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  1. I'm willing to try to start an ongoing thread that would alert any prospective buyers to what I would call deals on earlier Rivieras that a person might not otherwise find. I'd also think that it could be used to ask others who are looking to see what's in areas to which they don't have access unless they're willing to look at every city that has a Craigslist. Don't post anything other than a title and a link. You're not responsible for anything other than letting others know what's out there. It's up to them to make contact and get details. I'll start with this one: a 1966 Gran Sport in Cole Camp, Missouri (Central close to the Lake of the Ozarks.) http://kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/5822062304.html
  2. I am going through all of my 1946-1947 Hudson parts. And pulling out what I need for my 1947 Convertible. I have lots of trim pieces, some sheet metal, dash pieces and grills. If you are in need of any parts, please let me know.
  3. I have what I think is a 1923 Buick radiator cap, my uncle passed away last year and I cleaned out the garage, this belonged to his fathers car, he used to have a luxury car service back in the days, I have no idea of it value, maybe some one can give me an idea or put me into someone who is after one, thank you the item is in Australia 🇦🇺 my uncle lived in Wagga Wagga
  4. 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. https://providence.craigslist.org/cto/d/pawtucket-how-about-owning-an-old-timer/6925022145.html 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.
  5. I'm not going to call this a "barn find" (although I guess by not calling it that I'm implying that it actually is a barn find). It was recently pulled out of a garage where it had been entombed for almost 20 years. The second owner passed away in 2001 while the car was in winter storage in a buddy's barn As these things go, that buddy offered to "take care" of the GTX for the widow, so he kept storing it. After seventeen years or so, it became obvious that he was just assuming that the car was his and stopped returning her calls when she asked for it to be returned. That's when she called a friend who somehow managed to smooth things over and exchanged a pile of 1970 Roadrunner project car for the GTX. It was a mess when they dragged it out, but she and this friend worked through the car and did all the right things to get it back into shape without erasing any originality. It does have just 32,827 original miles, and it does have original paint and interior, so I'm OK with calling it a survivor. It has its original 440 cubic inch V8 and 4-speed gearbox, and while the undercarriage is a bit crusty, this car has never seen salt so it is 100% solid. Chrysler wasn't too exciting in the naming department, so the dark blue paint is called, unremarkably, "Dark Blue" and I have no doubt it is 100% factory-applied enamel. It's quite handsome and yes there are some chips here and there, with the most notable issue being a few droplets on the hood and left front fender as if someone sprinkled some brake fluid there. It's not enough to even show up in photos, but it's there. I'd leave it alone because the rest is so darned nice. Laser-straight bodywork and it has been a very long time since I've heard a Chrysler product with doors that close like these. Nice chrome bumpers, clean stainless, a gorgeous tail panel. i'm not really a Mopar guy, but I think these are handsome cars that are far more appealing than the redesigned '68s. The black and white interior is likewise all original, right down to the carpets. It's had mats for most of its life, so they're nice, and the embossed seat covers have deeper and crisper details than the repros you get today. A long shifter sticking out of the transmission tunnel gives this GTX a no-nonsense feel and it feels tight and precise in a way that you don't get very often in a vintage muscle car. The big steering wheel and horn ring are in excellent shape and all the gauges are fully operational as is the original AM radio. Weather seals are supple, the windows seal up tight, and the trunk is spotless. There's a reproduction trunk mat, but that may very well be the original spare tire living in there today. It didn't take much to get the muscular 440 up and running, but boy did that sucker smoke! A leak down test revealed that the rings were shot and compression was iffy on about half the cylinders. They had it rebuilt by a well-known local machine shop that specializes in Mopars and they did a fine job putting it back to stock. As long as the engine was out, they also rebuilt the water pump and alternator, had the radiator cleaned, and sent the carb out to be rebuilt. Although they painted the engine, they wisely left everything else alone, including the original air cleaner and exhaust manifolds. The engine bay was scrubbed but nothing was refinished or replaced if it was still in good shape. New ignition components, belts and hoses, and a fresh clutch on the flywheel all make it work right. It starts quickly and easily, idles smoothly like big Mopars do, and there's effortless torque at every speed. It only has a few miles on it, so I haven't hammered it, but these are quick cars. This car doesn't have many options, and they were tempted to add power steering--which is easy on Mopars, just change the steering box and add a pump--so the widow could drive it, but she ultimately decided it was a survivor and didn't want to change things. I can definitely respect that. As I said, it's tidy underneath but not detailed, but there's zero critical rust anywhere on this car. The beefy Dana 60 rear end has 3.54 gears and a Sure Grip inside, and they were even able to reconnect the old exhaust system which uses ancient Midas mufflers for a soft V8 burble. The brakes came back to life with fresh fluid inside and there's fresh BFG rubber on the original Magnum 500 wheels. It carries a reproduction VIN tag, which is perfectly legal, because the buddy removed the original in an attempt to prevent her from reclaiming the car. No worries, the title is clean. Does the rebuilt and painted engine disqualify this from HPOF competition? I don't know. I do know this is the tightest, smoothest, most well-mannered Mopar muscle car I've driven in a very long time. I love survivors and untouched cars and this one gets almost everything right. It's got an interesting story, great colors, a 4-speed, and it sure does like to hustle. Price is $37,900, making it one of the cheaper GTXs on the market. It's a really nice car and if you're a Mopar guy, you know what a pleasure they are to drive. Thanks for looking!
  6. https://toledo.craigslist.org/cto/d/clinton-township-91-buick-reatta/6963394286.html Free falling in values. Red Convertible.. one owner... 3800 V/6 like new inside and out - stored winters 18000 miles..150 made in 91... 16 way seats. wow, nice convertible. Kelly (248) 338-0852
  7. I just received a replacement oil feed line for my 89 8 valve TC. This is a part most 8 valve TURBO engines could use since the rubber hose begins to leak after a time, and this is time x 3. The seller had 4 remaining sales@poecs.com part#4448693 - tube
  8. 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.
  9. 1926 Ford Model T sedan for Sale. Has been in storage for at least 30+ years. Looks to be completely original. Has steel wheels installed as well as complete set of original wood spoke wheels to go with it. All glass is intact. This was acquired through inheritance when a family member passed away. Would be great for a collection or restoration. $8,000 obo. Located in San Antonio, TX area.
  10. This is an original, factory-fit transverse muffler for 1963 to 1965 BUICK Riviera (all, but GS). This quality muffler has never been used. The weight, quality of materials, and factory construction technique of this vintage muffler puts the current reproduction Riviera transverse muffler to shame. This baby is built to last. The muffler is an exact fit replacement. and matches the visual appearance of the BUICK Riviera transverse muffler. I believe this muffler is not a GM piece, but was perhaps made to sell in the aftermarket by one of the vendors who originally supplied Buick. Perhaps made by Arvin, Maremont, or Walker. I've had original GM Riv transverse mufflers before, and this one I'm selling looks and feels like them. The code "2Y1 84203200" is embossed in the body of this muffler. Again, this muffler has never been used. It does have some surface rust areas in the galvanized muffler body from sitting around in storage for 50 years or more. The un-galvanized pipe inlets and flanges and the tailpipe outlets did have some surface rust on them, again from storage over the years. I did treat these areas with a rust inhibitor. My photos show the top, bottom, and both ends of the muffler. So, there won't be any surprises. The price of this quality, period aftermarket Riviera muffler at just a few dollars more than that of the current reproduction muffler....$225, plus shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  11. This is an original, factory-fit transverse muffler for 1963 to 1965 BUICK Riviera (all, but GS). This quality muffler has never been used. The weight, quality of materials, and factory construction technique of this vintage muffler puts the current reproduction Riviera transverse muffler to shame. This baby is built to last. The muffler is an exact fit replacement. and matches the visual appearance of the BUICK Riviera transverse muffler. I believe this muffler is not a GM piece, but was perhaps made to sell in the aftermarket by one of the vendors who originally supplied Buick. Perhaps made by Arvin, Maremont, or Walker. I've had original GM Riv transverse mufflers before, and this one I'm selling looks and feels like them. The code "2Y1 84203200" is embossed in the body of this muffler. Again, this muffler has never been used. It does have some surface rust areas in the galvanized muffler body from sitting around in storage for 50 years or more. The un-galvanized pipe inlets and flanges and the tailpipe outlets did have some surface rust on them, again from storage over the years. I did treat these areas with a rust inhibitor. My photos show the top, bottom, and both ends of the muffler. So, there won't be any surprises. The price of this quality, period aftermarket Riviera muffler at just a few dollars more than that of the current reproduction muffler....$225, plus shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  12. This is an original, factory-fit transverse muffler for 1963 to 1965 BUICK Riviera (all, but GS). This quality muffler has never been used. The weight, quality of materials, and factory construction technique of this vintage muffler puts the current reproduction Riviera transverse muffler to shame. This baby is built to last. The muffler is an exact fit replacement. and matches the visual appearance of the BUICK Riviera transverse muffler. I believe this muffler is not a GM piece, but was perhaps made to sell in the aftermarket by one of the vendors who originally supplied Buick. Perhaps made by Arvin, Maremont, or Walker. I've had original GM Riv transverse mufflers before, and this one I'm selling looks and feels like them. The code "2Y1 84203200" is embossed in the body of this muffler. Again, this muffler has never been used. It does have some surface rust areas in the galvanized muffler body from sitting around in storage for 50 years or more. The un-galvanized pipe inlets and flanges and the tailpipe outlets did have some surface rust on them, again from storage over the years. I did treat these areas with a rust inhibitor. My photos show the top, bottom, and both ends of the muffler. So, there won't be any surprises. The price of this quality, period aftermarket Riviera muffler at just a few dollars more than that of the current reproduction muffler....$225, plus shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  13. Hi Everyone This is an updated posting to my original one. A very kind fellow member of AACA, GregLaR, made the journey to the stage container and although he was unable to remove the car from its confinement, he took really great photographs of it. I am, by trade, a graphic designer, and instead of bombarding you with photographs and information, I have created a website for the car. The website has my story, the cars story, photographs, and other information. www.1934buick56c.com This Buick is unrestored, and not for the feint of heart, but she's/he's a looker! As before, I would prefer to sell the car, but its future is more important and I am willing to give it to the right home. My best to you all! Mark mark@goffengel.com
  14. Hello everyone. New here. Spent Most of my life fooling around with early 30’s fords. Never thought Id be on a Packard forum. Rather long story. Sorry. My wife’s boss who has passed away years ago was a Packard fan who bought two Packards. An early 30’s model that was rare and the one in My possession. He ended up giving the early Packard to a museum. I understand. The Executive sat in a dirt floor barn for 40 yrs. It has both good problems and bad problems. I am not interested in restoring this car. But to respect the family I want the parts to go to go to good use. The bad. I would imagine the frame and floorboard has some rust issues. The top is seriously dented in and the whole front clip is missing. This includes the grille, hood and both front fenders. With the hood missing, the engine was exposed twine moisture which may have entered the engine because of a missing carburetor. The good. There’s a lot of good sheet metal left. Doors, rear fenders and trunk lid seem to be in fair shape. The chrome moldings on those pieces are all there. The interior although exposed to the elements is complete and all there. Finally. A good thing, has all the windows in it yet. Found an original sale brochure with sales cost hand written on it. Cool!!I believe that model may be one of the last true Packards made before they merged.I am not really interested in selling this for much . I am really more interested in having a restorer in the process of working on his car to make good use of these parts. Free to the right restorer. See link for more pictures. Thanks Rick. Guys this is real. It needs to go before the building damages it. https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/just-a-test.1162018/
  15. Price reflects quality and mileage (116K). Always a toy never a daily driver. Never in snow, clean throughout. Great color combination in catalog colors. Final year, Northstar V8 with 295 horsepower and 300 pounds of torque. Fast, fun, comfortable, reliable, and stylish. I was putting gas in it and the guy at the pump next to me thought it was a new Cadillac model, so that speaks to how well the styling has aged. Usual signs of age and use inside, but nothing broken or ruined. Everything works including full digital gauge cluster and trip computer, A/C blows cold, windows, seats, antenna all work properly. Recent Michelin radials. No hardtop, don't ask, I don't know where to find one. Please don't hassle me about all the little esoteric things endemic to these cars, I don't know if they've been fixed and I'm not going to worry about it on a $9900 car. The car is cheap, runs great, looks great, and needs nothing as it sits today. I can't understand why these aren't more valuable, but if you want low-maintenance fast fun for the summer, this is a good choice that's also eligible for AACA events. $9900.
  16. 1939 Ford battery gauge #91A-10844-A in Ford box.$ 65. + shipping
  17. I have a rough list of Used Steering column Gear boxes some with steering wheels some without, If you see any you would be Interested in Send me a PM and ask me about and I can load and bring to Hershey and give details, I am not shipping these, they are a pain in the butt and costs have got to high for Irregular boxes plus weight.These are marked asking Prices. 1) 1931 Willys 6-97 Steering Wheel horn button and column Gearbox 125.00 2) 1934 Oldsmobile 8 Column gearbox 150.00 3) 1935 Dodge Column gearbox 150.00 4) 1937 Oldsmobile Steering Wheel and column gearbox 200.00 5) 1937 Oldsmobile just column gearbox 125.00 6) 1937 Pontiac Steering Wheel and Column gearbox Nice 250.00 7) 1937 Plymouth Steering gearbox #657210 fits 37 desoto 37-38 Dodge 140.00 8 1938 Plymouth Steering wheel and Gearbox 150.00 9) 1939 Dodge just column gearbox 125.00 10) 1939-1940 chevrolet nice steering wheel car or truck I do not know with gearbox has black horn button with chrome ring 11) 1940 Oldsmobile column gearbox 100.00 12) 1940 Chevrolet Column w/shifter gearbox 100.00 13) 1941 Chevrolet Steering wheel,shifter column gearbox,both chrome trim rings on wheel Fits 1941-1948 #265759 150.00 Firm
  18. This is a beautiful 1963 Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Convertible. Brand new top which looks fantastic. Interior is original only new carpet. Has power steering,brakes,Am/Fm factory radio,working factory clock. Has power trunk release in glove compartment. Has the original numbers matching engine,with factory ok ckeck marks on the firewall, 394 2 barrel. Rebuilt carb, rebuilt power steering pump,new original rebuilt radiator,engine detailed for show,deluxe spinner hubcaps with clips,newer paint original colorwedgewood mist,Protecto plate,owners manual,top manual,original boot in nice shape, has nos spark plug wires. Has around 86,000 original miles, shifts nice,newer radial tires. No bondo on car rockers,sheet metal underneath looks beautiful. Only reason I am selling I have another car I recently purchased. No room for all of them. Car is currently registered,insured, and has a Illinois title. Under carriage is clean just minor surface rust but very nice and original. Comes with extra parts and brochures. MUST BE SEEN TO APPRECIATE! Car was chosen for the Lime Rock,CT Invitational only car show Sept 1. Will be there with car. Price is $23,000.00 or Best offer my cell is 203-870-5248 Connecticut.
  19. Wanted old restoration or unrestored Brass radiator car Would also consider basket case veteran car, Anything considered
  20. No cracks, heat spring moves freely. $500 for the pair plus shipping.
  21. Who needed 1932 brake drums? I just found some among my '32 parts stash. 50-series. Someone was wanting these a few weeks ago. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  22. Four-new in box, size 15x6, 5 bolt pattern, bolt size 4-1/2, $900.00
  23. I have 2 rear window top hatch that need a new home 1 with glass ... $125 1 frame only ..$ 100 + shipping cost from Ventura California ALSO have a pair of doors from the Plymouth 2dr Suburban wagon Rick 805-746-9011
  24. NOS 1968 Riviera Driver Side Remote Mirror Pad #1384683 $50.00 Just in! Buick part number 1384683, group 10.185 Almost UNOBTAINIUM 1968 Riviera driver side door mirror pad for remote control mirror. This part is specific to 1968 Riviera. Pad appears to be unused with some shelf wear scuffs. PM me if interested.
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