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  1. PAEnglish11

    1928 Packard 526 Six Runabout

    This 1928 Packard Series 526 Six 2/4-Passenger Runabout was purchased by my grandfather in 1961 and owned my father before I inherited the car in 2015. The car is powered by a 288ci inline-six paired with a 3-speed manual transmission and was refurbished by the family between 1980 and 1983 with a repaint in cream, new caramel leather upholstery, mechanical overhauls, and more. Additional equipment includes a tan soft top, rumble seat, dual side-mount spares, and factory-optional cowl lights. Maintenance during my ownership has consisted of a recored radiator, new battery, and mechanical inspection in September 2018. This AACA Junior and Senior award winner is offered in Pennsylvania with a clean Florida title in the seller’s name. The early 1980s refurbishment was a body off, down to metal restoration that included bodywork, a repaint in cream and black, and the addition of a green pinstripe as well as the initials of my grandfather on the doors. The car was shown in 1983 AACA meets in York and Hershey, Pennsylvania, where it earned Junior and Senior Awards in successive shows. The car also earned numerous Preservation Awards after receiving the Senior Award in October of 1983. Tons of records including original purchase documents of my grandfather, original owners manual. Identical vehicle not in nearly the same condition recently sold at RM Sotheby's Hershey for $71.5K. Here is the link for the car: https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/hf18/hershey/lots/r0092-1928-packard-six-roadster/713421 Asking $75000 Please contact Pete English with questions/information or for additional pictures. Email: PeteEnglish11@gmail.com Ph: 407-474-6378
  2. Joan & Steve

    Buick Radio 1952

    I have a Buick radio from a 1952 (I think). My Dad had held on to it for years and I did too. It is all in tact with both knobs and all 5 channel push buttons that spell Buick. I have no idea if it works. I also have no idea of a price for it. I am downsizing and I must find it a new home. I don't want to put it in the trash after all this time ! Contact me for pictures. Thanks !
  3. Pair of 1931-32 Chrysler C Series headlamps. Please make certain they are for your specific needs. Their maybe differences between the models in which I am not aware of. Based on the lens part number I was told these are for the 1932 C series Chryslers. These are nice drivers or are in nice restorable condition. These were manufactured by C.M. Hall Lamp Company Detroit Michigan which is on both lenses and on the body of each lamp housing. The lenses are a "Depress Beam" type. They will need to be re plated to be perfect. One partial split on a trim ring. I think they would polish up nice as they are. One lens is flat (12941) and the other is rounded (13464). I have a pair of chromed headlight mounts for a CM6 roadster also , somewhere? I will list them separately when I find them. $500.00 plus shipping and insurance if desired. Pay Pal accepted. fiely@comcast.net
  4. For all you Reatta Lovers out there including myself, here is my personal car for sale as shown on my collector car website. Click on the link below to see complete description & photos. I'm am the third owner & the previous owner's were from Atlanta, GA & Amelia Island in N. Florida. It's a good one so if you are in the market for a Reatta, don't miss this one. https://www.brandoncollection.com/1990_Buick_Reatta_Saint Simons Island_GA_18981473.veh Engine runs smooth & quiet, transmission shifts flawlessly, & a/c blows cold & strong. Car has always been rust free & has most of it's original paint. The convertible top with glass window is in good shape with no tears or excessive wear. The leather on seats is still soft & shows well. No cracks on the dashboard or tears on door panels The paint on the rear panel just below the tail light lens has begun peeling for some unknown reason, but rest of paint shows well. ABS light is on & probably needs a new brake accumulator. The power antenna mast does not go up & down. Other than that, everything else in working order. I have since put on the missing Reatta emblem on the front passenger side alloy wheel center cap. I have not had the time to take care of those issues mentioned; therefore I have priced the car very reasonable @ just $5,500 when you take into consideration the fairly low miles it has & total overall condition. Car is reliable in it's present condition & I would not be afraid to drive it on any long distance trip today. Thanks for looking. PM me or call me @ 912-634-4949 if you have interest in purchasing. Car is located in beautiful St. Simons Island, GA (75 miles in between Jacksonville & Savannah on the coast of Georgia) Stuart A/K/A Reatta Vice St. Simons Island, GA 912-634-4949
  5. 5 NOS center caps for the 78 anniv Riviera with real wire wheels $475 shipped US " REDUCED $445 Shipped US "
  6. wndsofchng06

    Emergency light

    Neat emergency light, suction cup bottom. 6v, I dont have a 6v battery so not sure it it operates. $25 obo.
  7. BookGeek

    1969 Plymouth Assembly Manuals

    Faxon Auto Literature prints chassis and engine equipment assembly manuals for 1969 B-bodies. These manuals have never been available to the public before. These books show detailed illustrations, part numbers, and torque specs for transmission and clutch housing, clutch pedal and linkage, steering gear and linkage, shifter and linkage, steering column, suspension, brakes, brake pedals and linkage, brake lines, exhaust system, cruise control, bumpers, carburetor, fuel lines, vacuum lines, throttle linkage, accelerator pedal, fan and drive, engine mounts/supports, and starter. The books cover all 1969 Plymouth GTX, Road Runner, Satellite, Sport Satellite, Belvedere, Police, Taxi, and Wagons. They sells for $24 each. You can order by phone at 1-800-458-2734, or find in on the Faxon Auto Literature website at: 1969 Plymouth Belvedere Assembly Manuals You can also find shop manuals, owner's manuals, and parts books on the site for all years of Plymouths.
  8. For all you Reatta Lovers out there including myself, here is my personal car for sale as shown on my collector car website. Click on the link below to see complete description & photos. It's a good one so if your in the market for a Reatta, don't miss this one. https://www.brandoncollection.com/1990_Buick_Reatta_Saint Simons Island_GA_18981473.veh Engine runs smooth & quiet, transmission shifts flawlessly, & a/c blows cold & strong. Car has always been rust free & has most of it's original paint. The paint on the rear panel just below the taillight lens has begun peeling for some unknown reason, but rest of paint shows well. ABS light is on & suspect it needs a new accumulator, & the power antenna mast does not go up & down. Other than that, everything else in working order. I have since put on the the missing Reatta emblem on the front passenger side alloy wheel center cap. I have not had the time to take care of those issues; therefore I have priced the car very reasonable @ just $5,500 when you take into consideration the fairly low miles it has & total overall condition. Car is reliable in it's present condition & I would not be afraid to drive it on any long distance trip today. Thanks for looking. PM me or call me @ 912-634-4949 if you have interest in purchasing. Car is located in beautiful St. Simons Island, GA (75 miles in between Jacksonville & Savannah on the coast of Georgia) Stuart A/K/A Reatta Vice St. Simons Island, GA 912-634-4949
  9. Mopar Dodge Plymouth 34 Car Bell Housing. $125 For more information or photo's give me a call. 406-543-2591
  10. Penske PC-7

    1933 Pierce Arrow 836 Club Sedan

    Not mine, but I wish it were. Several years ago, I showed my '31 Cadillac 355A convertible coupe at St. Johns, and had the pleasure of admiring this car, as it was also on the show field. I thought I had owned my last Classic sedan, but this one could change my mind. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1933-Pierce-Arrow-836-Club-Sedan/202538735510?hash=item2f283fd796:g:Gr0AAOSw4m9cFSiq:rk:50:pf:0&vxp=mtr
  11. I have for sale a really nice 1963 1964 1965 left/driver's side lower rear quarter panel trim molding. This was a piece that I had originally taken off of my car and replaced because someone had apparently slammed a car door into it putting a nice vertical crease in it. I then had a "perfect storm" if you will to get me to decide to resurrect this piece from the scrap pile. I have a friend that used to have collector cars that was cleaning out his basement. In the process he gave me all of his stainless steal polishing supplies. A week later Jason came out with his excellent article in the latest Riview on stainless trim polishing. I was now inspired to try something I had never tried before. I dug out the stainless trim I had replaced on my car to see what I could do. This piece is the product of my first efforts. I feel that it is now show quality or very near show quality. It is certainly better than any trim I have on my car now and light years away from the crap you see being pedaled on e-bay. Having done this, of course, means I will be removing all of the trim pieces on my car in the future and polishing them now that I have seen how beautiful these pieces can look. I am offering this to forum members first before I list it on e-bay. As always I forgot to take a before picture but, the last picture has the pens showing where the vertical crease was before I worked on it. $65.00 shipped. Thanks. Bill
  12. The is an original part off a CM6 Roadster. What you see is what you get - pieces. It was taken apart and the body was re chromed. The Chrome is very nice. $70.00 plus shipping cost. fiely@comcast.net
  13. Door Stop Pads are Steel Rubber # 40-0010-70 https://www.steelerubber.com/door-bumper-40-0010-70. List for $9.60 ea. Fits many years of Chrysler, Desoto, Dodge & Plymouth. Hood pad corners are # 40-0128-42 but may be an older version than what is shown now. They are the correct size 1 5/16 but these have a river hole on both sides. Anyway list for $55.80 pr. I have 4. These parts were ordered for a 1931 CM6 Roadster and never used. $30.00 plus shipping for everything. fiely@comcast.net
  14. Moonbeamspecial

    1926 Buick

    1926 Buick master Six..Nice older restoration with receipts. LeBaron Bonney interior. Runs and drives . Asking $15,000. Trades considered for motorcycles.Car is storage near Melmore , Ohio.... Phones calls or emails only 740-692-9526 eastern...
  15. 1957 Pontiac continental kit. This kit is a older repro that was never installed or painted. price $1250.00 It is located in Chambersburg Pa. phone 717-four 0 four-6347
  16. Two differentials for Dyna Flow transmissions complete with torque tube: 1954 Buick Special M40, 1955 Buick Century M60. Located in Mariposa, CA. $140.00 each.
  17. Very nice appears unused rear view mirror to mount clamped to rain gutter. $25, domestic postage $15.
  18. wndsofchng06

    1980 riviera not mine

    https://raleigh.craigslist.org/cto/d/1980-buick-riviera/6740469265.html Nice looking car.... 1980 1980 Buick Riviera condition: fair cylinders: 8 cylinders drive: fwd fuel: gas paint color: white size: full-size title status: clean transmission: automatic $1600 Riviera 64,000 original miles, White with a Burgundy interior. Power Windows, Power Seats. V8 $1600 The Good - Low miles, runs and drives fine. Interior in good shape. Dependable. Just last week upgraded the headlights to LEDs. The Bad - Air conditioning, horn, cruise and defrost doesn't work, (heater works well but doesn't switch to defrost). Good news- in North Carolina it doesn't need to be inspected because of age.
  19. Nice set of lower engine sheet metal. These are 1931 CM6 Roadster. May fit others and I can measure if needed. Tow pairs and a tie bar. One pair was walnut blasted, primed and painted - look like new. The other pair is ion fine shape too. Buy all for $75.00 plus shipping or one set for $50.00 plus shipping. A lot of cars had these removed and thrown away with engine repairs over the years or they are really beat up. fiely@comcast.net
  20. NOS part. Sealed Power #57L 1931 to 1933 CHRYSLER, all six cyl. models 1930 to 1932 DODGE, all models 1935 to 1938 DODGE, model DU, D2, D5, D8 1935 to 1938 DODGE TRUCK, model KC, KCL, RC, RD 1930 to 1932 PLYMOUTH, four cyl., model 30U, PA, PB 1935 to 1938 PLYMOUTH, all models $35.00 plus shipping. fiely@comcast.net
  21. Interior trim plates for 1931-32 ish Chrysler. $10.00 plus shipping cost. fiely@comcast.net
  22. 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
  23. wndsofchng06

    Early 60s 401 and trans.

    4bbl intake, no carb and no starter. Motor turns by hand. Has three-groove pulleys for AC and power steering. Comes with the matching transmission which I assume is a late dynaflow. Has been kept inside until now. Wrapped in trash bags and tarps, I have no room. Can palletize and send fastenal. Or deliver within 200 miles of Durham for fuel cost. $500 obo.
  24. Box of new CM6 ignition set. Points, condensers, rotor and thermostat. $20.00 plus shipping. 1931 CM6 distributor. Was removed from a running CM6. I used the tag off of it. It will need cleaned but it appear to be very serviceable. Little to no play in the shaft and the lobes look good. $20.00 plus shipping. fiely@comcast.net
  25. Original driveshaft from a fully restored 1931 CM6 Roadster. Was removed to add overdrive unit for a cross country run. No Rust, it looks great for a 80 year old part. The trunion/bearing have been wrapped and seal. The boot probably need to be replaced. May fit other vehicles and I will measure if needed. $150.00 plus shipping and packing cost. fiely@comcast.net