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  1. Four 3 window coupes and one 5 window coupe , enough body panels for 7 coupes ****ALL STEEL**** Doors , Grilles , fenders , Hoods , Trunks , running boards , garnish window frames....... to much to list . Would like to sell all to one buyer if anyone interested. $8000 OBO TEXT ONLY = 253-341-5992 = TEXT ONLY[ATTACH
  2. So, here is what I have, both cars are complete and cancer free. Both bodies are very straight and filler-free. Both need body prep & paint. (no worries about getting them painted) #1 - 1955 Model 56R-Two-Door Super Riviera - Barn Find, All original and complete (short of 2 missing trim pieces). Last licensed in 1967. Original 322 Nailhead engine seized but no noticeable cracks or damage from external inspection. Needs Interior but have all the original seats and panels. #2 - 1955 Model 61-Four-Door Century Tourback Sedan - All original and complete. Last licensed in 1999. Original 322 Nailhead engine has a large hole punched through the side of the block. All other parts seem good from external inspection. Interior complete and somewhat fair condition. #3 - 1955 Special or Century rolling chassy only (no body). Good running 322 Nailhead engine with good Dynaflow tranny. (I can drive the chassy with a string on the throttle and a gas can strapped to the back!) Dropped uprights, new rear knee action shocks, brand new wide-whitewall tires. So, here is what I've been thinking but someone please tell me if I'm crazy. I love #1. The look and style is what I like the most. #2 however, upon a little bit of research, only 13,269 were produced. It seems that most of these were stripped for their engines, parts and left to die. I'm not seeing many at all so I'm wondering if this will eventually be much more valuable?... Nonetheless, the bottom line is that I have other projects as well and I have to sacrifice somewhere. So, I was thinking about a couple of options... Option 1: Pull the engine from #1 and put in the engine from #3 (temporarily). Tear down the #1 engine and see what it takes to get her moving again short of a full $5k rebuild. If easy fix, (rings, seals, etc) get running on rolling chassy to test and put back in original car #1. Put #3 engine in #2, paint it and sell it. Option 2: Put the engine from #3 into #1, pull all parts off of rolling chassy that I want, swap out any other parts that can be used to put on #1 and sell off #2 and #3 with two bad engines. Option 3: Same as Option 2 but part out the #2 Century and scrap what's left. (this option kinda kills me to think about) Option 4: ???? Please give me some good feedback here! Thanks! Oh, and so far I'm only into these about $4,000 total but need to sell one to fund the other.
  3. This is a native Colorado car with a solid body and virtually no rust. The car is mostly complete, has never been restored. It has a straight eight engine that ran, I am told, a few years ago. It turns by hand but I have not tried to start her. It has a radiator problem, I am told and the car comes with 2 radiators. Thisis a really nice project car$2000
  4. I have two restorable 1949 or 1950 (not sure) four-door Packards. Both need full restorations both are mostly complete ( all major body, interior, and glass are there) both have straight 8 motors that do turn over freely. Lots of excellent parts, could be restored, or hot rodded. Priced to sell, good deal on one great deal on both. Contact me for prices pictures to be posted soon.
  5. Hey guys, I have been looking at a lot of 37 Buick Special 4 door pictures and have not seen anyone fender-less. Has anyone seen one without fenders? I'm not planning on doing this to our 37 but have been curious if anyone has done this in "rat rod" fashion or otherwise. Maybe there's a reason that I haven't seen one yet. Sam
  6. We just traded for a 1964 ford econoline truck that a friend of mine wanted but after I traded for it his wife said no way......so no its for sale..The truck has had over 80% restored before its previous owner passed away.... It is a very solid truck with no rusted panels or floor pans...Has been painted from the top down just needs the bottom half finished and the finishing touches and she will be ready for any show or really nice daily driver. The truck is located in the Memphis,Tn area if interested let me know. If its not sold before the first of next month then we are going to bring it home to Alabama and just finish it and drive it......Thanks Don 205-306-4775
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. Year: 1949 Make: DESOTO Model: 2 DOOR CUSTOM COUPE Price/Description: I am not sure what to price this at..... it is all original and complete minus a front bumper and window visor. You will have to see the link for pictures. There is a fair amount of rust in the trunk, other than that only what is typical for a car this old. I do not have a title or tag... it was out in a farmers field when I rescued it. I started the restoration, but only got the trany done. I have too many projects and need to cut down on them. I am willing to deliver within 200 miles of Enid OK for the right price. Location (Enid OK, USA) Contact Information (Chad Eastin, 580-231-0411, chadeastin@yahoo.com)
  10. I am selling my 1953 cad 4 door sedan. THE CALL HAS BEEN SOLD TO CADILLAC DEALER IN TEXAS THANKS FOR ALL THE INTEREST!!!!! Call LOUVER LOU with any questions 928 208-3002. $4500.00 I DO STREET ROD LOUVERS, I HAVE OLD SCHOOL 3 AND 4 INCH DIES. YOU CAN SHIP ME YOUR HOOD I WILL LOUVER IT AND SHIP BACK TO YOU WITH IN ONE WEEK. THANKS FOR LOOKING:D
  11. 1951 plymouth 2 door wagon, original engine and drive train. Great builder street rod, rat rod. The car has some rust issue but very save able. I am asking $1500.00:rolleyes: LOUVER LOU 928 208-3002