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  1. Some of you will be furious with me for blabbing about this, but the auction on Oct 24th will be an interesting auction for many. On the other hand, please don't pay any attention to the auction that will be held on Nov 14th (lol): https://www.vanderbrinkauctions.com/
  2. Up for auction at Classic Promenade.com from 10/14/2020 until 210/24/2020
  3. For sale on Facebook: 1955 Lincoln Capri 4-Door Sedan in Bryceville, FL - $8,500 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information. On 10/21, Seller reduced the price to $7,000. Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/396520737981377/ Seller's Description: 1955 Lincoln Capri 4-Door Sedan Condition: Used - Good Driven 66,780 miles Exterior color: Turquoise · Interior color: Off-white Very nice original car has power windows, power steering, power seat V8 automatic transmission and only has 66780; miles very nice original car so you can make me an offer of cash or cash and trade or call Ray. ..
  4. For sale on Craigslist: 1958 Buick Special Riviera 4-Door Hardtop in Spokane, WA - $16,600 - No phone # provided. Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to ddc0286560323566adb16f1fed6e74c9@sale.craigslist.org Link: https://spokane.craigslist.org/cto/d/spokane-buick-1958-special/7217992461.html Seller's Description: 1958 Buick Special Riviera 4-Door Hardtop condition: excellent odometer: 70000 paint color: black title status: clean One owner purchased new from Becker Buick. Original interior , new tires , 364 new engine 100% stock. Licensed for life . 70,000 +miles. Few minor repairs , original stock Hub caps. OBO.
  5. solid, good running car with amazing original interior $9500 menlo park,calif dualghia@hotmail.com
  6. Someone in Rothsay, MN is offering a '39 DeSoto for $375 on C/L. It looks like it may have a decent front end and grille, maybe more: https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/cto/d/rothsay-1939-desoto-suicide-rear-doors/7219965564.html
  7. This is a great parts car,as it is all complete. It has been sitting out in the San Diego sun for several years so there is a lot of rust. There is a Ca title to the car. The owner has passed away and his wife is selling his cars. This is the only Buick had. He was a Model T man. That add to follow soon. He was a long time member of the San Diego ACAA. $1850.00 o/b/o Call Tom at 760-four two nine 65 six five. If I don't answer please leave a message and I will call back. tmcilravy@cox.net
  8. https://omaha.craigslist.org/cto/d/omaha-1927-buick-country-club-coupe/7200804014.html I just can't purchase a pre war Buick in white. Maybe it's cream?
  9. Just listed for sale on Craigslist: 1966 Chrysler Imperial Crown Coupe in Tacoma, WA - $6,500 - No phone # provided. Reply to Seller through Craigslist email to de2025280dcf38849d050f45cc7075c4@sale.craigslist.org On 10/24, Seller reduced price to $4,500 Link: https://seattle.craigslist.org/tac/cto/d/tacoma-1966-chrysler-imperial-crown/7205344801.html Seller's Description: 1966 Chrysler Imperial Crown Coupe condition: good odometer: 152000 1966 Crown Coupe. I lost my storage and this car shouldn't stay outside this winter. This car was one of Nancy LeMay's cars. It has 152,000 miles on it. I think they did the typical LeMay thing; pulled the engine and did valves or rings or something. It runs well, but does have a lot of miles. It needs a garage and someone ready to restore it. It is a monster. Twenty feet long, 5,020 pounds, 23 gallon gas tank to feed a thirsty 440c.i. engine, (the first year for this motor.) It is in pretty good shape for a fifty-four year old car, but the electric windows will need some work, as will most of the rest of it pretty soon. I'm not being a doomsayer, I just wouldn't want anyone buying it, expecting to drive across the country tomorrow or anything. I'll tell you anything I know about the car. It is a wonderful car to drive - it's like rolling around in your living room. It holds six people in total comfort. It has three ashtrays with a lighter for each! Anyway. It's worth what I'm asking, so I am firm on price...
  10. For sale on Craigslist: 1966 Chrysler 300 Convertible in Kingman AZ - $16,000 - Call 928 757 34 nine four Link: https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/cto/d/kingman-1966-chrysler-300/7216325648.html Seller's Description: 1966 Chrysler 300 Convertible condition: excellent odometer: 89776 transmission: automatic 383 motor 4 barrel carburetor 727 transmission Motor and transmission rebuild at 80,000 miles Added cruise control New convertible top Runs and drives great Power steering and power brakes Very rare car with center console, only 2500 made $16000 or best offer, willing to trade 928 757 34 nine four
  11. For sale on Craigslist: 1977 Lincoln Mark V Jade Edition in Cheshire, CT - $14,000 - Text Mike 203 20 six - 663 two Link: https://newhaven.craigslist.org/cto/d/cheshire-1977-lincoln-mark-jade-edition/7213200121.html Seller's Description: 1977 Lincoln Mark V Jade Edition title status: clean 1977 Lincoln Mark V Jade edition 400ci v8. Has only 25,900 original miles on the car. Very clean car the back seat belts still have the plastic covering on them. Has been stored inside most of its life. Just don’t drive it enough and wanting to find it a new home. Asking 14,000 obo. If you have any questions or would like to see it just contact me.
  12. https://nmi.craigslist.org/cto/d/old-mission-1975-buick-le-sabre/7208239048.html You southern US folks - this is a classic Northern US late season shot. Personally, I love the color, that Bittersweet Orange from this era. Needs BRW. Price a bit steep for me.
  13. For sale on Craigslist: 1967 Cadillac Eldorado in Washougal, WA - $36,000 - Call or text Dave: 360 608 31 six zero On 10/24, the Seller reduced the price to $32,000 Link: https://portland.craigslist.org/clk/cto/d/camas-1967-cadillac-eldorado/7218230642.html Seller's Description: 1967 Cadillac Eldorado condition: excellent odometer: 68920 paint color: blue title status: clean 1967 Cadillac Eldorado Front Wheel drive, 429 cubic inch. Atlantis Blue Fire Mist. This color is difficult to find in early Eldorados, especially Ones with vinyl tops. There is a small paint chip by the right front wheel (no rust), but overall the paint is in very nice shape. The interior is in great original shape. Everything works on the car except the radio & the heater. The AC works fine. The breaks have recently been serviced, with a new booster, & master cylinder, & the front rotors turned. The receipts for this are available. This car is in great shape! Cash only, no lowball offers please!
  14. This Lincoln is very solid mechanically (I rebuilt the engine and went through the car mechanically). The car's serial number is 49600. The 147A seven-passenger sedan body was built by the Murray company. 1,023 were built in 1928 which was the last year they were made. I purchased the car in California from an ad in the AACA magazine and I believe the car spent all of its life in California prior to my acqusition. I know it was used in at least one movie: "The Kansas City Masacre." Numerous spares and literature come with this vehicle. Note damage to rear fenders shown in photos. Lincoln $18,000 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.
  15. For sale on Craigslist: 1957 Morris Minor 2-Door Sedan in Mill Creek, WA - $11,692 - Contact Jim: 425 25 nine 717 two Link: https://seattle.craigslist.org/sno/cto/d/bothell-1957-morris-minor/7218643937.html Seller's Description: 1957 Morris Minor 2-Door Sedan condition: like new cylinders: 4 cylinders transmission: manual title status: clean Beautifully restored by professional. new tires, new wiring harness, great brakes, transmission, rear end. Interior restored like new. This car runs like a dream. Fun to take to shows, parades, club outings, or just fun Sunday drives. Has a long life ahead. A must see for enthusiasts.
  16. https://saltlakecity.craigslist.org/cto/d/bountiful-1934-buick-273-project-car/7216593722.html GREAT PROJECT CAR! It’s a 273 model. Non-driver. Complete original parts included. Asking $7950 OBO... motivated seller. Texts preferred Note mine but you can call Mark or text - (385) 424-0282 I agree in it's rarity but the last time I looked at "projects", which admittedly was a few years ago, I wouldn't even look at anything over $4000 and in the $1000 to $3500 range I might have 40-50 choices nationwide. Now, with the Coronavirus and cars offered, it seems everyone is trying to get "max" and $8000 seems like a lot to me. Saw a 37 Buick Special project that looked nice, a nice complete project but the seller who had lost his job wanted $5500 or so - oh I'll just post it here - https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/cto/d/park-ridge-1937-buick-special-barn-find/7214610001.html 1937 Buick Special in storage since 1971.Complete, solid and all original.Many extra parts including additional engine, 4 tires, rims, gas tank, full pump...etc.Just purchase as a project car but lost job and unfortunately needs to go.$5,500 OBOCall me at 847.922.0996 But - I have posted "several" nice ready to go Pre war Buicks just today for no more than $18,000 asking that a good negotiator can likely get for $16,000 or so. And of course these "project" cars and even the nicer ones that may be negotiable down - we seldom know what they actually sell for, if they sell, and how long it takes to sell. I'm a suspicious sort and I always think these project car sellers like the 1936 Buick and this one are out to make money. Am I the only guy that simply wants to make back my investment or lose a little (sometimes a lot)? I'd go $3000 on the 1936 Buick because I love the body style and the original paint color. I'd go a bit less on this 37 Special.
  17. 1938 Buick Town Car Brewster Body Limousine - $54,900 (Portage) 1938 Buick Brewster Body Town Car Limousine Note! New Price $54,900!For those that love the elegance of a town car, the Brewster & Co. in Queens NY are one of the most iconic. A 1938 Buick custom bodied Brewster is the best of two worlds. The Buick in 1938 was well known for their overhead valve straight eight engines which were fast and dependable. Buick chassis were as solid and tight as they came in 1938. The historic, rich look of the Brewster body certainly made it distinctive arrival for any rich and famous owner.It is believed that this is one of the last Buick's to receive a Brewster body, attractively finished in a blue body with black fenders and hood. The rich and famous sit in one of the most comfortable seating arrangements you could imagine, lots of wood trim topped off by bud vases it is just a delight to see. As with all town cars the chauffeurs compartment is in black leather. There is some Art Deco trim. Mileage is unknown. Part of a private museum.This is a rare opportunity to have a classic car that you can take to a serious Concours you can be rest assured that it is not likely that you will see another Brewster bodied car. Many car collectors feel it is important to try and have cars that are not seen at other displays or museums. Certainly this car fits that bill, a truly distinguished classic that drives as well as it looks.Happy to answer any questions you have, call 574-323-1134
  18. *SOLD* Model As need no introduction nor extensive description, not around here. Right? This one was with the same owner since 1969 and at age 81, he completed its second restoration, which was about six years ago. It's beautifully done, not perfect, but extremely nice. I believe that's Kewanee Green, one of my favorites, and it looks dynamite with the Apple Green stripe and wheels. Just a pretty little car. No modifications or alterations from stock except turn signals that use the cowl lights up front and discreet LED lights in the bumpers out back. Oh, and seat belts front and rear. I think we're the first ones to fold the top, which, along with the interior, was supplied by the late Lebaron-Bonney. Engine is rebuilt and runs great--quick starts with just a single pull of the choke and easy cruising at 45 MPH. This A also has what might just be the best-shifting transmission I've ever experienced in a Model A Ford, and I've probably driven 200 of them. Double-clutching is almost unnecessary. So smooth and crisp. Brakes are mechanical and effective, and ride quality is, well, like a Model A. It also comes with a bunch of books, receipts, and spare parts. Just a beautiful little Model A, properly restored, dialed-in for touring, and wonderful to drive. No issues, no stories, no excuses, ready to go. Price is $24,900. Thanks for looking!
  19. For Sale: 1949 Packard Eight Deluxe - $16,950 - Desert Hot Springs, CA https://palmsprings.craigslist.org/cto/d/desert-hot-springs-1949-packard-8/7207976163.html 1949 Packard Eight Deluxe. 35,000 original miles. Interior original except for carpet. New paint and chrome. 288 ci straight 8 with 3 speed and OD transmission. Runs well and can travel at highway speeds. Beautiful and unique car. Turns heads everywhere it goes. Contact: Clay (951) 6-six-2-six-9-seven-3 Copy and paste in your email: 2e99f7e790023802976315d4c4a25381@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1949 Packard Eight Deluxe sedan.
  20. For Sale on Craigslist: 1958 Edsel Pacer 4-Door Hardtop in Stroudsburg, PA - $6,800 - Contact Mike: 570 856 14 three five Link: https://poconos.craigslist.org/cto/d/bartonsville-1958-edsel-pacer/7208182508.html Seller's Description: 1958 Edsel Pacer 4-Door Hardtop condition: good 1 owner Everything original Original Edsel Dealer sticker Original keys with Dealer key holder Solid and Stunning Classic Nice original paint Paint Code Fhh Powder Blue/Royal Blue Excellent chrome Original E400 V-8 engine Push Button Auto P.S./P.B. Padded dash Am radio Factory tachometer Power antenna Dual mirrors 88,369 Original miles 43 year storage New rocker panels Won’t last $6,800. OBO 570-856-1435
  21. For Sale: 1958 Packard sedan - $5,500 - Rocheport, MO - Project https://columbiamo.craigslist.org/cto/d/rocheport-barn-find-packard/7213174476.html For your consideration is a 1958 PACKARD 4 door sedan......a true barn find in excellent condition considering its age. This was the last year for the PACKARD name badge. It is model #58L-Y8 and only 1200 were produced. Serial number of this car is 58L-7912; the last Packard produced was S/N 58L-8134 meaning on 222 cars separate this car from the last car produced; this car may be the representative car of the last Packard ever produced. The only dent is in the rear bumper; see photos. All trim is excellent. Hubcaps still have the red Packard hexagon in the center. Restored, this car would be a real eye catcher; as many shows as I've attended I've never seen one. This car can be restored or resto-modded and your investment will be minimal considering the condition of the body. Comes with freshened Studebaker 289 engine and 3 speed automatic transmission (both outside the car). This is an air conditioned car but it would need to be repaired/replaced. The original hounds tooth decor remains in the trunk. I am the third owner of this car with 56000 actual miles. Contact: Joe (573) 4-8-nine-7-nine-8-six Copy and paste in your email: 38426290ec00326c85ea12171fa86785@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1958 Packard sedan project.
  22. For Sale: 1961 Dodge Lancer 770 4D Sedan - $5,000 - North Vernon, IN https://indianapolis.craigslist.org/cto/d/north-vernon-1961-dodge-lancer-770-4d/7214914339.html 1961 Dodge Lancer 770 Sedan. 91,339 original miles with original owners manual, maintenance record and warranty certificate. Car has changed owners three times but has always been locally owned since purchased new. (Two changes were estate sales) Interior is good, body and drive train in good working order. Brakes and tires good. Needs very little for full restoration. Slant 6 engine has new carburetor, timing chain/gears, plugs, distributor cap and rotor button, ignition points, and fuel pump. Starts up and runs good and doesn't smoke. Has automatic transmission with push button gear selection. Asking $5000 or best offer. Contact: Scott (812) 5-two-5-7-five-six-3 Copy and paste in your email: 824f307cbd0f35faa803c3a122e51cf0@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1961 Dodge Lancer 770 4D Sedan.
  23. Very clean Suburban. 78000 miles https://tucson.craigslist.org/cto/d/tucson-1989-chevy-suburban/7217282522.html
  24. If you like convertibles that aren't the usual red, white, or black, here is one (not mine) that you might at least enjoy seeing: A 1973 Cadillac Eldorado convertible in metallic tan with a reported 11,600 actual miles. Available on Ebay, it appears to be in excellent condition with minor imperfections. Buy it now for $22,000, or make offer. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1973-Cadillac-Eldorado/284043602746?hash=item4222516b3a:g:ZrcAAOSwcNJfhPNL&vxp=mtr I did not see a phone number in the listing.
  25. https://www.ebay.com/itm/324332494152 Another old Buick to consider
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