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  1. 1937P4

    Bud Wheel

    I was told these wheels were for a Dodge with the 14 hole design pattern. They are 16 x 4 1/4 with 5 on 4 1/2 BC and a 3 1/8 inch center hole. I purchased these wheels thinking they would fit a 1937 Plymouth but they don't have the alignment pin holes in them. Four of the wheels are in nice shape. The fifth one I purchased for a spare has some rust but, nothing bad. All wheels $425 plus actually shipping or you can pick them up. Shipping usually runs about $22-$25. Will use carrier of your chose. God Bless
  2. Original publication date 1911 , this is revised 1920 copy. 250 pages , 8 1/2 x 6 " Concerns the maintenance , repairs and driving instructions for early auto. See photos for samples and condition. $24 plus shipping SOLD USPMO or Pay{Pal , buyer pays fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  3. Includes 8 wrenches and leather roll as shown. The binding has come off the cover and has a temporary repair. Some of the names on wrenches include : Eisimann , Remy , Wagner , splitdorf, n. east , conn See photos for contants and condition. $32 plus shipping SOLD Check , USPMO , or PayPal , buyer pays fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  4. This is a 1965 Ford Thunderbird Convertible fully loaded with aftermarket air conditioning. Professionally repaired/restored which is documented with paperwork completed starting in 2012. Asking $22,500.00 or best offer The car is located in Lexington, Kentucky Seller: Jack Garabedian 859-619-5885 (call or text) Exterior color factory Springtime Yellow Interior is Black (the interior was completely redone, foam, carpeting, gages were cleaned & polished) 390 V8 freshly rebuilt engine, less than 1,000 on engine (also the heads redone and updated for unleaded gasoline. The primary difference being hardened valve seats) Automatic transmission was freshly rebuilt, less than 1,000 miles on it Power steering, power brakes, power windows & power seats “swing away” steering wheel New aftermarket air conditioning with a R134A system New aftermarket AM/FM CD, ipod/iphone, USB, in dash radio (still have the original radio included with the car) New tires New Edelbrock carburetor (still have the original carburetor included with the car) New brakes Convertible top is 3 years old and in excellent condition (black in color) New “flip lid” motor, housing, worm gear & some of the wiring New alternator and wiring New power steering pump New shocks New sway bar New ball joints New freeze plugs New brake hoses New rear main seal New voltage regulator New battery with new terminal cables Undercarriage coating New weather stripping on doors and truck Title in hand The repaint is starting to show its age. And some areas are showing very little surface rust Overall great condition. Everything works like new. Too much to list, I have all the paperwork documenting repairs and restoration. The car runs strong and smooth.
  5. Up for sale is one used Buick 1544638 air cleaner assembly, in “as-is” condition. Please scroll down to see photos of it. You can click on the images to see larger views. My father had purchased this many years ago, though he never owned a Buick. He must have noticed that it was in good condition and picked it up. I have no need for it and am losing some of my storage, so it needs to go. The digits “544638” are still legible on the stencil located on the oil bath housing. I think that it is a pretty safe assumption that 1544638 is the correct part number. “SER-50” is also part of the stencil, possibly identifying it is an assembly for a Super model. I identified the air cleaner using my 1953 Buick Chassis Parts Catalog. Here are the applications listed in group 3.402 for the complete air cleaner, in reverse order: 1950-52 Special and Super1949 Super with Dynaflow transmission, after the following frame numbers:15244363 Flint25205576 California35211509 Linden45254014 Kansas City55258437 Wilmington65261075 Atlanta75229689 Framingham1946-49 Special and Super (for use when replacement engine #1390885 or 1390886 has been installed)Overall, the air cleaner is in very good condition. There are no major dents, dings or scratches present. Obviously, it will need to be refinished, but there is no heavy rust or perforations. The majority of the surface rust is on the body of the silencer. The mesh inside the oil bath is tight and in good condition. The support clamp and air horn clamp are both present. The bolt with wings is in good shape. Both of the gasket within the oil bath will need to be replaced. I see no real problems with it. My price is $50.00, plus shipping and optional insurance. The air cleaner is not heavy for its size, just bulky. I will be glad to provide shipping quotes at your request and will do all I can to keep your shipping costs low. Please let me know if you have any questions at all. Thanks, Olmanwinter
  6. Unrestored convertible for sale on Ebay for $38,900.00
  7. Please can you help identify this Buick part that came from my grandfathers estate? All help is deeply appreciated!!!
  8. For sale...NOS 1950 Buick 46S,56S and 76S RR quarter panel...part number 1339806... $400 +shipping..still available please respond to
  9. Original engine and trans,not running,plus extra passenger/driver doors and wire wheel..Title in hand..Have a extra running 1936 flathead engine with trans.reconditioned radiator,original license plates and rebuilt 454 with TH350 available..Price $4500..jack..san diego..760)751-2946
  10. 5 1/2" unity " Mopar" light with bracket. Rim is nice , back has pits in chrome. See photos $24 plus shipping SOLD Check , USPMO, or PayPal, buyer pays fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  11. Hi AACA I have a quiet stunning collection of old American cars. Here's the list: 1. LOCOMOBILE 48, 7 PRS. LIMOUSINE, 1917 2. PACKARD, CABRIOLET DE VILLE, LeBaron 1928 3. STUDEBAKER PRESIDENT, 7 PRS. TOURING, 1930 4. STUDEBAKER COMMANDER, CABRIOLET, 1929 5. CHRYSLER IMPERIAL, TOWN SEDAN, 1931 6. PLYMOUTH PC, BUSINESS COUPE, 1933 7. BUICK STD., 4 DOORS SEDAN, 1928 8. BUICK 90, 7 PRS. LIMOUSINE, 1934 9. BUICK SPECIAL, 4 DOORS SEDAN, 1937 Our family has any joy of the cars anymore and therefore we are looking for the right buyer or the right place to sell the cars? Do you know where or who to contact? The cars are in quiet good condition. All original. Hope to hear from you! Jonas, Denmark
  12. For sale is a 1983 Hurst/Olds in excellent condition. This car is owned by the Director of the Hurst/Olds Club of America and a one year membership to the Hurst/Olds Club of America is included with the purchase of this car. It has won many car shows and looks like new. (see photo's) This car features Hurst Lightning Rod shifters and draws lots of attention at car shows. It is fun to drive and sounds great! The engine compartment is fully detailed, the interior looks great and everything works on the car. The truck is carpeted, the AC blows cold and it has new tires. The stereo is stock but with upgraded Pioneer speakers, the original speakers come with the car. It is a numbers matching car. There are a very few of these cars out there. The Hurst/Olds cars are special cars and you have the chance to own a piece of automotive history. Asking $14,995 or make an offer.
  13. Due to some miscommunication I was not able to get my car in the car coral. I am here all week in the camp grounds. For sale 1923 Stanley steamer 740B , California top, nice interior, new boiler, ready to deal. Call me at 480-204-8933. Asking $65k or best offer. Come see the car and see what we can work out. Possible delivery if you live west of here.
  14. 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 or 717-944-0656 weekdays. $2,400.00
  15. 12 volt distributor in beautiful condition .10 dollars plus shipping cost. Contact
  16. 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: and I will answer asap. Thank-you in advance Sam
  17. For a 1928 Dodge . door check strap hardware. The metal hardware held with 2 screws on the door which locks the strap in place.
  18. Can bring super clean soft top for early Bronco to Hershey if anyone can use it. Asking $300.
  19. 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!
  20. 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.
  21. 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.
  22. 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.
  23. 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:
  24. Interesting opportunity
  25. 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