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  1. An old survivor, would make a nice pickup or doodle bug Body frame running gear/ w full sheet metal Good for resto or rod. $1995 located in New England. Inquiries welcomed.
  2. Neat unused old mechanics grease cap. See photos for condition $15 shipped. Check , USPMO, or PayPal Buyer pays fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  3. Not sure if this is classic enough for this website, but my boss is selling his 1975 Ford Bronco Sport 1975 Ford Bronco Sport - A restorer's dream!2nd ownerThis car is just a little bit of work away from being the perfect classic Bronco. Has the feel of the original with just a bit of tech to make it an every day driver.No overheating or stalling issues.Interior carpeting and upholstery in near new condition.HARD TO FIND IN THIS CONDITION-V8 302 engine - restored-Power steering recently redone-Sound suspension-3' lift with 33' Mud King steel radial tires w/ spare connected to swing arm-Carbon fiber performance hood -Redone seats (a couple of years ago)-Rear leatherette seat-Sound system installed along with subwoofer enhancement custom built into car-Recent engine and steering work done -High end soft top and equipped with full cage bars... soft and bikini tops only-Tuffy arm rest with lockable storage -Alarm system installed -Functioning windshield wipersIf you're interested or have any further questions please contact Jen at The car is located in Beverly Hills, CA
  4. 1966 Buick Wildcat 4 door. California car with new interior and headliner. Original owner, with new interior and headliner. The car has 146,000 original miles and has owner handbooks etc. Early model with script emblems. Car is drivable and in great mechanical and cosmetic condition and located in the San Fernando Valley/Los Angeles. Car is equipped with factory air. Price $7500.00 If interested please email
  5. Original woven brake linning for sale in all sizes, some even have brass threads running through them. Send me a e-mail with your needs, lenght and width for pricing.​ 1-262-392-2989 or Marv.
  6. Hello everyone, my name is Emmett W. Unfortunately, I'm in a situation like many of us, failing brake accumulators. I've spent days searching for a suitable replacement but can't find any less than $250 ea. I'm in college studying industrial engineering and many students, can't really afford expensive parts like this even for the precious TC. So, I plan on (within a month) ordering new accumulators from a Chinese hydraulic accumulator manufacturer. The min. order from the supplier is 5 @ $30 ea. not including shipping. So instead of ordering 5 accumulators and enjoying a pointless surplus of brake balls, I was wondering if anyone else was interested in purchasing a brand new near OE spec accumulator. The specs I will be able to achieve are a pressure rating of 210 BAR or 3045.7, a volume of 19.5 cubic inches, and OE M14*1.5 threads. To compare, OE spec is (I believe, I've also heard 2600 psi, giving benefit of doubt) 206.8 BAR or min 3000 psi , volume of 15 cubic inches and M14.5*1.5 threading. Anyone interested? keep in mind this would be a ridiculously low price in comparison to the unavailable DELCO or HYDAC units.
  7. This 1955 Chrysler Crown Imperial C70 Limousine, VIN: C551108, is one of 120 ever built, it is extremely rare and valuable. It is completely stock. An unrestored sixty-year-old surviving 1955 Crown Imperial Limousine. Again, RARE! This Limo has a 331 Cu/in Hemi V8 Engine with a Carter four-barrel carburetor producing 250 H/p. Has a Power-Flite Two Speed Automatic Transmission, Factory Air Conditioning, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Window, Factory Heater, and Town & Country AM Radio. This Limo has been stored for over twenty years and is complete. The 331 Hemi V8 Engine is complete including all the original Air Condition parts. We have not started the engine since we purchased in in 1995. Regarding the Body sheet metal, other than the few rust spots in the trunk, a 5-inch wide by 10-inch long hole in the driver’s side floor pan and along both sides rocker panels (see photos). The body is totally solid with out rust and is in great shape with little to no dents. It is a great restoration car and would be a great investment. This limo is one of four that I own. I have a limo parts car that also must be sold. these cars are in high demand after restoration, ( that's why I have two Limo's in my collection in my build shop now. I don't feel I will get to this one any time soon. [ I attached a few pictures of my other Limos for your reference ] Questions: Please call me about this car or any of the other 1955 to 1957 MoPars I have for sale, visit I will discuss any reasonable offers for my cars. My phone number is 650-280-1472. I still have many left! Vintage Non-Restored Cars for Sale: Chryslers Dodge & DeSotos Specialty 1942 to 1957 Cars: One 1942 DeSoto Coupe, One 1950 Chrysler New Yorker, One 1955 Crown Imperial Limousine, One 1956 Imperial 2 door H/T, One 1956 Chrysler New Yorker 2 door H/T, Three 1956 Chrysler New Yorker Town Country Wagons, One 1957 Chrysler New Yorker 2 door Hard top. Many more, Parts cars and so on! Call: 1-650-280-1472 This car is available for bidding on eBay or you can call me at 1-650-280-1472 to make an offer. Thanks, Michel
  8. $7,500 "Original in every respect, 1941 Buick., Straight Eight, with new accesoreis, Carbs, water pump.,starter and ignition., Drive it home with your Dealer tag, OH< new brakes, plumbing, and tires., need restoration finished, has new seat covers., and head liner, Windows and Garnish Molding are in the trunk, No rust., have 2 new bumpers."
  9. For Sale. Front Seat Rear Courtesy Lamp Lens and Bezel from a 41 Buick Super 4 Door sedan. Probably fits other models. Glass I would say is near perfect, maybe perfect. Chrome is excellent. $250 for the pair.
  10. For Sale. From a 1941 Buick Super 4 door sedan.Probably fits other models. Front seat lower front courtesy light glass and bezel. Glass is excellent, chrome is very good. $125 for the pair.
  11. I have a set of 1942 Buick Moldings marked "1324486 56C-56S-76C-76S Upper Gravel Shield Moldings" on eBay with a starting bid of $120 + $6 shipping to the lower 48. Forum members are welcome to contact me about purchasing directly. I have a box of moldings labeled "1942" that were purchased from the Lewis Jenkins estate, just after closing a few years ago.To check them out, these are listed individually on eBay (my eBay moniker is "41buicks") Happy to sell the whole lot : )
  12. I think someone was looking for these, and I didn't think I had them, but it turned out that I do. I can't find the message where the person was looking for them. They are the trim strips off the interior of the station wagon tailgate. They are for sale.
  13. I have the following moldings available; 1957 Chrysler New Yorker Right front fender spier & left rear quater lower for a 4 door. 1966 Chevy truck 1 wide door molding and 1 wide bed molding and 1 narrow bed molding. These are for a long bed Custom Cab option. 1957-58 Plymouth wide upper front & rear door moldings off a wagon but 4 door should be the same. 1963 Falcon 2 door both quarter moldings and one door molding. 1953 DeSoto 4 door upper belt line moldings off the doors. 1941 Chevy hood center strip that meets the hood ornament. 1962 Oldsmobile Super 88 4 door side trim, hood center strip, cast bar between tail lights and other misc pieces. 1964 Ford fender moldings 1960 Plymouth 2 door trim from the top of the fin to the front fenders. Also top of fin that stops just behind the door on a 4 door. Grille and V trim on lower valance. 1960 Dodge Phoenix 2 door right door molding and fin top moldings. 1961 Dodge quarter trim. 1966 Dodge Polara 2 door all side trim. Let me know what interest you and I can get a discription & maybe pictures plus a price. Thanks!
  14. Found this 1929 Hupmobile Century 6 Opera Coupe which has been stored inside for much of it's life. Pristine condition, looks just like new. Original 6 cylinder engine, no rust or deterioration to be found. Pictures below show it as found before it was washed, waxed and had the chrome polished, so it's even better than it looks. Interesting things, it has a much smaller front passenger seat than the driver's seat, but it's the only one that folds to get into the back seat. Asking $14,000, negotiable. Can bring it to you on a flatbed truck at extra cost. Located in Willoughby, OH, ~30 miles east of Cleveland. Incidentally, also got pictures showing how the polished chrome looks. Note that in the last piucture the spare tire has been removed after polishing the chrome above it, you may be able to see the difference there. Ted Quick (440) 289-9015
  15. Hello, on behalf of Glen Bessant from Wawanesa, MB. Canada I have antique cars in various forms to sell, and am wondering if this would be a great place to do that? Thanks, Aaron Hofer Wawanesa, MB. Glens #: 1204-824-2046 Here a few of the cars he has, with an unappraised asking price (in CDN $). He wants to negotiate, and wants to see his collection move. All cars need restoration. Please call him for more info, or email me at for photos. I don't know any details, as I'm just his connection to the internet. 1947 Oldsmobile (3000$) 1975 Austin Mini (3000$) 1947 Stuedaker (2000$) 1952 Oldsmobile (3000$) 1961 Hardtop Ford (3000$) 1926 Model T Ford (3000$) 1931 Dodge Car Body (3500$) 1956 Blue Hudson (4000$) 1947 Desota (4000$) 1957 Chevy Van (6000$) 1927 Dodge Body (500$) 1936 International Truck on 1927 Chevy Chassis (1000$) 1925 Buick (5000$) 1925 International Truck (8000$)
  18. This is a pair of rear quarter window moldings in good condition for a 1937 Buick Coupe. $60.00 plus mailing cost. 814 942 8769
  19. I​ have sold my 1953 Buick and have some misc parts for sale: $100 for the lot plus shipping 1. 6 Volt BUICK PUSHBUTTON RADI​O .... Purchased didn't use not sure if it works or not 2.​ Side mirrors, some pitting and mirrors need replacing 3.​ Speedometer again not sure if it works 4. 12 Volt​ Clock out of a 1953 Roadmaster Send me a PM ​or call me 559 355-3551 Paul
  20. 1931 Auburn 8-98A Deluxe Phaeton Sedan Purchased from Jim Miller (Ontario) in 2010. Mr. Miller was known for his outstanding collection of original cars, many of which were auctioned at Hershey in 2013ACD Certified (A-507) with all original body, engine, and VIN tagsKnown ownership history back to early 1960’s and featured in Automobile Quarterly, Spring, 1967 (copy included)Original owner’s manual and copies of factory Service Manuals and Parts Lists This striking Auburn has never been totally restored. Cosmetically refreshed over the years, it appears to wear only its second coat of paint dating back to the early 1960’s and has its second interior and third convertible top from factory new. In fact, the body has never been off the frame as evidenced by how solid the doors close. The mileage showing is believed to be the original miles and the Auburn man radiator ornament is the original too! Since purchasing the Auburn, we have enjoyed touring in it and it is sorted and ready to go. With a complete tune up, complete new wiring harness, brakes adjusted, fresh tires, and radiator flushed, it runs and drives as good as it looks. With the addition of a new low ratio ring & pinion gears (inside the original rear housing), a hidden electric fuel pump (for back up), and seat belts for safety, it is ready for the enjoyment of worry free touring. The new rear gears were made by Phil Bray and the original gears will go with the car. It has a new leather interior matching the original, new correct convertible top, new runningboard mat and trim, and new stainless steel exhaust system. Price reduced to $105,000 - reasonable offers considered. David Peeler (cell 704-564-5468)
  21. This is a complete set of chrome-plated aluminum sill plates for 1941-1942 Buick Limiteds. These plates are stamped with #s H-76659, H-76658, H-76663 and H-76662. They are a complete set removed from a 1941 90F parts car. I removed all of the rusted screws, dissolved the rust and cleaned the plates up as best possible. The are good cores that have some corrosion and light pitting, but the chrome plating prevented any loss of alumnium, even after sitting near/in the ground for many years. As far as I know, these plates are not available as reproductions. Price for the set of four is $250 plus shipping. Karl Pippart, AACA #994829; Chalfont, PA USA
  22. I am selling my 1932 Stutz DV-32 LeBaron long wheelbase sedan, at the Keno Brothers Auction in New York City this Thursday November 19. I bought the car three years ago from the daughter of the original owner, who had put the car on blocks in 1939. After 73 years in heated dry storage we got the car back on the road and drove it to Pebble Beach where it won first place in the Prewar Preservation Class in 2012. 23K miles since new. Completely original and unrestored. Top running condition. To see detailed photos, videos and description please visit the auction site:
  23. *SOLD* Well, it's the Fourth of July, and what could be more American than a Chevy Impala convertible with a massive 427 cubic inch V8 under the hood? There's a lot of story behind this car, but the important facts are these: One, it's a real-deal L72 427/425. Two, it's 100% matching-numbers. Three, it's fully documented with Protect-O-Plate, original dealer paperwork, and photos. Four, it's got a show-grade restoration that's less than 500 miles old and cost close to $110,000. Now, the thing with the L72 is that they aren't supposed to exist. Chevrolet never advertised their availability in any of their promotional materials and it didn't show up on any dealer information, so unless you knew which boxes to check on your order form in 1969, it wasn't really available. Only 546 L72 engines were built and installed across the Chevrolet line, mostly in Corvettes, so the number of Impala convertibles that received the engine can probably be counted on one hand. For numbers guys, this car lights up all the right buttons and it's a blast to drive, too! The restoration is extremely fresh and beautifully done. It has been repainted its original Olympic Gold and by using modern paints, it probably looks a lot better than new. As far as we can tell, all the sheetmetal, including the floors and trunk, are original to the car and in spectacular condition--this was never a rusty car. Gaps are exacting, the hood fits right, and the doors close so easily that you tend to slam them too hard the first few times because you expect a GM car of this era with heavy doors to be, well, sloppy. This one is NOT sloppy. Chrome and trim are show-quality, save for one of the wheel molding pieces which has a few dings in it--I don't know if replacements are available, but that's the only real demerit I can find on the entire body. It's incredibly sharp. The interior was changed from its original Parchment to black, and I'm kind of bummed about that, but there's no doubt that it's well done. Correct materials and patterns are used throughout and it feels and looks like new inside. This car is optioned with power windows, a tilt steering column, and a rosewood wheel, all of which came on the car when it was new, and interestingly enough, A/C was not available with the L72, so don't look for it here. The gauges are restored but the mileage was not rolled back--we strongly believe that the 43,000 or so miles shown on the clock is authentic. There's a modern AM/FM/cassette radio in the dash, but the original AM radio is included with the car. The black power convertible top is new, and I believe I'm the first one to ever put it down--it works flawlessly and latches easily without a fight and offers a tight-fitting black boot to match. The trunk is dressed with a reproduction mat, but the spare tire is MIA--we're trying to track it down and we're pretty sure it's still at the restoration shop. The engine is the original, numbers-matching L72 427 with 425 horsepower. It was fully rebuilt to stock specs and runs superbly. The big Holley is a little cranky when it's cold, but get it warmed up and this big car moves like it's two weight classes lighter. There's a thump to the exhaust that suggests big firepower under the hood, but it's content to idle all day and sits in traffic without getting hot. The engine bay is fully detailed for show, with correct fittings, hardware, and decals, with the only real demerit being an Optima battery instead of a repro Delco, but that's easy to fix if you want to show it. The TH400 3-speed automatic is fully rebuilt and shifts crisply and it has unusual 3.55 gears out back, a reasonable compromise between acceleration and highway-friendly. The exhaust is a custom-made stainless steel system that has some of the most beautiful welds I've ever seen and definitely gives this big brute a great soundtrack. A few suspension bits, including the sway bars and rear control arms are from Hotchkis, but I've removed the decals and it would take an expert to spot them. And again, original stuff is easy to find if you want 100% original. Original painted steel wheels with dog dish hubcaps is how this one came from the factory, and they're now fitted with fat 235/75/15 redline radials, so it handles great. The mythical L72 is a pretty big deal. The last 427 Impala convertible we had sold in about three weeks, and this one is nicer, faster, and with a far better pedigree. Probably the finest of its kind anywhere and extraordinarily rare, it's pretty exciting to have it in our showroom. We're asking $69,900 and we're always open to reasonable offers. Thanks for reading!
  24. Unusual high quality find Starts and runs nicely Power Adjustable mechanical brakes Shocks Adjustable from drivers seat Price,,$ 85,000,,,Trades considerd (For more information) "Ask The Man Who Owns One" Cheers Ben 207-793-2800...... Calls are screened. Please speak clearly and leave your number twice 207-590-6903....... Lester's cell phone More Photos available