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  1. Wanted 1960 buick hearse or ambulance, running condition,thanks
  2. Hi everyone! I had posted this car in a sale thread about a year ago, but decided to hang on to it and see if I could fix some of the minor things that were wrong with it (like the heater and wiper motor). Thankfully, I was able to get the parts needed so I'm very happy to list this again for sale. I have to say, it was really fun working on this with a good friend of mine who knows his way around a car. Sadly, I still have to try to say goodbye and sell it. I just don't have the time to enjoy it, and waaay too many other hobbies! Anyway, it's a 1960 Buick Lesabre 4 door hard-top. It has approximately 78,000 mies on it, and is located in Columbus Ohio (43081). The exterior looks pretty good, with some bubbling/rust on the lower edges of the sides, and signs of an old restoration spot on the passenger side near the front door. The interior carpet and seat upholstery really need to be restored, but the interior is still fine for driving around town. There is a slit ATF drip from the transmission seal. The engine is the standard 364. Other than that, I don't tend to drive it that much but it starts up and drives around town just fine! I'm asking $5000 for it, but I'm more than willing to discuss any serious offers. I have the title as well as the Preliminary Chassis Service Manual and the larger Chasis Service Manual. If anyone is interested and would like more info and more pictures, please email me at daikins@columbus.rr.com
  3. Hi All, I'm in the UK but does anybody know how many 1960 Buick Le Sabre hardtops are still on the road in the USA please ?
  4. Hi everyone! I had posted this car in a sale thread about a year ago, but decided to hang on to it and see if I could fix some of the minor things that were wrong with it (like the heater and wiper motor). Thankfully, I was able to get the parts needed so I'm very happy to list this again for sale. I have to say, it was really fun working on this with a good friend of mine who knows his way around a car. Sadly, I still have to try to say goodbye and sell it. I just don't have the time to enjoy it, and waaay too many other hobbies! Anyway, it's a 1960 Buick Lesabre 4 door hard-top. It has approximately 78,000 mies on it, and is located in Columbus Ohio (43081). The exterior looks pretty good, with some bubbling/rust on the lower edges of the sides, and signs of an old restoration spot on the passenger side near the front door. The interior carpet and seat upholstery really need to be restored, but the interior is still fine for driving around town. As for some of my remaining "to do" list on it- The parking brake works, but could use a good tightening to the cable. There is also a slight ATF drip. Other than that, I don't tend to drive it that much but it starts up and drives around town just fine! I'm asking $5000 for it, but I'm more than willing to discuss any serious offers. I have the title as well as the Preliminary Chassis Service Manual and the larger Chasis Service Manual. If anyone is interested and would like more info and more pictures, please email me at daikins@columbus.rr.com
  5. This 1960 Buick LeSabre convertible has been the subject of a no-expense-spared restoration to show standards. It is currently offered for sale by a long-time AACA member and collector of 20 prize-winning vehicles. Originally a well-maintained South Carolina vehicle, this Buick was rust free allowing all original panels to be restored to as new condition. All die-cast was removed and re-plated by Librandi’s Plating of Middletown, Pennsylvania. Concours level paint in Titian Red metallic. Interior, trunk, top and rear window are all new and faithful to the original pattern, material and construction. All interior metal—horn escutcheon, window and door handles, arm rests and A pillar trim—was removed and re-plated as new. The interior also has an NOS Buick accessory tissue dispenser with original box. Highly detailed engine bay and the attention to restoration detail is evident throughout with correct decals and instruction tags placed as per original. The jack and related jack hardware, and even the hood springs, have been meticulously restored to their proper finishes. National First Place and AACA Senior Award 2013 Hershey Fall Meet. This car must be seen to be appreciated! Asking $59,500. I am selling on behalf of a Hershey region owner. Please email for further details: eric@pixacar.com SEE EBAY LISTING
  6. Hi All, I'm close to having the interior done on the wagon, but I really need two of the 1960 Invicta emblems that get fastened to the inside door panels. If anyone has some in decent condition laying around I would love to buy a couple from ya. Thanks, Dave.
  7. Hi All, I'm close to having the interior done on the wagon, but I really need two of the 1960 Invicta emblems that get fastened to the inside door panels. If anyone has some in decent condition laying around I would love to buy a couple from ya. Thanks, Dave.
  8. I am looking to buy an Electric Shopper, b & z Electric Electra King, Electrodyne Model Mark II or similar in appearance to photos
  9. 1960 Buick Invicta 4-door sedan (flat top) $10,000 ask. Negotiable. Absolutely beautiful classic car! White with red trim and stripes. 70,000 miles. 4 owners. Has never left California. Engine blueprinted at Superior Automotive in Placentia, CA. Rare factory dual exhaust hand built and restored by Paul Foxx of Orange Muffler in Orange, CA. Rebuilt transmission, rebuilt suspension, rebuilt brakes, new body seals (Steele)...all done by the famous custom car-crafter Terry Berzenyi of Huntington Beach. New radial white wall tires with high-end factory option wheel covers. Body in excellent shape with few small rust spots. Interior in great shape, redone ~10 years ago. This sweetheart is not a trailer queen, but entirely roadworthy and highway safe. Still capable of being a daily driver and still shows well at rallys - very popular! Comes with parts, all original manuals, vintage literature, fitted car cover with lock, volumes of service records. Located in Santa Ana, CA. Eric ehainline@att.net 714-914-1839
  10. Son of a son of a mechanic and only 12 years old; the memory remains clear as a photograph of those few seconds………… Living in the foothills of Camarillo, California, 55 miles or so west of Los Angeles, it was still country then, and we waited at the foot of Alosta Drive at East Loop Drive for the big yellow school bus each morning. The intersection was then, and still is but to a lesser degree, a bit of a chicane; quick right then sweeping uphill left……. - See more at: restoration | Classic Components One of our customers wanted to share his story about restoring a 1960 Lotus Elite. 1960 Lotus Elite Restoration Story Son of a son of a mechanic and only 12 years old; the memory remains clear as a photograph of those few seconds... Living in the foothills of Camarillo, California, 55 miles or so west of Los Angeles, it was still country then, and we waited at the foot of Alosta Drive at East Loop Drive for the big yellow school bus each morning. The intersection was then, and still is but to a lesser degree, a bit of a chicane; quick right then sweeping uphill left... Read more about the 1960 Lotus Elite classic car chrome restoration story and enjoy the pictures!
  11. For sale 1960 buick bubbletop blue ext. blue interrior. the nailhead moter needs to be rebuilt. natching numbers all origenal as far as i know. no parts are missing. i simply need to turn the car into cash. 10,500 is the price.
  12. Hi new here i am mike 46 i live in the beautiful and weird city of austin tx.
  13. INFO: 1st generation 1960 Buick Lesabre, built in Flint, asking $15,000. Black on White exterior. Black on Red Interior with beige color on seats. garage kept, Only 3 owners. All original except tires, windshield wipers plugs & wires...ect. Original carpet in the interior. headliner in this car is mint, not a tear or rip anywhere. Fairly new exhaust, all trim is there and on the car. all the rubber looks good no cracks that I could find. even the hoses in the engine compartment look good. 364 Wildcat V-8. Automatic transmission. Power steering, Power brakes. All the glass is good. all the windows operate like they should. Interior is in great shape except for what is listed below. body is straight, no dings, body alignment problems, or dents. All 4 original hubcaps are there. The owner said it rides great. reason below on why I haven't test drove it myself, YET. 40,047 actual miles on the car. The owner said he has never drove it in the rain. The car is located in Mason, West Virginia. Serious inquiries Only!!! my inspection on the car: INTERIOR: * seats need resown (no tears just stiching came apart in a few different spots front & back seat) * passenger & drivers side door grip handles needs replaced or redone. * the dash has a few holes drilled in it where the previous owner had a CB installed in the car. (*******...lol) * Steering column needs repainted in one spot * passenger side running board (that holds down the carpet) needs replaced OUTSIDE BODY: * rear bumper needs rechromed (one spot the chrome has split and is coming off) * headlight bezals need rechromed (pitted) * body wise this car is solid & straight. I took a magnet around and tested all the trouble spots that these old cars usually get and only found one spot that had been fixed with putty. on the front passenger side just behind the tire is a spot that is about the size of a nickle. * it needs a new paint job. the owner had it painted in 2004 and the guy that painted it didn't know what the hell he was doing. He only painted what you could see and only taped up the trim. there are a few runs in the black paint that I seen on the bottom part of the car. He never even touched the door jams or under the front hood lip, There is some yellowing in the white paint in a few different spots, just to give you an idea of his "GREAT" Craftmanship. * front bumper is in pretty decent shape & I think it can be buffed up to a great shine. but won't know for sure until I get a chance to detail out the car. no pits from what I could see, just dull. * front grill (not sure if it is supposed to be a chrome shine or not. it is a little dull. sort of like what stainless steel or aluminum would look like not polished, if you know what I mean) * both outside mirrors are original and need rechromed.(pitted) ENGINE COMPARTMENT: * Battery plate is ate up pretty good. looks like it had a battery at one time or another leaked onto it. * currently the water pump is out and looking for one. (the reason why I haven't drove the car myself or heard it run.) * Owner said the fuel pump looses it's prime sometimes. (I think that could be a fuel filter myself) * also he said the windshield wipers sometimes stick on and constantly run. So he has that unplugged (if I were to guess, that could be the switch.) * engine compartment is kind of dirty at the previous time, doesn't look like anything was ever done to keep it clean. He said he has never done anything to the engine compartment. I guess if someone didn't take a bath for 52 years they would look a little grimey too...lol TRUNK COMPARTMENT: All original carper is there except, passenger side carpet side panel needs replaced needs repainted on the underside trunk lid itself. looks like the spare tire rubbed up against it through-out the years and took off some of the paint. (it still has the original sticker on the inside trunk lid on how to store the spare and jack up the car. I thought that was pretty cool that it was still there). DRIVE TRAIN: *he said that if you stand really hard on the brakes they will lock up, but putting it in reverse unlocks them. (I will be looking at that as well to see what that could possibly be. Might just need flushed out and new fluid put in) *I was unable to get undeneath the car to inspect it properly. But, from what I could see it looked in pretty good shape. Contact me through here or email me info@trenchroxx.com
  14. wanted: 1960 Olds 88 master cylinder and power brake booster. jerry whitfield in North Carolina 336-749-5922 or answer here. thankyou
  15. I've checked with every auto parts store and hot rod shop in town and no one can get me a water pump. just about everyone can find it, but no manufacturer carries a 59-60 water pump for the 364. The 62 is the only one anyone can find with the same foot print but the shaft isn't long enough to reach the pulley and fan. I've even ordered one off the internet, only to receive an email telling me the manufacturer doesn't carry them. does anyone know where i can find a water pump for my 1960 364 wild cat?
  16. hi want 1960 oldsmobile 88 master cylinder and power brake booster. leads, referrals, appreciated. Jerry whitfield in North carolina 336-749-5922
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    1960 Olds Super 88

    Dana is selling her Oldsmobile Super 88 project to make room for more stuff Stock except for the NOS fender skirts that I added. Asking $2000 or best All parts to make a great roller (has been sandblasted but is in need of assembly and restoa little rough cuz its been in the elements)- no motor.Includes interior too. I think she even has some extra taillight lenses that are NOS. Includes re chromed bumpers that have NEVER been on the car (paid $1700 alone for the huge things) Also willing to part out if there is enough interest. She is third owner (and I think she even has documentation of that too) Title too. (what it looked like before deconstruction) Fender skirts on it too must make room- email chopshopcustoms@comcast.net for more info or to see car- near Boston MA
  18. 1960, 1963 cadillac owners manuals, good condition, $35 each, 336-765-8312, email: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com
  19. This car is straight and solid. It is missing the engine and trans. Price is $4,500. To view additional photos, go to www.oldcars.fotki.com Delivery is available.
  20. Hello everyone, I NEED Help finding a 1959 or 1960 Buick for sale!!!! Im new to this sight, but have been amazed at all the great rides and info thts on here! I NEED Help finding a 1959 or 1960 Buick for sale!!!! I have loved '59s since i was a kid and thats my #1 choice, but I really like 1960 models, too. Im not looking for any other years, but im interested in any model of those two years, 2 door, 4 door, wagon, Invicta, Le Sabre, or 225. Id prefer a driver, but it can need work or be in good shape, it dosnt matter. ANY and ALL information and Leads will be GREATILY Appreciated!!!! Even if you dont have one, if you can point me in the right direction, that'd be fantastic! Im a motivated and ready to go buyer. Ive always been a chevy guy, but had a secret love for these buicks ! I currently have a 502 powered 67 Impala, and a 70 chevy short bed fleetside "thats for sale by the way" Thanks for reading, and Thank You very much for any and all information!!
  21. on ebay: 1960 chevrolet passenger car owners manual Item number:290510422014 1961 chevy car owners manual Item number:290510421275 1956 chevy car owners manual Item number:290510788783 1956 chevy truck owners manual Item number:290510792744 1968 chevy car owners manual Item number:290510793524 1968 Chevrolet Owner Protection Plan & new car warranty Item number:290510797389 if these dont sell on ebay, you may buy them from me directly. Jerry Whitfield, North Carolina wwhitfield@triad.rr.com<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  22. on ebay now: 1960 chevrolet passenger car owners manual Item number:290510422014 1961 chevy car owners manual Item number:290510421275 1956 chevy car owners manual Item number:290510788783 1956 chevy truck owners manual Item number:290510792744 1968 chevy car owners manual Item number:290510793524 1968 Chevrolet Owner Protection Plan & new car warranty Item number:290510797389 if these dont sell on ebay, you may buy them from me directly. Jerry Whitfield, North Carolina wwhitfield@triad.rr.com<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  23. Hi Dodge&Dodge Brothers Fans, I wanted to let you know after 11 years I have decided to sell my 1960 Dodge Polara Hardtop Station Wagon. My family life and wonderful kid obligations just do not allow me to show and share this car like it deserves and I don't think that will be changing anytime soon. I am looking for the right buyer who is passionate about 60 Dodges and Station Wagons. Since 1983 I have searched for these cars and today I know of only 5 working examples in the world.I welcome any questions and networking help to find the right buyer. Please feel free to contact me: polara6t@yahoo.com and thanks for your consideration! Bob Here is the link to car info and a few pictures. Sale Forum Link: http://forums.aaca.org/f194/1960-dodge-polara-hardtop-station-wagon-264864.html