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Found 11 results

  1. A friend of my grandfather has been telling us for years that GM car's from the early to mid-1930s had chassis made of wood and then were boxed in by metal? But my grandfather has also heard that 1920s GM cars were the same way. My question is, is there any truth to this? Thanks in advance. Vintagecarguy.
  2. I am tasked with clearing out my late father's collection of car parts and need some help identifying the junk from something that might be useful to someone. Any positive or guessed ID's are helpful! I did take multiple pictures of everything if needed - the car chassis do not have a stamped serial number that I can find. Two Model T radiators hanging out (not pictured) - junk or usable? VOLKSWAGEN '72-'74?
  3. 1986 F-250 133” (standard cab) wheelbase. 4x4 rolling chassis and complete running gear. With 351w, C-6 transmission, NP 208 Transfer case, 3.55 HD axles, Front disc brakes. Rear axle is a limited slip (3L55). Also has P-S, dual tanks, good single exhaust system. No longer need it for a 4x4 conversion project I was planning. Is a "bolt-in" for 1980 thru 97, but could be used for a 4x4 conversion on a full sized F-Series as far back as 61...or just part out. I have clear title also. $500 OBO Located in Terre Haute, Indiana. Below is an overall shot. I have a couple others. If you're interes
  4. Hello all, I just removed what was left of this car from a hedgerow. As a lover of antiques, I just couldn't scrap the pieces that I thought might be useable. I have a front end including drums, complete rear end with center driveshaft, a complete engine & tranny that has been exposed to NY weather for at least 20 years, misc. trims, window crank handles, wiper vacuum motor, etc. (Trim #539) These pieces may very well be junk, I just don't know but I would love to see somebody use them in a re-build effort. Please contact me through this forum if you are interested in picking them up
  5. I have a Model T frame and axles. The front axle is a Speedster axle. I need to get rid of it. I am in Salt Lake City. The highest offer gets it. here are some pictures:
  6. Hey guys I've been reading through the forums since I stumbled across the site and have always found my answer until now, I need your help. I am trying to piece together an early dodge roadster and while I was scavenging through the not so local junk yard(I drove 2 hours one way) I came across these. Don't get mad that I had these torched off the frame because there wasn't much left. The only remains of this car were these leafs, the front section of the frame just past the cowl to the cross member with a partial serial number on it and the motor. The cowl and motor sitting on what was left of
  7. 1929 Chevy truck frame with drive train complete. Engine will turn over by hand. All there,obviously needs restoration.. $2750 Possible trade for a newer project pre 1975??
  8. For Sale- 1986 F-250 133” (standard cab) Wheelbase. 4x4 rolling chassis and complete running gear. With 351w, C-6 transmission, NP 208 Transfer case, 3.55 HD axles, Front disc brakes. Rear axle is a limited slip (3L55). Also has P-S, dual tanks, good single exhaust system. No longer need it for a 4x4 conversion project I was planning. Could be used for a 4x4 conversion on a full sized F-Series as far back as 61 or just part out. I have clear title also. $500 Located in Terre Haute, Indiana. Below is an overall shot. I have a couple others. If you're interested just drop me a line. (sorry, wou
  9. I have a chassis minus engine and transmission for sale that I have been told is a 1938 Chevrolet 3/4 ton. I will attemp to add pictures to this ad, but if I'm not successful please email me at gearheadgalaxy2@centurylink.net to have me send the photos. Please note the wheels on the rear as I would suspect they are difficult to find?? I live in the middle of Missouri near Interstate 70 - so easy access to pick up. Would ship within the U.S. if you make all arrangements and pay. I would like to have $250 for the chassis - Thanks for looking at this and if I am incorrect on the year, model, or e
  10. I need some advice concerning removing a rusty section of the chassis cross member directly under the radiator. The fully boxed section has rust holes in the bottom portion. Can this be cut out and a new piece welded to it or should a complete crossmember be fabricated?
  11. Can anyone provide more information regarding this Buick? We have a serial # 1157018, and the chassis is 126" from center of axle to center of axle. We believe it is a 1924 Buick but would like to know if anyone can tell us the exact year and model. We will be parting the vehicle out if anyone is interested please email us at JonesVintage@gmail.com
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