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  1. Even though I have 2 boxes with different part #s the 2 parts inside are identical 10.00 each plus shipping mkolner14@hotmail.com 480 966 6683 www.arizonaparts.com
  2. NOS GM 1955 -57 Chevy Spot Light Mounts $100 Each For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  3. Appleton Spot Lights . $75 Each For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  4. Two excellent condition 2 door Blue trim panels for Cutlass/442
  5. 1946 Ford Front Signal Light Housing. $60 For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  6. Can anyone confirm that these fender skirts are for a 1970 Buick Riviera? Please correct me if I am wrong. Thanks.
  7. Very nice condition, die cast with no cracks and no pits to speak of; includes glass headlight covers, and all four headlights. $175 plus shipping from Texas
  8. Almost no pitting (you can find a couple if you look carefully), really nice condition, for a 1965 Chrysler New Yorker. Includes headlights, glass headlight covers, wire pigtails. $175 plus postage.
  9. Turtle Back Carburator 1948 Mercury. For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  10. 1946 Hood Chrome Emblem. For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  11. 1946 Ford Taillight Housing With Lens Lt and Rt. For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  12. 1942 -48 Ford Steering Wheel With Horn Ring $175 For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  13. 1942-48 Ford Outside Window Garnish. $75 For more information give me a call. 406-543-2591
  14. I have a collection of 74 "little pages" hot rod and custom car books from 1958-1960 available. All are original, and in excellent condition. I've owned them SINCE NEW, and always stored them well. Full of great memories, or the source of ideas for a current project of your own. These also make super display items on the front seat or open trunk of your car, while at a car show. These nifty magazines measure 5-1/4" wide by 7-7/8" high. The 74 individual issues cover titles like "Rod & Custom", "Car Craft", "Custom Rodder", "Car Speed and Style", "Custom Cars", "Customs Illustrated", Rodding & Re-styling", "Custom Craft", "Soup Up", and "Rods Illustrated". These vintage magazines are crammed full of great pictures and how-to articles covering customs and hot rods that guys were building back in the late 1950's. Wonderful advertisements for customizing and engine hop-up, too. Maybe you remember these are the smaller size of rod and custom book that we could carry in the back pocket of our jeans back in the day. Also, it was the perfect size to hide inside a school book, so the teacher wouldn't catch us reading our favorite custom car book in class. I'm selling this group of 74 little pages books as one group....for a total of $222, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking, and please be sure to message me here on the forum, if you have questions. John
  15. These are genuine NOS BUICK factory springs....NOT aftermarket. There's nothing like genuine NOS coil springs to enable your BUICK to sit right. This pair of front coil springs is BUICK part # 1324479. According to the parts book, these are correct fit and ride for 1939 BUICK, 40 series with sidemounts, and 1939 BUICK, 60 series without sidemounts. These springs have light surface rust from storage this past 80 years. When I purchased them many years ago, the paper BUICK part number tag was still wired to the coils. The tag deteriorated over the years, but the wire is still in place! According to an interchange manual I have, it's likely these NOS front coil springs also fit a number of BUICK 40 and 60 series cars from 1939 through 1947. HOWEVER, my BUICK factory parts book only specifies this part number as the original fit and ride for the '39 Special and Century, with and without sidemounts, as outlined in the first paragraph. The price for this PAIR of NOS BUICK factory front coil springs is $180, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking.
  16. These are genuine NOS BUICK factory springs....NOT aftermarket. There's nothing like genuine NOS coil springs to enable your BUICK to sit right. This pair of front coil springs is BUICK part # 1324479. According to the factory parts book, these are correct fit and ride for 1939 BUICK, 40 series with sidemounts, and 1939 BUICK, 60 series without sidemounts. These springs have light surface rust from storage this past 80 years. When I purchased them many years ago, the paper BUICK part number tag was still wired to the coils. The tag deteriorated over the years, but the wire is still in place! According to an interchange manual I have, it's likely these NOS front coil springs also fit a number of BUICK 40 and 60 series cars from 1939 through 1947. HOWEVER, my BUICK factory parts book only specifies this part number as the original fit and ride for the '39 Special and Century, with and without sidemounts, as outlined in the first paragraph. The price for this PAIR of NOS BUICK factory front coil springs is $180, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking.
  17. NOS ring sets for 1932-1948 Ford V8 and 6, 3 ring type $25, 4 ring type $35, must state year and bore size.
  18. Good Stromberg 97 carburetor for rebuilding. All parts move freely, no cracks or stripped threads. $110
  19. 3 Original headlights. Photos show condition. Lenses are original as are the sockets and reflectors. One is just the outer shell. $95 for all 3.
  20. Good original Model B distributor, turns smoothly, no cracks or stripped threads. $50
  21. update: these have been sold. The part number on package is no longer legible but pretty sure its 981085. I was told years ago that the door guards for 66 were a little different than 67-70. There is a set on ebay for $130. I will sell these for $80 plus shipping if anyone is interested.
  22. This is an excellent condition example of the 1962 and newer BUICK accessory sun visor mirror. As you likely know, this mirror clips onto the passenger visor. It has that nifty slogan, "BUICK is a Beauty Too" etched into the glass. My wife laughs every time she pulls the visor down, when she sees that wording. This is an extremely nice example of this mirror. It measures 10" by 3-1/2". This mirror has an excellent condition reflective area. No discoloration, or little black specks. Please disregard the blue shape in the upper right corner, that's just a reflection from the blue background paper. The mirror glass portion (the reflective area) is good enough to pass for NOS.....and I don't say that in a "BS" manner. The back of the mirror (not seen, when installed) has perhaps one small paint scratch on it, and the gray paint on the two attaching clips isn't perfect. But, I can't think of anything else to mention. The price is $50, plus the shipping. Thanks for taking the time to look. John
  23. This is an excellent condition example of the 1962 and newer BUICK accessory sun visor mirror. As you likely know, this mirror clips onto the passenger visor. It has that nifty slogan, "BUICK is a Beauty Too" etched into the glass. My wife laughs every time she pulls the visor down, when she sees that wording. This is an extremely nice example of this mirror. It measures 10" by 3-1/2". This mirror has an excellent condition reflective area. No discoloration, or little black specks. Please disregard the blue shape in the upper right corner, that's just a reflection from the blue background paper. The mirror glass portion (the reflective area) is good enough to pass for NOS.....and I don't say that in a "BS" manner. The back of the mirror (not seen, when installed) has perhaps one small paint scratch on it, and the gray paint on the two attaching clips isn't perfect. But, I can't think of anything else to mention. The price is $50, plus the shipping. Thanks for taking the time to look. John
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