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  1. *SOLD* I'm simply helping a client thin out his stock and this is a project he's decided he's never going to get around to finishing, although it is a very worthy car. I love the unusual ones, and this one certainly qualifies: 1963 Impala 2-door hardtop (non-SS) with a 409 dual-quad V8 and 4-speed manual transmission. Options include a factory tachometer and power windows, which is kind of odd until someone pointed out that drag racers would get power windows because they often had to roll down the passenger window to speak to a flag man at the track, although there's no evidence here that this car was raced. It was also originally Satin Silver with a black bench seat interior and experts will note that Satin Silver was a one-year-only color for the Impala. Pretty cool foundation, no? The car has already been disassembled and stripped, the bodywork is done and it's in primer, and yes, I know that you'll probably have to sand it off to see what's going on underneath (please save the comments about how it got wet and now the primer is ruined--it's epoxy), but you shouldn't find any nasty surprises. Floors are solid and ready to go, too. I can't promise it's ready to spray paint, but it isn't going to cost you $40,000 to get the body in shape, either. If you're a good home painter, I bet you can make this car look like a million bucks. Interior is there, but it all needs replaced. I think if this were my car, I'd put in a red interior with the Satin Silver paint and really blow people away. The engine is the original, matching-numbers 409 with dual quads. It has been completely rebuilt but never started, so it needs to be fine-tuned and finished. Block is bored .030 oversize, original forged crank turned to standard, stock rods with press-in pins, new Ross forged aluminum pistons with 11:1 compression. Isky solid lifter camshaft with cam card included. Correct intake manifold, correct carburetors, original 409 dual quad air cleaner, and factory chrome W-shaped valve covers. Entire assembly is painted and detailed. Transmission is also rebuilt and appears to be the original transmission from the car (date codes are correct). Some chassis work done but it should be disassembled and painted. Wheels have been painted and fitted with reproduction bias-ply whitewalls so it's a roller. I don't know if every little tiny part is there, but the important stuff that's unique to the 409 is all there, the rest is pretty commonly available. This is a very worthy car, which, in my professional opinion, could be worth $80-90,000 in completed condition. An awesome combination of options, a popular body style, and very cool colors make this one stand out in a big way. Yes, there's some investment required, but all the expensive stuff is pretty much done and it could be finished by one of you talented guys with time and energy. An A-list early muscle car and a great project with financial upside. How often do you get a chance like that? Asking $26,500 and the seller is motivated. Car is located in Falconer, NY and has good title. Thanks for reading!
  2. We're located in Belgium and sell our 1932 Reo Royale 835 Sedan. This car has been completely and professionally restored here in Belgium. No costs have been spared to achieve this result. The car's chassis and underside is as shiny as the body and interior. Not one piece or bolt hasn't been taken care of. This car has almost never driven since as my dad wanted it to stay in this mint condition. It starts at the first crank and everything is working well. On request we can send you more details and pictures. We have full photo coverage of the restoration, as well as the complete car history. What's unique for this car is that prior to us from 1932 to 1993 (about 60 years) it only had 4 owners. This car stayed all these years in the Fresno (CA) area till we shipped it to Belgium. Now we're looking for a new owner who can continue the history of this car and give it the LTC it's used to have. My brother and I can't find the time to do it. Our asking price is 95.000,- USD contact us via reoroyale835@gmail.com https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/reo/royale/2201006.html
  3. 1956 Packard Caribbean Chassis No. 5699-1254 Series 5699. 310 bhp, 374 cu. in. overhead valve V-8 engine with Ultramatic transmission, front and rear Torsion Level suspension, live rear axle and four-wheel power-assisted hydraulic drum brakes. Wheelbase: 127” Once the best-selling American prestige manufacturer, Packard lost its primacy to Cadillac in the early 1950s. Until the 1920s, Packard, Peerless and Pierce-Arrow comprised the “Three Ps” of luxury automobiles. Of the three, only Packard survived the Depression, largely on the strength of a line of medium-priced cars introduced in 1935. Dramatic new “Clipper” styling in 1941 was so popular that the more traditional “Senior” series were dropped after World War II. New president James Nance arrived from appliance manufacturer Hotpoint in 1952. His new strategy was to distinguish the entry-level series from larger Packards, both visually and in prestige. Re-introducing the Clipper name for 1953, he applied it to the least expensive Packards, although his desire for a separate marque name was never fully implemented. Clippers had simple trim, smaller engines and fewer amenities, while the top-line Patrician series featured longer wheelbases, more elegant trim and a line of Executive sedans by Henney Motor Company, the professional car builders. At the top of the upper-mid-level series called simply “Packard” was a new Caribbean convertible. Modified by Mitchell-Bentley Corporation, the Caribbean had a full leather interior, chrome wire wheels, enlarged wheel openings, hood scoops and custom paint in one of four colors. Continued for 1954, the Caribbean was differentiated less from other Packard models but had its own distinct trim and was fully optioned. The 1955 model year brought great changes to Packard. A new skin gave the bodies a distinctly different appearance, and Packard’s first V-8 engine made its debut, in two sizes. The Caribbean returned as part of the Series 5580 Packard line, its hood scoops carried over and a distinctive rear fender treatment applied above the taillights. All available options, with the exception of air conditioning, were again included. The larger 352 cubic inch V-8 was fed by dual Rochester four-barrel carburetors, and the new electrically-operated Torsion Level suspension was standard. For 1956, the Caribbean became a model range unto itself, Series 5688, and a hardtop coupe was added to the line. Dual carburetion was continued, and increased displacement of 374 cubic inches resulted in a horsepower boost to 310. Acquired by the current owner in 1996, this handsome 1956 Caribbean convertible was previously owned by avid Packard collector Maximilian B. Roessel of Newton, New Jersey, whose name appears on a brass plaque on the dashboard. Its build sheet shows delivery to the Philadelphia branch in June of that year, consistent with its serial number 254 of 276 built. It was repainted in the original tri-tone colors of Dover White, Danube Blue and Roman Copper, one of four exclusive combinations. Performed by renowned restorer Steve Babinsky, whose work is recognized with many Pebble Beach awards, the task involved considerable disassembly and new weatherstripping. The reversible interior was also redone in correct matching fashion by Everlast Auto Interiors of Linden, New Jersey. The top likewise has been replaced in grained white vinyl, albeit without the correct contrasting color liner. The trim was professionally refurbished as necessary, replating some items and polishing others. The front bumper and taillights, for example, are original. The luggage compartment is clean and correctly detailed. An added bonus is inclusion of extra paint in all three colors, a few oil filters and various vital fluids. Mechanically the car has been consistently maintained throughout its 95,000-mile history. The only deviations from standard are an electronic ignition and installation of front seat belts and Goodyear Custom Cushion radial tires. The power braking system and transmission have been rebuilt, the latter by Ultramatic specialist Ross Miller, the push button controller by John Lauter. A new ring and pinion have also been fitted. The Torsion Level suspension works properly, as do all other conveniences like the power windows, power driver’s seat and the radio, interior lights. The engine, while in its original state, is peppy, does not smoke and has performed admirably with good oil pressure for nearly 20,000 miles of touring in its current ownership. The 1956 Caribbean convertible is exceeded in rarity only by its sibling hardtop coupe, of which just 263 were built. The 1956 Packard was one of the most technically advanced American automobiles of its day. This is a chance to acquire an extremely nice example with no excuses. This 1956 Packard Caribbean is located in Smithfield, RI and the price is $69,500. Many more pictures located at the link. http://www.tomlaferriere.com/listings/1956-packard-caribbean
  4. Covers most popular parts back to 1930 through 1953. Has a number to application section , great for parts Id See photos for sample Good condition $20 plus $4.35 media mail USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  5. For Sale: 1929 Buick $2800 Looking for your next project? Wood spoked wheels, drive train, some windows, nearly all of the car is here waiting for you to complete her restoration. See photo, I have many more photos to send you. Call to coordinate a time to see. Clear title. Northwest Chicagoland Suburb 630-529-6050 We have more Buicks and Buick parts besides this beauty!
  6. 6 piece set of vintage USA-made original style replacement exhaust hangers that fit 1966-1970 Buick Riviera models. Parts have some light rust and boxes are falling apart. $400 for the set includes mailing, to US address only. F1499 LH front muffler hanger replaces 1374103 F1500 RH front muffler hanger replaces 1374102 F1501 LH center pipe hanger replaces 1374117 F1502 RH center pipe hanger replaces 1374116 F1503 LH rear muffler hanger replaces 1374127 F1504 RH rear muffler hanger replaces 1374126
  7. Unusual clamp on door mirror. Had rose color mirror , enough pattern for new glass, The rim is held together with screws , so easy replacement. It's worth saving at $20 plus shipping, send a zip USPMO or PayPal buyer handles fees Thanks Roy
  8. Neat light with hinged lens for bulb change No clue what it fits , bargain price at $15 plus shipping if you can use it , send zip USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a private message Thanks Roy
  9. no clue what it fits , feel free to reply Nice condition , see photos $25 plus shipping , send zip USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  10. One looks good , 2 for parts? no photos yet, coming $35 for 3 plus shipping , send a zip USPMO or PayPal, buyer handles fees Send a private message Thanks Roy
  11. 2 3/4" inside , fine thread , 24- 26 threads , I'm having a tough time matching the gauge up, bad eyes probably '25 Stude or similar era $30 plus shipping send zip See photos Send a Private message USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Thanks Roy
  12. Cables free cover rough , repaint? $20 plus shipping , send zip USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a private message Thanks Roy
  13. Don't know what it fit originally ( yet ) , feel free to comment if you recognize it. Cables work freely , dial doesn't turn , probably needs new string? See photos for condition. $65 plus shipping USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  14. Covers most popular parts back to 1930 through 1953. Has a number to application section , great for parts Id See photos for sample Good condition $20 plus $4.35 media mail USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  15. City: Wellington State: Ohio Price: $15 183 pages , original , not reprint $15 plus $3.50 media shipping Send a Private message Check , USPMO, or PayPal , buyer handles fees Thanks Roy
  16. City: Wellington State: Ohio Price: $12 Association of licensed automobile manufactures, printed by Dover publications 385 illustrations , 418 pages , 1970's $12 plus $3.50 media shipping Check , USPMO , or PayPal buyer handles fees Send a Pm Thanks Roy
  17. City: Wellington State: Ohio Price: $18 Austin l. Conley author, 128 pages Low volume book , neat photos of rare cars $18 plus $3.50 media shipping Check , USPMO , or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  18. Selling a complete 1955 1956 Buick Special Roadmaster 264/322 Power Steering Set. Includes everything, this is a complete drop. set comes with pump(complete), brackets, bolts, gearbox, column, steering wheel, and the impossible to find double groove crank/waterpump pulleys. The pump and box will need rebuilt and the lines replaced(they sell new ones). $1100 shipped for all. I am only everything complete, not going to piece it out.
  19. 50K original miles. West Coast car till coming East in the early Seventies. One repaint in 1979 which is still outstanding.. Reupholstered in the late nineties. I am the 4th owner. Very presentable original chrome and trim. Garaged every day of its life.. Never in an accident or taken apart. No rust anywhere I am the 4th owner. Black with Centaro Green wheels. Cream & Green upholstery. Equipped with automatic Transmission and fender skirts. In the last 5 years I have done the following. New brakes/master cylinder/ hoses/shoes/wheel bearings/DOT 5 fluid. Gas tank pulled and sent to Re-Nu for cleaning and resealing New Hartz black canvas top New wiring harness New heater control valve New rugs Upgraded water pump, rebuilt fuel pump and generator. full tune up and fluid changed regularly. New springs and all shocks overhauled. New sway arm bushinga Radio converted to AM/FM 5 New Coker wide white radials Wisper quiet motor motor. Great tour car. Covered 450 miles day trip recently. Time to thin the herd. $45K or possible trades towards late 50's -60's Cope or Wagon considered-Located in Washington D.C. metro area. Please call for more information or additional pictures. I don't do texting.Call 703-966-8422
  20. Too many cars, need to sell this car. Engine rebuit run about 50 Hrs. Goes down the road quieter than my 1936 Hupp Model N and my 1927 Pierce Arrow Model 36 enclosed drive limo. New interior. All original hub caps which are scarcer than hens teeth. Thats the good. Needs some body work and paint. Needs new tires. See pic. Pr ice is $6995. Car is in N.H. P M me for more info.
  21. Yes, Its mine. Might do some swapping but no junk. If any one is interested in the 13 K range look me up. I picked up this abandoned project about a year ago and spent that time getting it on the road. I got the never started rebuilt motor running. Its the "Go Devil" flathead four just like the Jeeps in those old war movies. I put on all 5 new brake cylinders and four sets of shoes. Four NEW tires. Cleaned and resealed the gas tank. Put the already made up interior together. Finished up the new wiring harness. (fixed the overdrive) Added aftermarket turn signals. New 6 volt battery. Got a new top installed including the side curtains. Got the title in my name and is insured. (permanent Oregon special interest registration. If it sells out of Oregon I am keeping the license plate. Made up a carpet set for it. (I did do some floor patching but other than that there is no rust). The car drives just like one would expect for a 1948 four cylinder car. Keeps up with traffic but no race car. There is what looks like some tarp scratches on the passenger side of the hood and the RF fender, but it may rub out, I didn't try. Comes with a very comprehensive shop manual. This car had been stored for over thirty years when I came along, so following some old guys sidelined project was fun for me. I will accept dead presidents on the spot. Checks of any kind will have ten days to clear. Wire transfer when my bank is satisfied. I may consider some swap for early Mopar among others (20s or 30s) finished or original, (don't really want any projects) So lets see whatcha got. PM me for any questions or phone info.
  22. This sedan body was made by the Willoughby Company of Utica, New York around 1914 for some of the better known “non-classic” makes including Nash, Studebaker, and Chandler. According to a dealer promoting this sedan “The bodies were built to order by the Willoughby Company, considered among the best custom body builders of the country,” and that “cost was not taken into consideration.” This is probably the last of the Willoughby sedans of this type left. The body sits on a 1920 Chandler chassis, which includes all suspension and brake components, driveline from the transmission back. Wood frame surrounded by an all aluminum body. With this project you be able to tour year-round, out of the elements. Asking $5,000 OBO. Located in Southern California
  23. 1926 Buick Master Six. Asking $15,000 More details CALL 740-692-9526
  24. Long story short, I have more projects than I will EVER be able to complete. I bought this car because of the novelty as much as anything else, and thought it would be a decent project. However, once it got home, I realized just how much of a project it was going to be. AND, a few years after buying this one I found more what I had been wanting, my flame red/white interior ’65 GS. I need to downsize and am starting here with this one so I can hopefully get something going on the red GS. I paid WAY too much for the car, it has rust issues as stated in the subject, runs OK, has brake issues, possibly the booster, and will be a huge project to get it right. The trunk, floors, and pretty much everything is rusty. I can’t really tell much about the body panels, the paint is years old, pretty thick, and cracking in several places. Where the paint has cracked off there is a good bit of surface rust. I am attaching several pictures that hopefully capture the details. I am reducing their size so I can post several, if interested in bigger pictures you can zoom in on, let me know and I will send them to you. As I said, I paid way too much for it, I am posting it here to see if there is ANY interest in a rare project at a fairly reasonable price. I would think that even if the car is not worth fixing the LX engine has to be worth “something.” If you are interested in a project that “could” have some value when complete, make me an offer.
  25. Thought I would post this here along with on the Riviera forum … Long story short, I have more projects than I will EVER be able to complete. I bought this car because of the novelty as much as anything else, and thought it would be a decent project. However, once I got it home, I realized just how much of a project it was going to be. AND, a few years after buying this one I found more what I had been wanting, a flame red/white interior ’65 GS. I need to downsize and am starting here with this one so I can hopefully get something going on the red GS. I paid WAY too much for the car, it has rust issues as stated in the subject, runs OK, has brake issues, possibly the booster, and will be a huge project to get it right. The trunk, floors, and pretty much everything is rusty. I can’t really tell much about the body panels, the paint is years old, pretty thick, and cracking in several places. Where the paint has cracked off there is a good bit of surface rust. I am attaching several pictures that hopefully capture the details. I am reducing their size so I can post several, if interested in bigger pictures you can zoom in on, let me know and I will send them to you. As I said, I paid way too much for it, I am posting it here to see if there is ANY interest in a rare project at a fairly reasonable price. I would think that even if the car is not worth fixing the LX engine has to be worth “something.” If you are interested in a project that “could” have some value when complete, make me an offer.