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  1. Hub cap for Frayer wire wheel. It is marked for the spare wheel. Very nice condition, even comes with original grease I believe these were used on Stutz cars as well as some others. $150 obo Shipping extra, any questions please ask
  2. Is this a joke? A misprint? Or just a wildly optimistic seller? https://www.ebay.com/itm/1941-41-Buick-Grille-Grill-Original-Trim-Molding-Cast-Aluminum-NOS-Repo/303649222339?hash=item46b2e76ec3:g:-68AAOSwrrlfMOhU
  3. Just saw this on Facebook, though it's been listed for 5 weeks? https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/194421865315205 FOR SALE: 1966 CADILLAC CALAIS It is painful to do this, but my grandfather doesn't drive much anymore and has decided to let go of his 36k mile all original 1966 Cadillacs Calais 4 door hardtop. As most of you probably know, the Calais was the entry level Cadillac and is sparsely optioned as compared to its DeVille and Fleetwood counterparts. Manual roll-up windows which was rare for a Caddy even in '66! It's equipped with the 429 cubic inch Cadillac V8 and GM TH-400 transmission. This Caddy is in 100% original condition. Never painted, untouched chrome and completely factory interior. It is a true survivor. As such, it is not perfect by any means and you will find small scratches and chips in the paint, a small bubble here or there and other imperfections. It is 99.99% rust free, and has absolutely no rot of any kind. It is believed to never have been in an accident and it presents as such. The original owners manual, warranty guide and accessory brochure are included and in EXCELLENT condition. The car was purchased new at Sperco Oldsmobile Cadillac in Summit, NJ. (The original keys with leather key wallet emblazoned with the dealer logo are included.) It was discovered in the warehouse of Diamond Auto Electric in Newark, NJ around 1995. The contents of the warehouse had been sold and the car was tucked away in a back corner surrounded by shelves and equipment. It had just over 30k on it at that time. My grandparents purchased the car in 1999 and have used it for shows, cruise nights and even to transport my sister to her wedding. It is completely turn-key. I would suggest replacing the tires as they have been on there for over 25 years, but it has been started and driven semi regularly and performs flawlessly. This is a great car to simply drive and enjoy. You could nut and bolt restore it but there is no actual reason to do so. Wanna bag it and lay frame? Heck yeah brother...just don't tell grandpa that's your plan 😂 Asking $12,000. Come have a look and make an offer. Not in a rush to sell, grandpa would just rather see it be enjoyed than have it sit in the garage unused. Please message me via Facebook if interested. Several detailed photos are available. Located in Franklin Borough (Sussex County), NJ. Approximately 50 miles Northwest of NYC. Thanks for looking!
  4. I suppose I should be a Mopar guy, because I keep finding these Chrysler Corporation cars that I really like. Melanie's '56 Chrysler wagon, that gorgeous DeSoto Sportsman that I made the buyer promise to sell back to me when he's done, and even this unlikely 1937 DeSoto S-3 business coupe. It's pretty, it's very roadworthy, and thanks to a very high-quality restoration back in the '80s, it's an excellent tour car that still shows rather well. It's a former John Addams/Jim Capaldi car, restored by Capaldi Enterprises (who have sent several cars to Pebble) and enjoyed until John's death about 10 years ago. Jim Capaldi always liked the car and bought it from the estate, and I got it from Jim a few weeks ago. There are some minor signs of age, mostly in the paint where some checking and cracking has started. None of it is terribly significant and nothing is falling off, but it's not perfect anymore. My detailer, Michael, gave the 30-year-old finish a fantastic shine and it sure is a pretty car. The styling is fantastic, the proportions are just right, and I don't know that I've ever seen a '37 DeSoto before so I was very taken aback by how much I liked it with just a glance. Check out the headlights with built-in marker lights, the barrel-shaped grille that's mirrored by the emblem on the trunk, and the delicate line of trim that runs from nose to tail. For a reasonably-priced car, it sure is well-dressed. John Addams was always fond of accessories, so the car does have fender lights that work as turn signals, an exhaust deflector, bumper guards, and a back-up light that doesn't seem to have ever been hooked up. The tan mohair interior is very correct and still in fantastic shape. No splits, no tears, and no significant wear on the seating surfaces. Rubber mats were standard equipment but the woodgrained dash and pure Art-Deco steering wheel move it upscale. All the gauges are fully operational, as is the accessory heater under the dash. There's an AM radio in the dash that is apparently functional, but it has been disconnected in favor of the AM/FM/CD stereo head unit hidden in the glove box and powered by a 12-volt converter (don't worry, the car is still 6 volts). If you have sharp eyes, you'll spot the chrome T-handle under the dash, which manages the factory overdrive and it's fully operational. The trunk is obviously massive (business coupe, after all) and still carries the original jack tucked into the corner. We have a spare, but it's not pretty so Stephon didn't photograph it. The 228 cubic inch flathead six is, like all Mopar sixes, a major over-achiever. Fully rebuilt with the upgrades that made Jim Capaldi's work so highly sought by guys who like to drive, it lights off almost instantly, idles so smoothly you can't even feel it, and pulls the stylish coupe around with real enthusiasm. There are few signs of use under the hood, and it still looks quite correct, from the silver paint on the block to the oil bath air cleaner to the reproduction wiring harness. It has no needs, no bad habits, and heck, it's not even much of a leaker. John Addams toured with it fairly often, as the overdrive made it easy to handle, and after Jim acquired it he continued the tradition. The 3-speed manual shifts easily, although you can't rush the 1-2 shift when it's cold. Clutch take-up is light and smooth, and thanks to that overdrive, it's a genuine 60-65 MPH cruiser. There's a new stainless exhaust system, a back-up electric fuel pump, and Chryslers of this era were extremely advanced, offering both hydraulic brakes and tube shocks, so it's a great road car. The floors are spotless, the trunk pan has never been rusty, and the gas tank was removed and cleaned in 2017. Factory 16-inch steel wheels are fitted with hubcaps and trim rings, as well as a set of brand new Diamondback whitewall radials (Goodyears) that were installed last year. The car comes with a TON of literature, including shop manuals, owner's manual, advertising materials, catalogs, and more. There's also a set of restored fender skirts, but I don't like skirts so I didn't try to install them. I really like this little car. Yes, I know, I fall in love a lot. But it's the rare car that turns out to be better than I expect and impresses me on the road. I figured at least the overdrive would be broken or it would have an exhaust leak. Nope. It just runs and drives beautifully, and that's what I like best. Price is a rather reasonable $24,900 given the good looks and great driving you get for the money. Thanks for looking! Here are the worst areas of the paint, on the trailing edge of the passenger front fender, an area about the size of your hand, and under the emblem on the deck lid: Here's a before-and-after of Michael's buff job on the paint, which looks fantastic today: And it looks even prettier outside (this is pre-buff):
  5. Here's a link to a C/L ad for a very original '35 Chrysler Airstream 8 cyl coupe that's for sale in far western WI, near the town of Spooner. Thrilling find: https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/dak/cto/d/webster-1935-chrysler-airstream/7174504882.html
  6. Here's a link to a C/L ad for a '25 Reo rumble seat roadster for sale MPLS for $12,500. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/cto/d/minneapolis-1925-reo-roadster/7174543695.html
  7. (6) hard-to-find 14" original wheelcovers for your '66 Fury. Nice used condition with a few dings. $150.00 for all, picked-up in or near Freehold, NJ 07728. Best contact is by PM.
  8. For sale: topical stamp collection of stamps depicting mostly cars and trucks, with a few motorcycles and a few tractors. The collection consists of 1728 different stamps plus an additional 49 souvenir sheets, from 107 different countries. Additionally, there are 1278 duplicates to trade. There is duplication in the duplicates (more than 1 of some). The entire collection is organized. The 1728 different stamps are sorted alphabetically by country in 5 volumes. The duplicates are also sorted by country, and the duplicates from each country are in separate glassine envelopes. Price, including mailing, insurance, and handling is $500. to any address in the 48 contiguous United States. Will also mail to Alaska or Hawaii, but there will be an additional shipping charge. For addresses outside of the U.S.A., I am sorry, but will NOT ship outside the USA. Shipments to Canada which were taking 4~8 days a few months ago were taking 4~8 WEEKS in July. Even when you supply a customer with a tracking number, some tend to become somewhat irate for that length of delay. If the virus is ever contained, we will again ship to Canada, but not now. This collection is much better than average. Yes, there are CTO's (cancelled to order), but many of the sets normally found as CTO are mint. This is a good starting topical collection, with room to expand. My own personal collection of car stamps exceeds 4000. For those unfamiliar with topical stamp collecting, there is an association of topical collectors. They have a database listing all stamps by topics, and will burn a copy by topic for a nominal fee for their members. One collection only, first come, first served. VISA, MasterCard, and (reluctantly) paypal accepted. Email, or 573-392-7378 (9-12, 1-4 central time). Jon.
  9. CARB TAIL LIGHTS HOOD AND RADIATOR ALL FOR 200 IN FRESNO CA. FROM SLIGERMACHINE
  10. NOS emblems : SPORTWAGON quarter panel emblem , 1965 , 1966,1967 $ 88 shipped WILDCAT front fender emblem 1969 $ 88 shipped 1953 SUPER front bumper emblem $ 110 shipped 1969 Lesabre , Wildcat , & Electra front bumper emblem $235 shipped Bill
  11. 55 Trunk ornament , original and very , very good condition . Special, Super & Century $255 shipped in US Bill
  12. Various paired fenders: 1950 super; 1966 Electra; 1968-9 LeSabre; 1965 Wildcat; 1963-4, 1969 Riviera Single fenders: 1966, 1978 Electra; 1969 LeSabre; 1965, '70, '71-73 Riviera; 1965, '67 Skylark; 1964 Wildcat Patch Panels: 1966-69, '70 Riviera Hoods: 1965, 1969 Electra; 1968-69 LeSabre; 1963-65 Riviera; 1953, 1967 Skylark Trunk lid: 1949 Super; 1966 Electra; 1970-72 Skylark Radiator Support: 1965 Electra; 1966,1969 Riviera; 1965 Wildcat Doors: 1966 Electra (front and back, in vey very good condition) Gas Tanks: 1971 LeSabre plus others Seats: 1967 Skylark Front Bench; 1967 Skylark Back seat; NEW, 1967 Skylark Bucket seat covers w/ foams NEW; NEW 1967 Back Seat Covers NEW Pictures upon request. Location = Lehighton, Pa. 610-377-6130, csgetz@ptd.net
  13. Report post Various paired fenders: 1950 Super; 1966 Electra; 1968-9 LeSabre; 1965 Wildcat; 1963-4, 1969 Riviera Single fenders: 1966, 1978 Electra; 1969 LeSabre; 1965, '70, '71-73 Riviera; 1965, '67 Skylark; 1964 Wildcat Patch Panels: 1966-69, '70 Riviera Hoods: 1965, 1969 Electra; 1968-69 LeSabre; 1963-65 Riviera; 1953, 1967 Skylark Trunk lid: 1949 Super; 1966 Electra; 1970-72 Skylark Radiator Support: 1965 Electra; 1966,1969 Riviera; 1965 Wildcat Doors: 1966 Electra (front and back, in vey very good condition) Gas Tanks: 1971 LeSabre plus others Seats: 1967 Skylark Front Bench; 1967 Skylark Back seat; NEW, 1967 Skylark Bucket seat covers w/ foams NEW; NEW 1967 Back Seat Covers NEW Pictures upon request. 610-377-6130, csgetz@ptd.net
  14. Various paired fenders: 1950 super; 1966 Electra; 1968-9 LeSabre; 1965 Wildcat; 1963-4, 1969 Riviera Single fenders: 1966, 1978 Electra; 1969 LeSabre; 1965, '70, '71-73 Riviera; 1965, '67 Skylark; 1964 Wildcat Patch Panels: 1966-69, '70 Riviera Hoods: 1965, 1969 Electra; 1968-69 LeSabre; 1963-65 Riviera; 1953, 1967 Skylark Trunk lid: 1949 Super; 1966 Electra; 1970-72 Skylark Radiator Support: 1965 Electra; 1966,1969 Riviera; 1965 Wildcat Doors: 1966 Electra (front and back, in vey very good condition) Gas Tanks: 1971 LeSabre plus others Seats: 1967 Skylark Front Bench; 1967 Skylark Back seat; NEW, 1967 Skylark Bucket seat covers w/ foams NEW; NEW 1967 Back Seat Covers NEW Pictures upon request. Location = Lehighton, Pa. 610-377-6130, csgetz@ptd.net Sally Getz, BCA #22110
  15. Selection of levers for full size car. $15 each plus shipping. Thanks for looking, Loren
  16. NOTE: These hubcaps are very bright and reflective. What you're seeing in the photos are NOT blemishes, scrapes, or dents. You're seeing reflections of me, and trees from around where I took the pictures. This is a set of four 14" 1966-1967 DODGE CHARGER hubcaps that I've had in storage since 1978. They are in wonderful condition overall. These are NOT the kind of beat-up Charger spinner hubcaps you're likely to see at swap meets these days. This set I'm selling was put on my shelves over 40 years ago...back when you could still find these with undented outer rims and spinners without pits. One look at the BACK of these hubcaps (no or very little rust) will tell you they have been out of service for ages. I would rate three of these Charger hubcaps "excellent", with wonderful chrome on the spinners and the "spiders", good black paint, and super nice outer stainless steel rims. The fourth hubcap is "very good", but does have slight pitting on one blade of the spinner where it joins the center, and a very minor (in my opinion) dent in the stainless rim. The price for this set of four 1966-67 DODGE CHARGER hubcaps is $185, plus the shipping.
  17. 1939 Studebaker 4 door, sitting on a 99 s-10 frame. 4 cylinder 5 speed. brakes work, steering works, hydraulic clutch works, need to finish electrical, all of it is there from the s-10. Some rough parts, will take pictures tomorrow. lots of work done, lots left to go. $5,500. will be a cool ride with you are done and you won't see another one in the car show. If you want to be different, this is it.
  18. These are new pistons and main bearings that came with a 1926 or 1928 Reo that my Dad had many years ago. Some on the pistons are marked Reo on the inside. I have no use for these and would accept any reasonable offer.
  19. For Sale on Facebook: 1955 Buick Century 2-door Hardtop in Lexington, NC - $20,000 - Must be a member of Facebook to access the Seller's contact information. Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1614492685392127/ Seller's Description: Driven 83,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Burgundy In great condition 85k original miles. Interior is in good condition.
  20. For Sale on Facebook: 1957 Pontiac Chieftain 4-door Sedan in Niagara Falls, NY - $10,500 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2680632258843797/ Seller's Description: 1957 Pontiac Chieftain Driven 122,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Green · Interior color: Green Beautiful great running Pontiac....had it sold fast and buyer couldn't pull in the cash....back on market ..priced to sell...great running vehicle
  21. For Sale on Facebook: 1955 Lincoln Capri 2-door Hardtop in Reno, NV - $12,000 - Must be member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/621049015283583/ Seller's Description: 1955 Lincoln Capri Driven 79,000 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Turquoise · Interior color: Turquoise Pw, pb., 341ci. Survivor
  22. For Sale on Ebay: 1957 Cadillac Coupe deVille in Palatine, Illinois - Auction with opening bid of $14,500 - No phone # provided, reply to Ebay Seller: http://mcgarrettsmerc Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1957-Cadillac-DeVille/154024569088?hash=item23dc946900 Seller's Description: Beautiful mostly original 1957 Cadillac Coupe de Ville. I have owned this car for the past 25 years, having purchased it from the family of the original owner. The car drives and runs fantastic as a vintage fifties Cadillac should-I have made significant mechanical repairs and upgrades in the years I have owned the car. The interior is totally, completely original down to the carpet and dash pad. The pad shows typical sagging but is otherwise clean and presentable. The cloth brocade is in excellent condition-the pink leather is a little dry in spots but otherwise rip free. The following work has been done during my ownership -transmission-complete rebuild of the factory 4-speed Hydramatic automatic transmission, brakes-replaced all 4 wheel cylinders, hold down springs, adjusters, front drums expertly re-lined and cut, unique 1957-only vacuum booster professionally rebuilt-engine-block replaced with date correct 1957 block, cylinders bored, new pistons, pins, rings, crank polished, new rear main seal, new cam, lifters, push rods, oil pump rebuilt, heads are correct original heads that have had exhaust valves and seats replaced with hardened materials for unleaded fuel, all external accessories rebuilt-starter motor, water pump, fuel pump, carburetor, generator, distributor, new voltage regulator, period correct AGM battery, belts, hoses, radiator recored-entire engine compartment painted and detailed. Roof could use a refinish but is presentable enough for a driver. Paint and bodywork was done years ago but again, is perfectly presentable for a driver. Chrome is mostly original, again, fine for a driver, pit and dent free but is not show chrome. PayPal deposit of $500.00 required within 24 hours of conclusion of auction, balance cashier's check on US Bank or cash upon delivery. Shipping is at expense of buyer but I will assist with coordinating with your shipper. Questions? Thanks for looking.
  23. For Sale by Ebay auction 1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille in Memphis, TN - auction - Call Al: 9 o1 65 2 o1 o six Ebay Seller: sk8high123 Link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1957-Cadillac-DeVille-2-door/174333540468 Seller's Description: 1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille comes equipped with its original 365 c.i engine and automatic transmission. This is a fully loaded car which includes Factory Air conditioning, Power windows and power steering. One of Cadillac top of the line car in the late 50's. The car is very solid and rust free car. The previous owner had this car for almost 30 years and kept it up fairly well. The Cadillac just received a complete new brake job all around which includes new wheel cylinders hoses, and shoes. The carburetor was rebuilt and the car runs and idles very well. The car is originally Amethyst poly which is a great color combo. The interior is original and in good driver quality shape. If you are looking for a great everyday driving car that you can enjoy without having to invest any money this is the one. The Cadillac does have some imperfections being a 63 year old car. There are minor scratches and dents on the car. Once again this is not a show car its a daily driver that is very solid and has no rust on the undercarriage. If you have any questions please give me a call 9 o1 65 2 o1 o six thanks Al
  24. For Sale on Facebook: 1958 Buick Century 4-door Hardtop in Viroqua, Wisconsin - $10,000 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1272582479740247/ Seller's Description: 1958 Buick Century 4 door Driven 9,999 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Green · Interior color: Green 1958 Buick century 4 door with a lot of restoration done; millage is unknown but the engine has been maintained well; 364 hp V8; rebuilt carburetor; interior upgraded; rebuilt brakes; new radial white wall tires; runs well; recent heavy duty struts installed; transmission rebuilt; rust repair work done on body with metal welding not bondo; A really beautiful classic car looking for someone to love it.
  25. Just listed today for sale on Facebook: 1960 Buick LeSabre 2-door Hardtop in Sturtevant, Wisconsin - $17,500 - Must be a member of Facebook to access Seller's contact information Link: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/713519142554744/ Seller's Description: 1960 Buick LeSabre 2 door: Driven 99,999 miles Automatic transmission Exterior color: Black · Interior color: Grey 1960 Buick LeSabre. 2 door. Vehicle is from Texas so solid body. Automatic transmission. Has original 364 engine. No trades. $17,500