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  1. I am looking for a Baby Bugatti around Texas.Is there anyone interested?Authentic Models had one sometimes ago. Thank you Stephane
  2. hey guys is anyone or does any one have a 1964 riviera junker that they are willing to sell i don't care what condition the car is in please reply thanks guys
  3. Here is a great clip of two classics, note the red cloth on the running board!!
  4. 1962 BUICK LESABRE SEDAN for sale **RUNS** $1700 Engine: 401 cu. Nailhead Drive: RWD Mileage: unsure, odometer reads 21,462 Exterior Color: Black Interior Color: Silver VIN#: 2446908063 Transmission: Automatic Body Type: Sedan Title: Canadian origin, no title, Bill of Sale. Fuel Type: Gas VEHICLE RUNS. Local Pickup. Cash only.
  5. 1962 BUICK LESABRE SEDAN for sale - $1700 Engine: 401 cu. Nailhead Drive: RWD Mileage: unsure, odometer reads 21,462 Exterior Color: Black Interior Color: Silver VIN#: 2446908063 Transmission: Automatic Body Type: Sedan Title: Canadian origin, no title, Bill of Sale. Fuel Type: Gas VEHICLE RUNS. Local Pickup. Cash only. message me here or call Bruce at the shop (281) 516-7900 (CST)
  6. SEPTEMBER 3RD, 2013 (ST. LOUIS, MO) Formed in 1968, the Rustic Auto Club has been providing utopia for automotive enthusiasts. A multi make and year club that has evolved into over 40 actuve members, that welcomes all who have interest in anything automotive. Club members have recently returned from the annual Hang Loose car cruise. Browse the photo album via the club website, freezing the moments and automotive beauty for your viewing pleasure. The Rustic Auto Club is excited to debut their new club website to the automotive community. Please log on at http://www.RusticAutoClub.com to browse the new website. The club hosts the popular Hang-Loose Car Show and Cruise located in Pontiac, IL. The club members are also the caretakers of a restored 1920’s era Conoco gas station in Pontiac, IL. Stay tuned to the club website regularly to receive up to the minute updates. Photos from car shows will be added year round as events are completed. Browse the news and events pages for information and new developments. To learn more about membership with the Rustic Auto Club, please visit the new website. Rustic Auto Club http://www.RusticAutoClub.com Walters Web Design http://www.WaltersWebDesign.com http://www.twitter.com/WaltersWeb http://www.facebook.com/WaltersWebDesign Written By: Walters Web Design About Rustic Auto Club Founded in 1968, the Rustic Auto Club has grown to over 40 members of automotive enthusiasts. They host and promote many car shows including the Hang-Loose Auto Show and Cruise. The Rustic Auto Club is also caretakers of the restored 1920’s era Conoco gas station. About Walters Web Design Founded in 2004, Walters Web Design specializes in motorsports website development and graphic design. We use advertising and social marketing to help facilitate visitors and potential customers to all our client websites. “We take pride in all of our customer websites and we want each design to be better than our last. We feel this is what has put us above all the rest in our industry.” Walters Web Design is pleased to partner with the ‘Rustic Auto Club’ for the second year and we look forward to working with them far into the future.
  7. What do you see as the greatest threat to the continuation to the vintage car hobby? Everyone has thought at one time or another about the future of collecting, restoring, and driving vintage cars and I would like to open a discussion about this. My opinion is the lack of interest among people my age (25) along with the cost to get into the hobby being the biggest problems. This is why. I have been into the vintage car hobby since I was 16. I am considered a eccentric by my friends for it to. I went to McPherson college for auto restoration only to find out I couldn't afford it, Yet I still spend all my money just trying to restore 1 car myself (1959 Buick 2 door). I have owned mostly GM 1954-1959 vintage and take great pride in driving my classics daily and showing my friends WHY post war cars kick a##. I see alot of my buddies interested but not willing to shell out the same amount of money for a car they can buy a house for. I still have about 25 to 30 grand to go before its finished plus all the time I have to put into it. The hobby has gotten so picky over the years that a good restoration 30 years ago would be mediocre at best now. Having owned 'restored' cars before to save money I found out people cut to many corners. That is why I am doing a nut and bolt restoration on my B59 (so I know it was done right). I noticed also that most car clubs I am a member of (BCA and 59 Division included) that I am the only or one of the only 'young' guys in it. So I have to 'prove' myself to be considered more then just a fan even though I have worked on, repaired, and partially restored cars from a 1954 Chevrolet with the Babbitt L6 to the 1959 Buicks. In that regard it seems that this hobby is centered around the older, wealthier generations thus making it uninviting to people my age to get involved. Is There a solution? This hobby has attracted many people from all walks of life but few young guys. It seems this hobby is in cruise control with nobody at the wheel to direct this hobby to address problems and threats to it. For example. When was the last time you saw an ad on TV promoting the restoration of vintage cars (not specific cars like mustangs but vintage in general) or trying to recruit new members? That alone can bring this hobby to the public mind and allow a influx of new membership not seen in decades.
  8. --->>>Feel free to reply with any questions. Responses with a phone number are requested so that I know you are a serious potential buyer. ***Also, additional photo requests will only be responded to if a phone number is provided. 1970 Chevrolet Caprice - Two-door hardtop $7,000.00 Price is firm. 98,664 miles. Garage kept for the past ten years. Automatic, 400 small block engine, Power steering, Power brakes, Air-conditioning, Redone interior. Runs and looks great! Any questions feel free to email me: seanboru68@yahoo.com (As noted above: Be sure to include your phone number so that I know you are a serous buyer.)
  9. my grand father has bought this car and we cannot pin point what car it is can anyone tell me what it is
  10. The Rock 'n Wheels Rally will Start at 4 different cities located throughout the USA at a time and date to be specified in September. Their will be a starting city in the Northeast region, the Southeast region, the Southwest region and the Northwest region of the USA. The Rock 'n Wheels ENTRANTS WILL RECEIVE A SECRET, UNMARKED ENVELOPE 30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE RALLY WITH ALL THE RULES, just kidding...there are no rules!!! AND ITINERARY OF THE 3 DAY RALLY along with the starting point Closest to them . teams can then choose to ride in a group, by themselves or meet with other teams along the way, ultimately ending up in Las Vegas on September 28, 2012 for the time of their lives! This year the rally will ATTEMPT TO BREAK a GUINNESS WORLD RECORD or two, donate a portion of the proceeds to charity and award cash prizes & trophies to the winning teams from each state! The entry grid is restricted to only 500 Vehicles from supercars to vintage, luxury, muscle, custom, kit-cars, electric, concept cars and any other vehicle you can think of with 4 wheels. Please visit Home for more info.
  11. How hard do you drive it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cb3f4tNUhs
  12. 64 Riviera Nailhead Parts Car Made a couch ......... ?????? Save it guys !
  13. Has anyone heard of the 1974 dale? Fiberglass body, suppost to get 80 MPG. pretty interesting story. Long story short, there are 3 known prototypes, two owned by collectors and one in a museum. If there were another unknown dale fiberglass body does anyone have any clue about what it could be worth?
  14. 1968 mustang, exterior white, with Shelby racing stripes and GT trim on the exterior plus two tone handsome blue interior, energetic 302 V-8 engine, 68600 miles on odometer, automatic transmission, stainless style wheels, new tires, power steering, JVC mustang am/fm/cassette, disc brakes front. It was a California car until 4 years ago. Vin # 8R01J121384. 336-765-8312,Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. email for more photos: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com selling below amount invested for $19995. (U.S. dollars) Have receipts for all work done at Memory Lane Restoration Shop. Marti Report included. She has plenty of Muscle power and sounds amazing with dual exhaust flowing from the Original 302 V8. The kind of sound only a true American Muscle Car can make. First to test drive will buy.
  15. I have an old photo of what I believe is a Pierce Arrow touring car. I know it was sold out of the family in 1921, found the ad, so think it might be a 1920 or 1918. Can any one confirm the year and provide a more current photo of this model? I noted the headlight appears to have been mounted on the windshield? Anyways thanks in advance. David
  16. Hello I have Model A for sale I thought you might be interested in, I'm curently marketing it on ebay... You can go to ebay.com look up Item Number: 220743271991 Or you can copy this link to your browser : Ford : Model A - eBay (item 220743271991 end time Feb-28-11 07:48:13 PST) Thanks alot for your time!! :eek:
  17. The attached photograph shows a car I'm trying to identify. I'm working on a history of the building in the background (from Skagway, Alaska) and this photograph is undated. A date on the car would at least give me an earliest possible date. Thanks for any help! Kind of funny to have cars there, total road mileage couldn't have been much, you couldn't drive out of Skagway until the 1970s or 1980s. Bob
  18. Hi All, I'm brand new to this forum. I have an older enameled emblem or badge from the Classic Car Club of America and am wondering from what year is it. I am looking to sell it and currently have it on an online aucton site. Not sure if I can add a picture but I will try. See below. Thanks in advance for looking.
  19. 10 ply steel belted radial highway tread tires Load range E 8 months old I have (6) available 50% or better tread life left The rim is NOT available Will sell in pairs of two or all (6) together at $38 each I am outside Rapid City, SD headed east to Maine Call Jim on the road now at 937-671-5537
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