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  1. NEW, LOWER PRICE. This is a STROMBERG AAV-16 carb, suitable for rebuilding. It's a take-off from about 45 years ago. So, there's plenty of dust and dirt on the carb exterior. That is just crud on the body. I haven't done any cleaning. However, everything moves as it should (no shafts or throttle butterflies seized or rusted). The choke is complete, and seems to function. Has the electric switch in place, for use with the gas pedal starting system. This general carburetor fits some of the following BUICKs: -1939 40 series -1941 60, 70 and 90 series -1941 and 1942 40 and 50 series -1946 and 1947 40 and 50 series However, be sure to check to make sure this carburetor is right for you. You can always PM me with the specific STROMBERG sub-number you need, and I'll check this carb's sub-number. Again, this carb is being sold as a core. It should be a good candidate for rebuilding. Don't expect to bolt it on as-as, and go down the road! The REDUCE PRICE IS $49, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  2. NEW LOWER PRICE ON THIS CARB. This is another STROMBERG AAV-16 carb I have for sale, suitable for rebuilding. I'm calling it #2. You'll notice the photos are unique to this specific carburetor. It's a take-off from about 45 years ago. So, there's plenty of dust and dirt on the carb exterior. That is just crud on the body. I haven't done any cleaning. However, everything moves as it should (no shafts or throttle butterflies seized or rusted). The choke is complete, and seems to function. Has the electric switch in place, for use with the gas pedal starting system. This general carburetor fits some of the following BUICKs: -1939 40 series -1941 60, 70 and 90 series -1941 and 1942 40 and 50 series -1946 and 1947 40 and 50 series However, be sure to check to make sure this carburetor is right for you. You can always PM me with the specific STROMBERG sub-number you need, and I'll check this carb's sub-number. Again, this carb is being sold as a core. It should be a good candidate for rebuilding. Don't expect to bolt it on as-as, and go down the road! The new REDUCED PRICE IS $49, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  3. Not mine, Just putting it out there. https://tucson.craigslist.org/cto/d/sierra-vista-1940-cadillac-lasalle-52/7059443970.html
  4. NEW, LOWER PRICE. This is another STROMBERG AAV-16 carb I have for sale, suitable for rebuilding. I'm calling it #2. You'll notice the photos are unique to this specific carburetor. It's a take-off from about 45 years ago. So, there's plenty of dust and dirt on the carb exterior. That is just crud on the body. I haven't done any cleaning. However, everything moves as it should (no shafts or throttle butterflies seized or rusted). The choke is complete, and seems to function. Has the electric switch in place, for use with the gas pedal starting system. This general carburetor fits some of the following BUICKs: -1939 40 series -1941 60, 70 and 90 series -1941 and 1942 40 and 50 series -1946 and 1947 40 and 50 series However, be sure to check to make sure this carburetor is right for you. You can always PM me with the specific STROMBERG sub-number you need, and I'll check this carb's sub-number. Again, this carb is being sold as a core. It should be a good candidate for rebuilding. Don't expect to bolt it on as-as, and go down the road! THE PRICE IS NOW REDUCED TO $65, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  5. 1929 130 coupe parts wanted Trunk, hub caps seat, window cranks all in good condition
  6. Just FYI I guess Buick’s were cheap after the war! In the late 60s I worked for a recycling place in Ks. and found several old receipts like this w titles in a draw of an old desk. They were buying these cars by the pound just pull them a cross the scales or drive them across, if they had a good tire or two they would pull them off and if there any gas in the tank they would sifen it out and pull the battery if it was any good and crush the rest. dale.tharp@gmail.com / 406 557 611one.
  7. Very rare Buick Club sedan series 91. Full calssic, complete vehicle with no parts missing for completion. All mechanic done, outstanding paint.Sidemount model, with all new tires and tube.offer welcome. Vehicle located in VA.
  8. New club 9556 headlight switch for 1934 Chrysler and possibly also Hudson. You will have to determine if this is correct for your car. $25 plus shipping
  9. One engine from a 56 special complete minus carb and exhaust manifolds. Looks pretty clean, turns by hand but running condition unknown. Been stored inside for 15+ years. $250 Pending One block only from a 56 century. Car showed 45k miles on odometer. Block looks decent but due to the water that was in it, I'd say bore it. $100 One complete 55 century 322 (no carb or intake) turns by hand. SOLD 55 century rear axle SOLD (hub to hub) Two 55 dynaflows one roadmaster one from a century $75 each Roadmaster rear axles and center carrier (spider gears and block used elsewhere) SOLD 4bbl intake $100 55 322 air cleaner repainted in great shape SOLD Crank and flexplate from 55 322 $50 Starter shields $40 55 Roadmaster power steering box and column SOLD 55 Roadmaster frame SOLD 56 century front spindles $20 pair Can be shipped via fastenal. Package deals welcome!
  10. 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
  11. This 1953 Chevrolet 150 two door sedan, was bought new by a friend of the family from Bayer Chevrolet in Long Island City in Queens NY. My father had always wanted the car and was promised first opportunity to purchase the car when the original owner decided she was going to sell it. There is ZERO rust/rot on the car and has just a little over 40,000 miles on it. My father took ownership of the car in the early 80's and I inherited the car 10 years ago. It was off the road for some time prior to my fathers passing. I installed 5 brand new bias ply tires, a new fuel tank and sender, new fuel lines, new brake lines (steel and rubber), master cylinder and wheel cylinders, as well as all brake hardware and shoes; radiator was boiled out, new water pump and hoses. carburetor was rebuilt as well as the fuel pump. It has been certified HPOF by both the AACA and VCCA. The interior is original and is in nice shape, still has the original dealer installed cover on the rear seat (I removed the cover off of the front seat it was torn and uncomfortable to sit on) The car has the cheap heater and a radio delete, as well as a three speed transmission. The car runs and drives great, my reason for selling it is that I need to start downsizing and I just don't use it. As you can see this car has all of the patina that can not be replicated. The chrome was redone by my father prior to any clubs acknowledging unrestored cars. I had to paint the rims and had them pin stripped prior to mounting the new tires. I will post more pictures of the bottom of the car later today. It is located in central Florida the price is firm at $9,000 more information please email me at johnmahchv@aol.com or PM me
  12. This is simply a great survivor Packard that was maintained its entire life. It starts easily, runs well, drives and shifts great, stops perfectly, cools and charges. Everything correct under the hood. All lights work and it is simply ready for use when you it shows up in your driveway, however I would put 4 new tires on it before motoring down the road. Motor runs smooth, but is tired. Pictures should tell the story, where else can you get a Packard like this for this price? $14,500 and located in my building in Smithfield, RI. All pictures at link: http://www.tomlaferriere.com/listings/1927-packard-4-26-sedan
  13. I have a new Quanta GM-1213A fuel tank for sale. It has been modified by Rick's Tanks (https://rickstanks.com/) for in-tank fuel injection. It fits 73-75 Buick Century Station Wagon, 76-77 Century 4-door, 76-77 Cutlass 4-door, 73-75 Regal, 73-75 Regal Station Wagon, 76-77 Regal 4-door. It does not fit a 1974 Cutlass Salon, which explains the sale. The tank does NOT come with the pump and sending unit. They are Rick's units, but they are not exclusive to this tank. $100 plus shipping. boyd@wblondon.com
  14. 55 Trunk ornament , original and very , very good condition . Special, Super & Century $255 shipped in US Bill
  15. 55 Special , Century tail light housings , very very good originals right has 2 scuffs and the back up light housing ( round part ) has a crack on the inboard side. If you have a really nice original 55 with pitted chrome , these are for you !! $425 shipped US Bill
  16. 55 Special or Century side emblems nice driver quality . The mounting studs are the same for both Special and Century . $110 per pair shipped Bill
  17. 55 Special Century rechromed lower front bumper show quality !! $575 + ship & insur . Shipping will be $90 to $100 ( that's what I paid ) Bill
  18. This is a good Carter 720-SA carb, suitable for rebuilding. It's a take-off from about 45 years ago. So, there's plenty of dust and dirt on the carb exterior. I haven't done any cleaning. However, everything moves as it should (no shafts seized or rusted). Original copper Carter I.D. tag is in place. The choke is complete, with an uncracked Bakelite housing. I believe this carb application is for 1949 to 1953 PONTIAC model 27, and 1954 PONTIAC model 28. Here's how the carburetor numbers are listed in the 1949 to 1954 pontiac shop manual, 1954 8 cyl hydra-matic WCD2122S synchro-mesh WCD720SA 1949 to 1953 8 cyl hydra-matic WCD720S, 720SA synchro-mesh WCD719S, 719SA 1953 to 1954 6 cyl all WCD2010S (The letter A means the carburetor has a anti-rattle washer on the choke shaft.) Please be sure to check to make sure this carburetor is right for you. Again, this carb is being sold as a good candidate for rebuilding. Don't expect to bolt it on as-as, and go down the road! The new, REDUCED PRICE is just $49, plus the shipping. John
  19. This is a Carter 720-SA carb, suitable for rebuilding. It's a take-off from about 45 years ago. So, there's plenty of dust and dirt on the carb exterior. I haven't done any cleaning. However, everything moves as it should (no shafts seized or rusted). Original copper Carter I.D. tag is in place. The choke is complete, with an uncracked Bakelite housing. I believe this carb application is for 1949 to 1953 PONTIAC model 27, and 1954 PONTIAC model 28. However, be sure to check to make sure this carburetor is right for you. Again, this carb is being sold as a core. Should be a good candidate for rebuilding. Don't expect to bolt it on as-as, and go down the road! The new, REDUCED PRICE is just $49, plus the shipping. John
  20. This is a STROMBERG AAVB-267 carb, suitable for rebuilding. It's a take-off from about 45 years ago. So, there's plenty of dust and dirt on the carb exterior. That is just crud on the body. I haven't done any cleaning. However, everything moves as it should (no shafts or throttle butterflies seized or rusted). The choke is complete, and seems to function. The choke plate linkage rod from the choke bellcrank looks fabricated to me. Has the electric switch in place, for use with the gas pedal starting system. This carburetor fits some the following BUICKs: -1948 to 1951, Series 70 -1953 to 1955, Series 40 and 50 However, be sure to check to make sure this carburetor is right for you. You can always PM me with the specific STROMBERG sub-number you need, and I'll check this carb's sub-number. Again, this carb is being sold as a core. It should be a good candidate for rebuilding. Don't expect to bolt it on as-as, and go down the road! The new, REDUCED PRICE is just $49, plus the shipping. John
  21. This is a STROMBERG AAVB-267 carb, suitable for rebuilding. It's a take-off from about 45 years ago. So, there's plenty of dust and dirt on the carb exterior. That is just crud on the body. I haven't done any cleaning. However, everything moves as it should (no shafts or throttle butterflies seized or rusted). The choke is complete, and seems to function. The choke plate linkage rod from the choke bellcrank looks fabricated to me. Has the electric switch in place, for use with the gas pedal starting system. This carburetor fits some the following BUICKs: -1948 to 1951, Series 70 -1953 to 1955, Series 40 and 50 However, be sure to check to make sure this carburetor is right for you. You can always PM me with the specific STROMBERG sub-number you need, and I'll check this carb's sub-number. Again, this carb is being sold as a core. It should be a good candidate for rebuilding. Don't expect to bolt it on as-as, and go down the road! The new, REDUCED PRICE is just $49, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  22. TRIMMING THE PRICE BY $10. This is a very nice, 1963-1965 Rivera passenger's side front wheel opening molding. It is a take-off from a nice Riv. parts car about 30 years ago. Good inside storage all these years. This trim piece has no dents whatsoever. There are light scratches here and there from normal wear, when it was in use on the Riv. Nothing from abuse or an accident. The proper, light buffing will easily take these out. The only blemish of note, is a small group of horizontal scratches at the lower front area of this trim piece. They are not deep, and can easily be removed by someone used to working on stainless. I've included a photo of these scratches. Please keep in mind this photo is an extreme close-up, and really amplifies the look of the scratches. I'm a picky sort, but consider this wheel opening molding good enough to use, as-is, on a nice driver Riv. For show, the scratches in the front lower area should come out, and the piece should be buffed. The new, REDUCED PRICE is now $75, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  23. Reducing the price on this nice Riv. trim piece. This is a prsentable, 1963-1965 Rivera driver's side front wheel opening molding. It is a take-off from a nice Riv. parts car about 30 years ago. Good inside storage all these years. This trim piece has light, "every day" scratches here and there from normal wear, when it was in use on the Riv. Nothing from abuse or an accident. The proper, light buffing will easily take these out. The only blemish of note, is a tiny dent in the straight area of the molding, above the tire. This very minor, shallow ding can easily be removed, since it's in a flat area of the molding, and can be accessed from behind. Anyone who has worked with stainless can easily handle this. I've included a close-up photo of this little, shallow depression. I'm a picky sort, but consider this wheel opening molding good enough to use, as-is, on a nice driver Riv. For show, the minor dent should come out, and the piece should be buffed. The price is NOW REDUCED to $75, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  24. Let's do a PRICE REDUCTION on this nice Riviera molding. This is a pretty decent, 1963-1965 Rivera driver's side rear wheel opening molding. It is a take-off from a nice Riv. parts car about 30 years ago. Good inside storage all these years. This trim piece has only light scratches here and there from normal wear, when it was in use on the Riv. Nothing from abuse or an accident. The proper, light buffing will easily take these out. There is one minor, shallow ding at the lower rear of this molding. It is small, and on the flat area of the piece, so it can easily be worked out from behind, if desired. I've included a close-up photo of this small, shallow depression. I'm a picky sort, but consider this wheel opening molding good enough to use, as-is, on a nice driver Riv. For show, the tiny dent should come out, and the piece should be buffed. The price is REDUCED to $75, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  25. I saw these on facebook in Keene NH, looks like a pair of them, really cheap. No idea of the year but you should be able to nail it down pretty easily. Seem really cheap especially with the logos on them at $65. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/2680177835640588/ Wish I could find the ones for something other than a Buick I need at this price.