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  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 have been a member for a couple years now but have not done much in the way of posting. I have posted quite a bit on some of the other car forums out there and have created a web page with resources for 1941-1946 Chevrolet trucks (in particular 1/2 tons). If you have a 46's GM truck, you may find it useful. There is nothing commercial about the site. It is just there as a resource to fellow collectors that are restoring their truck. www.46chevytruck.com I look forward to getting my truck in a AACA meet in the future! Happy New Year! Tim
  3. Hello, I am new to this forum and really quite new to the classic car world but I've been looking at a 1939 Chevy 4 door sedan with 60-61 thousand miles on it. It's had 3 owners total and almost all the parts on it are original including the tires. The engine itself will crank but it needs to be re-timed. The interior is in great shape. Some rust from age and the outside does have quite a few smaller rust spots as well. There are some minor dents to the body but no considerable damage. As of two years ago it was street drive-able but the owner is older and hasn't had it our of the garage since
  4. Hi! There is a blue 1957 Chevy for sale near me, and I am looking at buying to for my first vehicle! So, what I would like to know is if it would be right for me. •I live in Canada, so we can get quite a bit of snow. How would it handle in the winter? With winter tires of course. •How would it be on gas? •It has 100 thousand kilometres on it, is that ok for an old car? •Would the radio still work? •how different is driving an older car compared to a new one? •Random question, what's your favourite color for a 57 Chevy? The car it's self is $5800 OBO, it runs and stops. Has new tires, brakes, a
  5. I just bought a 1941 Chevrolet Business Coupe. It is all stock and has been sitting for several months. I got it running okay, but when I try to put it in gear, it seems that the clutch is not working right. When I push in on the clutch and try to shift in a gear, it acts as though the clutch had not been depressed. I checked the inspection hole to see the pressure plate and thrust bearing and they seem to be operating as normal. Any ideas what to do next? Many thanks to those who answer. The site has been very helpful. Thanks to all.
  6. Up for sale or trade is this cool 1957 GMC long bed stepside resto rod truck project. 80% of the hard fabrication and work is done. Very nice new black paint, interior and beautiful oak bed. Over $45k invested in resto and new parts. Ready to trade or sell for $24,500. All new GMC reproduction classic & brother truck parts such as: new trim handles, glass, weather stripping/fuzz/felts, lights, seat belts, bolts/washers, steering wheel, bed panels, doors, tail gate & 20 gal aluminium under bed gas tank. All new high end mechanical and performance parts including: Heights Mustang II
  7. Up for sale or trade is this striking 1940 Pontiac "Silver Streak" sports coupe that has just completed an extensive two year restoration. Originally purchased in San Francisco in 1940, the car was put into storage in 1953 until restoration began in 2012. This seventy four year old rust-free California car purchased from the original family is like new again with nearly everything replaced or restored back to her original beauty. Restored features include: New sage green paint (similar to original Ludington green,) rich two tone bedford cord wool interior in correct stitch pattern, squ
  8. Up for sale or trade is this cool 1957 GMC long bed stepside resto rod truck project. 80% of the hard fabrication and work is done. Very nice new black paint, interior and beautiful oak bed. All new GMC reproduction classic & brother truck parts such as: new trim handles, glass, weather stripping/fuzz/felts, lights, seat belts, bolts/washers, steering wheel, bed panels, doors, tail gate & 20 gal aluminium under bed gas tank. All new high end mechanical and performance parts including: Heights Mustang II IFS, Std. Ultra ride coil over springs, power rack with sway bar Heights coil-o
  9. I am in need of the following parts for my 1928 Chevy National Series AB Sedan (4cyl) 361964 - Speedometer drive gear with driven gear (my parts list describes it as 4-11 teeth) 343881 - Universal joint assembly 348131 - Universal joint collar retainer including seal (seal part no. - 348259) I am located in the UK and would appreciate any help in sourcing these parts. Many thanks.
  10. Looking to buy wholesale lots of New NOS GM, A-C/Delco parts at the Hershey show. Even if you don't know what they fit bring them along and most likely I will buy as long as they have part #'s. Please e-mail description of what you have, name and space #. I will be arriving Wednesday. Thanks, Bill
  11. This is a bundle package one price 2 cars and everything I own with it. Messages for more details thank you
  12. Selling a 1956 Chevy stakebed 12,000 price negotiable, email for more info
  13. I have a 1970 C10 Longbed Fleetside pickup truck that used to belong to my grandfather. I need to sell it because I need some cash and I am trying to determine how much it is worth. I have done some searches online and found prices from $8,000 to $50,000. This truck needs a lot of work so I know I am on the very low end but I do want to get as much as I can for it without being unrealistic in my expectations. I used to drive it once or twice a month but about 2 years ago I just parked it and I have not driven it since. It ran fine the last time I did drive it. It has a straight 6 engine w
  14. Are you sure you want to be posting the owner's personal information on a public forum like that? People pay me to sell their cars to avoid exactly that issue...
  15. 1959 CHEVROLET APACHE FLEETSIDE PICKUP for sale - $1500 - Tomball, TX Engine: None Drive: RWD Mileage: N/A Trim: SWB Exterior Color: White/Gold Patina Interior Color: None VIN#: 3A581K128302 Transmission: None Body Type: Regular Cab Title: Bill of Sale. Fuel Type: Gas Doors: 2 Doors not pictured, but ARE INCLUDED with the truck. Local pickup. Cash only. Contact Brad at (832) 798-7778
  16. 1959 CHEVROLET APACHE STEP-SIDE PICKUP for sale - $1500 - Tomball, TX Engine: 235 Cubic Inch L6 Drive: RWD Mileage: Trim: LWB Step-Side Exterior Color: Patina Interior Color: None Transmission: 3 Speed Manual Body Type: Regular Cab Title: Clean Texas Title Fuel Type: Gas Doors: 2 Sitting on 1958 LWB Bed and Frame. Local Pickup. Cash only. Contact Brad at (832) 798-7778 M-F 8am-5pm CST
  17. FOR SALE: 1959 CHEVROLET VIKING 50 COE - TX - $2500 Local pickup. Cash only. Contact Brad at (832) 798-7778
  18. 1957 Chevy Truck rear cab wall For sale is a 1957 Chevy truck back wall of cab. Came from 3100 4 wheel drive model, fits others. Refer to pictures for the current condition. Asking $200. Buy will need to arrange shipping or pick up if local.
  19. hey everyone i am planning on restoring some classic vehicles. Right now im looking at a 1939 dodge sedan and a 1957 chevy bel air. there are times where I think i was born in the wrong era haha. I'm not looking at making them rat rods just going all original as I can. I have never done anything like this before so any advice you can give me would be greatly appreciated! I'm going to see them again today and take some pictures and tryu and post them up. thanks!
  21. Looking for a good '36 chevy standard front crossmember to replace my bad one... send me a PM with what you have.
  22. Hi can anyone please help me identify this chrome handle? Stamped inside opening on back side are the letters 2R. It is GM part 1#3757726. I assume it is a vent window handle but dont know. It is approximately 1.75" wide and approximately 1.75" tall. thanks for your time and help jerry whitfield winstonsalem, NC
  23. Last day for my buick on eBay, I have a lot of watchers so that's good but it doesn't guarantee it will sell. Let me know if you're interested. 559-907-5062 there is also a thread about a week old where I note alot of info on car. Thanks, Oscar http://www.ebay.com/itm/1951-BUICK-ROADMASTER-RIVIERA-SERIES-72-/170999806556?pt=Vintage_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item27d061fa5c&vxp=mtr
  24. I again find myself trying to sell my buick. Everytime i do i drop the price. Well heres the link for the auction on ebay, if you would like to buy it out of ebay please let me know before someone bids! Thanks much! http://item.mobileweb.ebay.com/viewitem?itemId=170999806556&index=6&nav=SEARCH&nid=98360295988
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