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  1. Hi, I have just listed on eBay a group of rare early car data plates. All appear to be unused and in NOS condition with light surface wear. I unfortunately do not have any information on the age / model(s) they apply to (sold as-found). See eBay listings below: Hispano Suiza: https://www.ebay.com/itm/392856637260 Marion Motor Car Company - 2 Different Versions: https://www.ebay.com/itm/363035019308 https://www.ebay.com/itm/363035019308 Amplex - Simplex Motor Car Company: https://www.ebay.com/itm/363035016333 The Black - Black Manufacturing Company Chicago Illinois: https://www.ebay.com/itm/392856627632 Hassler Shock Absorbers - Robert H Hassler Inc (1914-1915 patent dates listed) https://www.ebay.com/itm/392856625108 Maxwell - Briscoe Motor Company https://www.ebay.com/itm/392856631177 Waverley Department - International Motor Car Company of Indianapolis Indiana https://www.ebay.com/itm/363035017279 Thanks for your interest! Mike
  2. For Sale on Craigslist 1967 Cadillac Eldorado in Norman, OK - $13,500 - Text or call Chris: 405 738 6082 Link: https://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/cto/d/norman-1967-cadillac-eldorado/7150450448.html Seller's Description: 1967 ELDORADO factory 429 and front wheel drive transmission (first year) This one was my Dads favorite Cars (First year for this 3 year iconic body style) always garage kept, 117,000 original miles, drives nice and runs fantastic RARE factory Color black interior and carpet. This car has been babied all it life. always garaged kept. $13500 OBO clean title in hand. text or call 405 738 6082 sell or partial trade for ? 3
  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. ***************************************************** Click Here To See Where I Am Today What My Actual Customers Say Click Here ***************************************************** July 5th Available to transport from Lexington, Kentucky Heading west along the I-40 corridor to Oklahoma, City, Oklahoma area 30 feet - 7000 pound capacity - 8 foot rear door I can pick up and drop off along the way Picking up in Oklahoma City - continuing west on I-40 to Bakersfield, California 12 feet - 2000 pound capacity - 8 foot rear door Thanks ! Please call or text Jim 260-804-6695 ***************************************************** ***************************************************** I dropped off this 1925 Model T Tudor at The MTFCA Museum on June 16th, 2020 This marks the 11th Model T safely transported by me to this museum in the past several years This is a true survivor in largely original condition ***************************************************** Click Here To See Where I Am Today What My Actual Customers Say Click Here ***************************************************** 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/# *****************************************************
  5. 1928 Chrysler Type 72 Roadster Parting out. No body parts available. Parts Available include: Complete frame Frame cover Steering wheel Steering Box Steering column Steering mount Steering Front fenders with mounting brackets (5 out of 10) Rear fenders with mounting brackets (6 out of 10) Running boards (2 out of 10) Carburetor Starter Stewart Vacuum fuel system Red Head 6 cylinder Motor (frozen) Transmission (? out of 10) Brake hydraulics Gas tank Wire wheels Brakes Suspension Drive shaft Everything is rusty, but only a few holes. Let me know about parts you may need and I will let you know.
  6. I have a 49 super rear end drum to drum with torque tube ,+2extra rear shocks,2 new wheel cyl ,2wheel cyl rebuild kits,front brake drums ,new set of brakes ,voltage reg ,generator and relay ,fuel pump ,carb body,some gaskets ,new headlight sw,battery tray top w/ boltsand more.150$ takes it all .I am limited in garage space so I cant take the time to sell seperate items.really don't want to scrap these parts as car only had 60,000 org miles and has been stored inside for a long time.cash only ,pick up onlyaldealy%7 @gmail.com.Hope someone can use these parts.ps not tires and rims they are on for loading only
  7. For Sale on Craigslist 1968 Cadillac Eldorado in Southern Indiana - $9,500 - Contact Dan 812 525-0158 Link: https://louisville.craigslist.org/cto/d/salem-1968-cadillac-eldorado-1-owner/7151569232.html Seller's Description: ONE OWNER.. 1968 Cadillac Eldorado.. exceptional body condition- no rust. Full documentation with original bill of sale from dealer 1968, original keys etc. Clear Title! Please call for more detail. These cars are selling over $35,000 on Classic Cars sites. No major issues, rides and drives, air works. All documentation goes with car. No accidents - Call for more details. No Trades. Price is FIRM, first $9,500
  8. For Sale on Craigslist 1971 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible in Bella Vista, Arkansas - $14,500 - Call or text Ken at 479 633 5042‬ Link: https://fayar.craigslist.org/cto/d/bella-vista-1971-cadillac-fleetwood/7137173043.html Seller's Description: Usually, the top goes down and the price goes up… Not true for this top of the line Cadillac. This is affordable classic that will only appreciate in value. Very original car. Dark jade paint and dark jade leather interior Original paint Original chrome Original leather interior is in amazing condition for 49-year-old car. Nice soft-top 67,500 original miles Same owner for last 19 years Always garaged. Engine / automatic transmission numbers matching Options: Power top, power steering, tilt, power locks, power seats, air conditioning, heat/ defrost, AM/FM 8-Track, original jack and spare All gauges are working Starts right up! Runs and drives great! Call or text Ken at 479 633-5042‬
  9. This is a complicated story, so bear with me. The black '37 Roadmaster that fell out of the back of the New Hampshire barn last year, and is the subject of a superbly written article by Tom Smith in this month's Buick Bugle, is now mine. Tom bought the car last year, drove it from New Hampshire to Texas (with an interruption in Cleveland, Ohio due to fuel starvation problems). Other than needing a new fuel filter and new brakes, which was done during the trip, the car made the trip just fine at interstate highway speeds! It has its original 320 straight eight, and except for front seat upholstery, the interior is totally original and in amazing condition. Paint is an older repaint. The fall out of the barn damaged the grille, front bumper, front bumper braces, and the sheet metal shell around the grille (I have a replacement shell coming). It did not touch the hood, the radiator, or the engine. Odometer shows 41,000 miles--I could be convinced based on interior condition, but I'm not going to speculate about that. Engine is very, very healthy and does not smoke. Remember, it just completed a 2,000-mile trip! This week, I received the car and its clear Texas title from Tom Smith, in exchange for considerable work that we did on his other, restored, 1937 Roadmaster--minus the heater and the windshield wipers , which he had us transfer to his other Roadmaster. I think I have most of the needed wiper parts among my parts stash. I have paid for and will soon be receiving a good grille shell for this car (have not located a Roadmaster grille--Limited or Roadmaster only--a very good welder might be able to repair the old one). What would you do if you owned this car now? Drive it as-is? I do not need another project. Do a total restoration? Part it out? Fix only the collision damage and then sell to recover my costs? My feeling is that it's too good to part out. It actually runs and drives better than the restored '37 Roadmaster that we worked on last month. It lacks side-mounts but is extremely solid, showing no rust nor wood deterioration. I will sell it for $5,500 with the replacement grille surround and with all wiper parts I can round up for it. It can be driven home. If a buyer is interested, I will restore the rest of the damage to the best of my ability at additional cost--front bumper mount areas will need to be straightened and undamaged bumper mounts found. I have located a replacement bumper. In the near future, the car will need the exhaust manifold pieces replaced, as there are a couple of cracks beginning. I have replacement parts for that here--price negotiable. I"m really on the fence as to what to do. The Roadmaster is located in Bonham, Texas 75418 , which is 75 miles northeast of Dallas. All constructive opinions, suggestions, and inquiries are welcomed. At this time, I am not selling any parts from this car. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  10. I have multiple updraft carbs for sale. May be of good use to someone. (1) Holley aluminum body, 2 5/8" c-c on bolts (2) Zenith cast body, 2 3/4" c-c on bolts (3) Zenith cast body, 2 3/4" c-c on bolts (4) Zenith cast body, 2 3/4" c-c on bolts cross mount (5) Marvel cast body, 2 5/8" c-c on bolts (6) Zenith aluminum body, 2 3/8" diagonal mount (early chev?) All carbs appear complete and throttle & chokes are free. Not sure of each application $40.00 each plus shipping or buy them all for $160.00 plus shipping
  11. This is an original, in-box, AC PF 7 oil filter. It has the nut on the top (or bottom, I guess), that some guys like on their high point restorations. It has that very period look, compared to a non-nut PF 7. For 1959 to 1965 BUICK, OLDSMOBILE, PONTIAC, and CADILLAC. This filter is in very good condition, with no paint issues. The price is $80, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  12. 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
  13. I have four pressure brake bleeder adapters for sale, all of them are in like new condition. $30/each plus shipping Branick 41G9 size: 3-1/2" x 6-1/2" Branick 42G size: 3-3/4" x 7-3/4" KD2417 size: 3" x 8" EIS T4400 size: 3" x 6" (Military truck application, Jeep I believe)
  14. This will be a great memorabilia item for any OPEL owner. I purchased this unusual BUICK OPEL porcelain sign from Ralph Crisp many years ago. As some of you know, Ralph was a long-time BUICK factory service rep., who had great expertise and recall for most things BUICK technical from the late 1930's to the 1970's. Ralph worked out of the BUICK Kansas City zone office toward the end of his career. Ralph told me this BUICK OPEL sign was displayed outside that make's dealer support office door in the zone building. I believe Ralph may have "acquired" this sign, when BUICK stopped selling OPEL's through its North American dealerships. This is likely a very limited production sign, made for BUICK corporate use only. High quality porcelain. Two-sided. Just a few tiny nicks on the edges, as shown in the photos. Measures 9" high by 9-3/8" wide. You just don't see much in OPEL porcelain signs. The photos show both side of the sign. The price is $195, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking.
  15. This will be a great memorabilia item for any OPEL owner. I purchased this unusual BUICK OPEL porcelain sign from Ralph Crisp many years ago. As some of you know, Ralph was a long-time BUICK factory service rep., who had great expertise and recall for most things BUICK technical from the late 1930's to the 1970's. Ralph worked out of the BUICK Kansas City zone office toward the end of his career. Ralph told me this BUICK OPEL sign was displayed outside that make's dealer support office door in the zone building. I believe Ralph may have "acquired" this sign, when BUICK stopped selling OPEL's through its North American dealerships. This is likely a very limited production sign, made for BUICK corporate use only. High quality porcelain. Two-sided. Just a few tiny nicks on the edges, as shown in the photos. Measures 9" high by 9-3/8" wide. You just don't see much in OPEL porcelain signs. The photos show both side of the sign. The price is $195, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking.
  16. One neat old specialty repair tool is never enough....right? So, I have two for you to choose from. They are both designed for the same purpose. These tools were created to save the mechanic's time, when needing to do transmission and clutch work on the 1939 BUICK. These specialty service tools eliminate the need to disassemble the torque tube, or remove the rear differential. The '39 rear end is mounted on coil springs. One end of these jacks mounts on the front of the differential housing, while the other anchors on the frame crossmember just behind the transmission. Operating the ratchet jack puts pressure on the rear end, and pivots it slightly backward, as the coil springs arch to the rear of the car. This slight rearward movement of the rear end and torque tube enables the front of the torque tube to be disconnected by the torque ball, and creates space for the tranny and clutch components to be removed. This tool is a great time saver. I heard about this '39 BUICK specialty service tool many years ago. But, never saw one, until I had the chance to buy both of these about ten years ago. Now, it's time to get one or both of these out into circulation. Take your choice of either of these tools. While each has slightly different design features, both perform the identical function. The one with the sideways crank by the rear end must be designed to keep the rear end and coil springs straight, as you exert the rearward force. At least that's my take on that one. Again, either one should do the work intended. Please PM me, if you have questions. The price for either is just $95, plus the FedEx Ground shipping. Pick-up in central Wisconsin is also possible. Thanks for looking. John
  17. So I think everyone knows this car. There's a thread of mine in me and my buick. I believe there's also a thread from the previous owner. The car starts easy, runs well, and drives like a cloud. A rust-free survivor with just over 13k miles on the clock and it shows. Power steering, power brakes, and power antenna all function well. Factory tinted glass keeps the interior easy on your eyes. Selectronic radio (auto tuning with foot button) stopped working but the car includes 2 parts radios. Gas gauge also stopped, I suspect bad ground. The interior is gorgeous, there are a couple holes in the carpet and one seam in the seat that need some help. The trunk has the original liner and original spare tire. The windows roll up and down smooth and the doors shut like new. A rear speaker was installed with a period correct cover, speaker switch should be installed for the authentic look (I have a bezel but no switch). She has brand new tires (42 miles on them), all new engine gaskets including head gasket, transmission was rebuilt 10+ years ago and new mounts just done this year. Water pump and fuel pump are freshly rebuilt. New battery, new points, plugs, wires, coil, cap, and condenser. Also have a pertronix unit for the car if you prefer. I bought the car in Georgia (no titles) and have gone through the NC titling process. Titles are delayed due to COVID, but I have the registration and owners card in my name. Title will come with when it arrives. Car will idle for 30 minutes plus but then heats up after 15-20 miles of driving and will overheat if you don't stop. Reverse can be finicky (have to slide the shifter in and out of gear a few times). Heater core is out for replacement (comes with 3) and it's missing the driver side view mirror. Car comes with my building of parts including set of older white wall bias ply tires (for archival showing), 3 extra rims, dog dish caps with trim rings, 2 more 322s, dynaflow transmission, extra radiator, extra carburetor, spare power steering box with column and pump, extra spark plug covers, extra valve covers, extra water pump, 4 extra fuel pumps, and more. I can't find much to value it on, not even hagerty. Its 66 years old and has some bumps and bruises and still needs some love to make a driver out of it. I figure I best start high, easier to go down than up. $15k obo. Shocked? Make me an offer....
  18. 1932 Buick Phaeton Sport- Series 50 Straight 8. A nice 1980's restoration of a rare Buick. a really pretty car that runs and drives well. Fawn leather, interior, good top, and well preserved or an older restoration. Not many of this body style were produced from my research, and only a few remain that are known about. Car is a "classic", and has those beautiful lines from the GM cars made in 1932. Engine and frame needs to be detailed and would make a nice show car as well as a good tour car. Offered at $32,500 OBO for a quick sale. Car is located in Franklin Lakes, NJ. Call Renee James Collector Cars for additional details and to make an appointment to see the car in person. 201-264-8969
  19. Here's a link to a C/L ad for a rebuilt Chrysler Overdrive that is listed on C/L in Iowa: ($1300, phone number in ad) https://cedarrapids.craigslist.org/pts/d/north-liberty-1936-chrysler-overdrive/7141559433.html
  20. For sale on Craigslist 1966 Cadillac DeVille Convertible in Shipensburg, PA - $15,000 - No phone # provided, reply to Seller through Craigslist email to 00d1b54fdb6b339dbe32451671a25582@sale.craigslist.org Link: https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/cto/d/shippensburg-1966-cadillac-deville/7151071049.html Seller's Description: Super clean 1966 Cadillac Convertible DeVille. This beautiful car is all original, has been well maintained and runs well! My father purchased this car in 1966 and it has been garage kept the entire time. It was never driven or sitting out in bad weather. My dad had some repainting done on it years ago just as touch ups but unfortunately the paint was not an exact match. Currently I take it on short trips in to town occasionally. This car was never in an accident and has never been misused. The interior is white leather and in immaculate condition, the dash is pristine with NO cracks and the carpet has minimal wear. Complete with power windows, power locks, air conditioning. The convertible top is in excellent shape. Cash only, no checks, no scams!
  21. This looks like an awfully nice deal, asking $15,200 obo. Brand new interior, rebuilt engine, chrome and paint look good. Another solid MoPar. https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/dodge/coronet/2409889.html?refer=saturday&utm_source=saturday&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2020-06-27
  22. For Sale on Craigslist 1953 Chrysler New Yorker 4-door Sedan in Amherst, New York - $12,900 - Call or text Fran: 716 597 7099 Link: https://buffalo.craigslist.org/cto/d/buffalo-1953-chrysler-new-yorker/7150357964.html Seller's Description: 1953 Chrysler New Yorker. 28,000 original miles. Original paint and interior. Auto/w safety clutch. 331 Cubic inch Hemi. Fire Power V8. Third owner. Stored inside garage.
  23. 1973 Racing Car Year 1977 Motor Racing Year $20.00 each postpaid USA
  24. For Sale on Craigslist 1954 Chrysler New Yorker Hemi Deluxe Tribute car in Belchertown, MA - $14,000 - Call Chris 413 575-8600 On 6/30, Seller increased price to $14,900 https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/cto/d/belchertown-1954-chrysler-new-yorker/7145330836.html Seller's Description: Originating from San Francisco this beautiful turquoise 1954 New Yorker was commissioned with one other 1954 New Yorker on or about 1995, coupled with with the creation of the factory sanctioned "Chrysler Historic Racing". The intent of the creation of the two Chrysler Hemis was for their participation to run in historical automotive events and rallys by a renowned and famous SF auto aficionado who created and owned this one, part of his collection of over 40 plus classics. The two 1954 Chryslers have identical beautifully painted graphics honoring those individuals who raced the 1951-1954 Hemi powered cars. There are only two known to exist with this historical events provenance. The other Chysler is owned in the San Francisco Bay area by a gentleman who recently reached out to me, and who races and rallies in historic events. It was very interesting to learn the back story of these two unique cars. These Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe cars can best be defined as a Tribute cars. They are truly a beautiful, unique, and classic, architecturally interesting creation of iron and steel. You will not find another one like it. Having existed in California for most of its time, the overall condition of the Chrysler is excellent, unlike most classics which originated and existed in the Northeast drawing closer to iron oxide each day. This beautiful turquose (Glasier Blue) New Yorker participated in the California Mille Miglia, La Carrera Nevada, ( I have the website of this race, and photos of the New Yorker participating in it) factory sanctioned Chrysler Historic Racing events and many others. I have a wonderful correspondences regarding the Chrysler's history from the previous owner's son, again a very notable automobile aficionado in the industry. The 1954 Chrysler New Yorker Deluxe qualifies for many historical events such as the aforementioned as well as the Italian Mille Miglia the 1000 mile historical race, run from Rome to Brescia. Powered by a 331 c/i Hemi, it runs wonderfully with a exhilarating exhaust note and timbre from its dual exhaust. A very original car in many respects, including the workers chalk marks in a couple of places at time of its production in 1953-1954. Very nicely documented with a portfolio of receipts, photos, workshop manuals and a clear title. For more information, I may be contacted exclusively by TELEPHONE ONLY. **Please, NO TEXTS. Respectfully texts will not be replied to. Serious buyers always have conversations with sellers. Shown by appointment. Serious inquiries appreciated. If you are reading this ad, it is available. You needn't inquire as such. I cancel my advertisements immediately after sale. Thank you for the interest, and enjoy the photos. $14,000 or Best Offer.