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  1. This 1911 Paige-Detroit is nearly all original. Absolutely incredible preservation vehicle. It features original dark blue with light gray paint on the body, original black paint on the fenders, original leather upholstery. It was delivered new without a windshield or top. We installed new tires, and reconditioned it to driving status. It is otherwise untouched. It was sold new in Lincoln, Nebraska, and remained there until we purchased it 8 years ago. It's been preserved by it's owners, and a history is nearly completely known. Being a surrey, the back seat is removeable to make it an even sportier runabout. This is reportedly the only complete 1911. Four cylinder, three speed transmission, 25" rims. It has never been shown at a concours or other major event-we'll leave that honor to the next owner. Asking $62,500, full or partial trades considered.
  2. I have a large number of new and rebuilt Delco Knee Action Shocks to sell. Call me or email is best. Thanks!!! 1-262-392-2989 or Marv.
  3. New 1926-28 Desoto rear 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.
  4. For Sale 1942-56 Olds parts some NOS some used what do you need call of email me. Thanks!!!. 1-262-392-2989 or Marv.
  5. I have for sale a 1038 Olds NOS left front fender in excellent condition. Price $600.00 plus shipping. 1-262-392-2989 or Marv.
  6. NOT a BrokerCustomer Feedback Click Here Available Transport Today Click Here Direct Enclosed Auto Transport In The Lower 48 States Year round subject to weather & road conditions Winch on & off - no driving your car No transfer or storage AACA - HCCA - MTFCA - MTFCI Member Call Jim at (260) 804-6695
  7. As I've learned in this business, most guys aren't quite ready to step up to a pink car. That's really too bad, because my experience with a pink car (Melanie's '56 Chrysler) has been 100% positive and much of it is due to the color. People LOVE it. In fact, if not for the color on this pretty 'Bird, I probably would have turned it away. White? Bo-ring. Light blue? Meh. Red? Seen it too many times to count. So if you have the vision and the confidence to own a car whose original color is code V Palm Springs Rose, you're going to get a great one. It comes from the collection of an incredibly fussy guy who simply wanted everything to work properly, so it does--and I have an inch-thick stack of receipts (all neatly bound, labeled, and organized by date) showing that no stone was left unturned on this car. The paint job is probably 10 years old and I don't really think the car has ever been totally disassembled, but it sure feels right. The finish has a nice shine that's totally appropriate and you'll never feel shy about taking it to a show. Not perfect, but nice enough to be welcome anywhere. It says Golden Motors on the trunk lid and I tracked them down in South Carolina; the condition of the sheetmetal bears out a warm weather life for this car. No rust repairs, no rot, no bondo, just good factory sheetmetal that has probably never been apart. The chrome and stainless trim is probably original and in good condition with no signs of distress--only the little fender-top emblems are showing their age. It's quite nice throughout. Not perfect, but pretty darned good. My gut says the gray and black interior has been restored--it's just too nice to be 60 years old. The carpets have certainly been replaced and if the seat covers and door panels were restored they did it right because the materials and patters are correct. The interior plastics are excellent, including the steering wheel and knobs, and the bright dash panels are not pitted, which is very common. Everything works, and I mean everything: gauges, lights, clock, and the factory A/C blows cold. Actually, I misspoke (miswrote?)--the aftermarket ammeter under the dash doesn't seem to be hooked up because they changed to an alternator. But it does make good oil pressure and the factory AM radio pulls in stations loud and clear through the speaker mounted in the center console--THAT'S just plain cool. Seat belts were added at some point, the weather seals are supple, and it closes up tight with no squeaks or rattles inside. The trunk is finished correctly with a new mat set and a new full-sized spare. The engine is a Y-code 352 cubic inch V8, which was the base engine on the Thunderbird. There will surely be guys who scoff that it's not a 390 or even a 430, but the way these cars are driven you'll never know the difference anyway--what, you're going drag racing? The 352 was rebuilt in 2007 (about 13,000 miles ago) with .030 oversize pistons, and all the other new stuff inside. The radiator was re-cored, the transmission was rebuilt, a new torque converter was installed, and all the other stuff you need to make it run properly was done. It's impeccably smooth and beautifully tuned so it starts almost instantly and even when it's ice cold the idle is smooth enough that you almost think it has stalled. More recent work includes a new thermostat, A/C compressor rebuilt and converted to R134a, added an alternator and dual master cylinder with booster, rebuilt brakes, new harmonic balancer, Pertronix ignition, new gas tank, and regular maintenance stuff like bulbs, filters, new shocks, new exhaust system, rebuilt power steering gear, and a new antenna. I have detailed receipts dating back to the '80s and an extensive work summary showing EVERYTHING that has been done to this car since 1989. I mean, NOBODY documents a car like this. Each time he washed and waxed the car he made a note of the date. He installed a decal on the coil and made a note of the date. Nice, right? It runs great, tracks straight, rides smooth, and stops true. Shifts are smooth and crisp. It stays cool even with the A/C cranking on a hot day. The undercarriage is clean if not detailed for show and there is exactly zero evidence of patches, repairs, or rot--that's especially critical on these cars, which are uni-body construction. It sits on new 215/75/14 wide whitwall radials that look and handle great thanks to a recent alignment. That huge stack of receipts, detailed service history, plus a factory service manual and owner's manual, as well as several boxes full of spare parts (including the original generator) are all included. $24,900 may seem like a lot for a Square Bird hardtop, but this is a superior car owned by one of the most meticulous guys I've ever met in my life. He wanted it right and he spent way more than the asking price to make it right. I personally love the color combination and this 'Bird will stand out at any event because of it. It's an absolute pleasure to drive and there's nothing left for a new owner to do but get in and enjoy--someone else already did EVERYTHING for you. Given that well-sorted cars are so scarce and nasty surprises are common, this Thunderbird delivers all out of proportion to its sticker price. If you're man enough for a pink car this 'Bird will delight you, and just in case you can't tell, I REALLY like it. Thanks for looking!
  8. casting numbers 1283869 w/ flapper and thermos spring. check your casting number to verify fit $275 plus shipping no text messages 906-280-4304
  9. To start with none of these cars are mine. I constantly find what seem like deals around the web on usually entry level type cars and have always thought I should start a thread to expose them to others that might not see them. Especially the newer guys and gals that only see overpriced wrecks for sale. I've occasionally posted various deals on here but I'll contain them to one thread now. Anyone else feel free to post additional ads and critique anything I post. Not everything will be entry level as I find what seems like deals on all level cars but I'll focus mainly on that. I'm also not much of a 70's and newer type car guy so most of the stuff will be 50's and older. Today's entry is a 46 Dodge 2 door Sedan for $2000 OBO Not sure what it needs but at 2 grand, they don't get much cheaper with paint and an interior you won't be afraid to sit it in. I see the sunvisor but the tire I can see doesn't look like a white wall. If the engine is good and the tranny works , even if you have to do brakes, you could be driving this for possibly under 3 grand. That's about as entry level as you can get on a budget when talking 50's and older cars. 1946 Dodge Custom Sedan . . . white wall tires . . . mahogany in color . . . all original parts . . . flathead six cylinder engine . . . split hood . . . shade visor . . . fluid drive--drive via three speed manual transmission on the column or shift into third gear and drive as if the car had an automatic transmission. Red naugahyde-covered seats--the rest of the interior is original. Needs work . . . car cover, some tools . . . $2,000 or best offer.
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  11. Selling an original 1932 Buick Limo 90 Series. 90% complete and is in good condition considering its age. Was told it was in a museum for a few years and the thrown in storage for 35 years. It is a straight 8 than runs and drives great. All lights work and so does the horn. Have videos of it running and driving. Registered as a California Historical Vehicle. Tags up to date 2020. For more information please call or text 209-417-9191 Located in California
  12. For Sale: I have a 63 Riv dash pad that has been re-covered in Silver vinyl. Looks very nice. I chose to use a 64 dash pad because of speaker location issues on my build. $150 plus shipping.
  13. I have a assortment of Bumpers for a few cars with varying prices from 125 to 250 will bring, Send me a PM to confirm Some Include: 1933-34-35 Dodge truck ? nice was rechromed minor blemishes still in Plastic came with other dodge pickup stuff year ago 1933-34 Plymouth Deluxe Front Bumper 1933-34 plymouth Rear 1929 Buick front 1931 -32 Chrysler CI Dodge DK Rear for Spare tire config (missing one end band) 1929-1930 Plymouth model U front and rear set with square medalions 1937 1938 plymouth dodge front rear 1935-36 plymouth dodge See Pics CH74-83 Chocolate field South close to light pole 56
  14. I have a very nice Solar brand carbide generator for a brass-era car. It's in really good condition with just a little indentation in the top area. Can be either base mount or side mount. Asking $900 USD plus shipping from Canada.
  15. Nice condition , 6" long ( deep ) and 5" across Numbers inside are 839 and 840 They work on six volt but aren't marked No name , but they resemble a style by Klaxon $50 pair plus shipping Send a Private message USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Thanks Roy
  16. Up for offer is my 1941 Buick super convertible ... This 1998 AACA grand national champion is not only stunning , it performs as well . Fully restored by Ralph Baldwin , Its arrow straight with flawless paint. The interior, top, steering wheel ,chrome was all handled by Jenkins restoration. 22 years later, it still could win every award again! Fully detailed under carriage shows as well the exterior.. All receipts are available and were in excess of 70k Asking $77,500.00 ..;' I researched the market ,compared mine to the car currently on E-Bay priced higher . Look at his then look at mine , There is a difference especially in the engine compartment and under carriage. Please accept my apologies for the photos (raining very hard here) The upholstery is perfect ,so please disregard the towel on the front seat.. Located In Roxbury Connecticut, Better photos soon... Contact me via this web site or at: Best Regards to all, Frank.
  17. New in the original Ford packaging, 1936-37 Lincoln zephyr exhaust manifold gasket set. I have several of these $7 per set.
  18. New ES37-38 starter brush set for 1935-48 Chrysler, Dodge, and DeSoto, 1947-50 Kaiser, 1935-50 Packard, and 1935-47 Studebaker, excellent condition. I have sesverala sets of these. $8 per set.
  19. Cars For Sale 1928 Cadillac Series 341-A Touring Sedan – Found with a tree growing thru the back seat – Owned by longtime CLC member, who passed away in 2017, and his family for over 50 years – Placed first in national competition in California – Driven from Bakersfield, CA to Grand Lake Reservoir in Groove, OK in 1995 – Mileage is 07,110 or 107,110 (only five digits on odometer) – Tagged and driven weekly – Appraised in late 2018 for $72,200 – See pictures – Asking $42,200 – For more information, contact Len Kramme 405-977-7961 or send email – Car is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1937 Cadillac Model 7529 Convertible Sedan – Divider window, very low production – Known history from new – Recent high-quality repaint of original Thessalon Green and new top – Engine and mechanicals rebuilt – Never any rust, original wood excellent condition along with mostly original interior – CLC Senior Car #105 – Excellent tour car – See picture – Priced at $92,900 – For more information, contact Harry Scott at 703-791-3278 or send email – Car is located in Nokesville, VA 1941 Cadillac Carved Side Hearse – Body by Eureka – One of two known to exist – All-original car except for new battery box – Original paint and interior – Very good shape for 76 years old – Starts and runs well – Flathead V-8 with three speed column shift – Burgundy interior with beautiful woodwork in casket compartment – Car receives a lot of attention on the road or at car shows – Best of Show winner at the 2012 Capitol Cadillac Fall Car Show – Car has been on cover of Professional Car Society magazine – See pictures – Asking $80,000 for this rare beauty – For more information, contact Jay at send email – Car is located in Odenton, MD 1961 Cadillac Coupe Deville – 61k miles – Original Midwest car – Two-owners – 3k miles since 390 c.i. engine and transmission rebuilt – Original body panels with one re-paint – Excellent chrome and stainless – All power works – All-original interior – Trunk has been carpeted – Cadillac wire wheels – Owner's manual and other literature available – See pictures – Asking $29,500 obo – For more information, contact Joe Palmore at 301-785-6622 or 800-225-0582 – Car is located in Potomac, MD 1961 Cadillac Six-Window Sedan Deville Model 6399 – 41,000 original miles – Two-owner car (purchased from original owner in 1987) – Always garage-kept – Olympic White with light blue leather and broadcloth interior – AACA and CLC Senior Award winner – CLC President’s Preservation Award at 2017 Grand National – Fully equipped – A/C, cruise control, power steering, brakes, and windows – Six-way power seat and electric trunk pull down – Radio, clock and more – Autronic headlight dimmer – New radial WW tires – Displayed by GM at the Smithsonian Institute when the new Transportation Museum was recently re-dedicated – Drives and looks like new – See pictures – Asking $32,500 – For more information, contact Marc Tuwiner at 301-672-1000 or send email – Car is located in Baltimore, MD 1962 Cadillac Fleetwood – Fully-optioned, actual 34k mile all-original car – Used by funeral home in Pennsylvania to transport families – Always stored in heated garage – Original paint, drivetrain and interior (deluxe Mohair stamped with Cadillac emblem) – Options include cruise control, A/C, power trunk release, etc. – Carpeted trunk – All paperwork, manuals and brochures available – See pictures – Asking $32,000 obo – For more information, contact Joe Palmore at 301-785-6622 or 800-225-0582 – Car is located in Potomac, MD 1964 Cadillac Deville Convertible Project Car – Originally Nevada Silver Metallic, currently red – Showing 39,571 miles on odometer – Accessories include climate control, AM/FM, power bench seat and parade boot – Interior is red vinyl in the the original seat pattern – Original transmission, engine and climate control system have been rebuilt but need some work – Many spare parts included – Clean Virginia title – See pictures – Asking $7,000 – Additional photos available upon request – For more information, contact Steve Zaricki at 570-814-6418 or send email – Car is located in Annandale, VA 1967 Cadillac Deville Convertible – Owned by longtime CLC member, who passed away in 2017, and his family for over 35 years – Driven from Bakersfield, CA to Grand Lake Reservoir in Groove, OK in 1995 – 47,021 miles – Tagged and driven weekly – Appraised in late 2018 for $22,200 – See pictures – Asking $18,200 – For more information, contact Len Kramme at 405-977-7961 or send email – Car is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1974 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible – Four-owner car – Apollo Yellow – 86,200 miles on original 500 C.I. engine – Brand new top, parade boot and carpet – Bumper fillers around headlights need to be replaced (see pictures) – Serviceable interior – Great daily driver that floats down the road! – Garage-kept – Manuals and maintenance records available – See pictures – Asking $8,000 – For more information, contact Joe Pipkin at 410-733-4717 (available for viewing in person or via Face Time) or send email – Located in Towson, MD 1977 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz – 67k miles – Drives and rides like an ocean liner – Second place winner at 2016 Jerry's Chevrolet Annual Show in Baltimore – Third place winner at 2013 Fall Capitol Cadillac Show in Greenbelt, MD – Owner is getting older and his vision is not as good as it used to be so he wants it to go to a person that will continue to keep it in excellent condition – See pictures – Asking $14,000 or best offer – For more information, contact Jim McKoy at 240-310-6452 or send email – Car is located in Baltimore, MD 1984 Cadillac Eldorado Two-Door Coupe – All original 49,800 miles – Beautiful car finished in original Autumn Maple Firemist High Metallic acrylic lacquer paint with gold pin stripes and a tan vinyl Coach Roof – Many extra features including chrome grill cap, trunk rack and chrome spoke wheels – Rides on its original Vogues – Light Saddle supple leather interior is gorgeous and is in as new condition as is the carpeting – Car has been extremely well cared for – Same owner for the past 10 years – Garage kept for most of its life – Runs and drives extremely well – See pictures – Asking $7,000 – For more information, contact Bob Fangmeyer at 240-994-4570 or send email – Car is located in Derwood, MD 1984 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz Convertible – Beautiful pillow top leather interior – Excellent condition with only 61,000 miles – Painstakingly maintained and stored in a climate-controlled facility year-round – Multiple CLC award winner including First Place in Class at 2018 Spring Car Show at Capitol Cadillac – See picture – Asking $17,500 – For more information, contact Mike Kerwin at 240-461-0436 or send email – Car is located in Laurel, MD 1991 Cadillac Eldorado Touring Coupe – Excellent condition with only 13,981 original miles – 4.9L V8 engine with automatic transmission – Sold new by Tutwiler Cadillac, Inc. in Jacksonville, FL – Suggested retail price of $34,451 – Crimson Red with Beechwood leather Interior – Delco-Bose sound system with cassette player – See pictures – Asking $16,000 – For more information, contact Hank Emilsson at 443-745-0872 or send email – Car is located in Stevensville, MD 1993 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine – S&S conversion – 31,621 miles – Original owner was a funeral home in northern NY state – Current owner since June 2010 – Always garage-kept – Six doors with three rows forward facing leather seats – A/C and heat in the front and rear – Missing chrome rocker on door lock switch, but switch works fine – Clear title with no liens – See pictures – Asking $7,500 – For more information, contact Dan Mayer at 301-325-9827 or send email – Car is located in Knoxville, MD 21758
  20. LETS TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT as I want to get rid of many of my parts !!! MAKE A {{{{REASONABLE OFFER $$}}}} on a car part you want, Don't say you want to "buy it all in a lot" as some of you have and then after a lot of figuring and wasting my time you do not buy anything. I will say "yes or no" on your reasonable offer per part. Look over the pictures and contact me with the picture number and description of what part or parts you want . I do not have an itemized list of these parts, just pictures, ((( if you don't see the part your looking for in these please don't ask if I have a part, as I don't ))) Contact: PAGE 1
  21. I have two complete sets of "AUTOMOBILE QUARTERLY" Books for sale including all volumes plus the extra, special addition books. Excellent condition. Price is $1,750 per set plus shipping. Shipping will be heavy & expensive and sent in multiple boxes OR FREE HERSHEY DELIVERY if pre-sold and pre-paid. Cell 330-323-0586 or reply to ad
  22. For Sale: Gauge set from 64 Riviera. Fair condition. SpeedO, Fuel, clock and circuit board. $100 plus shipping.
  23. complete PS setup incl pump gear and a torque tube. email me Menlo park,cal
  24. 1953 Ford Victoria. Full off-frame restoration, Engine and transmission rebuilt. AACA Senior, 2013 AACA National Nominee. Perfect condition, with lots of options. Rare one of a kind restoration. Sacrifice for $24,000.00 Call - 352-513-2506Email - stastny47@yahoo.comIt has won many awards through AACA including Senior, and recently received first preservation award at winter meet in Ocola, Fl. It was also nominated for a National AACA Award in 2013. This vehicle has the following options:Electric Clock, Non-Glare Mirror, Super Range 8 tube Radio, Rear Speaker, Coronado Deck, Deluxe Steering Wheel, Rear Fender Shields, Hood Bird Ornament, Exhaust Deflectors, Dual Exhausts, Back-up lights, Power Steering, Windshield Washer, Rocker Panel Trim, automatic transmission.Vehicle is painted Seafoam Green with correct Raven Black top and Coronado Deck. Paint is single stage Urethane. Engine is rebuilt and has frame off restoration. One of a kind 1953 Ford Victoria.
  25. AACA 49th ANNUAL AUTOMOTIVE FLEA MARKET & CAR SHOW May 23rd & 24th open at 8am Since its inception at the armoury in Blackstock, the Antique Automobile Club of America, Ontario Region has been hosting its automotive flea market and car shows for over 48 years. We have grown in size to include over 600 outside vending sites and over 200 inside vending sites. Located at the Lindsay Fair Grounds at the intersection of Angeline St. South & Highway # 7, you will find everything automotive, past, present & future! From car parts to automotive themed clothing, toys, auto insurance, memorabilia, manuals, car brochures and much more. There is a large car show both days, with DJ music, and if you are looking to get into the car hobby there is even a car sales corral! Come visit the club booth inside the Commonwell building, we are proud supporters of MADD, (Mothers against Drunk Drivers), so please come visit them and the OPP interactive display. Come for the day, or spend the weekend! There is on site camping and the host hotel, Days Inn & Suites is just north on Angeline St. There is all kinds of delicious food available on site, and a beer garden for your enjoyment. Admission is $7 per person each day with children under 12 free, onsite parking is free with the price of admission. For more information check out the car club website or Any questions please email us at