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  1. Usual story ; too many projects and not enough time or space. I have been working on this slowly over the past few years but honestly have pretty much lost interest. We have 3 dozen other antique cars that are restored and I am just not into restoring or customizing cars like I used to be anymore. I just enjoy driving and tinkering with them. So that being said, no, nothing wanted in trade. The car is currently at a local auto upholstery shop where they let me park it outside since I have no room and so they can redo the front and rear seats / headliner and assorted trim. This car started off as a rust free Utah car which just had some parking lot door dings and it was stripped to the bare metal, dings repaired and repainted in the original Candlelight Cream down here in Florida. The car has no rust that I can see. The car came with the full floor pan beige rubber mat which it still has instead of carpet. I was redoing the car as a driver for beach weekends with out of town guests so it is a very nice looking driver but not a show car and the original rubber mat was perfect for this. The car has a new tinted windshield as well to replace the original cracked piece and I have installed new cowl and door weatherstrippings to keep the car dry inside. The dash pad has been replaced, the dash has been cleaned up. The door panels and hardware are new. The car is an original A/C car but it needs charging from sitting. It has a 326 v8 with a 2 bbl.and automatic transmission , ps and pb, clock and am radio. The car starts right up and from my 5 miles or so put on the car driving around the buildings and adjacent streets, it runs and drives like any 60's car. All the fluids have been flushed and changed in the past couple of months and the car has been tuned up with all new parts plus a new Napa battery installed. It will need 4 new tires for driving any distance because the tires on it are age cracked and old and I would not take it any distance with them on . The Keystone chrome rims are also from the 1960's period and need polishing. The car still needs some interior detailing and cleaning in the back. Email me for more photos - I am at my limit for this site apparently memory wise. If anyone wants to see the car, just email me and I will give you the address since it is parked outside for viewing anytime. Open to reasonable offers so if you are interested, send me an email. NOTHING wanted in trade. This car has to sit outside as it is Even though this is a nicely redone driver, there are still some details left to tend to or take the car to whatever level or direction you wish. It is a 53 year old used car being sold as is, where is with no warranties. $ 17,995.
  2. Usual story ; too many projects and not enough time or space. I have been working on this slowly over the past few years but honestly have pretty much lost interest. We have 3 dozen other antique cars that are restored and I am just not into restoring or customizing cars like I used to be anymore. I just enjoy driving and tinkering with them. So that being said, no, nothing wanted in trade. The car is currently at a local auto upholstery shop where they let me park it outside since I have no room and so they can redo the front and rear seats / headliner and assorted trim. This car started off as a rust free Utah car which just had some parking lot door dings and it was stripped to the bare metal, dings repaired and repainted in the original Candlelight Cream down here in Florida. The car has no rust that I can see. The car came with the full floor pan beige rubber mat which it still has instead of carpet. I was redoing the car as a driver for beach weekends with out of town guests so it is a very nice looking driver but not a show car and the original rubber mat was perfect for this. The car has a new tinted windshield as well to replace the original cracked piece and I have installed new cowl and door weatherstrippings to keep the car dry inside. The dash pad has been replaced, the dash has been cleaned up. The door panels and hardware are new. The car is an original A/C car but it needs charging from sitting. It has a 326 v8 with a 2 bbl.and automatic transmission , ps and pb, clock and am radio. The car starts right up and from my 5 miles or so put on the car driving around the buildings and adjacent streets, it runs and drives like any 60's car. All the fluids have been flushed and changed in the past couple of months and the car has been tuned up with all new parts plus a new Napa battery installed. It will need 4 new tires for driving any distance because the tires on it are age cracked and old and I would not take it any distance with them on . The Keystone chrome rims are also from the 1960's period and need polishing. The car still needs some interior detailing and cleaning in the back. Email me for more photos - I am at my limit for this site apparently memory wise. If anyone wants to see the car, just email me and I will give you the address since it is parked outside for viewing anytime. Open to reasonable offers so if you are interested, send me an email. NOTHING wanted in trade. This car has to sit outside as it is Even though this is a nicely redone driver, there are still some details left to tend to or take the car to whatever level or direction you wish. It is a 53 year old used car being sold as is, where is with no warranties. $ 17,995.
  3. 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:
  4. Since I have just purchased a 1934 Chevy, I have decided to sell my 1963 Oldsmobile Starfire which I have owned almost 9 years. It is a very nice driver quality car loaded with the 345 hp. 394, Roto Hydramatic, 3.42 Anti-Spin, dual exhaust, cold factory A/C, power steering, brakes, windows, antenna, seat, rear defogger, Wonderbar radio with foot tuner, Guidematic. Rebuilt engine, transmission, suspension and brakes. 89,000 miles. Repainted, detailed underhood, very nice trim and interior, alloy wheels with wide tires plus originals included. Also includes window sticker, owners manual and shop manual. If interested PM me with your e-mail for a Dropbox link to over 100 photos and a detailed fact sheet. Asking $16,900.
  5. I thought someone here might be interested. Not mine - I know nothing more than the listing here! https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/cto/d/river-grove-1949-buick-4dr-straight-8/7002710678.html
  6. *SOLD* Yes, yes, I know it's "just" a six, but please take a close look at this lovely Packard coupe. Someone spent an astronomical amount of money restoring it about 10 years ago, and it has won every big award such a car can win. And while a six-cylinder Packard isn't as glamorous as a V12, this little coupe drives beautifully with great torque, an eagerness on the road, and agile handling that you don't get with 1100 pounds of cast iron sitting on your front axle. It's also virtually indestructible and has great brakes and a smooth ride. Centennial Blue is a fantastic color on any Packard, and gives the coupe a big car look that suits the name Packard rather well. Fit and finish are excellent with only a few touch-ups around the hood where someone wasn't quite careful enough when securing it. Otherwise, it's in fine condition with no issues. There's bright chrome with sharp details, a set of accessory Trippe lights up front, and restored running boards with the correct pattern. The interior is tan broadcloth that looks like it was finished last week and the burled woodgrain pattern on the dashboard is quite convincing--clearly not done at home. The gauges all work, the clock works, the radio works, the heater works, and the view down that long hood is still one of the best things about owning a 1930s Packard. The trunk is neatly finished and includes a full-sized spare, original jack, and you'll spot zero rust or patch work underneath. The strong little 237 cubic inch inline-6 makes good torque and doesn't mind revving a bit, so it'll cruise at 60 MPH without any fuss. It's nicely detailed under the hood with a new wiring harness, rebuilt everything, and corporate green paint on the engine itself. The only thing that I can find that isn't working are the grille shutters, but I believe they were intentionally fixed in the open position. It starts right up every time, idles almost silently. It shifts well, clutch action is light, and the brakes are remarkably effective. Someone got this one right. The price is $39,900, which may seem like a lot of money for a six-cylinder Packard, but this might be the nicest of its kind in the world. It drives beautifully, it looks fantastic, and you won't have to do anything but gas it up in order to start having fun. Sorry if you're a tinkerer, but if you just don't want any hassles from an old car, this is a great choice for a lot of good reasons. Thanks for looking!
  7. Unrestored 1939 Buick Century Opera Coupe 66S. Runs and drives good. $10K. 817-268-2378 or pmruss452@att.net
  8. 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster with Rumble Seat. Convertible. ALL STEEL! Restored. Excellent. From the long term collection of a fussy hobbyist. The previous collector enjoyed this great Ford for 20 years. Finished in ever popular Tan with Brown belts complimented by Straw Wheels and Pinstripe. Brown Leatherette Interior and Rumble Seat. Tan Cloth Convertible Top with Boot. Powered by Ford’s 200 cubic inch flathead 4-cylinder engine which was rated at 40 horsepower. Electric Start. Three Speed manual transmission. Equip with lots of great accessories. Dual Side Mounted Spare Tires with Polished Covers. Rare “Auburn” radiator trim. Quail Mascot. Wind Wings. Cowl Lamps. Rumble Seat. Trunk Rack with Trunk. Vacuum Windshield Wiper. Driver Side Mirror. Deluxe headlamp trim. Shocks. Wide White Wall tires. Excellent Automobile for club events and touring. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $33,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Ford in action:
  9. Rare find.. Not mine.https://www.ebay.com/itm/1941-Buick-Original-GM-Jack-Stand-with-Stamped-Number/233400552478?hash=item3657c1cc1e:g:l3UAAOSwkZldy1yT.
  10. 1951 Packard 200 Deluxe Sedan with Overdrive. Spectacular! Probably the finest unrestored original example in existence. Remember an automobile like a work of art can only be original once. This wonderful Packard was purchased new by a lady in Wichita Kansas. She would enjoy her Packard until 1965 when it was put into storage. Her estate would sell the beloved Packard in 2004. Today the odometer shows only 12,548 documented miles. We have the hand written Purchase Order and Window Sticker. We also have the registration renewal from 1965 that was never returned. Finished by Packard Motorcar Company in 1951 in Color Code correct factory original Yosemite Blue. The interior is finished in trim code correct factory original blue and gray cloth by Packard Motorcar Company in 1951. The engine compartment is original showing inspection stamps and details which are forgotten or overlooked on restored examples. The canvas A-arm covers are still in place! The luggage compartment is original with signs of minimal use. The brown and gray Packard flocking is present throughout. The Packard for 1951 was a whole new car. It had been under development since 1949 and cost Packard over $20,000,000. The Twenty Fourth Series Packard’s were truly modern machines. The 200 Deluxe Packard’s were powered by a 327 cubic inch Straight Eight which was rated at 150 horsepower. Three Speed manual transmission with Overdrive. This Packard is equipped with lots of great features. Turn Signals. Wheel trim rings. Am Radio. Clock. Heater and Defroster. Driver and Passenger outside mirrors. Reversing lamps. Excellent Road Manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $39,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Packard in action:
  11. Any California 67 Rivieras out there that need a "Star Wars?" I also have a non-California setup. Big discounts for RoA members. PM if interested; thanks. https://www.ebay.com/itm/283670303366
  12. Restored back in 2006 i would give the paint and chrome a solid 9 out of 10..its the interior that needs sprucing up the most..overall, a very nice driver. Location - Indiana Price - $85,000.00/Negotiable.
  13. Original bulk oil dispenser from the 1930's or 1940's I believe. Pump seems to work well. Great display item for your garage. $125 It is the green one in the photos
  14. This came from an old Ford dealership so I am assuming that it is Model AA or TT truck jack. It shows no signs of ever being used. If you know that it not what I am assuming please let me know and I will update the add. $45
  15. New replacement battery box for 1940-48 Chevrolet (labeled 1940-42 but see these listed thru 1948), excellent condition. $20
  16. 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.
  17. https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/city-of-toronto/1969-ford-mustang-gt/1471639862 Seen on kijiji, not mine. Canadian dollars ,so about $77000 US
  18. Selling a mid ' 30's Motorola 60 AM radio with mounting plate , new round speaker box with new modern speaker, dial control with cables, refurbished antenna lead for roof style antenna, original speaker and mount assy. and extra speaker that looks to be refurbished. The original speaker is damaged and I don't know if it can be repaired. This radio was taken from a 1936 Dodge car and this model was first introduced in 1936. I was told that the radio was rebuilt by a company called Vintage Radio of Canal Fulton around 20 years ago. I have no idea if the unit operates but it does appear to have had work. All of the connections are marked with notes. I also have a replated and decaled dash panel for a '36 Dodge that is for this control. I'm asking $250 plus shipping for the unit and accessories and $135 for the dash plate. The radio itself weights about 19 lbs. This radio is sold as is. Any questions, please PM me. Only part not pictured is the dash panel and extra speaker. There is only one knob but new ones need to be procured.
  19. The 1922 Maxwell was launched as 'The Good Maxwell' after Walter Chrysler joined Maxwell to turn it around in 1920. He essentially took 1921 off and released the new and revised model to modernize the Maxwell after the many issues that they had with the late teens models. This Maxwell was restored in the early 2000's and then purchased at an RM Sotheby's auction shortly after. Car was driven and maintained since that restoration and the primary body(not fenders) were repainted in 2018. The car is in Chester Hunt Red which is an original Maxwell color for this model. The car has the original four cylinder engine and a Mitchell 1000 Over Drive so you can go for a nice and comfortable drive. Car was also converted to 12V and includes turn signals for safety. Overall a great driver that will be unique at any show, tour, or event that you take it to! Clean and Clear title, though it is listed as a 1920 Maxwell, which traces back to the Pennsylvania area. It was definitely titled with the wrong year at some point in history, but the serial number, features, and body match exactly to 1922. Car comes with an original manual, dealer ad book, and dealer spec book as well as documentation going back to early 2000's. I am selling as I don't use this car much and not a lot of time for it. It deserves to be with someone that will use it more and enjoy it! The price is $16,000 and it is in the Detroit area. Message, call, or text if you want more information. Kevin at 269-830-6174
  20. Who needs a 1987 Buick Regal owner's manual? I don't know where I got this--have never owned a Regal. $5 plus $3 postage.
  21. Not mine, but thought I would post it. It would be mine if I had a bigger place for all my vehicles. https://tucson.craigslist.org/cto/d/mammoth-chrysler-300/7015287647.html
  22. Green 2 door Landau coupe, approximately 128k miles. $7500 OBO Bruce W. Topeka, KS 785-286-2758 Any offers out there? //topeka.craigslist.org/cto/d/topeka-1977-buick-electra/7016976232.html
  23. Springfield Motors Buick was among the final thirty standalone Buick dealerships remaining in the USA. The dealership has closed this fall after seventy years in business. Robert Scherer, whose father founded the business, is liquidating his remaining inventory of parts and literature. The building is on the National Historic Register, and none of the signs or fixtures are offered for sale. Please contact Robert Scherer at robert@springfieldbuick.com or Cory at cory@springfieldbuick.com to inquire and purchase any of the currently available items below: Early 1950 door skin $200 1955 Left fender – 3 holes $200 2 Body skins $50/not complete 1955 Left fender $200 Numerous 1950 bumper skins $25 each Numerous 1950 trim molding $20 each Door skin in original package $200 NADA used car guide books – 1955-1957 $10 each Numerous owners’ manuals- 1960’s & 1970’s $20 each Chilton service manuals – 1949,1950, 1951, 1952, 1953 $35 each 1992 GM parts department guide book $10 1985 LeSabre limited collector’s editions owner’s manuals (3) $25 ea. 1950’s & 1960’s Owners guides $25 each 1984 Limited edition Olympic lapel pins – framed $200 1970’s Buick mission statement – framed $25 Fisher body service manual – 1958,1960,1962,1967,1969,1970 & 1976 Numerous Buick & Opel chassis & service manuals – 1950, 1960, 1970, 1980, 1990 Manuals pre 60’s $35, 60’s $25, 70’s $20, 80’s $10 ea. Product selling manuals – 1978, 2001- present $20 each Metal framed 1985 pictures (6) $50 for all 1975 Buick framed declaration $25 1996 – present Buick product catalogs – 26”X 14”$10 each Buick brochures – 1970 – present, pre 50’s $50, 50’s $50, 60’s $30, 70’s $10, 80’s & 90’s free Buick Interior/exterior trim selections – poster board – 1997 Buick feature center in original box with tapes – 1972, 1973, 1978, 1980 models $200 for the set Essential tool – J-2197 pinion setting gauge in wooden box $200 Vermont Tap & dye set in wooden box $200 Barrett B-35 brake drum lathe – US stock #40-L-10 in trunk $500 Car brochures – 1951, 1956, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1968, 1970, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1986, miscellaneous no year listed AC Delco Battery Sign Circus 1980 $25 Buick Product Information Stand $100 Bell & Howell Microfish Reader $25 Buick Shop Manuals By Models $10 each Never Used Buick Wheel Covers 1970’s & 1980’s Box for $50
  24. Don't know the make.. no cracks or breaks. Distance between the fork is appx. 7 5/16" center to center. Height from frame is 13" tall. $40 plus shipping.. call me at 618 889 6855 NO TEXT...
  25. 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 sprintcars@san.rr.com 858 829 2263