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  1. 1950 Mercury 8 Passenger Station Wagon Woodie with Overdrive. Style M79. Outstanding. Very rare only 1,746 Mercury Woodys were produced in 1950. This Mercury is an exceptional example with known ownership history from new. Only three documented owners. The second owner a Doctor enjoyed this great Woodie for 58 years. During his ownership he spared no expense in caring for his beloved Mercury. He kept a maintenance record book which included gasoline fill ups, service, repairs and rebuilds. Today this Mercury remains largely original with one repaint and some necessary preservation. Finished in Trojan Grey with the Factory Original Blue Leather interior. New front floor mat. Outstanding original woodgrain dashboard. Three rows of seating with the two rear seats being removable. Powered by Mercury’s 255 cubic inch 8CM Flathead V-8 which was rated at 110 horsepower. Three Speed Manual Transmission with Overdrive allows this Woodie to cruise effortlessly at modern highway speeds. Other features include AM Radio. Clock. Reversing Lamp. Dual Tail lamps. Rear mounted spare tire with metal cover. Second and third row ashtrays. Locking Gas Cap. Turn signals. Front seatbelts have been added for safety. Radial Wide White Wall tires. Ready to Drive, Show and enjoy. $59,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Woodie in action:
  2. This unusual WISCONSIN AAA sign is mine. It will be in the big Glenn Miller auction coming up on Friday, December 6 in Tomah, Wisconsin. No bidder's premium for in-person bidders. Bid online through AuctionZip. Glenn personally packages items for shipping, and is very reasonable. Or, he’s also happy to hold purchased items for pick-up at his shop near Tomah, Wisconsin. This is a Wisconsin Division AAA “dangler” sign. It's from the late 1930’s-early 1940’s. It is a two-sided porcelain American Automobile Association sign. It includes the original decorative iron hanging bracket. This sign as the lesser-seen “Official Service Station” wording. Good color and gloss. The top rectangle sign measures 22-1/2” by 5-1/2”. while the bottom oval sign is 22-1/2” by 16-3/4”. Here's a link to the auction page for this unusual, very nice sign: Thanks for looking. John
  3. Up for sale is a pair of 1932 Buick 60 80 90 series front shocks. The shocks have a adjustment lever for the ride you like. The shocks have resistance but one of the shock leak at the seal these shocks are very hard to find. Price $600.00 plus $20.00 shipping. 1-262-392-2989 or Marv.
  4. 1921 Hupmobile touring car. I purchased this car several years ago from a closed restoration shop. The car owner had defaulted on payments and gave the car over to the shop. It has undergone partial restoration, to include; rotisserie chassis restoration including brakes, front end components, springs, stripping and painting, wood spokes and new tires/tubes. Body (off frame) was restored nicely with a good (not perfect) paint job. Note light damage to front left fender, pictured. Motor was completely rebuilt. I connected all lines, etc. and gave it the first start. Runs well, break in oil changed, keeps a steady 5-7 lbs correct oil pressure. Interior needs restoration. I have all the side panels (great for patterns), remainder of the top, side curtains. Missing are the following: spark and throttle steering wheel controls, spare tire assembly, tail light lenses, radiator badge, one radiator support rod, speedometer cable. Chrome work needs to be done. Car runs and drives, no leaks or smoking. Generator does not function so, for ease of starting, I am using a 12 v battery with lights disconnected. New exhaust system. Wooden top bows are solid. While not perfect, this is a "mostly done" rare and valuable car seldom seen among antique vehicles. Could be finished without spending a lot of money. No title, bill of sale only. $5000.00 located in RI.
  5. 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 $135,000 Contact me for more information. John Nance 858 829 2263
  6. Firestone air chief s-7350-2 missing the controls (remote) and some internals. Never seen one before. $100obo plus shipping.
  7. I have some Buick Wheels '1920s 20" Solid Disks 1933-'35 Wire Wheels & Artillerys Wires are 16" 5 on 5.5 = 4 Have one wire with 5on6 Artillery are 16" 5 on 6 Contact Rick 805-746-9011 Or message me here Parts located in VENTURA CALIFORNIA
  8. N O T M I N E N O T M I N E N O T M I N E ‘bring bag of cash.’ - You have to see this guy’s garage....
  9. PM ME FOR LONG LIST AND PHOTOS. I’m thinning out my collection of BUICK dealer and corporate promotional memorabilia items. Been collecting for 40+ years. Pinback buttons, banners, key cases and chains, clothing, watch fobs, pencils, matchbooks, and more. Vintages from the teens to the 1980’s represented. Just in time for holiday gift giving (maybe your wife will find something for you)....or, give yourself a gift! Please PM me your email address, and I’ll send you three emails with the goodies I’m selling at this time. You’ll get descriptions, photos and prices. NOTE: For privacy reasons, don’t show your email address in a forum reply to this post. Again, just PM me your email. Items on the list will be available on a “first-come” basis. So, please email me now! Thanks. John
  10. Not mine. Here's the link: Short version:Just what the title says. The “AC” in the name is for the AC Car Company, which also built bodies and chassis for the AC Cobra. Dark blue paint and fabric top. Cream-colored wire wheels. Beautiful wood dash. Ran when parked. Spare parts and other AC parts included. Located in Fountain Hills.Long version:Chassis number L612W, listed in the factory ledger as a “Special Coupe de Ville”. The cloth top over the front seats folds back; the top over rear seats is the same material, but fixed.Restored to original, without exception. Not “restored” as in “repainted and reupholstered”, but a full nut and bolt restoration right down to the stencils on the shock absorber covers. It presents as new, except the leather seats, which are original and worn but undamaged and fully functional. The tires are original-appearing but are well past their expiration date. Probably well past their expiration century.Dark blue paint. Dark blue leather upholstery. Dark blue fabric top. Unblemished wood dash. Cosmetically restored instruments. Light yellow/cream wire wheels, including the fender-mounted spare.At the car show associated with the 1995 Copperstate 1000, this car received the Phil Hill Award for originality. Phil Hill personally selected the car and delivered the award.My dad purchased this car in 1987. We have no documentation of ownership prior to 1964, but my dad’s research indicates a total of 4 owners since new. The prior owner purchased the car in 1964 from a seller in England. He picked up the car at the (Houston?) docks and drove it home to Oklahoma…almost. It broke down along the way to Oklahoma. The car was completely disassembled for restoration sometime prior to 1976 and was still disassembled when purchased by my dad. The prior owner kept extensive notes and samples that are included.The car has been driven very few miles since the restoration; we didn’t keep a record, but well under 2000 miles. The engine has not been started since about 2002. The fuel system was never drained and the car has been sitting for more than 15 years. You are welcome to turn the engine over and remove the valve cover for inspection. We are selling without warranty, other than you will receive exactly what you see.Included is extensive documentation of ownership history since 1964, notes from disassembly prior to 1976, receipts for restoration and reassembly, and notes regarding reassembly. Also copies of the “AC Action” magazine in which my dad’s somewhat unconventional restoration of the original engine is described (he cast a replacement cylinder section for the original block).Also includes many parts left over from restoration of this car plus parts from an AC Aceca, AC Ace, and others. Two chrome Cobra grille surrounds are included. A cylinder head, cam, crankshaft, and other parts from a Ford 2.6L I6 engine are included. Many carb parts. A few Bristol engine parts and a few AC 2L SOHC I6 parts. (The parts may be available separately, but only as a single lot.)Price: $60,000. The car is located in Fountain Hills, AZ. You must arrange shipping, if required, starting from the garage where it’s located.Available for inspection during the week of November 11. If that window is not convenient for you, I’ll arrange a time that is. I live in Kansas (state motto: “Kansas…It’s not that bad!”), so there might be delay for my travel arrangements if the week of November 11 doesn’t work for you.If this ad is up, the car is still available.P.S. I do not need help selling this car. If you call me with an idea to the contrary, I will viciously attack your lack of integrity, poor job seeking skills, sketchy work history, inability to pass a drug test, and whether you should be allowed to have children.
  11. 55 Special or Century side emblems nice driver quality . The mounting studs are the same for both Special and Century . $110 per pair shipped Bill
  12. $9,980. <-------- MORE PICTURES HERE 1979 GMC High Sierra pickup from Washington State!! Only 22,000 actual miles! No rust, no repaint. Very original truck! Runs and drives excellent. 350 Cu in V8 engine that is very smooth. It has tilt, cruise, sliding rear window, camper mirrors, towing receiver, CB Radio, and more. Interior is like showroom new. Non smoker. Grab this unbeatable deal before its gone! FaceTime walk around are available! PLEASE CALL US AT : 763-355-5511 ** GET A LOAN APPLICATION APPROVED TODAY! Fill out finance application and see our huge inventory selection at ~~ VIDEO ON OUR WEBSITE ~~ Druk Auto Sales 8000 Highway 10 NW Ramsey, MN 55303 763-355-5511
  13. New in the box, old stock. i think they probably are for jeeps, judging by the color. Might work for other projects? 3 Willys, One Ford. Make an offer, you also get the shipping bill, but only the cost.
  14. Here's another one. Not mine. Older Restoration But Still Looks And Runs Good .( Minor Imperfections.) Last Weekend Won A Top Ten Pick At A Car Show And Also Won THE BEST OF Show At The Same Time. Water Pump And Carb. Just Rebuilt And New Battery Just Installed. All Glasses Are Good And Roll Up And Down With Ease. All Gauges Work. Clean Georgia Title In My Name . Please Call With Any Questions And I Will Answer To The Best Of My Ability. Al Capone, Machine Gun ,And Money And Money Bags And AL CAPONE Tag Not Included In Price. I May Take Partial Trade Of Street Rod Muscle Car Or Truck As Partial Trade. 770 883 0798 Cell 770 422 6685 Home
  15. For sale on eBay Pat G
  16. For you Mopar guys, Pat G
  17. Dorman manual master cylinder kit. Fits 1 inch bore 1946-1955 and 1957 buick. $15 plus shipping.
  18. I have 6 boxes. Only 4 have complete gasket sets in them. NOS. I assume any cork is dry. May be only display. Victor HS-902
  19. 1GA--6051-D FoMoCo head gaskets for flat head six. NOS. Box contains 7. Box with gaskets $20 plus shipping.
  20. Transmission kit NOS. Id assume this as a display piece only. $15 plus shipping.
  21. B5A-7039-A u joint repair kit in box. $15 plus shipping.
  22. I have 3 ford striker plates. All left hand. SP-34. $10 each or all three for $25 plus shipping.
  23. Tail light bezel and bucket for 40 olds. # 5930239 chrome is okay.... $25 plus shipping.
  24. Not sure says Hudson 35... Chrome is rough but no heavy pits. $20 plus shipping.
  25. 1935 LaSalle Convertible Coupe – To be auctioned at 11:00 AM EST on Wednesday, January 1, 2020 at Kimball M. Sterling, Inc. Auctioneer and Appraiser, 125 West Market Street, Johnson City, TN 37604 by Kimball Sterling, Principle Auctioneer 2476 – From the estate of long-time CLC member Dave Berry of Kingsport, TN – Approximately 72,500 original miles – Original body and chrome – Burgundy leather interior – Original straight eight-cylinder engine w/three-speed standard transmission – Multiple award-winner – See pictures – For more information including Internet bidding, visit website or contact Kimball Sterling at 423-773-4073 (mobile) or