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  1. Looking for anything related to original 1931 Chrysler Headlights for the CM6 line. Please let me know if you have any leads, or any items! Need: Depress Beam Headlight Glass: Part # H-12941, Qty: 2 Depress Beam Reflector - I believe part # 12941 - Outside Diameter: 8.75", Qty: 2 Bezel - Outside Diameter Approx. 9", Qty: 2 Any Condition. Quick payment! Thanks, JT - 1931 Chrysler CM6 Business Coupe
  2. My chrome lost my parking brake trigger, and its become a mess even for stopping when running the car ordinarily. I guess many circa 1930 GM parking levers may fit. Below is a picture of the car, pre restoration and you can see the handle trigger right there. http://i1142.photobucket.com/albums/n607/pistorman/1929%20Buick%20Marquette%20Model%2037/IMG_2816.jpg http://i1142.photobucket.com/albums/n607/pistorman/1929%20Buick%20Marquette%20Model%2037/IMG_2813.jpg Thanks! Victor Spring, TX
  3. We were looking into buying a 1931 Buick Series 80 sedan but we were wondering how they were to drive? How are the brakes? How is the steering? As a comparison, how much harder to drive are they than a Model A Ford?
  4. Series AE Chevrolet Independence, dual side mounts. Quality frame-on restoration in 2010 (engine, rewiring, breaks, leather interior, paint, chromes, top). Many accessories: Potter trunk, clock, fog lamps, heater, amber shift knob, Electro-Lok wiper, eagle radiator cap, extra spare parts, several original tools, manuals. Many pictures available at https://picasaweb.google.com/113562335437300439140/1931ChevroletDeluxeSportsRoadster?authuser=0&feat=directlink Car is located in Long Island, NY Contact: tel. 1 718 450 0443 email: locomobilia@gmail.com
  5. 1931 Buick 8-57 23,850 Original Miles!!! Don’t miss out on your chance to buy this documented, collectors dream!!! I’m the forth owner of this Buick, I bought it from my uncle who bought it in 1969 from the second owner (both of whom are still alive and have supplied letters stating their ownership and details about the car) who had bought it in 1967 from the family of the original owner. This car is a true survivor car, un-restored and in excellent condition! The vinyl top is the original, the paint is original the only things that have ever been changed/fixed on the car are the hoses, the throttle control on the steering wheel was disabled for safety reasons, we also disabled the ignition switch and just put an on/off switch under the dash. We had to replace a small pivot lever on the carburetor which was custom made for the car, two panels on the interior were repaired with original material, the metal spoke wheels which were used in place of the wooden spokes on later 1931 models were blasted and painted after my uncle bought the car and at the time the original tires were still on the car so he had the tires replaced so currently the car has only its second set of tires ever on it and we still have the factory original tires which will go with the car!!! Missing in the pictures is the Buick logo headlight bar emblem, we do have it but it was broken and fixed but we haven’t put it back on. The only flaws that this car has is that the paint is getting a little thin in a couple areas, the chrome looks like its 82 years old but for being 82 years old its really in pretty good shape and there is one small rust spot near the left rear fender on the body but that’s it, all of the wood is intact and in excellent condition and the body by fisher stamp on the floor board shows great! This car runs and drives like a dream and it has been an absolute blast to own but now its time for someone else to get the chance to enjoy this beautiful piece of automotive history!!! If you have questions please feel free to contact me via email or at 319-360-6490~ Tom The Buick is also available on eBay if you would like to see more pictures. Buyer is responsible for shipping, car is sold as-is where is, I can assist in lining up a hauling company if necessary.
  6. Currently looking for: Seats, front and rumble Radiator cap Rims Windshield Windshield Frame
  7. Hello all, I was wondering if any of you had a picture of an origional vin tag for a 1931 cg imperial. I was also hoping I could have one of you help me out with a picture of the vents behind the sidemounts next to the door. Thank you for your time, Ryan
  8. A nice pair of plates, in very good condition, plus a Wilmette city license (about 4 1/4" across) for vehicles of 35 HP or less. All 3 for $50 (plus actual cost to ship). Click on any thumbnail to enlarge. 12 inch ruler included to better judge size. These have been repainted in the past, but they look good.
  9. I just listed a bunch of parts cheap with mo reserve under the seller ID WILDDODGE. All from a 1932 Olds. I also have front and rear bumpers and 8 wooden wheels if anybody needs them.
  10. Looking or the correct top iron set (or complete convertable top, wood & irons) for a 1930 or 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Roadster. Been looking on ebay for a while now..none have come up for sale. I bought it with the incorrect/home made iron set. Trying to take car back to original 'Henry Ford' condition. email marinecorpspitbull@yahoo.com
  11. I'm looking for a 1.25-inch diameter grille badge from a 1931-32 President, though maybe the same badge was used for many years. It has the wheel with red spokes and white tire, "Studebaker" script in white, gold background. I've seen larger ones, but I need the 1.25 inch size. Anyone have one for sale?
  12. I just listed a bunch of 32 Olds parts cheap with no reserve on ebay under the seller name WILDDODGE Thanks, Jay
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