This is my personal car, 1973 Cadillac Coupe DeVille. It is white with original paint, original white vinyl top and original red leather interior. I bought it from the original owner and have owned it for over thirty years and it has been stored in the back of my building for twenty years. I pulled it out storage and sold it. This post is for memories.
This is a 1956 Thunderbird for sale in Lillian, Texas 76061. It is a mostly original 95000 mile car with 292V8, 3 speed manual transmission, power brakes, hard top with port holes, fender skirts with new rubber, continental kit, new interior in the original pattern, and Vintage Air A/C. The body is in good shape with only minor rust bubbles on the trunk lid edge. It runs and drives good, been in storage since 2003, comes with owners manual, and the bumper jack. $21,750.00 or make an offer I can’t refuse. SOLD.
This is a one owner car I bought about twelve years ago, drove and enjoyed and then sold it about a year and a half ago. It had 32,000 miles on the odometer when I bought it and when I sold it the odometer read 49,000 miles. It was a very nice car and I’m glad I had the opportunity to own it for a while. It was a 1979 Buick Regal Limited Coupe with a 4.9 liter V8, automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, power windows, power brakes, and factory chrome wheels. It still had the original paint and interior.
This is a job I did recently for a customer. He brought in a bare frame for his 1957 Chevrolet 1/2 ton pick-up. The Camaro clip was already in place. I assembled and installed the steering and suspension. This included new ball joints, tie rods, center link, p/s box, pittman arm, idler arm, springs, shocks, and spindles. Next I installed new brake rotors, bearings, seals, calipers, and brake pads. On the back I installed a new TCI leaf spring kit, a Camaro 10 bolt axle, shocks, and a rear disc brake kit. This kit included new rotors, pads, e-brake calipers, e-brake cables, and brake hoses. Since these photos were uploaded, the rear calipers are painted red and the rears shocks have been installed. This is a great foundation for his truck.
This is a customers car I did about a year ago. This was an all original 1953 Bel Air 4 door 235ci 6 cylinder with a Powerglide transmission showing less than 90,000 miles on the clock. It had been sitting about 20 years. After a complete tune-up, cap, rotor, points, cond., wires, and plugs, a carburetor rebuild, the old motor ran really well. I installed a new 6 volt battery, battery cables, and rebuilt the starter. Fresh oil, filter, and new oil lines were next. I did a complete brake job that included new, master cylinder, wheel cylinders, hoses, hard lines, shoes, springs, and drums. I installed new, fuel pump, tank, sending unit, and gas cap. I refurbished four 15″X7″ GM ralley wheel and new, GoodYear tires, disc brake center caps, and all new lug nuts. After a whole new exhaust system, it was ready for the road.