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  1. HEY GUYS i have a 1956 Powell pickup tuck that i need to sell. I am already in the middle of working on my Studebaker so this truck will go un touched for a long time. the previous owner did alot of work to if before i got it but it still needs finished. these were built in Compton California for 3 years and only 1200 were made and less then 150 are left ( according to the Powell registry) the frame and body are very strong but it needs the body work finished and paint. the trucks were build on a 41 Plymouth frame and used a 41 Plymouth motor making this truck pretty easy to work on and parts arnt that hard to get. it could be made into a great show truck or buy it to flip and make a quick buck if you want. its in Indiana ready to sell alot of the part are off the truck but there inside the cab. we were looking for $6000 because so much has already been put in the truck but any offers accepted. this is a rare bird dont miss out!!
  2. 1966 Buick Riviera Mileage Shows 60,724 (not sure if its 60k or 160k) Rusted: Needs to be restored Asking $3,500 Located in Hackensack, NJ - pick-up only - will not ship Call Carmen with any questions, after viewing photos: 201_233...0294 (better to call than email) Or email any questions to brandon_dimartino@yahoo.com
  3. So, here's the motivating "legend": I’ve imagined that it’s 1947-50. The war is over and we won. The scrapyards are filling up with 1930′s cars that were stretched to last through the rationing days, as returning veterans and families buy up any new car that Detroit has to offer. Being too young to have been in service (but having worked for peanuts at Uncle Bob’s Esso station while the older guys were away), I’m a bit short of cash, so that new-car option is out of reach. However, the old, rusted-out ’32 Buick that Aunt Millie drove is now mine for the taking, and I bet I can jazz it up a bit, maybe make it a little like that snazzy MG-T cousin Will brought back from England. Maybe I can find some fenders and bits to replace that boxy sedan body it has now… Yeah, that’s it: I know how to weld a bit, and I can do a little hammer-forming where needed. Let’s take off the body, and have at it. We’ll be the hit of the drive-in; Sue will look the peaches in the passenger seat; and maybe I can earn a few sawbucks in the Saturday open races at the fairgrounds. Here's the first, sketch, then a how-to, with pieces parts from the "junk yard": The first step was to 'build' a body out of foam and duct tape to be sure it would fit and look right: Not too bad (shown here overlaid with the first sketch). The twin head fairings are siamesed front fenders from a 38 caddy! The pontoon fenders are L & R rears from a 37/38 chevy sedan (well actually 4 such sedans) - though I tried at first to use MG-A fenders (too small, too new). The chassis is all restored (I kept the mechanical brakes and other running gear), but the engine now has four SU HS-2 carburettors on a custom stainless intake & exhaust manifold. Here's Uncle Sam testing out the finished chassis: . Here's what it should look like when it's all done: Here's what it looks like so far (most all the body work is nearing completion on another '32 frame: steel over wood construction, '33 grille shell, cut down '35 hood & cowl, cowl extended, '35 doors cut down & reversed): Like all projects: much longer and much more costly than planned, but it's getting closer.... I think the fenders may just have to wait - I want to get this rascal on the ROAD! jc
  4. For sale I have a 1958 Ford Edsel Pacer 2dr Hardtop. Car is mostly complete but is in need of COMPLETE restoration as it is very rusty. Floors, rockers, and trunk pan will need to be replaced and the lower part of the doors and rear driver side pillar will also need a little help. There are some rust spots on the fenders and quarters but they appear to be salvageable. Frame, from what I can tell appears to be rather solid with mostly just surface rust. Most of the glass on the car is good except the drivers side wing window is broken and there is crack in the rear driver side window as well. I believe the car is all original including engine and transmission. I have not yet tried hand cranking the engine over yet so don't know much about the engine at this time. It came with the optional Teletouch Push-Button Automatic transmission as well as heat, radio, and 3.22:1 performance rear axle ratio. So this car came with a decent number of option when it was new. From my research I understand that there were about 6700 Edsel Pacer 2dr's produced in total (only made in 1958). Of those 6700, only 6200 of them remained in the US and many of those cars did not have as many options as this car does. Now with that being said, I understand what it will take to get this car road worthy again so my $2100 asking price is negotiable. The car is located in Dallastown, PA and has a CLEAN and CLEAR PA title. If you are interested in the car or would like to come take a look at it please message me and I will get you my contact information.
  5. Looking for a 1970 Buick Skylark 2 door hardtop AC car. Project car without major rust in all the typical problem areas preferred. Condition of engine and interior unimportant.
  6. Selling a 1964 Buick LeSabre that is currently in mid-restoration. My father passed away this year and unfortunately I need to sell it. Only 49,000 original miles. Original color is silver w/ red interior. Mechanically, it was always a great running car. Restoration-wise, bodywork is about halfway done. Most of the parts still with it. It's a pretty solid car. Great for a project! The person who was working on it is willing to talk to anyone to let you know everything he did. Asking $3000 or best offer. Msg me or call/text with any questions or if you want to check it out. 412-480-0307. The car is in the Pittsburgh, PA area. Serious inquiries only please. I have to schedule when I can get in to where the car is at. Thanks for looking!
  7. I have a 1955 Chrysler Windsor project for sale, I'm going to college so I need to sell this and get something I can drive longer distances without as much trouble. This runs and drives, but only under 45 mph, because it has to use a manual choke to start. For more info on the car you can see it on Craigslist here: http://fresno.craigslist.org/cto/4248731322.html this is complete with pictures, info, and contact info, but please reply here if you could.
  8. I have a new project car, a 100% original Desoto! I am young and don't have very much knowledge on cars in general let alone this one. I am pretty good with bodywork but mechanics and electronical arent my forte. If anyone can give me any tips or help when it comes to fixing up this old car I'd greatly appreciate it. Links to helpful websites are welcome as well. Thank you very much
  9. I have a 1929 Chevy AC that I bought as a project car. Life happened and the project didn't Anyway, time to let go. So here are the basic details. Car is located in Plymouth MA. I never got a title on it. I have the bill of Sale and some paperwork from the previous owner so getting a title should not be an issue. Pros: It's original with no modifications. It did run but I haven't started it in a year. Mechanically it should be sound. Mileage is low according to the odometer 37K but I wouldn't place any bets that it is true or not. 2 Door Coupe, 6 Cylinder. Cons: It's original with no modifications Probably needs a new battery although I did disconnect it. All fabric on the interior and roof needs to be restored, new rubber around windows, new tires, chrome restored, body painted, wood needs to be replaced on the door jams and roof etc. History: I have had it for about 6 years. The guy I bought it off in Hanson, MA had it about 30 years plus if memory serves. I'll be talking with him this week to jog my memory on the rest of the history. I would prefer not to sell it to someone who is going to chop it up and put flames on the doors Email me at snoopy456 @ me.com Thanks for looking
  10. Priced reduced to $3800 for quick sale! Up for sale is this cool 1957 GMC long-bed step side project truck with 98" bed and large rear window. The truck has more than $3500 in brand new parts from Brothers Trucks (see below) and more than 200 hours in labor. The bodywork is more than 85% complete with new doors, cab corners, cab and fenders filled, inner fenders smoothed and filled. Please note that this truck is not painted black. It's in gray primer. Some photos were taken in the rain. The truck has new body parts from Brothers Truck Parts including; doors ($1400) bed front panel ($130) rolled rear pan ($180), bed sub-floor ($140), radiator support and other miscellaneous patch panels. I have a good large rear window and deluxe GMC trim which goes around it, along with a rare front GMC emblem. It does need a front windshield and door/vent windows. The previous owner stated engine is in good condition with less than 40k miles on it, it is a 1993 Chevy 350 from a truck with AC pump and TBI. I believe the transmission is a 700R4 and appears to be rebuilt. The truck has engine mounts crossbars and transmission mounts from Brothers ($180). The front suspension has been converted to mono-leaf ($480) and front disk brakes with under the floor master cylinder conversion ($900) also from Brothers. It has a large 20 gallon aluminum fuel tank installed under the bed ($550) and the original fuel door in the cab has been smoothed. The truck also comes with the original GMC front bumper, and grill. (needs interior, paint, electrical and assembly.) The only body parts which still need work are the rear fenders, they are in fair condition but do have small rust issues at the bottom. I also have a new radiator, some weather stripping, bolt kits, 2 new chrome headlight bezels ($90) and miscellaneous trim items. Clear CA title and current registration. Doors are not property hung, and aligned in photos. Bed is not attached to frame. No tailgate, or wood bed included. Brothers trucks, Classic Parts, Classic Industries, and LMC Trucks have everything you need to finish this truck at affordable prices. Why drive a Chevy like the rest of the guys when you build a cool 57 GMC! The truck is sold as is, where is. Located in Oakland, CA. For more info, please contact John for 75+ photos and link to a video walk around of the truck. sfcmt1@gmail.com Located in Oakland, CA.
  11. This car is mine. Let me know if you want additional info or pics. 5599075062...MY NAME IS OSCAR. ITS ON EBAY FOR 5 MORE DAYS. Car is out of Fresno, ca. 1951 Buick Roadmaster Riviera Series 72 | eBay
  12. 1964 Ford F100 Custom cab pickup truck, beige, 223 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder engine, manual transmission column shift, 71150 correct miles, in same family since new. Options: radio, heater, defroster. Clean dash and nice upholstery on seat, $400 new tires, recently new: carb, solenoid, starter, ever wrecked, has original owners manual. This southern 1964 Ford truck never set outside in the weather, was always kept in a shed. Vin P10JH453348, data trim plate information: WB 114, Color K, Model F101, Body D81, Trans A, Axle 12, DSO 21, RPM 3600, HP 114, GVW 4200 lbs. Truck only has cancer in truck bed and front lip of hood. $2150. Not running because engine needs rebuilding. 336-765-8312, Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. Email for more photos: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com
  13. 1964 Ford F100 Custom cab pickup truck, beige, 223 cubic inch inline 6 cylinder engine, manual transmission column shift, 71150 correct miles, in same family since new. Options: radio, heater, defroster. Clean dash and nice upholstery on seat, $400 new tires, recently new: carb, solenoid, starter, ever wrecked, has original owners manual. This southern 1964 Ford truck never set outside in the weather, was always kept in a shed. Vin P10JH453348, data trim plate information: WB 114, Color K, Model F101, Body D81, Trans A, Axle 12, DSO 21, RPM 3600, HP 114, GVW 4200 lbs. Truck only has cancer in truck bed and front lip of hood. $2150. Not running because engine needs rebuilding. 336-765-8312, Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA. Email for more photos: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com
  14. Bought a white 89 Reatta back in Jan. of this year looking to fix it up, but didn't have the time to do so. Would make a great project car or parts car. All body pannels are dent free, hood has small ding near passenger side light. Computer works and all glass is good, no cracks or imperfection. interior needs work. It runs but it is a project car. Please let me know if you are interested, call or text me at 850-380-2057. Make an offer! Thanks, Russell W.
  15. I have 2 1941 plymouth pt-125 for sale in portland oregon. 1st one. mocked up on s-10 frame with 318 v8 and 727 trans. have original front clip, motor and trans that goes with it. 2nd one. all stock missing rear fenders and stainless trim. both trucks are missing wood in the beds. both trucks are projects and were old farm trucks. pretty solid bodies with rust in usual spots. These trucks are rare and need to go to a good home with someone who is motivated to get their hands dirty $3995.00 for the pair takes them away. Contact Jason @ 5038102432 or email me @ jason@entrustclothing.com
  16. 1963 Pontiac Bonneville convertible needing restoration. Equipped with 389 cid V8 with 270 bhp, 4 barrel carb.(I have not tried to crank the engine), automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, Pontiac deluxe radio, clock, power top. Car has straight bumpers. Last inspection sticker 1974. Last oil change 6/6/73 at 83817 miles. Mileage on odometer is 89368. This car is a rare survivor. Small rust spots in drivers floor pan, none in other 3 sections of floor pans. Typical GM rust around hood edges, bottoms of doors and bottoms of rear quarter panels. Several tiny rust spots in trunk floor. Rare survior! First $3950.(U.S.dollars) NADA classic car guide values this car: Low $18,300 Average $30,800 High $41500 336-765-8312, North Carolina USA. Delivery available world wide. email me directly at wwhitfield@triad.rr.com for more pictures. for more information visit: 1963 Pontiac Bonneville Technical Specifications and data. Engine, Dimensions and Mechanical details. | Conceptcarz.com
  17. Jireh Customs is a company that specializes in classic cars, trucks and motorcycles. We do restorations and customizing. We can find ANY car that you are looking for and if there is not one available we can build what you want. "If you can dream it, we can build it." Picasa Web Albums - Michael Robertson From A to Z28 | The Robb Report Collection Best regards, Mike Robertson Jireh Customs Owner/Builder 256-686-2323 michael.robertson2911@gmail.com<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  18. 1963 Pontiac Bonneville convertible needing restoration. Equipped with 389 cid V8 with 270 bhp, 4 barrel carb.(I have not tried to crank the engine), automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, Pontiac deluxe radio, clock, power top. Car has straight bumpers. Last inspection sticker 1974. Last oil change 6/6/73 at 83817 miles. This car is a rare survivor. Small rust spots in drivers floor pan, none in other 3 sections of floor pans. Typical GM rust around hood edges, bottoms of doors and bottoms of rear quarter panels. Several tiny rust spots in trunk floor. Rare survivor! First $3950.(U.S.dollars) NADA classic car guide values this car: Low $18,300 Average $30,800 High $41500 336-765-8312, car is in winston- salem, North Carolina USA. Delivery available world wide. email me directly at wwhitfield@triad.rr.com for more pictures.
  19. 1963 Pontiac Bonneville convertible needing restoration. Equipped with 389 cid V8 with 270 bhp, 4 barrel carb.(I have not tried to crank the engine), automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, Pontiac deluxe radio, clock, power top. Car has straight bumpers. Last inspection sticker 1974. Last oil change 6/6/73 at 83817 miles. This car is a rare survivor. Small rust spots in drivers floor pan, none in other 3 sections of floor pans. Typical GM rust around hood edges, bottoms of doors and bottoms of rear quarter panels. Several tiny rust spots in trunk floor. Rare survivor! First $3950.(U.S.dollars) NADA classic car guide values this car: Low $18,300 Average $30,800 High $41500 336-765-8312, car is in winston- salem, North Carolina USA. Delivery available world wideemail me directly at wwhitfield@triad.rr.com for more pictures.
  20. Jireh Customs has two openings for new projects with no waiting list. We were recently recognized by Robb Report Collection in an article in the November Issue. The article titled "A to Z28" discussed restoring classic Camaros. http://www.robbreportcollection.com/From-A-to-Z28 We are not limited to Camaros. If it moves you we can customize it or restore it. Jireh Customs can be reached at 256-686-2323 or email michael.robertson2911@gmail.com Short list of recent projects. http://picasaweb.google.com/michael.robertson2911
  21. Hey everyone, Im looking to buy a project car. Looking to pick something up for under $2000 If you have anything you are wanting to unload, please let me know. Thank you.
  22. I have a 1927 Stutz that I will sell. Long wheelbase. My car is not complete, but has a lot of parts not shown in the photos. It had been bodied as a camper car, however now I have only the original bodywork from the front bumper back to the cowl plus the rear inner fenders and running boards. Also headlights , 6 wheels, side mounts, transmission, drive line, brakes, tools, and a lot more. The motor runs fine and the chassis has been striped and painted, fresh tires, fenders and hood were dipped and e-coated, ( striped and primed )It was being restored as a speedster, until my fathers death. Located in Colorado. Please contact me by email paco_in_colo@yahoo.com I can send better pics to you by email. or phone my cell, Fred 719-510-4868 thanks Fred Baxter
  23. Looking for a good solid Mustang project car to fill the time during the cold winter months? The following cars are currently available for sale: 1965 Mustang coupe 289 V-6 Automatic Candy Apple Red 1966 Mustang Fastback GT Original 289 A-code 4V with Automatic transmission. Candy Apple Red with black interior, front disc brakes and power steering. 1967 Mustang Fastback GT 390 4V S code 4-spd. 1968 Mustang Fastback GT 302 4V J Code 4-spd Please click here for details and photos: Mustang Collection and scroll to the bottom of the page. Feel free to give me a call for additional photos and details at 803-370-6354 or click link to email. All these cars are located in South Carolina near Greenville Zip 29654.