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  1. . The label on the box is missing , but matches OTC J tool . Unused with the adapters as shown in photos. More photos if needed Came from a closed dealership. Price is $25 plus shipping SOLD Check , USPMO , or PayPAl , buyer pays fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  2. 1930 Dodge Three Window Coupe - $12000 (Pinckney)
  3. Thanks to all who expressed an interest - She is going to a good home, I think! New Photos Added and Price Lowered (down from $6800). I think this is a great buy at this price and I am hopeful that someone on this forum will purcahse the car. If not, it will go on to Ebay or be put up for auction elseware. I offered up this car for sale a year ago without success. Now I am more serious and have posted it to Craigslist and may consider trying Ebay. But, I wanted to make sure that the true Reatta affectionados on this forum also have a "chance to take a look". This is an incredibly nice, reliable, well maintained, and updated “Driver Quality” vehicle. She has fewer than 87K miles and all mechanicals and systems work flawlessly except: 1) the cassette player, 2) left/right adjustment of driver side mirror (up and down works fine). The paint is shiny and bright and the body is without major dings, dents, or scrapes. However there are some minor parking lot dings on the front of the hood that have been repaired with touchup paint. (Mostly not noticible unless you are OCD like me, or are looking real hard). It also has a "Sequential Tail Light" system installed, reminicent of the mid-sixty Thunderbirds. It is unique and work great. I purchased this car less than three years ago The previous ownerdid major updating including: new muffler and tail-pipe, R134 upgrade, brake accumulator, struts at all four corners, Fluid services, transmission service, tune up, headlight arms, wheel speed sensors, and maybe other services that I cannot recall. After purchase, I drove over 1300 miles home without a hiccup. This beauty has performed flawlessly ever since. The only thing I’ve done to it is semiannual oil and filter changes and other regular maintenance and cleaning. A new “EZ-On” top was installed by “Convertibles Only” in Seattle. They did a superior job. Other forum members here can attest to their excellent work. I changed from the white original color top to tan; which I think looks nicer. But those who are a stickler for originality, may disapprove. If you are interested please private message me. I’m located north of Seattle near the Canadian Border (U.S.A. Side) . I hope you enjoy the pictures and will consider if this is the car you need for your future top-down touring and cruising. Don
  4. Up for sale is a good barn find; my 1929 Studebaker Commander coupe that I purchased from my grandfather. I would have loved to restore this car but I'm currently trying to to expand my repair shop so it must go . Car is 85% all there! Will make a great restoration project! Car has never been restored so its sitting in its original condition untouched. Body Tag reads GQ-1 vin #4078910 Runs and drives great! Fired right up after 10yr of sitting. I have videos of it starting, running, and driving. Shifts great! Areas of wood that need repairing -Roof -Passenger side running board -Rear area of trunk Rest of wood is in SOLID shape -Trunk lid area -"Beams" between the splash aprons and body are solid -"Cross member" wood under body is in great shape as well -Floor is solid -Wheels are great! MAJORITY OF WOOD IS SOLID see it to believe it! Comes with extra headgasket and other misc parts/tools. Interior is all there ready to be restored HORN still works too Drivers window rolls up and down great, passenger side and rear window will roll down partially, dont want to force it without inspecting the cause of it. All steel is SOLID and in great shape, no rust rotting through just surface rust. Other minor things that need attention include, tires, front emblem, levers on steering wheel, light bulbs and one marker lamp lens. I am asking around $9,500 OBO make an offer needs to go! Motivated seller! Car is located in Zumbrota MN. Contact me (Jake) at 507 259 0091 thanks! I have the means to haul it ANYWHERE, after I receive cash in hand. Hauling will be a separate charge.
  5. Date: Sunday, Sept. 13th, 2015 Place: 43 Beechnut Drive, Gouldsboro, PA 18424 Time: Preview 11 AM. Auction at 12 noon. Details: Complete clearance auction of hundreds of 1950s Pontiac and GM parts, held live onsite and online. This is the sale of the unused parts from the six other cars that contributed to the "Featured Restoration" Pontiac Star Chief, as seen on the cover of May 2014 issue of Auto Restorer magazine. Unrestored 1955 Pontiac Star Chief 4 Door and 1955 Dodge C1B5 1/2-Ton Pickup (both ready to restore or for parts), Motors, Fenders, Doors, Bumpers, Radiators, Speedometers, Lights, Seats, Windshield, Stainless Steel Trim, Radios, Interior and Exterior parts.... Event is open to the public. Event includes food vendor. Registration is FREE. Video (1:43): Map: Route I-380 to Route 507, 2 miles to signs. Plenty of parking on quiet street. Visit for photos and catalog/items list. Printable catalog is attached. Many lots are for sale to the onsite crowd only and not included in this list. Contact: Rich Coccodrilli, Jr., Auctioneer, via email to or phone to 570-656-3299. United Country–Legacy Auction & Realty, AY002051 Printable Catalog-6 pgs.doc
  6. 4 very good rust free doors for a hard top. No cancer ready to scuff n shoot. $400 all or offer . La Center Washi
  7. 1948 Buick Super Sedanette Originally California Car Great Driver, Great Condition. Not Perfect but very nice. Buick Bugle Front Page Cover - ​July 2013 Located in NJ $23,500 Steve V 732-927-1222 More Pictures-
  8. Can someone give me a little info on what this really is? Very old AC spark plug machine with a Chevy emblem on the front. I will post pic
  9. Have more details later. Busy with the move and being on fire duty. Thought I would throw it out there. Parts and complete cars.
  10. Does anyone know what this is. My dad and i cleaned out a garage with a bunch of antique car parts. This is lead and weighs almost 7 pounds. Thanks in advance
  11. WPC rosters: 1993, 1995, 1996 POC rosters: 1991, 1994, 2000 All good shape. $35.00 for the lot, including economy shipping in USA PayPal works fine. Harold
  12. WPC rosters: 1993, 1995, 1996 POC rosters: 1991, 1994, 2000 All good shape. $35.00 for the lot, including economy shipping in USA PayPal works fine. Harold
  13. My wife inherited a 1976 Buick Electra Limited a couple states away. We have not yet gone to take a look at it, but understand it has been sitting in a garage since the 90's and has around 60k miles. It has the 455 engine and is supposed to be in good shape. We don't have much desire to keep the car, so what advice do you for us to get it up and running and sold? What do you think the ballpark value is? Are there particular websites that specialize in classic Buicks that may be more successful than say, Craigslist? I've had limited success searching Google. Thanks in advance for any help or advice!
  14. I have about 250 factory OE bumpers from the 1960s,1970s, and 1980s which have been straightened and re-chromed over the past 20 years. Most all are still straight but some may need to be re-chromed depending on how nice you want it. If you have something you are looking for contact me and I will do my best to help you find what you need. Jarred Burk 580-591-2115 (call or text)
  15. Used Signal Stat model 105 " FlareStat. Has plug in connectors for GM cars of the 60's See photos for condition. Price is $38 Plus shipping sold USPMO , or PayPal , buyer pays fees Send a PM Thanks Roy
  16. No connection to this. Could be a good buy if its a legit sale. Dual quads. Odd that pics have snow. Add description. more pics in listing this car is one of the best rust free cars that i have seen .has original paint and interior ,has the big engine 425 and the dual 4's w/factory aircleaner and lower moldings for doors and along bottom of car ,was going to restore this car but changed my mind car is running and driving but has the factory paint and not much left call terry 304 215 2209
  17. My grandpa and I have a 1942 Harley Davidson Flathead for sale. We are trying to sell the bike because we prefer vehicles with 4 wheels and need the money to fix up some of our cars. It is a WWII Canadian Army bike with only 6,300 miles on it. The bike is in very good condition and is ready to run. I have included photos below. We have all of the parts missing from the photos including the fenders and the horn/plate from the front. We had to partially disassemble the bike to get it home in the RV from Canada. We want it to go to a loving home where the new owner will be proud to own it.
  18. Not Mine, but it belongs to an upholsterer that I use, it's NICE
  19. A very nice driving car, originally sold in England, converted to Left hand drive. Outstanding documentation A few more photos can be seen on the Ebay link Call 860-248-1102 or email with questions or for more info. The asking price is $70,000. The car is located in Connecticut Thanks, Chris
  20. 1926 Ford Model T Coupe that has been well maintained and driven. Updated wiring, roof, interior, tires & tubes, radiator and many wear and tear items. Has nice bumpers for added safety and everything works on it, except it may need the generator brush adjusted for more voltage. Good transmission bands and the car starts, runs and drives as it should. Good tight wooden wheels. Mechanically in original Lizzie configuration. Clear title in my name. Located in Oswego, IL. Asking $9000 obo. Thanks for looking!
  21. I have a very nice NOS 1963 wire wheel cover for sale. This wheel cover has the 3 hole spinner. It does not have an emblem. The center hub on a 3 hole wheel cover projects 1/2 inch further out than the 4 hole. The spinner, center hub and disc are not interchangeable with the 4 hole variety. I am not sure about the spokes. I do not have a use for this wheel cover as all of mine are 4 hole. $175.00 plus S & H. I also have a very nice set of four 1963 4 hole wheel covers with no emblems which were on my car until a week ago and 3 NOS 1964-1965 wire wheel cover center emblems. PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  22. I puchased a 1988 buick riv, and i need to buy a steering column because my actuator rod broke.actuator and egnition switch, Anyone trying to sell? If not i was thinking about getting a pust start button added
  23. Hi All, Finances and illness have determined it is time to sell my 1936 International Harvester 1/2 ton pickup. It was a locally owned vehicle that has never been out of Pennsylvania since it was delivered new to a feed and seed store near my home. It is totally stock with the exception of small guidelights (with LED's) on the fenders and a 2nd tailight to act as turn signals. All new Rhode Island Wiring including 2-0 cables to the new 6 volt positive ground battery. New spark plugs, plug wires, distributor cap, rotor, coil, points and condenser Starts at the touch of the starter and runs cool even on 90 degree day. I rebuilt the hydraulic brakes with new master cylinder, lines, wheel cylinders, shoes and springs. While I was at it, I replaced the inner and outer wheel bearings. I opened the transmission (3 spd syncronized) and rear end for inspection. no cracks or broken teeth. Tires are like new. It is currently listed on Ebay with a low reserve: And there is a test drive on youtube: She always draws a crowd whereever we go. You will enjoy it as much as I have! Thanks, Dwight
  24. Oakland was the parent company of the Pontiac and a division of General Motors back in the day from 1909-1931. This car is an original 1925 Oakland Model 654 Coach, today more commonly known as a two-door sedan. More expensive than an Oldsmobile in 1925, the Model 654 had a number of superior features including four-wheel mechanical brakes, disc wheels with baloon tires , centralized controls on the steering wheel, automatic spark advance and a roll-up "Vision and Ventilation" windshield. It was Oakland who introduced its low-cost companion car, the Pontiac in 1926. When the Great Depression hit, many of the more expensive car producers went out of business. General Motors decided to focus on sales of the cheaper Pontiac and drop the Oakland division name all together in 1932. I have owned this car since 2009 and I must say it has been a great experience. The car is an older restoration (probably mid 1970's) of a solid original and authentic car. The car was rebuilt, repainted and reupholstered, but by all indications, never completely taken apart - Most cars of this era have been worn out, rusted out, and pieced together from junk - but not this car - It is like driving a time machine. Since my ownership, I have gone through the original 44 hp, 186 cubic-inch flat head with new rings, valves, springs, re-babbitted connecting rods, rebuilt manifolds, carlburetor, surfaced head, installed new BF Goodrich WW tires, flaps, new battery, recovered the running boards and much more. The Oakland draws attention wherever it goes. It is a great tour car that is also parade and car display ready. The car starts, runs, shifts (original 3-speed manual), and stops well. It currently runs on an electric fuel pump, but the original vacuum pump is still in place. I tour the car regularly with the local Model T Club outings and add a little class to the Ford contingent! The original Fisher body and fenders are in really good shape - hardly any indication of body damage or rust. The older repaint of the car is showing some nicks and scratches, but overall the surface is very shiny, Doors are sagging a little. I'd say the car is a great "20-footer", not perfect, but pretty awesome for a 90 year-old authentic vintage automobile. The car has a clean California title, historical vehicle plates, and currently licensed and insured. Included are rare owners and parts manuals, sales brochures and original ads along with some misc. Oakland parts that I acquired. PLEASE... serious inquiries only. I am not interested in any trades, unusual deals or third-party sales or listings. Ideally, due to the rarity of this car, this should go to someone familiar with antique and vintage cars. There are a few Oakland car clubs out there, but not nearly the levels of support that there is for Model Ts and Model As. And yes, this car could make the ultimate street rod or rat rod thing, but keeping it original would be my preference. I am listing at only $11,900 - Far less than the current restoration costs for such a rare and historic vehicle. Car is located in Northern California and I welcome your personal inspection. Best to contact me by phone at 530-878-2491 - Erik Lindstedt
  25. Found a few old Fury's with great trim still on them if anyone's looking for some. Left door trim, rear window - top and sides, and front window trim pieces. Make me an offer I can't refuse - as you can tell, it's sitting outside - still attached to the car. See attached - Thanks!