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  1. 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Slant Windshield Town Sedan with Dual Sidemounts. Off frame restoration to very high standards. Detailed chassis. From the long term collection of a fussy hobbyist. ALL Steel. Finished in Ford Maroon with Black wheels and Vermillion pinstripe. Outstanding Tan Mohair interior. Wood grained window trim. Sun Visors. Rear window shade. Powered by Ford’s 200 cubic inch flathead 4-cylinder engine which was rated at 40 horsepower. Electric Start. Three speed manual transmission. This Ford is equipped with lots of great features. Quail Moto-Meter. Stone Guard. Cowl Lamps. Dash Lamp. Dual Sidemounts with Ford script tire covers and Mirrors. Shocks. Firestone Wide Whitewall tires. A 6-volt Alternator and Sealed beam headlamps have been added for modern touring. Headlamp cadet visors. Vacuum windshield wiper. Driver side mirror. Trunk rack with Trunk. Passenger side tail lamp. The door even locks and unlocks with the key! Excellent automobile for AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) as well as Model A Ford Club shows, tours, and club events. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $40,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Ford in action:
  2. For Sale on Craigslist 1962 Buick Invicta Convertible in Cranston, Rhode Island - $15,000 - No phone # provided, reply to Seller through Craigslist emial to d7501ac2b41f3323972640eb55511179@sale.craigslist.org Link: https://providence.craigslist.org/cto/d/cranston-1962-buick-invicta-convertible/7154628172.html Seller's Description: 1962 Buick Invicta convertible. Inspected until 2022. PS PB, Runs excellent drive anywhere. Good paint, top and brightwork! I've owned this car for 30 + years. The 401 engine and Dynaflow have 42,000 original miles on it. It could use some undercarriage work. Call for details $15,000 FIRM
  3. I saw this on NY craigslist. Seems like a pretty good deal if the engine is decent. They all need a brake job so that's no biggy. Seems like a good by at 7500. Hopefully a stocker guy gets it before the rod crowd butchers it. https://newyork.craigslist.org/que/cto/d/kew-gardens-1937-dodge-5-window/7154110552.html 1937 Dodge 5 Window Business Coupe - $7500 (Kew Gardens) 1937 Dodge 5 Window Business Coupe - $7500 (FIRM)Its all there. Easy to put together. Original 1937 Dodge Business Coupe. 5 WINDOW.Last registered in 1999.Started to do work on it, and never completed.Leaking front engine seal, and leaking brakes.Got married have kids and no time.VERY RARENO RUSTALL PARTS ARE THERE
  4. see pics model t under and over drive as is $100
  5. 1923 Packard Single Six Series 126 “Runabout” Roadster Convertible. Body Style 233. Outstanding restoration to very high standards. CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) “Full Classic”. Wonderful provenance. This Packard was sold at auction from the estate of Roderic Blood of West Newton Massachusetts in 1966. The auction catalog stated the car was last used in 1950 it was original, complete and ran beautifully. The Runabout would be purchased by a Doctor and later had it restored. It has been looked after by Packard enthusiasts ever since. Finished in blue with black fenders. The interior is finished in soft black grained leather. This car has Side Curtains for brisk fall touring and a top Boot for summer drives. This car rides on a 126-inch wheelbase. Power is provided by Packard’s 241 cubic inch straight six. Three speed manual transmission. This Packard is equipped with lots of great features. Moto-Meter. Windshield Wiper. Locking trunk with lamp. Stop Lamp. Locking under seat tool box. Rear mounted spare tire with lock. Door storage pockets. Behind the seat storage. Known as nimble and reliable Packard roadsters were used by the Detroit Fire Department as Chiefs cars at this time. Truly a wonderful Prohibition Era automobile. Ready for CCCA, AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) and Packard Club Tours, Shows, and Events. Excellent Road Manners. Ready to Drive, Show, and Enjoy. “Ask the man who owns one!” $70,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Packard in action:
  6. 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special. Hardtop Sedan. Style 6039X. Only 29,000 documented miles from new. Spectacular Unrestored Original Automobile with preservation as necessary. The previous collector owner cared for this Cadillac for 40 years. 2018 Concours d’Elegance of North America at St. Johns participant. Very Rare! When was the last time you saw another? Only 12,900 examples were ever built. Numbers Matching Engine, Chassis and Door Tag. Color Code Correct Turquoise with an Alpine White roof. Trim Code Correct Turquoise and Black Calcutta Patterned Metallic Nylon Cloth with Turquoise Metallic Leather Bolsters and Trim. The seats have been protected with clear plastic seat covers since new. The original interior is in outstanding condition. The Sixty Special rides on a massive 133-inch wheelbase. This is 4 inches more than Series 62 and Biarritz. The Sixty Special weighs in at 4,930 lbs. Powered by the numbers matching 365 Cubic Inch V-8 which Cadillac rated at 310 horsepower. 4-bbl. Carburetor. Dual exhaust. Automatic Transmission. 1950’s Cadillac luxury at its finest. Loaded with lots of great options and accessories. E-Z-Eye Glass. Power Steering. Power Brakes. Power Windows. Power Vent Windows. 6-way Power Seat. Power Antenna. Am Radio. Day-Nite Mirror. Remote Driver Mirror. Passenger Mirror. Autronic Eye. Wide White Wall tires. Recent Mechanical maintenance including engine rebuild with receipt, transmission, brakes and exhaust. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. Remember an Automobile can only be Original once! Exceptional example of jet age styling! $89,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Cadillac in action:
  7. Summer Tours are just about here. Celebrate being able to leave your house! I have some great Model As ready to enjoy! 419-668-1884 or www.petersmotorcars.com
  8. For Sale on Craigslist 1955 Hudson Hornet Hollywood 2-Door Hardtop in Galt, CA - $4,000 - No phone # provided, reply to Seller through Craigslist email to 379b200046113d36b8bf850c00cb8b0b@sale.craigslist.org Link: https://sacramento.craigslist.org/cto/d/galt-1955-hollywood-hudson-hornet/7153403474.html Seller's Description: Hi I have this 55 Hudson hornet... A rare two door coupe with an original v8... Will start run and drive, shifts very well very clean body new interior clean Dash 60 K original miles, cons needs headliner and tires will not find another one this clean.... I was in the process of obtaining a title but DMV close down and put everything on hold I have the original registration paper but will be sold with a bill of sale only. All legit 4000 OBO come talk and we make a deal
  9. Hello, For sale is a 28/29 Plymouth air cleaner, You do not find these now day's. $125. I can deliver to fall Hershey , Don in central Ohio 740-816-4284
  10. For Sale on Craigslist 1967 Cadillac Eldorado in Los Angeles, CA - $16,500 - No phone # provided, reply to Seller through Craigslist email to 38f5e956181e33d38898b6b36118556d@sale.craigslist.org On 6/30 Seller reduced price to $14,500 Link: https://losangeles.craigslist.org/wst/cto/d/los-angeles-1967-cadillac-eldorado-coupe/7143641626.html Seller's Description: 1967 Cadillac Eldorado This is a one owner car it’s been with the family since 1969 The car has a clean title and the car has been maintained with receipts and I just spent about $2500 in repairs I had the gas tank cleaned up New fuel pump Rebuilt carburetor all the fuel system has been repaired and in great working condition The registration is current Up to date I’m located in LOS Angeles by la brea and Olympic Blvd Please only serious inquires The paint is in good shape just has some cracks other than that the car looks great the interior is nice white leather
  11. Here's a link to a C/L ad for a '28 Coupe that's for sale in WI for $6900: https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/pts/d/adell-1928-buick/7147348223.html
  12. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2619831328335966/ I post this only for consumption since this one shows SALE PENDING too. But as Pete P knows, these are rare and even rarer to located one in acceptable driver condition. Last year for RWD Park Avenue and NOT a 4 door model. Desirable Silver with landau roof and unlike the Lesabre 2 doors, this one has full leather interior is acceptable condition.
  13. Here's a link to an ad for a '36 Oldsmobile 8 cyl convertible coupe with rumble seat and side mounts that just showed up on my local Craigslist: https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/dak/cto/d/jordan-36-olds/7153991153.html What a treasure!!!
  14. This is an original BUICK Dealership Service Tool for rear end work. It enables the mechanic to set the depth that the pinion engages the ring gear. This is BUICK service tool #J-681-A. It uses a built-in micrometer to gauge the setting. Very well-built. This tool has a brass plate on it covering the specs for 1931 to 1936 BUICK's. However, I looked in a few late 1930's BUICK shop manuals I have, and the same tool was shown in the rear end section. The depth specs were covered. So, this tool should be usable on a wide range of BUICK years. I spotted a very similar-looking tool online that was being used on a 1953 BUICK. I've included a photo from the 1938 BUICK shop manual showing this exact same tool. This original BUICK pinion depth setting tool looks to be complete, and in useable condition. However, because of its age, it is being sold "as-is". The price is $125, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  15. 1932 Plymouth or De Soto coupe rear fenders If your looking for replacement steel fenders I have what you need. My fender are made from 18Ga cool rolled steel hand crafted and jig set. The wire in the reveal that always cracks. I replace it with a 3/16 solid steel rod for better support. I make fenders for Coupes, Sedans, Roadsters, original width and up to 3” wider for the Hot Rodder's that would like larger tires. I also make some body replacement parts. The set I have ready to ship are coupe original width. $1800.00 + freight
  16. For Sale by Ebay auction 1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille in Memphis, TN - auction - Call Al: 9 o1 65 2 o1 o six Ebay Seller: sk8high123 Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1957-Cadillac-DeVille-2-door/174333540468 Seller's Description: 1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille comes equipped with its original 365 c.i engine and automatic transmission. This is a fully loaded car which includes Factory Air conditioning, Power windows and power steering. One of Cadillac top of the line car in the late 50's. The car is very solid and rust free car. The previous owner had this car for almost 30 years and kept it up fairly well. The Cadillac just received a complete new brake job all around which includes new wheel cylinders hoses, and shoes. The carburetor was rebuilt and the car runs and idles very well. The car is originally Amethyst poly which is a great color combo. The interior is original and in good driver quality shape. If you are looking for a great everyday driving car that you can enjoy without having to invest any money this is the one. The Cadillac does have some imperfections being a 63 year old car. There are minor scratches and dents on the car. Once again this is not a show car its a daily driver that is very solid and has no rust on the undercarriage. If you have any questions please give me a call 9 o1 65 2 o1 o six thanks Al
  17. For sale on Craigslist 1966 Cadillac DeVille Convertible in Shipensburg, PA - $15,000 - No phone # provided, reply to Seller through Craigslist email to 00d1b54fdb6b339dbe32451671a25582@sale.craigslist.org Link: https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/cto/d/shippensburg-1966-cadillac-deville/7151071049.html Seller's Description: Super clean 1966 Cadillac Convertible DeVille. This beautiful car is all original, has been well maintained and runs well! My father purchased this car in 1966 and it has been garage kept the entire time. It was never driven or sitting out in bad weather. My dad had some repainting done on it years ago just as touch ups but unfortunately the paint was not an exact match. Currently I take it on short trips in to town occasionally. This car was never in an accident and has never been misused. The interior is white leather and in immaculate condition, the dash is pristine with NO cracks and the carpet has minimal wear. Complete with power windows, power locks, air conditioning. The convertible top is in excellent shape. Cash only, no checks, no scams!
  18. For Sale on Craigslist 1970 Cadillac Eldorado in Merrimack, NH - $4,995 - Contact: John 603 440 4547 Link: https://nh.craigslist.org/cto/7141946700.html Seller's Description: 1970 Eldorado 500 cid engine, 400 hp.matching numbers. 42,000 miles. runs and drives well. a few cosmetic issues,very good overall condition. $4995. Call John 603 440 4547.
  19. NOS Guaranteed Products DR-35 6 cylinder distributor cap. Replaces Delco-Remy 1838100. Bakelite construction with brass terminals. My 1959 GP catalog lists the following applications. Chevrolet 1929-32 all, 1933-34 Standard Nash 1941-42 Oldsmobile 1934-35 Plymouth 1934 Internet search shows more applications. Chrysler products late 1920s early 1930s with Delco 622 distributor, Oldsmobile 1927-35 and others. I don’t know so it’s up to you to check. I will answer any questions, just send me a PM. Cost is $15 which includes shipping in the US. Terry
  20. This 1912 Model 35 Buick touring is a super running car. A largely original car. 2 recent AACA reliability tours with NO problems. Has never overheated or vapor locked I've owned this Buick for about 20 years and driven about 3,000 miles with no breakdown of any kind. Water pump rebuilt and bosch mag with impulse added several years ago. The exterior and interior are presentable. Front seat bottom is not original. Would make a great HPOF car. Hate to see it go but I have storage space issues. Drive it home for just $31,000 obo cell 814 571-9790 nsdeds@hotmail.com
  21. This is a complicated story, so bear with me. The black '37 Roadmaster that fell out of the back of the New Hampshire barn last year, and is the subject of a superbly written article by Tom Smith in this month's Buick Bugle, is now mine. Tom bought the car last year, drove it from New Hampshire to Texas (with an interruption in Cleveland, Ohio due to fuel starvation problems). Other than needing a new fuel filter and new brakes, which was done during the trip, the car made the trip just fine at interstate highway speeds! It has its original 320 straight eight, and except for front seat upholstery, the interior is totally original and in amazing condition. Paint is an older repaint. The fall out of the barn damaged the grille, front bumper, front bumper braces, and the sheet metal shell around the grille (I have a replacement shell coming). It did not touch the hood, the radiator, or the engine. Odometer shows 41,000 miles--I could be convinced based on interior condition, but I'm not going to speculate about that. Engine is very, very healthy and does not smoke. Remember, it just completed a 2,000-mile trip! This week, I received the car and its clear Texas title from Tom Smith, in exchange for considerable work that we did on his other, restored, 1937 Roadmaster--minus the heater and the windshield wipers , which he had us transfer to his other Roadmaster. I think I have most of the needed wiper parts among my parts stash. I have paid for and will soon be receiving a good grille shell for this car (have not located a Roadmaster grille--Limited or Roadmaster only--a very good welder might be able to repair the old one). What would you do if you owned this car now? Drive it as-is? I do not need another project. Do a total restoration? Part it out? Fix only the collision damage and then sell to recover my costs? My feeling is that it's too good to part out. It actually runs and drives better than the restored '37 Roadmaster that we worked on last month. It lacks side-mounts but is extremely solid, showing no rust nor wood deterioration. I will sell it for $5,500 with the replacement grille surround and with all wiper parts I can round up for it. It can be driven home. If a buyer is interested, I will restore the rest of the damage to the best of my ability at additional cost--front bumper mount areas will need to be straightened and undamaged bumper mounts found. I have located a replacement bumper. In the near future, the car will need the exhaust manifold pieces replaced, as there are a couple of cracks beginning. I have replacement parts for that here--price negotiable. I"m really on the fence as to what to do. The Roadmaster is located in Bonham, Texas 75418 , which is 75 miles northeast of Dallas. All constructive opinions, suggestions, and inquiries are welcomed. At this time, I am not selling any parts from this car. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  22. NOS original Guide tail light lens and bezel for 1935-36 Pontiac, mint condition. $45
  23. Probably bought it in the early 1970s when I owned many 46-48 Dodges. Used it maybe twice. Craftsman Sears made in the USA 40.00 plus shipping 480 966 6683 mkolner14@hotmail.com www.arizonaparts.com
  24. Hi all, I would like to sell this group of parts as a lot but of course if you see something you need and don’t want to pay shipping for all of it I do understand and will listen to offers. set of four wheel covers, windshield wiper motor, full set of brake drums and what appears to be shoes and hardware as well as 4 new shoes and a bag of lug studs, oil bath air cleaner + the rest of the miscellaneous parts. located in the Detroit area but I will ship at the buyers expense. I will answer questions the best I can if you have any but I know almost nothing about them as I am a ‘60s Mopar guy. What I do know is that the parts look too good to be sitting in boxes in my shop. Message me here. $200 for all of it.