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  1. LETS TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT as I want to get rid of many of my parts !!! MAKE A {{{{REASONABLE OFFER $$}}}} on a car part you want, Don't say you want to "buy it all in a lot" as some of you have and then after a lot of figuring and wasting my time you do not buy anything. I will say "yes or no" on your reasonable offer per part. Look over the pictures and contact me with the picture number and description of what part or parts you want . I do not have an itemized list of these parts, just pictures, ((( if you don't see the part your looking for in these please don't ask if I have a part, as I don't ))) Contact: durocar@aol.com PAGE 1
  2. I have two complete sets of "AUTOMOBILE QUARTERLY" Books for sale including all volumes plus the extra, special addition books. Excellent condition. Price is $1,750 per set plus shipping. Shipping will be heavy & expensive and sent in multiple boxes OR FREE HERSHEY DELIVERY if pre-sold and pre-paid. Cell 330-323-0586 or reply to ad
  3. For Sale: I have a 63 Riv dash pad that has been re-covered in Silver vinyl. Looks very nice. I chose to use a 64 dash pad because of speaker location issues on my build. $150 plus shipping. Fitzo1969@gmail.com
  4. For Sale: Gauge set from 64 Riviera. Fair condition. SpeedO, Fuel, clock and circuit board. $100 plus shipping. Fitzo1969@gmail.com
  5. complete PS setup incl pump gear and a torque tube. email me dualghia@hotmail.com Menlo park,cal
  6. 1953 Ford Victoria. Full off-frame restoration, Engine and transmission rebuilt. AACA Senior, 2013 AACA National Nominee. Perfect condition, with lots of options. Rare one of a kind restoration. Sacrifice for $24,000.00 Call - 352-513-2506Email - stastny47@yahoo.comIt has won many awards through AACA including Senior, and recently received first preservation award at winter meet in Ocola, Fl. It was also nominated for a National AACA Award in 2013. This vehicle has the following options:Electric Clock, Non-Glare Mirror, Super Range 8 tube Radio, Rear Speaker, Coronado Deck, Deluxe Steering Wheel, Rear Fender Shields, Hood Bird Ornament, Exhaust Deflectors, Dual Exhausts, Back-up lights, Power Steering, Windshield Washer, Rocker Panel Trim, automatic transmission.Vehicle is painted Seafoam Green with correct Raven Black top and Coronado Deck. Paint is single stage Urethane. Engine is rebuilt and has frame off restoration. One of a kind 1953 Ford Victoria.
  7. AACA 49th ANNUAL AUTOMOTIVE FLEA MARKET & CAR SHOW May 23rd & 24th open at 8am Since its inception at the armoury in Blackstock, the Antique Automobile Club of America, Ontario Region has been hosting its automotive flea market and car shows for over 48 years. We have grown in size to include over 600 outside vending sites and over 200 inside vending sites. Located at the Lindsay Fair Grounds at the intersection of Angeline St. South & Highway # 7, you will find everything automotive, past, present & future! From car parts to automotive themed clothing, toys, auto insurance, memorabilia, manuals, car brochures and much more. There is a large car show both days, with DJ music, and if you are looking to get into the car hobby there is even a car sales corral! Come visit the club booth inside the Commonwell building, we are proud supporters of MADD, (Mothers against Drunk Drivers), so please come visit them and the OPP interactive display. Come for the day, or spend the weekend! There is on site camping and the host hotel, Days Inn & Suites is just north on Angeline St. There is all kinds of delicious food available on site, and a beer garden for your enjoyment. Admission is $7 per person each day with children under 12 free, onsite parking is free with the price of admission. For more information check out the car club website www.aacaontario.ca or facebook.com/aacaontario Any questions please email us at aacaontario@hotmail.com
  8. 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!
  9. This is a running, yard drivable Electra convertible. It will need brake drums to be road driven, has new shoes, but pulses. The 401 is now running half decent, DynaFlow shifts proper. Replaced plugs, cap, rotor, points and wires. It needs body work as well as floor work due to rust along the rocker panel areas. Main X frame is good. Car is located in London Ontario area and can be shipped. Power windows and clock work. A project car or just make into a decent driver. I've lost interest due to floor work necessary(seller was dishonest about condition).
  10. Not mine just showed up Here
  11. 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
  12. This is a pair of Delco Remy Lovejoy shock absorbers. They may have had othere terms for these rather than shock absorbers. I note they are numbered and one is a "1-R" and "2-R" I assume the R refers to rear. I have a selection of axle attachments as well but no pairs. If you have an example of the one you need I will check and see if I can match it. I do not know if these were OEM or just after market. If they were OEM and someone knows what they are off of please share that information with us. I am asking $150.00 for the pair plus postage if required. Let me know if you need other pictures of these units Tanks for eading this ad.
  13. Year/Make/Model:1940 Lincoln Zephyr Convertible Coupe Price: $25,000 OBO Location: Omaha, NE Contact: (402) 312-7640 or rick.gregg@zephyrist.com Too many projects and not enough time! Up for sale is a VERY RARE 1940 Lincoln-Zephyr Convertible Coupe. There are not more than 18 known survivors of this car left. There is no motor in the car, however Lincoln-Zephyr motors of this era are available. Otherwise, this car is complete and comes with all the rare parts specific to this model. Interested in learning more about Lincoln-Zephyr restoration? check out www.lzoc.org
  14. I have 2 sets of copper-clad manifold gaskets for 1929 Buick 6, Models 121-129 and 1930 Buick 6, Models 50-60. These are old original Victor brand, #MS-12085. $40 per set, or $75 for both sets, plus shipping.
  15. I have a NOS exhaust Y-pipe for 1966 and 1967 Buick Special and Skylark with the V-6 or the 300 V-8. This is genuine GM, so it fits right. Part # 1375977 $75 plus shipping.
  16. I have a NOS exhaust Y-pipe for the 1966 and 1967 Special and Skylark with the 340 V-8 engine. This is genuine GM so it fits right. Part # 1375649 $75 plus shipping
  17. 1956 was the first year for revised styling on the Corvette and to my eye, it's the best-looking of the first-gen solid axle cars. This particular '56 is not only wearing an extremely expensive frame-off restoration, but it is equipped with virtually every single option you could get in 1956: dual-quad 265 cubic inch V8, power windows, power top, two-tone paint, AM radio, heater/defroster, windshield washers, courtesy lights, and a removable hardtop in addition to the folding soft top. Better still, it has been in the same family since 1962 and they finally treated it to a cost-no-object restoration about three years ago. It's just spectacular. The color is Venetian Red, which has plenty of orange in it, but with the beige side cove it looks amazingly sophisticated. There weren't a lot of choices in 1956 and this was the most popular option, and it's easy to understand why. Paint and bodywork are exemplary, but not perfect, with the goal being to make it look factory correct, not modern flawless. It does fit together quite well, with doors that close easily and good gaps all around; most of the fiberglass demons have been excised. All the chrome and stainless trim was restored to show standards, so it just glitters against the paint. What a great-looking car! The red interior was also restored for show and looks very correct, from the textured seat covers to the tight-weave carpets and matching red floor mats. A band of beige paint highlights the dashboard and ties it into the side coves, and the gauges are carryover from 1955 with the speedometer in front of the driver and everything else in the center. All the gauges work, including the tach, which is driven from the generator, and even the total revolutions counter is still doing its thing. Everything works: power windows, courtesy lights, wipers, Wonderbar AM radio, and yes, the power top will open the rear deck (after you disconnect the top and press the release button) and lower itself inside. Pretty cool if not exactly effortless. The hardtop has been correctly restored with a headliner that matches the seats. The trunk is fully finished with a reproduction mat and a matching spare tire assembly tucked underneath. There's no such thing as matching numbers in a 1956 Corvette, but it's a correct 265 cubic inch V8 topped by a pair of 4-barrel carburetors, a combination rated for 225 horsepower (I do not believe this car has the optional high-lift cam). It's fully rebuilt and detailed very well, right down to the proper tags on the cars and just the right amount of Chevy Orange overspray on the manifolds. That overspray strongly suggests that it hasn't been driven much since the restoration was finished, but it does drive beautifully. It starts easily and idles quite well, so they spend the time they needed to on the tuning. Everything under the hood was rebuilt and finished the way the factory would have done it, including the little chrome air cleaners and all the ignition shielding components are in place. The chassis is highly detailed, including reproducing the manufacturing stencils on the side of the frame, and correct finishes were used throughout: satin black for the metal parts and bare fiberglass everywhere else. It tracks straight, brakes true, and that eager small block doesn't have to work hard with so little mass to pull around. The 3-speed manual shifts well enough and 3.70 gears give it plenty of punch, although I'm not sure I'd want to drive it cross-country with tall gears like that. Around town, however, it's plenty wicked. Reproduction 6.70-15 BFGoodrich Silvertown wide whites on factory wheels and hubcaps are the right choice. I don't get many cars of this quality (because there aren't many), and the long list of options and long-term ownership history suggest that someone believed it was worth doing right. At $99,900, it's more than your average driver 'Vette, but it's pretty close to being ready for the field at Bloomington Gold. This is a really nice car. Thanks for looking!
  18. Sadly, it's time to let the next custodian take over!!! I have owned this rust free Skylark for almost 25 years. I purchased it in 1995 from a fellow whose family owned it in Argentina!! It has been tediously restored over a 16 year period to exact authenticity, and was finished in 2011. Powder coated everything(except frame) to include the transmission, steering box, and steering pump cases, along with nuts and bolts!! Even the radio case and hardware have been powder coated. I wanted it to last forever. Wins wherever it goes. BCA gold Senior(399/400) in 2011. BCA Preservation(400/400) in 2012. AACA first JR.. in 2012. AACA Sr. in 2016. AACA Second Grand National in 2018. All documents, receipts and photographs, along with 2 different appraisals are included. Sure to please the most discriminating buyer. All interesting trades considered. Below is a link to about 90 photos. $199,999.00 Steve 412-638-2647 https://photos.app.goo.gl/FqZ1in6z1GWPTunN6
  19. Sadly, it's time to let the next custodian take over!!! I have owned this rust free Skylark for almost 25 years. I purchased it in 1995 from a fellow whose family owned it in Argentina!! It has been tediously restored over a 16 year period to exact authenticity, and was finished in 2011. Powder coated everything(except frame) to include the transmission, steering box, and steering pump cases, along with nuts and bolts!! Even the radio case and hardware have been powder coated. I wanted it to last forever. Wins wherever it goes. BCA gold Senior(399/400) in 2011. BCA Preservation(400/400) in 2012. AACA first JR.. in 2012. AACA Sr. in 2016. AACA Second Grand National in 2018. All documents, receipts and photographs, along with 2 different appraisals are included. Sure to please the most discriminating buyer. All interesting trades considered. Below is a link to about 90 photos. $199,999.00 Steve 412-638-2647 https://photos.app.goo.gl/FqZ1in6z1GWPTunN6
  20. I have a very nice Solar brand carbide generator for a brass-era car. It's in really good condition with just a little indentation in the top area. Can be either base mount or side mount. Asking $900 USD plus shipping from Canada.
  21. 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
  22. I think these are from the 60's? , has chrome metal horns instead of plastic used on later sets 5 horns , compressor runs. No Switch . See photos $45 plus shipping Send zip in private message USPMO or PayPal Buyer handles fees Photos coming Thanks Roy
  23. I am not sure which side or front or back door. It does not move although I have no interest in forcing it. I could use bumper bolts at the bumper ends that connect the front bumper bar to the spring bar. Forgive the terminology not sure what it is called. Let me know if you need it. Tony.
  24. Pair of stainless headlamps trim/doors for 1953 Buick. Couple of minor dings in each one. Easily repaired by good stainless guy. More pics available. $65 shipped to lower 48.
  25. Pair of # 4 US made Balloon type Gabriel Snubbers. Need restoration but are complete including axle attachments. This pair has no axle attachments shown or selected but I will include 1 or a pair if I have a pair that work for you. .. let me know your needs. A lot of the ones I have are singles not pairs The number 4 model would be for a bigger car... model 1 would be for a smaller car. The price is $150 US Funds for the pair as displayed plus a axle piece plus shipping Let me know if you need other pictures or have other questions.