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  1. There's a junkyard in northern Minnesota that has run a Craigslist ad trying to get rid of several Nashes that the owners tired of looking at. He's planning on crushing them soon. I noticed a couple of interesting Chrysler products in the background while looking at the pictures of the Nashes. I'm not saying that they are about to be crushed. I'm just pointing them out if someone needed parts off of them. Nash’s to be crushed - auto parts - by owner - vehicle automotive sale (craigslist.org)
  2. Up for sale are 5 extra nice wood wheels. The fact that paint/pin striping are still on them speaks of their condition. no sign of Rot. Only one wheel is shown. I can attached the others to a interested party. $500. for the set of 5. Stay Safe. Don in central Ohio 740-816-4284
  3. Up for sale are 5 extra nice 17" wood wheels. The fact that the paint/pin striping are still on the wheels speak of their condition. No sign of Rot. Only one wheel is shown. I can attach the others to a interested party. $500. for the set of 5. Stay Safe. Don in central Ohio 740-816-4284
  4. 973202 PARK LAMP LENS RETAINER 20.00 974683 ammeter 30.00 974684 heat gauge 45.00 one has the gold slightly corroded 20.00 974685 fuel gauge 30.00 975488 R tail lens 25.00 (have 3) 975489 L Tail lens 25.00 (have 2) these 2 may possibly also fit other years: 996378 rear main seal pkg 7.00 972801 steering post bracket (have 2) part is used 10.00 I have other parts that fit 1940-48 vehicles some of which are used on the 1942 models send me a message for more info
  5. This has no dents or cracks that I could see and works well (pumps air). $55
  6. https://www.instagram.com/p/CNv1RgEg4I_/?igshid=1rpoh3pn6rzuz Passing this ad on from Instagram for the Widow of the owner of this car project. Will make a nice custom. This is all I know from talking to the owner and these are all the pictures that I have please contact the owner via Instagram please.
  7. Here's a new-in-box, vintage u-joint that fits 1939 BUICK, 40 and 60 series. High quality, made in U.S.A. back in the day. All new attaching bolts (eight included, one was in the bathroom, when I took the photo) and four bolt locks. This is an odd one, which only fits '39 Special and Century. The price is $60, plus the shipping.
  8. This is a 1936 BUICK clock delete plate. It is in exceptional condition. Excellent BUICK 8 emblem, chrome surround, glass, and original black paint on the rear. Obviously, removed from a very nice car many years ago. The price is $50, plus the shipping.
  9. This is a 1936 BUICK clock delete plate. It is in exceptional condition. Excellent BUICK 8 emblem, chrome surround, glass, and original black paint on the rear. Obviously, removed from a very nice car many years ago. The price is $50, plus the shipping.
  10. Here's a new-in-box, vintage u-joint that fits 1939 BUICK, 40 and 60 series. High quality, made in U.S.A. back in the day. All new attaching bolts (eight included, one was in the bathroom, when I took the photo) and four bolt locks. This is an odd one, which only fits '39 Special and Century. The price is $60, plus the shipping.
  11. No need to have your 1939 BUICK temperature gauge repaired or cosmetically restored. Here is an NOS '39 BUICK temp gauge, still in the original packaging. Complete, as shown, with bulb and square nut. Fits all series. The price is $150, plus the shipping.
  12. Wouldn't this Kleer View fluid bottle would look super under the hood of an original condition BUICK? I believe the vintage of the bottle is later 1950's to early 1960's. The date code cast into the bottle is a "9". This Kleer View Windshield Washer bottle has its original multi-color BUICK Kleer View label, and a nice, original cap. No chips or cracks in the bottle. The price is $55, plus the shipping
  13. This is that pesky 1939 BUICK u-Joint and yoke found towards the middle of the torque tube. This NOS genuine BUICK part fits all '39 Special's and Century's. It is BUICK part # 1309468. This unit includes BOTH the u-joint, and the splined yoke. Having the new spined yoke further tightens the coupling with the two-piece driveshaft, which is good, since you're in there working anyway. The price for the complete unit, including the NOS u-joint and yoke, is $90, plus the shipping.
  14. This is that pesky 1939 BUICK u-Joint and yoke found towards the middle of the torque tube. This NOS genuine BUICK part fits all '39 Special's and Century's. It is BUICK part # 1309468. This unit includes BOTH the u-joint, and the splined yoke. Having the new spined yoke further tightens the coupling with the two-piece driveshaft, which is good, since you're in there working anyway. The price for the complete unit, including the NOS u-joint and yoke, is $90, plus the shipping.
  15. This is an NOS 1939 BUICK part that doesn't come up for sale all that frequently any more. And, when a guy needs one....he needs one. Believe me, I know this from personal experience! This never-used, genuine BUICK torque ball fits 1939 Special and Century, all models. It is BUICK part # 1308308. No issues, and ready to install. The price is $295, plus the shipping.
  16. This is an NOS 1939 BUICK part that doesn't come up for sale all that frequently any more. And, when a guy needs one....he needs one. Believe me, I know this from personal experience! This never-used, genuine BUICK torque ball fits 1939 Special and Century, all models. It is BUICK part # 1308308. No issues, and ready to install. The price is $295, plus the shipping.
  17. I'm selling these two AC oil filter elements as ONE LOT. These genuine AC P112 oil filter elements fit the AC accessory oil filter canister found on many 1930 to 1947 BUICK straight eight engines. I believe the AC oil filter canister is the "L1" model. It's the taller, skinnier one. These original AC P-112 oil filter elements measure 5-1/2" high, and are 3-15/16" in diameter. Gaskets for the canister lid are included. The price for the PAIR of AC oil filter elements is $30, plus the shipping.
  18. If you don't have one of these on your BUICK straight 8 engine, it's going to get mighty hot inside your car this summer. This vintage valve in seen on many straight 8 BUICK engines. It was added to a lot of 1930's, 1940's and early 1950's BUICK's back in the day. This valve controls the hot water going from your engine to the car's heater. You leave it open in the fall, winter, and spring, and then close it for summer driving. You simply unscrew the engine hose nipple from the heater hose feeding the heater, replace with this valve, and then re-attach the heater hose to the output side of the valve. Solid brass, vintage made in U.S.A. quality. Never Used. The price is $25, plus the shipping.
  19. If you don't have one of these on your BUICK straight 8 engine, it's going to get mighty hot inside your car this summer. This vintage valve in seen on many straight 8 BUICK engines. It was added to a lot of 1930's, 1940's and early 1950's BUICK's back in the day. This valve controls the hot water going from your engine to the car's heater. You leave it open in the fall, winter, and spring, and then close it for summer driving. You simply unscrew the engine hose nipple from the heater hose feeding the heater, replace with this valve, and then re-attach the heater hose to the output side of the valve. Solid brass, vintage made in U.S.A. quality. Never Used. The price is $25, plus the shipping.
  20. For 1939 BUICK, all series, and 1940 BUICK, series 40, 60, 80 and 90. This is a top quality aftermarket trunk handle, with keys, manufactured in the 1940's and early-1950's for replacement use. Definitely has made in U.S.A. quality from back in the day. Never used, and obviously never installed on a car. Excellent chrome that equals original BUICK factory chrome. Comes with the lock cylinder and two keys. Works smoothly. No issues. NOTE: There are no pits and no waves in the handle. Anything you might see is simply a reflection from objects and lights in the room. Note: I have three of these BUICK replacement trunk handles. One has an overall length of 4", while the others have an overall length of 4-1/4". I'll definitely want to make sure the buyer gets the length they need. So, we'll likely wind up talking on the phone to compare notes. The price is $85, plus shipping.
  21. For 1939 BUICK, all series, and 1940 BUICK, series 40, 60, 80 and 90. This is a top quality aftermarket trunk handle, with keys, manufactured in the 1940's and early-1950's for replacement use. Definitely has made in U.S.A. quality from back in the day. There may be a very minor mark on the lock cylinder from trying the keys, but this handle was obviously never installed on a car. Excellent chrome that equals or comes very close to the original BUICK factory chrome. Comes with the lock cylinder and two keys. Works smoothly. No issues. NOTE: There are no pits and no waves in the handle. Anything you might see is simply a reflection from objects and lights in the room. Note: I have three of these BUICK replacement trunk handles. One has an overall length of 4", while the others have an overall length of 4-1/4". I'll definitely want to make sure the buyer gets the length they need. So, we'll likely wind up talking on the phone to compare notes. The price is $85, plus shipping.
  22. I have a quart of 1939 and 1940 BUICK Gray engine enamel from Bill Hirsch for sale. Many guys feel his engine paints have been the "standard" for quality for many years. I've always had good luck with them. This quart has NEVER BEEN OPENED. I bought I bought two quarts for a project, and then wound up not needing this one. I’ve priced this quart substantially lower than what it would sell for on the Hirsch website or elsewhere. Here's a quote from the Hirsch website: Hirsch Automotive Engine Paints are the highest quality, hi-temperature rated, hi-gloss engine enamels available. Over 50% of high-point-scoring cars shown at leading car shows all over the world have Bill Hirsch Engine Enamel on their engines. Gives you a “factory look finish”. The best available— This engine enamel can be sprayed or brushed. It comes with a product sheet from Hirsch. The current price for this BUICK engine enamel on the Hirsch website is $39 a quart, plus shipping. I've priced this quart of Hirsch 1939-1940 BUICK gray engine enamel at just $25. Shipping is additional. Please note: One quart of this high-solids engine enamel ships at three pounds of weight or so. At today's USPS and FedEx Ground costs, be prepared for a shipping amount of $16 to $18, depending on your location. If you happen to live in one of the Midwestern states served by SPEE-DEE Delivery Service, I can ship to you for around $11. I can supply you with an exact shipping cost, when you inquire.
  23. I have a quart of 1939 and 1940 BUICK Gray engine enamel from Bill Hirsch for sale. Many guys feel his engine paints have been the "standard" for quality for many years. I've always had good luck with them. This quart has NEVER BEEN OPENED. I bought I bought two quarts for a project, and then wound up not needing this one. I’ve priced this quart substantially lower than what it would sell for on the Hirsch website or elsewhere. Here's a quote from the Hirsch website: Hirsch Automotive Engine Paints are the highest quality, hi-temperature rated, hi-gloss engine enamels available. Over 50% of high-point-scoring cars shown at leading car shows all over the world have Bill Hirsch Engine Enamel on their engines. Gives you a “factory look finish”. The best available— This engine enamel can be sprayed or brushed. It comes with a product sheet from Hirsch. The current price for this BUICK engine enamel on the Hirsch website is $39 a quart, plus shipping. I've priced this quart of Hirsch 1939-1940 BUICK gray engine enamel at just $25. Shipping is additional. Please note: One quart of this high-solids engine enamel ships at three pounds of weight or so. At today's USPS and FedEx Ground costs, be prepared for a shipping amount of $16 to $18, depending on your location. If you happen to live in one of the Midwestern states served by SPEE-DEE Delivery Service, I can ship to you for around $11. I can supply you with an exact shipping cost, when you inquire.
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