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  1. I AM RELISTING THE CAR ON EBAY WITH A NEW PRICE LET ME KNOW IF YOU'RE INTERESTED. TEXT ME IF YOU WANT ADDITIONAL PICTURES OSCAR...5599075062 IF ANYONE HERE IS INTERESTED. WE'LL WORK OUT A PRICE. I'D RATHER SELL IT TO A MEMBER. 1951 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Series 72 | eBay
  2. I again find myself trying to sell my buick. Everytime i do i drop the price. Well heres the link for the auction on ebay, if you would like to buy it out of ebay please let me know before someone bids! Thanks much! http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=170999806556&index=6&nav=SEARCH&nid=98360295988
  3. This car is mine. Let me know if you want additional info or pics. 5599075062...MY NAME IS OSCAR. ITS ON EBAY FOR 5 MORE DAYS. Car is out of Fresno, ca. 1951 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Series 72 | eBay
  4. Stylish Buick luxury model for sale. Model 71C. 141 bhp, 320 cu. in. inline eight-cylinder engine, three-speed manual transmission, independent front suspension with coil springs, semi-floating rear axle with coil springs, and four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 126 inches. Many factors contributed to Buick's success in the early 1940s primarily due to an expanding model line, Buick's quality, prestige and a powerful eight-cylinder engine. For Sale at $115,00.00 For more information please go to http://buickconvertiblecars.com Thank you.
  5. Hello, Found a 1953 Buick Roadmaster in a boneyard. It has a lot of nice stainless,decent grille and more. E-mail me with parts you need and I will check on it. Can deliver parts to Hershey or mail order.My e-mail is acarcollector@gmail.com thanks, Bill AACA#821389
  6. Have a '51 Roadmaster 4 door with a broken front stabilizer. Looking for a decent used one. Can also use the two "U" shaped mounting brackets (one of mine is mangled). I know this part is common with a couple other years but don't remember off hand. Tim minoxphogorapher@yahoo.com
  7. :cool:EMAIL ME @. July_93704@yahoo.com if you can help. Thanks.
  8. This car has had a new suspension put in as well as the carburetor rebuilt it last ran about 3 years ago. It has brand new whitewalls and all four hubcaps I have just bought a new long 6v battery and a lot of nos voltage regulators from eBay the interior looks marvelous as well as the outside 99.99 percent rust free other than the floor boards but even that is an easy fix, but just don't have the time. I want to sell it to someone who will restore it original and not a low rider or hot rod it. email me for pics ((july_93704@yahoo.com)) or I can text them. price is 4800 obo. I think price is a deal given the condition of the car. Car is blue with gray, all trim is there and has 80k miles. Am writing this on the fly so if you hace Q's text me @ 559907 five, zero, six, two. Thanks
  9. great shape. $60 shipped to lower 48 states see pic for sample UPS shipping from Virginia 23112
  10. As part of replacing both front windows on my 55 4DR Roadmaster, each being cracked, I am replacing the window seal trim pieces. Thankfully the seller of the car included two brand new windows, custom cut... Upon removing the window on the driver's side I noted that the support channel is badly corroded. I am looking to replace it and suspect this is the best option... 1955 Buick Restoration Parts Window Sash Channel - Door - 10-045X This is the channel into which the window sits and is held seemingly just by some rubber. I also want to replace that rubber that sits inside that channel. It is difficult to see whether this is the correct product, has anyone else replaced this piece and am I on the right track with the link below? 1955 Buick Restoration Parts Window Sash Channel Filler - Rubber-Cork 1/32" Thick - 10-041X Many thanks, Paul PS: Just removing the interior door handles and window cranks to get the door panel off is probably the trickiest job I have performed on a car recently!
  11. 1949 Buick Roadmaster 4-door John, meza123@gmail.com, 860-978-8843 Best offer Connecticut I have a complete '49 Roadmaster I had running a couple of years back. It has 60,000 original miles. Bought from a guy who had garaged it for many years and I also have had it garaged. It has all its parts including chrome. The gas tank has been redone and I had the transmission rebuilt. There's a couple of pinholes in the exhaust manifold and removed it but that seems to be all the engine needs. The body is straight and there's only one small dent near a wheel. It also has white walls. It needs the cosmetic TLC treatment and is mechanically sound.
  12. BUICK FENDERS -56 SPECIAL LF- SMALL SERIES 3 HOLE W/TRIM -39 SPECIAL RF- NEEDS CRACK REPAIR -39 CENTURY GRILL AND LOWER PANEL SOLID -39 CENTURY LF- DENT BUT SOLID -39 CENTURY LF W/TIREWELL- HAS CRACK -46-49 SPECIAL RR NOS -51-52 SPECIAL LF SMALL HOLE W/HOOD LATCH -51-52 ROADMASTER LF 4 HOLE -57 SPECIAL/CENTURY RF 40/60 SOLID -55 ROADMASTER/SUPER LF SOLID -56 ROADMASTER LF 4 HOLE SOLID -51-52 SPECIAL 3 HOLE SOLID -50 SPECIAL SUPER RF NOS CLEAN -51-52 ROADMASTER 4 HOLE W/TRIM -58 ROADMASTER SUPER RF 50-70 SERIES CREASE -57 SPECIAL CENTURY LF SOLID -53 SPECIAL RF 3 HOLE LIKE NEW -51-52 SUPER LF 3 HOLE SOLID DENT -51 SPECIAL 40 SERIES NOS -51-52 ROADMASTER LF 70 SERIES NOS? -68 LESABRE LF RUST ON OUTSIDE -51-52 SPECIAL 3 HOLE SOLID -59 INVICTA RF PINE HOLE -59 INVICTA LF SOLID -50-52 ROADMASTER SPECIAL SUPER -2 DOOT CONV HARDTOP R AND L REAR QUARTERS.
  13. NEW LOW PRICE TO GOOD HOME $974.00 All original, intact glass, chrome, interior. Seats still good for patterns. Engine does not run. Not sure why. Never opened up. Body no rust, straight, original paint. asking for any offer. Can deliver, located in South Dakota. randyhennigar@yahoo.com Has four doors.
  14. I stopped in to get gas tonight, and when I jumped back in to leave, the car won't start!!! My car is a 1949 Roadmaster.. The battery was fine, but yet I still attempted to jump it just in case. No start. Not even a click! Just the lonesome stranded sound of me pressing on the gas pedal. I sat and waited almost two hours for a tow, and hoped that she would start after she cooled down, but no. Could this be my starter? What do you guys think? The only change I made recently was replacing the fan belt. I had put in a new voltage regulator, but ended up putting back in my old one since the new one didn't work! I have the wires correctly placed on the regulator, and I have polarized the regulator as well.. I am at a loss. Only thing I think it may be is the starter. Keep in mind the car makes NO sound when trying to start, and the battery seems to be alright. Jerry 1949 Buick Roadmaster
  15. Alright.. almost can't believe it was this easy and simple..but if anyone has been following my posts, my 1949 Roadmaster was having problems starting/battery draining. Well, I ordered NEW battery cables from YNZ, and..... VOILA! Not sure if it was my positive cable, or my braided negative cable, but the ol' lady fired right up with absolutely NO hesitation!!! Now that I have a brand new braided negative cable, I can actually see how bad/old my old one was.. wow. In the meantime while waiting for the cables to arrive, I had also removed as many ground locations I could find/think of, and cleaned them up. I CAN NOT express how important it is to have CLEAN grounding locations, and good/proper battery cables! I know this from trial and error now! Ok.. Now, since the new battery cables did their jobs, when I fired her up I noticed something really weird. I am not sure if it is because she is getting all the juices she needs from the battery, but now I have a weird "HISSING" sound emanating from underneath her dash. It seems to be coming from near the steering column area, under the dash. I have absolutely NO idea what this is. Can it possibly be the defrost??? All of my push/pull levers are in the "off" position.. So, does ANYONE know what this "hissing" noise could be??? Is this a really BAD thing? Or is this something that can be fixed as simple as putting in my new battery cables were? Has anyone ever had this happen to their cars?? ANY input is welcome! Jerry Case 1949 Buick Roadmaster 4 Door
  16. It's a long shot, but I thought I would give it a shot.. I am looking to make contact with the prior owner or original owner (original owner contact would be great!), of my newly acquired 1949 Buick Roadmaster 4 Door. On the vehicle title, the prior owner's name is Richard Nelson. Supposedly, the prior owner had purchased the Buick from the Original owner around 2010 in the midwest.. Through my investigations on the web, I had come across a website that had a prior bid of vehicle transportation for my 1949 Roadmaster. I am pretty sure that it is my car since I purchased it in San Juan Capistrano California.. The transportation bid was to transport a 1949 Roadmaster 4 Door from York Pennsylvania, to San Juan Capistrano California. Only thing is, this bid was dated 2006, AND, was from York Pennsylvania- NOT the midwest. I bought my Buick on a consignment lot in San Juan Capistrano so I was unfortunately unable to speak withe the owner of the vehicle.. There is absolutely nothing that I am upset about with my Roadmaster.. I am only looking to make contact because I would like to perhaps acquire old photos, or any kind of stories or history of the car. I absolutely LOVE my 1949 Roadmaster, and this is why I am I guess "obsessed" with this vehicle. It would also help to find out what and where the last owner left off with repairs or refurbishing. My '49 Roadmaster is a 4 Door, with black paint for the exterior, and a darker green with lighter green for the dash. All of my paint/trim codes match for my car, but I wouldn't know if the numbers plate is original since I have not spoken with any prior owner! I do not mind if it is not original.. just curious.. Comments are welcome, and appreciated! But I do ask, if anyone does know of the above mentioned person, please send me info in a private message. Thank you guys! Jerry 1949 Buick Roadmaster 4Door.
  17. Hey hey.. here is a short video I took of my 1949 Buick Roadmaster 4door that I have recently purchased about a month ago. I am currently trying to bring her up back to par engine/electrical-wise.. I am planning on keeping this vehicle stock, and true to form (no modern "updates.")... I'm sure some of you have been following my madness through my posts. This video was shot right after I had cleaned all my ground connections within the engine area, and recharged my battery. Just a little something fun to watch! Here is the link to YouTube.. 1949 Buick Roadmaster - YouTube Jerry 1949 Buick Roadmaster 4 Door
  18. I think I may have figured out my clock problem on my '49 roadmaster.. While looking under my dashboard and gazing at all of my connections, I noticed that on the back of my clock there is a little "stud" sticking out, and under it written GRN. I'm assuming this is the ground location. If it is, then I am missing a wire and a ground connection. What could I use to ground this clock, and where do I ground it to? I am pretty sure I have a New Haven clock in my vehicle.. Any help is appreciated! I don't see any info on the ground location in my manual. Jerry 1949 Roadmaster
  19. Hello. Been reading for the past few months a whole lot about classic Buicks on this site.. I just recently (last saturday) purchased my first car (I've only owned trucks my whole life), and my first car is a 1949 Buick Roadmaster (4 Door, Black exterior)!! I was hoping that perhaps someone on this site may have history about my vehicle.. I purchased my Buick from a consignment dealer in San Juan Capistrano California. Apparently the owner stated that he bought the vehicle about 3 years ago from the original owner in the mid-west. Pretty clean car, just need some minor work. I am in love with my Buick and I want to find out anything I can about it's past! My vin on the door pillar is 55259761 (the "1" looks more like the letter "I" though). Fisher plate states style# 49-4769, Body# BW3528, Trim# 70, Paint# 01 (not sure about this paint number since my vehicle is black and on all the paint codes for '49, I don't see black listed).. there is also the letters "acc" under the paint#. My dashboard is a two-tone dark green/greyish color (I thought the dash colors didn't really make sense with the Black exterior. Well, if anyone knew this car or it's owner before, do tell! Currently needing to replace heater, vent/heater hoses, and repair my Sonamatic! Planning on restoring it to it's original glory!
  20. Anyone out there know how to get a 1949 clock and Sonamatic Am Radio in working order? I noticed on the back of my clock that a prior owner has removed the wire from it's port. Not sure why. I located a lone wire and assumed it was for the clock so I plugged it in.. clock still doesn't work. Fuses are all good on the fuse panel- I replaced them. The light for the clock is working.. all my dash lights work. As far as the radio goes, the only thing I can think of is perhaps there is a bad tube or tubes since it doesn't even turn on.. I would be happy if I can get the clock and radio to work. Jerry 1949 Buick Roadmaster 4 Door
  21. Dumb question but I need to know where to fill/add oil into my '49 roadmaster engine.. I also need to know where to fill/add transmission fluid. My manual says the transmission fluid dipstick is located under the floor mat of the front passenger area.. I don't want to rip up anything. I also found a dipstick located in front of the passenger firewall (could this be for the transmission fluid??), and it is bone dry. Any help is very appreciated! Jerry
  22. WTB: 1953 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon Tail Gate Glass Wanted. Thank you for any assistance. Rob
  23. Hi all, I'm cleaning fifty years of gunk off of the generator of my '52 72R. Usually when I clean these components up there is a trace somewhere, a clue, a little scrap of paint or three that indicates the part's original color. So far I've found no clues as to what color the generator housing might have been painted, if any. Was it bare steel, or was some paint applied to them? Anybody know? :confused:
  24. I have recently aquired a 1951 Buick Roadmaster. Can anyone tell me what the distinguishing characteristics may be for the Riviera? Im not sure if I have a Roadmaster or a Roadmaster Riviera. I have found some numbers and details from the car. The number 161462?? and Dynaflow 41D. Help please.. I know nothing about antique autos and maybe there is a number one the car that I'm not seeing:rolleyes:
  25. Does anyone know if the 1950 Roadmaster seats were the same as the 2 door hardtop model? Also, what about other Roadmaster Convertibles? My 50 Road master Convertible is missing the seats and I'm looking for a correct replacement solution. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.