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1924 Dodge Brother Touring Car Kenmore, WA $6000

Looks nice.

“I’ve owned this car for some time and don’t use it. From the pictures you’ll see that the seat upholstery is shot. The paint is pretty good. It’s an old repaint. Although they’re not original, the running boards look nice. It’s never been restored but everything works. In the past 10 years I’ve replaced the tires with new ones from Coker Tire. I’ve also had the rear spokes replaced by Calimer’s Wheel Shop. It runs well and everything works. There is no top. I have some top frames and the clips that hold the top to the windshield frame. I have a few extra parts. It’s time to send it to a home where it gets as much love and more exercise. Email me for my contact information.”

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1930 Chrysler CJ6(?) Marion, IL $14,000

UPDATE: Still Available.

(07/29/2018) Looks nice.

“1930 Chrysler CJ6 Sedan. Original drivetrain, wooden wheels, and accessories. Interior has been redone several years ago and needs new carpet in the front. Completely rewired with vintage reproduction wiring harness. NOS white wall tires. 6 cylinder, 3 speed manual, sedan. Top is in good condition. Make offer.”

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1927 Modified Model T Puyallup, WA $14,444

Looks fun.

“For sale only- NO TRADES!
Asking $14,444.44
1927 Ford Model T high top coupe.
347 Ford stroker motor with aprox 3000 miles on it built by Pro-Formance Unlimited
Parker high rise single plane manifold
Holley 650 carb
Estimated at 480 horse power
Ram clutch with McCloud hydraulic release bearing
Ford top loader 4 speed with .70 final drive
373 Chevy 12 bolt posi rear end
Chevy spindles and big disc on 1948 Ford axle
1953 Willys dash- gauges don’t work cause they have not been converted to 12 volt yet
1960’s Craiger wheels
Tail lights and steering box are 1968 VW bus
Fuel tank is 1972 VW bug
Speedway radiator with MotoMeter
Wilwood pedals for clutch and brake
1979 Lincoln Versailles gas pedal
All new rear drum brake set up with turned drums
Hidden ignition cut off and fuel cut off switches
Keyless ignition
Electric fuel pump
Seats from Rotten Leonard
Pin striping done by Goofy
Car weighs under 2200 pounds
Car has never been titled”

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1941 Plymouth Coupe Deluxe Corinth, OH $5800

Runs, but needs some work.

“1941 Plymouth Coupe Deluxe. (Business Coupe).
This is a great project car for restoration or customization. I picked it up last year from an estate auction. We got it running to put on trailer. I just don’t have time to work on it now. Carburetor has been rebuilt. New plugs, wires, and Battery. I have all new floor and trunk pans to go with it.

Everything for the car is there except hubcaps and two small pieces of trim that go on the cowl between hood and door.
This is a project vehicle.
I may consider full or partial trade for the following:

Willy’s, CJ, or Wrangler platforms. Older Mopar or Ford Cars or trucks, horse trailer.”


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1936 Pontiac 3 Window Coupe Portland, Or $3500


“Selling a 1936 Pontiac 3 wnd coupe. Needs restored or for parts. Its torn down so you can see what needs to be done, i have most all the parts, have extra cowl for patch panels. These are rare and hard to find, looks a lot like a Ford or Willies were most peoples guesses. I have enclosed pictures of my restored coupe so you can see what it could look like if you went this direction.

Most parts i have for the car are nice as i have been collecting these for many years. Make a nice classic, gasser, hot rod custom or rat rod, has great patina. The doors have new wood or refurbished where need be, you can make it a trunk car or flip it to a rumble seat, has rust where the front fenders mount but i have the cowl for patch panels, the rear bead above the splash apron also has some rust. These are the typical areas where these cars rust out. This car has been in dry storage for years, i need the room so something has to go. These cars do require some knowledge to restore and are not for the novice so make sure you want or are ready for the task at hand. I don’t have a title but will provide a bill of sale so you can get a lost on at the DMV.”



1948? Willys Project Pinehurst, TX **Status Unknown**

UPDATE: Status Unknown. Was $8000.

“Ex gasser out of Illinois, has orginal aluminum rear doors with Hinges, title, good chrome windshield frame, rear is a late chevys, front is anglia axel with unknown brakes, square roll bar, rolls and steer, cant find any history on it, Only Thames I know of around here 🙂 or take partial trade and cash, or trade for T bucket, hot rods ,or bagged ?”

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1949 Pontiac Chieftan Seneca, SC $1000

Interesting project.

“Reduced! 1949 Pontiac Chieftain. Looks like a Streamliner. Similar to a Chevy Fleetliner. These make great street rods or rat rods. Looks to have a later model front crossmember with upper & lower control arms. Ford 9″ rear. Has bumpers and some grill parts inside. Was planning to chop the top but have too many projects going at the moment. Will take $1000 firm or trade. Clear SC title.”

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1948 Plymouth Business Coupe Glendale, AZ $29,900

Good looking resto-mod.

“1948 Plymouth Business Coupe Street Rod, Rust free Arizona Car, 440 motor 727 Trans, Mods are Mustang front
end, Cowl vent filled, Vent windows removed, V-butt windshield, 1948 Lincoln taillights custom headlights
Power window , Rabbit custom dash, For further info Please call or E-mail Thanks for looking Phil
six two three 764-0488
$29,900 or OBO Partial trade considered
Please no text and I do not need any help selling, Thanks for looking”

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1948 Vauxhall 12 Newberg, OR $6800

UPDATE: Still Available.

“Extremely rare 48 Vauxhall from New Zealand (Vauxhall is a GM brand). Called a “12” because it originally had only 12 hp!

This is a small car. Looks like a mini 38 Chevrolet. Similar to Ford’s version: the Anglia.

Runs strong, Very Dependable

*4 door sedan with suicide doors.
*Right hand drive
*Factory sliding sunroof

Remarkably solid body. Doors close nice, window cranks work as designed, nice seats and door panels. Original steering wheel and unique turn signal switch.


*Totally disassembled and underside sandblasted, coated with POR 15
*Buick 3.8 V6
*Turbo 350 automatic with Lokar shifter
*S-10 rear end
*Straight axle and steering box from 68 Chev van.
*New wiring
*Chev rally wheels
*New brakes all around
*New fabric sliding sunroof
*New carb

To Do:
*Needs front shocks
*Wiper motor and heater core purchased but not installed
*Needs headliner

Unique and extremely rare hot rod. (Just try to find another for sale anywhere in the U.S.!)

Ready to drive and enjoy.

Asking $6,850. Much more invested.”

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1925 Stearns-Knight Model C Brougham Corralitos, CA $35,000

UPDATE: Still Available.

(06/20/2018) Looks good

“1925 Stearns Knight Model C 6 cylinder Brougham. Well preserved original car with the original striped upholstery and black leather top. 6 cylinder Knight engine. Runs well, very nice to drive. This was a high quality car of the era and is considered a full classic by the Classic Car Club of America. Rich tan color, wood spoke wheels.”

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1929 Chrysler Sedan Gloucester, MA $4000

Not a Willys, but who knew how closely Jeep (of course not around at 1929) and Chrysler would grow together?

“1929 Chrysler CJ6 or 66 4-door Sedan project car for sale. Great for Custom Rod, Rat Rod or Stock restoration. Have all body parts (hood, grill, doors, fenders, seat springs, trim, etc.) stored in a barn. Looking for $4,000 or OBRO. Engine should start and rolling chassis / brakes in good order. Owned for more than 20 years but never registered, therefore no title.”

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1926 Ford Model T Shipshewana, IN $10,500

Looks solid.

“This is a beautiful car that has recently undergone a top-down service by an experienced Model T mechanic. It’s running, driving and stopping. Clear title. Here’s a list of everything done:

-Converted to 12V
-Hi-torque starter
-Pentronix ignition
-New carb
-Sediment bowl
-Transmission bands adjusted
-Fuel tank refurbished
-Oil change”

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1929 Nash Standard Six Tuson, AZ $9000

Could use a bath. Doesn’t start at the moment.

“1929 Nash Standard Six, Barn find! Complete and 100% original car in great shape with no rust. As the saying goes: they’re only original once. Great patina! Get it running again and drive it the way it is. Wood is in very good condition and solid. Normal small dents, dings and scratches for an original unrestored car of this age. All original paint except for small touchup at stress crack along outside edge of passenger front fender rewelded years ago (absolutely no bondo).
Continue reading “1929 Nash Standard Six Tuson, AZ $9000”

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1950 Ford Custom Convertible St. Louis, MO eBay

Looks like a fun car.

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“1950 Ford Custom Convertible:
Most desirable model of the ‘Shoebox Ford’
Texas convertible with factory power top
239 CID Flathead V-8 engine with heavy-duty “8RT” heads
Period Fenton exhaust manifolds with functional chrome lake pipes
Upgraded to 12-volt electrical system
Three-speed manual transmission and 3.73 gearing
Original Raven Black exterior with white top and red and white interior
Dodge Lancer “spinner” wheel covers with red steel wheels that handsomely match the red interior
Dual spotlights, full rocker moldings, gravel guards, chrome lake pipes, dual exhaust tips, back-up lights and more”

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1924 Hunger 11.4 Monticello, ME eBay

Fun looking British roadster.

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“1924 Humber Roadster. A rare car. Only one like it in north America. SN 2812. This antique automobile runs and drives real nice. Starts quick, handles well. Drive anywhere. I have had on many, many tours. A truly unique car. Humber built cars extremely well. Very solid construction. Similar to Rolls-Royce in my opinion. Top perfect. Breaks great, Engine real strong. Clutch easy. Four speed transmission”

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1932 Auburn Brougham Plano, TX eBay

These are pretty vehicles.

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“1932 Auburn Brougham. This rare luxury car is in excellent condition and has been well maintained. It runs and drives like the finely tuned machine it is.

Features include:
Original 8-100A Lycoming Engine. output rated at 100 horsepower at 3,400 rpm. Has 268.6 cubic inch displacement.

Columbia dual ratio rear axel (two-speed) – select between 4.54:1 or 3.00:1 gear ratio. The 4.54 has better performance, the 3.00:1 has better economy.
Startix Automatic Starter, the first year it was available. It starts the engine when the ignition is turned on.
Midland steel-draulic brakes. Bijur chassis lubricating system. 127” wheelbase, freewheeling. “Flying Lady” mascot. (Hood ornament), Wide whitewall tires. Original trunk and rack. Dual side mount spares. Cowl and driving lights. Preston green paint with beige pinstripe and canvas top.
We believe this car also has the Schebler 2-barrel carburetor, a 3-speed manual transmission, Delco ride control shocks and a vacuum-actuated clutch.