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  1. I've found a 58 hardtop project car but the front seat is missing. Is any other Buick/GM front seat frame/spring assembly the same as a 58 Century 4-door hardtop seat? From looking at pictures, I would guess that the 57 Olds and Buick "B" bodies shared a common seat frame, but I'd like to be more certain before I buy a seat. I have searched this forum but can't find an answer; hope someone can help me out. Thanks! JoeT
  2. Greetings from Las Vegas, My name is Don McGrath and I would like to ask everyone here their opinion if I may. I would like to sell my Buick, but I am having a difficult time determining what the car is worth. I have looked on ebay and Hemmings Motor News for similar cars, but so far I have not found anything close to what I have. I'm hoping some classic car enthusiasts here can help me. The car I have is a 1958 Buick Limited 4 door that has been in storage since 1968. The car has all of the options that were available when new. The body is very straight and there is ZERO rust on it. The engine has been totally rebuilt and the front suspension has also been redone. The car spent its first ten years near Fresno, California as an every-day driver and then it was purchased by my uncle in 1968. He put the car into storage in a warehouse in Friant, California and it sat there for about 20 years. I bought the car from my uncle in 1988 and moved it to my home in Las Vegas, Nevada. My original plan was to restore the car so I took it apart. The engine was rebuilt in 1990 and it's sitting on an engine stand in my garage. Unfortunately, I soon lost interest in the car and so very little has been done to it over the past 23 years. The front clip on the car along with the engine compartment has been completely disassembled. I have all of the parts and all of the screws, nuts, and bolts. The car is complete, but disassembled. The front windshield has a crack in it and I do not have the title. This would be a wonderful project for someone that has the knowledge of 1958 Buicks or someone that has the ability to put back together someone else's project. A neighbor of mine has showed some interest in buying the car from me, but I have no idea what the car is worth. Could someone please offer me an opinion?
  3. Hi - my 90L does not have side mount trim "buick" trim labels. I have looked at a few photos of other 90s and they dont seem to have the label as well. Is that right? The matter is slightly further complicated by the fact that mine is a Mclaughlin-Buick too...
  4. Up for auction is my 1970 Buick Electra 225 Limited. The car has a brand new top end and camshaft, which you can see in the youtube link. I had plans to restore the car but I have too many other projects and not enough money or time for all of them. Body is straight and there is minimal rust. I've been under the car and throughout it all and the only thing that's notable is the upholstery, which is a 5 out of 10. The frame has only surface rust and the paint is ok for 42 years old. All the fenders and body panels are original and in good shape. It's missing only the front crown emblem on the grill, which is impossible to find, and the rims aren't original but everything else is. The car shifts smooth and gets right on up the road like it should. The brakes work good but it pulls to the right a little on a hard stop so they should be bled as I think it's air in line. I'm willing to ship this car where ever you are personally for 50 cents a mile but I require that the shipping deal be paid up front first through paypal. If you have any other questions, feel free to email me reilly@vickio.net. MAKE YOUR BEST OFFER OR FOLLOW LINK TO MAKE A BID ON EBAY Check it out on ebay: Buick : Electra Buick : Electra | eBay Check out more pictures: 1970 Buick Electra Limited 455 Black for Sale - a set on Flickr Listed 1/28/12
  5. Bumper in minneapolis mn, is from Montana 12 years ago, has been in storage since in dark attic, there is no bubbles in rubber. has bumper ettes, fine little pit in gas tank plate. No rust on bumper, bolts un done with fingers , have the back mount plates for it . asking 250 no ship, pick up minneapolis due to weight. If you want a truck to pick up here, you arrange truck, on your own. (74-76 electra rear bumper complete)
  6. Hi, Yesterday morning, I came across a 1985 Buick Lesabre Limited Collector's Edition. This surprised me, because I had never heard of this version of the Lesabre. I've been searching the web for info about the Collector's Edition, but haven't come up with any details. All I could find was that it was issued to commemorate the end of the RWD Lesabre coupes and sedans. I'm hoping someone can provide some details about this Lesabre. What differentiated the Collector's Edition from other Lesabres? Was it merely cosmetic or were there performance enhancements? How many were produced? Is there a unique code in the VIN that IDs the Collector's Edtion? I appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you! Buzz Flood <!-- end of AOLMsgPart_2_1ec4629f-9f18-41c2-b616-4ed268876d5f --><STYLE>.AOLWebSuite .AOLPicturesFullSizeLink { height: 1px; width: 1px; overflow: hidden; } .AOLWebSuite a {color:blue; text-decoration: underline; cursor: pointer} .AOLWebSuite a.hsSig {cursor: default}</STYLE><LINK rel=stylesheet type=text/css href="http://o.aolcdn.com/cdn.webmail.aol.com/28789/css/microformat.css">
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