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++ N.O.S.++ O.E.M.++ G M Brake Drums --ALMOST GONE--

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If you have bought the reproes and found that they DO NOT FIT

(And spent money on hub changeovers and return shipping, etc.,etc.!!!)

I have EXACTLY four (4) remaining C2010 Century / X21047 NWRA

Brake Drums that fit :

1952 - 1957 Buick Special (40 series) Fronts

1948 - 1957 Buick Super (50 series) Fronts

1942 - 1957 Buick Century (60 series) Fronts

1942 - 1951 Buick Roadmaster (70 series) Fronts

          &

1956 - 1957 Buick Special  Rears

1953 - 1957 Buick Super. Rears

1942 - 1957 Buick Century. Rears

1942 - 1957 Buick Roadmaster. Rears

1958 - 1860 Buick - All - Rears

              & I have two (2) remaining C2033 Century / X21048 NWRA

Brake Drums that fit :

1936 - 1951 Buick Special (40 series) Fronts

1936 - 1947 Buick Super (50 series) Fronts

           &

1936 - 1955 Buick Special. Rears

1936 - 1952 Buick Super. Rears

 

Call now before they are GONE forever ------

    Craig. 516 - 485 - 1935....New York....

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I may have the C2011 Century / X21049 NWRA that fits:

1952 - 1957 Buick Roadmaster (70 series) Fronts

1958 - 1960 Buick - ALL - Fronts

I would have to check; I may have Only one (1) remaining --

I'll actually look in on this one presently.....

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I have a basic question.  How can you cite the same part number to fit a front and a rear?  Aren't they different parts?

 

(I may be mis-reading your post.)

 

I might have an interest in fronts and / or rears to fit a '38 Special.  What are your prices?

 

Jeff

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They ARE the same brake drum.

The Front brake drum has to be mounted to the hub.

The Rear brake drum just slides on to the rear axle.

But -- they ARE the same brake drum....

And I have ++ Asbestos ++ brake shoes, Front & Rear, for the same

application.

Call -- for the "package deal" price....

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Thanks for posting and offering those drums for sale.  However, I did not see a price.  Please add a price to your post.  Thanks.

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Thanks very much for clarifying the front / rear thing!

 

Jeff

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Phone number is there...... anyone with a phone of any sort ,,,, can CALL and ask the price .....

And the price is NOW reduced for 1 week for an IMMEDIATE sale.....

 

These D O  N O T  exist on planet Earth -- as we are ALL aware,,,,,,

and when mine are gone ------- oh, well......

 

Magic phone number is  516 - 485 - 1935 ..... don't delay, CALL TODAY........ Yours, Craig.....

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On 5/22/2019 at 6:21 AM, mobileparts said:

If you have bought the reproes and found that they DO NOT FIT

(And spent money on hub changeovers and return shipping, etc.,etc.!!!)

I have EXACTLY four (4) remaining C2010 Century / X21047 NWRA

Brake Drums that fit :

1952 - 1957 Buick Special (40 series) Fronts

1948 - 1957 Buick Super (50 series) Fronts

1942 - 1957 Buick Century (60 series) Fronts

1942 - 1951 Buick Roadmaster (70 series) Fronts

          &

1956 - 1957 Buick Special  Rears

1953 - 1957 Buick Super. Rears

1942 - 1957 Buick Century. Rears

1942 - 1957 Buick Roadmaster. Rears

1958 - 1860 Buick - All - Rears

              & I have two (2) remaining C2033 Century / X21048 NWRA

Brake Drums that fit :

1936 - 1951 Buick Special (40 series) Fronts

1936 - 1947 Buick Super (50 series) Fronts

           &

1936 - 1955 Buick Special. Rears

1936 - 1952 Buick Super. Rears

 

Call now before they are GONE forever ------

    Craig. 516 - 485 - 1935....New York....

So these are OEM in GM boxes?

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Posted (edited)

Two of the X21047 are in the old original 2-in-a-box box,

the other two are loose but have the original tags.

 

The two X21048 are loose and in a precariously stack --

I am not going to disturb for the heck of it......

 

Always best to simply call me -- Craig -- 516 - 485 - 1935......

If you have a beautiful car; these are the BRAKE DRUMS you would 

Want and Desire.....

Edited by mobileparts (see edit history)

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7 hours ago, mobileparts said:

so anyone who would even think that, I would prefer to not have to entertain a phone call.

 

Which is probably why you have not received a call from anyone. 

 

While you are out looking for REAL BUICK MEN, see if you can't find some common sense too! 

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Here is the price --- so there is no confusion....

They ARE  $ 250.00 USA dollars each, I am not breaking pairs at this point.

A package deal could be available, if you are adding brake shoes, wheel cylinders, brake hoses,  wheel bearings and seals, etc., etc.,

But no matter what you want.... It will require a phone call.

 

So be prepared to exert the extra effort of pushing 10 buttons .....

Always best to simply call me --- Yours, Craig. 516 - 485 - 1935....

      For REAL BUICK MEN ONLY..........

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Hey, John D,

   I wholeheartedly agree with you!!!!!!

   Common Sense used to be a given --- old car people are the greatest people on the planet !!!!!

   But the trickle down effect --- we have been infiltrated by some less than savory characters, shall we say ?!?!?

   The good news, I think, is we are still north of 95 % great people!!!!!

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I should have said common decency instead of common sense but I admit I could not think of the word while so infuriated by your major insult to a valued member of this board. 

 

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Clearly something got edited.  Oh well. This real buick man has enough drums stashed for a while.

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