Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags '1935'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


    • General Discussion
    • Technical
    • What is it?
    • Photo and Videos
    • Our Cars & Restoration Projects
    • Automotive Legislation
    • Memorabilia, Toys, Art, Signs, Clothing and Printed Material
    • Garages, Trailers, and Towing
    • Automobile Humor and Interest
    • Museums
    • Junkyards
    • Automobiles and Parts - Buy/Sell
    • Chrysler Automobiles and Parts - Buy/Sell
    • Ford Automobiles and Parts - Buy/Sell
    • General Motors Automobiles and Parts - Buy/Sell
    • Printed Material, Memorabilia, Toys, Art, Clothing, etc.
    • Commercial Vendors
  • Forum Support and Administration
    • Forum How-To and Instructions
    • Forum Questions and Answers
    • AACA - Shows and Tours
    • AACA - Library and Research Center
    • AACA - Class Judging
    • AACA - Editors & Webmasters
    • CCCA - General
    • CCCA - Tech Questions
    • Cadillac & LaSalle
    • Chevrolet
    • Oldsmobile Forums
    • Buick Forums
    • Pontiac Forums
    • Buick - General
    • Buick - Pre War
    • Buick - Post War
    • Buick Reatta
    • Buick Riviera
    • Buick Gran Sport (GS)
    • Me and My Buick
    • Buick - Photos and Videos
    • Buick - Meets & Tours
    • Buick - Performance and Modified
    • Opel
    • Oldsmobile - General
    • Oldsmobile - Technical
    • Oldsmobile - 1897-1985
    • Pontiac & Oakland
    • Pontiac Flathead Owners
    • Firebird and Trans Am
    • GTO
    • Chrysler Products - General
    • Chrysler & DeSoto Airflow
    • Chrysler & DeSoto Airstream
    • Chrysler's TC by Maserati
    • Chrysler 300
    • American Motors (AMC), Nash, & Rambler
    • Imperial
    • Desoto
    • Dodge & Dodge Brothers
    • Dodge Trucks
    • Plymouth
    • Lincoln & Zephyr
    • Model T (and older)
    • Model A
    • Ford and Mercury - 1932 to 1953
    • Ford, Edsel & Mercury - 1954 and Newer
    • Ford Mustang
    • Ford Thunderbird
    • American Underslung
    • Auburn Cord Duesenberg (ACD)
    • Austin and Bantam
    • Brush Automobiles
    • Chalmers
    • Chandler & Cleveland
    • Continental Motors
    • Crosley, Cushman, King Midget, Whizzer
    • Durant
    • Franklin
    • Graham & Paige
    • Haynes-Apperson
    • Hupmobile
    • Hudson, Essex, & Terraplane
    • International Harvester / IHC
    • Jordan
    • Kaiser, Frazer, Darrin, Henry J, Willys
    • Knight Engines
    • Locomobile
    • Marmon
    • Maxwell
    • Mercer
    • Metz
    • Mitchell
    • Moon
    • Packard
    • Peerless
    • Pierce-Arrow
    • Premier
    • REO
    • Saxon
    • Studebaker, Erskine & Rockne
    • Stutz
    • Horseless Carriages (Pre-1916)
    • Speedsters
    • National Woodie Club
    • The Society of Automotive Historians
    • Steam Cars (Stanley, White, etc.)
    • Commercial (Ambulances, etc.)
    • Micro and Mini Cars
    • Electric Cars (Milburn, Baker, etc.)
    • Factory Built Replicas
    • Motorcycles - All
    • Rolls-Royce and Bentley
    • British Other - MG, Triumph, Jaguar, etc.
    • French (Peugeot, Renault, Citroen, etc.)
    • German Automobiles
    • Volkswagen
    • Italian (Ferrari, Fiat, etc.)
    • Japanese (Datsun, Toyota, Mazda, etc)
    • Spanish (Hispano-Suiza, SEAT, Pegaso, etc.)
    • Swedish (Saab, Volvo)

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start









Other Clubs

Found 11 results

  1. Since I have been getting more involved with following postings online here at AACA, I thought it would be good to show my project progression. Here are some photos. The black & white multiple pictures is back in 1963ish when my dad replaced the original engine with a 286 Chevy small block I am the younger of the two boys. Then a photo of the engine sitting in the frame... My dad and I made the rear supporting crossmember from parts (some from another AACA member). I rebuilt this engine (1948 model 230 cid) while I was in the USAF) Then a photo of my frame just after returning from being powder coated. It looks just awesome! Then a photo of the engine back in the frame. Then another photo of the crossmember my dad and I made but looking at it from underneath. And finally a picture of the inside of the cab sitting on the frame showing transmission fit... I think it will work out alright. Ive got the cab back off the frame. I have a newer bellhousing that I need to modify to fit the correct foot-starter pedal so that it aligns right with the starter. ************************ Now for a Question!!!! ******************** I set the running board on its perches and am wondering about the straps coming from the 'skirt' to the top of the frame. It looks like they should line up with some holes in the top of the frame (they're off a bit)... did these bolt directly to the frame with rubber padding? Any info is greatly appreciated. The last picture should be of the running board on the frame. Thanks, Dennis
  2. I have what appears to be a ceremonial staff or flagpole with a brass plate enscribed :PRESENTED BY PONTIAC MOTOR COMPANY AT WASHINGTON, D.C. JUNE 13, 1935. The pole is approx 54 inches long with a brass ferrule one end near the enscribed plate, and the opposite end of the pole is tapered to fit into something. What event took place on this date ? Was Pontiac celebrating some milestone in the company history, or awarding a new Pontiac car to the lucky winner of some contest ? it sounds like it was a great photo opportunity. any ideas ?
  3. Hi, I became the happy owner of both a 50 and 60 series Victoria coupes recently. The 50 is in pieces and boxes and has no running gear, the 60 is complete but a bit rough and will need major work all over. Both cars are in different states currently many hundreds of miles from here. The 50 is really solid, little rust . Is there anyone that knows if the bodies of the 2 cars are the same exact size and could be interchangeable on the frames. Also, does anyone know what the differences in the sheetmetal are? Are the grilles the same, and the bumpers etc? Also, does anyone know of a great place for reproduction 34/35 Buick parts is ? I'd like to eventually have both cars up and running in the future, but the 50 series on the 60 frame could really speed things up, I think. Any thoughts and info on this is greatly appreciated, Thanks, in advance.
  4. This hood was removed from a original 1935 3W Cpe..Missing one side trim.It is in pristine condition for the person restoring or rodding a 1935 Ford $550..Shipping could be a little expensive but I will try....Also have one of 5056 made rare 1941 Cadillac 4dr 63 series.... Jack,San Diego,760)751-2946
  5. I have a 1935 Buick 3 window coupe that I am trying to find a few pieces for. I am trying to find a headlight ring, taillight cups and lenses, and Hood ornament(I know rare and near impossible). Also wanting to see if anyone knows where I can find replacement wood for just the bottom of the door. I am pretty sure I will end up having to make it, but wanted to see if anybody knew of somewhere. Thank you to everyone in advance for your help.
  6. Wanted 1934 Dodge pick up headlights, lenses, reflectors or complete also need running boards. Thank you.
  7. Guest

    35 Interior

    Our 35 is finally starting to come back together and with some luck and more hard work it will be ready to show this coming summer. The interior fabric is all here, with the headliner going back in. I am seeking some references on the carpet placement and finishing. I am interesred in seeing how it is finished at the pedal locations, seats, door jams, and to the firewall. I would like to see any picture references or diagrams. Here are a few pictures of our progress.
  8. I have recently discovered a barn gem. A 1935 Olds. 4 dr. with a straight 8 cyl engine (its huge !) under the hood. It was built in Oshawa, Ontario. Is the straight 8 rare? The interior (seats and headboard) are absolutely intact, its a restoration dream. Body almost mint.. Original glass, etc. I'm looking to figure out what this car is worth. Anyone help ? What size of engine was the 8 cyl. ? This car has been stored a long time, the government had no record of its existence since their records went electronic in 1975.
  9. Guest

    1935 Buick Convertible

    I just acquired a 1935 Buick convertible with a serial number under the right fender of 2795256. It's a two door. I'm just looking to see what model it is and whether it has any value? Thanks, Henry
  10. Is there a website that will tell me how many cars were manufactured in a particular year? My father-in-law has a 1935 Chevy Master 3-W Coupe and is curious how many were made. Thanks in advance :-)
  11. Anyone know what engines could be transplanted in a 1935 Dodge Sedan without interfering with the factory steering? I have the original 85 horse flat 6.. suppose I could get it running again but want more power. I have seen these cars with 440's in them..I was hoping to put a 318 or 360 in it with minimal fabrication..and maybe without cutting the firewall...?
  • Create New...