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  1. Flathead 6 cylinder engine from a 1934 Dodge 1.5 ton truck. It ran when it was drove into the barn in 1976. The engine is free. Let me know if interested in the whole engine OR parts. Someone told me it is a 218 cubic inch based on the head width of 7 1/8"....I am not sure how to tell for sure. The head casting number is 620027-1 if that helps. The transmission, front fenders, grill shell, radiator, steering wheel, steering column and steering box are also available. Make me an offer! The engine number is T6-3948. The engine cast date (raised numbers by the starter) are 620029-4
  2. 1938 ?? Chrysler radio head. Good nickel plating, good glass, good knobs, the cables and dial all turn with knobs. Needs a good cleaning. $100 plus shipping.
  3. 1947 Roadmaster 76C Convertible Parts for sale: Range in condition from NOS, rebuilt (R), re-chromed (RC), polished (P), primed (PR), Original. (O) Rebuilt 320 Short block & head, Good original intake& exhaust manifolds, carbs, distributor, oil pan (PR), valves, spark plug covers (PR), air filter assembly, radiator and frame (R), new YnZ wire harnesses, convertible top (very good orig, frame, bows, oak bow & moldings), front grill (O), bumpers (RC,O), emblems hood & trunk (NOS), moldings, body panels (front fender, hood, pontoon), window frames (R, P and O), seat fr
  4. For Sale on Craigslist 1955 Lincoln Capri 2-Door Hardtop Coupe in Hortonville, WI - $14,000 - Call Richard: (920) 428-1214 Link: https://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/d/hortonville-1955-lincoln-capri/7135381319.html Seller's Description: Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Seats and also Power Windows 371 Lincoln engine automatic and a Oklahoma car. We must sell 14,000 or best offer. Please CALL NO NOT TEXT HE IS 80 YEARS OLD AND DON'T KNOW HOW TO TEXT 1-920-428-1214
  5. This will be a great memorabilia item for any OPEL owner. I purchased this unusual BUICK OPEL porcelain sign from Ralph Crisp many years ago. As some of you know, Ralph was a long-time BUICK factory service rep., who had great expertise and recall for most things BUICK technical from the late 1930's to the 1970's. Ralph worked out of the BUICK Kansas City zone office toward the end of his career. Ralph told me this BUICK OPEL sign was displayed outside that make's dealer support office door in the zone building. I believe Ralph may have "acquired" this sign, when BUICK stopped sell
  6. I have been told this was only used for a short time in 1933 for the 12 and 16 cylinder cars but I cannot say if that is true. I do know it’s a genuine Cadillac Heron mascot that seems to be more scarce than the earlier versions of the Heron. There is some very light pitting and chrome loss on the wings but no cracks or repairs. It still sports the original brass mounting nuts and lock washers. The price is (sold pending payment) plus shipping and you can contact me with a PM If interested. Thank you for looking, Mark
  7. have good 1968 MGB that needs finishing $3,750 or offer... lots of new stuff,extra engine block,body solid no rust..3 tops one hard top 2 rag plus bows..new grill and lots of new upholstery..located Bishop ,ca 93514 call 760-873-4972 or cell 208-866-5971 keep trying as he is in and out ...clean calif title and new 2021 tags and plates..call Darrel or email me bigpine55@gmail.com..Darrel thinks all parts are there..need to come and look.
  8. Listed today on Facebook: 1959 Buick Invicta 4-Door Hardtop in Los Angeles, CA - $21,000 OBO - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information On 10/7, Seller reduced price to $16,000 OBO Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/339634183708104/ Seller's Description: 1959 Buick Invicta Driven 75,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Grey · Interior color: Grey I’m selling a 1959 Buick Invicta no rust one original owner the car runs just needs a touch up no trades asking price is 16k obo
  9. One engine from a 56 special complete minus carb and exhaust manifolds. Looks pretty clean, turns by hand but running condition unknown. Been stored inside for 15+ years. $250 Pending One block only from a 56 century. Car showed 45k miles on odometer. Block looks decent but due to the water that was in it, I'd say bore it. $100 One complete 55 century 322 (no carb or intake) turns by hand. SOLD 55 century rear axle SOLD (hub to hub) Two 55 dynaflows one roadmaster one from a century SOLD one scrapped one Roadmaster rear axles and center carrier (spider gears a
  10. 1955 buick cigarette lighter bracket/bezel. Driver condition. $20 plus shipping
  11. I recently bought seven cars, mainly Chrysler products, out of long term storage in an enclosed shed. Most of the cars and parts were put in there over 40 years ago and sealed up. In the group I purchased a 31 Plymouth Model PA roadster with a ton of spare parts, some of which interchange with 32 Plymouth PB and 31-32 Desoto. I’m just beginning to remove the parts from the building and both the car and extra parts will be for sale as I sort through everything to make sure the roadster is complete.
  12. I have numerous parts available from a 1940 Pontiac Torpedo {model 29) I will list a few of them - reply if interested. Intake & exhaust manifolds from a Pontiac straight 8 motor Two headlight buckets (probably universal among most 1940 GM cars) Extremely rare fuel pump adapter for 1940 Torpedos Fuel pump (applicable to most Pontiac straight 8's) Water neck/thermostat housing (applicable to most Pontiac straight 8's) Engine head of a '40 Pontiac straight 8 motor Rear seat bottom frame (from a model 29 - GM C body) rear seat back frame (from a
  13. Four sections of chromed original 1939 Pontiac grill for sale. Not new or perfect, but overall good condition original condition with normal or minor age related pitting. One section has a crack that I have highlighted by sliding a piece of white paper in. Without paper you could not see crack in photos or from a few feet away in person. All threaded mounting holes on back side are good. $450 plus shipping. Located at I-90 & I-35 in south MN. 507-448-3749 Tony
  14. This is a pair of Delco Remy Lovejoy shock absorbers. They may have had othere terms for these rather than shock absorbers. I note they are numbered and one is a "1-R" and "2-R" I assume the R refers to rear. I have a selection of axle attachments as well but no pairs. If you have an example of the one you need I will check and see if I can match it. I do not know if these were OEM or just after market. If they were OEM and someone knows what they are off of please share that information with us. I am asking $150.00 for the pair plus postage if required. Let me kno
  15. THIS IS A LIST OF GRILLES THIS YEAR BEING BROUGHT TO HERSHEY FOR SALE BETWEEN MY BROTHER AND I , SEND A PM FOR SPECIFIC QUESTIONS, OR COME BY AND LOOK AT THE GRILLES SPACES AT HERSHEY: CH74-83 CHOCOLATE FIELD SOUTH CLOSE TO LIGHT POLE 56 1. Ford Model T Lower radiator shells 1917-1923 2. 1926 1927 1928 Oldsmobile Grille Radiator & Emblem - Nice! 3. 1928 1929 Ford Model A Steel Shell- Nice! SOLD! 4. 1930 1931 Ford Model AA Steel Shell-Nice! SOLD! 5. 1928 1929 Dodge Victory Six Shell-rust out on lower cross member 6. 1929 1930 Oakland Pon
  16. I have had these parts for years.....too nice to throw away. $20.00 plus actual shipping. Peace WildBill
  17. I have a large number of Trico vacuum wiper motors to sell 1920's to the 1950's many NOS and used. Call me is best 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  18. I have hundreds of rebuilt water and fuel pumps to sell for all makes and models cars and trucks from 1929-1970. Prices from $30.00 to $100.00 plus shipping. 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com It is best to Email or call me. Marv.
  19. NOS small series transmission synchronizer drum P/N: 1314659 (2nd & 3rd speed) Fits: 1940-1955 (40) 1940-1952 (50) $35.00 plus shipping
  20. 1941 -1942 Packard marker light lens. Excellent condition. Have 5 available, 4 are very good to excellent, 1 is chipped. $90 each plus shipping. John
  21. Nice older restoration of a 1909 Stoddard Dayton Roadster. It was restored in 1962 by Henery Heinsohn for Herb Gunnison of Stoddard Dayton fame. Stoddard Dayton's are known for their wonderful looking engine and a good down the road touring performance. Big 4 cylinder 45 HP engine (4 3/4 x 5) 3 Speed Transmission (never been busted up) Exterior: Gray Interior: Red in good condition Body: Very good condition Brass Lamps: very good condition Asking $95,000 Contact me for more information. John Nance sprintcars@san.rr.co
  22. A good customer and friend just were killed in a plane crash last week. He was a 25 plus year judge at the Oshkosh air show. He bought a 60s Piper that was in TN. He restores old planes and been a pilot for 40 plus years and worked for the airlines until he retired 10 years ago. He flew commercially to TN from CA to fly the plane back home. He crashed near Las Vegas NM. I will be helping his widow with the estate. He was building 3-36 dodge coupes. One hot rod that he has owned since he was 20? He said more miles on being towed than driven. The other was going to be stock and the other ba
  23. I Found the gear driven generator I needed for my car and saved a number of other units from the wreckers including generators and snubber shock absorbers. I will be posting them over the next few days This generator is a Delco Remy model 940-B with a serial number of 21983. It turns freely and the ends seem to be in good shape. If you need a better picture of some aspect let me knowand I will get that for you. I am looking for $100.00 US plus postage if rquired. Not sure what it fits but it has a unique shape and if anybody recognizes it please let me know. Thanks fo
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