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  1. For Sale on Craigslist 1969 Chrysler 300 Convertible in Dearborn Heights, Michigan - $16,000 - CALL Mark 313.739.9933 Link: Seller's Description: Very clean and very well maintained. Low mile 440 original car. Purchased in 1974 by my father who recently passed away. Car has always been garage kept. Road ready now. NO E-MAILS. CALL Mark 313.739.9933 .
  2. This is a 2.2 Ltr Turbo 4 cyl 175 HP, 5 spd manual trans. Original engine which received regular maintenance while in use. No serious buildup of dust or lubricant film. Belts, hoses & clamps serviceable. Exhaust components are in-place w/ some surface rust. P225/50R15 Laramie radial tires. Door panels are good. Carpet & door sills are good. Seats are good. Sheet metal is straight. Panel fit is good. Rear window shade is off the car, but in good shape. Car located in southeastern NC. Asking $3100.00
  3. There's a little confusion about what, exactly, this handsome all-original Packard sedan actually is. It does not appear to be a standard-issue sedan for a variety of reasons. One, it's on the 138-inch wheelbase, which is 11 inches longer than the standard 160. Two it has a divider window, but matching cloth seats front and rear. And three, there's a single sideways-facing jump seat in the back, which a Packard friend of mine referred to as the "assistant's seat." So whatever the case may be, this Packard was probably special-ordered and Packard being Packard was only too happy to oblige. I think that's pretty cool. I have known this car my entire life and more than seven decades of its history is known. It was purchased at a used car lot on Detroit Avenue in Cleveland in 1952 by a member of the Ohio Region CCCA, and it stayed in his care until his death in 1994. It was in storage for several years, but eventually his widow sold it to a well-known member of the CCCA in New Jersey, and it remained with him until earlier this year. In 2015, it was shipped to Europe for the Packard Meet in Switzerland, and toured extensively there. It came up for sale earlier this year, and since we were getting low on inventory, I grabbed it and brought it home to Cleveland. As I said, I've known the car all my life and can remember it being at all the big events when I was a kid. Today it shows just over 38,000 original miles and is beautifully preserved inside and out. It is very much a survivor, wearing original paint and upholstery, and the 356 cubic inch straight-8 has never been opened or removed. It proudly wears an AACA HPOF badge and looks great in person. It's original, so it's far from perfect but like all good original cars, it's more than presentable and happily carries its battle scars as signs of a life well lived. Yes, it's a bit nicer in photos than in person, but I don't think anyone will complain. There's some checking in the black lacquer, a few areas where it has flaked off, mostly on the sidemount covers, but there's no sign of rust, rot, or substandard repairs--one of the advantages of an original car. The chrome is remarkably nice throughout, with minimal pitting on the cast parts and lovely straight bumpers and that towering Packard grille, which still features operational thermostatic louvers. The interior is beautifully preserved, wearing tan broadcloth throughout. There are a few threadbare areas in the high-traffic spots like the edge of the driver's seat, but again, nothing that needs attention. Door panels are beautiful, the original woodgraining looks remarkable for its age with no fading or flaking, and even the original carpets are pretty good. The only notable demerits are some crumbling on the steering wheel near the chrome rings on the cross-bar and a missing knob for the crank-up divider window. All the gauges are fully operational, including BOTH clocks, which tick away reliably (front is electric, rear is hand-wound), and this car was ordered without a radio so there's a factory block-off plate in the center. The rear seat is spacious, with a fold-out jump seat that looks barely used on the left, behind the driver, with a small storage compartment on the right. And I'm pretty sure that's a heater in the center in the back seat, although I have not tested it. Even the headliner is in great shape with just one fingertip-sized hole up near the dome light. The package tray has water stains and the trunk is kind of basic, but it does include a matching full-sized spare so you don't have to wrestle with the sidemounts if you're in need. There are some who will argue that the final 356 cubic inch straight-8 is the best of Packard's best, and I can't disagree. In 1942 it was rated at 160 horsepower, close enough to rival my big Buick. But it isn't horsepower that makes this engine sing, since it doesn't really like to rev, but rather the effortless creamy-smooth torque that moves this car like it's powered by an electric motor. The engine has never been apart and runs beautifully, starting with the original accelerator pedal switch and cruising pretty easily at 60 MPH (there is no overdrive). Routine maintenance items have been recently serviced, including a full tune up, and there's evidence that the radiator has been re-cored and the water pump replaced, making it mechanically healthy and ready to tour. I'm flat-out astounded by how beautifully this car rides, ignoring bumps and gliding over broken pavement without a wiggle or a rattle, superior to my Buick, and the rear suspension enjoys tube shocks (a real innovation for 1942) with aftermarket helper springs. The only thing that bothers me is an exhaust leak, but I have new manifold gaskets on order and I expect that'll be remedied in a week or so. Braking is confident, steering is effortless, and the recent exhaust system has a nice 8-cylinder grumble that's a bit more trucky than the Buick, but by no means objectionable. Lester wide whites look appropriate, and those simple logo-free hubcaps are correct for 1942. Extras include the original owner's manual, shop manual, lots of extra parts, a car cover, and other goodies to safely tour on the road. I like big luxury cars like this--obviously. I'm delighted to compare and contrast this Packard with my Buick and the Cadillac 60S I sold a while ago, and the Packard rides the best. The engine is strong, and this is very much the effortless cruiser you'd expect. And quite honestly, the view down the hood of a Packard is still the best in the business. This Packard is available for $37,900, and gets you a car that's welcome almost anywhere, remains delightful to drive, and should be bulletproof reliable for another few decades to come with nothing more than gas and oil. Enjoy!
  5. $25,000 on FB MarketPlace not mine, wish it was..... thoughts on value? anybody looked at it? Looks to still need finishing up... ie steering wheel, some loose wire etc... Hi guys thanks for the add. I'm trying to help a 75 yr old friend of mine to sell his 36 Buick three window coupe. Straight-8, 3spd manual, floor shifted. A very cool car that was restored 20 years ago and never driven. It's a very rare dual side-mount car. It's been in a garage ever since, comes with a ton of rare parts and manuals. I was last running 8 yrs ago. I'm sure this will be a blast to drive with a little work. He's asking $25k - not sure if he's being realistic or not... see pics. It's located in Massachusetts. Thanks! The first 4 pics are of the car when it was just completed, the rest were taken this past Saturday, as I found it. Stuffed with dryer sheets to prevent any mice from entering the car.
  6. 1922 Duesenberg Model A Custom Fleetwood "Doctor's Coupe." ACD Certified, restored, over $60K recently spent full engine rebuild. Show winner. $249,900. Click here for full description, video and photo gallery.
  7. I have a number of NOS Wagner Brake Light Switches, correct for 1936-1940 BUICK. These have the correct screw terminals for the wire mounting. If you've looked, you know this screw-mount style is hard to find these days. A lot of guys wind up changing the connectors on their wiring harness to accommodate switch they can buy today. With the NOS brake light switches I'm selling you won't ever have to do that. I have a number of these NOS Wagner switches available. So, feel free to buy a few spares. Not all are in boxes, but ALL are guaranteed to be NOS. The price is just $10 each, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John 1936, 1937, 1938,1939, 1940
  8. I have a number of NOS Wagner Brake Light Switches, correct for 1936-1940 BUICK. These have the correct screw terminals for the wire mounting. If you've looked, you know this screw-mount style is hard to find these days. A lot of guys wind up changing the connectors on their wiring harness to accommodate switch they can buy today. With the NOS brake light switches I'm selling you won't ever have to do that. I have a number of these NOS Wagner switches available. So, feel free to buy a few spares. Not all are in boxes, but ALL are guaranteed to be NOS. The price is just $10 each, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John 1936, 1937, 1938,1939, 1940
  9. For sale on Craigslist 1954 Buick Special 4-door Sedan in Capitola, California - $7,500 - No phone # provided, reply to Seller through Craigslist email to Link: Seller's Description: Selling my 1954 Buick Special. Estimated around 65k miles (possibly original). Original 264ci V8 with dynaflow transmission. Had it running a couple months ago, carb is disconnected at the moment. Needs valve work, head gasket, brake cylinders, and reverse only works when cold (linkage adjustment?). Current registration and all exterior lights work. Some floorpan rust but car is structurally sound and complete on recent tires. Clean title in hand. Make an offer.
  10. For Sale on Ebay 1952 Buick Super Riviera 2-door hardtop in Greensboro, North Carolina - Ebay Seller: antiqueaparts Ebay Link: Seller's Description: This is a 1952 Buick Super Riviera in EXCELLENT condition. It has NEW paint, interior, much of the chrome and many other items. It has a powerful 263 straight 8 motor and a Power Glide automatic transmission. The entire car is in exceptionally nice condition. This company was started in 1966 and has been a member of AACA since 1967 and has since sold around 8,000 automobiles. Although they sell all kinds of automobiles, they specializes in antique automobiles. In 53 years this company has produced 35 first place AACA autos. Thousands of others have found this to be the nicest antique automobiles in the Eastern United States.
  11. For Sale on Craigslist 1964 Buick Wildcat 2-door hardtop in Milford, Massachusetts - $12,900 - Contact: Jeff (508) 498-5789 Seller's Description: 1964 Buick Wildcat coupe. 35,000 miles from new. 2 owner car, same family. extremely well preserved, original car. One repaint years ago that has recently been color sanded and buffed to a high gloss. This car had all chrome removed for paint at the time. Gorgeous three color red interior in great condition. Wildcat 445 engine which is a 401 nailhead V8 with four barrel carb. 325 Horsepower. First year Turbo 400 trans. Buick called it the Super Turbine 400. Power steering and power brakes. Super clean under the hood. That is the original green paint on the motor. Clean, solid trunk floor. The body is rust free. clean, solid under. Floors and frame are solid and nice. Chrome and bumpers are original and nice. The car has been recently serviced and is ready to enjoy now. Jump in it and go. The best color combination. This is a non titled vehicle out of R.I. and is being sold with a previous R.I. registration. They don't title older than 2000 in that state. Come see it today.
  12. The price has been lowered to just $25, plus shipping. This is a STROMBERG AAV-16 carb, suitable for rebuilding. It's a take-off from about 45 years ago. So, there's plenty of dust and dirt on the carb exterior. That is just crud on the outside. I haven't done any cleaning. However, everything moves as it should (no shafts or throttle butterflies seized or rusted). The choke is complete, and seems to function. Has the electric switch in place, for use with the gas pedal starting system. This general carburetor fits some of the following BUICKs: -1939 40 series -1941 60, 70 and 90 series -1941 and 1942 40 and 50 series -1946 and 1947 40 and 50 series However, be sure to check to make sure this carburetor is right for you. You can always PM me with the specific STROMBERG sub-number you need, and I'll check this carb's sub-number. Again, this carb is being sold as a core. It should be a good candidate for rebuilding. Don't expect to bolt it on as-as, and go down the road! The price has now been cut to just $25, plus the shipping. Thanks for looking. John
  13. Hello Everyone,I will have a transport spot available from Arkansas, Missouri, Eastern Oklahoma, Eastern Kansas back to Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Etc. This trip will load late the week of Feb 16th or close depending on weather. This trip will be with the Ameri-Lite aluminum single car enclosed trailer. This is an actual vehicle trailer with a dove-tail rear & a drive in rear door for loading of the lowest of vehicles. The vehicle need not run as the trailer has an electric winch, but it MUST roll on inflated tires & the brakes cannot be stuck!I have well over 3.5 million accident-free transport miles over the last 36+ years. Please see this link for hundreds of ALL positive feedback posted by the actual customers, NOT by me! Out of the 2500 or so vehicles I have transported in my career, there is only ONE negative feedback. That is concerning a hailstorm I got caught in 10 years ago. the incident happened, but the story posted on some Mickey Mouse little website in the seedier corner of the internet is FAR from the truth! me a call, email or P.M. for a cash on delivery price quote. I do not take deposits as I believe a mans word is his bond & I only charge by the loaded mile.Thank You & God BlessBill Squires(owner)Bill's Auto Works(216)832-8697 No
  14. It's a 4 door 6 cyl., but just look at the condition of it! It's a couple hours away from me.
  15. 425 Nailhead engine for sale. I believe it came pout of a 1966 Buick. $600.00 CASH. Must pick up.
  16. I have for sale a 1965 power seat lower trim bracket. This is the rear bracket for the outer trim piece that would move with the seat as it moves up and down. It mounts between the bottom of the seat frame and the top of the seat track. This rear bracket is different than the rear bracket for the 1963-1964 outer trim pieces (the 1963-1964 outer trim piece is different also). The last 2 photos show where it would be located on the trim piece. Trim piece not included. These are hard to find. $15.00 plus shipping. Please PM me if interested. Thanks. Bill
  17. I recently bought seven cars, mainly Chrysler products, out of long term storage in an enclosed shed. Most of the cars and parts were put in there over 40 years ago and sealed up. In the group I purchased a 31 Plymouth Model PA roadster with a ton of spare parts, some of which interchange with 32 Plymouth PB and 31-32 Desoto. I’m just beginning to remove the parts from the building and both the car and extra parts will be for sale as I sort through everything to make sure the roadster is complete.
  18. nos part # 1064458&104459 fits 6 and 8 cylinder exhaust pipe shown below 2 1/8 "id 1936-1959 Dodge & Plymouth 6 cyl front of muffler 1936-1954 Chrysler Desoto 6 cyl fits rear of muffler 1949-1956 Chrysler 8 cyl fits REAR of muffler 1952-1956 Desoto 8 cyl rear of muffler 1955-1959 Desoto Front of muffler& plymouth 8 cyl rear of muffler $12.00 including shipping email to purchase or PM here HAVE A GREAT DAY😃
  19. Not mine, but for sale by a friend and club member. These are powerful, comfortable road cars with all the amenities, perfect for touring. $4,995
  20. 1930 Air Cooled Franklin SedanThis is the First Car that had a Revolutionary Airplane- Type Engine …. Air CooledThe 1930 Franklin engine produces the greatest power for cylinder capacity of All automotive power plants of it’s time. It traveled from New York to Los Angles in 69 hours, 31 minutes – a new all-time record for 1930... It was a high end luxury car of it’s era, holding it’s own with Packard and Cadillac. This car is not restored to original showroom condition, but has been rebuilt and renewed, to make it a DAILY DRIVER ….. for safe use on today’s highways…..It has four wheel, Rebuilt, Hydraulic brakes, on 14” drums …. Full elliptic springs for a smooth ride, even on rough roads….. Recently Rebuilt, Fully Balanced, High Compression, 6 cylinder Air- cooled engine, putting out 105 hp…. Recently Rebuilt 4 speed transmission…. Powder coated wire wheels, with new, 6 ply tires….. New, Real Leather upholstery….very comfortable seats, with interior fully insulated, with sound proofing…. New safety glass installed, after recent paint job….. 12 volt conversion, with new, Bright, LED Headlights, Tail lights and Turn Signals….. It has original, Trunk/Luggage Rack and Dual Side mount spare tires on Powder coated rims…..This car has been driven all over the USA, from coast to coast and from the Deep South up into Canada to the Northwest Territory, Arctic Circle and back… It will cruise all day long comfortably at 55 – 60 mph, accelerating up into the 70’s when needed….. It is truly a Fine Touring car, Ready to be Driven Often…. I have all written records, of all the work done on this car, since 1944…… It has a clear New Mexico Title in my name, and is presently insured and Driven….This Beautiful, Full Classic Automobile is priced to sell on today’s slow, virus restricted Market….. I will accept $16,000
  21. This 1912 Model 35 Buick touring is a super running car. A largely original car. 2 recent AACA reliability tours with NO problems. Has never overheated or vapor locked I've owned this Buick for about 20 years and driven about 3,000 miles with no breakdown of any kind. Water pump rebuilt and bosch mag with impulse added several years ago. The exterior and interior are presentable. Front seat bottom is not original. Would make a great HPOF car. Hate to see it go but I have storage space issues. Drive it home for just $38,000 obo Video:
  22. *SOLD* Until this beautiful convertible rolled into my shop, I had never seen one of these in person before. About 2500 were built in 1946 and 1947 (a few '47s were reserialzed and sold in 1948) but most experts seem to agree that fewer than 100 remain today. Like all wood-bodied vehicles, the attrition rate is obviously quite high. This one is one of the finest in existence, with just 146 miles on a comprehensive, show-quality, body-off restoration. It has been in long-term ownership for more than two decades in a significant collection where no expense was spare to make it exceptional. The wood, the bodywork, and all the details are extremely well done and probably better than new. The color is called Maize Yellow, and it looks a lot like Tacoma Tan to my eye. It's handsome, particularly against the wooden bodywork. The light-colored maple framing of the bodywork is original wood; the mahogany panels were replaced during the restoration. Obviously the bodywork is bespoke on the Sportsman, including the rear fenders which are slightly narrower due to the wider rear deck. The doors fit beautifully while the deck lid needs a little extra pressure to close--not significant and it'll probably relax in the spring when the weather warms up. It also wears accessory bumper ends, spotlight, and fog lights. The red leather interior was Ford's top-of-the-line and everything was standard, including power windows at all four corners. Obviously everything is new and it all works: gauges, radio, clock, and we just serviced the windows and top so they work properly as well. Floors are Ford's usual rubber mats with carpeted inserts and the dash has lovely woodgraining that looks great, although it has a lot of competition. You'll also note this car has a factory-installed Columbia 2-speed rear axle, which has a neat little switch built into the dash. The top has a matching black canvas boot and the trunk is correctly finished with a rubber mat, cardboard panels, and a matching spare tire. The powertrain is standard Ford: 239 cubic inch flathead V8. Why mess with success? This one starts almost instantly every time with just a little choke, idles smoothly, and pulls the handsome woody around with genuine zeal. I love flatheads because they always feel frisky and energetic, and this is no exception despite the wood body being a little heavier than the steel convertibles. It's correctly detailed in Ford Blue, and all the little stuff is right: wiring harness, hoses, clamps, and even the original bakelite coil. The transmission shifts beautifully with none of the usual clutch chatter, even in reverse (typical of Fords of this vintage) and the undercarriage is detailed and very correct. Due to the weather, I have not been able to test the Columbia at highway speeds, but given the quality and functionality of the rest of the car, I have no concerns. Painted steel wheels wear correct Firestone wide whites that still have the little red 'F' on their faces. A car identical to this just sold at RM Scottsdale for $190,000 and it wasn't this nice. They're down from their peak where they were pulling close to $300K, but they're still the most desirable flathead Fords of all. With an exceptional restoration, full functionality, and a show-stopping presentation, this is the best available. Price is $219,900. What a car! Thanks for looking!
  23. *SOLD*41,000 original miles. One repaint in original colors (code 20 Festival Red over code 60 Alcan White), although I think the current white is a little too icy. Looks good, bodywork very straight, doors close well, never any bodywork or damage. Very good original chrome and trim, even has original T3 headlights. Beautiful original interior with working power windows, modern AM/FM/cassette head unit hidden in glove box. Good glass and weather seals. Very nicely trimmed trunk with what I believe is the original spare tire. 324 cubic inch Rocket V8 runs great. Starts quickly and idles well. Currently running on electric fuel pump but the mechanical pump is there. Slight exhaust leak when it's cold but it vanishes after a minute or so. Newer dual exhaust that's nice and quiet, uses the original exhaust tips under the rear bumper. Runs, drives, and shifts well, pretty tight and rattle-free. Super clean and solid underneath, no issues in the rockers, even the spare tire well is completely solid. Some white paint splattered under there, don't know how that happened, but I didn't want to spray black paint over it or anything like that. Older G78-15 wide whites that look pretty good. Asking price is a reasonable $24,900. Thanks for looking and Happy Thanksgiving!
  24. 1950 Mercury 8 Passenger Station Wagon Woodie with Overdrive. Style M79. Outstanding. Very rare only 1,746 Mercury Woodys were produced in 1950. This Mercury is an exceptional example with known ownership history from new. Only three documented owners. The second owner a Doctor enjoyed this great Woodie for 58 years. During his ownership he spared no expense in caring for his beloved Mercury. He kept a maintenance record book which included gasoline fill ups, service, repairs and rebuilds. Today this Mercury remains largely original with one repaint and some necessary preservation. Finished in Trojan Grey with the Factory Original Blue Leather interior. New front floor mat. Outstanding original woodgrain dashboard. Three rows of seating with the two rear seats being removable. Powered by Mercury’s 255 cubic inch 8CM Flathead V-8 which was rated at 110 horsepower. Three Speed Manual Transmission with Overdrive allows this Woodie to cruise effortlessly at modern highway speeds. Other features include AM Radio. Clock. Reversing Lamp. Dual Tail lamps. Rear mounted spare tire with metal cover. Second and third row ashtrays. Locking Gas Cap. Turn signals. Front seatbelts have been added for safety. Radial Wide White Wall tires. Ready to Drive, Show and enjoy. $59,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Woodie in action: