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  1. 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.
  2. 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!
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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
  7. *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!
  8. 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.
  9. 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
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Very clean Suburban. 78000 miles https://tucson.craigslist.org/cto/d/tucson-1989-chevy-suburban/7217282522.html
  13. 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.
  14. https://www.ebay.com/itm/324332494152 Another old Buick to consider
  15. For Sale on Craigslist: 1981 Cadillac Sedan Deville in Hazleton, PA - $5,500 - Call or text John: 570 436 22 three four Link: https://harrisburg.craigslist.org/cto/d/hazleton-1981-cadillac-deville/7196237627.html Seller's Description: 1981 Cadillac Sedan Deville Clean title V8 fuel injected with 83,600 miles. Color is what I believe to be Ivory white, has white leather and white vinyl top. Car runs and drives amazing. Great daily driver or Sunday cruiser. 2 downfalls of the car, I never got the ac to work and the gas gauge hasn’t worked since I had it. I just been enjoying it over the summer. Theirs no rips in the leather underneath is solid, inspected until the end of the year. No reason for selling im adding on to my house I do not have to sell at all but it does take up a lot of space, would love to see someone else enjoy it as much as I have, I put a vintage licenses plate on it from the movie The Irishman, the same car was in it, I am Asking $5500 firm call / text 5704362234
  16. Nice looking Buick Electra 225 https://phoenix.craigslist.org/nph/cto/d/scottsdale-1964-buick-electra-225/7215932774.html 1964 Buick Electra 225 4 door hardtop- This Buick had been sitting in a shed in Southern California since the early 1990's. One family owned car that was purchased new in Santa Ana California and never left it has only 33,000 original miles and is all original. It has the 401 nail head V8 with Turbine 400 automatic transmission, power brakes, steering, windows, seat, antenna, factory air conditioning, signal seeking radio and tilt wheel. Super straight with original paint and no notable rust other than surface. The upper surfaces of the paint are pock marked from condensation dripping from the roof of the shed it was in and need to be resprayed. The cloth on the head liner has also deteriorated from years of sitting and the head liner board and bows need to be recovered. Trunk looks great and has original mat and original spare tires. All mechanicals have been addressed and car drives like it should with the low miles it has. $9500 Wayne @ (602) 881-0671 I can forward over 100 pictures including underside on lift.
  17. $18,980 www.DrukAutoSales.com 763-355-5511 This is a very unique car that is truly amazing to look at. If you want to have a custom show champion car, this is the one for you! 1965 Pontiac Grand Prix ''Big Chief''. Truly one of a kind and a exotic head turner. Custom built by Dick Krieger back in the 1970's, this is sure to grab the attention of anyone. It took 3.5 years to complete and 15 months of that was just on the interior alone. There is a tone of chrome and metal flake in the paint on this beauty than anything else you ever seen before. Done with a Native America theme inside and out, top and bottom. Even the underside of this car is completely done. Custom paint work and chrome to impress anyone. The interior is a customer velour with very impressive details throughout, including Chicago Blackhawks decals on each of the door panels. The trunk has a hidden ''village'' and again very detailed. Under the hood there is believe to be 421 Cu In. V8 with Tri Power, but the numbers have been all chromed over and looks amazing! The chrome on the bumpers, door handles, ect are engraved with Indian head dresses and other scenery that are very impressive. Truly a car that would be almost an automatic win at car shows when it shows up. This is something that you must see in person! FaceTime walk around are available! PLEASE CALL US AT : 763-355-5511 www.DrukAutoSales.com ** GET A LOAN APPLICATION 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
  18. For Sale: 1940 Mercury Eight Convertible Sedan very rare - $17,500 - Lebanon, MO https://springfield.craigslist.org/cto/d/lebanon-1940-mercury-eight-convertible/7215943047.html four door convertible, Miles 48355, 59AB V8, classic car. Sells in Sexton Auctioneers Oct 30th Equipment Auction. Contact: Tyler Sexton (417) 372-0124, Go to www.sextonauctioneers.com for more info. I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual auction sale of this 1940 Mercury Eight Convertible Sedan.
  19. For Sale: 1935 Buick sedan - $12,000 - Mount Horeb, WI https://madison.craigslist.org/cto/d/mount-horeb-1935-buick/7215766154.html 1935 Buick sedan, Straight Eight 3-Speed on the Floor, Complete Original Survivor, 25,000 Miles - 2-Car Owner with Original Title, Has been in storage approximately 10 years. I was told it was parked because clutch was slipping in 2nd and 3rd gears. - $12,000 Contact: Call Tom - (608)-5-two-3-four-7-0-two Copy and paste in your email: 10d80e7b6f5b329680a662b33a7e4797@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1935 Buick sedan.
  20. https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/805163967/overview/?aff=atempest&cmp=atempest&utm_source=AutoTempest&utm_medium=TRP&utm_campaign=atempest Another 1919.
  21. https://www.ebay.com/itm/124369330836 Saw this in my search today. Looks nice to my novice eyes. The experts do much better at saying yes or otherwise - Buick 1919 H-45 touring. Offering For Sale this great vehicle, can no longer give it the attention it deserves. An older restoration that still shows well, and retains its original leather interior, in serviceable condition. The car starts, runs, drives, and stops as it should. It has been driven on several Glidden tours in past years, and is exercised regularly. It has a fresh professional rebuild of the electrical power plant. Included in sale is a complete spare motor, transmission, tires, parts, and manuals. The car is located in western Pa, with a clear Pa title. Buyer is responsible for all shipping costs, and arrangements. vehicle sold as is.
  22. I'm starting this ongoing thread to allow you to alert any prospective buyers to Reattas for sale on Craigslist. These are ads that a person might not otherwise find. This thread could also be used to ask other forum members questions about Reattas that might be available in areas they don't have access to that are listed on Craigslist. The title of your post should include a short description, the model year of the car, and the location of the car. Don't forget to include a link to the Craigslist ad in your post. You're not responsible for anything other than letting others know what's out there. It's up to them to make contact and get details. Posting an ad for a Reatta on Craigslist is pretty easy. Find a Reatta on Craigslist that you think is interesting. Then while viewing the Craigslist ad, right-click on the address bar at the top of your web browser and copy the link. Reply to this thread and type in a descriptive title for the Craigslist ad. Paste the link to the Craigslist ad you copied below the title of the ad. After that you can add details about the ad if you like or even a photo. Give it a try you can't hurt anything. If it doesn't turn out the way you want it can be deleted and you can do it again. Have fun! Only ads for Reattas and Reatta related items found on Craigslist should be posted in this thread.
  23. For Sale: 1960 STUDEBAKER LARK two door sedan - $5,500 - Farmington Hills, MI https://detroit.craigslist.org/okl/cto/d/livonia-1960-studebaker-lark-2-dr/7211541128.html 1960 STUDEBAKER LARK, 2 DOOR, RUNS GREAT, V8,259CI ,115,000 MILES, 3 ON THE TREE WITH ODNO RUST, VERY CLEAN NICE INTERIOR, CUSTOM RADIO . will consider auto trades only Contact: (313)-8-zero-4-three-8-0-six Copy and paste in your email: efc15b0ba7863e4cbc708b4939b76409@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1960 STUDEBAKER LARK two door sedan.
  24. For Sale: 1963 Buick Electra 225 coupe - $10,500 - Hudsonville, MI https://grandrapids.craigslist.org/cto/d/hudsonville-1963-buick-electra/7214742748.html 1963 Buick Electra 225 coupe. Power steering and brakes. No power windows or seats. No AC. This is an original Michigan car unaltered from new. It has a new rear main seal, oil and transmission pan gaskets and new NOS exhaust, heater core and rebuilt carburetor. Runs and drives great even on long trips. Contact: Tim (616) 4-nine-8-nine-3-one-7 Copy and paste in your email: 657e6f3d637b3359bcbdc4d7e7cf1909@sale.craigslist.org I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1963 Buick Electra 225 coupe.
  25. It's not often I see a nice old Buick for sale right by me. This one is parked at a transmission shop for sale. I called the owner and talked to him and he seems like a really nice guy. The car is just parked there for advertisement since he lives right behind the shop, not work, although he says he had transmission and clutch repaired years ago. He bought it from his neighbor's wife after her husband passed away about 10 years ago. He said the cosmetic restoration was done by prior owner. He remembers it being green before the prior owner painted it. Being rainy I couldn't get a good look at everything, but it presented fairly well. It looks like all of the chrome had been done. Owner says it runs and drives well. He says he thinks there is bondo in it, but not sure of extent. I didn't see any obvious indication of cracking bondo or anything. He says it's always been garaged prior to sitting out there now, and it looks like it. He is asking $17k. I can inspect it and even test drive it if anyone is seriously interested. I'll probably stop and take a closer look anyway when it's not raining.
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