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  1. For Sale.. 42 inch 'Buick Service' double sided porcelain sign. Very nice condition with a few marks at the original mounting hole locations. Located just 7 miles from the Hershey show fields. Can also arrange for shipping. For information or viewing, contact Rick Hoover at hooverrestorations@Comcast.net or 717-944-0656 weekdays. $2,400.00
  2. 12 volt distributor in beautiful condition .10 dollars plus shipping cost. Contact hsahu8034@gmail.com
  3. I have a few older Buick parts for sale that I acquired. They seem to be in the appx. neighborhood of 1945. Please see the pictures that follow and send any e-mails with your questions to: samdotcom12345@gmail.com and I will answer asap. Thank-you in advance Sam
  4. For a 1928 Dodge . door check strap hardware. The metal hardware held with 2 screws on the door which locks the strap in place. hsahu8034@gmail.com
  5. Can bring super clean soft top for early Bronco to Hershey if anyone can use it. Asking $300.
  6. Cold. Dead. Hands. To paraphrase Charlton Heston, you're going to have to fight me for the keys to this lovely 1934 Ford Deluxe Roadster. This might just be the most beautiful mass-produced car ever made, and it was certainly the most beautiful thing you could buy for $550 in 1934. A flathead Ford has been on my must-have list for quite some time now, and this one is very, very hard for me to resist. It's not a show car, which is how I like them, although it was given a high-quality restoration perhaps 20-25 years ago. I personally love the Cordoba Tan color scheme on these cars, because the red wheels really pop, and it has a sophisticated look that belies its modest original price. Bodywork is quite good all around and the paint shines up well, although there's some micro-blistering on the front fenders that's evident upon close inspection. The chrome and stainless is quite good, with an excellent grille and straight bumpers, with the rear bumper showing a few spots where the chrome has been chipped like it was hit with tiny gravel or something--I can't explain how it happened. The rubber running boards are nice, the step plates to the rumble seat are new, and the sleek greyhound hood ornament has crisp details and no broken legs, as is common (my father's fell off ALL the time). Not perfect, but a very high-grade driver. The brown leatherette interior is quite correct and was completely restored with the rest of the car. The front seat is unmarked, the door panels are in great shape, and the dash is woodgrained approximately how they would have done it in 1934. The big, round speedometer is lovely to behold and it's flanked by a fuel gauge and an ammeter, but sadly the fuel gauge isn't working (which is typical of these hydro-static gauges). It's completely unmodified without so much as an electric fuel pump switch and still starts using the foot pedal between the clutch and brake pedals. My favorite "spoon" accelerator pedal takes me back to when I was a boy riding in my father's '34 Ford sedan, which is a big reason why this car resonates with me--a '34 Ford was my father's first old car when I was three years old. Anyway, the top is in good condition with light fading on the canvas and a few very faint stains, but it's very presentable and the rumble seat is in first-class condition. There are no side curtains. The engine is a correct 21-stud 221 cubic inch flathead V8 and it runs superbly. You'll quickly note that it still carries aluminum cylinder heads, which were standard but due to galvanic corrosion between the heads and iron block, they were frequently (and free of charge) changed to iron heads by dealers in-period. There's also a correct aluminum manifold up top, a generator, and a Stromberg 97 carburetor, which isn't exactly right for a '34, but it's a smart choice due to fantastic parts availability and easy tuning. It starts quickly and easily with a little choke and idles at about 400 RPM with barely a whisper under the hood and a nice V8 burble from the tailpipe. Clutch action is light and smooth, the transmission shifts cleanly, and it happily cruises at 45-50 MPH without working very hard. Brakes are still mechanical, so plan your stops a little more carefully, and it sits on gorgeous red wire wheels with Ford script whitewall tires. I love, love, love this car. I desperately want it for myself, but it's not in the cards right now, so this is your opportunity. Original, unmolested roadsters are very rare these days and top examples are easily six-figure cars. We're asking $69,900 and this car will be on display in the car corral at Hershey, spots B69-B69 (in fact, it'll be the car I use for commuting to the hotel all week). See you there!
  7. 1931 Chrysler Imperial speedometer and cable. Believe this fits Model CG. In excellent condition, $395. Coming out from Calif, can deliver speedo to Hershey. Also have a matched pair of beautiful dual sidemount welled front fenders which fit 32-33 Chrysler Custom Imperial. Nicest pair you'll find! 5K for both.
  8. 1931 Chrysler Imperial speedometer and cable. Believe this fits Model CG. In excellent condition, $395. Coming out from Calif, can deliver speedo to Hershey. Also have a matched pair of beautiful dual sidemount welled front fenders which fit 32-33 Chrysler Custom Imperial. Nicest pair you'll find! 5K for both fenders.
  9. 1931 Chrysler Imperial speedometer and cable. Believe this fits Model CG. In excellent condition, $395. Coming out from Calif, can deliver speedo to Hershey. Also have a matched pair of beautiful dual sidemount welled front fenders which fit 32-33 Chrysler Custom Imperial. Nicest pair you'll find! 5K for both.
  10. Very complete, correct, original car. Mechanically in good condition and a fun and reliable driver. Car has completed a number of local CCCA tours. 40-45 MPH is a very comfortable speed. Received AACA HPOF (Historical Preservation of Original Features) designation, and is a CCCA Full-Classic. Only manufactured for one year, the Series 81 is a relatively rare car with only 33 on the Pierce-Arrow roster, only 5 of which are noted to be 5-Passenger Sedans. The car was mechanically restored and cosmetically refreshed by previous owners between 1971 and 2001. What was done was clearly intended to preserve as much originality as possible. They seemed to only paint what they needed to, etc. The interior is original and shows it's age, and most of the paint is what was put on in the factory. For this reason, and the simple fact that it's a Pierce-Arrow, the car draws steady crowds at shows and while on tour. When I purchased the car about ten years ago, my plan was to fully restore it since it was so complete and mechanically so sound, but after the attention it received at the first car show I entered it in, I realized what I had and decided to not restore, but instead to continue the preservation. Since then, the interest in original/unrestored cars has grown dramatically, which is increasingly evident each time I put the car in a show or a tour. I'm only selling the car because my interest has turned to another. If I were to keep this one, I'd only fix the few little things that need attention and replace the very few things that are missing. It's a pretty short list of items which I can e-mail you, along with what I know about the car's history. The car is ready to drive and enjoy. Clean Florida title. Feel free to contact me for more information. Many more photos at: http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/pierce-arrow/81/1775441.html
  11. Interesting opportunity http://springfield.craigslist.org/bik/5237705313.html
  12. 1910 Elmore DemiToneau fully restored as close to original as possible. Car has new aluminum pistons, original carburetor, original priming system & original Atwater Kent coil box and ignition system. It has added and electric starter. The upolustry was done by the best man on the east coast. Elmore cars were made from 1902-1912 and all used 2 cycle engines. I have never seen one running. This one really runs and I have a video on You Tube to prove it. This year and model I believe to be the only one. Please email me for price and many pictures. I don't list the price as I did in another add and I got many scams. Tel 610 687 3989 email stuffstuffetc@gmail.com
  13. stutzl6

    stutz

    1929 up new inside door and window handles in stock . Will be at Hershey cg50 . There thr and fri.
  14. Selling a 1928 Ford Model A Phaeton This car is in gorgeous shape. No rust. Two side mounts. Top is like new with boot. Wiper motor is aging ;-) Photos: http://s296.photobucket.com/user/dalegribble28681/library/1928%20Phaeton"]http://s296.photobucket.com/user/dalegribble28681/library/1928%20Phaeton Located in Taylorsville, NC. Selling for $21,000. Contact me at 828-315-1556 - Don.
  15. For Sale: 1941 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 60 Special This car is back up for sale on eBay at the link below. Hopefully we can find her a good home! http://www.ebay.com/itm/Cadillac-Other-Series-60-Special-/201440277804?forcerrptr=true&hash=item2ee6c6b52c&item=201440277804 Please visit the ebay page for all details and pictures. Thanks for looking. Regards, David Fanning
  16. I have a 55 76r project that I'm considering selling based on the feedback I get. I have most of the original paperwork. The car was originally bought by a man named Hayes a. Noel who was the son of one of the men that built the Noel Hotel in Nashville. It has most every option they were available with. Factory air conditioning,power windows,power seats,power antenna,power steering,power brakes,tissue dispenser,continental kit. I have all the chrome, most of it's in great shape and I have duplicates of several things. The engine that's in the car is the original and it's really difficult to turn over. It could be rebuilt but I have a sweet running/clean '56 322 to take it's place. The body is very solid with very very little rust in it. The pans, rockers,lower doors,all the sills,drip rails and all the other prone areas are all in great shape.The left fender is the only panel on the car that needs to be replaced and I have a replacement for it. I don't have the time to get this project rolling anytime soon so I would like to trade for a 60's model buick 2 door that needs a little less work or a pre-68 impala or galaxie.I am also interested in most any kind of pre-73 2 door, wagon,
  17. 1938 Ford Coupe Deluxe V8 - For Sale I am posting this for my father in law Please contact Don @ 856-769-1350 or via email: donalddrummerdon@aol.com Black w/ Tan cloth interior. CLEAN Original Restoration - Garage Kept. Trophy Winning Coupe! This car was beautifully restored in 2006. Recently added hidden radio and heater by present owner. Starts/Runs perfect!! See a few more photos on this craigslist ad: http://southjersey.craigslist.org/cto/5241590604.html Video walk around of the car here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoS7IlBH99w Motor/Trans Original Flat Head 8 Motor completely rebuilt raised from 85 to 120 Horsepower. Offenhauser heads Dual exhaust Dual carbs Electronic ignition Electric fuel pump Synchronized transmission from 3rd to 2nd. Hydrolic breaks Hydrolic shocks High Speed Rear Great tires / white walls. Extra Parts Completely pro-rebuilt starter motor Unfinished skirts Original jack Spare wheel/tire 4 matching wheel center caps + other 3 matching caps (both options shown in picture on pass side) Car Cover All records/rebuild paperwork (WITH PHOTOS) including correspondence & receipts Looking to sell to free up garage space for other collector cars, but not no pressure to sell. I'll gladly keep it if the right offer doesn't come along. Asking $29,500. Only reasonable offers accepted. Email or call for more info. No TXT Message (not a cell number)
  18. Not mine, but it looks to be in really good shape. I am a fan of 4 door hardtops. http://greensboro.craigslist.org/cto/5170404960.html Excellent car to get into the old car hobby w/o breaking the bank - this car is a NC car and when purchased in 2012 had little to no rust - the car has approx. 88,000 miles and features the 401 - 4 barrel Carter Carb. - the engine is known as the wildcat 445 (torque) -the engine bay has been cleaned up - fender wells , engine etc. have been painted - this car looks like it should - hasn't been screwed up and hot rodded - it has a new alternator , fuel pump, water pump, new wheel cylinders, power brake booster and add on auxiliary booster - it has a new radiator core and exhaust - the interior has been cleaned and painted where needed - it is original aside from new carpet - the car has a tilt steering wheel - the rear window was removed and a small leak repaired and reinstalled with new seals - the car had the body worked over - there appeared to be only minor prior damage - it was repainted in bronze metallic gold (factory color) the radio works - not sure about the fan for the heater - the windshield wipers are inoperable due to a shorted motor - I have a replacement motor - carb has a manual choke and a spare rebuilt carb with electric choke kit is included - I believe that the brake lines should be replaced - the brakes work ok but they are a little firm - emails only please - put 64 wildcat in the subject line of your email - I will not respond to non-specific emails - asking 6950 - will only discuss price in person - I've cut the price a couple times - I'm just ready to move on to something different - but there isn't much meat left on this bone - but I am willing to negotiate some -
  19. Selling (3) 1962 DKW junior s as a package deal $800.00 bring a trailer call Jeff 509-389-9400
  20. I have a 55 76r project that I'm considering selling based on the feedback I get. I have most of the original paperwork.I have a clean title for it. The car was originally bought by a man named Hayes a. Noel who was the son of one of the men that built the Noel Hotel in Nashville. It has most every option they were available with. Factory air conditioning,power windows,power seats,power antenna,power steering,power brakes,tissue dispenser,selectronic radio,continental kit. I have all the chrome, most of it's in great shape and I have duplicates of several things. The engine that's in the car is the original and it's really difficult to turn over. It could be rebuilt but I have a sweet running/clean '56 322 to take it's place. The body is very solid with very very little rust in it. The pans, rockers,lower doors,all the sills,drip rails and all the other prone areas are all in great shape. I don't have the time to get this project rolling anytime soon so I would like to trade for a 60's model buick 2 door that needs a little less work or a pre-68 impala or galaxie.I am also interested in most any kind of pre-73 2 door, wagon or truck
  21. I debated as to whether I should list this 1964 Ford Custom here. Yes, technically it's a clone, but the story is so much more interesting than that. The gentleman who restored/built it actually owned an original 1964 R-code (that's a 427 8-barrel race motor to us mortals) Custom, which he bought at the legendary Tasca Ford and raced in-period and beyond. Eventually, as often happens to old race cars, it was just plain used up. The quarter panels had been cut and welded and hammered to clear varying sizes of slicks, the body was tweaked, the frame was modified time and time again, and the interior was gutted, replaced, gutted again, fitted with a cage, etc. In short, the original car was just plain beat to the point where even restoring it would be a monumental challenge. Somehow, somewhere, he found an identical body shell: this Los Angeles-built V-code (that's a lowly six-cylinder) Custom 2-door sedan. If you're not familiar with the "Custom" line at Ford, it was pretty much the bottom-of-the-line, bargain-basement model that was typically used for fleet orders. Need a batch of Ford squad cars? Customs were what the city bought. At any rate, he found this ultra-clean Custom 2-door sedan, complete with an exquisitely preserved original interior, and proceeded to swap all the hardware from his genuine R-code car onto this shell. The result is a car that's in exactly the condition it might have been right before its first race in 1964. Oh, yeah, he spent about $100,000 to make it happen. So yes, it's technically a clone, but it was built by the original owner of a real-deal R-code Custom who used his real R-code parts from that real car to build this one, and it's pretty darned spectacular. Wimbledon White is even this car's original color, just like the R-code factory cars, and the body was stripped bare and refinished to show standards. There's not a ripple or wave anywhere on the car, and while it may seem familiar up front (the Custom used a Galaxie nose), the rear may look a little strange because it's unique to the Custom line. Not quite a Galaxie and not quite a Fairlane, and as a result of this, replacement panels are unobtainium. Fortunately, this car lived its entire life in southern California where it was built, and the sheetmetal was exquisite. In fact, it was so nice that the body didn't even need to come off the frame because it's super clean underneath. All the chrome was restored, an NOS grille was sourced at a cost of more than $1300, and even the 'Custom' emblems were restored, because nobody repops them. Experts will note that this car even uses red taillights without the integral back-up light, a signature component of the R-code cars and again, practically impossible to obtain today. The blue interior is astoundingly original and ultra-clean. The carpets are new, the gauges were rebuilt, and the dash was refinished, but the seats, door panels, and headliner are vintage 1964. There's some discoloration on the arm rests, as you'd expect, but the seats are still firm and comfortable, particularly in back, which is almost unused. You'll note the gauges are beautifully restored with crisp silver faces and they all work properly. The odometer was reset to 0 when it was restored, and shows about 4600 miles today. I especially dig the radio and clock delete plates and at night, when you hit the headlights, the dash lights up blue, even the little letters on the bezels surrounding the secondary switches. The 1960s Stewart Warner auxiliary gauges were also rebuilt, with a warning light for low oil pressure, and yes, that 1967-ish Mallory rev control is fully functional. That's the original (and not reproduced) 4-speed shifter, but it has been invisibly adapted to a Hurst linkage, so it racks through the gears like a bolt-action rifle. All the weather-stripping is new so there are no squeaks or rattles and the doors close precisely (remember this was originally a six cylinder car, so it wasn't abused). There are some stains on the front seat backs, as the car was stored for many years with a tire leaning against them, but otherwise, it's very well preserved. Heck, there's even just one sun visor, just like the original R-code cars! The trunk is obviously rust-free and carries a correct mat, a relocated battery with built-in voltage indicator, plus the original spare tire and jack. OK, the big deal lives under the hood. That's $15,000 worth of R-code 427 cubic inch thunder, rebuilt by the pros at CAMS, who specialize in Ford FE motors, particularly the "side oiler" 427s. It's got correct Holley 4-barrels up top, correct linkages, and even a correct oversized pulley on the generator, a little item I saw recently on eBay for $550. The Mickey Thompson valve covers and air cleaner are the same ones that were on the race car for most of its racing career, so they were reinstalled on the motor when it was rebuilt, but I think I'd prefer the stock "Powered By Ford" chrome valve covers and air cleaner, which are easy enough to find. For a big bruiser, it starts easily, although there is no choke, so it's a bit cranky when it's cold. There's a big honkin' cam inside, so the idle is lumpy, but get it over 2000 RPM and it's as smooth as butter. At 3000 RPM, things start to happen in a terrifying hurry, so you'd better make sure it's aimed where you want it to go. I don't think I've ever driven anything this big that's also this fast. The Top Loader 4-speed was rebuilt by an expert out west and uses a special gearset just for R-code cars, so it's pretty snappy off the line, and there are 3.50 gears out back, which are tame enough for use on the street--there's enough torque on tap that you won't miss the original 4.56s. For safety, they added a set of beefy disc brakes and a dual reservoir master cylinder, but that appears to be the lone non-period modification to the entire car. It sits on steel wheels, with 8.15-15 BFGoodrich Silvertown bias-plys up front and rather well-sized 275/60/15 radials out back that hook up pretty well and look like vintage street slicks. If you were watching the Mecum auction two weeks ago, you saw a real-deal R-code Galaxie (much more common) sell for $130,000. While I suppose this is "merely" a clone, it's accurate and all the parts came from a real R-code Custom and it was built by the original owner. Hard to argue with a pedigree like that. And at only $49,900, it represents not only a screaming bargain compared to a real one, but also in comparison to the cost of building your own clone, because the receipts on this one add up to six figures. If you were there, you know what a brute this is, and if you've only heard stories, believe me, this sucker more than lives up to the legend. Thanks for reading!
  22. Not mine but looks worthy of sharing. https://portland.craigslist.org/clc/ctd/5233259396.html
  23. Not mine. The owner is a member of my local AACA Chapter. If anybody is interested and needs more information I can easily contact the seller. https://wilmington.craigslist.org/cto/5239952171.html