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  1. Hello I’m looking for a pre-16 Ford project. I’m looking for a vehicle that is in rough shape that I can acquire cheaply and restore to tour. i’m located about an hour away from Syracuse NY.
  2. I am looking for a fairly nice chassis of a 1921 or 22 REO Speedwagon. any thing considered Any leads appreciated.
  3. 1991 Mercury Grand Marquis LS 4D sedan. Adult owned and maintained. Non-smoker. Original clean condition, no modifications. Never been in an accident. Only signs of rust is under the front passenger door. Garage kept when not in use. Has been in the family since 1991. Title in my name. Antique registered. Jasper remanufactured 5.0L V8 fuel injected engine. Automatic 4-speed overdrive transmission. Power steering, power brakes, power door locks, power side view mirrors, power drivers seat, air conditioning, heat. No mechanical issues. Runs and drives very well. Cloth interior is in good condition. Some stains on the front seats and carpet. Headliner is showing signs of fatigue on the sides by the back window. Exterior is in good condition. Some paint scratches and very minor dents on the sides. The paint is in good condition. Vinyl top is in good condition. Trunk is clean and tidy. Tires are in good shape. Car itself has over 200,000 miles. Deluxe Marti Report and shop manuals convey. Asking $3,000. Matt Doscher 757-448-7048, VLW78@Hotmail.com.
  4. WTB A well maintained, low mileage dually 1 ton truck to pull my enclosed car hauler. Considering gas or diesel (sorry no 6.0 Fords) Any make. Any location. Prefer 1995-2007 models. Tell me what you've got. Thanks Brian Bentley Denton Texas text 817-320-0829 Bbobopuppy@aol.com
  5. I grew up as my grandpa’s sidekick and copilot tinkering with old cars, he had a dozen, including a 1921 Franklin sedan that I loved riding in. He taught me the joys of old cars that I need to pass on to my four kids. I’m looking for a Franklin, 1926 or earlier, ready for that its next caretaker. Love the horse collar hood. Needs to be road ready or close, and large enough for the whole family to enjoy. We’ve already got a project car, we’re looking for a driving car. Any leads would be appreciated! I recently joined the Franklin club and posted there as well, hoping to reach an additional audience here…
  6. Hello looking for a 21” wheel, speedometer cable just need the inter cable, headlight/ignition switch, and a front bumper with brackets and a rear quarter window handle and the chrome piece that fits around it.
  7. Hi. I'm looking for a 1962 Buick Invicta convertible, preferably in Teal Mist color. Just like the one I bought new in 1962. Please contact me if you know of one or have one for sale. Thank you kindly.
  8. I'm looking for a decent '50 Hudson Commodore 4dr. Please reply to this listing with your contact info or I'll tell you how to contact me.
  9. Looking to purchase a 1937-38 Buick Roadmaster convertible. Prefer restored or needing a cosmetic restoration. Thanks Doug 402-699-7442
  10. Casually looking for a 2dr W body Regal. May also entertain an A body century, H body lesabre, c body electra, or e body riviera. No white/grey. Bonus for red, especially the interior. Must have the 3.8 and be in good to very good condition. Will use as my daily. (Love my F350 but it can be a little cumbersome around town)
  11. If you have a British or Springfield Silver Ghost to sell or know of one for sale by owner, please PM me. Henry Feinberg AACA Life Member RROC Member Since 1968
  12. Looking for a 35-36 Mopar fender skirt for the drivers side any help would be appreciated
  13. I am interested in one or more for 1931 Model 67 Buick. Measures 8" O. D. Please send a PM Thanks.
  14. Looking to purchase a 1959 Impala convertible for my Dad. Matching numbers motor or trans does not matter running or not doesn't matter. Car must have a title. I would love to have our family be the next caretaker of a long admired automobile. This will always be "Dad's"car. Thanks for your time. Call or text 330-720-6129.
  15. Looking to purchase a 1959 Impala convertible for my Dad. It does NOT need to be a Matching numbers or perfect restoration car. Rust does not scare me and is expected. It does need to have a title. Would really like to take over a car that a family wants it to go to a good home for years of enjoyment. Call or text anytime. 330-720-6129. Thank you.
  16. Hi. Looking for help to positively identify my grandfather’s car in hopes to buy the same. The best I came up with so far is that it is either a 1931 Oldsmobile F 31 or Buick 56C. I’ve ruled out Ford and Chevy and the Buick 96C. I could’ve missed the year though. Key characteristics are the three hinge door, golf club storage door and the door cutout shape around the rear wheel, and the location of the soft top arm attachment above the golf club door and the curve of the arm. It would’ve helped tremendously if I could make out the ornament. This is the only picture my family has. I hope someone out there can help me out.
  17. I am looking for the following car for a client in the US. 1938 - 1940 Packard Super 8 or 8. Open car Concours condition. Would love one with a film related history (in a movie, owned by a movie star) although that is not a requirement. In order of interest: 1) Sport Phaeton 2) Roadster 3) convertible sedan Please email me at duesdealer@gmail.com should you know of an available car. Thank you, Kelly Dietrick
  18. Hello, How are you? L@@king for Older Books, Literature, Pictures, etc (and/or other Materials, etc) that may have a relation to Pre-War Vehicles, Pref. 1916 and/or earlier. Mechanical Diagrams, Pamphlets, General Guides, More potentially specified guides, Repair Manuals, Road Maps (Road Atlas, Maps, Historic Documents, etc), Dealer Books, etc...Thanks Also potentially interested in clothing and/or other articles...Thanks
  19. Looking to purchase 1970-1972 442 convertible in good shape. I’m not looking for a project, just a little piece of the past.
  20. Am interested in a 1976 or 1977 Buick Regal Coupe or maybe a Century from a private individual. No dealers. Do any of you know of a really nice, tour ready car with working A/C? Appreciate it. Earl Beauchamp, President AACA 2004
  21. Looking for a nice driver condition 1941 DeSoto with the Fluid Drive Simplimatic transmission. Thank you.
  22. Looking for 67-72 Chevrolet or GMC Suburban. No trailer Queen or RestoMod. 2 WD with A/C and Barn doors preferred-but will consider all. Will travel for right truck. Long term storage project truck OK. No major rust projects. Any leads appreciated. PM or call 703-966-8422 to chat. Thanks and Happy New Year to all
  23. I'm looking to buy a 1955 Buick Century 4 door Riviera (63). The perfect fit would be as follows: - Nice driver quality (complete; no rust; decent paint, chrome, stainless, pot metal; decent interior) - Paint code SBS (Cherokee Red / Dover White / Cherokee Red) - Interior code 467 (Red and White vinyl with black speckled cloth) - Any body re-paint or interior redo done as close to code correct as possible Realizing that an exact fit probably won't pop up, I'd strongly consider a two door Century Riviera as well as a two door Special Riviera. I'd entertain a vehicle with mechanical issues but would like all body and interior to be in good shape. Different color combinations are in play but I really lean toward the red & white combinations and matching interiors. I'm avoiding the Super / Roadmaster series altogether. I'm located in SE Wisconsin but will travel for the right car and price. Please call or text me (Joe) at 414-587-1821 if you've got something. Leave a message if calling. Thanks.
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