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  1. Not mine, Just putting it out there. https://tucson.craigslist.org/cto/d/sierra-vista-1940-cadillac-lasalle-52/7059443970.html
  2. Ive got a 1989 Buick Reatta with 88,000 miles on it. Car is a coupe. Blue/Blue and is in good condition. Needs new steering rack but otherwise, runs great. lots of new parts! please feel free to call with any questions. Howard 908-705-7087
  3. I saw these on facebook in Keene NH, looks like a pair of them, really cheap. No idea of the year but you should be able to nail it down pretty easily. Seem really cheap especially with the logos on them at $65. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2680177835640588/ Wish I could find the ones for something other than a Buick I need at this price.
  4. 1953 GMC Model 454 American Fire Engine. Only 7,500 documented miles from new. This truck served Green Camp Township Ohio. Wonderful streamlined bed attached to cab. Finished in Fire Engine Red. Powered by the largest engine GMC offered in 1953. The 302 Cubic Inch inline 6. Manual transmission. Power Brakes. This great truck is equipped with lots of great accessories. Dual pumps! A Barton front mount pump and a mid-ship pump. Yes! You can draft water if you choose too! Power hose retractors for the two fast attack lines. Lots of hose, nozzles, and firefighting tools are with the truck. Turn signals have been added for safety. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. This truck will fit in a 9 foot tall garage door. $24,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great truck in action:
  5. 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Deluxe Touring Sedan. Model 6219-D. Absolutely Stunning! One of the most beautiful automobiles ever produced. Spectacular Off Frame Restoration to exacting standards. Odometer showing only 700 miles! Highly detailed chassis. CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) “Full Classic”. Ready for Show and or Car-A-Van touring. Documented California Automobile. Sold new by world famous Don Lee Cadillac in Los Angeles California. Copy of Factory Order sheet. Only 7,754 examples produced. Finished in color code correct Black with Vincennes Red wheels. Trim code correct Tan Heather Broadcloth interior. Outstanding Wood Grain dashboard and window trim. Powered by the proven Cadillac 346 cubic inch Flathead V-8 which was rated at 150 horsepower. Three Speed manual transmission. This Cadillac is equipped with lots of great options and accessories. Windshield Sun Visor. Heater. Defroster. AM Radio. Power Antenna. Clock. Turn Signals. Driver and Passenger Outside mirrors. Tissue Dispenser. Windshield Washer Jar. Trunk Lamp. Engine Oil Filter. Radial Wide White Wall tires. Excellent automobile for CCCA, AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) and CLC (Cadillac LaSalle Club) Club Events and Tours. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $54,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this beautiful Cadillac in action:
  6. 1953 Buick Skylark Convertible. Outstanding! This is a true investment grade automobile. With many remaining undisturbed Factory Original components. Exceptional combination of original and restored. General Motors Motorama Dream Car. The Skylark was designed by General Motors Designer Ned Nickles, the project started as a personal project to customize his 1951 Roadmaster. However one day Nickles’ boss Ivan Wiles saw the drawings and liked the idea so much it was built as a show car. It was added to the Motorama line up for 1953 which included The Cadillac Eldorado, Buick Skylark, Oldsmobile Fiesta and Chevrolet Corvette. This Skylark is an exceptional original automobile with preservation work where necessary. The Skylark was built to celebrate the Fiftieth Anniversary of Buick. A special automobile by design Buick would only produce 1,690 examples. The original cost of this Skylark when new was a staggering $5,562.78. It was purchased by Mr. A.C. Sibilsky of Battle Creek Michigan for his wife Mary. Mrs. Sibilsky understood she had a very special automobile, as the incredible care from new is evident throughout. Today the odometer only shows 44,000 miles. Finished in striking Red with a Power operated Black cloth top. The interior is finished with Red and White Leather. The Checker pattern di noc decal on the dash is original from Buick and outstanding. There are many pieces and details which are original from General Motors and in outstanding factory original condition. Many standard features on Skylark were luxuries on other automobiles of the time. Skylark was powered by the 322 Cubic Inch 188 horsepower “Nailhead” Fireball V-8 Engine. Twin Turbine Dynaflow Transmission. Skylark shared the Roadmaster’s 121.5 inch wheelbase chassis. Standard features included Power Brakes. Power Steering. Power Windows. Power Seat. Power Antenna. Foot controlled Selectronic AM Radio. Power Convertible Top. Kelsey-Hayes Chrome Wire Wheels with Wide White Wall Tires. The wheel wells of Skylark were painted white to contrast the body and further enhance the appearance of the wire wheels. Automatic Foot Starter. Working Clock. Autronic Eye. Windshield Washers. Continental Spare Tire with foot operated release. The Skylark was only planned to be built for one year, but Harley Earl Head of Design for General Motors liked the car so much it was continued. 1950’s General Motors Luxury at its absolute finest. Ready to Drive, Show, and Enjoy. $149,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Be sure to watch this great Buick in action:
  7. For sale is a very nice right/passenger's side front wheel opening molding. The molding has been polished to a beautiful shine with no rust, scratches or dents. The mounting holes are intact. There are some VERY minor use/wear marks that are not visible unless under very close scrutiny and even then hard to discern. This is a really nice piece. I am offering this to Forum members before I list it for sale elsewhere. $90.00 plus shipping and handling. Please PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  8. 1941 Buick Roadmaster model 71 four door sedan. This vehicle has had a complete body off restoration, has its Senior award, and was judged at 393 out of 400 points making almost flawless. The restoration used only the best parts including a Jenkins interior. Best yet the actual miles are just over 30000. Probably one of the best 41 Roadmasters available. Priced at $36000, but will entertain reasonable offers. Vehicle is stored in Akron, Ohio. Contact me to make arrangements too see and drive. I also have additional pictures. If you are looking for a top notch restored 41 Roadmaster this one should be on your list. George Toth getoth@gmail.com
  9. Looks fancy....what do you guys think of that VIN plate in photo #17? https://www.motorious.com/vehicles/176027/1953-buick-special
  10. Just FYI I guess Buick’s were cheap after the war! In the late 60s I worked for a recycling place in Ks. and found several old receipts like this w titles in a draw of an old desk. They were buying these cars by the pound just pull them a cross the scales or drive them across, if they had a good tire or two they would pull them off and if there any gas in the tank they would sifen it out and pull the battery if it was any good and crush the rest. dale.tharp@gmail.com / 406 557 611one.
  11. An extremely rare and original bucket seat car from California. 390 2V. Contact me for more details. This car is for the collector that enjoys extremely original cars. Though not perfect, it wears its original paint, vinyl top, interior, chrome, drive line, glass, etc. All items work and the car needs nothing except the it has a leaking rear main seal. I installed a new timing chain last fall. 847-997-9944 $18,000 obo which is far less than I have in the car. Clean Illinois title in my name. Only selling this car because I re-purchased a Lincoln that I sold a couple of years ago. This must me one of the nicest originals in North America. Will ship anywhere.
  12. New club 9556 headlight switch for 1934 Chrysler and possibly also Hudson. You will have to determine if this is correct for your car. $25 plus shipping
  13. New headlight switch for 1935 Plymouth. $5 plus shipping
  14. For Sale. 1931 Chrysler CD-8 series 1 6 Wheel Roadster . Odometer showing 70K believed to be correct. Clear Ohio title. I have owned this car for the last 12 years and driven it about 4,000 miles. At 75 my time to downsize has arrived. The car was redone around 1980 and it is now a older restoration. It runs and drives well and is ready to go. I have enjoyed it and took good care of it but was not a afraid to drive it. It has all the parts, Front driving lights, Radiator grille stoneguard , Nice side mount tire mirrors . Wind Wings. Radio, exhaust whistle, steering column vacuum fan, correct metal trunk ( not shown in the pictures) rear luggage rack and top down rest brackets. The clum switch works. When I purchased the car the top , side curtains and top down cover was just redone.($4500) The car has always sat inside since I have owned it. After purchasing the car I discovered the compression readings were uneven and outside the normal limits. There was a piston ring/land problem. I mic'd the bore's and found them to be straight and not wore. I bought a new set of of standard pistons/rings/gasket set from Egge( $1500) and installed them along with a new timing chain. I honed the block before installing the parts. While the engine was apart I ground the valve seats in the block and had the valves resurfaced. The head was also resurfaced. Upon reassembly things were as they should be. A few years later the master cylinder started leaking and I rebuit it and exchanged the fuel pump. The rubber in the front pulley came apart and I had it rebuilt by the Damper Doctors ($350). I believe if you wanted a 8 cylinder Chrysler Roadster this would be your only choice outside of a Imperial. In 32 and 33 the 8 was not offered in the roadster. Remember this car is 89 years old and in overall excellent condition It is not showroom new but has a nice panita. If you follow the CD-8 Roadster market you will find these don't come up for sale very often. I expect to recover my investment of $ 44K. I live about 40 miles north of Columbus Ohio at the 140 mile marker of I-71. Please note I do not text. Thanks, Don Feeney 740-816-4284 central Ohio F5415F@aol.com
  15. Vintage—Rare—DIXCO—Compact Electronic TACHOMETER $110.00
  16. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1931-chrysler-cd-8/?
  17. 1964 Buick Skylark 2dr sport coupe, 300 4-barrel engine, factory 4-speed, 2 owner, AACA senior/preservation. Numbers matching engine/trans/frame/VIN tag. Car underwent frame off restoration in mid 1990s. Stored in temp controlled garage ever since, and driven less than 1000 miles since restoration. Painted with PPG acrylic laquer. All NOS chrome used on car, including hubcaps; only exception being bumpers that were rechromed. I purchased the car in 1993 from original owner that was friend of the family and AACA member. I can put stock exhaust system back on car if desired. Only selling because I have too many vehicles and would like to see this one go to someone that can show it and enjoy it. Probably the nicest 64 Skylark 4-speed car in existence. Strong running, fun to drive car. $26,000. Have professional appraisal done in 2011 that I can send to serious buyers. Located in central NC. Post a reply and send me a PM here if interested. Options on car include: Power Steering Power Brakes Limited Slip differential Vacuum trunk release AM radio with rear speaker Park brake warning light Storage console between seat Blue Buick handi-mats Buick Tachometer
  18. This week we have an eclectic batch of Automobilia for sale on ebay including two beautiful Boyce motometers, some threaded hubcaps and many radiator emblems from the 20s through the 50s. Brands include Buick, Chandler, Studebaker, Oldsmobile, Hudson, Chevrolet, Desoto, Auburn, McLaughlin, Marion-Handley, Paige, GMC truck, Oakland, Dodge Brothers, Chrysler, Ford, Marmon, Menominee truck, Pontiac and more. Many of thes have starting bids of $9.99 or less. Please check it out: https://www.ebay.com/sch/rusty_packard/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p3686
  19. This is simply a great survivor Packard that was maintained its entire life. It starts easily, runs well, drives and shifts great, stops perfectly, cools and charges. Everything correct under the hood. All lights work and it is simply ready for use when you it shows up in your driveway, however I would put 4 new tires on it before motoring down the road. Motor runs smooth, but is tired. Pictures should tell the story, where else can you get a Packard like this for this price? $14,500 and located in my building in Smithfield, RI. All pictures at link: http://www.tomlaferriere.com/listings/1927-packard-4-26-sedan
  20. Like it or not, Japanese cars are collectible and you're going to see more and more of them showing up at AACA events. That 10,000 original mile MR2 sold in about a month with multiple guys fighting over it. The 24,000 mile 280Z Turbo was so popular that guys called me asking me to let them talk to the guy who bought it. And for guys about my age (50) who grew up in the '80s, cars like this 1985 Toyota Supra are much like the Camaros and '57 Chevys that previous generations grew up with and later collected. The hobby still works the way it always has, it's just the age of the cars is changing. Which brings me around to this stunningly well-preserved Supra. This is the car you want to own and it's a slam-dunk for HPOF competition. It's had just two owners and despite spending almost all its life in Minnesota, it is spotless (and that's a word I don't use lightly or often). It is fully documented with window sticker, manuals, ownership papers, and service receipts dating back more than 30 years and it appears that the same shop took care of it for most of its life. Everything works, it offers a desirable color combination, and every single option except a sunroof. There are a few minor signs of use on the original paint, but nothing that needs any attention and it has obviously never been hit or rusty. The medium red is about right for a car like this, neither overtly sporting nor something awful, which were on the color charts in 1985. 1985 was the only year it came with the big SUPRA decal on the tailgate, and I kind of like that detail. Leather seats were a $700 option, and this car has them and they're beautifully preserved with no cracks, splits, or even significant wear. Original carpets are protected by original mats, the dash isn't cracked or split, and the headliner was replaced a few months ago. Supras came only one way: loaded, which means power windows, locks, seats, and mirrors, a decent AM/FM/cassette stereo with graphic equalizer (remember those?), and automatic climate control, all of which work properly. The trunk is in great shape except for one little spot where it faded for some reason, and the original, untouched, unused Dunlop spare tire and alloy wheel are still in the well. If I told you that you could buy a car with a smooth, torquey DOHC inline-6, all-independent suspension, and 4-wheel disc brakes you may not guess Toyota, but this car is spec'd like an E-Type Jag. The 2.8 liter 5M-GE six sounds spectacular thanks to a new stainless steel exhaust system and with 160 horsepower pulls the relatively lightweight Supra around with genuine enthusiasm. Check out how beautifully detailed the engine bay is--it's original except for a repaint on the valve covers and basic service items. Even the new battery is from Toyota, not a parts store generic. It starts instantly (it's a Toyota after all) and runs superbly thanks to fuel injection. The automatic transmission isn't the liability that you'd expect, since it also came with 4.10 gears, making it quite punchy--especially if you set that little switch on the console to "PWR" and disengage the overdrive. The suspension is supple yet capable and it feels incredibly tight and solid going down the road. It shows about 125,000 miles, but it feels more like 25,000. I can't get over how nicely preserved this car really is. New 15-inch radials were fitted last year, so it's ready to roll. I've come to accept that cars like this are part of the hobby--you should, too. And I have to admit that the more I look, the more I like this car. I ignored it when I was 15 years old but today I can see it was a significant step forward for Japanese performance and was a cornerstone in today's hyper performance machines. The fact that it feels so contemporary and has ignored the passage of time only means that you'll have an interesting car that will be easy to own and fun to drive. And for only $19,900, how can you go wrong? If you like sports cars, you owe it to yourself to give Japan's finest a closer look. Thanks for looking!
  21. Matthews Auctions, LLC will be selling the mostly Automotive watch fob collection of John Childs from Wentzville, Missouri over the next few months in four or five online only auctions. You can click on the link below to view the listing. They will all be sold on Proxibid.com in online only timed auctions, as of now we have Jan 29, Feb 5 and more to come. You can call 217-259-7059 if you have question. John Childs Watch Fob Collection Catalog
  22. 1907 Indian Motorcycle for sale. Single cylinder, 2 1/2 hp. 1st year for mechanically operated valves. Fuel tank sits atop the rear fender. Beautiful graphics. Restored to very high quality. Engine number 6174. Would look great on display. Black paint with appropriate nickel plating. More photos available. Asking $59,5k. Call or e-mail with any questions. Thanks, Joe 860-868-7012 jps359@aol.com
  23. Restored 1967 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Sports Coupe Original matching numbers chassis and engine - Recently rebuilt (50 miles) 330 cubic inch 4 barrel V8 with 320 horsepower – Period correct quadrajet carb Working factory a/c - Upgraded power front disc brakes - Power steering Period correct factory automatic jetaway 330/ST300 2-speed switch pitch transmission Metalic blue - Body exceptionally - New matching basketweave headliner, new cloth seats and new vinyl blue interior New interior with bucket seats and center console floor shifter New dual exhaust with flow thru mufflers to give it a nice throaty sound New battery still under warranty - New windshield - New aluminium radiator Rust free over and under (additional photos available on request) This car is a definite head turner while also very reliable daily driver $ 17,000 CASH or would consider trade plus cash preferably for a 1960s to early 1970s Chevy Nova / Chevelle / Camaro project
  24. 65-67 Nice Driver quality remote mirror with gasket- $45 66-67 maybe 68-70 blower motor - cleaned, lubed and painted, inludes vent rubber tube - $50 66-67 front fender chrome bezels, Pair, no pitting - $20 SOLD 66-70 Misc exhaust hangers. Some refurbed using original rivets but rubber is slightly softer than originals. $25 for all SOLD 66-67 - Black deluxe door panel arm rests Right and Left pair - $45 66-70 Full set black floor mats. Fronts are 66-67 originals, Driver mat very hard to find a 66-67 original. Repops are cut different. F-passenger mat very nice. Rears are excellent condition CARS repop . $115 All prices do not include shipping. More pics available on request.
  25. I have an extra copy of the 1971 Folding Top Service Manual for the full-size GM cars. This is the "scissors" top that is used from 1971 through 1975 on the Centurion and LeSabre convertibles, plus Olds 88, Pontiac, Chevrolet and Cadillac Eldorado convertibles. Covers the servicing, installation, adjustment, operation, and hardware of these tops. 35 pages with hard paper covers. $20 postage paid to US address; $25 to a foreign address, post-paid. Offering it here before I put it on Ebay. Excellent condition. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338 Leonard, TX