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  1. SOLD! 1929 Peerless Model Six-81 Continental Model 18C Straight 6 Engine, 66hp, 248.3 cubic inch engine. Front windshield cranks out for air flow. 4 door, 5 passenger, 116” wheel base, rear spare wheel, steel disc wheels, vertical hood louvers. NEW: Paint, Whitewall Tires, Chrome, Detailed engine compartment, NOS oil filter, Bud Vase, Window Curtains. Exclusively created for this car- a custom framed pastel and Peerless Logo Embroidered Blanket. Peerless Lockheed Hydraulic Four-Wheel Brakes, overhauled and original to car! Restored as original, including mohair upholstery. This car is in excellent mechanical condition. A great touring car with the famous Peerless "silence and comfort" ride. Own the rarest of the famous “3 P’s- Packard, Pierce Arrow & Peerless” Looks and Runs Great! Ready to Tour and Show! Peerless is the rarest in the famous “3 P’s” Packard, Pierce-Arrow and Peerless of the late 20”s –early 30’s. Peerless was manufactured from 1900-1931 in Cleveland Ohio. Peerless did not go out of business with the looming Great Depression, instead the Board of Directors chose to stop manufacturing cars, and changed the manufacturing plant from building cars to brewing beer as an American franchise for Carling Black Label Beer. With the recent repeal of Prohibition, it was considered a wise business decision at the time. The Peerless motorcars sold in 1932 were actually inventory manufactured in 1931. The only true production car of 1932 was the one V16 aluminum bodied Peerless now on display in Crawford Aviation and Auto Museum, Ohio. In earlier years of the Peerless history, famed Barney Oldfield set world records for speed and endurance in the Peerless “Green Dragon”. asking $39,700 for more photos http://www.oldwheel.com/sales.html Brando Pistorius (813)917-9205 Tampa, Florida USA www.OldWheel.com
  2. I have a 1930 dodge sedan and I need some parts. hood, drivers door, grille shell, headlight bar & others. lmk if you have anything. Nate midwesthybrid_swap@yahoo.com 608.442.6390
  3. Too many projects going on, not enough storage! Location Midland, Michigan. I've decided to try and sell my 1936 Terraplane. This is a true survivor. Very solid car, spent decades stored in an Iowa barn, I am the third owner. The previous owner took out the front door glass for replacement. All the glass is delaminating and needs replacement. The car has the rare full hubcaps (missing one). Original interior, original paint that cleaned up well in the few spots I tested, equiped with the electric hand column shifter. The car is not running at this time, the previous owner removed the engine out of the car but never worked on it. It turns over a full 360 with no problems. It is the larger 1937 flathead 6 engine that must have been swapped in at some point and comes with an extra transmission. The body on this car has a few dents but no rot... its amazing what no salt on the roads will leave you with! Asking $4600, thats what it cost me to bring it home, not trying to make a fortune but the car is truly worth it in this condition.
  4. My grandfather and I bought a 1939 Chrysler Royal and its in need of a paint job. So, we've decided that we're going to paint it, but I was curious, did Chrysler ever paint a car two-tone? Here's how the car looks now.... We think the car has a good look with the black fenders and Maroon hood. But I like a car to be all original and thus the question of two-tone paint. On another note, did '39 Chrysler Royals ever come with Fender Skirts and exterior sun visor? Thanks. Vintagecarguy
  5. SOLD! PRICE REDUCED! $32,000 1927 Sedan Model Six-90 Peerless’ Collins Straight 6 Engine 4 door, 5 passenger, 70hp, 288.6 cubic inch engine, 128” wheel base, rear spare wheel, wooden spokes, 3250 lbs. VIN #8900603 New whitewall tires, new radiator, newly re-plated bumpers and lense trims. Peerless Owners Manual, Jack, Logo Embroidered Blanket. Lockheed Hydraulic Four-Wheel Brakes Older restoration as original, including mohair upholstery, bud vase and window curtains. This 1927 Six-90 Sedan is rare … One of only Three on the “Known Peerless’ in Existence” list by the Peerless Motorcar Club. Just won "Best in Show" in Feb. 2014 in Gulfport, Florida. photos on our website www.oldwheel.com Pistorius Collectible Autos Antique & Classic Car Sales and Restoration Services Brando Pistorius (813)917-9205 Tampa, Florida USA www.OldWheel.com  Peerless outsold Packard in 1920  They were one of the most expensive luxury cars of the era. The top three in price and status where called the three P’s: Packard, Pierce Arrow and Peerless.  Peerless Motor Cars (Cleveland, Ohio 1900-1931) was the first company to adopt what would become the standard of automobile design, a front mounted engine driving the rear wheels through a solid drive shaft.  Barney Oldfield shattered world speed records with the Peerless “Green Dragon”  Many collectors believe the Peerless motorcars to be some of the finest automobiles built in the USA in the 1920’s renowned for their high performance and stylish luxury. However, Peerless is the rarest and hardest to find of the “three P’s” as it ceased producing cars in 1932 during the depression.  In 1933, ownership and management of Peerless organized the Carling Brewing Co. USA, just after Congress repealed Prohibition, and began production of the famous Carling Black Label Beer in the old Peerless factory. Other Peerless “Firsts” - Peerless was the first company to successfully use a flyball governor to maintain speeds. - They set a 1,000-mile endurance record and the fastest time ever in the Mt. Washington hill climb in New Hampshire. - Peerless was the first to use of aluminum in their side-entrance tonneau along with being the first closed formal body in American production. - Peerless was one of the first companies to use electric lighting. They used a Gray & Davis system as early as 1910 and then upgrading in 1913 to a single voltage Gray & Davis system which now included an electric starter. Ask about delivery options!!
  6. I am selling my 1949 Sport Coupe Sedan. All numbers matching, ready for interior, paint and will need an engine and transmission. Rust free frame and body in excellent condition and was a garage kept Arizona car when i purchased the car from previous owner. Everything else there Chrome, screws, small details like the interior light switch, ash trays, wiring, gauges, all glass clean all original and all still in the car and in great condition! I also garage kept under car cover since I purchased car 3 years ago. Car was originally a 3 Speed manual on the column transmission; all pedals are there and intact. All connecting pieces also. Clean Arizona title. I do have a more photos of seats front and back.. springs intact and some of the rear setting still has the burlap individual spring covers still on each one. i thought that was amazing when i saw what went into making those seats so compfy in 1949. You can email me for those photos if you are a serious buyer at: hotrodgirl66@live.com Asking $11, 075.00, Cash only, Only serious buyers. Call: 915.694.3773 VIN# 45500343 Odometer: 0054950
  7. We were looking into buying a 1931 Buick Series 80 sedan but we were wondering how they were to drive? How are the brakes? How is the steering? As a comparison, how much harder to drive are they than a Model A Ford?
  8. (Sold) For sale is a solid 1928 Dodge Brothers Senior Six sedan. Stored inside for many years. Engine turns over. $6500 obo. Will consider trading for a 1916 to 1918 Buick six. Call or text Gerald at 1 (203) 278-7177 or email at gerstrain@yahoo.com. Can take more pictures upon request. (Sold)
  9. Helping a friend sell his 1936 Ford Tudor, Standard, Humpback Sedan. All original, 4 owners, always garaged, RARE LB V-8 engine. 1 repaint, 1 engine rebuild, 63K miles. $19,995.00...fordtrk56@gmail.com..Located in southern California
  10. 1928 Lincoln Model L,7-Passenger Sedan Body style 153 Professionally restored in2008. Uncle Dick bought this car from California about 10 years ago. It was a straight original good running car. He proceeded to have itpainted and upholstered and all plating done, as well as replacingthe glass with safety glass. We estimate that he had about $60,000invested. Current asking price is $35,000. Only details remain to becompleted, for instance the speedometer cable is missing. Likewise,the dashboard clock. Some attention has to be paid to the originalignition switch, now bypassed. Extra covers were made to protect theshow stoppingly beautiful upholstery. A heater was installed, aswell as a battery cut-off safety switch. Enclosed trailer alsoavailable. The car is now inmid-Michigan. There are 79,000 miles on the odometer. This carstarts, runs, shifts and stops as it should. It is a joy to drive. A short video of a start and drive of this car is available on YouTube search for 1928 Lincoln Please call Dan Shafarman at 517 487-6534 to make an offer or to ask questions.
  11. ForSale1919 ESSEX 4 door sedan newly painted and upholstered,mechanicals all in good shape. Drives smoothly and stops promptly. 1919is the first year of production for Essex, companion car to theHudson and predecessor of the Teraplane. The sedan was a higherpriced option, available only at the end of the year. According ofHudson Club members, this is the only example in running condition ofperhaps three known to exist. $16,000OBO ContactDan Shafarman in Lansing, MI at 517 487-6534 to discuss. Morepictures available at:https://sites.google.com/site/robsoldcars/1919-essex
  12. Hi folks, I'm new to this forum and as you can see from the title I have for sale, an original metal & wood luggage trunk, marked, "Steelwood", Watts-Moorehouse, Jackson, Mich. on the chrome latches. This is a recent barn find I picked up locally here in Virginia and appears to be in great original condition. It looks to have the original black paint, it has a straight back & front with a slanted lid and the nominal dimensions are 40" long x 13" wide x 19-1/2" tall. The chrome latches are original and contains the only markings on the trunk, however I do not have the locking key, they are in working condition. This is a heavy trunk and I would think shipping on it would be pricey, however it is available for local pickup, if anyone is interested, I am located in Williamsburg, Virginia - 23188. I have attempted to post pictures of the trunk, but am having a difficult time with the posting, so if you want to shoot me an email: va_longeye1948@hotmail.com, I can reply to you with the pictures. I only have a vague idea of the value of this trunk, but as with all things, condition is everything. I would say this trunk is in good to very good condition. I will not be checking this post or forum very often, so the best way to contact me is by email, va_longeye1948@hotmail.com. Thank you for your time and hope to hear from you soon. Ron
  13. Hey guys, I'm looking for firewall with cowl and windshield posts for my 1930 sedan. Is it possible that cowl from truck will fit? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  14. Rare Model 39-6019S-A (only 225 made with sunroof), equipped with dual side mounts. Improvements: AC,alarm,all new wood & leather interior,electric windows,cd-tape player,12 Volt System. Chauffeur driven & maintained for last 20 years! Always Garaged. Early 1990's V8 engine (26,000 Miles), automatic Shift. Very good overall condition: mechanically, nice and shiny paint with very few scratches, very minimal undercarriage surface rust, very nice chromes, excellent interior. Might need 2 new tires, and battery. Call me at 1 718 450 0443 or email me at locomobilia@gmail.com to see more than 40 high-resolution pictures, or for questions, or to schedule a viewing in New York City (Upper East Side). 40 pictures at https://picasaweb.google.com/113562335437300439140/1939Cadillac?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCJa_mr3c_8nWnAE&feat=directlink $27,500 OBO
  15. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery available world wide Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  16. 1956 Dodge Coronet, "The Forward Look", 4 door sedan, original V-8 runs strong, dash mounted push button selector for the automatic transmission, light blue, with nice, clean, black and white interior, good brakes and tires. It is a very enjoyable daily driver car to enjoy. NEW: battery, carb rebuild, tuneup, $1116 front end rebuild just completed, valve cover gaskets, master cylinder, fuel pump, brakes, rear window gasket, front end alignment, front end rebuild, alternator, front transmission seal, and more. This 1956 Dodge is a product of Virgil Exner's design team called "The Forward Look". When you see it, what strikes you, though it will take some time for you to figure it out, is the long, gentle, sweeping arc stretching uninterrupted from headlight brow to tail light tip. And those headlights, unlike the previous year's Dodge—and unlike those of Ford and Chevrolet—are hidden from the side by forward-canted hoods. The taillights are hooded with a complimentary rearward cant. It gives the new Dodge a sense of being in forward motion even while standing still. The doors open and close with a solid thunk, not a hollow metallic whap like today’s cars. The front grille is a handsome, massive affair, and it looks spectacular between those hooded headlights. Because of its "flight sweep" styling, this car draws a crowd.Selling for less than amount invested, $7500. 336-765-8312, North Carolina, email for pictures: wwhitfield@triad.rr.com delivery suggestions available, Remember: Collector Cars are more stable than the stock market.
  17. My grandfather recently gave me the keys to his 1940 Ford Sedan Standard. I'm not a car buff but I am honored more than anyone can imagine. This beauty runs good and the body is in great shape. Should I replace some of the small things like the window handles, radio, antenna, stitch up the interior or just leave it alone? It has a 1950 Flathead from a Ford truck V8 85 Hp. Since some items have already been replaced in the past, will I be deducting some of its worth by replacing some of those parts that wil just look better new? I am NOT interested in selling it but obviously do not want to devalue the car by making unnecessary changes. Open to any and all input. Thanks, this is my first post.
  18. Looking for a hood for my 1938 Plymouth Roadking. Only need the top butterfly hood, my side hoods are in good condition. Any help would be greatly appreciated. (616)308-8693 txt only.
  19. I am trying to identify this auto owned by a family in Petaluma, Calif. in the teens. I initially thought it was a Willys-Knight, but if the dates on the photos are accurate, it would have been produced prior to the Willys-Knight lines. I'd love some help on this one. Thanks! Geoffrey Skinner Cataloger, Sonoma County Library Santa Rosa, CA gskinner@sonoma.lib.ca.us
  20. 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
  21. New price of $19,500 This is a nice, driving car that needs little to be great. The Good; It is currently titled and registered in North Carolina. It is about 99% rust free with no rust repair that I have found. It was a frame off restoration a few years ago. The chassis looks brand new. The brake system is entirely new and works perfect. The engine runs great and is the original with matching numbers with the frame and body. Paint is presentable but not perfect. Rebuilt generator. The Areas of Concern; There is a finger length spot of rust bubbles below the driver's door. The original interior fabric needs refinished. The fuel gauge is inoperable as is the oil pressure. The spare tire cover and passenger door lock key is missing. The roof insert is nice but the edging is not perfect. The driver's side glass has a crack. The passenger side glass has a chip. Heater needs hooked up properly. The tires are not perfect but are road worthy. I would be more than happy to share pics of your request. I am asking $19,500 and am open to all offers or trades. ronbarbarino@gmail.com Thanks, Ron
  22. Parting out a solid CA always garaged 1937 LaSalle Series 50 4 door sedan. All 4 doors Trunk Window vents Interior door/window cranks Window frames with original great paint. Front and rear seats Rebuilt V8 Engine Oil filter Starter Coil Duel horns Transmission Suspension Radiator with 5 LaSalle Wheels (no caps or rings) Cadillac radio box Door sills Front and back seat Bumpers, running boards, dash, exterior trim/chrome, steering wheel, column, fenders, hood or cowl not for sale. Please contact John with a list of what you need. Thanks!
  23. I have for sale a 1932 ford 2 door sedan project. Chopped, pro street chassis, Jag front and rear suspention,all steel, blown small block with aluminium angle plug heads, 2 fours I have tons of parts to finish the car $25,500. Jim 714-400-7579 title in hand
  24. RARE 1949 BUICK SPECIAL – UN-RESTORED – ALL ORIGINAL Cover car of August 2010, Buick Bugle magazine, centerfold article brings it up close and personal. This car recently received an Archival Un-restored award at 2010 Buick National meet in Ames, Iowa. Body type 41 – Straight 8, 3 Speed Manual transmission, 46,000 miles. In the trunk you will find the original jack and tire tools. New spare tire, plugs, water pump and radiator hoses. This car runs excellently and is a joy to drive. A great un-restored driver or a gem if totally restored. Can you picture it? Sweet! Call Jerry Krutsch BCA#45114 @ 817-573-0043 or 817-894-5663 in Granbury, TX for details.
  25. Hello folks, Quick question: A good friend of mine has recently shown me an old car in a garage where his relative has kept it hidden away for a several years. Not knowing very much about cars of this era, I took his word for what he has said is a Ford 2-dr sedan-type car with suicide doors. He states it is a '34 and supposed to be super rare. Is this in fact a rare model Ford?