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  1. I have two brand new seat back foam for 63-64 Riviera from Clarks Corvair for sale . You have to buy both bottom and seat back together and I only needed the bottoms. Will sell the seat backs for $35 each or $65 for the pair + $15 shipping to continental U.S . Send me a PM if interested . Thanks KReed ROA 14549
  2. 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS Convertible - A/C, power steering, brakes, windows and top. Owned and maintained for 20 years, motivated seller. Has good tires, recent A/C compressor, front end parts and shocks. Have original owner's manual, build sheet and "Protect-O-Plate. 327 with three speed hydromatic transmission. Contact me for details, please user only sale, no third party. Contact me for more pictures jrschan@comcast.net Price $28,500 OBO
  3. NOT a BrokerCustomer Feedback Click Here Available Transport Today Click Here Direct Enclosed Auto Transport In The Lower 48 States Year round subject to weather & road conditions Winch on & off - no driving your car No transfer or storage AACA - HCCA - MTFCA - MTFCI Member Call Jim at (260) 804-6695
  4. Very good condition '36 hood ornament with very minor imperfections. Original, not rechromed. Not broken or cracked. $300 plus shipping. PM me for more pix.
  5. Very clean and straight car. Super dry/never rusted High Desert car. All panels and present not dented. Chassis has had amateur restoration, engine gone though and nearly ready to fire up. Has the optional/upgrade steel disc wheels. Top bows are present for patterns. I have a good title for 4 door Oldsmobile $3500
  6. Hi Everyone, I just found and joined this great site. I have recently came into ownership of approximately 500 radios from 1950's to mid 1970's for predominantly American cars. They are from a car audio shop of 40 plus years in Hawthorne, CA whereby the owner carefully boxed and labeled the radios when he removed to install "hi fi" systems. Many appear to be in great shape with faceplates and knobs, some are not. Some are vacuum tube radios from the late 50's. I have not inventoried it all, but some of the boxes are labeled with the makes/models like Mopar, Cadillac, Mercury, Studebaker, Buick, Pontiac. My C1 vette friend said to "look for wonderbars". I cannot guarantee working condition but if you're looking for a period correct radio to refurbish or parts , there's a chance I may have it. I'm trying to avoid the Ebay route so shoot me a message or email at steventochi@outlook.com. Thanks, enjoy the pictures. Steve
  7. 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
  8. Helping a widow lady sell a set of dual side mounts. She said her husband bought them over 20 years ago for $1,800. That is what she is asking but will take a reasonable offer. She is moving and needed them gone so I brought them to the house. I understand they will fit 38 with modifications. Can anyone confirm? These are for Special series NOT Century, however may can be made to fit with a fender stretcher. I considered them for mine but as can be seen in the pictures they will require repairs more than I care to take on. For pick up only or could deliver to Charlotte Auto Fair in April. Additional pictures upon request. Shoot me an offer if interested
  9. Buick Motor division center caps for full size Buicks , 1971 to 1978 and later on cars with 15x6 wheels $255 shipped US set of 4 , part# 1236446
  10. Older, but excellent restoration with fresh tires and a new clutch. Also fresh wheel and front suspension paint. The leather and top are in good condition as the photos depict. Cooling system is 100% as is the foot and hand brake. The ignition system is Wico impulse mag and the carburetion is BB1 with air cleaner. Both modifications were for improved touring. The car has seen several HCCA long tours, all of which were successful. Four of which were in our hands. Feel free to call at 541 659 4392, or e-mail wcrow547@gmail.com
  11. Previous national event award winner. Numbers matching engine and chassis. Finished in black over a red leather interior with a beige folding convertible top. This particular Cadillac was recently released from 25 years of single ownership, during which it underwent a meticulous body-off-frame restoration that is documented by an accompanying photo album. It presents wonderfully, displaying only minor wear from occasional use and would be the perfect example to drive as is. Call (314)291-7000 or e-mail info@schmitt.com for more information. Price: $67,900.00
  12. Finished in Aztec Olivine Brown with an unrestored, original tan interior. Correct 282ci 8-cylinder engine. Options Include: bumper guards, Goddess of Speed hood ornament, Packard fog lamps, glovebox lid clock, Deluxe heater, wheel trim rings and whitewall tires. This particular example spent many years in Colorado and more recently was just released from a private Packard Museum in Michigan. It remains largely original, displaying only 58,857 actual miles and is exhibiting the type of patina that one would expect to see on an unrestored 80 year old motorcar. This Packard is accompanied by various receipts and invoices that date back to the mid 1970’s which document the mileage in addition to the some of the meticulous care that it has received throughout its life. It performs wonderfully and was recently serviced. Please e-mail info@schmitt.com or call (314) 291-7000 for more information. Price: $37,900.00
  13. 1948 Ford Super Deluxe Station Wagon Woodie Woody with Overdrive. Model 79B. Equip with Columbia Overdrive two speed rear axle which allows this Woodie to cruise effortlessly at modern highway speeds. Outstanding! Rare only 8,912 examples built. Driven 5,500 careful miles since a documented restoration. Finished in Black with Maple Rails and Mahogany Panels. All three seats are finished in Brown Leather. Beautiful wood grained dashboard. Powered by the famous 59-AB 239 Cubic Inch Flathead V-8 which Ford rated at 100 horsepower. Oil Filter. Dual Exhaust. Three speed transmission. The Columbia Overdrive two speed rear axle allows this Woodie to cruise effortlessly at modern highway speeds. Equip with lots of great options and accessories. AM preset seeking radio. Clock. Heater / Defroster. Driver side mirror. Accessory under the seat heaters have been installed for comfortable touring on chilly days. Dual tail lamps. Rear mounted spare tire with metal cover. Firestone tires. Turn Signals and Seat belts have been added for safety. Wonderful automobile for club events and tours. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $99,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this outstanding Ford in action:
  14. 1948 Buick Special Series 40 Fastback Sedan. Restored. Excellent. Only 14,051 examples produced. Finished in Royal Maroon. Gray striped cloth interior. Powered by a 248 cubic inch “Fireball” Straight Eight which Buick rated at 110 horsepower. Three Speed Manual transmission. This Buick is equip with lots of great options and accessories. Fog Lamps. Reversing Lamps. Am Radio. Clock. Window Vent Shades. Driver and Passenger side mirrors. Wide White Wall tires. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $34,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" CLICK ON LINK TO WATCH A DRIVING VIDEO OF THIS GREAT BUICK:
  15. 1928 Packard Six 526 5 Passenger Sedan. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “Full Classic”. California History. Sold new by the Earl C. Anthony Agency in Los Angeles California. Powered by Packard’s proven 241 cubic inch 6-cylinder engine which was rated at 80 horsepower. Three speed manual transmission. Finished in two tone Blue with Black fenders and Light Blue pinstripe. Tan Cloth interior. Woodgrain dash and window trim. Wonderful Leather instrument surround. This Packard is equipped with lots of great features. Dual Sidemounts. Cowl Lamps. Wind Wings. Trunk Rack with Trunk. Moto-Meter. Sun Visors. Bud Vase. Rear passenger foot rest. Vacuum Windshield Wiper. Step Plates. Wide White Wall tires. This is a wonderful Packard for club events and tours. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $54,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 Watch the video of this great Packard in action:
  16. https://boston.craigslist.org/nos/cto/d/salisbury-1939-buick-special-v8-runs/6846948116.html Not mine, but I have bought a car from this guy in the past and he is a straight shooter, decent guy to deal with. I talked to him on the phone tonight; it is his uncle's car, runs very well, 63,000 miles but as you can see it needs just about everything. They are asking $3200 but will take a bit less. Located in Salisbury, Mass., which is on the coast about 7 miles south of New Hampshire border; 45 miles or so north of Boston. FYI, this is a late '39 with the 10 mph increment speedometer, the hood brace halfway down the center hinge, and the wider spacing between the grille teeth. Pete Phillips, BCA #7338
  17. Not far from me if anyone wants me to go look. https://raleigh.craigslist.org/cto/d/sanford-1970-buick-electra-225/6840275783.html
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    Water manifold

    I found this manifold in my stash of Studebaker parts but I doubt that it is Studebaker. What engine does this fit? Robert Kapteyn studebaker@mac.com Put "studebaker" in the subject line otherwise it goes straight to trash!
  19. SOLD! I'm not often pleasantly surprised by old cars, but this pretty Imp was better in every way than I expected when it arrived. I acquired it from an estate with the only proviso being that I can't sell it to someone in the Erie, PA area because the family has just too many memories and they don't want to see it again. So, I'm sorry if you're an Eriean (Erieite?). When it was restored perhaps 15 years ago, it had to be insanely expensive because it has held up beautifully despite being a favorite car to drive to shows, parades, and other events. It has been refinished in its original colors, code 917 Seamist Turquoise over code 853 Turquoise vinyl, and I have to say that if you're going to have a car from this era, doing boring old black or red or white is a mistake--pastels are where it's at. It may show up as light blue or light green on your screen--it's really hard to get it just right on the computer, but it's neither light blue nor light green--it's definitely somewhere in-between. Bodywork is quite good and I see no evidence of wholesale panel replacement or botched bodywork underneath, although there are a few minor signs of use, mostly along the rockers where the tires have kicked up gravel. Chrome and stainless is quite nice and the car presents even better in person than in photos--it's really nice. The interior looks almost untouched, including the driver's seat and unique black and turquoise carpets. Seat belts were added during the restoration and they look like they belong there. Options include an unusual power front seat, power steering, power brakes, and an AM radio (now a digital AM/FM unit). The two-tone steering wheel is just beautiful and the crisply rendered gauges have bright markings--they all work except the clock. The white power top powers up and down easily and the trunk is outfitted with a correct mat set and a full-sized spare. It's powered by the "Super Turbo Fire" 283 cubic inch V8 topped by a Carter 4-barrel carburetor, which was rated at 230 horsepower. For smooth, usable, reliable power, it's hard to beat a small block Chevy and even though it stands in the shadow of the 409, I think this is one of those rare cases where I'd rather have the smaller engine. It's torquey, energetic, and runs beautifully. Turn the key and it fires easily and a reproduction dual exhaust system gives it a pleasing V8 burble that's suitably muted for the luxury-oriented convertible. The engine bay is neatly detailed with a few minor signs of use, but nothing that couldn't be erased on a Saturday afternoon. You'll note there's now an alternator in place of the original generator and a later Saginaw power steering pump, replacing the original generator/pump unit. Underneath, there's a TH350 3-speed automatic in place of the PowerGlide 2-speed, and I think that's a reasonable change that makes the car a bit more nimble in today's traffic and it's totally invisible. The floors appear to be entirely original with no patches, the X-frame isn't bent or tweaked in a way that would suggest previous accident damage, and it sits right on a set of fresh springs and shocks. Factory wheels and hubcaps give it the right look and G78-14 wide whites dress it up just right. Nicely sorted and ready to enjoy, this is a striking car that works well in just about any environment. You'll always be the star of a 1-car parade and I have to admit the streamlined Chevy bodywork has grown on me. I like this car a lot. I also think it's priced quite attractively at $49,900. Cars like this have been the cornerstone of the hobby for quite a while and if you like the look, you'll love the drive. thanks for looking!
  20. Purchased this rebuilt 4331s and it is not the correct one for my 425. This is for the Buick 300/340. It was rebuilt professionally. It is set up with an electric choke. Just want to gt my money back so I can get the correct carb. Price is 250 + frt (around $20 or so).
  21. Found this Franklin wheel at a local flea market a couple months ago. It is in very good condition with no obvious damage and only minor surface rust on the metal rim/drum. It looks to have been painted red on the rims with the spokes painted black. Not sure what year or model it’s from or its value. I just want it to go to a good home where it can be utilized on the rare Franklin automobile.
  22. Not mine. Looks very solid. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1941-Buick-Series-90-Limited/273520740998?hash=item3faf1b4a86:g:ZC4AAOSwYIpbziFX:rk:8:pf:0
  23. Hi My name is Dave and I am new to the forum. I own a 1978 Trans Am and my friend and I designed up and had a small run of Freedom and Freedom II battery toppers made. They are currently selling on eBay but we give a small discount to people who purchase them through the forums. I am not a company, I created these toppers with a friend because we wanted our cars to be as close to original as possible. Here are two YouTube video links of a short video of each of the toppers: Freedom - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FYsX9GRxXOE Freedom II - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3q301GBv4-0 I also included two pictures of the toppers. One of the toppers is in a Trans Am and the other picture is showing both toppers that are available. I hope everyone here likes the caps as much as I do. We spent almost 2 years gathering as much information as possible. Thanks Dave
  24. online car auction Paul Wobus estate Concordia MO 64020 Here is the link to the online auction '40 Packard 120 Convertible Sedan, '49 Plymouth Woody, Ford, Edsels & More At 502 Main St., Concordia, MO https://bid.atterberryauction.com/m/view-auctions/catalog/id/20038/ '40 Packard 120 Convertible Sedan, '49 Plymouth Woody, Ford, Edsels & Mo.. Preview day is April 1st in Concordia MO and the auction ends April 2nd. There will be a few more items added to the auction but I know everyone is anxious to see the cars. Please share this link with all your friends. Many things available for shipping. The more people seeing this the better. Thanks