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  1. For sale.. Atlanta, Ga. Please call 404-983-5500 ask for Jonathan. ALL CUSTOM MADE 1936 FORD CABRIOLET - 9 YRS IN THE MAKING.ALL STEEL, OVER 100 BODY MODIFICATIONS....... IF YOUR LOOKING FOR THE VERY BEST, YOU HAVE FOUND IT,COMPLETE DOCUMENTATION OF RESTORATION. DRIVES JUST LIKE IT LOOKS AND IT STOPS TRAFFIC & GATHERS A CROWD ANYWHERE IT GOES.CHASSIS: CUSTOM VISION FRAME-HEIDT'S SUPER RIDE POLISHED MUSTANG II- AIR - WAVE PRO RIDE SYSTEM-4WPDB- WILWOOD PROPORTIONING VALVE- CORVETTE BOOSTER- POLISHED ALUMINUM DRIVE SHAFT- 9" FORD - REAR END 3.55(NARROWED) -STAINLESS STEEL GAS TANK-BILLET SP
  2. Good Afternoon, Went digging in the woods this weekend and found this bumper. Any help in ID'ing it would be great. Also dug out a couple of hundred old hub caps. Michael
  3. i got a pair of 1956 chevy rap arounds nicely rechromed that ive had sitting here in my shop for many years, anyone interested in buying them or interested in getting some chrome work done? -Ricardo De La Torre Jr The Best Chrome 13165 Monterey Road P.O.Box 1126 San Martin, Ca. 95046 tel: 408-686-1104 fax: 408-686-1207 thebestchrome@yahoo.com you can also email us pictures for quotes!
  4. These parts were taken from a "driver" with 65,00 miles. We pulled engine for a Cutlass project. Bumper has jack dents. $200 for all or make an offer on individual parts. Shipping/packaging will be actual cost based on your preferred method. I can provide more images if required.
  5. I have no clue as I don't own old cars...yet. I do have these two mascots...I thought they were called hood ornaments but what do I know. I want to sell them so any help would be great. thanks, scattered
  6. Hi, as of yet I am not an antique car owner but hopefully one day I will be. I came across these Mascots and have no use for them so hope to sell them to the best offer. The lady lost her wings and someone made some for her (poor job). The swan seems to be all there. They do both have minor pitting but not rust. I was given minor details on them but can't find them on the internet to have an idea how much to sell them for Please don't rip me off. If you know their value but don't need them, perhaps you could help me out with some info? thanks, scattered
  7. Anybody have any idea what this trim belongs to? 75 plus inches..rocker panel? ...got three pieces of it in brown paper sheathing..no numbers or clues whatsoever. Thank you, Bill Wheatley, NY dw8646@ntcnet.com
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