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  1. We have recently purchased a large collection of antique auto parts from a now defunct auto museum. My intention is to save these parts and make them available to the collectors and restorers that need them. A small list of what we have so far: -Dozens of wood spoke wheels from the teens and twenties -Dozens of grille shells and grille parts fro the teens thru the forties -Trunks, heaters, radios, driving lights and other accessories -Dozens of carburetors, many NOS -Water pumps, starters, generators, magnetos, many NOS -Dozens of fender skirts, many NOS -Dozen, maybe hundreds of boxes to go thru. I will post some photos as I go thru the hoard over the next weeks and months. I can deliver sold parts to Spring Carlisle and Hershey. Shipping of smaller items is not an issue, larger items might be a challenge. Any help identifying items in the photos will be much appreciated. Please be patient, it will take me a while to go through this stuff.
  2. <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> Here is my schedule heading into March .... 😎 February 25th Leaving Long Beach, California 16 feet available to Las Vegas, Nevada March 3rd Leaving Milwaukee, Wisconsin 16 feet available to Miami, Florida I can take I-65 or I-75 south March 9th Leaving Miami, Florida 30 feet available to Flemington, New Jersey Please call or text - I do not accept international phone calls Please PM or email if you live outside the lower (48) states Thanks ! Jim 260-804-6695 😁 Transporting To Travel & Tell Stories From The Road <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram I post information about stuff for sale I see all across the country along with interesting places I spot while driving ... Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005456325407 Instagram @ http://instagram.com/directenclosedautohauler/# <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><>
  3. 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
  4. How awesome is this? Everyone here in the shop is in love with this awesome little Ford panel truck which also has a great story to tell. It's essentially a one-family-owned vehicle which was purchased new to deliver pretzels for H&H Pretzels back in 1937. It remained in the factory fleet for more than 80 years and enjoyed a comprehensive frame-off restoration back in the 1990s after which it was used for promotional events. It's wearing bright red livery and the lettering is just as it was in 1937, and details like the sidemounted spare and chrome "spider" wheel covers are just plain cool. Even with a restoration that's probably old enough to drink legally, it looks great and obviously hasn't been used much since it was finished. Doors close easily, the chrome shines up nicely, and aside from a little cloudiness in the rear window glass--which is original--it looks great. Inside there's a pair of black vinyl seats, which is a nice upgrade from the usual single bucket these trucks usually carried, and the gauges are the same as those found in the passenger cars so it feels familiar behind the wheel. There's an accessory Ford heater under the dash and obviously a huge cargo bay in back. Everything works, including the dome light in back. Up front there's an 85 horsepower Ford flathead V8 that was rebuilt when it was restored and runs great today. Easy start, quiet, smooth idle, and it drives well with surprising quickness for a truck. Details are well-done, including the unique multi-colored plug wires, correct carburetor and air cleaner, and Ford Green paint on the block. We just installed a brand new $800 radiator and a new battery, so it's ready to go. Ride quality is quite good for a truck, mostly because it's based on the passenger car chassis, and the brakes were upgraded to hydraulics during the restoration. Flashy Firestone whitewalls look good, but they're probably as old as the restoration and I think it would really work well with blackwalls. I love this little truck and Melanie and I are both tempted to keep it. Unfortunately, we can't keep them all and if I'm going to have a truck, my heart is really set on a Full Classic wrecker so this one is reluctantly available for $32,900. Similar trucks have brought more at auction, and this one has the bonus of a great story and lots of documentation, including ration cards from WWII. If you can't have fun with this, you should take up a different hobby. What an awesome little truck!
  5. For Sale,1951 Cadillac,have a rolling chassis with engine and trans,last running about 5 years ago,engine is not stuck,selling for owner how has removed the body and put it on another frame. Update,.I just got the engine started and runs great,no noise,no smoke.
  6. I have a good 1963 hood spear button. It is used and shows some wear around the edges but, will be covered when by the spear when mounted. It is still very usable and looks good. Excellent driver quality. $15.00 shipped. PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  7. For sale is a very nice right/passenger's side front wheel opening molding. The molding has been polished to a beautiful shine with no rust, scratches or dents. The mounting holes are intact. There are some VERY minor use/wear marks that are not visible unless under very close scrutiny and even then hard to discern. I am talking nose to the piece close.This is a really nice piece and is ready to install. I am offering this to Forum members before I list it for sale elsewhere. $90.00 plus shipping and handling. Please PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  8. Looks pretty good for the price. Original rubber mats. Bids start at $11.5k https://www.ebay.com/itm/1949-Buick-Super-Sedanet/352978514065?hash=item522f28b091:g:bRcAAOSws41dwu6O
  9. For sale I have an excellent original GM REAR license plate frame. I believe this design is correct for 1963-1973 Buicks. The correct rear frame design has the handle at the top to help with pulling down the license plate holder to access the gas filler. The tabs for holding the license plate in place are in excellent condition. Straight with no dents or scratches. Polished to a nice shine. This is a beautiful piece that looks like new. The pictures do not do it justice. You will not find a nicer license plate frame anywhere. There is nothing to do with this frame but mount it on your car. The rear GM frame has NOT been reproduced. $90 plus shipping. Please PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  10. For sale I have an excellent original GM REAR license plate frame. I believe this design is correct for 1963-1973 Buicks. The correct rear frame design has the handle at the top to help with pulling down the license plate holder to access the gas filler. The holding tabs are in excellent condition. Straight, with no dents or scratches. Polished to a nice shine. This is a beautiful piece that looks like new. The pictures do not do it justice. There is nothing to do with this frame but mount it on your car. You will not find a nicer frame. The rear GM frame has NOT been reproduced. $90 plus shipping. Please PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  11. Quality professional restoration receiving AACA national first. Car includes wire wheels, dual side mounts, side curtains, trunk rack, hydraulic brakes and rumble seat. Chrysler stated the 72 could easily do 80mph. A team of four 72 roadsters ran LeMans in June of 1928 finishing third and fourth. Today the car is eligible to run the LeMans classic, one of the premiere car events. In excellent cosmetic and mechanical condition. The car is very agile, easy to drive and a lot of fun. The colors are very striking. Asking $54,900.00 OBO https://laidlawantiqueautorestoration.com
  12. I have a speedometer from a 67 Toronado and 2 rotors from a El Dorado. Best offer
  13. Our current batch of Ebay listings includes emblems, scripts, threaded hubcaps, Boyce motometers, data plates and other automobilia. We have changed things up a bit by making all listings 10 day duration, marking down some carryover items and adding more that start at $9.99. Brands represented include Chandler, Buick, Dodge Brothers, Durant, Hupmobile, Moreland truck, Oldsmobile, Packard, Plymouth, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Marmon, Chrysler, Desoto, Auburn, Hudson, Marion-Handley and Menominee truck. Please take a look: https://www.ebay.com/sch/rusty_packard/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p3686
  14. Here's one you don't see everyday: For Sale: 1954 Buick Roadmaster Convertible in Los Angeles, CA on eBay: For additional pictures and information: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1954-Buick-Roadmaster/303488486570 For posterity:
  15. Acquired multiple items. I am not a collector and would love for someone who is a collector have these pieces. I can send pics of additional items, but here are a few...
  16. 1941 Buick Roadmaster model 71 four door sedan. This vehicle has had a complete body off restoration, has its Senior award, and was judged at 393 out of 400 points making almost flawless. The restoration used only the best parts including a Jenkins interior. Best yet the actual miles are just over 30000. Probably one of the best 41 Roadmasters available. Priced at $36000, but will entertain reasonable offers. Vehicle is stored in Akron, Ohio. Contact me to make arrangements too see and drive. I also have additional pictures. If you are looking for a top notch restored 41 Roadmaster this one should be on your list. George Toth getoth@gmail.com
  17. I have an NOS 1979-1985 RIVIERA hood ornament for sale. It has the gold β€œR” logo, and is complete with the spring base. Ready to install. This is a genuine BUICK NOS part, in wonderful condition. This RIVIERA hood ornament went β€œNLA” from BUICK many years ago. The price is $48, plus the shipping. Also happy to ship internationally. Thanks for looking. John
  18. I have an NOS 1979-1985 RIVIERA hood ornament for sale. It has the gold β€œR” logo, and is complete with the spring base. Ready to install. This is a genuine BUICK NOS part, in wonderful condition. This RIVIERA hood ornament went β€œNLA” from BUICK many years ago. The price is $48, plus the shipping. Also happy to ship internationally. I have a couple of these NOS Riv ornaments remaining. Thanks for looking. John
  19. I have an NOS 1979-1985 RIVIERA hood ornament for sale. It has the gold β€œR” logo, and is complete with the spring base. Ready to install. This is a genuine BUICK NOS part, in wonderful condition. This RIVIERA hood ornament went β€œNLA” from BUICK many years ago. The price is $48, plus shipping. Also happy to ship internationally. I have a couple of these genuine GM, NOS 1979-1985 BUICK RIVIERA hood ornaments remaining. John
  20. Here's a nifty aftermarket front grille guard accessory that would look right at home on a 1930's to early 1940's vehicle. Overall good condition, with no dents and some pitting. Mounts in the center of the car or truck's bumper. The mounting bracket is included. It looks like this unusual grille guard survived in pretty good condition, because it was protected by a coat of black paint early in its life. What you're seeing in the photos in many cases is NOT massive corrosion and pitting, but rather the original chrome finish peaking through the black paint that was applied at some time in the past. This unusual aftermarket grille guard measures 13-3/4" high by 13-1/8" wide (width of the teeth from end to end). The price is $125, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  21. Here's a nifty aftermarket front grille guard accessory that would look right at home on a later 1930's to early 1940's BUICK. Overall good condition, with no dents and some pitting. Mounts in the center of the vehicle's bumper. The mounting bracket is included. It looks like this unusual grille guard survived in pretty good condition, because it was protected by a coat of black paint early in its life. What you're seeing in the photos in many cases is NOT massive corrosion and pitting, but rather the original chrome finish peaking through the black paint that was applied at some time in the past. This unusual aftermarket grille guard measures 13-3/4" high by 13-1/8" wide (width of the teeth from end to end). The price is $125, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  22. Here's a nifty aftermarket front grille guard accessory that would look right at home on a mid-1930's to early 1940's Oldsmobile. Overall good condition, with no dents and some pitting. Mounts in the center of the car or truck's bumper. The mounting bracket is included. It looks like this unusual grille guard survived in pretty good condition, because it was protected by a coat of black paint early in its life. What you're seeing in the photos in many cases is NOT massive corrosion and pitting, but rather the original chrome finish peaking through the black paint that was applied at some time in the past. This unusual aftermarket grille guard measures 13-3/4" high by 13-1/8" wide (width of the teeth from end to end). The price is $125, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  23. Here's a nifty aftermarket front grille guard accessory that would look right at home on a 1930's to early 1940's MOPAR car or truck. Overall good condition, with no dents and some pitting. Mounts in the center of the car or truck's bumper. The mounting bracket is included. It looks like this unusual grille guard survived in pretty good condition, because it was protected by a coat of black paint early in its life. What you're seeing in the photos in many cases is NOT massive corrosion and pitting, but rather the original chrome finish peaking through the black paint that was applied at some time in the past. This unusual aftermarket grille guard measures 13-3/4" high by 13-1/8" wide (width of the teeth from end to end). The price is $125, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  24. Here's a nifty aftermarket front grille guard accessory that would look right at home on a 1930's to early 1940's DODGE car or truck. Overall good condition, with no dents and some pitting. Mounts in the center of the car or truck's bumper. The mounting bracket is included. It looks like this unusual grille guard survived in pretty good condition, because it was protected by a coat of black paint early in its life. What you're seeing in the photos in many cases is NOT massive corrosion and pitting, but rather the original chrome finish peaking through the black paint that was applied at some time in the past This unusual aftermarket grille guard measures 13-3/4" high by 13-1/8" wide (width of the teeth from end to end) The price is $125, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  25. I have two good, used Carter Carburetor Gas Filters to sell. These are cleanable filters, period-correct from the 1940's to the 1960's They are complete, with the glass bowl and stone filter element. They are in very good condition, with no problems or defects. I have just cleaned the stone filters (simply soak in lacquer thinner or acetone), so they're ready to use. This is the low-profile version of this popular Carter fuel filter from back in the day. It was usually installed in the gas line, just before the carburetor gas inlet. The low-profile helps the filter clear the intake manifold and the air cleaner. They have a nifty period look. NOTE: Filter "B" comes with a removable angle fitting on the inlet. The price per complete, Carter Gas Filter is $45, plus the shipping. Again, I have two of these to sell. Take your pick, or purchase both! Thanks for looking. John