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  1. This 1966 VW Beetle Convertible was brought to us by the original owner who wants to restore it to its “original condition, or better!” Purchased in October of 1965, the owner remembers pushing it off the showroom floor in Jacksonville, NC. This sweet vehicle was the family car when the owner and his wife first married, and later became the second vehicle. It was used for trips on back-country roads to picnic with his wife and daughter in Pensacola, FL – where he was stationed as a Marine. The car itself has all its original parts and only 148,000 miles on it and has been a show car for the last 20-25 years.
  2. Hello everyone, Alex here from Warrior Wagons. I would like to share a build I finished this year. Here is the link to it from You Tube! Enjoy! http://youtu.be/BOwBkqpRbks
  3. Twin H-Power Convertible In 1951, Hudson sold 131,915 automobiles in the United States, including 43,666 Hornets of all body styles. By 1953, just two years later, total sales had fallen to just 66,143 units, including 27,208 Hornets. P RICE: On request MILEAGE: 934 (since restoration) EXTERIOR COLOR: Black INTERIOR COLOR: Dark red leather BODY STYLE: Convertible ENGINE: Twin H In-line 6 TRANSMISSION: Dual range Hydramatic DRIVE TYPE: Rear wheel drive FUEL TYPE: Twin H Dual carbureted, gas DOORS: 2 VIN: 7C229279 Contact: Classic Assets Motor Sports Center 328 North El Camino Real #A Encinitas, CA USA 760-452-6609
  4. Hi I'm Big Jim, the owner and artist at my small business, Big Jim's Custom Concepts. Here are some samples of my work My website is https://sites.google.com/site/bigjimscustomconcepts/ and my business facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/pages/Big-Jims-Custom-Concepts/38273443891 here is my price list for artwork, feel free to order: https://sites.google.com/site/bigjimscustomconcepts/price-list
  5. [h=3]We feature the biggest and the best cars shows, car auctions and Cruiseins in the country and we include a full description of the car show including dates, times, entertainment, website, video and location.[/h][h=3]If you have an Antique Car Show. Auto Show. Classic Car Show, Swap Meet, Cruisins, Vintage Truck Show, Muscle Car Show, Vintage Bike Show, Classic Car Event, Classic Car Auction or Muscle Car Show you can list it free at CarShowsEvent.com[/h]
  6. 1965 Lincoln Continental $20,000 Beautiful and clean 65 Lincoln Continental. This car is a originally from the south (Carolina & Florida). It was recently brought to New York and kept in climate controlled storage. Runs strong and is excellent all around. See pictures for more details Location: Long Island, NY Contact: Allen Thomas athomas@deluxecarstorage.com 516-754-0699 screenshot software free upload image photo upload sites imgurl upload img upload an image imgurl image post image upload no size limit
  7. 1970 Chevrolet Caprice $4,500 Two-door hardtop, 98,700 original miles, automatic, 400 small block engine, power steering, power brakes, climate control air-conditioning and a redone interior. This car has been garage kept. It looks good and also runs well. There is some modest rust above the wheel wells, as shown in the pictures, but any in-person view of this issue will soothe any deep concerns. I've owned this great car for nearly 30 years and want to sell it because I'm downsizing. The price I've listed was determined through use of multiple classic car price guides/rating systems and through the value of what I've put into this vehicle over time. Any inquiries regarding trade-ins, or any offers to help me sell my car, or requests to trade my car for some other type of property, are not desired. I've listed my car for sale on this site because I want to sell it myself to another private party who will appreciate my classic car. Any requests that involve shipping my car to any location within the United States are appreciated. But, those requests should be made with the name of the shipping company that you have used, or plan to use, in this regard and should explain your experience with an out-of-state title transfer. Those two points are key for someone who wants to buy my car. Location: Reading, Pennsylvania, United States Joe - seanboru68@yahoo.com - 610-750-1943
  8. 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
  9. 1962 BUICK SPECIAL COUPE for sale - $2000 - TEXAS Make: Buick Model: Special Engine: 198 Cubic Inch V6 Drive: RWD Mileage: unsure, odometer reads 16,072 Exterior Color: Red Interior Color: Black/Silver VIN#: A11574795 Transmission: Automatic Body Style: Coupe Title: Clean Texas Title Fuel Type: Gas Doors: 2 Vehicle ran when parked 5 months ago. Brakes need work. New brake hoses and new brake liners. Needs master cylinder or wheel cylinder. Needs battery. Needs radiator work or thermostat. Ran warm when driven last. Local pickup. Cash only. Call Brad (832) 798-7778 for details.
  10. First off let me start by saying that I am a long time reader and first time poster. I have often used the AACA forum for information regarding one or more of my classics, as I find that there is a wealth of information here that no library could contain. I will give an introduction about myself, and our school, and then go more in depth about the project. My name is Joseph Phillips, I am 25 years old and I teach Industrial Arts at Bettendorf High School in Bettendorf Iowa. My areas of expertise (and courses I teach) are Wood Technology I and II, Automotive Technology, Electronics, and Power mechanics. Power consists of 25 students and these are the bright young men that have been posting to your forum. Our school district is promoting digital citizenship and technology integration, and part of that initiative involved issuing every student an I Pad. This is the means that they use to do their research, homework, etc. This could also explain some of the typos that you have been encountering as the keyboards are not the most user friendly. The other explanations for typos could be that the student has a handicap, which I have seen one instance of this in a post already, or the student was in a rush or too lazy to correct their spelling, punctuation, grammar, etc. This assignment came to me when I clicked on a video excerpt of the Mormon Meteor III. I was amazed at how the whole class went quiet to watch the clip, and as it played I heard all these sidebar conversations amongst different groups of students. Jocks talking to band geeks, seniors talking to freshmen and they were all discussing how cool the car was. They talked about its shape, its large motor, how fast it could go, even if they would drive it to school. It was truly amazing. I did some probing to find out how much my class knew about cars. Some had a fair grasp, while others didn’t know how many cylinders were in a V8. The general consensus was that cars prior to 1960 were incapable of going past 30 or 40 mph at best. So, I began showing students numerous automotive greats from Bucciali, Delahaye, and Bugatti’s to Dusenberg, Auburn, Packard, Peerless, Pierce Arrow, the list goes on and on. I then asked each student to pick either a car I showed or one from a company that is no longer in business and find out everything they could about it and then report back to the rest of the class. I asked them to find all the technical specs on it, wheel base, curb weight, BHP, engine displacement, top speed, original MSRP and current value in today’s market. I took it one step further and required them to reach out for assistance on the AACA forum. I thought, “Who better to consult about old cars than people that eat, sleep and breathe them?” I must apologize that there has been a small group of students that have abused this privilege and acted inappropriately. Not only has it wasted your time but it has also set a negative tone for the rest of the class. Most of my students are enjoying this activity and the ability to share the knowledge that some of you have and are willing to offer. If it would be possible, would a moderator please PM me so I can get the names or copies of the posts to follow up with parents and ultimately disciplinary action for those that need it. There have been so many people that have been tremendously helpful, Rusty o Toole for one, and the students genuinely appreciate it (as do I). It has left a positive impression on them. They have gone out to Wikipedia and used google but I told them to come here because they can get firsthand accounts or experiences that are invaluable and not common knowledge to a search engine. Some students just needed a bump in the right direction, but as I said the car community is generally a good bunch of individuals and the AACA forum is a good place to find information or just kick tires. At BHS, we started teaching 1 automotive course with a mini-van and a Ford Taurus. Not bad vehicles by any means but not exactly something that gets kids excited. This coupled with kids that get new cars and are scared to change their oil because it will void their warranty made for low interest. To address this I brought in my 1928 Buick sedan and began a full frame off restoration. At the time the car had been sitting outside since the early 90’s and had not been driven since 1996. The motor was locked up and the day we unloaded it off the trailer the driver side door fell off in my hand. The students freed the motor, got it running and then began painstakingly removing every nut and bolt. Needless to say we now have 3 sections of Auto’s and an after school club that works solely on the Buick, not to mention numerous possibilities on the horizon. I am blessed in the sense that my school and my dept. have been tremendously supportive in this venture. Here is a link to a newspaper article that ran on some of the work we have been doing to the old Buick: http://www.bettgrowl.com/?p=3488 Regardless I talk to people all the time that say young kids are not interested in old cars, and I truly believe it’s just because they have not been exposed to them. Luckily I love talking about them, and when I show them cars that could do 100mph in 1930 or a steam car that make 700 bhp from 2 rpm it opens their eyes and for some of them they’re hooked. This has been a truly enjoyable experience for me and my class; I find myself even learning stuff (I didn’t know Pierce Arrow made bird cages). A lot of students have been overwhelmed with the kindness that some people have shown, to the point that they are bragging to each other who’s been the most help and how many posts they have gotten and how often people are posting to them. I would like to get some information from other users on the site. I welcome any constructive criticism on this matter or suggestions for other similar assignments. I hope this has been a positive experience for those of you that have been helping these young men along the way. Please let me know if this is an inconvenience to you in any way. If that is the general consensus I will abandon the project all together. I also think it may be beneficial to put all of these into one folder or the equivalent there of. I look forward to posting various other pictures and question on the Forum, and welcome feedback on our 1928. We are seriously considering converting it to a touring car, as it’s just a regular sedan and seems like a prime candidate. If you need to contact me for any reason, I look forward to the interaction. You can PM me or feel free to email me, my school email is: Jphillips@bettendorf.k12.ia.us If you contact me I would be more than happy to share my phone number as well. Thanks again!
  11. I have a 1929 Chevy AC that I bought as a project car. Life happened and the project didn't Anyway, time to let go. So here are the basic details. Car is located in Plymouth MA. I never got a title on it. I have the bill of Sale and some paperwork from the previous owner so getting a title should not be an issue. Pros: It's original with no modifications. It did run but I haven't started it in a year. Mechanically it should be sound. Mileage is low according to the odometer 37K but I wouldn't place any bets that it is true or not. 2 Door Coupe, 6 Cylinder. Cons: It's original with no modifications Probably needs a new battery although I did disconnect it. All fabric on the interior and roof needs to be restored, new rubber around windows, new tires, chrome restored, body painted, wood needs to be replaced on the door jams and roof etc. History: I have had it for about 6 years. The guy I bought it off in Hanson, MA had it about 30 years plus if memory serves. I'll be talking with him this week to jog my memory on the rest of the history. I would prefer not to sell it to someone who is going to chop it up and put flames on the doors Email me at snoopy456 @ me.com Thanks for looking
  12. Classic cars on wood made by the technique of handmade pyrography. I can do custom pyrography after your desired model. Bucciali TAV 8-32 "Fleche d'Or" or Golden Arrow, model made ​​in 1932 100% handmade pyrography on birch wood + 3 ecologic varnish layers(30/19.5 cm) Price: $80 + Shipping
  13. For more information or if interested please call 7659983043 or after 6pm EST 7657596728. Ask for Randy. Or you can email me at njdindiana@gmail.com for pictures etc.
  14. Hi all, Just thought you might like to read my article on the 2013 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction, with a summary of some of the results etc. http://www.paulfrasercollectibles.com/News/CLASSIC-CARS/Barrett-Jackson%27s-Scottsdale-auction-realises-an-outstanding-$29.2m/12942.page?catid=74 I thought I'd test the water with this one, but if you guys like it (feeedback please) I can post more of the results from other auction houses. Thanks, Joe
  15. I am getting married on Saturday, June 22, 2013 and would love to arrive and depart in style in one of your classic cars (or really any car that has a large enough back seat to comfortably fit a bridal gown). Would it be possible for any member to drive his/her car and provide transportation on my wedding day? We will be getting married in Cranford, NJ, and all transportation will take place between 2:30 and 5pm, traveling within Union and Somerset Counties. My fiance and I would love the opportunity to give a donation to your club in exchange for the use of a classic car for a few hours. Please let me know if this is a possibility and what types of cars might be available. Thank you so much! Robby Pfeifer
  16. I am getting married on Saturday, June 22, 2013 and would love to arrive and depart in style in one of your classic cars (or really any car that has a large enough back seat to comfortably fit a bridal gown). Would it be possible for any member to drive his/her car and provide transportation on my wedding day? We will be getting married in Cranford, NJ, and all transportation will take place between 2:30 and 5pm, traveling within Union and Somerset Counties. My fiance and I would love the opportunity to give a donation to your club in exchange for the use of a classic car for a few hours. Please let me know if this is a possibility and what types of cars might be available. Thank you so much! Robby Pfeifer
  17. Here is the video link: Bidding is at KellerAuctioneers.com Please contact me, Tim Keller at 717-653-8871 to see the car. The car is located in Lancaster, PA.
  18. I have two restorable 1949 or 1950 (not sure) four-door Packards. Both need full restorations both are mostly complete ( all major body, interior, and glass are there) both have straight 8 motors that do turn over freely. Lots of excellent parts, could be restored, or hot rodded. Priced to sell, good deal on one great deal on both. Contact me for prices pictures to be posted soon.
  19. This is Allard K3 Chassis number 6017 up for sale. This is Allard is in great shape. The green paint and interior do need some work, but the body is very solid and has no rust whatsoever. The car lived in California for much of its life and was well taken care of there. It sports a Caddy 331 V8, which is in good running condition, bar a recent issue with the timing chain. The rest of the mechanicals are in good working condition. The fuel tanks and hoses were dipped and replaced last year, so the fuel in them is good and clean. It was driven periodically last summer. This car features two 4-barrel holly carbs, a De-Dion rear end, and a 4-speed manual gearbox. The drum brakes have recently been serviced and function properly. There is no top, or top frame included with this car. The only thing included is a replacement engine turned dash board. Allard enthuistes would know that this is just one of 62 cars produced, and of that only a handful remain. It will be a great project for someone who wants to restore an Allard, or just modify one for vintage racing or driving. PLEASE - feel free to ask any questions you might have before bidding. We welcome and encourage pre-purchase inspections. Our asking price is $60,000 and the car is already listed on Ebay. Please visit the link below for more information: 1953 Used Allard K2 331 Cadillac at The Burt Collection Serving Lake Forest, IL, IID 9420765
  20. I have a nice little 73 Dodge Dart with a slant 6. Have been having some fuel problems with it. replaced just about everything except the fuel sending unit (looks good) and the steel lines (also good). The problem that I am still having is that there is no fuel at the filter/carb when it is ideling. I have been having this problem for about 3 months. Before that it ran like a dream. If I rev it up to around 3000 rpm the pump will kick in untill then I get nothing from the pump. Any ideas?
  21. my grand father has bought this car and we cannot pin point what car it is can anyone tell me what it is
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mso-para-margin-right:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0in; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:11.0pt; font-family:"Calibri","sans-serif"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi;} </style> <![endif]--> This is the 1946 Lincoln Continental that started the Hurst Legend. This car is shown in earlier period photographs and still sports all of its Hurst modifications, including the original 500cid Cadillac V8. It is said to be the first car that George H Hurst modified in 1956 and sports many of George’s designs among her parts. It will be featured in a book coming out this summer; The History of George H Hurst. This legend was lost for many years, until 2004 when Carl discovered the brass plaque that had been covered up by a previous owners name plaque. Recently discovered in Springfield, OH, this ‘Grand Ol’ Gal’ will go on the open market soon. Unfortunately, Carl was killed in a no fault car accident while driving his 1946 Ford Roadster”. Being a vintage Corvette collector myself and having an appreciation for these old souls, I knew that Carl would want his car to go to a collector that would see her beauty. His untimely, sudden death, has precipitated this sale. Fate could put her in the hands of a collector that will give her the face lift she deserves and move her into her rightful place in history. I encourage you to visit: www.collectibleclassiccar.yolasite.com. There are several pictures and further history of this beauty there. It is not a pay site or spam or anything- just a simple page I made for the Lincoln. I have hundreds of digital photos for your review, upon request. She is in need of proper restoration. Having restored several classics myself, I find she needs fresh paint and a general overhaul. All of the parts are there and intact. The chrome is in stunning condition, but could certainly use the special touch of a loving hand. She has been in storage since her owners death in September, 2010. The most exciting aspect about this beautiful Lincoln is that she fires up on command, drives like a dream and Screams as loud as you want her to by just pressing down on the accelerator. As a member of the extended family, I am handling any inquires. I am not a broker. Offers are welcome and a percentage of the purchase price may be donated to charity. Please email me at ctrissel73@gmail.com I look forward to hearing from you soon. Sincerely, Carol Professionally Appraised for $218,000. Asking @ $175,000. a precentage of sale may go to charity.
  23. ROMAN PICTUERS is filming scenes for SINGALS 2 and need your help! WHAT WE NEED CLASSIC CARS from 1959 and earlier needed with their drivers<O:p</O:p The scene is set in the 1950’s at a drive in diner. We are looking to really establish an amazing scene with the look and feel of the 50’s. Some extras may be chosen for lines, so please be ready to be on camera.<O:p</O:p Wardrobe<O:p</O:p All extras should be dressed in 50’s era clothing.<O:p</O:p When<O:p</O:p Sunday, July 31<SUP>st</SUP> from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm (Some extras will be chosen for lines and additional close ups, please indicate if you are available beyond 12:30 for consideration) <O:p></O:p> Where<O:p</O:p Crabbs TROPICAL TREAT - <O:p</O:p2279 Carlisle Pike, Hanover, PA 17331<O:p</O:p Please contact Shannon Lanier @ lanier@ajku.net with any questions
  24. Bid: $3000 or Higher Click Here to Bid: Chevrolet : Other Pickups | eBay
  25. One owner (father-son) garage-kept sedan with 35,112 original miles. Nearly 100% stock, 5.4L 331 cu. in. V8 (no A/C). Pristine original upholstery beneath plastic seat covers. Excellent two-tone blue paint, body, chrome, dash, glass, and rubber for a vehicle that’s sat for 17 years. Caddy does not currently operate—however ran like a jewel when last driven in 1993. New tires, minor mechanicals, cleaning and detailing will make this valuable automobile a completely operable showpiece. See photos at: http://s1197.photobucket.com/albums/aa427/KYCaddyDaddy/1955%20Caddy%20Series%2062%20sedan/ Garage space urgently needed, but owner desires to sell car to an enthusiast who'll lovingly preserve this piece of family history. Owner will entertain SERIOUS reasonable offers from a person who can remove it ASAP from garage in the Chicago area. Contact kkuhens@gmail.com for additional details. Please provide a telephone number in your email reply.