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  1. Me and my friends found a old car possibly a Ford Model T in the woods by my house, and we were just wondering how to identify it for sure? The problem is we just found the bare frame of the car and various parts, all of them are rusted and scattered. We want to know if anything is notable and or worth something? Any help, even the smallest bit would be appreciated. Thank you!
  2. FOR SALE: a 21-25 Model T frame straight and no rust complete with pressed steel running board brackets & battery box. It is locared in Piscataway NJ 08854. Anyone in need for their next project? Asking $200 obo. Please call Tom 908-693-5535 between 9AM & 9PM EDT.
  3. The attached photos are from my '32 Pontiac that I am restoring. The top portion of the frame has pitting where the front of the body mounts. My guess is that this level of pitting is not unusual or 1932 GM cars because of the way the water would flow from a inadequately sealed from window. My feeling is that this pitting is not severe enough to remove or reinforce. The frame is rock solid with little or no rust except for these areas My feeling is that just filling in the pits for cosmetic reasons would be adequate. Some thoughts from those who have faced this problem, please. Is the p
  4. Hi all, I am new to this site as well as the Desoto vehicles. I recently acquired a '59 Firedome with a 383. The good news is that the car is complete sans one piece of chrome trim. The bad news is that it has sat outside too long and not only needs floor pans from the firewall back, including the trunk, but the frame is rotten and broken just ahead of the rear spring perch. I was able to get the motor turning over last night without the plugs in it but after putting the plugs back in and letting it down from the jackstand, it refused to turn over. I then removed all the plugs and put it back
  5. i have many parts for sale for a 1930 coupe. Here is a list of what I can remember. Hood- in great shape Frame- great shape 2 head light bars head light buckets straight six flathead 313041-1 and 310229-2 and 3 spped transmisson with pedals seat springs 2 frant fenders 4 rear fenders lots of small parts 4 wheels (wooden spokes) i know this stuff is good for restoration and I will not scrap it, but it is currently in my way and need to get rid of it. i would rather see someone who needs it for their project get it than it sit in the corner of the shop. I will make someone a great deal, Please
  6. I have a Model T frame and axles. The front axle is a Speedster axle. I need to get rid of it. I am in Salt Lake City. The highest offer gets it. here are some pictures:
  7. I saved a 68 Wildcat 2 dr fastback from the crusher just couldn't stand to see the beautiful roof & glass get scraped , so it came home with me I have now processed it and saved the roof section doors and glass for a future project, now I need to sell the complete frame with all suspension still on it or will separate, also a decent frt bumper headlamp grill bezels rocker mlds, little end pieces, hood corners, inner fenders, and other misc parts let me know if you need anything, I'll try to help!
  8. I have most of the other parts but the frame is way to rusty to repair so I'm hoping to find one w/good # & with a proper title. Thanks, Bob
  9. I have a chassis minus engine and transmission for sale that I have been told is a 1938 Chevrolet 3/4 ton. I will attemp to add pictures to this ad, but if I'm not successful please email me at gearheadgalaxy2@centurylink.net to have me send the photos. Please note the wheels on the rear as I would suspect they are difficult to find?? I live in the middle of Missouri near Interstate 70 - so easy access to pick up. Would ship within the U.S. if you make all arrangements and pay. I would like to have $250 for the chassis - Thanks for looking at this and if I am incorrect on the year, model, or e
  10. Hello everyone, Your help is much needed! My father and I are in the process of taking apart a '63. We're at the point of removing the body from the frame, and our original owners manuals aren't providing too much assistance. My first inquiry is about where all the frame bolts are located. We have two in the front behind the first set of wheels, and the same in the back behind the second set of wheels. Surely there are more bolts securing the body to the frame? My second question would be in regards to the windshield wiper removal. We have the assembly loose inside the body in front of the w
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