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  1. George Smolinski

    1920 Elgin Six Touring

    Not mine. Thought someone here may be interested. https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/cto/d/fergus-falls-rare-car-for-sale-1-of-1/6799138769.html A VERY RARE 1920 Elgin Touring Car. $28,900/OBO. Almost 100 years old and still runs!!! Straight Six engine. The car was known as the car of the hour or built like a watch since the founders were out of the Elgin pocket watches. Through my research I believe this to be the ONLY 1920 Elgin still drivable and running with no other Elgin out there being a 1920 and none having the disc wheels like it has. Very rare Elgin cars come up for sale infrequently and only less than 10 running cars out there I could find. Beautiful car and comes with a California car cover. I have had it for three years and selling it because I don't have time to show it like it should be shown. I love this car. Appraised in 2015 for $28,000-$32,000. Along with the car, a ton of very rare memorabilia including an EXTREMELY rare operators manual and parts manual, stock certificates, photos, Elgin pin, Elgin pocket watch medallions, stock owner update magazine, marketing material, and a 1920 Elgin pocket watch. This is probably one of the most collected items in one spot for an Elgin. See YouTube video of it here except it runs as the battery is in it.... https://youtu.be/hmv8C59WYyU
  2. Homemade 50s Buick nailhead lamps They'd make a great addition to a man cave or garge both lamps were made from used parts The black one is 100 and the blue is 150 or 220 for both
  3. Helping a friend clean out buick parts they are 1958 and 1961 buick let me know what need or looking for . I am searching through boxes and assembling a list of parts that he has , located in northern Illinois have many pictures can send pics and will ship.
  4. I'm willing to try to start an ongoing thread that would alert any prospective buyers to what I would call deals on earlier Rivieras that a person might not otherwise find. I'd also think that it could be used to ask others who are looking to see what's in areas to which they don't have access unless they're willing to look at every city that has a Craigslist. Don't post anything other than a title and a link. You're not responsible for anything other than letting others know what's out there. It's up to them to make contact and get details. I'll start with this one: a 1966 Gran Sport in Cole Camp, Missouri (Central close to the Lake of the Ozarks.) http://kansascity.craigslist.org/cto/5822062304.html
  5. 4 shock absorbers and the mounting hardware. Off a 1931 CM6 roadster. I understand that these fit many different years and brands? They were in good working order when removed. $150.00 for the set plus shipping cost. fiely@comcast.net
  6. I think these are for 1970s mid-size Buicks with 14-inch wheels. Have a set of four new ones, never been on a car; no pits, no fading, no broken tabs on the back. Perfect condition, never been on a car. $50 for the set, includes postage to U.S. address. Giving forum folks a chance before I put them on Ebay. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338 Leonard, TX
  7. JAK

    1932 Cadillac hubcap

    Nice 1932 Cadillac hubcap. I think it must have been re plated at one time. Two small dings, may not be visible in photo $125 OBO plus shipping
  8. New old stock 1989-1990 Riviera positive battery cable, in GM parts box. $35 plus postage. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338 Leonard, TX
  9. First edition of this great reference book published in 1971. Large heavy book with lots of history and many illustrations, including comprehensive listing of all car and truck makes. Good used condition with some wear. $19.00 postpaid by Media Mail in the lower 48 States. PayPal is fine. Harold
  10. wndsofchng06

    41,42,46 carter 2bbl NOS

    Box in rough shape, carb is dirty but not stuck. Original paperwork says $26 plus $6 core. So I'll ask $32 plus shipping.
  11. 0NOS. Box in rough shape. Carb a little dirty, but not stuck. Original paperwork says $26 with a $6 core. So.... Asking $32 plus shipping
  12. Joseph ellis

    Reo truck parts

    Hi I am selling a bunch of parts for reo trucks for a gentleman, his dad owned and operated a reo dealership in the 1930s and 40s there are a lot of parts up there in the attic if you need something please ask I will be making a list of parts that are up there some that I have right now are a shipping crate with reo motors on it it is an awesome wire wooden crate, I have some air cleaner housings I also seen some intakes up there sitting on the shelf ring gears pinions, axle shafts carberators, some glass brand new in the box, seals etc my number is 9063621299 u can call me or text me thanks
  13. 1939 Chevy radio restored to AM-FM. 6 volt positive ground. Additional 12 volt power out for GPS etc. $750 plus shipping. Selling for what I paid for it. Push buttons work. PM me or call 845-876-7309. Ask for John. Can send pictures if interested.
  14. I acquired this unique looking car part with only the basic information that they "thought it was an oil pan for a Model T". Can you identify it? If so, what is it worth? If you have any idea or comments it'd be very much appreciated as I'm a sort of purist & if it has value, would like to see to it that it goes to someone that needs & appreciates it :) Thank you in advance!
  15. 1951 Packard 200 Deluxe Sedan with Overdrive. Spectacular! Probably the finest unrestored original example in existence. Remember an automobile like a work of art can only be original once. This wonderful Packard was purchased new by a lady in Wichita Kansas. She would enjoy her Packard until 1965 when it was put into storage. Her estate would sell the beloved Packard in 2004. Today the odometer shows only 12,548 documented miles. We have the hand written Purchase Order and Window Sticker. We also have the registration renewal from 1965 that was never returned. Finished by Packard Motorcar Company in 1951 in Color Code correct factory original Yosemite Blue. The interior is finished in trim code correct factory original blue and gray cloth by Packard Motorcar Company in 1951. The engine compartment is original showing inspection stamps and details which are forgotten or overlooked on restored examples. The canvas A-arm covers are still in place! The luggage compartment is original with signs of minimal use. The brown and gray Packard flocking is present throughout. The Packard for 1951 was a whole new car. It had been under development since 1949 and cost Packard over $20,000,000. The Twenty Fourth Series Packard’s were truly modern machines. The 200 Deluxe Packard’s were powered by a 327 cubic inch Straight Eight which was rated at 150 horsepower. Three Speed manual transmission with Overdrive. This Packard is equipped with lots of great features. Turn Signals. Wheel trim rings. Am Radio. Clock. Heater and Defroster. Driver and Passenger outside mirrors. Reversing lamps. Excellent Road Manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $42,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Packard in action:
  16. This is an NOS EVERSHARP brand, AC Fuel Pumps Pen & Pencil set. It is in true never-used condition. The pen and pencil are done in blue, with gold accents. The AC Fuel Pumps logo imprint is in silver. The mechanical pencil works fine, but I'm sure the retractable pen refill is dried-up. The original presentation box is included. There are a few ink scribble marks on the inside of the box. It looks like someone was checking the pen out years ago! All three of these NOS AC pen & pencil sets have had some of these little "test" marks. The price is $40, INCLUDING shipping in the U.S.. Thanks for looking. John
  17. This is an NOS EVERSHARP brand, AC Fuel Pumps Pen & Pencil set. It is in true never-used condition. The pen and pencil are done in blue, with gold accents. The AC Fuel Pumps logo imprint is in silver. The mechanical pencil works fine, but I'm sure the retractable pen refill is dried-up. The original presentation box is included. There are a few ink scribble marks on the inside of the box. It looks like someone was checking the pen out years ago! All three of these NOS AC pen & pencil sets have had some of these little "test" marks. The price is $40, INCLUDING shipping in the U.S.. Thanks for looking. John
  18. This is an NOS EVERSHARP brand, AC Fuel Pumps Pen & Pencil set. It is in true never-used condition. The pen and pencil are done in blue, with gold accents. The AC Fuel Pumps logo imprint is in silver. The mechanical pencil works fine, but I'm sure the retractable pen refill is dried-up. The original presentation box is included. There are a few ink scribble marks on the inside of the box. It looks like someone was checking the pen out years ago! All three of these NOS AC pen & pencil sets have had some of these little "test" marks. The price is $40, INCLUDING shipping in the U.S.. Thanks for looking. John
  19. wndsofchng06

    Chevy part.. What is it

    Can you ID this part? $5 plus shipping.
  20. 1955 Chrysler New Yorker St. Regis Survivor/driver condition car 331 Hemi V8 3-speed Torqueflite Automatic Transmission Power Steering This car starts, idles, accelerates, steers, stops and drives nicely. Original chrome, stainless trim, dash gauges and interior fabrics. Two tone factory lacquer paint White leather and maroon cloth interior is very presentable, unrestored and functional. There is not a rust hole in this car anywhere. Very solid! Restore this car to perfection, or drive it as is. $19,900.00 (304) 376-9057
  21. 1923 Packard Single Six Series 126 “Runabout” Roadster Convertible. Body Style 233. Outstanding restoration to very high standards. CCCA (Classic Car Club of America) “Full Classic”. Wonderful provenance. This Packard was sold at auction from the estate of Roderic Blood of West Newton Massachusetts in 1966. The auction catalog stated the car was last used in 1950 it was original, complete and ran beautifully. The Runabout would be purchased by a Doctor and later had it restored. It has been looked after by Packard enthusiasts ever since. Finished in blue with black fenders. The interior is finished in soft black grained leather. This car has Side Curtains for brisk fall touring and a top Boot for summer drives. This car rides on a 126-inch wheelbase. Power is provided by Packard’s 241 cubic inch straight six. Three speed manual transmission. This Packard is equipped with lots of great features. Moto-Meter. Windshield Wiper. Locking trunk with lamp. Stop Lamp. Locking under seat tool box. Rear mounted spare tire with lock. Door storage pockets. Behind the seat storage. Known as nimble and reliable Packard roadsters were used by the Detroit Fire Department as Chiefs cars at this time. Truly a wonderful Prohibition Era automobile. Ready for CCCA, AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) and Packard Club Tours, Shows, and Events. Excellent Road Manners. Ready to Drive, Show, and Enjoy. “Ask the man who owns one!” $65,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Packard in action:
  22. 1962 Willys Overland Jeep Station Wagon with OVERDRIVE. Excellent. Restored. Known ownership history. One family ownership until 1992. Lots of documentation including original purchase order and window sticker. Lots of restoration and rebuild records. Finished in President Red and Plantation White. The interior is finished in gray cloth. Powered by Jeep’s 134 cubic inch “Hurricane” Overhead Valve 4-cylinder engine. Three speed column shift with OVERDRIVE. This great Jeep is equipped with lots of great features. Front bumper guard. Rear bumper wrap around extensions. AM FM Radio. Oil Filter. Heater. Storage under the front seat. Chrome exhaust tip. Front and Rear Ashtrays. Upgrades for modern touring include Third Brake Lamp, Electric Windshield Wipers and Front Seat Belts. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $37,500 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Jeep in action:
  23. 1929 Packard Eight Series 633 Seven Passenger Sedan with Overdrive. Exceptional Classic Era Packard. Restored. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “Full Classic”. The Series 633 rides on a 133.5-inch wheelbase. Powered by a 320 cubic inch straight eight which Packard rated at 90 horsepower. This Packard has been equip with an Overdrive for modern touring. Cruises easily at modern highway speed. 1929 was the first year Packard used a dashboard mounted temperature gauge, Packard designed shock absorbers and chrome plating. The Seven Passenger Sedan was priced at $2,735.00 when new. Finished in Dark Green over Black with Light Green and Orange coach stripe. The interior is finished to a very high standard in tan cloth. The rear compartment features a dome lamp, Robe rail, Jump seats and a Foot rest. Wood window trim. Accessories include Trippe Speed Lamps, and Turn Signals for modern touring. Goddess of Speed Mascot. Rear mounted spare tire. Denman Black Wall tires. Driver and Passenger outside mirrors. Excellent Packard for CCCA, Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) and Packard Club Events and Tours. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $85,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Here is a link to a driving video of this wonderful Packard:
  24. 50K original miles. West Coast car till coming East in the early Seventies. One repaint in 1979 which is still outstanding.. Reupholstered in the late nineties. I am the 4th owner. Very presentable original chrome and trim. Garaged every day of its life.. Never in an accident or taken apart. No rust anywhere I am the 4th owner. Black with Centaro Green wheels. Cream & Green upholstery. Equipped with automatic Transmission and fender skirts. In the last 5 years I have done the following. New brakes/master cylinder/ hoses/shoes/wheel bearings/DOT 5 fluid. Gas tank pulled and sent to Re-Nu for cleaning and resealing New Hartz black canvas top New wiring harness New heater control valve New rugs Upgraded water pump, rebuilt fuel pump and generator. full tune up and fluid changed regularly. Radio converted to AM/FM 5 New Coker wide white radials Wisper quiet motor motor. Great tour car. Covered 450 miles day trip recently. Time to thin the herd. $45K or near offers considered-Located in Washington D.C. metro area. Please call for more information or additional pictures. I don't do texting.Call 703-966-8422
  25. Just been contacted by a BCA acquiantance who lives just outside of Fort Worth, Texas. He wants $13,000 for this rare 1939 Century coupe with sidemounts. Sounds like a very good deal to me, but my garage is full and wallet a bit empty right now. Here is his description: I would appreciate it if you hear of anybody looking to buy an antique Buick giving them my name and phone number. I advertised it in the Bugle for $18K but got no takers and little interest. I am now asking $13K. It is sidemounted, unrestored with the original interior, repaint in 1975 with new running boards at that time. It has a 1950 320 Engine (in it when I bought it in 1998). It has been converted to 12 VDC with alternator. It runs good at freeway speeds. The transmission was overhauled 6 or 7 years ago and works perfectly. Thanks, Pat Russell BCA 34844 817-268-2378