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  1. She is in rough shape but most of her is still here. Engine turns and was running when parked. Body is rusting away and interior is ruined. Glass is mostly damaged. Will consider offers. Just want to see her get put together and used again. Leave me a message with your number and I'll call you asap. *I also have 130 DIESEL MERCEDES parts cars & a 1956 Dodge Texan for sale.
  2. My family is looking to get my Dad's 1991 Chrysler TC by Maserati convertible into some good hands. This is a special car and needs a new special owner! The car is located in Houston, TX, and has not been started for 3 years. Most likely just needs a new battery and tires. My Dad fell ill and recently passed away. We'd like to get this car into the hands of someone who appreciates this car and is interested in putting the elbow grease into the car to get it running again. It was running beautifully until it was garaged for the past 3 years as Dad was in and out of the hospital. 1991 was the last year they produced the car and it is one of just 273 in this color. Both tops included -- hard and soft. 3.0 liter/6 cylinder with 78K miles. AM/FM stereo with Cassette, glass rear window with defroster. Leather seats are beautiful. Garage kept for the last 12 years, and he quit driving it 3 years ago as his health declined. If you are local around the Houston, TX, metro area, give us a call to come check it out. ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED. Call 281.358.3516. The location of the car is North East Houston (Kingwood, Texas). Here's a link to another posting for the car: http://www.kingwood.com/classifieds/...ting_id=238924 281.358.2516
  3. This restorable gem needs a new home. Two door coupe comes with an extra engine and an extra transmission. Located in Austin, TX. You come and get it. Belongs to my mom. It was parked in her garage in 1984 and has not been driven since. Call 512-785-5603 and ask for Marilu. 1948 Lincoln Continental Professionally rebuilt engine with new valves & new 4 ring pistons, bearings, etc. Transmission & overdrive work like new. extra transmission in shed - syncro in 2nd gear not working right, the overdrive is ok. brakes, wheel bearings and seals rebuilt. wheel cylinders & master cylinder honed & new kits installed. tie-rod & king pins ok. radiator - ok 1 radio works & 1 is repairable - windshield and back glass - ok 3 sets of chrome grills - 1 set mint 2 sets have a few weather pits (none broken) 2 extra doors (complete) 3 extra fendors 1 extra trans & overdrive 2 sets instruments, radio, etc. 2 curved back glass windshield clear no visible fog extra starter - fuel pumps - seats - door panels, etc.
  4. Hello, about ten years ago I sold a 1929 dual cowl Phaeton to a gentleman in Texas. It's the car mentioned in this thread: http://forums.aaca.org/f132/look-what-i-found-texas-166486.html Last week while going through my father's files I found some items related to this car. The car was purchased by my uncle in the 1950's. I found a credit card sized plate with the car number as seen in the attached picture. I presume it came from that car and was removed at some point. Additionally, the file contains correspondence between my uncle and a parts supplier, Miller Flying Service, Montclair, NJ. The correspondence is also dated from the 1950's. I know collectors are keen on having complete cars and also information on the history. That's why I'm posting this message. Evidently the gentleman in Texas has since sold the car to someone in Spain. If someone is interested in these items or can put me in touch with the current owner I can make them available. Best regards, John
  5. Hi. Can anyone help with any history for my '63 please? She was imported to the UK from Texas in 2007. The title papers showed last owner was a Mr Conley in Corpus Christi. US tag number was FYW 94T. Chassis number is 7J1070513. Body is FB24661 build week 03B (March 63?) in Flint. Original colour was Desert sand. I'd be interested in any info if anyone knew the car whilst still in the States. If Jim's still collating data, she has deluxe interior, AC, remote mirror, cornering lights, spare wheel on trunk floor, power aerial, vacuum trunk release, tinted glass. Also, paint appears to be pearlescent. I'm guessing that Arctic White was a flat finish? Many thanks. Dave.
  6. After undue pressure from my significant other, who shall remain nameless, I have decided(demanded) to sell my TC. Here is the craigslist ad for it: 1989 Chrysler TC by Maserati Let me know if you are interested. Thanks, Scott
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