in the business. I didn't set out to be a Power Wagon guy, but here I am with about two dozen of these brutes having passed through my hands. And in that time I've seen the market change remarkably fast. The first one I sold five years ago went for $15K, and it was a rare swivel-frame model. They scoffed and laughed and said, "You're crazy, Power Wagons are $10,000 throw-aways," when I listed (and sold) a restored one with a Cummins turbo diesel in it for $95,000. Just two months ago, when I acquired another remarkable Cummins-powered 6x6 Power Wagon (check out my website, it's on display there) and listed it for $110,000, everyone nodded and said, "Yeah, that seems about right." Tom Selleck's Power Wagon, which is in about the same condition as this handsome 1947 example, sold at Barrett-Jackson New England for $110,000 about five weeks ago. And if you look at Hemmings.com, you'll find that this truck, at $49,900, is the cheapest running, driving Power Wagon on the market. Now THAT, my friends, is a shockingly fast evolution of a niche market. At any rate, it's easy to see why Power Wagons are popular--it's probably the manliest thing on four wheels, with enough testosterone in it to grow hair on a bowling ball. With a PTO and a 10,000 winch, it can do almost anything, and was a favorite of the Parks Department because it could be equipped with well drilling, fire fighting, and other equipment. If you've got the time, only a Sherpa can go to more remote places. This one seems to have always been in civilian hands and hasn't been worked to death like all the others you've seen. It wasn't government surplus and it wasn't used up and put aside on a ranch somewhere. No, it's always been complete, running, and driving, and not too long ago, someone treated it to a pretty nice paint job and a new interior. The color is called Submarine Seawolf Green (no, I'm not making that up) and with the black fenders, it's the archetypal Power Wagon look. It's plenty glossy and sits on some pretty good bodywork, with only some light orange peel in the finish showing as a demerit. Of course, this truck has been driven and used as intended, so there are a few nicks here and there, most notably on the tailgate where it appears someone nudged it with a trailer hitch while it was in the down position (we've removed the trailer hitch, but it's included with the truck and can be bolted back on in minutes). There are stainless headlight guards, a functional winch, a correct two-piece bumper setup, and heavy-duty running boards, which give it an industrial-strength look. Many Power Wagons have their side-mounted spares removed to make them look sleeker, but what's the point? Besides, I really like the function-following-form vibe that these trucks give off in their original configuration. And it still works for a living, because the bed is not only giant, but it's been treated to a heavy-duty spray-in bedliner that'll last forever. It also comes with wooden stake sides that are not currently installed but look good. The bare-bones interior is a little less bare bones thanks to gray cloth upholstery in place of the original sticky vinyl. It's in great condition and doesn't detract from the rest, which is pure Power Wagon. The floor is a rubber mat, although there's some extra insulation underneath, so it's quieter and cooler than most. The electrical system is changed to 12-volts, so an auxiliary gas gauge and voltmeter were added in the center of the dash, but the rest of the controls remain original and functional, including the speedo, oil pressure gauge, and temperature gauge. There is no radio, but someone helpfully added a fan above the windshield to help keep you cool. The giant steering wheel is probably mandatory for the unassisted steering, but the brakes are surprisingly powerful. All the original levers and controls for the 4-wheel-drive transfer case, winch, and PTO work, although I'll admit that I haven't taken it off-roading. Wipers do not work, sorry, but there's a locking hand throttle under the dash designed to run machinery and equipment via the PTO. Turn signals have been added, using the cowl lights up front and there's a modern trailer brake controller under the dash, if you're hauling a big enough trailer to need them (albeit slowly). The engine appears to be the original 230 cubic inch flathead six, and while it's not a powerhouse, it's as reliable as anything with moving parts can be. It always starts right up and idles incredibly smoothly, surprising for a truck engine, and with a little choke it's happy to get underway almost immediately. The engine was rebuilt a few years ago and while the black paint isn't correct (it should be silver) it still has correct manifolds and downdraft carburetor, and there's a new water pump up front. It will idle forever without getting hot (which is what it was designed to do, after all). The new 12-volt alternator and associated wiring is reasonably well done if not perfectly OEM-looking, and belts and hoses are all recent. The 4-speed manual is a grumpy sort and third gear is waaaaayy over there by the passenger, so I guarantee you grind gears the first time out, because you'll be trying to shove it back into 1st. A quick double-clutch is recommended but not necessary, even though it doesn't have synchromesh, and you can skip first gear entirely on flat roads because it's just too tall. It's been fitted with "high speed" gears out back, which I believe are 4.89s, and as a result will cruise at 45-50 MPH without much complaint. The big Goodyear tires and Budd steel wheels look butch and will crawl through the muck with you. Go ahead and look at the prices on these trucks and you'll find that the $49,900 that we're asking is pretty darned reasonable. I'd also wager that you can buy it at this price and turn a tidy profit in two or three years just by enjoying it. Yeah, you shoulda' bought one when they were $7500, but those days are gone. The Power Wagon has gone mainstream! Thanks for reading.
  7. From 400 point show to driver-show to driver to crusty garage art, $350 to $25 Detail pictures per request
  8. 1956 Buick Roadmaster 2-door Riviera Coupe, Model 76R, for sale on New York Long Island Craigslist and Hemmings Ad #1876014. Price: asking $26,000.00 obo. Call Joseph at 718-213-5779. links : http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/buick/roadmaster/1876014.html http://newyork.craigslist.org/lgi/cto/5778079128.html
  9. If you're one of those guys who calls me and says, "I only buy perfect, show-quality cars and all my cars have flawless paint," then close this window and move along. You don't want this car and I don't want to sell it to you. However, if you're a guy who loves to drive rather than sit at a show and wipe his car with a diaper or stare at it in a climate-controlled museum, then this Corvette will absolutely talk to you. In this business, I drive a lot of cars. Several hundred every year. Every car that comes in to my shop gets a personal test drive that's, oh, about ten miles. Long enough to get up to temperature and reveal any shortcomings. It usually takes me about 25 minutes. To contrast, my test drive in this Corvette was almost an hour, and even then I didn't want to park it, so I drove it to lunch, too. It's simply a joy to drive, possibly the best early 'Vette I've driven to date. First, the important stuff: 35,486 original miles, matching-numbers L75 327/300, 4-speed, two tops, side pipes, and just two owners from new, including the most recent owner who bought it in 1973. It has been repainted once (more in a moment) but otherwise appears to be original in most aspects (more on that, too). The car obviously has an awesome pedigree. Nassau Blue is the car's original color, and it was by far the most popular color in 1965. Easy to see why, it's gorgeous. The car looks dynamite in photos, but they're probably better than it looks in person. It was repainted in the late 1960s using correct Nassau Blue and it's probably enamel paint, so it all looks pretty vintage--if I didn't find a masking line under the hood, I'd almost believe it's original paint. It has the right look and the right patina. The biggest issue is that sometime during the second owner's tenure, he was bleeding the brakes and forgot to put the lid on the master cylinder, so when he depressed the brake, brake fluid sprayed all over the driver's side fender. As a result, there's quite a bit of bubbling there. It's not terribly noticeable until you're about five feet away, but it's the kind of thing that will turn off guys who are worried about what the other guys at the cruise night will say. Everyone will notice it and everyone will comment on it. I guess I'm not helping the case here, but to be honest, once I drove the car, it stopped bothering me, the way a hole in my blue jeans doesn't bother me. I'm not wearing them to a formal night at the opera just like you're not taking this car to the concours, so you may as well look good and be comfortable, right? The upside is that the fiberglass is in excellent condition, the gaps are just where the factory set them, and the whole car still feels tight and well-assembled. It's led an easy life. The chrome is nice, the headlights open and close properly, and once you're out of range of seeing the bubbles, well, the car looks like a million bucks and you'll stop caring. The blue vinyl interior is likely original and in remarkable shape. Of course, with just 35,000 miles on the clock, there haven't been many seats in the seats, so it's all held up well. Carpets, dash pad, and other soft parts are in very good condition and need nothing to be used as-is. All the gauges work properly, there's an aftermarket radio in the center of the dash and some speakers in the rear top compartment, and that stuff works well, too. The wheel was protected with one of those awful leather wraps, and we promptly pulled that and discovered that the original woodgrained wheel is in great shape too. The top might be a replacement but it looks like new save for some minor water marks on the inside, although I'm not sure how that might have happened. The car also includes a matching factory hardtop which has been on the car since 1973. The engine is the original, numbers-matching L75 327 cubic inch V8 making 300 horsepower. I've personally verified that the last six digits of the VIN are stamped on the block and it has an HF suffix code, denoting the 300 horsepower 327 with a 4-speed manual transmission. It's legit. It also runs superbly. Turn the key and it cackles to life almost immediately and idles well even when it's cold. There's exactly zero fussiness. It pulls hard through all four gears and doesn't seem to run out of breath no matter how hard you run it, and it practically begs you to misbehave out on the road. The engine bay is tidy and clean, but not really detailed for show. However, there are a lot of new parts, including a chrome alternator, new belts and hoses, and a recently rebuilt carburetor and distributor. No wonder it starts so easily! It sits in traffic at about 170 degrees on the gauge, never acts up, and always sounds spectacular thanks to the side pipes. 1965 was the first year for side pipes, and while they were not original equipment on this particular car, I can't argue with how amazing it sounds at full song. You'll note that the original holes for the exhaust are still in the rear valence and the clever owner stuck an extra set of taillights in there, which I kind of like. The 4-speed shifts beautifully, there's no clutch chatter, and the gear ratios are perfectly chosen for this engine--every time you shift, by the time you get into the next gear, the engine is already at the exact right speed and you do it all again. No lurching, no bucking, just beautiful, clean shifts and an endless flow of torque. THIS is why untouched, original cars are special, folks. They just work better. The suspension is buttoned-down, the first-year 4-wheel disc brakes are surprisingly powerful, and the steering tracks well. The side pipes sound awesome but don't get obnoxious at highway speeds. The alignment is good but the wheel is off by about 30 degrees, so I'm going to see about pulling it off and adjusting it just because it offends my OCD. It's scruffy and original underneath, but it's not rusty and has obviously never been wrecked. The oversized Rally wheels aren't quite authentic, but they don't look bad, either, and carry fairly recent 225/70/15 radial tires with plenty of life left in them. I didn't expect to like this car this much. Corvettes never talk to me. But this sucker wants to dance and if you're driving it properly, it's an absolute thrill. Fast, comfortable, competent and the side pipes sing the most wonderful song. So if you're man enough to live with a car with some cosmetic imperfections, mostly because it works so well, then you're going to love this car as much as I do. No hassles--just like your favorite pair of jeans. It's priced under book value at $44,900, and even at that price, you could probably get it painted (Corvettes are relatively easy to paint) and still come out ahead given the pedigree. Come drive it, you'll see, because there are no flaws visible from the driver's seat...
  10. 1880s replica of an Overland stage coach, built to exact specifications as original, for sale, $25,000. 336-749-5922 jerry whitfield, winston salem, N.C.
  11. 912 Ford T-Model (Modified) --not an original 1912 speedster; owned by elderly collector, has a 1916-1918 engine with desirable starter, engine and transmission rebuilt, all reproduction sheet metal and no fiberglass pieces, tires are old, cranks right up after setting in storage a long time, dash is true T-model and has a T-Model tool box, cars this old are seldom seen and it attracts much attention and is a fun automobile, being sold by elderly collector who is selling out his collection. WAS $10,995, reduced to $8750. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery suggestions available
  12. PIERCE ARROW, 1929, Model 133 Club Brougham, Great mechanical condition, runs and drives very well. Restored early 1950's and been well taken care, great tour car. West coast car since new, everything works. Great chrome, wooden wheels, excellent dash & gauges. Full CCCA Classic Car is located in Los Angeles, $35,000 OBO Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks Steve
  13. Good Day to all . I need help to repair my old but good physical condition battery tester made by SUN in Chicago. They are no longer in business. They were bought out by Snap on. Now Snap on no longer handles that line. The voltage section needs attention. The needle goes past the maximum reading of 17 volts. When I opened the container there was a note inside saying the voltmeter needs recalibration. There is a capacitor value .o5 at 8oo volts, One resister at 970 ohms and another resister at 470 oms all across the terminal of the voltmeter. Any help is appreciated. Cheers. trini
  14. What is the fair price of 1954 buick grille ?
  15. Helping a friend out on this car, Great coupe have to make room to many cars Original all metal new paint, new windows and frames new upholstery, rumble seat,new wiring 6 volt,new dual distributor,new battery,original radio but not contacted,flat head V8 with 3 speed,new gas tank and fuel pump,manual brakes,new 3" white wall tires,original gauges,new walker radiator,new carburetor and fuel lines,original bumpers have been re-chrome, new water pumps and hoses, clear title runs great. $39, 500.O.B.O. More pics available.
  16. I will be bringing my Ames Speedster to Chocolate field CM18-21. Zee'd frame, laurel lowering brackets in front, Pasco wire wheels. Engine spins but car is not finished, does not run.
  17. NO BREAKS, CRACKS OR MISSING PARTS. NEEDS RECHROMED. GRILLE ORNAMENT # 1174408 INSERT # 1174483. CHECK IT OUT ON MY EBAY sammy09ken OR CALL OR EMAIL ME FOR MORE INFO. OR CONCERNS. I LIVE IN LINCOLN, NE. U.S.A. I'M ASKING $275.00 BUT I DON'T KNOW IT'S FAIR MARKET VALUE . WE CAN WORK OUT SHIPPING CHARGES. I USE PAYPAL & DON'T HAVE A CELL PHONE OR TEXT. I ONLY TAKE CALLS & EMAILS. I'M USUALLY IN MY GARAGE WORKING & HAVE A LANDLINE WITHIN REACH. Kenny
  18. THIS GRILLE IS IN GREAT SHAPE, NO BREAKS CRACKS OR MISSING PARTS. CHROME FLAKING BETWEEN SLATS ( RIBS ). WILL SHIP IN 2 PIECES, BOX WILL BE ABOUT 28" X 12" X 10" & WEIGH ABOUT 20 LBS. YOU CAN SEE MORE PICS.ETC. ON MY EBAY sammy09ken. I AM ASKING $225.00 PLUS SHIPPING. I WILL USE WHAT EVER SHIPPER YOU WANT. I'M IN LINCOLN,NE. CALL OR EMAIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS, PICS. OR CONCERNS.P.S. MAKE ME A FAIR OFFER.
  19. Aftermarket accessory grille guards. These appear to have never been mounted, NOS? The clamps were painted red , the paint flaked off so I painted the silver. The original color is shown. 30's and 40's cars and trucks No pits , see photos for condition $45 each plus shipping USPMO, or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a PM Thanks Roy
  20. A LITTLE FABRICATION WORK TO GET THEM READY FOR PAINT. THE MOULDING IS IN GOOD SHAPE. I BELIEVE THESE CAN BE MODIFIED TO FIT 46-48 SUPERS & ROADMASTERS. PART # s 84508 & 86231 ARE STAMPED ON INNER PANEL. CALL ME OR LET ME KNOW ABOUT QUESTIONS OR CORRECTIONS. I'M ASKING $200O.B.O. PLUS SHIPPING. ALL PARTS I LIST PLUS MANY MORE ARE LISTED ON EBAY. MY EBAY I.D. IS sammy09ken.
  21. This is the correct camshaft for the 56-56 265 Chevy V-8 engine it has the slot in the rear of the cam needed for the oil feed to lifter galleries. It is a Sealed Power Cam CS 273 hydraulic grind, also I have 15 lifters (I lost one somewhere) and a timing set. $250 domestic US shipping included I like paypal PM if your interested. This cam has been discontinued for years! I can deliver it to Hershey Thanks
  22. For sale: The complete collection of Iola Old Car Show die cast vehicles. I have 26 of them including the first two which were 1982 and 1983 1/64 scale semi-trucks with trailers. Then I have 1992-2016. Most are 1/24 or 1/25 scale and most were never taken out of the original packaging. This is the complete collection. Iola did not have a die-cast collectible from 1984-1991. I am selling the vehicles as a complete collection. The price is $20.00 per vehicle for a total of $520.00. any shipping will be extra or you can come and pick them up. Email Brian at freed@usfamily.net or call me at 612-961-6572 and I will get you a list of the years and what the vehicles were.
  23. 1971 Buick Riviera 2 door hardtop rare GS coupe equipped with 455" factory engine, 350 transmission, original running gear, 40 miles on engine since the mechanical rebuild was done 5 years ago, repainted original color 20 months ago, car is 80% restored, next thing is new interior and tires needed, NEW carpet, grille in the boxes come with the car. Equipped with power steering, power brakes, power windows, tilt, cruise, am/fm cassette. This fantail coupe came from California to North Carolina 9 years ago. reduced to $5000, car is near Reidsville, North Carolina, 336-765-8312 DO NOT TEXT, do not ask if still for sale, I shall not respond. When sold I shall remove the ad. search word: 455", boat tail, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1972 do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers
  24. Vehicle Description 1991 Mercedes Benz 300 SE 4 door sedan, Blue, with dark blue leather interior and carpet, low mileage: 91621 miles. It has been in storage since April 2009 and has been cranked periodically. New battery installed last month. With a powerful 3.0 Liter 6 Cylinder engine under the hood, you will have plenty of oomph to easily get up to speed when the situation calls for it. You can count on the 3.0 Liter 6 Cylinder engine to get great gas mileage and go the distance between fill ups. This Mercedes-Benz 300 Series will give you the luxury that everyone wants. All the best power, convenience and safety options are available on this fully equipped Mercedes-Benz 300 Series. All in all, it is a very clean looking ride. The interior is really in excellent condition and beautiful. AM/FM Stereo, Adjustable Seats, Adjustable Steering, Air Bags, Air Conditioning, Anti-Lock Brakes, Body Side Molding, CD Player, Center Console, Cruise Control, Fog Lights, Full Carpeting, Leather Seats, Leather Upholstery, Map Light, Moon roof, Pin Striping, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Mirrors, Power Mirrors, Power Seats, Power Steering, Power Windows, Rear Defroster, Rear Window Defroster, Reclining Front Seats, Security System, Sunroof, Tilt/Telescope Steering Wheel, Trip Computer, Vanity Mirrors $5,300. 336-765-8312, Winston Salem, North Carolina, delivery suggestions available. Clean, clear title.
  25. Falcon 1966 parking lens # C6DZ-13209-A one piece with attaching parts $65.00 +shipping