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  1. This is a 1991 Chrysler Corporation Master Parts Award Ring. It was presented to MOPAR dealership parts department employees who achieved certain annual goals in education and sales. This ring is in excellent condition. It’s possible it was never been worn. I’ve taken it to a local jeweler, who indicated the ring is a men’s size 10, and capable of being re-sized, if needed. This quality MOPAR award ring is made of 100% Sterling Silver. The stone is an onyx, and has no blemishes. NOTE: There are some DUST SPECKS on the onyx in the photos. These are dust, not nicks or any damage. The ring reads “Chrysler Corporation 1991 Master Parts, Excellence, Integrity”. It also has the MOPAR Pentastar logo, with the words “Parts Professional” underneath. Comes with the original presentation case (more correct than the case shown in the photos). Again, this genuine MOPAR award ring is in wonderful condition. Very displayable....or, wear it for your own enjoyment. The price is $85, plus the shipping.
  2. (SOLD) 1923 Chevrolet Superior 490 Touring Car. Original motor and 3-speed transmission. Runs and drives, clear open title. Newer roof, new head gasket and valve job, interior upholstery and wiring. Starts and runs well, I am having the carburetor professionally cleaned and will be back any day now. Need to sell for financial needs. Has demountable wheels. convertible roof, original horn and has recently had the radiator cleaned and re-cored by a shop. A bit of damage on the passenger side in front of the running board and tires look decent but are older. There are gobs of Model T's out there but fewer Chevys
  3. NEW parts added on page 1 & 2. Look over all the pictures and contact me with the picture number and description of what part or parts you want . I do not have an itemized list of these parts, just pictures, ((( if you don't see the part your looking for in these please don't ask if I have a part, as I don't ))) Contact: durocar@aol.com PAGE 1
  4. 1938 Buick Used Semi-Automatic Transmission $350. If interested, we can bring the transmission to the BCA Nationals in Ohio in July 2020 to save on freight costs.
  5. (6) hard-to-find 14" original wheelcovers for your '66 Fury. Nice used condition with a few dings. $150.00 for all, picked-up in or near Freehold, NJ 07728. Best contact is by PM.
  6. 1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati for sale in Newark, DE. Great resto project ! Seller is asking $500.00. If you know anyone interested please get in touch with me. This vehicle has good bones and has a month before it goes to the scrap yard. Owner is going into a senior home and needs to find a good home for the vehicle. I don't have the facilities to do this or I would have bought it! Please help me to find a good home for her. Best regards, Tim Cleary 302.419.6542
  7. Not mine! Seems like a good buy! https://m.facebook.com/groups/6864028574?view=permalink&id=10156594188753575
  8. Pair of # 4 US made Balloon type Gabriel Snubbers. Need restoration but are complete including axle attachments. This pair has no axle attachments shown or selected but I will include 1 or a pair if I have a pair that work for you. .. let me know your needs. A lot of the ones I have are singles not pairs The number 4 model would be for a bigger car... model 1 would be for a smaller car. The price is $150 US Funds for the pair as displayed plus a axle piece plus shipping Let me know if you need other pictures or have other questions.
  9. 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 $49, plus $8 shipping in the U.S. Also happy to ship internationally. Thanks for looking. John
  10. 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 $49, plus $8 shipping in the U.S. Also happy to ship internationally. Thanks for looking. John
  11. 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 $49, plus $8 shipping in the U.S. Also happy to ship internationally. Thanks for looking. John
  12. Just $40 total, INCLUDING Priority Mail shipping in the U.S. I'm selling this nice 1967 BUICK RIVIERA model "as is". I'll explain that in a moment. This is a very straight '67 Riviera scale model. It’s NOT a do-it-yourself car kit. Rather, it’s factory-built, and is the same as the '67 Riviera car dealer promo car in most ways, but I'm told my Riviera was made in a green color, for sale specifically in hobby shops and toy stores . This example has no warping in the plastic, excellent gloss, good "glass", no scratches to speak of, and no rubs. The plastic chrome on the bumpers and grill shows some aging. This Riviera has a friction motor on the front axle. It would need to be freed up, if you think it's important to function. The car measures 8-1/2" long. Again, this is a real toy store model, NOT an assembled plastic car kit. Now, to the "as is" part. The right front wheel and tire are missing. I've installed a donut spare tire on the car, so it sits level. This is clearly shown in the last photo. This '67 Riviera displays fine from the driver's side, if a guy wants just a nice display piece. If a person wants a totally intact model, there are actual vendors of used promo parts out there, who can likely supply the two missing right front wheel items. Any wheel and tire from a '67 Riviera dealer promo will be an exact match. There are NO other missing parts on this Riviera. I've reflecting the "as is" condition of this Riviera model in the price. It is just $40, INCLUDING U.S.P.S. Priority Mail shipping in the U.S. Thanks for looking. John
  13. Just $40 total, INCLUDING Priority Mail shipping in the U.S. I'm selling this nice 1967 BUICK RIVIERA model "as is". I'll explain that in a moment. This is a very straight '67 Riviera scale model. It’s NOT a do-it-yourself car kit. Rather, it’s factory-built, and is the same as the '67 Riviera car dealer promo car in most ways, but I'm told my Riviera was made in a green color, for sale specifically in hobby shops and toy stores . This example has no warping in the plastic, excellent gloss, good "glass", no scratches to speak of, and no rubs. The plastic chrome on the bumpers and grill shows some aging. This Riviera has a friction motor on the front axle. It would need to be freed up, if you think it's important to function. The car measures 8-1/2" long. Again, this is a real toy store model, NOT an assembled plastic car kit. Now, to the "as is" part. The right front wheel and tire are missing. I've installed a donut spare tire on the car, so it sits level. This is clearly shown in the last photo. This '67 Riviera displays fine from the driver's side, if a guy wants just a nice display piece. If a person wants a totally intact model, there are actual vendors of used promo parts out there, who can likely supply the two missing right front wheel items. Any wheel and tire from a '67 Riviera dealer promo will be an exact match. There are NO other missing parts on this Riviera. I've reflecting the "as is" condition of this Riviera model in the price. It is just $40, INCLUDING U.S.P.S. Priority Mail shipping in the U.S. Thanks for looking. John
  14. Just $40 total, INCLUDING Priority Mail shipping in the U.S. I'm selling this nice 1967 BUICK RIVIERA model "as is". I'll explain that in a moment. This is a very straight '67 Riviera scale model. It’s NOT a do-it-yourself car kit. Rather, it’s factory-built, and is the same as the '67 Riviera car dealer promo car in most ways, but I'm told my Riviera was made in a green color, for sale specifically in hobby shops and toy stores . This example has no warping in the plastic, excellent gloss, good "glass", no scratches to speak of, and no rubs. The plastic chrome on the bumpers and grill shows some aging. This Riviera has a friction motor on the front axle. It would need to be freed up, if you think it's important to function. The car measures 8-1/2" long. Again, this is a real toy store model, NOT an assembled plastic car kit. Now, to the "as is" part. The right front wheel and tire are missing. I've installed a donut spare tire on the car, so it sits level. This is clearly shown in the last photo. This '67 Riviera displays fine from the driver's side, if a guy wants just a nice display piece. If a person wants a totally intact model, there are actual vendors of used promo parts out there, who can likely supply the two missing right front wheel items. Any wheel and tire from a '67 Riviera dealer promo will be an exact match. There are NO other missing parts on this Riviera. I've reflecting the "as is" condition of this Riviera model in the price. It is just $40, INCLUDING U.S.P.S. Priority Mail shipping in the U.S. Thanks for looking. John
  15. This steering wheel is suitable for use as a core, in case you need one for plastic remolding by one of the professionals serving the hobby. It is the deluxe steering wheel for a 1939 Buick (maroon plastic still showing inside). The stainless steel spokes are good. The hub is reasonably presentable, as is, and most likely can be made to look better with buffing. Of course, this hub would be a good one for replating, if you're doing a 100 point car. NOTE: I believe this steering wheel core could also be used for a 1940 Buick, since the new, remolded plastic rim could be done in cream-colored plastic. IF I'm wrong on this, I'd appreciate knowing, and I'll immediately correct this posting. The price is $95, plus the shipping. Will ship internationally, if needed. Thanks for looking. John
  16. This steering wheel is suitable for use as a core, in case you need one for plastic remolding by one of the professionals serving the hobby. It is the deluxe steering wheel for a 1939 Buick (maroon plastic still showing inside). The stainless steel spokes are good. The hub is reasonably presentable, as is, and most likely can be made to look better with buffing. Of course, this hub would be a good one for replating, if you're doing a 100 point car. NOTE: I believe this steering wheel core could also be used for a 1940 Buick, since the new, remolded plastic rim could be done in cream-colored plastic. IF I'm wrong on this, I'd appreciate knowing, and I'll immediately correct this posting. The price is $95, plus the shipping. Will ship internationally, if needed. Thanks for looking. John
  17. This is a group of eight partial BUICK carburetor rebuild kits. These kits are not complete. They date back to the straight 8 days. Parts have been removed from these kits by a BUICK dealership mechanic years ago, while doing various carb repair jobs. Then, the partial kit was returned to the parts department shelves for possible future use. Kind of the ol’ “waste not, want not” attitude much more prevalent back in the day. These eight partial carb kits have part numbers that indicate carburetors from the early 1940's through the early 1950’s. Some of the boxes have just a few hardware parts in them, while other packages have more goodies inside. All of the parts in the boxes are new, not used take-offs. However, none of these kits is anywhere near complete. Some of the items included in the boxes are needle valves, idle screws, fuel metering jets, gaskets, an accelerator pump, fuel inlet strainers, tiny washers, lead sealing plugs, brass fittings, linkage clips, and an NOS Stromberg automatic choke calibration plate with the thermostatic spring. NOTE: The photos only show SOME of the parts you'll get. There are more in the carb kit packages that I didn't remove to photograph. This group of eight partial carb kits is sold as one lot. The price for all eight is just $15, plus the actual cost of shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  18. This is a 1956 Buick Dealer New Model Introduction Meeting Cloth Sales Banner. This sales banner was for use in local Buick dealership follow-up sales meetings, that were to be held after the regional sales meetings at the beginning of the new model year. This excellent condition, cloth banner incorporates the “BUICK BUCCANEERS” nautical/pirate theme used at the regional sales meetings to introduce the new 1956 Buicks. You may have seen the Buick memorabilia pirate hats and paper swords for sale that were handed out at these meetings. This is nice condition sales banner is made of a softer canvas fabric. Has “Canvas Your Buick Owners for Leads” and other catchy slogans. Colorful, with brass hanging grommets at the top. Measures 23-1/4” wide by 35-3/8” high. NOTE: The black things holding the banner up for photo-taking are magnets, not sticky tape! The price is $79, plus the shipping.
  19. 1938 Buick Used Semi-Automatic Transmission $350. If interested, we can bring the transmission to the BCA Nationals in Ohio in July 2020 to save on freight costs.
  20. (1) 16" X 4 !/2" 5 on 5 1/2 1940's Ford Wheel (Rim) $100 This is a clean straight wheel. For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  21. 1940's Mercury or Ford Wheels (rims) (3-) 16"-5" 5 on 5 1/2 . These are clean and straight, no dings. $200 Each For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  22. This is a 1951 Buick Dealer New Model Introduction Meeting Sailor’s Hat. It's a white cloth sailor’s hat, imprinted with “S.S. BUICK 1951 in blue. This neat sailor’s cap was handed to Buick dealers and sales managers as part of the 1951 new model introduction zone meeting and dinner. This cap was one of several nautical-themed goodies that BUICK gave its dealers at these new model intro sessions. You may have also seen the small, wooden S.S. BUICK 1951 life preservers in the past. Well, these zone meetings are where they came from! This cloth cap is in overall very good condition, with only some minor marks here and there. Makes a nice piece for your BUICK memorabilia collection, or for displaying when you show your 1951 BUICK. The price is $49, plus the shipping.
  23. This is a 1951 Buick Dealer New Model Introduction Meeting Sailor’s Hat. It's a white cloth sailor’s hat, imprinted with “S.S. BUICK 1951 in blue. This neat sailor’s cap was handed to Buick dealers and sales managers as part of the 1951 new model introduction zone meeting and dinner. This cap was one of several nautical-themed goodies that BUICK gave its dealers at these new model intro sessions. You may have also seen the small, wooden S.S. BUICK 1951 life preservers in the past. Well, these zone meetings are where they came from! This cloth cap is in overall very good condition, with only some minor marks here and there. Makes a nice piece for your BUICK memorabilia collection, or for displaying when you show your 1951 BUICK. The price is $49, plus the shipping.
  24. This is a very nice 1951 dealership salesman’s pinback button. It features the “Smart Buy’s Buick” corporate advertising slogan for '51. It's a very colorful, good-sized salesman's pinback, measuring 3” in diameter. It's in very good condition, celluloid with a metal pinback. NOTE: Any white areas around the edges are from camera lighting. They are NOT on the button itself. This is a nice, original piece to add to your BUICK memorabilia collection, or to use when you show your 1951 Buick. The price is $75, INCLUDING the shipping anywhere in the U.S. Thanks for looking.
  25. This is a 1956 Buick Dealer New Model Introduction Meeting Cloth Sales Banner. This sales banner was for use in local Buick dealership follow-up sales meetings, that were to be held after the regional sales meetings at the beginning of the new model year. This excellent condition, cloth banner incorporates the “BUICK BUCCANEERS” nautical/pirate theme used at the regional sales meetings to introduce the new 1956 Buicks. You may have seen the Buick memorabilia pirate hats and paper swords for sale that were handed out at these meetings. This is nice condition sales banner is made of a softer canvas fabric. Has “Canvas Your Buick Owners for Leads” and other catchy slogans. Colorful, with brass hanging grommets at the top. Measures 23-1/4” wide by 35-3/8” high. NOTE: The black things holding the banner up for photo-taking are magnets, not sticky tape! The price is $79, plus the shipping.