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  1. For Sale: 1956 Studebaker Commander sedan - $8,500 - McKinleyville, CA 1956 Studebaker Commander - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) 1956 Studebaker Commander sedan. 259-V8, 3sp auto, electric wipers, 35,000 miles (may be more when you see it), forged crank & rods. Very nice interior. Great glass. Body straight and showing patina. I like the look, but you may wish to paint it. Coolest speedo ever! It's been updated with 12v alternator, external oil filter, Edelbrock 4V carb & air filter, valve covers, rear air adjustable shocks. The pictured aluminum wheels are for idea sake and do not come with the car. Rust has been neutralized (Ospho) and sealed. It drives very nice, good brakes, good acceleration. Contact: Call Thom: 7o7-5o2-4o8o, phone calls only, will not respond to texts. Call anytime after 12:noon. Copy and paste in your email: a33c0a2cb32b3d2badcd901cf913cacf@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1956 Studebaker Commander sedan.
  2. For sale on Craigslist: 1957 Lincoln Premiere 2door hardtop in Inland Empire, CA - $18,500 - Call or text: 951 201 70 nine two On 12/13, Seller increased price to $18,700 and relisted Link to 3/9 relisted ad: https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/cto/d/riverside-1957-lincoln-premiere/7288670502.html Seller's Description: 1957 Lincoln Premiere 2-Door Hardtop Runs and drives like a dream. Power steering, power brakes, electric windows, electric seat, new Radial wide white wall tires (cooker) new radiator, carburetor and brake booster/master rebuilt last year, mild restoration was done about 9yrs ago paint and interior along with many other mechanical repairs. DO NOT NEED HELP SELLING! * not looking for trades * CASH is king 3
  3. For Sale: 1958 Edsel Ranger sedan - $5,000 - Worland, WY 1958 Edsel Ranger - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive sale (craigslist.org) 4-door runs good drove to car shows. reducing inventory. Contact: Don (307) 3-four-7-8-one-8-one Copy and paste in your email: b22fe7bd56f83d6f9cad6d0dbaa7c0fd@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1958 Edsel Ranger sedan.
  4. For Sale: 1939 Buick Special 40 two door sedan - $16,500 - Golden, CO 1939 Buick Special 40 - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) Very clean and original Buick 2 door Special 40. Engine was replaced in 1965 and only has 7000 miles on it. Rebuilt shocks and transmission. Body is very straight and it has been garage kept its entire life. One owner prior to me. Contact: Charlie (720) two-8-9-0-four-five-3 Copy and paste in your email: 2686bcc43fb036568ff29466dca744d1@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1939 Buick Special 40 two door sedan.
  5. For Sale: 1961 Buick Electra classic 4 door sedan - $7,800 - Dayton, OH 1961 buick electra classic 4 door - cars & trucks - by owner -... (craigslist.org) 1961 Buick Electra -Wildcat 445-automatic-drum brakes completely went thru last summer-only a few small spots of bubble rust. Will try to show in pics. I'm not a gear head but I will try and answer as many questions as you may have - prefer text. As I am able to text more often than talk on phone. Contact: (419) 9-five-3-8-one-8-four Copy and paste in your email: dddf66da661f3eabb4332f126c78eb29@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1961 Buick Electra classic 4 door sedan.
  6. For Sale: 1951 CADILLAC Series 62 sedan - $5,850 - Hermitage, PA 1951 CADILLAC - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive sale (craigslist.org) 1951 Cadillac 4 door, with 56,000 miles. Original paint. In storage since 1986. Good body and solid floors.$5850.00 Contact: (724) six-9-9-9-one-0-two Copy and paste in your email: 9b3ecd09487c3fc79d3650d201f3f032@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1951 CADILLAC Series 62 sedan.
  7. This Plymouth was restored by Leo Gephart and I bought it at auction in Auburn. It has sidemounts, trunk rack, rumble seat, wind wings and other options. It is a good driver, however, it has been sitting for a while and needs the early hydraulic brakes overhauled plus woken-up from sitting for several years. $28,000 or best offer. Car is located near downtown Atlanta, in the O4W area, if you're familiar with the city. This car has to go to a new owner. Contact Harry at (404) 234-3506.
  8. For Sale: 1951 Hudson Commodore Coupe - project - $1 (make offer) - Swanzey, NH 1951 Hudson Commodore Coupe project - cars & trucks - by owner -... (craigslist.org) 1951 Hudson Commodore coupe. This is a very straight, solid, rust free car with what looks like one repaint (color change from original black to maroon) at least 30 years ago. It’s still a pretty decent “20-footer”. As with most step-down Hudsons there are signs of imperfect damage repair in the lower side panels (dents not rust). The molding separating the body and rocker panels has been replaced with "70s or 80s side molding (correct molding is now available).The bumpers, grill, parking lights, hood and fender ornaments, side “Commodore” badges and “pork chops”, trunk ornaments and tail lights have recently been re-chromed. The right rear bumper guard is missing. The stainless trim is very good other than the rocker moldings which need minor straitening and polishing. NOS side window visors, door handle guards and gas door guard were added by the previous owner.The glass is all in good condition and the windows work properly. There are areas on the lower edges of the windshield and rear window that have been sealed with silicone. The car has not been wet since it arrived 18 months ago so I do not know if they leak. Leak or not it looks bad and will need new seals (which are available).The interior is custom, about the same vintage as the paint and in pretty good condition. The dash and window trim are painted to match the exterior. The interior chrome is in good condition. The radio and heater are not working.The driver and passenger foot wells have been replaced (probably when the car was painted) and is a fairly neat job. The balance of the floor (including the trunk) is very good. The unibody structure is very solid and rust free (only minor surface rust) and shows no sign of accident damage.The wheels, trim rings and hubcaps are in good condition. The tires are JUNK.The gas tank seems solid (no leaks) and the fuel is clean. The steel line looks “tender” but does not leak.When the car arrived, I took it for a test drive. It started easily and ran smooth. The transmission shifted properly. The back half of the exhaust system is fairly new with a Magna-Flow muffler and fake “duals”.Steering and suspension worked properly (no sign of steering or suspension looseness or play) on a pretty rough road.The brakes would not stop the car (200 feet to stop from 25 MPH). It had 3 frozen wheel cylinders, completely worn-out brake shoes and the lines cracked at the first touch of a wrench.The inner front fenders, hood and the headlight buckets have been removed to do the front brake lines, 12-volt conversion and the water pump.I’ve come to the conclusion that at almost 82 I’m not quite up to the job of finishing it.The following parts are included with the car:1 pair of Excellent windshield wiper bezels (originals are pitted)New water pump (not rebuilt)New 12-volt alternator & regulatorPertronix ignitionNew high output coil4 New shocksModified Jeep sway bar (1 1/8” vs. ¾” stock)2 sets of NOS Fenton front end lowering blocks2 sets of lower, inner “A” frame pivots2 sets of lower, outer “A” frame pivots2 sets of upper, inner “A” frame pivots2 sets of front wheel seals, brake hardware kits, brake shoes, wheel cylinders, brake hoses and freshly turned drumsMaster cylinderStop light switch (can be used with silicone fluid)Complete “In Line Tube” brake line kit (M/C to rear installed)3 New Universal JointsNew carrier bearingBushings to convert original carrier bearing to “un-bakeable”The following new parts have been installedRear brake hoseRear wheel cylinders, brake hardware, brake shoes, axle seals and freshly turned drumsRear shocks3” rear lowering blocksMany extra partsAsk questions, come and see it (its on a lift in a well-lighted garage) make offer. Contact: no phone listed. Copy and paste in your email: a16989b4bf5a32af824f3385d17a55cd@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1951 Hudson Commodore Coupe project.
  9. *SOLD* Don't tell that guy in the other thread who is worried about how much I'm making when I sell a car, but I bought this Corvette recently from a little estate auction that a friend found in another state. He gave me the details and I bid online but I wasn't going to go crazy. It was pretty badly misrepresented but it was cheap enough that I was willing to take a chance. And it is the one time in my life that I was pleasantly surprised by an auction car. The misrepresentation was that it was a replacement engine, so I bid accordingly. It does have factory A/C and red/red is a great combination so I figured I didn't have much to lose. Once it showed up at my shop I was able to go over it more carefully. Yeah, it's totally numbers-matching. Engine, transmission, rear end, carburetor, alternator, all of it checks out. It is a color change from yellow/black, but I can't really complain about that. It was a friggin' mess after sitting in a garage for a few years, but we got it cleaned up, serviced, and well, there's a REALLY good Corvette underneath. The repaint was quite well done, with no traces of the original Sunfire Yellow anywhere on the body. Michael was able to restore a beautiful gloss to the finish and there are no signs of fiberglass distress underneath. It's not show quality, but it's awfully good. Doors close nicely, headlight doors fit properly, and while the bonding strips are no longer visible, it isn't "too perfect" which Corvette fans like. Good chrome bumpers and emblems, too. It's a nice car. The red interior is obviously replacement and also well done. Since it's a color change, just about everything inside is newer and there's a rather long list of options: factory A/C, power windows, woodgrain wheel, and the PowerGlide automatic transmission, plus power steering and brakes underneath. Everything works, including the gauges, clock, and aftermarket AM/FM/cassette radio in the lower dash. I just noticed looking at the photos that the courtesy light on the driver's side isn't working, but we'll have that fixed tomorrow. Nice carpets, clean headliner, and good weather seals round it out. The engine is the original, numbers-matching 327 cubic inch V8. It is the base version, so that means 300 horsepower, but since when is 300 horsepower inadequate? I don't know anything about what's in the engine or if it was rebuilt, but given the quality of the rest of the car it wouldn't be a mistake to assume that it was. On the other hand, it shows 67,118 miles and I'd be inclined to believe that's an authentic reading so maybe not. Either way, it starts easily, idles pretty well (and better once it's warm), and pulls with vigor. The PowerGlide isn't the handicap you think it is, although it does feel kind of weird holding on to 1st gear as long as it does. Meh. PowerGlides weren't stamped with VIN derivatives, but it does have a reasonable September 2, 1965 date code for this VERY early production 1966 Corvette (the 671st 1966 Corvette built), which was also built in September 1965. The same goes for the 3.36-geared rear end, which has a September 8, 1965 assembly date. I don't believe the body was ever off the frame, so it's not detailed underneath, but the birdcage is solid and the frame areas ahead of the rear wheels are completely solid, so this car didn't spend any time in the snow or salt. There's also a brand new exhaust system and somewhat recent shocks. We just installed new 215/70/15 whitewall radials for a correct look (boy was it hard to do it that way instead of blackwalls or redlines, but whitewalls are the right choice). No documentation, but I don't have any serious concerns about this car's pedigree. Loaded with options, great colors, nice condition, ready to enjoy on the road, not the show field. And at $49,900 it's a bit of a bargain for a matching-numbers mid-year Corvette, especially one that's loaded with options. Just don't ask me how much I paid if you're the sort of guy who worries about my margins. Thanks for looking!
  10. Beautiful "54" Eldorado car needs nothing everything works!! - $85,000.00 Firm & NO TRADES!! Chris 708-893-0212 or phantomcaddy@comcast.net
  11. A very high end restoration on this beautiful 1946 Ford Super Deluxe Convertible produced an AACA Senior Award and a Dearborn Award. Yes, this car looks this immaculate in person, mechanically sound in every way, drives excellent, smooth and silent. This Car’s History · Only two owners over the last 60 years. In 1960, Judge Wilbur Spenser Johnson of Genesco, IL bought it as a used car on April 14th, 1960. He owned it for 37 years. In 1988, he had a frame off restoration carried out. The result was this incredibly detailed convertible, done so well it won both a AACA Senior and Dearborn in 1989. He drove it on many Texas AACA tours, and won multiple divisional first place awards. · 0n April 17, 1997, Dan Crofts of Irving, Texas acquired the car. In 2000, Dan rebuilt the engine, clutch and transmission, and did a full repaint · And now this year I acquired the car out of Dan’s estate. Below you will find all the details and extra bonus items included with the sale. Exterior The convertible’s sheet metal is excellent, and full repaint was done using Centari 99A. Receipts from the repaint are included. The paint is a deep black mirror, devoid of orange peel or flaws. I applied the 3M Perfect-It paint buffing system, followed by a buttering with some fresh carnuba wax. I would rate it at a 9.9 out of 10. All the chrome and stainless is correct and exceptional, the doors close with weight and authority, the trunk and hood fit correctly and are painted smooth on the undersides. All glass and frames are excellent, with proper Safety bug etchings, the StayFast top is tight and clean. The Firestone tires have tons of tread on them, working Guide spotlight with Westinghouse lens. (the passenger side spotlight is removed, but is included). The undercarriage is clean and well sorted, the underside of the fenders are black painted smooth. Even the useless passenger side mirror is there! Bonus Extras Included with the car is a substantial haul of documentation, literature and parts. Copies of the past two titles going back to 1960, a very large folder of receipts, diagrams, photos, and hand written notes documenting the initial restoration, the very interesting communications between the Judge and Dan when the car was changing hands, and the subsequent engine, clutch and transmission redo, as wall as the repaint receipts. Also included are: · Original 1946 Illinois license plate · TX historic vehicle license plate · 1945 CA plate with correct ’46 orange tag · (2) Original 46 operator’s manual · Original 1946 service manual, and a reproduction service manual · Original body parts manual · Original 50 years of Ford progress Golden Jubilee poster · Original 1946 Ford sales brochure · (2) Original 1946 Ford advertisement out of life magazine · Original 1946 Ford poster from Diers motors · Original 1946 Ford and mercury colors chip samples sheet · Original radio Adjust-A-Matic owners manual and warranty registration card and red caution tag, 10 more books, the 3 trophies and framed AACA award · A Ford Script battery · A trunk full of extra parts · Custom car cover · Proper jack set Mechanics Professionally rebuilt and restored, this ’46 starts right up, idles right, and is a super smooth cruiser. When driving, even with the top down you can barely hear it running. The rebuilt 59AB flathead is strong and reliable. No clutch chatter or transmission grinding. Steering, suspension and brakes are spot on. Has an electric fuel pump for carb priming, electric fan installed, although I don’t need it in our coastal climate, and best of all, amazingly it is bone dry – no leaks. My favorite part of the entire car is the Three on the Tree… The electric-hydro power top works perfectly. The frames are highly detailed and fold down into the well as they should. No cramming and pushing on it, or lopsided motions. And the matching boot snaps in place easily. Interior Correct red and cloth interior that is in mint condition and comfortable. Has radio, clock and heater, odd that this year there was no trip odometer… Other Please call with any questions you may have. I want to be fair on the price and see this amazing Ford go to a great new home. (831) 238-8235 for calls/texts. E-mail: fullscalemodels@yahoo.com $52,500 OBO
  12. This is a very nice car that is pretty rare to find. I have the description below along pictures and video. Priced at $71,480 Hope you guys enjoy seeing this one! 1958 Plymouth Fury. This lovely and rare car is a combination of fine originality and quality restoration. It looks and drives wonderfully. Motor is responsive, but quiet. The steering and handling is great. It is brand new inside with NOS material used for that showroom look. Engine compartment is nice and clean. The body is very straight, with only some minor exceptions. The trim, chrome and weather stripping is in excellent condition. Glass is also in excellent condition. Dash pad, dash, door panels, instruments, gauges, clock, radio, heater and knobs are all just excellent. Paint is decades old, but still shines and looks great. Paint is not with some scratches, but retains a great shine and should last for many years to come. To drive this car is like going back in time. This is the one you have been looking for. Just like the car used in the movie ''Christine''. Make this one yours toady before this unbeatable deal is gone. FaceTime walk around are available! Shipping Available! * FREE LOCAL DELIEVERY * Call for details. PLEASE CALL US AT : 763-355-5511 www.DrukAutoSales.com ** **EASY FINANCING AVAILABLE ** GET APPROVED TODAY Fill out finance application and see our huge inventory selection at www.DRUKAUTOSALES.com ~~ VIDEO ON OUR WEBSITE ~~ Druk Auto Sales 8000 Highway 10 NW Ramsey, MN 55303 763-355-5511 www.DrukAutoSales.com **EXTENTED WARRANTIES AVAILABLE** ** TRADE INS ACCEPTED *** **** Full Inventory here http://www.drukautosales.com/ ****
  13. 1949 Buick Riviera, Price: $15,500, first hardtop by General Motors, very solid car, restoration started, complete car has no rust, all chrome plating done $7,000 cost, has title. In Ocala, FL, Call Richard @ (352) 843-1530.
  14. For Sale on Facebook: 1955 Chrysler New Yorker 4-Door Sedan in Boone, IA - $5,000 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information On 11/28, Seller reduced price to $4,500 Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1741515082683200/ Seller's Description: 1955 Chrysler New Yorker 4-Door Sedan Driven 44,166 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Blue · Interior color: Blue Car has been sitting inside for years. Tires are good new battery. It does run and drive! The brakes need some work it will still stop, but recommended brakes get fixed before it's drove. Really nice car for the year come see it and you'll buy it! Message me for number please listing for someone.
  15. For sale on Ebay: 1958 DeSoto Firesweep 4-Door Sedan in Newport News, VA - Auction with opening bid of $2.00 - No phone # provided. Contact Ebay Seller: panmannn Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/193785338290?_trksid=p2471758.m4703 Seller's Description: 1958 DeSoto Firesweep 4-Door Sedan Condition: Used VIN : 110759 Mileage: 50141 Engine: 350 V8 Number of Cylinders: 8 Transmission: Automatic Exterior Color: Pink Interior Color: Tan Vehicle Title:Clean 1958 Desoto Firesweep # matching car 350 cu.in. 280 HP original drive line with 51,000 original miles......NO RUST!.....EVER!......only 2800 of these were made push button automatic transmission 4 door. Car is in excellent condtion for it age, all the stainless trim is intact body is straight everything works, starts, drives, and stops like it should. This is a very original car. . Trunk is rust free, drip rails, back window, front window, rockers, door jambs, trunk is push button. Interior is original front seat needs work still has the factory mat in the floor. paint job is amateur but did its job. This is a cool car, its a sled you sit low in these cars. Please don't bid if your not going to make the deal! I have a clean/clear virginia title for the car (photo). Any photos you would like I can provide. Any questions fire away. No junk here. Shipping is buyers responsibility I got my end. $500 non refundable deposit is due with in 24 hours at close of auction. Bid with confidence. Please look at photos carefully because they are the description. Thanks for looking!
  16. For sale on Ebay: 1961 Chrysler Newport 4-Door Sedan in Belfair, WA - Buy-It-Now Price: $21,500.00 - Call: 702-292-12 zero one or write through Ebay to Seller: imperial50 Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1961-Chrysler-Newport/333816541704 Seller's Description: 1961 Chrysler Newport 4-Door Sedan Mileage: 85000 Engine: 361 Number of Cylinders: 8 Transmission: Automatic Exterior Color: Blue Vehicle Title: Clean Power Options: Air Conditioning Up for auction today is a stunning example of the iconic 61 Chrysler. From the push-button transmission to the huge fins and canted headlights, this car is a crowd-pleaser where ever it goes. This particular car was a California original, and the black plates will go with the sale. Has most all paperwork and registrations since the car was new. The owner's manual is still in the sealed plastic. The original set of keys appear to be unused as well. The car went through a complete cosmetic restoration. The chrome was redone when it was painted. The seats and carpet were refinished as well. It has a new electroluminescent unit for the dash lights. Some of the mechanical work that was done includes an NOS power brake booster, A/C converted and working, new tires, new battery, new freeze plugs, full tune-up, etc... well over 15K was invested in this beautiful beast, not counting the cost of the car. Mileage is original! It absolutely floats down the highway at 70+ MPH. Gas mileage is pretty decent - I've gotten over 18 mpg on the highway. Parking brake holds the car very well. I hate to part with this one, but I just moved to Washington State from Nevada and I don't think it's going to survive the salt water air. This car has never had rust, and I hate to see it start because of the area I'm in. I will help with shipping arrangements, but of course buyer is responsible for all shipping costs. Call me with any questions you have at 702-292-12 zero one. Thanks for looking! *** I do not need help selling my car, so please do not call! No scams! Funds must clear before I will release the car.
  17. For Sale: 1950 Plymouth business coupe - $5,000 - Plover, WI 1950 Plymouth business coupe - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) Here is my 1950 Plymouth business coupe. The car rolled off the assembly line in California in 1950. Running the VIN number this car was never actually made in Detroit. This car was running when it was hauled from California and placed in a garage 10 years ago. It has sat ever since. Beautiful car great condition, will need a little work after sitting. There is not many of these business coupes left. The car is sitting in Plover, Wisconsin. Contact: Call or text (313)-7-0-one-7-four-8-0. Copy and paste in your email: daf970997735318bb81823b55d2101db@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1950 Plymouth business coupe.
  18. For sale on Facebook: 1949 Hudson 2-Door Commodore in Fort Worth, TX - $8,000 - Call: Six eight two four three two two eight seven six Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/299372614748288/1949-Hudson-2-Door Seller's Description: 1949 Hudson 2-Door Commodore Driven 20,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Silver · Interior color: Black Six eight two four three two two eight seven six cash call only thank you
  19. For sale on Ebay: 1954 Buick Special Riviera 2-Door Hardtop in Tucson, AZ - Buy-It-Now Price $10,500 OBO - No phone # provided. Reply to Ebay Seller: mattiebeee Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/174548819651 Seller's Description: 1954 Buick Special Riviera 2-Door Hardtop VIN No: 4A8014547 Mileage: 86395 Vehicle Title: Clean For sale is my 1954 Buick Special. 264 cubic inch V8 mated to a rare 3 speed manual transmission (3 on the Tree). The car was a display vehicle for a local company and spent time being moved around Tucson, AZ. It's a desert car, and has very little rust to worry about. The only evidence found was a small hole in the rear driver's side wheel well and a small hole underneath the rear seat (doesn't go all the way through). It's a solid car that presents very well. Some of the work done in the past year: new upholstery on seats and front door panels. Matches the rear panels to perfection. new thermostat, radiator cleaned and spark plug wires new battery, this one is the correct one for the car and sits perfectly on the battery tray new springs (slightly lowered), new shocks and bushings in front. New end links for stock rear shocks new clutch, new clutch linkage The car looks great, runs great and draws smiles and thumbs up wherever I take it. It's not a perfect car but it's one that can be enjoyed as-is. Brakes and steering are responsive and have that unmistakable Buick feel. The car glides over bumps and road imperfections. Temp, fuel and amp gauges work perfectly. The clock appears to not be working, and speedometer stopped working after clutch replacement (speedometer cable may be the issue). All lights, turn signals and horn work perfectly. The car is 100% road worthy and is enjoyed daily around Tucson. I have maxed out the number of pictures allowed in this ad, please contact me for additional pictures. The car is rock solid underneath, the paint shines well and appears to be the correct colors based on the ID plate found on the firewall. I'm happy to show it to any potential buyers at any time. I have access to a lift and can make sure that every aspect of the car is shown to any buyer. Payment must be received in full prior to the car leaving, no exceptions. I can assist with shipping to the best of my abilities. International buyers welcome, I can also recommend some freight forwarders specialized in moving vehicles overseas. This Buick has a clear title in my name, ready to be signed over to a new owner. I also have a few spare items that will travel with the car in the trunk.
  20. For Sale: 1961 Chevy Corvair Lakewood Wagon - $5,000 - Denver, CO 1961 Chevy Corvair Lakewood Wagon - cars & trucks - by owner -... (craigslist.org) You are looking at an all original 61 Lakewood wagon. It has the 4 speed, clock and tissue dispenser. It has new tires with an extra set. It does run an drive, but smokes upon acceleration. Brakes have been rebuilt before on the front. Master cylinder has been rebuilt. Will need a windshield and a battery. Drivers floor board will need a patch panel. Could be interested in 71-72 Chevy K20 pickup or K5 blazer or 87-91 K5 blazer or suburban or K20 pickup. Let me know of similar or interesting trades. Contact: Call me at (303)-9-zero-5-7-zero-six-7. Thanks, Brian. Please no texting just call and talk. Thanks! I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1961 Chevy Corvair Lakewood Wagon.
  21. BUILT IN WISCONSIN IN THE LATE 50'S. VERY STURDY CONSTRUCTION. FEATURES KOHLER WATER COOLED MOTOR. 3 SPEED BORG WARNER TRANSMISSION AND CUT DOWN STUDEBAKER REAR END. 2 WAY PEDAL FOR FORWARD AND HYDRAULIC BRAKES. RUNS AND DRIVES -ALL THERE BUT COULD USE SOME TLC. WAS UTILIZED BY A TRAILER PARK FOR YEARS BEFORE BEING PLACED IN STORAGE. LOCATED NEAR WASHINGTON D.C. $4,500.00 OR NEAR OFFERS/TRADES TOWARDS INTERESTING BRITISH CAR OR VW BUG. CALL 703-966-8422 FOR MORE INFORMATION
  22. Good parts car or find a 430 engine and restore it. In Norman, Oklahoma (suburb of OKC). Not mine. $700. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/392352548502906/?ref=browse_tab&referral_code=undefined
  23. For sale on Facebook: 1972 Chrysler New Yorker 4-Door Hardtop in Detroit, MI - $4,500 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information. Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2902129026733280/1972-Chrysler-New-Yorker Seller's Description: 1972 Chrysler New Yorker 4-Door Hardtop Very good condition Driven 45,000 miles Exterior color: Brown · Interior color: Gold 1972 Chrysler New Yorker 45k miles 440, new carburetor Auto trans 727 8 3/4 rear end. Power Windows and Locks New Top Minimal rust Original Paint. Some dings here and there. Everything works: A/C, Heat, Locks, Windows (rear driver side a little funny) gauges AM radio can plug into phone or media device and play your music. Maybe the trunk light and glove box light don't work? It's a really nice comfortable old car with loads of personality. I've driven this car to Florida several times and Boston and Western Mass. Good Reliable car. Will need tires soon. Not in a hurry to sell so I'm pretty firm on price. May consider trade for another complete pre 1980 car of similar value. Interested in other Chry Co vehicles, AMCs, VWs, and convertibles. No 4x4s, boats, pickup trucks, jeeps or rust buckets. I have a lot of large cars, looking to add a smaller one to the collection.
  24. For Sale: 1964 Pontiac Catalina 48,000 original Miles - $6,500 - Humboldt Park, ILL 1964 Pontiac Catalina 48,000 original Miles - cars & trucks - by... (craigslist.org) Priced to sell, great driving low mileage car, Mint Bright Blue Interior, Good paint, Pontiac 389 engine, Drives great on highway and in city; turns smooth; solid frame; first $6500 takes her. Firm. Contact: Nathan (773) 8-five-9-one-six-9-5 Copy and paste in your email: 47f17e26fc8c30d88695020c799c7a2e@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this For Sale: 1964 Pontiac Catalina sedan.
  25. For sale on Craigslist: 1952 Hudson Hornet 4-Door Sedan in Dubuque, IA - $13,500 - Text David: 563 920 40 seven zero Link to relisted ad: https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/cto/d/dubuque-1952-hudon-hornet-twin-power/7245430891.html Seller's Description: 1952 Hudson Hornet 4-Door Sedan condition: good cylinders: 6 cylinders odometer: 76300 paint color: yellow transmission: manual 1952 Hudson Hornet with Twin H Power 308 cu. inch. 3 speed manual. Sedan with nice interior and decent paint for age. Has a exhaust leak and think it is just a gasket needed. Great color in Yellow and Brown really catches the eye. I have lost my storage space and need to sell now. Am asking $13,500.00 OBO which is a steal on this collectible Hudson. Haggerty shows average value of $16,200.00
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