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  1. Older restoration,1915 touring car. Runs and drives very well. Good paint, tires ,interior,top Complete car Approx 83,000 miles on spedom. $15,500 obo. Located in Newport Wash Vern Enis 509-671-1382
  2. Not mine, but is being sold by a Very good friend of mine. I have watched ( and occasionally helped) him sort out and fuss over every detail on this car for the last couple of years, and now that it's about as nice of a "driver" as it can be, he is actively looking for the next project. If you happen to be looking for a 64 Dart Convertible, this is a good one, and the seller, Bill, is one of the nicest, and most honest guys you'll ever meet. http://www.ebay.com/itm/291923693098?ul_ref=http%3A%2F%2Fr.ebay.com%2FUJpE6V%3Fsrcrot%3D711-127632-2357-0%26rvr_id%3D1105615004439
  3. I was told this came off of a early 1920s or earlier model Studebaker or Hudson. 58" over all length. Weighs abut 43 lb.. price: $150 call if you need information: 618-889-6855 located in Southern IL.
  4. Transmission, clutch, pressure plate, prop shafts, bell housing, brake drum, wheel backing plate, various internal handles, convertible top (white), engine but needs rebuilding, good for parts or rebuilding, spark arrestor, rear bumpers, original repair manual and an original 28" x 22" factory poster.
  5. Just removed, complete motor, SU carburetors and linkage, manifolds, generator, starter, distributor, transmission and clutch assembly $500.00 pallet shipping OK, or certain delivery options may be available by me depending on location 815 403 3803
  6. Pontiac 1949-52,Trico wiper moter. parts # CHM-10-9 in the niehoff box,$75 + shipping.
  7. Needs restoration. Parked for 20 years. The engine is frozen. Have the option to rebuild with cost increase. We have our own engine shop 350 4 speed 3 seats Ca truck 5500.00 OBO-Trades Can help with transport. World Wide Delivery. Located in Sonora CA 95370-(USA) dave@dodgecityvintage.com 209-613-1199 Thanks Dave
  8. For Sale: 1960 Buick parts Lot. All in real nice shape. See picture for items. Price is $100.00 plus actual shipping. If interested at all, please email me at tfl3729@blackfoot.net OR text or call me at 406-242-0099. Thank you for looking. Stainless mouldings are 16 5/8 inches long.
  9. Cruise Control Servos 1957-1966 part numbers are on the part but not in a part book Left: 2426280 circa 1963-64? Center: 1886084 circa 1957-58? Right: 2580142 1965-1966 all untested 25.00 each plus shipping brackets: 8.00 each mkolner14@hotmail.com www.arizonaparts.com 480 966 6683
  10. 1959-60 Imperial B Pillar cover 60.00 each plus shipping the one on the left is for the right side I have others not pictured that have damage at the base for 25.00 mkolner14@hotmail.com www.arizonaparts.com 480 966 6683
  11. 1967 Imperial fender shields..the year is correct I believe this is the application pair for 20.00 plus shipping mkolner14@hotmail.com www.arizonaparts.com 480 966 6683
  12. 1965-66 Imperial steering wheel #4005ARR horn bar is nice.... the wheel is good for a core rebuild 25.00 plus shipping www.arizonaparts.com mkolner14@hotmail.com 480 966 6683
  13. 1965-66 Imperial steering wheel #4005ARR horn bar is nice.... the wheel is good for a core rebuild 25.00 plus shipping www.arizonaparts.com mkolner14@hotmail.com 480 966 6683
  14. 1950s or 1960s Imperial hood hinges 40.00 each plus shipping mkolner14@hotmail.com 480 966 6683
  15. 1962 Imperial seat shields from a sedan one is nearly perfect the other has dings in it 20.00 for the pair plus shipping www.arizonaparts.com mkolner14@hotmail.com 480 966 6683
  16. 1960-66 C Body battery trays 30.00 each plus shipping www.arizonaparts.com mkolner14@hotmail.com
  17. 1) - Front and side views of Supercharged Four and a half litre, Chassis Number SM3905 pictured at rest on the greensward with Burghley House,Lincolnshire, England at the background. Oil on Canvas, 39" wide x 27". Signed "Abrams". Framed. Price: $1800.00. 2) - Three litre 1926 Vanden Plas Speed Model, Chassis Number LT1579 pictured standing on the strand, with sailing ships at the background. Oil on canvas, 27" wide x 23". Signed "Abrams". Framed. Price: $1800.00.
  18. This is a nice one. A really good 63 Roadster with a slightly warmed up 350 installed. Just out of a few years slumber, she's still a good looking car. As seen in the pictures below, black vinyl hard top included, has factory side pipes, 4 spd,. rare power windows that work beautifully. Has a white convertible top, 160 MPH speedometer, woodgrain steering wheel, very nice to near perfect chrome and bright work. Was originally Sebring Silver with a red interior, now Ice Blue and black interior. There's one small area on the body showing through the finish on the right front fender, but past that
  19. I have for sale a Charles Sykes bronze statue #17. The statues were hand made dealer of the year awards for the top selling Rolls Royce dealer from the 1920's thru the 1940's. The statue is roughly 2 feet tall and weighs almost 60 pounds. This is an extremely rare and unique piece of art for a collector or Rolls owner. Serious inquires only..I received the statue from my father in laws estate. He was a Rolls Royce mechanic for PA Wood in the UK and also owned his own Rolls Royce repair service business in Atlanta GA for nearly 25 years. Please let me know you if you may have any questions.. $3
  20. Current owner of this 1939 Plymouth Convertible Coupe purchased it from estate of original owner, Jack O’Brien, out of California. We have all the original paperwork including “Bill of Sale”, Title, and much documentation. Jack purchased the Plymouth while at the “Golden Gate International Exposition” in 1939 with a down payment of $1.00 as a deposit to hold the vehicle. The car is unrestored with the exception of a new conv. top, new leather interior (incl. rumble seat) which is an exact duplication of the original, and chrome bumpers. The car also has an older paint job and drives well, alth
  21. Not Mine. These dont come up very often. Hugh http://www.ebay.com/itm/131980200540?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
  22. I have these rocker panels that fit all 1961-64 Cadillacs made by an Amish sheet metal shop who used a die stamped panel that I had from the 1960's as a template. This panel can be used on either side of a four door car by cutting the notch for the door post in the correct location. It can also be used on a two door to replace the area under the door along with the outside bottom of the rear quarter from the door opening to the front of the rear wheel well. This area of a two door car quarter always has the same contour as the rocker panel. all you have to do is trim off the area designed to g
  23. Ok - this lady has been on the block for months. Why no sell??? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Buick-Riviera-/252599846779?forcerrptr=true&hash=item3ad01fc77b:g:QEsAAOSwcLxYDBPF&item=252599846779 Chime in please, experts....
  24. This important Lincoln is emerging from a comfortable, 60-year ownership, the ’35 Lincoln Brunn Convertible Sedan on the 145-inch wheelbase, built for Miss Eleonora Randolph Sears. It’s in the Dammann Lincoln-Mercury book and Bev Kimes’ book, but has been hidden in a private collection since the owner, then a 22-year-old sailor, bought it in 1956. Bought by a local hotelier when Miss Sears sold her MA estate in 1953, he kept the car till ’56, when he ran an ad in the N.Y. Times Antique Cars For Sale section. The young sailor responded to the ad but the two couldn’t get together on a price at
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