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  1. For Sale: 1955 Studebaker Commander sedan - $6,500 - Worthington, OH 1955 Studebaker Commander - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) 1955 Studebaker Commander 4 door. Very cool teal and white colors. Minimal rust for its age. Frame is solid. Odometer reads under 41,000 miles and title says this is correct. Car was reportedly stored by previous owner indoors for 30 years. 259 2 barrel V-8. Manual shift on the column 3 speed. 6 volt electrical system. Engine runs well and car drives, shifts and stops well. New battery, coil and points. Tires appear very old. I would not think they are safe. Heater works. Lighting all works. Car also has overdrive that I have not tested. A very good restoration car. Don’t let the pictures fool you. It does need some work to make it roadworthy in my opinion starting with tires and shocks. Parts seem pretty easy to get on eBay etc. Seems very original and unmolested. Contact: no phone listed. Copy and paste in your email: ad824b4c49ce3eda8d0ee0297c6530a3@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this For Sale: 1955 Studebaker Commander sedan. Note: Commander V8's with manual shift and overdrive are especially nice driving cars.
  2. 1954 Chevrolet 2 Door, Price:$12,500, Original interior, Original 30,000 Miles, Power Glide Transmission, Great Driver. In Ocala, FL ( 352) 843-1530.
  3. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/149769003162851 Listed 2 days ago in Waynesville, OH 1937 Packard 120 in very good shape. It is a great driver. -Fuel system has been completely redone and can handle new fuels with ethanol. -Almost brand new bfg tires - brakes have been redone and it stops well. -I believe the paint is original, or a very early repaint. If your looking for a mostly original good driving Packard 120 this is your car, if you looking for a perfect 120 restoration it is not.
  4. 1934 Cadillac Sedan 4 Door, Price: $8,500, Very Solid, Fair Condition, Restoration started. In Ocala, FL ( 352-843-1530. 4 Door,
  5. For sale on Craigslist: 1957 Lincoln Premiere 4-Door Hardtop in Hatboro, PA - $9,500 - No phone # provided. Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to: 55549e33feff304da563b7ea70db0605@sale.craigslist.org On 11/25, Seller reduced price to $8,900 On 12/10, Seller reduced price to $7,999 and listed a Buy-It-Now auction on Ebay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1957-Lincoln-Premier/143881748307 Link: https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/cto/d/hatboro-1957-lincoln-premiere/7223808360.html Seller's Description: 1957 Lincoln Premiere 4-Door Hardtop condition: fair cylinders: 8 cylinders odometer: 9999999 title status: clean Up for sale is my 1957 Lincoln Premiere 4 door sedan in "hot pink". It has the tallest fins for 1957. This is a member of the first generation of the Lincoln Premiere, from 1956-1957. Parts are typically interchangeable from these two model years, with slight styling differences in the two years. Lincoln made the Premiere from 1956 to 1960, before reviving the name "Premiere" as a trim level on modern Lincoln models. It is a long vehicle (18.5 feet). It is commonly mistaken for a "pink 1959 Cadillac". The Lincoln Premiere was a competitor to Cadillac in the luxury car market. Some people also mistakenly believe this model is called the "Landau" because that nameplate is printed on the vehicle. But, Landau is a term that was used to denote a "luxury type carriage" and stems from old fashioned horse drawn carriages. The engine is an original 368 cubic inch, 6.0 liters, Lincoln Y Block V-8. The transmission is an original 3-Speed Turbo-Drive Automatic transmission. This particular model is the 4 door sedan. This car has a lot of power options that were available on the model such as power seats, power windows, power brakes, and power steering. (The car does not have A.C.) The car's unibody design makes it feel like you are sitting on a couch while you drive it. But, I have come to the conclusion that I just have too many vehicles at this point. I've owned this car since 2011. This car gets a ton of attention! It is not uncommon to have people taking a picture of the car as you drive down the road or come up to you in a parking lot to ask about it. It is not the typical 1950s car, as this was a luxury model, and very pricey for 1957. Alas, the car has been stored/undriven for the last 3 years. Thus, it should go to someone else who will enjoy it. We asked our classic car mechanic to complete the following items during the week on 10/19/20: 1. New Battery (51R type) 2. Carburetor Overhall - completely rebuilt carb. 3. New Distributor Cap 4. New Ignition Rotor 5. New Ignition Wires 6. New Spark Plugs 7. New Ignition Points 8. New Fuel Filter 9. Fuel filter flush - removed old gas And prior work included: 1. Rebuilt starter (in 2014) 2. Removal of 4 brake drums/cleaned/adjusted/replaced (in 2014) 3. New White Wall Tires (in 2014) - Probably have driven about 200 miles on them. These are "DB Fury 3" Whitewall Tires" bought from Diamond Back Classic Tires. Current Condition: The Engine runs strong and it starts right up. For a video of the engine starting/running, please see it on YouTube: https://youtu.be/5KdqgCYh_oU But, the car is in need of a new (or rebuilt) master cylinder for the brakes. Thus, it has no ability to brake at this time. We've reached our budget for investing in the car and it is time to let it go. One option is to have the master cylinder and drum brakes replaced with a disc brake conversion kit. The car does has a cutoff switch under dash to the battery. While not original, classic cars tend to drain the battery for various reasons. This helps keep the battery fresh. The vinyl and cloth interior is all original. The back seat still has the plastic wrap (like Grandmom put over her couch) which has definitely kept it in fairly good condition. Plastic wrap had also been on the front seat for some time (indeed, there is still some plastic covering the back. But the bench seat is not, and is rougher (see pictures), but still comfortable. The power seats work just fine. The carpet and headliner should be replaced at some point. The driver's side window is cracked. All other glass is intact. The car color is not original. The original was, indeed, pink, but more of a "pastel" pink compared to the hot pink that the previous owner painted. The paint job still looks good from a distance, but there are a few surface rust spots on the front quarter panel and on a few other spots. Please see photos for details. There is a lot of chrome and brightwork pieces. All in various states (again see pictures). The two doors on the driver side are having issues latching. Indeed, the button to open the back door on the driver's side appears stuck, but this door can be opened from the inside. I am not sure what the issue is for them. We wanted to ensure that the car engine was good before listing, hence our desire to have the fuel system flushed of old gas and carb rebuilt. Prior to it sitting, we enjoyed driving it regularly - the car ran and drove as we took it to local car shows and for fun drives of about 50 miles or so. I have a free and clear title. I am listing this as "fair" condition more so because I haven't driven it in earnest in several years, and because of cosmetic condition of the paint and interior. Mileage: The odometer doesn't work, indeed, has never worked, and thus there is no way to tell how many miles this engine has from this 63 year old vehicle. Thus, I am listing this as 999999 because there is no way of knowing. We originally bought the car, sight unseen, off eBay in 2011 from upstate New York. It's been fun, but we have 2 other classics that we drive more often and realize I it does the car no good to just have it sit. History of the model: After World War II, Lincoln was producing some of the finest cars available in the American car market. For the 1956 model year, Lincoln introduced all-new models, and an all-new level of luxury and performance. The Premiere, available in 2-door coupe, 4 door sedan or 2 door Convertible - these cars became the flagship vehicle Lincoln line. The cars introduced bright colors, more trim, and a number of safety features, including deep-dish steering wheel, padded dash, strengthened seat backs, and reinforced door panels and better door latches. These cars were, with a hardtop coupe, a four-door sedan, and a convertible all ranging between $4,600 and $4,750. Only one motor was offered across the line the 368-cid, 285-hp overhead-valve V-8 was mated to an automatic transmission. A 12-volt electrical system became standard across the Ford/Lincoln product line. The Lincoln Premiere was no exception and received all of the upgrades. Well optioned, these cars featured Power seats and windows and most owners also added power brakes. For 1957, the Premiere gained big fins, more chrome, four headlights, and engine output was bumped to 300 hp. A four-door Landau hardtop sedan was added to the Premiere lineup this year, as well, and prices jumped by approximately $500 on nearly all models. The Lincoln Premiere is a wonderful example of 1950s auto design. Its large size, strong performance and great style, gives the car an imposing road presence. It is the epitome of 1950s nostalgia. PAYMENT: I will accept a bank wire transfer (preferred), cashier's check, or personal check (vehicle shipment will be delayed until check clears). Vehicle Pickup & Shipping All shipping charges are buyer's responsibility. Car is parked at the end of my driveway on flat ground in Hatboro, PA. Since it has no brakes, it will need to be winched onto a flat bed or car carrier. I can help to some degree. I am in no rush or pressure to sell the vehicle. It can sit under its car cover until pickup/shipping can be arranged. AS-IS: This vehicle is sold "AS IS" "Where Is" and with no warranties expressed or implied. I do not need any help in "selling" the vehicle. Please no scammers. I do appreciate that a lot of folks love classic cars. But, ideally, you'll be a serious potential buyer. I'll answer any questions to the best of my availability and/or take any additional photos.
  6. For sale on Craigslist: 1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser 2-Door Hardtop - $12,500 - Call or text Jimmy: 303 946 85 four eight On 11/20, Seller reduced price to $11,500 Link: https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/d/henderson-rare-turnpike-cruiser/7243203191.html Seller's Description: 1958 Mercury Turnpike Cruiser 2-Door Hardtop condition: good odometer: 58000 paint color: white transmission: automatic title status: clean This 1958 Mercury Montclair turnpike cruiser is one of 2500 built that year. These were built by Mercury expressly for the new interstate highway system president Eisenhower implemented, commonly known as the turnpike. They were part concept car, part Autorama design that was actually produced. They were big and luxurious with gobs of power. equipped with a 430 big block producing 330 hp and a pushbutton automatic three speed transmission More photos and video available upon request. This car runs and drives, needs some TLC or if you’re really ambitious a restoration. It’s incredibly complete not missing anything, has minor rust in some areas. the frame is excellent and no rust through on the floors, but some in the rocker panels These garner an incredible amount of attention, if you’re looking for something to place in your museum or show room or business consider this. If the ad is still up the cars for sale, Thanks but I don’t need help selling this vehicle.
  7. For Sale: 1957 BUICK Special sedan - $7,000 - SIOUX FALLS, SD 1957 BUICK - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive sale (craigslist.org) 1957 BUICK. AUTO. 36K MILES. V8. RUNS & DRIVES. Contact: RON, (605) 3-TEN-4-1-TWENTY, CALL OR TEXT Copy and paste in your email: efb5e0d5071f392aa91a3f09aa7ac400@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1957 BUICK Special sedan.
  8. For Sale: 1956 Plymouth Belvedere sedan - $6,000 - Denver, CO 1956 Plymouth Belvedere - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) We have a 1956 Plymouth Belvedere four-door with a 4.5 L (277) V-8 runs and drives. She is in great condition. She has cellulite and cancer but is all original. Original Colorado car out of Rifle, Co. All chrome pieces are there. All original clean glass. Interior is original and in great condition for its age. She needs love... and I’m not giving it to her like she deserve! Lol Contact: Dee (720) 8-4-one-3-six-3-8 Copy and paste in your email: b206139297893daeb57a202553fe1a4c@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1956 Plymouth Belvedere sedan. Note: Pretty wild original Greek Keys pattern interior material.
  9. For Sale: 1966 Buick Skylark 4dr hardtop - $6,000 - Coeur D Alene, ID 1966 Buick Skylark - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive... (craigslist.org) Need to sell for college. This is probably one of the most reliable old cars on the market right now. I have driven it to school every single day for two years rain snow or shine. It may not be a collectors item but it sure gets looks downtown. I installed a new sound system in the car so it has a Bluetooth stereo and two 8 inch speakers in the rear deck that are plenty loud. Everything else is stock and has a 300 cubic inch wildcat motor and an automatic transmission. It doesn’t have AC but when all the windows are down and the vents are open, you can’t even tell. There is no B post so when the front and back windows are down, it’s one big window. The car will come with three studded tires and a spare non-studded tire, plus detachable soft racks to carry a paddle board or surfboard. The negatives are the front seats are slightly torn and the carpet is falling off the side doors (see pics). Also the rear drivers side door doesn’t lock. Overall this is a great car and I’m sad to see it go. Willing to trade for a 4x4, $6000 OBO Contact: (20😎 3-one-2-nine-8-four-3 Copy and paste in your email: ff5ef88277f4358d88a687727ad8fbbe@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1966 Buick Skylark 4dr hardtop.
  10. For sale on Craigslist: 1970 Cadillac Eldorado in Hackettstown, NJ - $6,500 - Call Bob: 201 nine one three seven two eight one On 12/8, Seller increased price to $6,900 Link: https://newjersey.craigslist.org/cto/d/hackettstown-1970-cadillac-eldorado/7240907745.html Seller's Description: 1970 Cadillac Eldorado condition: good drive: fwd odometer: 83000 paint color: blue title status: clean Hi, I have a nice 1970 Eldorado. It's a nice car that had 1 owner for 40 years. It has 83000 miles on it. I do have some original paperwork with the car. It does run and drive good. Nice chrome and nice interior and perfect dash. It is not perfect but nice. Low book value is 6750. Thanks Bob 201 nine one three seven two eight one. No low ball offers, don't waste my time. ps I do have the hubcaps, I took them off to put air in the tires and never put them back on.
  11. Found a 30x40 concrete garage on recently purchased property. The garage contains 2 1940s-1950s antique cars. 1 of the cars is a Buick Eight 4 door, I am unsure of the make or model of the other. Cars are located in Gloucester county NJ. If anyone is interested, has more questions, or could point me in the right direction to get rid of them please call 856-534-3275 or email at spellsoftruth@protonmail.com
  12. For sale on Facebook: 1956 Chrysler Imperial 4-Door Sedan in Kingsburg, CA - $12,000 - Must be a member of Facebook in order to access Seller's contact information Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/358993478689627/ Seller's Description: 1956 Chrysler Imperial 4-Door Sedan Driven 200,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Blue 1956 Chrysler Crown Imperial four door sedan. Second owner. Push button automatic transmission. Power seats, power windows, power steering, power antenna, newer paint job- was originally white. Was daily driver locally for several years. Currently, driver side rear rotor is locking up, but will be replaced. Engine and transmission run and work fine. Original air conditioning unit in trunk disconnected. Fans and defroster still work. Original radio has a vacuum tube that is out. Engine compartment is up to date wiring, rest of car original cloth wire. .
  13. For sale on Craigslist: 1955 Chrysler Windsor 4-Door Sedan in Chicago, IL - $6,900 - Call or text: 312 659 59 eight five Link to relisted ad: https://chicago.craigslist.org/chc/cto/d/chicago-1955-chrysler-windsor-drive-home/7243139773.html Seller's Description: 1955 Chrysler Windsor 4-Door Sedan condition: excellent odometer: 97000 paint color: green title status: clean transmission: automatic 1955 Chrysler Windsor all original brand new brake lines brake booster brake cylinders runs and drives .. not in showroom condition .. true survivor all original .. runs and drives excellent clean Indiana title 97000 original miles on original V8 Mopar engine everything works including heat all original... asking price $6900 take a look at the pictures if interested please contact one 312 659 59 eight five call or text serious inquiries located by Archer and Kedzie in Chicago Brighton Park area please serious inquiries... if you're looking for a brand new car this is not the one.. not in showroom condition but in very good original condition if you want it brand-new you will need to restore it .. perfect good running original condition serious inquiries
  14. For sale on Facebook: 1956 DeSoto Firedome Seville 2-Door Hardtop in Manteca, CA - $9,500 - No phone # provided. Email only to: moparmontana@gmail.com Link: https://www.facebook.com/MontanaVintageSpeed/1956-DeSoto-Firedome-Seville Seller's Description: 1956 DeSoto Firedome Seville 2-Door Hardtop 330 Hemi, RARE manual tranny, and overdrive. Same family since 1959. Driven to this spot in 1993. Rust-free, straight, and original paint. Located in Manteca, CA. Clean CA pink. Must be moved by December 31, but ideally, the weekend of the 12th as I will be moving the rest of the cars in the collection that weekend. Email only please - moparmontana@gmail.com. $9,500 OBO
  15. 1967 Plymouth Satellite Hardtop Coupe 325 hp, 383 cu. in. OHV V-8 engine, three-speed Torqueflite automatic transmission, independent front and rear semi-elliptical leaf spring suspension, and four-wheel drum brakes. Wheelbase: 116 in. It is incredibly rare to find a MoPar muscle car of the remarkable quality of that offered here, which truly checks all of the boxes in terms of provenance, preservation, and absolutely bulletproof documentation. Then again, that should all be no surprise in the case of this car, which spent almost all of its life in the tender loving care of the young man who bought it new, and who faithfully preserved it as a treasured possession for the rest of his life. Among the peerless paperwork is a copy of the Chrysler Production Record, confirming the car to have been built in Los Angeles and sold to Coast Chrysler-Plymouth of Manhattan Beach, California, on October 10, 1966. Typical of MoPars, the actual build date is reflected on the data plate as October 12th , 1966. It was finished in Bright Red with Silver lower body paint over white/black vinyl bucket seats, and equipped with the 383 cu. in. V-8 with four-barrel carburetor and dual exhaust, 3.23 rear axle, Torqueflite transmission, Transaudio AM radio, power steering, tinted windshield, center console, and the Light Package with courtesy light, glove box light, trunk light, and fender mounted turn signal indicators. On February 1, 1967, the Satellite was bought by its fortunate original owner, 23-year-old Michael J. “Mike” Dion of Inglewood, California. This car remained in Mr. Dion’s possession in southern California until his death 43 years later. Hardly the type to beat on his new muscle car, Mr. Dion was a meticulous owner, the sort that cars must dream of – maintaining virtually every scrap of paperwork on every service and maintenance detail over the years. He kept the original window sticker, reflecting all the above options as well as pinstriping, a remote mirror (noted on the data tag), and whitewall tires, and a final cost of $3,486.25. He also kept the original Chrysler Certicard stamped with his name and address, the owner’s manual, a warranty booklet, a pink slip dated 1974, and, beginning in 1973, remarkably detailed records of maintenance and upkeep. Every year between 1973 and 2008 is represented in a binder, with a list of the work performed that year, backed up by invoices for each work order! The evolving odometer reading and the amount of gasoline bought per year were also scrupulously recorded. Handwritten notes record the manufacturer and specification of virtually every part used on the car, down to the belts, oil filter, and spark plugs. It is clear that the car was never mistreated or modified in any way, and equally clear in this trove of documentation is that Mr. Dion adored his automobile and doted upon it like a favorite child. Mr. Dion passed away in 2010 and his Plymouth was sold the following year, shortly afterward finding its way into the care of its current, second private owner since new. He has continued to care for the car in the manner to which it is accustomed, installing a new water pump, universal joints, master cylinder, front wheel cylinders, and hoses, and a remanufactured power steering pump. Only the AM radio is currently not working. The seats were reupholstered before the current owner’s acquisition, while the paint was resprayed and the engine rebuilt in Mr. Dion’s ownership, some years ago. Other than these very sympathetic improvements, the Satellite remains a well-preserved, largely original example. As this car has never been subjected to wintry weather, it is completely rust free. The car is accompanied by the aforementioned, remarkable collection of documentation, as well as by two extra sets of wheels and tires, and a collection of spare parts. Noted by Galen Govier as one of six known extant Los Angeles-built 1967 Satellite hardtops with the four-barrel 383 V-8, this is a truly rare automobile, not only for its specification and as the definition of a “dry California car,” but for its absolutely superb presentation and beyond-reproach documentation and provenance. Its combination of outstanding attributes would be impossible to duplicate at any price, and its new owner is sure to feel the same rich pride of ownership that Mike Dion savored for 43 years and that its current owner has enjoyed for almost 10 years. $29,500 and it is located with me in Smithfield, RI. More photos at link: https://www.tomlaferriere.com/listings/1967-plymouth-satellite/
  16. For sale on Craigslist: 1961 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 4-Door Sedan in Gig Harbor, WA - $12,500 - Call Leslie: 253 225-55 seven eight On 10/13, Seller reduced the price to $12,000 On 10/19, Seller reduced the price to $11,000 On 10/28, Seller reduced the price to $10,000 On 11/3, Seller reduced the price to $9,000 On 11/7, Seller reduced the price to $8,000 On 11/25, Seller reduced the price to $7,500 Link to relisted ad: https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/cto/d/gig-harbor-beautiful-1961-oldsmobile-4/7224807234.html Seller's Description: 1961 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 4-Door Sedan condition: excellent cylinders: 8 cylinders odometer: 59118 paint color: white transmission: automatic This car has only had two owners, and the current owner has had it for 30 years. All original parts, body, paint, interior, with the exception of a new electric fuel pump, new battery, and the addition of seatbelts. Horseless Carriage Plates with no tabs required. Only 59,118 miles. Includes original owner's manual. Excellent condition. Make an appointment for a test drive. Must show proof of insurance and driver's license to test drive.
  17. For sale on Facebook: 1956 DeSoto Firedome Seville 2-Door Hardtop in Muncy, PA - $22,989 - Fairfield Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, 3360 Route 405 Highway, Muncey PA 17756-7741, ask for Logan in Sales: 570-468-1099 On Nov, Friday the 13th, Seller reduced price to $21,767 Link to Facebook ad: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1191741404553400/ Dealer's Link: https://www.fairfieldchryslerjeepdodge.com/used/Desoto/1956-Desoto-Seville.htm Seller's Description: 1956 DeSoto Firedome Seville 2-Door Hardtop VIN: 55298122 Stock: D101393A Odometer: 46,227 miles Exterior Color: Gray
  18. For sale on Ebay: 1959 DeSoto Fireflight Sportsman 2-Door Hardtop - Opening bid: $15,000 - Call seller: five4one-seven3zero-three77six Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/154219802983/1959-DeSoto-Fireflite Seller's Description: 1959 DeSoto Fireflight Sportsman 2-Door Hardtop Mileage: 88,000 Exterior Color: White Body Type: Coupe Interior Color: Red Title: Clean 1959 Desoto Fireflite Barn Find. This car was used at a car show then parked for 30 years in covered barn, see the sticker in the window. We replaced the fuel pump. oil pump, master cylinder, wheel cylinders, cleaned fuel tank, replaced carpet. tires. The car has surface rust in a few places, original paint, the chrome is in great shape except the rear bumper has a spot begin to bubble. Over all the car is is solid. Original interior, front seat has a seam splitting, needs mufflers. Headliner is in great shape, chrome inside is in great shape. Runs drives stops a great candidate for restoration. More pictures to come or contact us for more info. five4one-seven3zero-three77six. Last picture of car seeing day light after 30 years stored. On Nov-30-20, seller added the following information: Has power seat, it is the sportsman model. It will need carpet as it was not shipped in time. I did not replace tires as people asked what kind so I held off. I have pictures of the trunk, interior, and under carriage upon request.
  19. Car is in great shape but has been setting for a couple years in a climate controlled garage. Will answer any questions that you have.
  20. For Sale: 1927 Pierce-Arrow Model 80 - $25,000 - Annandale, NJ 1927 Pierce-Arrow Model 80 - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) 1927 Pierce-Arrow Model 80, 6 cylinder. 4100 Miles. Warehouse and garage kept. Runs but needs a new battery Contact: no phone listed Copy and paste in your email: 373e113fe07734afbc1f3ceaf9998af8@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this For Sale: 1927 Pierce-Arrow Model 80 sedan.
  21. For sale on Facebook: 1967 Cadillac Calais 4-Door Hardtop in Wood-Ridge, NJ - $4,995 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/387102352634552/?ref=category_feed&referral_code=undefined Seller's Description: 1967 Cadillac Calais 4-Door Hardtop Good condition Driven 78,000 miles Exterior color: Green · Interior color: Green 1967 Cadillac Calais / 4 Door / Pinecrest Green 2nd Owner / Garaged 25 Years / Original Parts / $4,995 OBO / Needs work to start, but in good condition
  22. For sale on Craigslist: 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV in Raleigh, NC - $11,000 - Call or text David: 919 271 88 seven nine Link: https://raleigh.craigslist.org/cto/d/raleigh-1972-lincoln-continental-mark-iv/7240373175.html Seller's Description: 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV condition: excellent VIN: 2Y89A833913 odometer: 94550 paint color: green title status: clean This is great running classic car from the 70's, and if you like the 70's you will love this car. I purchased this car from a classic car dealer in Minnesota in October, 2017. He bought it at auction and told me the car was from Arizona. It is a 100% original car. No rust or body work anywhere on the car. Original factory paint. Color is lime green, but it looks like light yellow. Original dark green leather interior, carpet and headliner. All glass is perfect. 94,400 miles . This car has a 460 cu in high compression engine with 4 barrel carb. It’s the year before horsepower reduction and large bumpers. Designed to run on leaded or unleaded gas. No catalytic converter. I did some mechanical work to put the car in 100% reliable running condition when I received it, including: Changed all fluids, oil, coolant, gas, brake fluid and differential Replaced gas tank Tune up, plugs, cap, rotor, wires and new electronic ignition Replaced radiator and power steering hoses and engine belts New stainless steel exhaust system Rebuilt the AC system. New electronic control box, heater valve, compressor, dryer, hoses, condenser and switched to R134A Freon. Blows ice cold. New tires Replaced water pump, front main engine seal, timing gears and chain, and sealed timing gear cover Replace parking light lenses Added electric fuel pump for easier cold starting
  23. For Sale: 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV - $12,500 - Corinth, MS 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV - cars & trucks - by owner -... (craigslist.org) Recently out of hibernation, here’s a true barn find! (only we knew what barn it was in for 30+ years!) This 1972 Lincoln Mark IV originally belonged to well renowned Dr. Welch (of Corinth) and was acquired by my late grandfather in ‘74 I think. It has the original 460 V-8/auto with 63,407 original miles. My grandfather got frustrated and parked it in the late 70’s or early 80’s. It’s what I’d consider driver-quality (not a show Queen), but overall it’s a really clean car. This is a running and drivable vehicle but will need some additional mechanical attention and tires before being truly road worthy. It has a new fuel tank, sending unit, and fuel pump. Needs: Tires, heat/AC work, radiator, transmission/oil pan seals, horn. I also have new extra set of wheels like pictured on the car, set of spokes, two original hubcaps, two original mirrors, and the original air cleaner lid. I couldn’t upload all pictures or the walk-around video, so please email for those. Asking $12,500 OBO. If you’re interested in looking or have questions, please email via the Craigslist link. Contact: no phone listed. Copy and paste in your email: 0d12ff3c5c8c3d998a4536d6147d13c3@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1972 Lincoln Continental Mark IV.
  24. For sale on Craigslist: 1964 Cadillac Coupe deVille in Austin, TX - $20,000 - No phone # provided. Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to: 207ea575510f3f4cb0c9c5b4f3a8fd05@sale.craigslist.org Link: https://austin.craigslist.org/cto/d/austin-1964-cadillac-coupe-deville/7240977942.html Seller's Description: 1964 Cadillac Coupe deVille condition: good VIN: 64J054888 odometer: 80591 title status: clean Cadillac Coupe DeVille - The car is all completely original throughout. It is 100% an original survivor 2 owner car. It has 80,591 original miles and looks great. The body is free of any previous body work. The original paint is numbers match Turino Turquoise and looks great. All of the original trim and chrome looks great as well. It rides on its original wheels/hubcaps with thin whitewall tires. The numbers matching 429 V8 under the hood starts up and runs well. It has a 2 speed hydramatic transmission that shifts well with no issues. It is a factory power window, power brake, power steering, and power seat all of which are working properly. It has been well maintained and maintenance records are available. The interior is all original as well and looks great, driver's seat fabric has been repaired but it is a match. It has been very well cared for since new and it shows. The seats, carpet, headliner are the original turquoise. Everywhere you look is exactly what you would see back in the 1964 showroom. The trunk of the car looks good and houses the spare. The car also comes with its original car invoice and original owners manuals. Engine No Unit#44X55273 Body#11048 Trans CD-43412
  25. For sale by Dealer: 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe deVille in Henderson, NV - $49,980 - Contact Atomic Motors Classic Cars, 704 W Sunset Rd, Ste B1, Henderson, NV 89011, Ask for: Bill Biler: Offfice: (702) 556-0888 Link: https://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/ctd/d/henderson-1949-cadillac-coupe-de-ville/7234401341.html Seller's Description: 1949 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe deVille Title status: clean Transmission: automatic 48,320 Original Miles Engine Description: V8 331 Ci Exterior Color: Fiesta Ivory Interior Color: Tan Vehicle Type: Coupe Stock Number: C0321 The first Cadillac “Coupe de Ville” was shown during the 1949 Autorama. The Series 62 Coupe de Ville was introduced in the late 1949 model year and it was amongst the first pillarless hardtop coupes ever produced. It is luxuriously trimmed with leather upholstery and chrome “bows” in the headliner to simulate the ribs of a convertible top. This Cadillac has spent its life in Livermore, San Ramon and Danville California areas and now Las Vegas. Rare opportunity to own an original example of this fabulous car. This vehicle is located at Atomic Motors Classic Car Sales and Restorations in Henderson, NV just 20 mins from the fabulous Las Vegas Strip. Come down and see us or call at 702-826-3811 or 702-556-0888. We are on-line at www.atomicmotors.net
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