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  1. I've been on the fence about selling this for some time and have come to realize that to get the 1931-1933 Auburn I want, we are going to have to part ways. She is pretty sexy to just look at sitting in the garage. Probably. not a whole lot of original 36 Cord Phaeton hot rods from the 40's or early 50's still out there. Very old (50's?) black enamel repaint over the original cigarette cream finish and red tuck and roll Vinyl done very much to the original pattern. Still in good shape. Pretty cool with a full dressed 40's Caddy flathead with Edmunds intake and Heads. Pipes were added at some point from a 37 Supercharged 810 and the builder utilized them running the Caddy exhaust through them. I'm sure you would draw quite a crowd if you pulled up in this at the next vintage rod run. Pretty much largely untouched since the 60's or maybe even 50's. It's been in storage in a dry garage on the edge of the California Desert for nearly 40 years before I bought it and the last 7 or so in my heated garage. Definitely looks old. No fake patina here. Like a barn find it's been sitting. I was collecting parts to restore it, but have been told by more than a few to leave it a vintage rod. I'll include those parts in the sale. it's a long list of mechanical and lots of rechromed extra Cord parts. Some hard to find. Cosmetically it's very stock except the cowl vents were closed and filled. (they are still there) Not sure if they are leaded or not. I do have a mint pair of phaeton vents I'll include just in case. The body overall is very nice with no major rust as you would expect from a car that sat in a garage in the desert. Cosmetically it's complete. No missing cord parts. The complete top is still folded under the smooth tonneau. (yup they had a full disappearing top)Suicide doors with Huge hidden hinges that open and close smoothly. It will need a serious mechanical overhaul to be put on the road. It's not running and has at a minimum some stuck valves. It was running when put in storage but that was 45 years ago so of little consequence now. I oiled the cylinders but as with these Caddy flatheads the valves are so high in the block they don't get soaked. I do have a clear title for it. Really a cool car whether you want to restore it, keep it a real vintage hot rod, or run it as a rod for a while , while you collect the rest of the parts to put it back to original.If anyone has any history on it, I would love to hear about it.Asking $65,000 for everything. Will consider trades for a 31-33 Open Auburn, or possibly late 1920's -early 1930's Packard or similar Open car in good condition, needing some work is fine.
  2. Ordered this a while back and then the job never came in. New in the bag as purchased from Kanter Products. According to Kanter this booster was an option on the following cars: 55-59 Buick 56 & 58 Cadillac 58 Chevrolet 55-59 Oldsmobile 55-58 Pontiac Price is $80 and includes shipping to the U.S.only. I take money orders, cash and paypal (friends or you pay their fees)
  3. This 1911 Paige-Detroit is nearly all original. Absolutely incredible preservation vehicle. It features original dark blue with light gray paint on the body, original black paint on the fenders, original leather upholstery. It was delivered new without a windshield or top. We installed new tires, and reconditioned it to driving status. It is otherwise untouched. It was sold new in Lincoln, Nebraska, and remained there until we purchased it 8 years ago. It's been preserved by it's owners, and a history is nearly completely known. Being a surrey, the back seat is removeable to make it an even sportier runabout. This is reportedly the only complete 1911. Four cylinder, three speed transmission, 25" rims. It has never been shown at a concours or other major event-we'll leave that honor to the next owner. Asking $49,500.
  4. 1. Hudson DRIVE-MASTER Service Information manual, reprinted 1967 by Clifford Research & Development Co. Clean cover and pages except for ink smudge on cover. 22 pages, Section 10, Hudson Drive Master. 2. Hudson Flat Rate Manual, 48-490-500 Series. Complete with no pages missing. 85 pages. Binding is good, cover is used with some staining. 3. American Motors Corporation Stand Parts Catalog, issued March 1, 1956. Complete with no pages missing. 86 pages. Cover and binding in good condition. All three manuals for $30.00 plus $10.00 USPS shipping to the lower 48 states. …..All six manuals, these 3 and the 3 listed in the previous ad, for $50.00 plus $10.00 USPS shipping to the lower 48 states...….
  5. 1. Numerical Parts Price List - Hudson Built Cars, all models, published September 1, 1949. Complete with no pages missing. 105 pages. Parts Price List Revision sheets dated 5/11/50 in rear of manual. Binding has tearing, cover is worn and dirty with use. 2. Dealer Numerical Parts Price List - Hudson Built Cars, published August 1, 1954. Binding is missing and several pages are gone. Price Release and Change Notice Pages, dated January,17,1955, in the rear of the manual. Manual measures 1-1/2" thick. Lots of info.... 3. Hudson Mechanical Procedure Manual 1941. 320 pages, 14 sections from Lubrication to Body and Chassis. Complete with no missing pages. Binding has some tearing, covers are worn and dirty with use. All three manuals for $30.00 plus $10.00 USPS shipping to the lower 48 states.....
  6. 33X4 Silvertown cordtires-4 newtires This was recently purchased from a fellow from the forum . this tires wont fit my car, I have for sale four (4)33X4 whitewall GF Goodrich Silvetown cordtires. Thesetires Two of them are still in factory wrapping. No wear nor flat spots. Seeking $600 for all four plus shipping. Two weigh46 pounds, or all can be picked up in Southern CA Temecula wine country 92592... call 949-205-9903 They fit 25"rims.
  7. 33X4 Silvertown cordtires-4 newtires. I have for sale four (4)33X4 whitewall GF Goodrich Silvetown cordtires. Two of them are still in factory wrapping. No wear nor flat spots. Seeking $600 for all four plus shipping. Two weigh46 pounds, or all can be picked up in Southen CA Temecula Wine Country 92592 ..call 949-205-9903 They fit 25" rims
  8. 1954-55 Hudson Horn Button and Horn Ring for sale. Horn Button emblem in very good condition, Blue background needs work. Chrome on horn ring is excellent condition. Chrome around horn button has some pitting (see photos). $30.00 for the horn button and horn ring plus $10 USPS shipping to lower 48 states.
  9. 1948-49-50 Hudson exterior door handle in very good condition. Very good chrome finish with two minor blemishes on push button (see photos). Push button operates smoothly as it should. $20.00 for the handle and $5.00 USPS shipping to the lower 48 states.
  10. Anyone know who was looking for a 1971 full-size convertible top switch? The guy had been advertising that he wanted one for several years. I just found one, but now I can't find his ad nor remember who it was. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  11. Here's a link to a '37 Plymouth coupe for sale near Chicago. It's not cheap, but I post it because it's in nice original condition. It's refreshing to see a car that hasn't been messed with once in a while: https://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/cto/d/holcomb-1937-plymouth-coupe-original/7038540175.html
  12. In the original GM parts box, part #10.185 -- 20186176. New old stock remote control passenger side rearview mirror in chrome housing. No rust, no pits, no scratches. Box is a bit torn up but contents is fine. For 1982 and 1983 GM E-body cars (Riviera, Eldorado, Toronado). $150 plus $15 domestic postage; foreign postage $30. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338 Leonard, TX.
  13. Can still read some of the original logo. $85 obo plus shipping.
  14. New in package. Was $49.95 plus tax new. Asking $25 plus shipping. This is new, not NOS.
  15. 1955 buick cigarette lighter bracket/bezel. Driver condition. $20 plus shipping
  16. I bought this here on the forum. Two weeks later, cleaning out a parts building of mine, I found 2 more! I no longer need this and would like to sell. It has 54 knobs on it but I can swap on 55 knobs if you need. $200 plus shipping.
  17. Ignition cylinder with matching key. $25 plus shipping.
  18. I bought this for a project I no longer have. Says 56 buick/old's. No bellhousing, no u joint. $250. Can ship via fastenal. Can't get the photo to load right now...
  19. Selling 2 1933 shop manuals. One is original, the other is a nice reprint with lay flat binding, great for shop use. Both are full size. $35 for both plus $5 shipping (USA only).
  20. 1913 Buick Model 31 Touring Convertible. Outstanding Nickel Touring car. Eligible for Brass Era touring and events. Spectacular 7 year off frame restoration to exacting standards. Just completed. Only 40 test miles at this time. More to come for sure! Finished in Buick Gray with Black fenders. Complimented by Black and Red pinstripes. The Interior is Finished in Black Button Tufted Leather. Black cloth top with boot and side curtains. The Model 31 was Buick’s most popular offering in 1913. 10,000 of these wonderful cars were produced. Riding on a 108-inch wheelbase. Powered by Buick’s proven 201 cubic inch 4-cylinder engine. Which was rated at 25.6 horsepower. Three speed selective sliding gear transmission and cone clutch. This Buick is equipped with a Bosch DU4 magneto, Prest-O-Lite gas starter, and a Vesta Magneto Dynamo to power the Headlamps, Cowl lamps and Tail lamp. Cowl lamps and tail lamps can also burn lamp oil. Lots of great features. Stewart Speedometer. Folding Windshield. Running board tool box. Moto-Meter. Exhaust Cut Out. Side Mount Spare Tire. White Wall Tires. Wonderful automobile for touring. Ready for HCCA (Horseless Carriage Club of America) and AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) Shows, Tours and Club events. “When Better Automobiles Are Built, Buick Will Build Them” $55,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Buick in action:
  21. 1948 Buick Special Series 40 Fastback Sedan. Restored. Excellent. Only 14,051 examples produced. Finished in Royal Maroon. Gray striped cloth interior. Powered by a 248 cubic inch “Fireball” Straight Eight which Buick rated at 110 horsepower. Three Speed Manual transmission. This Buick is equip with lots of great options and accessories. Fog Lamps. Reversing Lamps. Am Radio. Clock. Window Vent Shades. Driver and Passenger side mirrors. Wide White Wall tires. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $29,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" CLICK ON LINK TO WATCH A DRIVING VIDEO OF THIS GREAT BUICK:
  22. 1937 Cadillac Fleetwood 7539 Town Sedan. Very Rare, Possibly 1 of 1. Restored. Cadillac LaSalle Club Senior Winner. Stately. CCCA Full Classic. Proven CCCA Caravan tour car. Completed a 1,400 mile European Tour in 2008. With many miles driven in the Alps. Featured in "Collectible Automobile" October 2012 issue. 346 Cubic Inch V-8. Dual side mount spare tires. Radial Wide White Wall Tires. Turn signals. This Full Classic has been driven OVER 3000 miles since the Fall Touring season of 2010! Ready Drive, Show and Enjoy. $67,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this Cadillac in action:
  23. *SOLD* A few days ago in a thread about "what kind of car guy are you?" I was talking about keeping an open mind and being ready to find a car that you love without expecting it. For me, this gorgeous 1955 Ford Crown Victoria might be such a thing--'50s Fords are certainly not my thing, but this car is so good it won me over almost instantly. First, there's that laser-straight bodywork in basic black. It's just beautifully done and clearly cost a pretty big chunk of change. It was originally Raven Black with a Colonial White top, so it's not too far off what it was when it was new. All that beautiful Crown Vic trim really pops against the black paint and it has all been restored to a very high level. I'm not a fan of continental kits, but it kind of works here, giving the car a bit of balance and keeping it from looking stubby, as often happens with these Fords. There are a few other little details like little LEDs built into the bumper bolts, which is kind of cool, as well as lights in the ornaments at the base of the rear antennas. Inside, the brilliant red and white interior is pretty correct, with a few modifications directed towards making it a comfortable cruiser. There are some aftermarket gauges under the dash and an upgraded stereo in the glove box, but the rest is pretty much the way Ford made it. Everything works, too, which is nice. Even the trunk is finished properly. I believe the engine is a 292 cubic inch version of Ford's Y-block, and it runs superbly. There's an aftermarket Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor under that chrome air cleaner, but I have the original oil bath unit and maybe you could get clever and install it on the bigger carb. It starts easily and idles well, and thanks to a dual exhaust system, it's got a wonderful period rumble. Power brakes and power steering combined with a Ford-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission makes it very easy to drive and 3.00 gears make it a great highway cruiser. There are two floor patches in the usual spots in the rear footwells, and it appears they were patched with sheetmetal cut from another car so it fits well. The suspension is rebuilt, the brakes are rebuilt, there are new shocks (including air shocks in back), and fresh wide whitewall radials on the original wheels give it a great ride. I honestly didn't expect this car to appeal to me as much as it does. It starts so easily and doesn't have any bad habits at all, which will always endear a car to me. Awesome colors certainly help and this car has one heck of a quality-to-price ratio. It's available for $29,900 and it's 100% ready to go! Thanks for looking.
  24. NOS emblems : SPORTWAGON quarter panel emblem , 1965 , 1966,1967 $ 88 shipped WILDCAT front fender emblem 1969 $ 88 shipped 1953 SUPER front bumper emblem $ 110 shipped 1969 Lesabre , Wildcat , & Electra front bumper emblem $235 shipped Bill
  25. 5 NOS center caps for the 78 anniv Riviera with real wire wheels $475 shipped US "