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  1. This 1955 Buick Century is for sale. The location is Hampton, Virginia. The seller of this car is Scottie. He is asking 22,000 dollars, but says he is negotiable on the price. Here's a couple of pictures of the car...These are the only pictures I have, but I can get more from the seller. Here are the features on this car... 322 nailhead engine (early 1955 version) with 4 barrel carb Power brakes Power steering E Z Eye glass at front windshield and side glass Original spare tire The front bench seat has been completely reupholstered with material matching the original Carpet replaced brand new to match original The engine runs beautifully. The back seat is original and intact, but is tearing at the seams. Headliner is original with no tears. Windshield wiper fluid reservoir and bracket are missing. Seller does have the whole set of original hubcaps. The body is solid. The seller described the odometer reading as actual at 22,555. Here's a photo he took of the odometer as it stands today...I am also told that the title is clean. If you are interested, PM me and I will send you the cell number to contact the seller, Scottie.
  2. I'm willing to try to start an ongoing thread that would alert any prospective buyers to what I would call deals on earlier Rivieras that a person might not otherwise find. I'd also think that it could be used to ask others who are looking to see what's in areas to which they don't have access unless they're willing to look at every city that has a Craigslist. Don't post anything other than a title and a link. You're not responsible for anything other than letting others know what's out there. It's up to them to make contact and get details. I'll start with this one: a 1966 Gran Sport in Cole Camp, Missouri (Central close to the Lake of the Ozarks.) http://kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/5822062304.html
  3. 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:
  4. Would prefer to trade for needed Auburn parts. FOR SALE OR TRADE 1934 Auburn 8 cyl hood 1934 Auburn grill and surround 1934-36 6 cyl running boards and rocker panels (trade for 8 cyl running boards and rocker panels) 1935-36 Auburn 6 cyl hood (trade for 35-36 8 cyl hood) 1934-36 Auburn phaeton 4 doors and hinges Other misc Auburn parts 34 Ford v8 flathead and transmission
  5. First a bit of history and pictures to tell the story. The year was 1947, the sleek new Oldsmobile, with its shiny black body, sparkling chrome bumpers and striking whitewall tires rolled off the assembly line at the Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac Assembly Plant in Doraville, Georgia. The Oldsmobile was the first automobile built at the plant. The General Motors Doraville Assembly Plant, located on Atlanta Georgia’s I-285 Perimeter was originally built as part of the Buick-Oldsmobile-Pontiac (B.O.P.) Assembly Division. Ground was broken on the over 980 thousand square foot building in November 1945 and by the 1947 completion, its cost including the land, was over 9 million dollars. In 1950, 66,000 square feet of floor space was added, and expansions continued every decade. Prior to the birth of the B.O.P. Assembly Division, Fisher Body built, painted, and trimmed the body shell from the firewall back, and shipped it to the “Car Plant”. When that “Car Plant” received it, they “paid” Fisher Body for it. All of the front end sheet metal (hoods, fenders, radiator supports, inner fenders, etc) was designed, stamped, and fabricated by that Car Division in their own stamping plants, and was shipped to the using assembly plant, where it was painted and installed on the Car Division plant's Final Assembly Line. So if you have ever wondered why the color of the front clip of your old Buick is a little bit off from the rest of the car, now you know. The B.O.P. Assembly Division was born after GM converted from war production back to car production after WWII. The new division made no distinction between "Fisher Body" and "Car Divisions" - they built everyone's cars (except Cadillac) under contract. They were supplied tooling from Fisher and the Car Divisions, and built the cars in an efficient, sensible sequence regardless of whether the parts came from Fisher or a Car Division. This was now accomplished without the cost and redundancies of two separate plants (sometimes on the same site), dual management structures, dual Paint Shops etc. They built multiple Division's car lines mixed together on the same line at the same time. Big changes, including the Division's name change from B.O.P. Assembly Division to the General Motors Assembly Division (GMAD) came in the early 60's when they began building Chevrolets in addition to the B.O.P car lines. The efficiency of this arrangement vs. the traditional costly and inefficient Fisher/Car Division arrangement finally became apparent to GM Management, and GMAD was given all of the previous Fisher Body/Chevrolet assembly plants between 1967 and 1971. It became the biggest Division in GM, with 26 assembly plants and over 100,000 employees. In 1976, 275,000 cars were produced at the Doraville plant and the plant had a payroll of 87 million dollars for 4,700 employees. But with the economic downturn of the early years of the new millenium, big banks and lenders collapsing under a load of bad debt and gas hovering at $4 (when the Doraville plant opened in 1947, gas cost about 15 cents), General Motors began a downward spiral. Between 2005 and 2008, GM eliminated more than 30,000 jobs and closed nine North American assembly, stamping and powertrain plants as part of an effort to get production in line with demand and the company making money again. Hence Doraville, the third-oldest GM plant in North America situated on 165 acres of a one-time dairy farm in Doraville, Georgia was slated for closure. At that time the minivan plant employed about 3,100 and paid out salaries of more than $221 million. It made the crossover sport vans Buick Terraza, Pontiac Montana SV6, Chevy Uplander and Saturn Relay. On September 25, 2008, in bleak contrast to the shiny black Oldsmobile 60 years earlier, a tan Chevrolet Uplander minivan rolled off the assembly line, the last vehicle to be produced at the plant. The following day the employees packed their belongings and toolboxes and left the building for the last time. An Atlanta-Houston based developer purchased the property from GM for $50 million. Demolition of the facilities began in 2014. Here is the site now. The Nalley Automotive Group purchased and developed a corner of the property and their are plans by the purchaser to develop a community complete with streets, parks and such which was approved by the City of Doraville. The above text and most pictures were taken from an article I wrote which ran in the July, 2015 Buick Bugle magazine. Sales pitch to come.
  6. solid body panels..doors, hood, trunklid, trunk lid and pan....floors and glass shot,except rear windshield power seat, windows, antenna,switches beautiful red AC dash with vents,controls 322 engine turns freely rear bumper core,no J bars beautiful front bumper, grille, hubcaps tailites, side stainless, trunk chrome windshield stainless, wiper,heater motors palo alto,cal best to email me dualghia@hotmail.com
  7. I have an NOS 1979-1985 RIVIERA hood ornament for sale. It has the gold “R” logo, and is complete with the spring base. Ready to install. This is a genuine BUICK NOS part, in wonderful condition. This RIVIERA hood ornament went “NLA” from BUICK many years ago. The price is $48, plus the shipping. Also happy to ship internationally. Thanks for looking. John
  8. 1928 Chrysler Type 72 Roadster Parting out. No body parts available. Parts Available include: Complete frame Frame cover Steering wheel Steering Box Steering column Steering mount Steering Front fenders with mounting brackets (5 out of 10) Rear fenders with mounting brackets (6 out of 10) Running boards (2 out of 10) Carburetor Starter Stewart Vacuum fuel system Red Head 6 cylinder Motor (frozen) Transmission (? out of 10) Brake hydraulics Gas tank Wire wheels Brakes Suspension Drive shaft Everything is rusty, but only a few holes. Let me know about parts you may need and I will let you know.
  9. I have been parting out 7 of the boat tail Riviera model 1971-1973. Good dry desert climate cars. Several rot free panels remain as well as some good bright work. Many items of bright work have been sent overseas but much remains. Advise of any needs you may have. Please send a private message as I do not always read the threads. Thank you.
  10. Nos exhaust extension for sale $325.00 plus postage to USA address
  11. I have some misc. Locomobile parts for sale, contact me if you are in need, If you have spare Locomobile parts, please post them here. Al
  12. Nice example of a 1930 Peerless for sale. Easily return to driver or add it to your collection. Good body, good glass, engine turns over by hand. Engine has compression and spark. Rebuilt starter, rebuilt generator, appears to have new fuel tank. Original Stromberg UX-2 carburetor and Zenith universal carburetor with adapter. Complete new wiring harness still in box. Car is located in Fountain Hills AZ. Ask about delivery. Asking $7500. Contact L.A. Marshall (602) 803-5757
  13. Dodge pickup engine and transmission. Complete and appears undamaged. Does not turn but has been covered. $400. Local pickup only.
  14. New Lebaron Bonney side curtains and original rods for 1937/38 Ford Phaeton, mint condition. $395
  15. This is a DOT High Pressure Auto and Truck Lubricator, made by the Carr Fastener Co. It is lubricator #SC170, and measures 8-1/4" long. THIS GUN GREASES THE EARLY TWIST-STYLE FITTINGS. A Google search for this tool turns up a number of auto service magazine ads for it, dated in the early 1920's. PLEASE NOTE: I've cleaned this lubricator since taking the photos, ALSO NOTE: The twist grease fitting shown in the posting is for illustration purposes only. It is NOT included with the grease gun The price is $45, plus the actual cost of shipping. Also, I'm happy to ship to Canada or internationally. Thanks for looking.
  16. This is a DOT High Pressure Auto and Truck Lubricator, made by the Carr Fastener Co. It is lubricator #SC170, and measures 8-1/4" long. THIS GUN GREASES THE EARLY TWIST-STYLE FITTINGS. A Google search for this tool turns up a number of auto service magazine ads for it, dated in the early 1920's. PLEASE NOTE: I've cleaned this lubricator since taking the photos, ALSO NOTE: The twist grease fitting shown in the posting is for illustration purposes only. It is NOT included with the grease gun The price is $45, plus the actual cost of shipping. Also, I'm happy to ship to Canada or internationally. Thanks for looking.
  17. This is a DOT High Pressure Auto and Truck Lubricator, made by the Carr Fastener Co. It is lubricator #SC170, and measures 8-1/4" long. THIS GUN GREASES THE EARLY TWIST-STYLE FITTINGS. A Google search for this tool turns up a number of auto service magazine ads for it, dated in the early 1920's. PLEASE NOTE: I've cleaned this lubricator since taking the photos, ALSO NOTE: The twist grease fitting shown in the posting is for illustration purposes only. It is NOT included with the grease gun The price is $45, plus the actual cost of shipping. Your personal check or a money order are welcomed for payment. Also, I'm happy to ship to Canada or internationally. Thanks for looking.
  18. This is a DOT High Pressure Auto and Truck Lubricator, made by the Carr Fastener Co. It is lubricator #SC170, and measures 8-1/4" long. THIS GUN GREASES THE EARLY TWIST-STYLE FITTINGS. A Google search for this tool turns up a number of auto service magazine ads for it, dated in the early 1920's. PLEASE NOTE: I've cleaned this lubricator since taking the photos, ALSO NOTE: The twist grease fitting shown in the posting is for illustration purposes only. It is NOT included with the grease gun The price is $45, plus the actual cost of shipping. Your personal check or a money order are welcomed for payment. Also, I'm happy to ship to Canada or internationally. Thanks for looking.
  19. Traditional, classical midget with Hillegass aluminum body and powered by a Ford V8-60 with cast iron block. Car has an In/Out box that drives through a locked differential. Rear end appears to be from a Model A and has hand controlled, mechanical brakes. The midget was restored an estimated 20 years ago. It has held up well and is in good condition other than some scratches in the paint. I have owned it for about 5 1/2 years and have displayed it in my collection during that period. It last ran and drove the day I bought it. I will get it running for the new owner. Price is $14,000 Car can be viewed in Burlington, Wisconsin. I may be able to deliver it in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and eastern New England. Contact Ed McCord at 847-830-7193 or Edson49TC@aol.comfor more details.
  20. Not mine: https://nh.craigslist.org/pts/d/claremont-289ci-studebaker-straight-six/7114381290.html 1924 Studebaker Special Six engine. For parts or rebuilding. Comes with extra parts, vacuum fuel pump, running board kick plates, etc. Asking price is $250. Somebody should jump on it. Map shows it near Claremont, NH.
  21. I am looking to find information on a sears car believed to be a 1908 4 seater which has been in our family since new. Thanks for your help
  22. For Sale on Craiglist 1956 Chrysler New Yorker Station Wagon in East Hampton, Long Island, NY - $30,000 On 6/15, Seller reduced price to $18,900 and relisted. Link: https://longisland.craigslist.org/cto/d/east-hampton-1956-chrysler-town-country/7337416181.html Contact Clem: 516 769 28 four two Seller's Description: This is a beautiful 1956 Chrysler New Yorker Town and Country Wagon. Kept in good condition! ONE OF ONLY 1,135 EVER BUILT! Chrysler christened the 1956 model year's design "PowerStyle," a product of prolific Chrysler designer Virgil Exner. The New Yorker gained a new mesh grille, leather seats, pushbutton PowerFlite selector, and a 354 cubic inch Hemi V8 with 280 hp (209 kW). Also new for 1956, Chrysler introduced an under-dash mounted 16 2/3 rpm record player, dubbed the “Highway Hi-Fi”, manufactured by CBS Electronics. A two way switch in the dash changed the input for the speaker from the all transistor radio to the 7 inch record player. The St. Regis two-door hardtop gave a unique three-tone paint job This vehicle: 1956 Chrysler Town & Country New Yorker The Chrysler comes with power steering, power brakes, working a/c and automatic transmission. The engine runs strong, the transmission shifts like it should and the brakes stop, but not as good as they should. All the glass is good. All the windows go up and down including the manual tailgate window. In 2007 the car was rewired using a Rhode Island complete wiring harness. At that time all the wheel cylinders, brake hoses, brake shoes and master cylinder were replaced. The floors and the chassis are solid. The only issue is some rot on one of the rocker panels. The other issues are the paint is cracking, the right side exhaust manifold has a leak, the clock and the fuel gauge do not work. Overall this is a nice solid driving car. The Chrysler is being sold as is. The Chrysler has a New York transferable registration. We did not have titles back then. If you have any questions please ask.
  23. New piston expander sets for most makes of cars from 1930-1950 $5 per set. This is a low cost option to new pistons. You must specify year and model.
  24. I have new universal repair kits for 1940-1942 Chevrolet for $10 each.
  25. New ES37-38 starter brush set for 1935-48 Chrysler, Dodge, and DeSoto, 1947-50 Kaiser, 1935-50 Packard, and 1935-47 Studebaker, excellent condition. I have sesverala sets of these. $8 per set.
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