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  1. Long hood ?
  2. 1937 Cord Phaeton Convertible. Absolutely Beautiful. Restored. 2014 CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) Winner. “Collectible Automobile” Magazine feature car. “Good Guys” Memory Lane Award Winner. CCCA “FULL CLASSIC”. Gordon Buehrig’s Automotive Design Masterpiece. The Cord 810 is full of innovations and automotive firsts. One of the most iconic automobile designs of all time. This Cord is ready to drive, show and enjoy. Recent transmission and shifting system service. Excellent road manners. I have driven this wonderful automobile in excess of 3000 miles over the last several touring seasons. Finished in Rich Maroon with Maroon Leather interior. Palm Beach Tan dashboard with Engine Turned Instrument Panel. Tan Cloth Convertible top. Powered by Cord’s 288 cubic inch Lycoming flathead V-8. Four Speed Vacuum Electric Shift transmission. Front Drive. Concealed headlamps. AM Radio. Accessory Cord Ashtray. Sculptured Wide White Wall tires. Excellent automobile for Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club (ACD), CCCA or AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) Club events and tours. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $200,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" See this great Cord in action:
  3. Great book from 1973 that's loaded with info on more cars than you ever thought were manufactured. It's a former library book in good condition with one or two loose pages (see photos). Weighs about 7 lbs. $15.00 postpaid by Media Mail in the lower 48 States. PayPal is fine. Harold
  4. Numbers-matching LX engine rebuilt to stock configuration with consultation from Russ Miller, original BS trans also professionally rebuilt. Neither installed yet. Body is straight and very solid. Minor rust in trunk bed and under battery tray. Well optioned silver ext/black deluxe interior. Needs restoration which I no longer have time or ability to complete. Clear title in my name. $18K to a good home.
  5. I just bought a 1970 Ford and with limited space and funds, I’m putting my Black Diamond Town Coupe up for sale. Extremely original in paint top, chrome etc. 400 engine, 60,000 Florida miles. $12,000 asking price but I’ll accept the first realistic offer - this car has to go. Call me at 847-997-9944 or email me at and thanks!
  6. Three books by the " Motor Institute of America " 67 lessons with illustrations and questions. These books are from 1931 -1932 and cover all area of automotive with a few chapters on trucks. Books are 1 1/4" thick, 8 1/2" x 11" $ 50.00 shipped book rate lower 48. Gary in MN Sold
  7. Automotive Wiring Manual. Covers cars and some truck from 1912 to 1919, 648 Plates. The back cover is a little loose also the title page is there but not attached. Overall in very good condition. $ 200.00 shipped lower 48. Gary in MN
  8. Part number 169182 , unused They look familiar , mid 30's similar to Packard? $15 plus shipping Send a Private message Thanks Roy
  9. ID is U9M universal 1949 Cables free cover rough , repaint? $20 plus shipping , send zip USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Send a private message Thanks Roy
  10. City: Wellington State: Ohio Price: $65 shipped Serial number 4320472 , model A12 0 21 ? Hard to make out Looks undamaged , complete except main jet? See photos I have no history , came from a Ford repair garage $65 includes shipping in usa Send a Private message USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Thanks
  11. Good used condition Frazer hood name plate. Nice collector display piece $25 plus shipping , send zip in private message See photos for condition. USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Thanks Roy
  12. Willys instrument dash plate , 673655 , fits under column $25 plus shipping Willys " W" hood emblem plate- $25 plus shipping Willys " 6" hood emblem plate - $25 plus shipping Willys " 4 " Hood emblem plate , 2 @ $25 each plus shipping Send a Private message with zip USPMO or PayPal , buyer handles fees Thanks Roy
  13. Model AOC2 Choke cover is repairable , choke works freely. Shafts are good Made by Holley Look at photos $45 plus shipping Send a private message Thanks Roy
  14. Hollander Interchange Manual , 10 th edition from 1941, 8 3/4" x 11 1/4" 270 pages. A few illustrations mostly text. Very good condition. $85.00 shipped lower 48. Gary in MN
  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. 1931 Ford Model A Deluxe Slant Windshield Town Sedan with Dual Sidemounts. Off frame restoration to very high standards. Detailed chassis. From the long term collection of a fussy hobbyist. ALL Steel. Finished in Ford Maroon with Black wheels and Vermillion pinstripe. Outstanding Tan Mohair interior. Wood grained window trim. Sun Visors. Rear window shade. Powered by Ford’s 200 cubic inch flathead 4-cylinder engine which was rated at 40 horsepower. Electric Start. Three speed manual transmission. This Ford is equipped with lots of great features. Quail Moto-Meter. Stone Guard. Cowl Lamps. Dash Lamp. Dual Sidemounts with Ford script tire covers and Mirrors. Shocks. Firestone Wide Whitewall tires. A 6-volt Alternator and Sealed beam headlamps have been added for modern touring. Headlamp cadet visors. Vacuum windshield wiper. Driver side mirror. Trunk rack with Trunk. Passenger side tail lamp. The door even locks and unlocks with the key! Excellent automobile for AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) as well as Model A Ford Club shows, tours, and club events. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $35,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Ford in action:
  17. 1929 Packard Eight Series 633 Seven Passenger Sedan with Overdrive. Exceptional Classic Era Packard. Restored. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “Full Classic”. The Series 633 rides on a 133.5-inch wheelbase. Powered by a 320 cubic inch straight eight which Packard rated at 90 horsepower. This Packard has been equip with an Overdrive for modern touring. Cruises easily at modern highway speed. 1929 was the first year Packard used a dashboard mounted temperature gauge, Packard designed shock absorbers and chrome plating. The Seven Passenger Sedan was priced at $2,735.00 when new. Finished in Dark Green over Black with Light Green and Orange coach stripe. The interior is finished to a very high standard in tan cloth. The rear compartment features a dome lamp, Robe rail, Jump seats and a Foot rest. Wood window trim. Accessories include Trippe Speed Lamps, and Turn Signals for modern touring. Goddess of Speed Mascot. Rear mounted spare tire. Denman Black Wall tires. Driver and Passenger outside mirrors. Excellent Packard for CCCA, Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) and Packard Club Events and Tours. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $85,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Here is a link to a driving video of this wonderful Packard:
  18. Lexington 8 " x 2 1/2" light blue $ 80.00 Jeffery 6 5/8" x 3 1/8" brown $ 80.00 Buick 6" x 2 5/8" orange $ 70.00 Oldsmobile blue 7 1/4" x 2 1/2" $45.00 Overland 4 15/16" x 2 15/16" purple $35.00 Maxwell 5 1/2" x 2 1/2" blue $70.00 Paige 1915 6 1/2" x 3 1/4" dark blue $75.00 Paige The Standard of Value and Quality 7 1/2" x 3" $80.00 Oakland 7 5/8" x 2 7/8" blue $65.00 Dort 5" x 2" tan $35.00 REO 7 5/8" x 2 5/8" $ 65.00 PM with any questions. Gary in MN
  19. Buick 6" x 2 1/2" orange $ 55.00 Buick 4 1/2" x 2 1/2" yellow $ 20.00 Studebaker 5 3/4" x 2 3/4" blue $40.00 Nash 5 1/2" x 3 " blue $35.00 Pan _ American 6" x 3 " tan $80.00 Velie 6" x 3" blue $45.00 Overland 6 1/2" x 3" maroon $ 45.00 Elgin 4 3/4" x 2 3/4" green $75.00 Gary in MN
  20. $3100 entry fee. Looks like a good start to me.
  21. 28 29 and 30 Model A headlights Like new no lenses 100.00 for the pair + 30.00 Shipping Mike 303-548-7622
  22. 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.
  23. Restored 67 GS 400 & RIVIERA GS STAR WARS AIR CLEANER Complete with original knob ( mint) and NOS AC air filter $1250 + ship & insur
  24. Master Chassis Parts Book, 1936-1957, effective November 1957 as pictured. $95 includes shipped to US48 address. Contents in a 3 ring binder. Cover is from a 1958 book but all contents appear to be from the 1957 edition. Book has normal wear for its age. Look complete, but have not gone thru page by page so cannot guarantee.
  25. *SOLD* I will admit I don't know much about Maxwell, but I do like the look of this unusual 1924 Maxwell touring. My research suggests that the sidemount and cowl lights make it a sport touring, but what makes this one really stand apart is that unusual California-style top with sliding beveled glass windows. Looking it over, it has to have been installed in-period given the vintage-looking details. It was added to the standard touring body and looks very cleverly integrated, including wind wings that fold flat and seal up against the sliding windows. I've never seen anything like it but it's pretty cool. The car spent the entirety of its life in California and was brought to Ohio about 10 years ago by a collector with a large, eclectic collection and this was his first old car. He bought it like this and while it's not 100% authentic, someone obviously spent quite a bit of money on the restoration. The dark green bodywork is quite nicely done and holding up well and the leather interior has just the right amount of patina--I doubt it's original but it doesn't look too shiny and new. I like that. The brass lights should probably be nickel plated on a car of this vintage, but that's something you can change if you like and I have to admit I don't hate how it looks. I don't love the spotlights, but fortunately they're just bolted onto the windshield hinge and would be easy to remove if they're not your thing, either. A trunk out back makes it a bit practical, too. It's a substantial-looking car that looks far more expensive than it is. Mechanically, this Maxwell feels ready to go. It starts easily and runs surprisingly quietly, not at all as crude as you'd expect for a low-cost car from 1924. Performance feels about like a Model A Ford, with good torque and an eager feeling that pulls the touring up to about 35 MPH without much work. It's currently running an electric fuel pump instead of a vacuum tank, which is in place but not connected. It's neatly detailed under the hood with a few easy-to-correct details to take it up a notch (hose clamps and some wires being the main offenders), but mechanically it seems quite healthy. The clutch is pretty smooth, shifts are easy if you double-clutch, and even though they're two-wheel external contracting brakes, they are freshly rebuilt and have pretty impressing stopping power. Disc wheels were a trademark Maxwell look and they carry older tires that might be due for a replacement if you're going touring but are not visually deteriorated. It includes a complete tool set mounted on a show board, which is kind of neat. If you like the unusual, this certainly qualifies. It's also handsome and for the period, that's sometimes hard to achieve. It was obviously a quality restoration, even if it was 20 or 30 years ago, and for the most part, this little Maxwell is ready to use today. For only $17,900, it's another easy way to get into the hobby with a car that isn't the same-old, same-old. Thanks for looking!