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  1. 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible - A/C, power steering, brakes, windows and top. Owned and maintained for 20 years, motivated seller. Has good tires, recent A/C compressor, front end parts and shocks. Have original owner's manual, build sheet and "Protect-O-Plate. 327 with three speed hydromatic transmission. Contact me for details, please user only sale, no third party. Contact me for more pictures Price $28,500 OBO
  2. 1990 TC For sale Please, Shown by appointment only Jacksonville, FL. For more
  3. I am considering selling my 1990 Reatta Convertible. Great condition, runs great. Has 79,600 miles. Everything works except the windshield washers and the front portion of the drivers seat (switches are on the side of the seat.) Very clean car and fun to drive. Only thinking about selling because I looking at a Mercedes. Asking $10K. Please feel free to contact me for additional information. (260)402-0191. Located near Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
  4. Pair of 1934 Skirts. I am not positive if the emblems are Chrysler or DeSoto. Both emblems intact. Have some speckling and flaking The skirts pretty straight and in good shape. One is missing the chrome strip The other strip has been painted over. Looks decent from where the paint's flaked off Trim has a few dings Hardware is mostly there, will need new springs Regardless, hard to find parts. Asking $1,200
  5. Older, but excellent restoration with fresh tires and a new clutch. Also fresh wheel and front suspension paint. The leather and top are in good condition as the photos depict. Cooling system is 100% as is the foot and hand brake. The ignition system is Wico impulse mag and the carburetion is BB1 with air cleaner. Both modifications were for improved touring. The car has seen several HCCA long tours, all of which were successful. Four of which were in our hands. Feel free to call at 541 659 4392, or e-mail
  6. One owner all original 78000 miles please call or text 530 338 4752 if interested I can send more pictures
  7. NOS Mopar 891448 timing cover oil seal fits: Plymouth 1936-1942 all models Plymouth Commercial all models Dodge 1936-1942 all models DeSoto 1936-1942 all models Dodge trucks 1936-1946 1/2, 3/4, 1, 1-1/2, and 2 ton models Industrial Engines T112, T116, T-118, C36 Shelf wear and some discoloration from sitting. $15.00 postpaid in the lower 48 States. Harold
  8. Vintage Milesmaster Fuel Regulator & Filter for Performance and Economy. Has regulator and fittings. According to the package, the theory is that a steady fuel pressure of about 3.5 PSI promotes fuel economy. The Milesmaster is still in its original carded packaging and looks new, but the cardboard backing has seen better days. $20.00 postpaid in USA.
  9. Spring Tours are just about here. I have some great Model As ready to enjoy! 419-668-1884 or
  10. One owner all original 78000 miles please call or text 530-338-4752 if interested I can send more pictures
  11. All tires are new unused black, some still in wrapping. Firestone 37x4 1/2 straight side, smooth tread, with tubes and flaps $400 pr. PJA 36x4 clincher, rib tread, have 5 as a lot $1000 PJA 37x4 1/2 rib tread, straight side, have 7 as one lot $1400 Can deliver to Bakersfield HCCA Swap Meet More pictures available Happy to answer any questions.
  13. Someone contacted me wanting exterior windshield trim and also the hood hinges for a 1949 Buick. I get so many messages from so many different forums, that I lose track and cannot keep up. In addition, they come by fax, by email, by texting, and by phone. If that person will contact me, I have the parts pulled and ready to go. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338 Leonard, TX
  14. I understand these 2 castings to be for 48 Horsepower 1914-1927. Please correct me if incorrect. They have no apparent cracks or repairs, bores look nice. 4.5" bore Can deliver to HCCA Bakersfield Swap Meet. They are in Northern California.
  15. I have for sale a 1930 Buick carb, number 10-750 and its heat riser with casting number 146-71. I partially dissembled the carb (did not touch the jets ) and soaked it in cleaner. It looks good but will need a kit with float and a choke spring. The only damage is a very small chip missing from the metering pin area at the top of the cover. $100. The heat riser is in good shape with no visible cracks. The tube in the riser looks good to me. $125 for the riser. I have many pictures of both the carb and riser just send me a pm with you phone (for text) or email. If you buy both $200. All prices plus shipping which should be in the area of $25 or less. Thanks Dave
  16. Hey there, I have this Wagner generator housing for sale. There is a small piece broken off of the end cap. The brass tag reads "Wagner lighting corporation, St. Cloud USA Generator Caution before disconnecting ground generator terminal, see instruction book, 6 volts, spec em338" 224 308 is stamped into the housing above the tag. There is no armature inside so this is just two pieces of a housing. Contact me by PM if you want or need this part.
  17. Hey there, I have a box of miscellaneous parts and some of them are Studebaker. I don't know if these are or not but if you recognize them and could use them, give me a shout. Thanks
  18. Complete set of NOS Studebaker Light Six pistons, standard bore. Been on the shelf for many years, only one box survived. Box is marked Studebaker Erskine. $200 plus postage. Contact Dan a 803-549-two-one-eight-seven. Thanks
  19. Hey there, I have this Wagner generator for sale. It was taken apart some time in the past and is not together. I don't know about this generator and don't want to do any damage so I haven't messed with it. There is a small piece broken off of the end cap but I don't believe it will effect the running of it.
  20. New 1926-28 Chrysler rear lamp plugs, the contact will need to be cleaned I have many of these. Price $30.00 for 4 plugs plus shipping $8.00. 1-262-392-2989 or Marv.
  21. Set of bumper guards for '51-52 50-70 series cars. Bought it for my 76R, but never installed. See eBay item number 143155541618.
  22. 1953 Unfinished steel rebodied BENTLEY “SULTAN” Project Former Editor of HOT ROD Magazine and CAR and DRIVER staff writer Terry Cook of DELAHAYE USA first saw Ronald Benach’s 1948 Type 175s Delahaye with Jacques Saoutchik coachbuilt body, restored by Fran Roxas, at Pebble Beach 2000. (See photo of turquoise streamliner). Cook was overwhelmed and hired designer and Art Center grad John Caswell to create a modern day interpretation of a big, fully pontoon-fendered car as a tribute to Saoutchik. It was dubbed project SULTAN out of respect for the many cars famed Russian coach builder Jacques created in the 1920‘s and 30‘s for Kings and Potentates. They were some of the most beautiful, flamboyant and expensive cars in the world. Photoshop renderings show what the car would look like when completed. Primered steel body photos show what our unfinished SULTAN looks like now. Customer picks the final colors. Starting with his scale drawings, John worked with pro clay modeler Todd Storrs in Detroit to build a 1/4 scale clay model which was then digitized. Working with Steve Wilkonski of Revolution Design in Michigan to create the car digitally, a wood body buck was built at a yacht builder in Thailand. Over several years a steel body was then hammered from that buck by Car Kolor in Saatahip, Thailand. It was shipped to San Bernadino, CA where Little Louie Check hand formed the ornate decorative exterior brass body trim shown. The car is now in master panelbeater Tommy Caruso’s shop in Plainfield, NJ having the larger brass exterior trim, the grille, the windshield frame, trunk and interior sculpting done. Tommy has built two cars in the past 12 years that won BEST OF SHOW at Pebble Beach. The car is being built as a rebodied Bentley with title and matching VIN plate for the firewall. We started with a 1953 Bentley chassis, stripped it to bare metal and added a modern independent front suspension and late model Ford 9-inch rear using coil over suspension and modern brakes. Brown’s Metal Mods in Port Leyden, NY completed the chassis and mounted the body on the frame. Firewall, full floorboards, and front and rear wheel tubs were fabricated and installed in the car. We wanted something totally unique so we had John Caswell design an asymmetrical interior with a single driver’s seat and a wrap-around couch The trunk compartment would contain custom fitted luggage in the front portion (see styrafoam mockup) with a hidden space tire well in the floor. The car has a New OId Stock 8-cylinder Rolls Royce engine and rebuilt Bentley/Rolls Royce automatic transmission. It includes five wheels and wide whitewall tires. The body and chassis with Rolls Royce engine/engine is for sale for $153,000 as is, unfinished. We would like to complete the project for a new owner as we have our heart and soul invested. We have been working on this car since the last century! This is an enormous car over 18 feet long. Easily the most spectacular undertaking of all the cars designed and created by DELAHAYE USA. Respectfully I know this is not a normal AACA type car. But it is a car I am totally passionate about and want to see it completed. Many more pictures at, PROJECTS FOR SALE. P.S. When we were at the Lake Tahoe Wood Boar Concours we came up with a joke. Why not make a speedboat that looked just like the Sultan to tow on a trailer behind the car? People asked us if we were serious. After a little thought, since we have the digital design for the car, we could easily print out a 3-D composite speedboat body that matched the car. All it takes is time and money. Terry Cook 201 400 5528 $153,000
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  24. Beautiful center button for a Tri-5 Pontiac pulled from a 4 door sedan in an old closed junkyard on a mountain. It is in excellent shape with a brilliant center disc and clear plastic. Not crazed, cracked with really nice original chrome trim. I believe as nice as you can find used at that age. $75 + the shipping. The car has parts still intact, let me know what you need and I can check.
  25. Hi Everyone, I just found and joined this great site. I have recently came into ownership of approximately 500 radios from 1950's to mid 1970's for predominantly American cars. They are from a car audio shop of 40 plus years in Hawthorne, CA whereby the owner carefully boxed and labeled the radios when he removed to install "hi fi" systems. Many appear to be in great shape with faceplates and knobs, some are not. Some are vacuum tube radios from the late 50's. I have not inventoried it all, but some of the boxes are labeled with the makes/models like Mopar, Cadillac, Mercury, Studebaker, Buick, Pontiac. My C1 vette friend said to "look for wonderbars". I cannot guarantee working condition but if you're looking for a period correct radio to refurbish or parts , there's a chance I may have it. I'm trying to avoid the Ebay route so shoot me a message or email at Thanks, enjoy the pictures. Steve