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  1. Historically, Buick was GM's "discreet Cadillac"--a high-end car without the high-end ostentation. For many years, Buicks were known as "doctors' cars" for just that reason. Ownership indicated you had money, but weren't looking to flaunt it. Over the years, Buick produced some of the most stylistically daring and physically impressive machines ever to come out of Detroit--or anywhere else. Of those notable machines, is the Estate wagon or Electra Estate wagon. These wagons served families across America from 1980-1990. Well it's time to pack up the kids and head out on a road trip! You and your family can relive those childhood memories while at the same time, providing your children with memories of their own. And what better way to do it, than in this 1990 Buick Estate Wagon. This 1990 Buick Estate Wagon was the last of its kind. The body style that had been popular for so many years was discontinued. Now these wagons have reached collector car status as many people look for these models once again. This particular car was ordered with ALL the bells and whistles. It has been well-maintained over the past 22 years. This is an ultra low mile original car in a model year some say is the last of the great Buicks. Here is the list of specification: - 1990 Buick Estate Wagon - 39,000 original miles - 307ci V8 - 4 speed automatic transmission - Dark Sapphire Blue - Woodgrain panels - Plush tan leather seats - Power steering - Power brakes - Power windows - Power locks - Power antenna - Power driver seat with manual recliner - Power passenger seat with power recliner - Power rear window - Power mirrors - Tilt steering wheel - AM/FM Stereo with cassette player - Electronic Touch Climate Control Heat/Air Conditioning - Twilight Sentinel - Lamp monitors - Cornering lamps - Two-way tailgate - Front seat reading lamps - Rear window defroster - Cruise control - Third seat - Luggage rack - Aluminum wheels with Buick center caps - Original owner's manual All the glass is nice and clear. Rides on a nice set of Uniroyal Tiger Paw tires. No exhaust leaks of any kind. The car is completely original down to the floor mats. The wood paneling is in great condition. Not faded like so many wagons of this era. The paint has a brilliant shine. The interior is free of tears. The headliner is not sagging. And the carpet shows very little wear. The 307ci V8 starts and runs well. The transmission shifts smooth. I can find no leaks from either. All of the options are in good working order. The car is truly a time capsule. Whether you are someone looking for a great, low-mileage driver or a collector looking for the last of a great model, I think you will find this car will easily meet your needs. Please email with any questions you may have. I plan on taking many more detailed photos today. To view larger versions of the photos, click on the link below. 1990 Buick Estate wagon - a set on Flickr When it opens, click on the photos. When the photo opens, click on the magnifying glass with the (+) sign in the top right corner. This will allow you to view the larger versions of the photos. The price is negotiable. Don't be afraid to make an offer. Not interested in any trades.
  2. We are looking to sell our 1930 Model A Woody. This vehicle has been in our dealership for several years and has been a a few parades. It has been over a year since we last cranked it and is sitting on our showroom floor to our dealership. If you are looking for a restoration project, then this might be the one for you. We are asking $13,500 for it, but accepting reasonable offers. Sabine River Ford 1601 Green Ave, Orange, TX 77630 409-883-3581
  3. I'm looking for a front bumber emblem for a 1970 Buick Estate Wagon -- both the bezel surround and the tri-shield emblem insert. Any leads to finding this part would be very much appreciated. Thanks. Brent
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    Woodies on the Wharf

    Hello Everyone: It's Rich here again, and I'm still trying to track down by father's old '55 Country Squire. Evidently, no one on here has it! Anyway, I was looking around on the internet, and came across an organization out in California called "Woodies on the Warf." They have a big show every year (June). Has anyone been? What do you think? Is it mostly for those who actually own a Woodie, or can those just with a general interest in them have any fun? Is it worth making a trip to California to see it? Thanks!
  5. This is a bundle package one price 2 cars and everything I own with it. Messages for more details thank you
  6. This car along with several others will be selling to the highest bidder on July 3rd beginning at 10 am. Bid online at www.cornleairon.com - you can also find complete details and more pictures on website. Register for the auction to get email reminders for this auction. https://cornleairon.hibid.com/lot/15636271/1958-ford-ranch-wagon?tab=0
  7. Hi, We are selling Lowell Lunberg's Collection on June 14th, 2014 in Fargo, North Dakota at NO Reserve. Please check the Website for inventory and pictures. WE are working on getting more pictures, but the shed doors are a little froze yet. But we hope that you come to the auction in Fargo, North Dakota. If not, you can bid online at www.proxibid.com. for more info vanderbrinkauctions.com or just call 605-201-7005. Thanks Yvette VanDerBrink
  8. This is a pic of our old family car, I believe a 53 Packard Clipper Deluxe. It has a portable carrier attached to the top. Can anyone out there verify or correct my assumptions???? thanks.
  9. Decent shape for year. Paint is faded and wood grain not great in spots will need cosmetics all around .its tan with wood grain and chocolate brown interior which is in nice shape.nice beach cruiser or hauler. Priced to sell at $1650 email me at bldulcidog@gmail.com or call at 203 668 0190Car is located in southern ct
  10. Selling a 1957 Chevrolet 210 Station Wagon. Guaranteed to turn heads, Looks Like A Beauty, Runs Like A BEAST! Looks Great, Runs and Drives, Safe and Street Legal! 291 HP V8 Engine Electronic Ignition Powerglide Automatic Transmission Cosmetic Original Pieces Car is in between #3 and #4 Condition NADA Guide Puts it at 17,100 Edmunds.com Estimates Value at 19,000+ Exact Model Recently Sold Online for 29,999 Selling to Finance Future Endeavors, Looking for Serious Local Cash Buyer Price Negotiable, Looking to Sell Quickly! Contact EightZeroEight - 3Eight8 - 9Nine59 Or Email With your contact info to set up showing. Mahalo!
  11. a hard to find piece if you need it...great shape $100 can be picked up in Richmond, VA or arrangements can be made for shipping thanks
  12. I have a large collection of parts from a 1955 Buick Century Estate Wagon that came from a parts car. Includes 4 doors, rear window, two sets of interior trim, air cleaner, spark plug wire covers, dashboard, Dynaflow transmission, rear end, gauges, and many more small parts. It would take two 1/2 ton trucks to carry it all away. I would prefer to sell all the parts to one good home, but if there is something specific you need we can negociate a good price.
  13. Selling 1956 Dodge Sierra Wagon, title in hand. This is an incredible Daily Driver, runs great, is easy to drive and very comfortable, the heater and defroster works great. The car is 99.9% original, here is the back story as I have heard it. The previous owner (original owner since new) had the engine rebuilt about 9-10 years ago then he put the car into a body shop to have some minor rust repairs done, during the period the car was in the body shop the previous owner passed away and the car pretty much was forgotten until 2011 when I found it and got the body shop owner to get the needed paper work and sell it to me. Here is the work I have done, we finished up the larger of the rust repair, cut out the rust and make new panels, the rear splash pan under the tailgate and just in front of both rear wheels, behind the moldings, we matched the paint and the repairs came out excellent. Re-chromed both bumpers, and the rear bumperetts. Recored the original radiator, new fuel pump, water pump, all hoses and belt, complete new brake system from the master cylinder to the shoes all the way around, took out the gas tank, cleaned it out and coated the inside, repaired a good bit of the wiring since most of the exposed cloth wiring was fairly deteriorated, new turn signal switch. At this point everything seems to be working with the exception of the the AM radio, the tubes light up but no sound and I haven't really looked at it but it may just have a loose speaker wire. When we first started the engine it fired right up and idled perfectly, the car runs and drives nicely. The interior looks like new with the exception of one of the headliner bows rusted and slightly rusted trough the headliner but I haven't tried to clean it up yet so it may clean up. I have a few trim pieces on order from back east to finish up the outside but as of now do not have them in hand. There is a small amount of repairable rust in a couple of small places on the roof near the rain gutter but very fixable, I may have it repaired before sale depending on timing and schedule. I am still missing one of the rear quarter panel Sierra logos and have one coming otherwise the exterior is complete and in incredible shape, all original, showing a little wear from the years but no major or minor damage just small wear and tear imperfections in a couple of places. The interior looks like brand new, black and white two tone to match the exterior, carpet in great shape and even have the one piece front plastic floor mat, there is minor surface rusting on the dash under the gauges. Mechanically, we have a 315 Poly engine that I understand to be really low miles and it runs like new. Three speed standard transmission on the column, manual brakes and steering. The clutch feels good and the new brakes are velvet touch and work great. I have added a 1 inch lowering block to the rear since it sat like a truck, otherwise it's unmolested. Here's what I'm thinking, is it a $20,000.00 car, probably not, but it's definitely a high teens car because of the originality, history, rarity and condition. I'm planning on posting this on E-bay next week but thought I'd see if anyone here is interested first. Asking price $16,500 or best offer of course, Thanks, Dave
  14. WTB: 1953 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon Tail Gate Glass Wanted. Thank you for any assistance. Rob
  15. 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
  16. I’m trying to locate a few parts for the latest project, 1956 Dodge Sierra Wagon, if you have or know anyone that has one of these or any of these parts I’d really appreciate any help I can get. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p> </o:p> On the back of the upper tail gate I need the chrome strip that goes across the bottom edge <o:p> </o:p> On the rear quarter panels I need the 2 ”Sierra” logos <o:p> </o:p> On the rear quarter panel I need on of the screw on points from the end of the trim <o:p> </o:p> I think I need at least one of the rear bumperettes <o:p> </o:p> And, if anyone has one laying around I’d like to have a “Suburban” script from the 2-door wagon <o:p> </o:p> Please help me get this thing back in shape
  17. $3,800. For complete details and additional photos, email collectorcarsandparts@yahoo.com Delivery is available.
  18. Believed to be the last unrestored 1940 Buick Woody, and one of 12 or 13 total left in existence. Buick only used Biehl Body Co. in Redding, PA for one year - 1940. After 1940, Buick used a cheaper body maker, and it is widely acknowledged that the woodwork, and therefore the cars, were no longer as intricate or attractive. This car is believed to be complete (with backseat) and includes some spares such as a new wiring loom, extra grill, bumper, bumperettes, various phenolic parts and a "period" portable radio. This particular car was purchased new by Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood, CA - then traded at Howard Buick in 1950 and subsequently purchased by Mr. John Thomson, of Los Angeles. We believe Mr. Thomson was a professional photographer who took the famous picture of the first atomic bomb detonation at Bikini Atoll. The car was sold from his estate after Mr. Thomson's passing in 1985 (copy of the obituary may be available). More info from the previous owner (#3): "Re: 1940 Buick Estate Wagon, model '59' bearing 1956 CA lic plate "JPM575" with 1961 reg tags chassis #: 13837256 engine #: 54033740 Biehl Body Co. ID plate: body # 486 / trim # 1 / paint # 544 (original paint color - maroon, interior trim - dark red leather and wool carpeting) (body #486, out of a total of 496 for domestic sales and 5 for export) This car was sold new in the fall of 1940 by Howard Buick in Los Angeles. NOTE: Charles Howard was the west coast Buick distributor and the owner of 'Seabiscuit' In 1950 my father's friend John Thomson bought this car from Howard when it was traded in by the original owner, Warner Bros studios. He drove it until 1961, which was the last year that it was registered. In 1985 I purchased the car from Mr. Thomson's widow and at that time checked out all the mechanicals, got the engine started and drove it around the block a couple times. I then parked it in my garage where it has sat for the last 22 years awaiting a restoration project that unfortunately never came to pass... The engine and drivetrain are original and [believed to be] functional. The electrical wiring has deteriorated. A new full wire loom with correct color coded fabric wire is included. It has not yet been installed. All lamps, lenses, and trim pieces are present and intact. The car has the original front seat as well as the removable rear seat and the optional rear fender skirts. There is an extra two piece grill as well as a bumper and bumper over-rider, all rechromed and wrapped up. All the body sheet metal is solid with no rust-out as this car has always been in Los Angeles and has not been subjected to road salt or harsh winters. The wooden body is northern Ash, while the inset plywood panels are covered in mahogany veneer. With the exception of the tailgate, liftgate and adjacent overhead and vertical rear corner posts which have all suffered deterioration from weathering and dryrot, all of the rest of the body woodwork is in place and intact. All four doors open and close, but their joints are loose and fragile. I must stress that although much of the wood framing might appear to be refinishable and restorable, that wouild not be a wise course to follow. In order to do a proper restoration and ensure the strength and integrity of the body, ALL of the woodwork should be disassembled and used only as patterns for the fabrication of a new body..." ** All information contained herein is believed to be true and correct, but not guaranteed. Please supplement this information with your own research. The car is currently in running condition. It starts and idles more smoothly and quietly than our 2007 Chevy Tahoe. Truly a remarkable car, we hate to let the Buick go. Hemmings ad link: Hemmings Motor News: Buick Estate Wagon for sale Anamera link: 1940 Buick Estate Wagon Woody (Pre-War) for sale: Anamera
  19. You’ve got to check out this 51’ Willys Wagon on Ebay. Somebody’s going to get this wagon cheap! <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p> It’s item # 200554625750<o:p></o:p> <o:p></o:p> http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1951-Willys-Wagon-4X4-/200554625750?pt=US_Cars_Trucks&hash=item2eb1fcbad6
  20. Economy is bad, cannot continue restorations, have to let them go: to save us both some time: Prices are firm. email wwhitfield@triad.rr.com for pictures. 1957 chevy Bel air 4 door hardtop, in grey primer, needs complete restoration, needs floor pans, trunk pan can be patched and used. VIN# C57T272209, equipped with factory clock. No engine, Has automatic transmission under it, has generator, starter, head, intake manifold, will need a block. (It had a 283 V-8 engine with 2 barrel carb.) It was originally a yellow car. The stainless trim package fills the back seat. The section of the top bewhind the right rear door has had some patch work done already but it needs to be done again, properly. Rear windshield glass is good, front windshield will need replacing. $2250. 336-765-8312, Mocksville, NC 1957 chevrolet series 210 4 door sedan, original 283 V-8, powerglide automatic transmission, mileage is 82954. Body work has been done, body sanded and put in primer, have bumpers and stainless.f There is no rust on this North Carolina car and floor pans are good. Only one spot on floor pans had to be repaired. VIN # 14592284B, Car starts, drives, stops, has dual exhaust. $5500, 336-765-8312, or 336-782-4221, Mocksville, N.C. email for pictures. 1957 chevy 210 series 4 door 6 seat station wagon, with the orginal seats. 283 V-8 with 2 barrel carb and with powerglide automatic transmission,VIN # VB57B127520, equipped with radio and heater, 00224 on odometer, will need complete floor pans, windshield, rear glass and curved side glasses are good. $2250. 336-765-8312, Mocksville, North Carolina, :mad: 1957 chevy 2 door station wagon, over $10,000 has been spent in sheet metal/body work alone, plus NEW rubber for doors and windshield and new stainless steel brake lines, disc brake kit installed and power steering box installed, front suspension rebuilt, all come with the car! It is a rolling chassis, with all sheet metal work done. Body is ready to sand and paint. This station wagon has an excellent tail gate. Vin # A57T258493. The body was set off the frame, everything sandblasted. It has complete new floors installed, two new repair panels installed. It has an excellent tailgate. Repair pieces are not available for the tailgate. The owner of the restoration shop had to make those pieces. The only body filler on the whole car is a very small amount where the repair pieces of the tailgate were installed. My loss, your gain, first $6950. ALSO AVAILABLE to go with it for $2000 is a 1993 Caprice ex-police car with 135K miles and heavy duty suspension if someone wants to set the body onto a modern frame and running gear, VIN # 1G1B L5372dPW148124. 336-765-8312, Mocksville, North Carolina.
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    1957 Fiesta Wagon

    Looking for a good original, or older restoration. want to drive and use, must not be a show car. I am in calif. What do you have?
  22. Well, I have exhausted my sources locally for interior parts...nobody wants to even try to tackle making me a new headliner for the '57 Buick Estate Wagon (Special) So, I am looking to the Buick community for help. I know where to get the 'chrome' strips for the roof...it is the panels that I need. My interior guy threw out the originals (lived and learned from that mistake!) and the ones he made are ill fitting at best. So, help me make my Buick Estate wagon beautiful again.
  23. Any ideas, Ideally in california, looking for a driver, I do not want high end car, needs to be usable to drive the family around
  24. Hi Dodge&Dodge Brothers Fans, I wanted to let you know after 11 years I have decided to sell my 1960 Dodge Polara Hardtop Station Wagon. My family life and wonderful kid obligations just do not allow me to show and share this car like it deserves and I don't think that will be changing anytime soon. I am looking for the right buyer who is passionate about 60 Dodges and Station Wagons. Since 1983 I have searched for these cars and today I know of only 5 working examples in the world.I welcome any questions and networking help to find the right buyer. Please feel free to contact me: polara6t@yahoo.com and thanks for your consideration! Bob Here is the link to car info and a few pictures. Sale Forum Link: http://forums.aaca.org/f194/1960-dodge-polara-hardtop-station-wagon-264864.html
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