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  1. 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
  2. For sale 3 NOS Mopar lower control arm kits. Two of the kits are part number 1064687 on the box and one of these has part number 939761 on the end flap. The other kit is part number 939757, this has a different pin than the other two kits. The metal parts are new and unused with some light surface rust and shop wear, the rubber parts seem a bit "stiff" and should be checked before using. A quick check of Mopar vendor sites shows these as fitting various 1939 - 1954 Plymouth, Dodge, Desoto and Chrysler vehicles based on factory substituted part numbers, but be sure to check your particular application(s). Price is $120 for all three kits, plus $25 shipping in the continental US. Send a PM or email at vpt683@gmail.com if interested.
  3. 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.
  4. This is a used light switch. I purchased it many years ago for my 1952 Buick Special.. Never had to used it.. I just had it for a spare.. $10 plus shipping . call me at 618 889 6855 no text
  5. New lower radiator hose for a 1936 to 40 Buick series 60-70-90.. $14 plus shipping .. call me at 618 889 6855.. I will not respond to any text.. NOTE: in the picture you see 1952.. I marked it wrong when I stored my stuff away years ago. But , the number of the hose is from Bob's buicks in California and the number LH360 you see under 1952 is of Bob's Buicks which indicates it is for the 1936 to 1940
  6. I have a NOS Borg Warner U-Joint. For a 1940 to 52 Buick series 40 & 50.. Standard Transmission.. $70 plus shipping. call me at 618 889 6855 .. will not respond to any text..
  7. Not mine, but about 35 miles from here, so I can go look at it if anyone is interested. I lost all my interest in it after seeing what they did to the interior! https://dallas.craigslist.org/ftw/ctd/d/denison-1933-buick-model-97/6963955421.html
  8. Two stem-wind car clocks for sale. Likely from the 1920's. One is Elgin and is approximately 3 inches in diameter, the other Waltham and is approximately 2-1/2 inches in diameter. Both are currently running, the Waltham was given a shot of WD 40 internally in order to get it started. The Waltham has no glass or front bezel and was probably mounted in an instrument case with a shared glass cover, such as Studebaker used in the mid/late 1920's. Asking $120 for the pair, shipping is $10 within the continental USA. Send a PM or email me: vpt683@gmail.com if interested.
  9. In 1978 with only 2,188 L'il Red Express trucks produced in its inaugural year, this rare original Dodge Lil Red Express truck was about as close as you were going to get to a real muscle car with a full bed. I doubt today we’ll ever get a modern truck with its big V8, side stack chrome stacks/exhaust, and cool wood package. This Lil Red Express lives up to its name by being neatly dressed up from the factory to look a little vintage with its Bright Canyon Red paint and full gold tape stripe/decal package. Sporting the original 360 cubic inch V8, the performance may still surprise you, even today. A heavy-duty TorqueFlite 3-speed automatic was the only transmission available, and it spins 3.55 gears out back, so it feels punchy around town but cruises easily on the highway. The transmission shifts easily and the torquey 360 pulls it around with the kind of enthusiasm you’d expect from a Lil Red Express truck. Mechanically this car is very sound, the brakes, steering and transmission all function as they are supposed to. The chrome dual snorkel air cleaner was also part of the package, and its dressed still to today as the factory did it, right down to the original decal on the lid. The engine bay is tidy for the originality and shows signs of routine maintenance, but no major modifications have been done which suggests its always been treated well. As for the original interior, this truck came with a uniform option: a red bench seat with matching door panels, dash, and carpet that only show very minor use. Overall, this original distinguishable 1978 Dodge Lil Red Express shows a very unique quality truck that is a fast-moving classic. If you want rare and unique, this might be it, all at a price that’s a fraction of the cost to get it there! $30,000 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions
  10. This is a very nice 1966 Pontiac GTO 2 Dr hardtop that is powered by Pontiacs famous '67 400 cubic inch engine and a '66 Pontiac Tri-Power carburetor set up. This GTO has the correct center console which houses the standard shifter for the 3 speed TH 350 automatic transmission, which transfers the power to the rear wheels. The transmission shifts easily and the torquey 400 pulls it around with the kind of enthusiasm you’d expect from a GTO with dual exhaust. Mechanically this car is very sound, the brakes steering and transmission all function as they are supposed to. With only 89,935 miles on the car, the rebuilt engine was recently refreshed with gaskets and seals and a full clean up to be ready for show, and it runs great—this is not your run-of-the-mill trailer queen. The exterior of this car is very straight and solid. There are no rust issues and the car still wears its original factory fenders with all the correct stampings. Frame is solid with no issues. The car came from the factory with a "Martinique Bronze" metallic and was repainted to the factory color. The “Cordova Black” vinyl top was replaced. The Bronze interior has also been replaced with a new interior giving the car a beautiful look from exterior to interior. Lots of fun to drive and eye catching to boot. This GTO gets everything right and has no needs. If you want the best, this might be it, all at a price that’s a fraction of the cost to get it there! $46,900 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions
  11. *SOLD* This 1923 Dodge Brothers touring is another car that represents a great way into the hobby for not a lot of cash. You won't find many cars this nicely restored for the money, and it has a great deal of recent work, including a rebuilt engine, rebuilt starter/generator, rebuilt coil and distributor, new exhaust, and more. The body and paint were refinished perhaps 20 years ago and still look great with very few signs of wear or use. The burgundy finish with black fenders is a traditional look that will always look good and the fit and finish is pretty good throughout. The hood takes some fiddling to close, but once you know what it likes it's easy, and the bumpers have been painted rather than plated but it's not that noticeable. The top is older, maybe replaced in the '50s or '60s and there's a slight tear on the passenger side rear quarter so we didn't try to put it down just in case it got worse. There's also a set of what appear to be original side curtains. The upholstery has been replaced and it's quite authentic-looking--so good that even I can't quite tell if it's vinyl or leather. The fat wooden steering wheel makes it easy to maneuver the tidy little Dodge and all the gauges are fully operational. My only real complaint is that the shifter really moves far to the left for reverse and first gear, almost under your leg, but I actually have no trouble driving it in just 2nd and 3rd, there's plenty of torque. Rear carpets are in good shape and there's a certain charm to a car with a hand-cranked windshield wiper. Look around, this is a really nice little car. The sturdy 4-cylinder Dodge engine displaces 212 cubic inches and makes about as much power as a Model A Ford, at least by feel. It was rebuilt 18 months ago and runs great, starting easily and silently (Dodges use a 12-volt electrical system and the starter/generator whispers it to life easily) and idling nicely. It likes a little bit of choke when it's cold, but once it's warm it pulls energetically and makes a nice four-cylinder bark through a fresh exhaust system. It's nicely detailed, although you could take it up a notch with little stuff like hose clamps, but it really doesn't need much. As I mentioned, the shifter is a little wonky but the transmission is just fine and it zips along at 35 MPH without any drama. The undercarriage is tidy and clean and the brakes are reasonably effective, although you really need to pay attention driving any car of this vintage. If you're going to tour I might replace those Firestone Non-Skids, which are probably at least 20 years old, but for tooling around town they're just fine. It also includes a few spare parts, tools, and the Book of Information, which I find to be a flat-out awesome name for an owner's manual. Find a nicer car for less money that's ready to tour--I'll wait. This Dodge is handsome, reasonably quick, and very easy to live with. For $17,900, you couldn't come close to duplicating it and it's all but ready to go on the road or to casual shows. Want a tough, easy-to-service, nicely finished, attractive early car that you can practice on? You can't do much better than this. Thanks for looking!
  12. Salvaged 1936 Derby Bentley chassis. Side shift transmission 4 speed, hand brake and pedal assembly, front hubs, wheels & brakes, steering and column, all present. Ignition switch, starter button, fragments of dash, cowl, windshield frame. Will part out, looking for offers. 815 403 3803
  13. Rlobbe

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    This trunk came from my grandfathers car, maybe a model T, but he worked at the detroit packard plant too. Look familiar? Thanks
  14. 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!
  15. This is an exceptional example of a frame off restoration 1952 Ford F1 Truck that is powered by a 239 cu in 100hp Flathead V8 engine which is backed up by a 3 speed On-the-Tree manual Transmission. Everything from top to bottom has been meticulously restored/redone including a 12 volt upgrade which shows. The beautiful combination this F1 Ford Truck wears is complete, with the original factory trim tag and exterior/interior that is just beautifully done. Of course, everything is new inside the truck, including rubber mats, upholstered seats, door panels, and the chrome/gauges on the dash, making it look quite crisp in person. The exterior is presented in Axalta Coral Flame Red that is very straight and solid. The interior has also been replaced with a new Tan/Brown two tone interior giving the truck a beautiful look from exterior to interior. Lots of fun to drive and eye catching to boot. The paint is modern urethane, so it should look great for years to come with only modest maintenance and given that it has been driven so seldom, there are no notable demerits that we need to mention. This truck is extremely well detailed in every way that matters. It has a gorgeous new oak bed, black painted bumpers and stainless that shines like new! It has been completely restored that shows a quality Ford truck that gets everything right and has no needs. If you want the best, this might be it, all at a price that’s a fraction of the cost to get it there! $34,900 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions
  16. 1935 Ford Coupe Steel Body & Fenders Built 289 cu in V8 Engine Ford Top Loader 4 Speed Manual Transmission 8 inch Rear End Aluminum Western Rims Kelly Springfield Radials Holley Electric Fuel Pump Disc Brakes Martz Reinforced Chassis HoC Candy Apple Oriental Blue Paint Rod Francis Wire Works Wire Kit Power Windows Tinted Windows Dual Exhaust New Chrome Bumpers and re-chromed Grill Custom Stitched Tan Leather Interior Artie Burl Interior/Exterior Pin Stripping Car was restored in 1985 but still looks great! One of the prettiest and nicest coupes around built from frame up! 12,250 actual miles since since restoration. $34,900 Please call (304) 376-9057 for any questions!
  17. 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 mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  18. 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 mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  19. For Sale 1942-56 Olds parts some NOS some used what do you need call of email me. Thanks!!!. 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  20. I have for sale a 1038 Olds NOS left front fender in excellent condition. Price $600.00 plus shipping. 1-262-392-2989 or mribbich@wi.rr.com Marv.
  21. 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
  22. casting numbers 1283869 w/ flapper and thermos spring. check your casting number to verify fit $275 plus shipping no text messages 906-280-4304
  23. 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.
  24. 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