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  1. For sale on Facebook: 1958 Oldsmobile 88 4-Door Sedan in Philadelphia, PA - $6,000 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information. Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/782000196004508/1958-Oldsmobile-88 Seller's Description: 1958 Oldsmobile 88 4-Door Sedan Good condition Driven 43,610 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Black · Interior color: Black Good condition This Olds 88 four door sedan with its 371 CID Rocket 88 engine has been under our ownership and garage kept since January of 2000. As a retirement project, it was purchased to be an all-around enjoyable secondary “driver”, not an ornament. Being in 100% original condition, including in its original black lacquer paint, it was intended to be cosmetically restored with new paint, chrome, and drivers bench seat (the rear seat is immaculate). However due to failing eyesight, (Macular Degeneration) my father was forced to stop driving in 2009. At only 42K+ miles when purchased (have photocopy of the “Actual Mileage” Pennsylvania title) the car ran beautifully, and still does. Lead additive was always used in the gasoline by both us and the previous owner to protect the valve train. Shortly after purchase, the front-end running gear was rehabbed affording it excellent handling for a car of its vintage. The two larger projects were 1) replacement of the exhaust system with the correct spec parts, and 2) a full overhaul of the braking system from the power booster at the pedal, down to the brake pads. You will see in the pictures that the trunk is in original like-new condition. Even though the chrome on the outside of the car is very weak, any anodized aluminum parts are in beautiful condition (this year Olds had the classic anodized aluminum “music clef design” on the quarter panels of all models). The chrome inside the car is still very nice. Any pot metal chrome parts are in fair – good condition. The only real rust on the body are baseball sized areas at the bottom of both fenders; very minor metal repair needed for paint.
  2. For sale on Facebook: 1955 Chrysler Imperial 4-Door Sedan in Hialeah, FL - $7,500 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information. Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/267586381616608/1955-Chrysler-Imperial Seller's Description: 1955 Chrysler Imperial 4-Door Sedan Driven 49,700 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Green · Interior color: Green Completamente original, gran proyecto
  3. For Sale: 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood 9 passenger sedan - $8,500 - OKC, OK 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood Limo - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) I'm selling my 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood I'm asking $8700 obo. 98,000 miles. This car is in great condition and runs and drives like a Caddi. The interior is in excellent condition with no rips or tears. It has been kept inside - no major rust. AC and Heater work. Tires are in good condition with lots of life left. Overall this is a great ride, I hate to get rid of it I just do not have any room left for her. Contact: Collin TXT (405)-six-one-2-one-6-0-six Copy and paste in your email: 8ded8ddfc8b9341ab5a2310a2f2ef4d5@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1966 Cadillac Fleetwood 9 passenger sedan. Note: Cadillac 75 nine passenger sedans were generally used in funeral or livery operations. The original gray cloth seating has been covered with blue crushed velour and gray cloth slip covers on the fold-out seats. Either the original had worn or become soiled from use or was cover to protect it. Either way the current interior is serviceable and presentable but no factory original. The padded vinyl top was optional, 980 nine passenger sedans were built for 1966.
  4. For Sale: 1950 Packard Custom sedan - $13,500 - Estancia, NM 1950 Packard Custom - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive... (craigslist.org) 1950 Packard Custom with 356 straight 8 engine, Ultramatic transmission, engine runs strong, transmission shifts smoothly, very rust free, very straight, very nice chrome, fresh from 25 year storage, much work to get back up and running, brakes, gas tank more, interior needs work original but damage done by mice, easy restoration of an always garage kept original. Located in New Mexico. Contact: (505) 4-five-3-8-nine-8-two Copy and paste in your email: 6d043b428bd73d169eebab03da71d6c5@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1950 Packard Custom sedan. Note: The Custom was the top-of-the-line Packard for 1950, factory priced at $3,975, only 870 were built. The nine-main-bearing 356 straight eight is a marvelous high torque at low rpm engine. Replacement of the interior will be an expensive proposition, the Custom had one of four colors of woolen broadcloth, piped with a light tan broadcloth and matching carpets. But, if you're going to own one of the "Free-Flow-Styled" 22nd-23rd Series sedans, this is the choicest one.
  5. Tuesday this 69 was just pulled out of a 42 year hibernation in a local garage 2 blocks from my home. It will be sold 12:00 Saturday Feb. 20th, at Kennys Auction Route 11 north Chambersburg PA. The auctioneer had been listing it as having 1,380 original miles. Once I was able to open the hood I was able to confirm that it was + 100,000 miles. A May 1973 lube sticker indicated over 50,000 at that time. It is equipped with a posi rear end. It looked to me if it were washed and scrubbed up it would look great. No tears in the upholstery. No rust bubbles under vinyl top. I saw no body dents or scratches. Bumpers show expected tarnish to be polished out for nice driver effect. But the mechanics are anyones guess since it has not been on the road since 1979. They had to skate it out on the angled driveway since they had not yet found the ignition key. They did find the trunk key. They did find the title. If any one is interested.......
  6. For sale on Facebook: 1959 Cadillac Coupe deVille in St Paul, MN - $12,000 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information. Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/178986503674263/1959-Cadillac-Coupe-deVille Seller's Description: 1959 Cadillac Coupe deVille Driven 99,585 miles Exterior color: Black · Interior color: Beige This is my 1959 Cadillac Coupe Deville Condition: #4 (1-6 standard) -this is a southern car and as such, the body is very solid, and in good general condition, with the exception of only a slight little bit of surface rust (primarily on the hood), and a minor dent located roughly about 8 or 9 inches to the right of the driver side door (as shown in the photos).
  7. For sale on Craigslist: 1955 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday 4-Door Hardtop in Hialeah, FL - $10,500 - Call: 786 444 08 seven nine Link: https://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/cto/d/hialeah-oldsmobille/7277297692.html Seller's Description: 1955 Oldsmobile 88 Holiday 4-Door Hardtop condition: good cylinders: 8 cylinders transmission: automatic odometer: 88,000 paint color: green title status: clean Auto en excelentes condiciones no accidentes, no tiene oxido carroceria y vestidura en excelente estado, no arranca, no camina, todo funciona radio, luces, para mas detalles llamar al 786 444 08 seven nine
  8. For Sale: 1933 Studebaker Dictator sedan - $18,500 - Ruidoso, NM - Price Reduced to $14,500 February 2021, See Link Below. 1933 Studebaker Dictator - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) For sale 1933 Studebaker dictator, in the barn since 1969, nice interior, nice paint all glass is good, dual side mounts, have not tried start it. Will need tires and top. Clean title. Text or call ok Contact: (575) 9-one-0-7-two-9-9 Copy and paste in your email: 100eff5a5ec736538389a168f9838a5d@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1933 Studebaker Dictator sedan.
  9. For sale on Facebook: 1949 DeSoto Custom 2-Door Coupe in Terre Haute, IN - $8,000 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information. Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/117791680204321/1949-DeSoto Seller's Description: 1949 DeSoto Custom 2-Door Coupe Very good condition Driven 93,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Blue · Interior color: Brown 1949 DeSoto. New brakes, wheel cylinders, lines. Good clean vehicle.
  10. For sale on Craigslist: 1972 Cadillac Eldorado in Pasadena, CA - $4,500 - No phone # provided. Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to: 0afb89fbe5a135eeb6004d0f0c47ad46@sale.craigslist.org Link: https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sgv/cto/d/pasadena-1972-cadillac-eldorado-coupe/7278931411.html Seller's Description: 1972 Cadillac Eldorado odometer: 108,000 paint color: blue title status: clean A nice Eldorado coupe. I've had this about 5 years and sometimes used it as a daily driver just because it's fun to drive. Front end joints/bushings (a standard wear-out item in FWD Eldos) have been replaced. New drive shafts/CV joints. New fuel pump/lines, carb, new brakes/rotors. Paint & chrome are driver quality – there are a few imperfections, plus scratches in the right rear end side (see pics). THIS IS NOT A SHOW CAR, however I do take it to shows & people love it since these cars are underrepresented there - not to mention all the interest wherever I go with it. Still, it’s driver quality only. As you know, you'll see more imperfections in person than in pics, this car isn't isn't an exception. Interior is ok (blue leather), there is a rip on the driver's side on the bench and the driver's side arm rest has a crack. Headliner and back seats are excellent. Trunk liner is worn. No rust around the back window/vinyl top. At this price, you know that's rare. Known issues: If you fill the tank all the way full, it sometimes can overflow. The speedo cable has an occasional whine. A new one on eBay is about $20 Runs fine but could probably use a tune upPower steering, brakes, windows, power 6-way seat, locks, remote (mechanical) mirrors, tilt/tele steering, AC (not charged). Tires are almost like new. Clean title in my name. I know these cars very well, I've owned several classic Caddys & I follow the prices all the time. I know the haggard rust buckets for sale for 3k, even 4-5k. Do not offer me anything stupid. I'm not in a hurry to sell, I enjoy driving it. ..
  11. *SOLD* I never really thought much about these cars beyond my father once saying he might like to have one back when I was 13 years old, but it turns out they're really nice cars. Even though the Buicks were downsized, it still has that big American luxury car feel--it is by no means sporty. But the ride is incomparable and the slow-turning V8 generates the kind of easy torque that makes this Riv feel relaxed no matter what it's doing. Maybe it's because I just crossed my 50th birthday, but big American luxury feels great. This Riviera ragtop is a one-owner car with just 48,491 original miles. That one owner is a Buick dealer, now retired, who ordered the car new in 1983 for a customer. When it arrived, there was a small paint defect on the rear deck lid where ASC chopped off the top and blew-in some matching paint. The customer wasn't happy, so the dealer ordered another one and kept this one for himself. It's all original, including that minor defect that's still on the decklid. The original Firemist paint is in good condition, although like most of GM's Firemist paints of the era, it's showing some age in the form of texturing on the flat surfaces that see sunlight. I'm not sure I'd repaint it because it's original, but the guys who need shiny perfection aren't going to be satisfied. On the other hand, original paint means no issues underneath and the bumper fillers have been recently replaced, so that's one item you don't have to deal with. It looks like a well-kept 40-year-old car. The burgundy leather interior is beautifully preserved with minimal wear, even on the driver's seat. The Rivieras came loaded up, but this one has extras like a power passenger seat with recline, dual remote sport mirrors, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo. Everything works, including the ice cold A/C, the gauges are bright and crisp, and the dash pad hasn't been cooked by the sun. There's a white power convertible top that was replaced in 2012 and remains in excellent shape, and it stows itself under a matching burgundy boot. The trunk is surprisingly spacious and includes the original space-saver spare and jack assembly, neither of which have ever been used. The 307 cubic inch V8 was a $75 option in 1983 and it's a good upgrade over the wheezy 4.1 liter V6. No, it's not a muscle car motor, but it gives the Riviera the road manners to match its reputation. Topped by a 4-barrel carburetor, it starts easily and quickly, idles nicely, and generally goes about its business without calling any attention to itself. It has been maintained its entire life by Buick-trained mechanics using OEM parts from a Buick dealer's parts counter, so it runs right. The transmission shifts unobtrusively and offers a tall overdrive gear that makes these fantastic highway cruisers. The all-independent suspension is luxury car supple so you don't feel much of the road, but isn't that the point? It also has 4-wheel disc brakes that are surprisingly competent. Obviously this car has never seen winter weather and not even much rain, so it's extremely clean underneath aside from the usual grease on the front end and some seepage from the usual spots. New axle shafts were installed recently, along with a fresh set of correct whitewall radials. Documents include owner's manual and BOTH original window stickers (pre- and post-ASC). Nice car. Good history. Well maintained. Low mileage. Everything works. What else do you need? Not sure why these aren't worth more, but the price is a reasonable $17,900 and you've got a car that can be used regularly or shown in HPOF or even judged in the DPC. Regardless, you'll feel like the car should have cost a lot more than it does. Thanks for looking!
  12. For Sale: 1941 Dodge D19 Luxury Cruise Liner - $6,500 - Lapaz, IN Survivor 41 Dodge D19 Luxury Cruise Liner - cars & trucks - by owner... (craigslist.org) Survivor barn find! Special-interest collectible with recent appraisal. All systems and components are intact and functional. Vehicle is drivable. True survivor unit virtually untouched with all body and chassis components free from rust-out. Original owners manual and more items. AM Radio, Heater, original paint and interior. $6500. odometer: 73467 Contact: no phone listed. Copy and paste in your email: 386786ae22aa3fe6b77b36028c0d87e5@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1941 Dodge D19 Luxury Cruise Liner sedan.
  13. SOLD 1933 BUICK MODEL 96 VICTORIA COUPE SOLD Prior to 1933, the Buick Motorcar Company enjoyed a production output that surpassed Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth, Pontiac and the numerous other automobile makers of the era. In 1933, Buick attempted to also outsell the luxury car line and compete with Packard’s 136-inch wheelbase five-passenger coupe that sold for $2,440 and Cadillac’s comparable 134-inch wheelbase coupe. Buick produced this Model 96 five-passenger coupe with a longer wheelbase of 138-inches and a base price of only $1,785. This was the largest Victoria Coupe ever produced by Buick and weighed 4,520 pounds. But, when the buyers who could afford this price range were enticed to the more prestigious V-12s and V-16s of Packard, Pierce Arrow, and Lincoln, Buick discontinued the huge model after one year. Powered by a 345 cubic-inch straight eight engine with overhead valves and a bore and stroke of 3-5/16” and 5”, the Buick cruises at Interstate speeds. The car, with 25,000 miles, is original and mechanically unrestored. It was cosmetically reconditioned in 1989. The Duco laquer paint is original color and specs, and the upholstery is of the original wool mohair material. Dual horns were standard equipment for this model. Steel–spoked artillery wheels replaced the wood-spokes of earlier years. Original accessories, available at an extra charge, included the flying goddess hood ornament, dual side-mounted spare tires, dual outside mirrors with the Buick script and the rear folding luggage carrier. The only after-market accessories on the car are the pair of Trippe-Senior driving lights, an approved and rare Classic Car accessory. Buick produced only 557 Model 96 Victoria Coupes in 1933. Of these, only three others are known to survive today in unaltered condition. The current owners, life-long antique auto enthusiasts, searched diligently for more than a decade to find this particular car. History of the 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe owned by Lee and Cynthia Comer, Birmingham, Alabama When Lee and Cynthia Comer, of Birmingham, Alabama, purchased the 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe in 1998, from Irving Steele of Cashiers, North Carolina, they were informed of the following history of the car: The original owner of the 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe was Samuel T. Williamson of Newark, New Jersey, Co-founder and Editor of Newsweek Magazine. Mr. Williamson drove a Ford each day and only drove the Buick on trips to the Country Club to play golf or to the restaurant, owning the car for about nine years. After his death, the Buick was stored until his estate was auctioned by his surviving nieces and nephews. The Buick was purchased and placed in a museum where it remained for many years until the curator rotated the vehicles. It was then purchased in 1989 by an antique car restorer who painted the Buick with the original Maroon Dupont Duco lacquer paint and he also upholstered the interior with identical wool mohair cloth. Ownership of the Buick was passed to Dr. Claude L. Pressler, an oral surgeon of Canton, Ohio. During his ownership of about four years, Dr. Pressler replaced the 3-inch radiator core and the middle section of the exhaust manifold (three sections welded as one section). The radiator thermostat was replaced with a “racing restrictor” to reduce the water flow to the cooling system and he also added a ping-pong ball to the radiator bypass. There is a letter from “Doc” to Irving Steele describing the changes. He remembered that the car was restored professionally a couple of years before he bought it and didn’t recall that it was restored mechanically, only cosmetically. Irving Steele of Cashiers, North Carolina, purchased the car in 1995 and owned the car for less than three years. The car was placed in his fleet of antique automobiles with his professional mechanic maintaining them regularly. Mr. Steele drove the 600 mile Glidden Tour of 1997 and proclaimed the Vic a “ perfect driver” . The Buick was sold to Lee and Cynthia Comer of Birmingham, Alabama in 1998 , when Mr. Steele moved to be near his daughter in Switzerland, after his wife’s death. Since Lee and Cynthia Comer have owned the car, the mechanical fuel has been replaced, and the electric fuel pump that Claude Pressler installed has been replaced. Lee also added a connection to the firewall under the hood to connect battery charger conveniently. He also installed seat belts, front and rear, and added Senior Trippe lights. Paint is very good except for a scratch on right rear fender and on the inside of the side-mount covers, and a few small bubbles on the very bottom of left rear fender that have not changed since it was painted. Because the Buick was never driven in freezing weather and was stored in a heated garage, the absence of antifreeze was not a problem. Each year , or so, the radiator was refilled with distilled water and a solution to prevent rust and sludge . Lee drove the car occasionally to car meets - seats are very comfortable and spacious, and the car has a very soft ride. The car is very rare in that there are only a few survivors of this model. Details of 1933 Buick Model 96 Victoria Coupe: · Color- Maroon-Dupont Duco Lacquer with pin-striping · Steel spoke wire wheels painted red · 1933 Buick Flying Goddess hood ornament · Dual sidemounts with covers · Door mirrors (hinge mount) Buick · Two Senior Trippe lights · Dual horns · Dual tail lights · Parking lights on front fenders · Trunk rack with Buick Medallion · Mechanical Servo brakes · Original 344 cubic inch straight eight engine · Excellent wood · Excellent chrome · Correct silver/gray wool Mohair interior · Side and rear pull- down shades
  14. For sale on Facebook: 1953 Oldsmobile Super 88 Convertible in Canyon Lake, TX - $35,000 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information. Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/464291807902440/1953-Olds-Super-88 Seller's Description: 1953 Oldsmobile Super 88 Convertible Driven 79,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Yellow · Interior color: Green 2 owners Posting for a buddy, 1953 olds super 88 convertible, pretty much all original, top was replaced a few years ago, 303 V8 with hydro matic transmission, 79,000 original miles, found this car 30 years ago in a ladies garage and just don’t seem to have enough time to enjoy it anymore, $35,000 obo, serious only please, may consider interesting trades
  15. For sale on Craigslist: 1960 Mercury Montclair 4-Door Sedan in Lynden, WA - $9,500 - No phone # provided. Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to: 82256a7d7ba83cbb85e231957f026d10@sale.craigslist.org On 2/17, Seller reduced price to $7,200 Link: https://bellingham.craigslist.org/cto/d/lynden-1960-mercury-montclair/7272312662.html Seller's Description: 1960 Mercury Montclair 4-Door Sedan condition: good odometer: 73520 transmission: automatic paint color: white title status: clean Original 73.520 miles, $9,500 obo Purchased from a local collector. This car is a very good example of a survivor. I had a local shop replace the following systems that had become either non-functional or unsafe from long term indoor storage: 1. Fuel system: cleaned and lined fuel tank, replaced fuel sending unit, fuel lines, fuel filters Rebuilt duel diaphragm fuel pump, rebuilt carburetor 2. Ignition system: new spark plugs, wire, distributor cap & rotor, upgraded points/condenser to electronic module 3. Brakes: rebuilt brake booster and master cylinder, all new brake lines, wheels cylinders, and brake shoes 4. New water pump
  16. For Sale: 1959 Edsel Ranger sedan - $6,700 - Kirkland, WA 1959 Edsel - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive sale (craigslist.org) 1959 Edsel Ranger sedan. Runs great, transmission shifts well but will need some service. Minor body work needed as well. $6,700 Contact: no phone listed. Copy and paste in your email: 474de9d675cc3645a79b5599ab2ef2a1@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1959 Edsel Ranger sedan.
  17. For Sale: 1963 Rambler 770 2dr sedan, A/C, Overdrive, bucket seats - $13,500 - Jonesboro, GA Rambler 1963 - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle automotive sale (craigslist.org) This 1963 Rambler is in pretty good condition considering its 58 yrs old. It is red and has been repainted its original color. It is equipped with a 287 V8.It has a 3 speed twin stick overdrive transmission, power steering and FACTORY air condition (needs charging) also posi- traction NO RUST. Less than 60,000 miles 100% original bucket seat interior. Contact: no phone listed. Copy and paste in your email: 7c2d664102103486a2e858216ebd089b@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1963 Rambler 770 2dr sedan.
  18. For sale on Craigslist: 1961 Ford Country Squire Wagon in Clearwater, FL - $12,900 - Contact Chris: 727 460 68 six nine Link: https://tampa.craigslist.org/pnl/cto/d/clearwater-1961-ford-country-squire/7275024353.html Seller's Description: 1961 Ford Country Squire Wagon cylinders: 8 cylinders transmission: automatic odometer: 28,619 odometer rolled over paint color: black title status: clean 61 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE WAGON, RARE SURVIVOR, GOOD DRIVER QUALITY. RUNS WELL, 292 V8, AUTOMATIC. Come by at take a look, can be seen at 1928 Sherwood St. Clearwater, Fl. 33765
  19. For Sale: 1961 Chevrolet Corvair sedan - $6,000 - Macon, GA 1961 Chevrolet Corvair - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org) For sale: 1961 Chevrolet Corvair. The car is a great driver quality classic car. I just recently changed the brakes all the way around. I also recently replaced all rubber fuel lines in the engine compartment with custom bent steel lines. The car runs and drives great. It would make a great driver for someone. Feel free to ask any questions. Note: The car is sold without a title as GA state law does not require it for a car of this age. Sold with bill of sale only. I also would consider trading for a 1930s to 1940s vehicle of similar value that runs and drives. $6,000 obo. Contact: no phone listed. Copy and paste in your email: c737d3d7d17b3d1f8adc1293ce934b1a@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1961 Chevrolet Corvair sedan.
  20. Hydraulic Brake Power Booster - Vehicle Make and Year Unknown Mounting measures 4.5 inches $50 + $15 shipping. Or local pickup in Layton, NJ If you feel like you need to see more or I missed something of importance please let me know and I'll gladly take additional photos to help you make a more well informed decision.
  21. For sale is a 1949 Desoto custom s13. It is registered in my name with pink in hand. It has a Straight 6 with a Tip-Toe Hydraulic Shift Fluid drive transmission. The rear is lowered 4” and I also have 2” lowering coils. I also have two sets of hub caps with hardware. I bought a set of 4 tires with 3” custom white walls from Calli Tire & Wheel 2 installed and 2 uninstalled. I have a replacement right rear fender with center trim and front right inner well cover. I have seat belts that are installed in the rear and also have a set for the front seats too. I also have a steering wheel chrome trim and horn button. The horn does work but never got around to replacing the horn relay. Even has a new gas tank and sending unit. This project has a lot of potential. Shoot me an offer.
  22. For Sale: 1946 Ford 4Dr. Orig. 30,000 Miles - $12,500 - Dunlap, TN 1946 Ford 4Dr. Orig. 30,000 Miles - cars & trucks - by owner -... (craigslist.org) Very nice 1946 Ford V8 4Dr. Sedan with 30,000 original miles. Runs and drives like New. Original paint (worn) Very Nice Original Mohair interior. All original. Selling Off Collection (30`s Thru 60`s) For More Information. Contact: Call Clayton (423) two-4-0-9-two-4-one - Phone Calls Only (Text will be ignored) Flip Phone Copy and paste in your email: 5bffaad4c93631cf82abf44652691b9d@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1946 Ford 4Dr. Sedan Orig. 30,000 Mile.
  23. For sale on Craigslist: 1967 Chrysler 300 Convertible in Little Falls, NJ - $16,500 - No phone # provided. Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to: cd49f8d3fad83612b4199ff569918540@sale.craigslist.org Link: https://newjersey.craigslist.org/cto/d/little-falls-1967-chrysler-300/7255380775.html Seller's Description: 1967 Chrysler 300 Convertible VIN: 1CM27K73160975 condition: excellent odometer: 62000 paint color: blue transmission: automatic title status: clean Only 62K miles and in great condition. Vehicle has always been kept in the garaged and properly maintained. BRAND NEW Original Manufacture tires from Coker Tire. Recent Tune Up. Body Type: 2 Door Convertible. Crystal Blue original paint, has not lost its luster. Convertible Top. 440CU in 4BBL Engine. Torqueflite Transmission. Air Conditioner. Radio, Golden Tone AM. Power Breaks. Power Steering. Power Windows. Electric Clock. Tinted Glass. Undercoat. Very attractive colors. Body and bumpers excellent condition as well as all stainless and other chrome and emblems. Original interior in excellent condition. All door panels, carpet and working power top all perfect working order. Clean trunk with original spare and jacks. Dashboard with clear gauges. Drivetrain A V8 with 440 cubes pumps out 350hp and is fed by a single 4-barrel carburetor, sits in a clean but original engine bay. Transmission is a correct A727 Torqueflite 3-speed automatic. All looking good in the engine cosmetic department, which screams period correct! Undercarriage Clearcoat. Steel with some surface rusting, good floorpans, wheel wells, and all clear on the mechanical front are seen underneath. Torsion bar upfront, and leaf spring in the rear make up the suspension, and power drum brakes are all around. Drive-Ability Starts up is easy and driving is as smooth as expected for such a large vehicle.
  24. For sale on Facebook: 1960 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Holiday 2-Door Hardtop in Phoenix, AZ - $13.500 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/706374720246914/1960-Oldsmobile-Dynamic-88-2-Door Seller's Description: 1960 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Holiday 2-Door Hardtop 1 owner Driven 50,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Blue · Interior color: Blue Clean title This vehicle has no significant damage or problems ⚠️read ad please ⚠️1960 oldsmobile dynamic 88 2.door V.8 runs and drives great all original good condition in and out rust free Az car has fm/am/cd radio has A/C everything works like it should on it has lots of power rides very smooth great looking car very rear have clean title in hand I’m only asking $13.500 O.B.O must sell car is worth lots more then asking price to sell fast Serious buyers only no time wasters feel free to message me anytime.
  25. For sale on Craigslist: 1954 Dodge Royal Club Coupe in Portland, OR - $3,750 - Call John: 503.209.3992 Link: https://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/ctd/d/portland-1954-dodge-royal-club-coupe/7277528913.html Seller's Description: 1954 Dodge Royal Club Coupe condition: fair cylinders: 8 cylinders transmission: automatic odometer: 55,000 title status: clean We are selling a nice 1954 Dodge Royal Club Coupe. It has the original Red Ram 241 V8 Hemi engine that has not been fired for many years. We have some parts that go with the car. There is very little rust on this old beauty. This car needs restoration so a trailer or tow truck is the way she moves. John 503.209.3992
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