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  1. Measures 10 1/8" inside. No sign of ever being mounted. Stains on inside of back are from the plating process. Price is $21 plus shipping Check , USPMO, or PayPal , buyer pays the fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  2. I believe the time may have come for me to allow our restored 1934 Buick to find a new home. Please feel free to share, print, or forward my comments and photos with anyone who you believe may be interested in our 1934 Buick, and would be a proper caretaker. The 1934 Buick was purchased new by a Central Valley California preacher who kept the car in immaculate condition. He had the Buick painted and upholstered in 1970 for his son who decided against the gift. The Buick was sold to Lyle Pierson of Colorado Springs, CO in 1970. Mr. Pierson maintained the 1934 among his many other Buicks, and drove it on the Sunday "Garden of the Gods" 1990 Glidden Tour which is when I met him and first saw this car. I had previously rejected more than a dozen 1934-1935 Buicks because of their wood rot, poorly-hanging doors, rust, mechanical condition, or other very expensive repair items. This car was in immaculate condition, and had always been maintained as a dependable, and beautiful driver. To the best of my knowledge, this car has always been garaged since new. After several more years of searching for the "RIGHT" car like Mr. Pierson's, and not ever finding a really good one, Lyle phoned me in July of 1995, advising that, as a function of his advancing age, he was reducing his collection. I bought it over the phone, and trailered the 1934 Buick home to the New Orleans area. My family enjoyed it as an extremely presentable "Tour-Driver" for eleven years from August 1995 through August 2006. At that time, having just completed two successive weeks of touring throughout Iowa and Illinois, we temporarily left the Buick with a friend in Pennsylvania who owns a restoration business, and who had completed work on another car for me. I asked him to address a couple of minor maintenance items while storing the Buick for me, which he did. He subsequently mentioned to me just what a great car my 1934 Buick was: that there was no evidence that the car had ever been abused, that there apparently had absolutely never been any wood rot, that there had never been the first flake of rust, nor had there ever been any rust repair, and that there had never been any need for body repair, other than a repair to a front fender many years earlier (perhaps when the car was nearly-new). The doors close solid and easily - like a "Bank Vault". Following the suggestion of the restoration specialist, we decided that the car deserved a full "proper" restoration. The engine and complete driveline have been restored with internal upgrades (such as balancing, aluminum pistons, insert bearings, hardened valve seats, improved oiling, etc.) and operate flawlessly, as do the steering, suspension, and brakes. This particular model was delivered from Buick with a vacuum-assisted power brake booster which is also fully operational. Doors, fenders, front clip, and all removable items were unbolted, giving full access to the bare shell. The body was given a full restoration, and was repainted in the original shade of blue, with a slightly darker shade of blue highlighting the beading/edge areas, reassembled, and received proper pin-stripe in cream to match the color of the beautiful steel-spoke wheels, including the covered side-mount spare tires mounted in the front fenders. The Buick factory-option metal trunk is mounted on the trunk rack, and is a very rare option, as is the factory radio which was also restored and is fully operational, internally modified to offer AM/FM, and with hidden external leads for CD and iPod). Chromed items were redone as required, including goddess, head and tail lights, trumpet horns, grilles, bumpers, guards and end caps, etc. The interior was fully and properly restored and reupholstered including new springs and padding to flawless appearance and comfort. All new safety glass is installed, as well as all new rubber parts and gaskets. Restoration took place between August, 2006 and May 2011. Driving this 1934 Buick Model 57 is like driving a modern car. Steering is light and easy - brakes are firm and positive. It is a pleasure to drive ( even nicer than our 1941 Cadillac convertible ). So many cars of this era are a chore to drive any real distance, and I was previously advised to look for a '34/'35 Buick since the "new" independent front suspension made driving a pleasure, especially when compared even to the prior year Buicks and full classics of the era. I whole-heartedly agree with this assessment. The Buick was first shown at the AACA Eastern spring Meet at Stowe, VT in May of 2011 where it received its highest possible recognition at that time - First Place Junior.The Buick was next shown at the AACA Fall Meet at Bristol, TN, September of 2011, and again received its then highest possible award - AACA Senior.Per AACA rules, it was eligible during a subsequent year to be shown at an Annual Grand Nation Meet (AGNM), held only once each year, and was shown at the Dual Meet in Shelbyville, TN where it was awarded First Preservation, Grand National First Place, and Repeat Preservation Awards.The Buick was next shown June 29, 2013 at the AACA Annual Grand Nation Meet (AGNM) at Moline, Illinois where she was recognized as Senior Grand National (requires prior First Place Grand National in a prior year). In short, this wonderful Buick has won every possible award for which she has been presented, but differing from so many show-cars, she is also a fantastic "Driver" as well, intentionally-so ! It was never our intent to sell this car, and restoration costs ($85-90,000) far exceed the insured value of $60,000, agreed to by J.C. Taylor three years ago (and probably should have been increased by now). We know that the cost to restore a car of this type (even if you could find one as straight and solid) would far exceed our insured $60,000 value, and believe this would be a fair price to ask for an exemplary offering, such as our Buick. Of course I'm open to a reasonable offer. As is the case with other collectors, we have more toys than we should, have moved to smaller retirement quarters, and have lost storage space. As a result, we are reducing our collection, offering this 1934 Buick (and potentially our 1970 Cadillac convertible). As a result, we are open to reasonable offers upon assurance that the Buick would be going to a good home where she would be respected and properly maintained, driven and possibly even shown. EXTRA NOTE: The Buick was also upgraded by the addition of a Borg-Warner 30% overdrive by Lloyd Young of Canal-Winchester, Ohio. As a result, the 4.88:1 final-drive ratio can become a comfortable highway-cruising ratio of 3.42:1 upon demand, or can be used as original for hill climbing and descent. Utilizing the overdrive on both 2nd and 3rd gears with Lloyd Young in the car, I've even driven the big Buick as a 5-speed, although this would not be a normal mode of operation. *** Several hard-to-find spare parts will be separately available, including two (2) disassembled engines with heads, crankshafts, and all internal components; complete steering column and steering wheel; one (possibly two) complete rear-ends with torque tube; other miscellaneous parts. Thank you for your help in finding this great car a new home. Garaged in the greater New Orleans, Louisiana area, this Buick is capable of driving cross-country comfortably at highway speeds. You may click on my name (above-left) to send me an email or to PM me through the FORUM. You may also phone me at Five Zero Four Four Five Two One Nine Five Five - Central time.
  3. http://kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/5173171120.html ​ Not mine. I just talked to the seller and he's "asking" $7,500 for the car. He says that it will need a rear seal in the trans before too long but the car should be able to be driven anywhere in the U.S. rather than having it transported. He's owned it for 20 some years and has only put about 400 miles on it in the past year. The seller's number is in the reply section within the listing. Pretty nice old guy to talk to. Ed
  4. I am selling a very nice set of door handle and window winder escutcheons (6 total) on eBay for $250. I believe these are correct for only the 1941 50 and 70 series convertibles. http://www.ebay.com/itm/201405331987?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
  5. I have the master cylinder and brake light switch that was taken off of my car as I went to the dual master cylinder set up. Both items are in good working order and were working perfectly when removed from my car. It has the deep (1 5/8") push rod hole. If this can be of use to anyone PM me with an offer. I hate to scrap a perfectly good part. Thanks. Bill
  6. Hello, We need the garage space, MUST SELL! PRICE LOWERED! We have a 1928 Dodge Brother Fast Four boat tail speedster project we'd like to sell. The car had been licensed, running and driving only a short time after it was built then the previous owner put a rod through the engine case. The car is disassembled. HAVE PARTS PLUS EXTRAS-We bought the car with the disabled engine and knew it had some improvements to be made to the steering, brakes and suspension parts that the original builder adapted to the frame. WE HAVE 1927-1928 Dodge Parts for this-We just don't have the time nor space any more. The car has a hand built track style boattail racer body (the builder is from Colorado but his name escapes me) and we have 2 additional Fast Four engines, extra transmissions clutches flywheels, have rear end with brakes and rods, pedals, original Dodge engine splash pans, stock steering column, etc, as well as original Dodge Brothers (most of what is needed) steering, suspension, a rear end assembly from a 1927 and mechanical brake components, 2 Dodge disc wheels, and a few other goodies. It has a custom folding windshield, been running a magneto, the spare tire is on a hinged mount over a compartment at the tail, has an original DB radiator in excellent condition, BONUS is a FatMan locking and folding wood steering wheel. We do not have a driveshaft. Fuel tank has a vintage, working gauge in the cap. The car is disassembled, small parts grouped and stored in our basement pantry. The car was on 6.5 X 18" Buffalo wire wheels 7 on 7", using adapters. They have been powder coated black, the lock rings are chrome and in rather nice condition and nearly new tires. Ironically these wheels fit 1929 Hudson LWB cars of which I happened to have at the time. We are asking $10500 for the project with the 5 Hudson wheels, nearly new tires/tubes and Dayton caps Without the Hudson Wire Wheels asking $7750 Adorable pit bull not included ;-) There is a bit to the backstory here, to be very brief-the fellow who originally built the car was a member of the VMCCA before I was (I was the first female President of the Utah Chapter) and I had gone to Jr High with his sons. He passed away before the car was road ready so another person I knew bought it, finished it, then put the rod through the case with no more than 1800-2000 miles on the car. I had the opportunity to drive it and ride on a VMCCA 2 day tour before it broke. The car is in SLC, Utah, we can provide other photos and references from other car folks in the area. I can be reached at oldcargirl62@gmail.com 385-259-3260 Kelley C Upon request, I could provide verifiable references from local car folks and am happy to show the car to a person a buyer would like to send for inspection.
  7. 1979 Skylark Coupe for sale. All original One family owner Garage stored 98500 miles White vinyl interior and top Nearly new tires Runs and Drives great Asking $3250 - other offers considered. Located in Sioux Falls, SD Numerous pics (including under body) and video available or search on AutoTrader Classics
  8. I have a 1966 Buick Electra 225 Custom Sport Coupe. Its a 2 door hardtop. These cars are somewhat rare as only about 3,000 were made. This car has the original 401 ci motor in it. This car has been in the family for 3 generations so it has been taken good care of. It is rust free and has been garaged most of its life. It is mostly original, but has been repainted. The carb needs cleaned out and a belt or two whine, but other than that the car is in great condition. ASKING $18,000.CALL OR EMAIL IF YOU HAVE ANY MORE QUESTIONS. SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY. 3zero3-five4eight-5five7zero
  9. 1934 Dodge - $25000 (Lincoln)http://sacramento.craigslist.org/cto/5168219786.html
  10. Selling for a 90 year old friend his 1918 Dodge touring. Has been in his barn for a few years. In great shape with good paint and excellent interior that was redone some time back. Does NOT have a top, only the top bows. Gas tank has been cleaned and sealed, Fuel system cleaned. Runs great! No known issues. Located in south central Michigan. Asking $14,500 Negotiable, 517 795-9658
  11. Here's my latest find. I'm wondering if maybe my fellow Studebaker forum members are as passionate about their Studebakers as the Buick forum guys are about their Buicks. Keep the nice comments coming & I'm curious to see if you guys & gals can out reply the Buick forum members on one of my posts. Here is the description I posted on my website: "New arrival 8-5-2015 1962 Studebaker Hawk GT 2Dr. Hardtop- Exterior paint finished in White complemented by a Blue vinyl interior. Features include: 289 C.I. 4brl. V-8 engine with dual exhaust, Automatic transmission, Power steering, Power brakes, Tachometer & full instrumentation White wall radial tires Bucket seats & center console, Rear seat armrest Am radio, clock, & heater Jack & spare tire Recent restoration work & maintenance includes new paint, complete interior refurbishment, new set of radial tires, carpeted trunk liner, brake job, & engine tune up. Overall a nice #3 driver quality collectible car that you will be proud to take to the local neighborhood cruise night show. These cars are quite comfortable, stylish, & fun to drive. We have it affordably priced @ just $14,900. Please call Stuart @ 912-634-4949 for complete details. Car is shown by "appointment only" & is located inside our storage building in Nashville, GA (S.E. Georgia). Offered @ $14,900 " To see numerous photos, please click on the link below: http://www.brandoncollection.com/vehicleimageall.aspx?cmb=0|257609242%20%20|359457 Thanks for looking & keep the nice comments coming. Stuart a/k/a "Reatta Vice" St. Simons Island, GA Phone: 912-634-4949
  12. Brass hubcap for a '09 "A" Maxwell. The only year with block letters. 3or4 small dents easy to push out. No tears or cracks, threads are good. Asking $75 or OBO. Please PM me with email address if photos are needed . Thank you, Bob
  13. 1931 DeSoto 2 Door Coupe Model SA 2 Door Coupe DeSoto : 2 Door Coupe Model SA 2 Door Coupe But it now-24.900
  14. These don't come up for sale very often. http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/wsh/cto/5164474821.html 1961 Buick Electra 2 door hardtop. 401 Nail head V8,2 Speed Automatic Trans, Power Steering, Power Drum Brakes, AM/FM Stereo with disc cd changer. It has BRAND NEW Interior from top to bottom, done just this year. Newer whitewall tires within the last couple years. The car is painted black with gold metal flake, has dual exhaust. It is a great running and fun driving car, I would drive this car any where in the country. Asking $21,500 obo if you have any questions or are interested in the give me a call 651-219-4404 or 651-490-3424. No I do not need help selling this car. Serious buyers only. $21,500
  15. 1932 Plymouth PB convertible - $34000 (lake county) http://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/cto/5137939162.html
  16. I saved a cute little 1960 4dr Corvair from the crusher a few years back now I'm tired of storing it. so it has to go or I'll part in out, I have not had it running but eng does turn over, This is all original with 66 k miles on it not to rusty some dents rear door glass broken out. It would be a great one to restore or just get up and running and use as a daily driver and keep the great looking patina. Maybe even sale the drive gear and swap in a late model fwd unit from a Colbalt???? call for more info 402 474 2344 doug
  17. I thought I would throw this out to everyone before I list on e-bay. I have the AM radio and the speaker from my car which I recently replaced with an AM/FM radio and an upgraded speaker. The radio was serviced less than 2 years ago and works well. The radio face, push buttons, etc. are in excellent condition. The speaker is very nice and works well. $75.00 plus S & H. PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill.
  18. Just picked up a Portfolio. It is incomplete so I am willing to sell it cheap. It has the following; Black "Insert Salesperson's Card Here" card Black "Insert Service Advisor's Card Here" card Keys in case Emergency keys Buick Reatta note Pad "Reatta A Handcrafted Buick" Booklet Reatta Road Atlas 1990 Maintenance Schedule Reatta post card to get engraved portfolio nameplate Craftsman log [with owners name written on it] Portfolio $60.00 or best offer delivered No owners manual, pen,flashlight, air gauge If interested email me at; lemke1044@aol.com
  19. FS 1927 Buick Master Six for Sale. Included with the purchase of the car is a 1929 six cylinder motor (in pieces) Block, Head, radiator and grill and many parts. Also, pistons and rings for the existing original engine. 75,000 original miles. Original equipment and nearly complete restoration. I drive this car frequently with the local car club. Located in Wenatchee Washington Asking $17,500.00 Contact me via private message.
  20. For sale A pair of running boards.Driver side has a flaw to the rear. Didn't discover it until a couple of years later when installing them. Damage from shipping. Repair with rubber glue? 650.00 OBO shipped in the lower 48 Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-ETC Thanks Dave
  21. For sale a pair of running boards.Driver side has a flaw to the rear. Didn't discover it until a couple of years later when installing them. Damage from shipping. Repair with rubber glue? 650.00 shipped in the lower 48 Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-etc. Thanks Dave
  22. 1938 Dodge Business Coupe. Older restoration showing wear. New upholstery. Very presentable. Car will need tires. Some bondo under paint (see photos), exhaust leak at manifold to block gasket. Only rust is on the bottom of trunk gasket ledge (see photos). Crankhole cover emblem is missing. Have trunk emblem (see photos). Car is a low condition 3. Very affordable old coupe. Low reserve. More details call 509-728-3808 Bidders with less than 10 transactions, call before bidding.
  23. Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-ETC Thanks Dave
  24. Posted Today, 11:25 AM Used lower driver side windshield frame with reproduction knob. No pin built into the knob. Part number on the frame (452141-LH) Part number shows Plymouth PC-PD May fit Dodge 550.00 OBO Shipping-World Wide Location-Jamestown Ca 95327-(USA) Phone----209-613-1199 Email-----dave@dodgecityvintage.com Payment-C.C. Checks-ETC Thanks Dave