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  1. With the help of volunteer Bruce Vaughn, the AACA Library has compiled a list of over 1,000 books for sale in the library reading room. These are books that are NOT available through our eBay store. You will find everything from marque-specific titles and decade-specific books to biographies and autobiographies. Bundle up to save money! The List: Click HERE to view the complete list. If you are interested in finding specific titles, makes, authors, etc. you can search the document. To bring up the search bar, click on one of the fields. Then hold the "CTRL" plus "F" keys. To start, it's best to keep your searches general (ie: author's last name before first and last name). Condition: Due to the amount of time involved, we did not include in-depth condition descriptions. The list does note whether or not the book has the original dust jacket (sometimes denoted as a "sleeve"). If you have questions about a specific book please let us know. Shipping & Handling: Media Mail - The default method for shipping books within the U.S. Prices are very reasonable, but shipping times can vary from a few days to a few weeks (over a month on very rare occasions). For time-sensitive orders, please consider USPS Priority Mail. FREE SHIPPING in the U.S. on all orders of $50 or more. OR free pick-up at the library First Class International - The default method for shipping books internationally. Weight limit is less than 4 lbs before being bumped up to Priority International. This can get pricey very fast. More information: Call: 717-534-2082 Email: mhocker@aaca.org
  2. Hello, I believe this bed to be commercially made. It is 40 inches wide across the tail gate. 55 inches long with a height of 10 inches. It has a rustic "Back in the Day" charm. $300. Pick up only but I can deliver to Hershey. Don in central Ohio 740-816-4284
  3. $50 OBO. Pick up only in Lancaster County PA area or arrangements may be made to pick up at Hershey in October. Call Clay at 215-313-2736
  4. Asking $1600 OBO. Available for pick up only in Lancaster County PA area or arrangements may be made to pick up at Hershey in October. Call Clay at 215-313-2736.
  5. $3500 OBO. Available for pick up only in the Lancaster County PA area only or arrangements can be made to pick up at Hershey in October. Call Clay at 215-313-2736
  6. Up for sale is a rare 1949 Buick NOS inner rear fender deflector right side part number 1331698. Fits 51,59,71,79 series cars and wagons. Price $200.00 plus shipping. 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  7. Set of five 33x5 Goodrich Silvertown Cord whitewalls with flaps & metal stems tubes taken off from a museum car. Like new. New cost: $2,144.50 plus tax & shipping. Asking: $1,400 and can deliver to Hershey Swap meet. Email me for more information and your cell phone number if you want me to call you. Puxico001@hotmail.com Jeff
  8. Wow, super rare and probably not even a handful in this kind of original condition. I'd love to have this one. https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F293211300320
  9. 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
  10. Original 31c top mounting bracket in very good condition, no pits, no cracks, excellent threads. These are very hard to find. $65
  11. Very nice display board for Edelmann gas and oil lines. No dings or dents or cracks, paint in very good condition and I have not attempted to clean it. I think it will clean up very well. $55
  12. Rebuilt generator that was never installed for 1937 Chevrolet and perhaps later years as well. Cover band is missing. $55
  13. This generator was rebuilt and used very little. Armature is excellent as are the brushes and pulley. $55
  14. New replacement battery box for 1940-48 Chevrolet (labeled 1940-42 but see these listed thru 1948), excellent condition. $20
  15. Up for sale is a pair of 1932 Buick 60 80 90 series front shocks. The shocks have a adjustment lever for the ride you like. The shocks have resistance but one of the shock leak at the seal these shocks are very hard to find. Price $600.00 plus $20.00 shipping. 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  16. The Model 87 was one of only two 80-Series Buicks in 1931, with the other being a victoria coupe. They built about 15,000 of them, so it's not especially rare, but it's worth noting that it is nonetheless a Full Classic with the CCCA. A few years ago, I owned a 1932 Buick Model 97 sedan that I thought was terrific and this '31 is even better. It's the same engine in a slightly smaller package (124 inch wheelbase vs. 134), so performance is robust, and my first thought after a test drive was that I wished my 1929 Cadillac would drive this well. The restoration was apparently finished in the early 2000s with the intent of using it in the Great Race, but that never happened. Instead, it's a big, handsome tour car that just works like it should and looks great doing it. The two-tone red bodywork is just right on the semi-formal sedan and with dual sidemounts, a trunk, and wide whites, it's unquestionably an imposing machine. I see no signs of haphazard workmanship, just a few signs of age and use that are perfectly OK for a car that wants to run down the road. I think the only thing I would add is a subtle pinstripe, maybe a light gray or taupe to match the interior, right along the beltline--it seems unfinished without it. Not too much, just a single line. I know many here on this forum are not fans of accessories, but I like the big Trippe lights up front and the trunk out back. You'll also note auxiliary lighting for brakes and turn signals, another nice upgrade for touring. Chrome is excellent throughout, and the overall impression is that someone spent a lot of money and then enjoyed the car. The mohair interior is quite handsome and correctly done. The door panels look awesome and the seats are comfortable enough for all-day touring. The driver gets the usual controls, plus extras like an aftermarket fuel level gauge under the dash (which, not surprisingly, is inop) and a row of toggle switches to manage the various other upgrades: fuel pump, Trippe lights, heater, and windshield wiper. The original speedometer, ammeter, oil pressure gauge, and temperature gauge are all fully operational and it runs at about 150 degrees no matter how hot it gets (it was 86 today and I couldn't get it to go any higher, both by running it on the road and sitting still in the parking lot). Seat belts were added, although I'm not sure they're good for anything but keeping kids from moving around, but it sure is comfortable in the back seat. As I said, this car is ideally set up for touring. Of course, this one has been modestly upgraded for just that purpose, so purists might not be pleased but if you're a driver, you're going to love it. The list of upgrades starts with a set of high-speed gears, which gives it legitimate 60 MPH cruising speeds (which I have personally verified). It also sports a later downdraft carburetor on the stock intake manifold, which has been flipped over. Yes, it's obvious to an expert that something has changed, but the general public will never know the difference and I find that it works just fine. Is it faster or more powerful or less prone to vapor lock? I can't say. But it starts almost instantly with just a little choke and the sucker pulls like a freight train at almost any speed. The electric fuel pump is on a momentary switch, so it's mostly for priming and the car runs just fine using the mechanical pump alone. There's big torque that means even with the high-speed gears it doesn't need many downshifts and it has a great 8-cylinder sound from the fresh exhaust system. Someone has also cleverly integrated a 6-volt alternator into the front engine dress, keeping the original generator to run the water pump. It looks almost OEM so I can't really be unhappy with the modification. It's also nice to see a steady 10 amps of charging, even at idle with all the lights on. The 3-speed manual transmission shifts nicely with no need for double-clutching and the mechanical brakes are reasonably effective, although I might adjust them so the pedal is a little higher. It sits on 19-inch wire wheels that have an understated look in black and the 7.50-19 double-sided whitewalls give it a suitably beefy look (most '31 Buicks look like their tires are too small because they wear 6.50-19s like the sidemounts). Those tall tires also help with highway cruising and don't affect the ride or handling one bit. I'm very excited about this car. It's a fantastic Full Classic tour car that's mechanically excellent and really quite handsome. It's as fast as anything else from the period, if not faster, and someone else has already made all the changes you would have made anyway. Asking price is a very reasonable $34,900 and I have confidence that you could get in this car and drive it home. It really is well-sorted. Thanks for looking!
  17. I have three NOS 1949 BUICK steering wheel chrome trim pieces for sale. Yes, I realize only two are used per car, but I'd like to see all three go to one new home, UNLESS the first buyer wants to purchase just one. As you can imagine, pieces like these would be very difficult to re-chrome, if you needed to. Small, hard to buff, and easy to lose the detail of the little grooves. Not to worry, since these three I have available are NOS. Good, bright chrome, no pits, and very presentable. Please understand these are still 70 year-old-pieces, and they will show a bit of very minor shelf wear here and there. But, they still look very good. By the way, being bright chrome, these little puppies were really hard to photograph. Everything you see in them that might look like a blemish or marks is really just a reflection of something in the room. The price for all three is $4o, plus $6.50 for U.S.P.S. shipping in a small box. Thanks for looking. John
  18. I have three NOS 1949 BUICK steering wheel chrome trim pieces for sale. Yes, I realize only two are used per car, but I'd like to see all three go to one new home, UNLESS the first buyer wants to purchase just one. As you can imagine, pieces like these would be very difficult to re-chrome, if you needed to. Small, hard to buff, and easy to lose the detail of the little grooves. Not to worry, since these three I have available are NOS. Good, bright chrome, no pits, and very presentable. Please understand these are still 70 year-old-pieces, and they will show a bit of very minor shelf wear here and there. But, they still look very good. By the way, being bright chrome, these little puppies were really hard to photograph. Everything you see in them that might look like a blemish or marks is really just a reflection of something in the room. The price for all three is $40, plus $6.50 for U.S.P.S. shipping in a small box. Thanks for looking. John
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  20. new quality made 3.31 to 1 ring & pinion set. I dont know if they fit other models. asking $2,000. open to reasonable offer. contact durocar@aol.com
  21. new quality made 3.31 to 1 ring & pinion set for model 32 Marmon. I dont know if they fit other models. asking $2,000. open to reasonable offer. contact durocar@aol.com
  22. For Sale: 1969 Buick Wildcat Custom 2 dr Sport Coupe low miles Asking $10,000 Morgantown, WV 26505 · One family owned & purchased by 1st owner on July 09, 1969, then passed down to son of 1st owner after owner’s death. · Triple white (white vinyl custom interior with black dash & floor carpet, white pepple grain vinyl top, and original 1969 white factory exterior paint code 50) · Engine: Buick V-8 430 4bbl. · A/C (compressor reported not working), pw, pwr 6-way seat, rear defogger blower, pwr brakes, pwr steering, door guards, tinted glass, remote dr mirror, vacuum trunk release, tilt wheel, chrome wheels, AM sonomatic radio with pwr antenna, rear speaker, speed alert, posi, vinyl top, trim 455 · VIN 466379Y223069 · Option codes: B2, C6, C7, D2, D6, FF, C4, I6, K3, L1, M7, O4, O5, P1, Q4, R1, S7, T1, V2, W7, CT. Sale receipt would indicate buyer special ordered car as dash of car has the original “Wildcat especially made for J.F. Jamison” applied. Firewall body build date is 06D indicating 4th week of June 1969. · Original car invoice present, but no window sticker, original purchase price $5,674.29 from Chittum Auto Company, Morgantown, WV (always owned in Morgantown, WV) · Original factory black Buick Tri-shield rubber mats (2 front & 2 rear twin handy mats) · Odometer is showing 13,877 miles (car has been reported to have been last driven about two years ago on a short drive. Driver stated that speedometer was not working at that time. Unsure if odometer is in the same condition. Family reports that original owner drove the car very few miles before they acquired, and it has been indoor in their garage/barn since that time. Original door, trunk, ignition keys available. · Car was originally treated with protection by Ziebart undercoat at time of purchase. · Missing felt lining on trunk floor, and indoor floor carpet applied. Some smell, and visual indication that mice have been inside the car. Will need a detail, there is some discoloration of door armrest plastic. · Photos were taken on 09/01/19 indoors as the car sits. No charged battery was present to test car options, functionality of engine, or transmission. Car was not started on this date. May require additional servicing to brakes to bring out of dormant storage. · Undercarriage inspection: oil leaks at engine, transmission, and rear differential; very clean on underside at undercoat & floors/frame. Single exhaust with resonator in place, but muffler is a bit scuffed. · Walk around of body of car appears as original paint, left rear quarter panel has scratches in paint, and dimples in ridge near pwr antenna area. Cannot see any bubbles under vinyl top at rear window, but tiny nick in vinyl midway between vinyl top, and rear window garnish molding. A tiny dimple or two at front edge of hood. All four original T3 headlamps present. Rubber seals at doors, & windows are excellent. Bottoms of door seams are rust free with no scale. Newer 15” Broadway Classic white wall radial tires all around including spare tire (right front tire flat). Original hood insulation present. All ribbed wheel center present. · Comes with factory 1969 Buick Service Manual, original sales receipt, currently titled in WV, no glove compartment literature present, and no service records to authenticate the low mileage. Appearance does suggest low mileage that would authenticate the car has low mileage. · Assisting owners with listing the vehicle on forum, but not affiliated with family selling the car. Car is being sold “as-is” with no implied warranties by sellers, or with listing. Buyer must arrange transport, and make arrangements with seller at time of purchase. Cash & no trades accepted. · Interested parties are to message BCA member contact listing the vehicle, and I will forward your intent with email, or phone number to the sellers who will contact you directly.
  23. Not mine, just sharing in case someone finds this interesting. https://washingtondc.craigslist.org/nva/ctd/d/pratts-1969-buick-electra-owner/6966665551.html 1969 Buick Electra 225 4 door hard top. One owner 13048 original miles always garage kept. Car is like new ever were. Previous owners family said the car has never seen rain. Bought new in Manassas, VA at the Buick dealer ship April 30 1969. All paper work when new is in the glove box. Car must be seen in person pictures does not do it justice. It's like driving a new car runs out great. Perfect for Sunday cruising and local car shows. It's sure to be a hit at car shows in the original class. $16500. Call for more details. 540-672-7907.
  24. 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...
  25. 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: