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  1. Hoping someone can provide me with the pressure cap rating for a 1941 Cadillac Series 62. Thanks in advance, Grant
  2. Thank you for your warm welcome regarding our Eureka Flower Car. My wife and I really love the 19556-1959 Cadillacs. Here is another of our cars.
  3. I found a box of home made tools, adaptors and other specialty made items for working on a V8 1923 Cadillac. I believe there are 23 items in the box all marked as to their use. Some of the tags are things like brake adjustment tool, fan shaft to generator puller, water pump drive shaft bearing housing removal tool and so-on. These probably work on any mid-1920's Cadillac with a V8 but I'm not familiar with these cars. I got these when I cleaned out the garage of a deceased collector who had a 1923 Cadillac. The entire box of tools $125. They will be in the Hershey Flea Market at space 3CK14-27 if you are interested.
  4. Make offer, family owned since early 1980 rebuilt drive train factory air, power everything, non-op registration, not running due to rotted rubber hoses, extra trunk lid included, 15000 on drivetrain many new parts great easy project car put a little money and sweat equity and you will have a rear treasure If interested contact me at zionsopa@yahoo.com thanks
  5. '41 Cadillac Fleetwood hood and fenders and a '68 Coronet ; Superbee ; R/T drivers fender-good condition-will be at Hershey and can bring with me if interested. All bare and in primer, no moldings attached.
  6. I represent an auction company (Bounds Auction Company) that has been contracted to liquidate the living estate of 2 gentlemen from northeastern Pennsylvania. Included in this estate are 6 cars (3 in this thread, 3 in the next) that will be sold at auction on Thursday, August 22, 2013. The auction will be conducted live from their garage. Additionally, on-line (pre-auction and real time) bidding is available at AuctionZip. The auction catalog can be viewed at auctionzip.com (Bounds Auction Company’s Auctioneer #6348), or you can get more information at our website. (boundsauctions.com). All cars have been inspected by David Hopkins (our auto tech). Only the 1956 Jaguar will not be started on the day of sale. This car has not been touched since it was moved into the garage in 1994. The 3 newest cars being offered are as follows: YEAR; 1955 MAKE: Cadillac MODEL: Fleetwood PRICE: Offered at auction @ AuctionZip.com DESCRIPTION: VIN #556046378; in owner’s possession since 1957 (purchased from Wiley Cadillac of Scranton); water pump and battery replaced; electric antenna removed and in back seat (along with water pump that was replace and another new one – we thing that they forgot that they’d bought one); interior very clean; 78,967 miles on odometer LOCATION: Dalton, PA 18414 CONTACT INFO: omar@boundsauctions.com YEAR; 1956 MAKE: Jaguar MODEL: Mark VII Sedan PRICE: Offered at auction @ AuctionZip.com DESCRIPTION: VIN #4498329602 LC; appears to be completely original; minor scrape on passenger side rear quarter panel; rear wheel skirts stored in back seat; reported that this was purchased in 1995, moved to a lower garage bay and never touched (1994 PA Inspection sticker); rare automatic transmission and left-hand drive; this car will not be started day of sale; 57,751 miles on odometer LOCATION: Dalton, PA 18414 CONTACT INFO: omar@boundsauctions.com YEAR; 1979 MAKE: Ford MODEL: Thunderbird Heritage Edition PRICE: Offered at auction @ AuctionZip.com DESCRIPTION: VIN# 65347308703 WA; purchased by the current owners in 2010; odometer reads 1706 (we can only assume that this represents 101,706). We put the key in, it started; tech has not touched this car. LOCATION: Dalton, PA 18414 CONTACT INFO: omar@boundsauctions.com Additionally, we have 2 pieces that may be of interest. 1 is an original Model A radiator cap (the goose in flight) and a Buick Arrow trunk in outstanding condition (4 wooden ribs on lid and red interior). See photos of all of these items in our auction catalog at Auction Zip or boundsauctions.com.
  7. Need a 1915 Cadillac V8 engine, will consider all options from just a bare block to a complete engine, to even an entire car. Leads appreciated! Shawn Dougan shawn@hymanltd.com
  8. Hi can anyone please help me identify this chrome handle? Stamped inside opening on back side are the letters 2R. It is GM part 1#3757726. I assume it is a vent window handle but dont know. It is approximately 1.75" wide and approximately 1.75" tall. thanks for your time and help jerry whitfield winstonsalem, NC
  9. Rare Model 39-6019S-A (only 225 made with sunroof), equipped with dual side mounts. Improvements: AC,alarm,all new wood & leather interior,electric windows,cd-tape player,12 Volt System. Chauffeur driven & maintained for last 20 years! Always Garaged. Early 1990's V8 engine (26,000 Miles), automatic Shift. Very good overall condition: mechanically, nice and shiny paint with very few scratches, very minimal undercarriage surface rust, very nice chromes, excellent interior. Might need 2 new tires, and battery. Call me at 1 718 450 0443 or email me at locomobilia@gmail.com to see more than 40 high-resolution pictures, or for questions, or to schedule a viewing in New York City (Upper East Side). 40 pictures at https://picasaweb.google.com/113562335437300439140/1939Cadillac?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCJa_mr3c_8nWnAE&feat=directlink $27,500 OBO
  10. Greetings! It has been quite some time since I last posted. I have been busy conducting my business, Frank Nicodemus Classics and Antiques, and I do not always have the time to post to forums. Thanks to all of you who do participate – the advice is always helpful. I would like to share with everyone an interview with me by The New York Times Automobile section. It was published on Sunday, February 17, 2013. The reporter, Mr. Jim Motavalli, THOROUGHLY researched my 40+ year career, restorations, my knowledge of Cadillacs, my statements and the statements made by some of my customers. Those of you who have had to suffered due to my absence from my former company and who have heard the “rumor mill” started by my ex, this article will bring a genuine smile to your face! The direct link to the NYT article is http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/17/automobiles/collectibles/in-age-of-specialists-one-focused-on-cadillacs.html?_r=1& Thanks to all of you who take the time to read this article! All the best, Frank Nicodemus
  11. Last day for my buick on eBay, I have a lot of watchers so that's good but it doesn't guarantee it will sell. Let me know if you're interested. 559-907-5062 there is also a thread about a week old where I note alot of info on car. Thanks, Oscar http://www.ebay.com/itm/1951-BUICK-ROADMASTER-RIVIERA-SERIES-72-/170999806556?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item27d061fa5c&vxp=mtr
  12. Year: 1941 Make: Cadillac Model: Series 62 Price: Best Offer over $10k Description: paint is new - diamond pearl; everything has been rechromed except the rear bumper; the engine ran fine last time it was started, which was about 2 years ago. All of the interior parts are out of it and in storage, seats, door panels, headliner and carpet all need to be re-done. The car has been stored inside, under a dust cover. Engine: Flathead V8, Hydramatic Transmission. I had it appraised last March - $15k, as is. See attached. I would welcome feedback from the community. Price too high? Undesirable model? Would this car be more/less interesting if it was finished? I'm kind of at a loss as to how to sell a car like this. Any info you'd care to pass along would be appreciated. Thanks! Location: Bellingham, Washington State, US Contact Information: Judy Frith, jfrithx4@hotmail.com cadillac2_201302051533.pdf
  13. Hey guys, I'm new to the forum but noticed this section and wanted you guys to see some of JoepeP's artwork if you haven't already. You can order prints, here: MyClassicGarage
  14. Up for sale is a beautifully restored 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood 60S. Numbers matching former show car 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty-Special The Sixty Special was very distinctive and rich-looking this year. Broad ribbed stainless steel fairings decorated the entire rear quarter panel, below the conical flare. Even the fender skirts featured this type of trim, which extended fully forward along the body sills. Sixty Special scripts appeared on the sides of the tailfins and a Fleetwood script nameplate adorned the rear deck lid. Standard equipment included Hydra-Matic, power brakes, power steering, power windows, and fore-and-aft power front seat. PAINT The paint is slick and deep, a show finish. The car was restored in the mid-90's and has been a show car so there is some normal ware. INTERIOR The interior is a combination of original and restored it looks just as it . All of the interior chrome is virtually pit-free and shines like new. The radio has been restored and does work, the power antenna goes up and down like new. Power windows operate like new with all switches. The headliner is in very nice condition and is original, a rare find. Horn works fine, and is loud! Power seat works. Dash pad is restored and is factory correct. ACCESSORIES Radio with antenna and rear speaker Automatic heating system Six-Way seat adjuster Power window regulators E-Z-Eye Glass Fog lamps Automatic headlamp beam control White sidewall 8.20 x 15 four-ply tires Remote control trunk lock License plate frame Air suspension AIR SUSPENSION A very rare option, that has never been taken off the car except for the full professional restoration (almost $10,000) BRIGHTWORK The exterior chrome and stainless is in excellent condition, There is some minimal wear for a car that was restored a few years back. GLASS All glass is crack-free with very minimal delaminating along some of the edges of the flat glass. The headlights are all original T3's, and all work!! Rear taillight lenses are all crack free and all exterior bulbs work. WHEELS & TIRES Tires are in good condition. Wheels are the same. ENGINE/TRANSMISSION V-8 Overhead valves Cast iron block Displacement: 365 cubic inches. Bore and stroke: 4.00 x 3.625 inches Compression ratio: 10.25:1 Brake horsepower: 310 at 4800 rpm Five main bearings Hydraulic valve lifters Carburetor: Carter AFB four-barrel Model 2862S. Runs very nice. Transmission works well, with a recent servicing. The engine compartment has all of its original components, with the exception of hoses and belts. It appears to have been painted at some point in the past, but looks correct. Power steering works effortlessly and is quiet. There is a small bit of play in the steering, which seems fairly normal...doesn't effect drivability. BRAKES Brakes work as they should TRUNK Fully restored and in excellent condition UNDERCARRIAGE Typical for a car that has had an extensive restoration, but some wear and grim that comes with normal driving. There is NO rust-through on any of the floors or trunk, or frame. The gas tank was recently removed and cleaned. Exhaust appears nice and complete. WEATHERSTRIPPING/BODY RUBBER Most of it is in excellent condition, and it is all intact. PRODUCTION NUMBERS Only 12,900 of these beautiful cars were made and this car is one of the only known Sixty- Specials left with all these accessories and correct air-ride History of the 1958 Cadillac T Asking Price $38,500 704-438-0060 Serious offers only, no advertising calls
  15. Passenger headlight bezel $150 and (1) pair of front bumper ends $450. Shipping is available.
  16. I have a set of 4 chrome rims off of a 1992 Cadillac Allante. Caveat: On 1 wheel the plating is flaking. Wheels are located in Milw. WI. I am willing/prepared to deal!
  17. Just posted them on ebay. Search seller: qualitykitchParts came off an original very nice California sedan (series 50) that had a partial restoration. 1937 Cadillac LaSalle transmission with bell housing and clutch linkage. V8 Engine and dive shaft also for sale. 1937 Cadillac LaSalle radiator with shutters. Very nice! Shutters work great! Does not include radiator shroud. 1937 Cadillac LaSalle open drive shaft rear end, with track arm rod, sway bar and rear breaks. 1937 Cadillac LaSalle Set of 5 rims with very nice Firestone deluxe champions bias ply white wall tires. Tires are 10 years old, and never been on the road. Still have rubber nibs. Steel rims are 16x7. 1937 Cadillac LaSalle hydraulic brake drums (pair)
  18. 1953 Allard K3 Roadster - One of 62 Produced -I found this on The Burt Collection's website. This is Allard K3 Chassis number 6017 up for sale. This Allard is in great shape. The paint and interior do need some work, but the body is very solid and has no rust whatsoever. The car lived in California for much of its life and was well taken care of there. It sports a Caddy 331 V8, which is in good running condition, bar a recent issue with the timing chain. The rest of the mechanicals are in good working condition. The fuel tanks and hoses were dipped and replaced last year, so the fuel in them is good and clean. It was driven periodically last summer. This car features two 4-barrel holly carbs, a De-Dion rear end, and a 4-speed manual gearbox. The drum brakes have recently been serviced and function properly. There is no top, or top frame included with this car. The only thing included is a replacement engine turned dash board. Allard enthuistes would know that this is just one of 62 cars produced, and of that only a handful remain. It will be a great project for someone who wants to restore an Allard, or just modify one for vintage racing or driving. PLEASE - feel free to ask any questions you might have before bidding. We welcome and encourage pre-purchase inspections. The exterior is green and the interior is black leather. It has been listed on Ebay for the price of $60,000. For more information and photos see the link below: 1953 Used Allard K2 331 Cadillac at The Burt Collection Serving Lake Forest, IL, IID 9420765
  19. This is Allard K3 Chassis number 6017 up for sale. This is Allard is in great shape. The green paint and interior do need some work, but the body is very solid and has no rust whatsoever. The car lived in California for much of its life and was well taken care of there. It sports a Caddy 331 V8, which is in good running condition, bar a recent issue with the timing chain. The rest of the mechanicals are in good working condition. The fuel tanks and hoses were dipped and replaced last year, so the fuel in them is good and clean. It was driven periodically last summer. This car features two 4-barrel holly carbs, a De-Dion rear end, and a 4-speed manual gearbox. The drum brakes have recently been serviced and function properly. There is no top, or top frame included with this car. The only thing included is a replacement engine turned dash board. Allard enthuistes would know that this is just one of 62 cars produced, and of that only a handful remain. It will be a great project for someone who wants to restore an Allard, or just modify one for vintage racing or driving. PLEASE - feel free to ask any questions you might have before bidding. We welcome and encourage pre-purchase inspections. Our asking price is $60,000 and the car is already listed on Ebay. Please visit the link below for more information: 1953 Used Allard K2 331 Cadillac at The Burt Collection Serving Lake Forest, IL, IID 9420765
  20. We happened across this lovely (I believe) '42 Cadillac parked at a Target by the Portland airport yesterday and just had to share some space with her for a bit. When we came out she was gone, never got to see the owners but the car had Colorado tags so it seems they are in the midst of a envy-inspiring road trip! The car was sporting a special CCCA tag on the front. Click the images to see full-size versions.
  21. Selling my 1964 Buick Riviera, car is in good shape, ready to cruise! or perfect restoration project. car gets alot of attention where ever i go. been driving it to wrk everyday this summer. Selling as i have no need for this car. Acquired through trading of business equipment. Car is not perfect, floor boards are rotted in front only, was caused by lack of weatherstripping and sitting outside. got car from older couple who stated they were second owners. they drove this car to me from Petosky, MI. They had told me that the 28,000 miles on the odometer is original, however i cannot verify and not refecting price of vehicle. I no longer have a trunk key and cannot currently access trunk. Lock cylinder is easily replaceable, however i decided not to try and gain access and cause damage, this can be a repair to be completed by new owner. Weatherstrip was removed around doors and windows. torn seam in drivers seat. 425 BB Nailhead "wildcat" Sonomatic AM radio tilt, power windows, power drivers seat. Crimson Red A/C ChrisBenfant@gmail.com two four eight - 917-1458 Will accept trade or partial trade for S10 or Ranger or Jeep Wrangler $7,500 or best offer
  22. Can anyone advise me on the complexities of a 1941 Cadilac 63 series four door hard top? Like does it have any quirks? Are there any maintenance issues? Parts issues? Will it be a big head ache or a nice dependable cuiser? I haven't bought it yet but it's all original and runs good. I don't want to get in over my head since I'm new to this . Thanks a lot.
  23. Hello, for beginning, sorry for my english, I'm from Slovakia. I want to ask someone from California, preferably around Los Angeles to help me. I have one dream with my friend, to be a proud owner of Classic American car. We are planning to visit USA during september to october and we want to make a road trip from LA through route 66 to Chicago and then to New York. For that purpose, we want to buy Cadillac de Ville 1969 and recently we already have offer for preserved one. Biggest thing is, that we want to give someone this car for restoration and decent customization. For example company like West Coast Customs or Chip Foose. We want to have simple decent look of that vehicle from outside, maybe just some painting which will show map of our road-trip can be on the hood or side doors, but interior can look modern and things like good car stereo or gps navigation must be inside. Can someone please advice me good custom garages in this area? I will probably preffer bigger companies with references than smaller groups. We tried to write e-mail to West Coast Customs but they never respond. Maybe they are not interested, or they have lot of work At the end of our trip we want to sent that car back to Europe. This can be maybe interesting for that company, because that car will be representative piece of they work in Europe for future, and we plan to visit few car shows and car meetings here in central Europe. If you have any question, regarding to my post feel free to ask. Thank you all and see you on US roads
  24. Just curious if fate will shine down upon me, I used to own a 1957 Cadillac Series 60 in Leghorn beige (a very pale yellow) over bronze painted steel/tapestry interior. I got the car as my first car, so in the late 1980's in New Castle, Indiana and then a few years later traded it to a local dealer for a Jaguar XJ6L. I seem to remember a lady stopping by and inquiring after it was sold because the car had belonged to their father, and the story matched what I was told about it only having two previous owners, the Doctor and then the older gentleman my father purchased it from. She owned a gas station in Modoc, IN at the time. It didn't need much other than a touch-up paint job when I had it, was in really beautiful condition with only 50k miles. I seem to recall it was exhibited at the James Dean festival in Fairmount, Indiana a year or two later, but I moved away and never saw it again. I would be very curious if anyone knows of this car, if the same family still owns it, etc. I'm probably not looking to own it again, just curious what became of my old flame.
  25. For sale are front seats for a sedan (both backs fold forward) of GM ancestery?? I have attached photos of the seats for your inspection and am open to any questions or suggestions as to the exact original use of these seats. One thing I neglected to do was measure them before placing this ad. I will do that ASAP so that I can either add it to this or be ready to answer questions. I would like to have $250.00 for pair plus shipping (or free pickup at my door in Columbia, MO) Thank you!