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ACD/CORD COMPLETE BOOK. The Classic Cord 810-812 History Book of the Year Award from AACA. Rave reviews from every publication in the hobby including the Classic Car Club. Jay Leno says, “If you can’t afford a Cord, you’ve got to get this book!” Leather cover, 10 x 14, exceptional printing, A-C-D Museum design, slipcase, 304 pages. Every Cord produced serial numbers, over 500 photographs, rare patent documents and AFAS artists’ paintings. Special limited offer 50% savings! To CCCA Members: now only $80. + $10. S&H (Domestic ship). Total $90. Overseas additional. While they last! E-mail: Publisher, CORD BOOK, P.O. Box 1224, St. Helena, CA 94574. MC, Visa, PayPal or check. Mobile: 925-899-3411.

AMERICAN ARROW CORPORATION. Manufacturer of quality Classic Era auto accessories. We specialize in new wire wheels, stainless-steel mascots, spotlights, wind wings, tonneau windshields, automotive art, bronze & stainless-steel sculptures and much more. Visit us at our website or email us:, 248-435-6115, Don Sommer, President.

ANTIQUE & CLASSIC CAR RESTORATION SERVICES in the Tampa Bay area. All makes and models. 1900s-1960s. Quick, affordable, attention to detail and authenticity. 40 years experience. Get your Classic Car ready to tour, show or sell. We will even assist with the marketing. FREE estimates. Brando Pistorius. 813-917-9205.
BOOKS: The Coachwork of Erdmann & Rossi by Rupert Stuhlemmer (Dalton Watson Publ.) and Vanden Plas Coachbuilders by Brian Smith (Dalton Watson Publ.). Both books have original dust jackets. or 330-904-6289.

“THE CADILLAC THAT FOLLOWED ME HOME” by Chris Cummings. A tale of acquiring, enjoying and restoring Classic Cadillacs. It’s a fun read and it makes a great gift. My wife loved it – says you don’t have to be a car nut to enjoy it. Hemmings Classic Car called it “the most inspirational book on classic car restoration ever published.” 254 pages, 59 photos. $25.00 from McFarland Publishers, 800-253-2187.

CADILLAC LITERATURE. Manuals 1915-1948, $12-$75. Alex Voss, Tel. 206-721-3077,

CARPET MATERIAL. The finest selection of high quality automotive carpets in the world. Several types of Wilton and Hogshair, the original material used in your car. Over 100 colors in all ranges. Send swatch of color you are looking for or call or write for free samples. Bill Hirsch. Call toll free 1-800-828-2061 or e-mail

CONVERTIBLE TOP MATERIALS. Largest selection of original type top materials in over 90 colors. Foreign and domestic. Send swatch of color wanted or call or write for free samples. Bill Hirsch. Call toll-free 1-800-828-2061 or e-mail

CONVERTIBLE TOPS: For Cadillacs from 1936, Packards from 1932, Lincolns from 1939. Other makes, too. All made to order using high-quality Stayfast material. Bill Hirsch. 800-828-2061. E-mail:

DUESENBERG HEADS. Model “J” heads reproduced as original in cast iron with hard seats, valve guides and valves installed. Heads are machined and ready to fit cam and install on engine. Yes, they are available. Call Jim Schneck at 920-684-0260 for further information.

DUESENBERG B&W PRINT. Model J Beverly sedan. Left side, front, rear, and top views. Expertly traced from original blueprint drawn and signed by Gordon Buehrig in 1967. Original size (44 x 24) $29.95. Half size (22 x 12) $19.95. Shipping included. David Sandels, 1480 Simpson, St. Paul, MN 55108.


FLEETWOOD–THE COMPANY & THE COACHCRAFT. A limited number of copies are still available of the new, revised 2011 edition of this monumental book. The book includes data and history on some of the most unique and beautiful coachbuilt automobiles ever made from 1909 to 1996. Hardcover, horizontal format, 464 pages, 1,000 B&W illustrations, 8-1/2” x 11”. $75.00 plus $5.00 Media Mail or $12.00 Priority Mail postage (U.S. only). A deluxe, leather-bound, autographed limited edition (only 100 copies printed) is also available for $125.00, plus postage. Also available, “Restorer’s Classic Car Shop Manual”, softcover, 8-1/2” x 11”, 336 pages, illustrated. $40 plus $5.00 postage. Send your payment and order to The Auto Review, 5 Rowan Oak Lane, Columbia, IL 62236-4148, USA. For Canadian and foreign orders contact the publisher at or 618-281-3311 for payment and postage information.



GAS TANK SEALER. Aviation quality. The only sealer totally resistant to 100% pure Alcohol, Ethanol and Methanol. One quart enough for up to 30-gallon tank. Quarts: $30.00; pints: $21.00. Over two million cans sold. Bill Hirsch, 800-828-2061. E-mail:

GASKETS for all classic engines and any olde engine for that matter! In addition to world’s largest inventory of new-old-stock gaskets, we have newly manufactured (copper, copper/steel) gaskets. Also, composition, cork and paper gaskets are available. Head, manifold and fresh, complete overhaul sets (or, individual gaskets) for most engines are in stock as well. Immediate service. Please inquire. Paul TerHorst in Northeastern Illinois. Phone/fax: 847-949-1030 or (cell) 847-558-9732. e-mail:

LEATHER. Classic Car Club member who owns a leather company can assist with your interior restoration. Our specialty is an exact match of color, grain and sheen of your original material; or select from an extensive inventory of 100s of colors of high quality automotive leathers. We are leather specialists whose only product offering is high quality automotive upholstery leathers. Keleen Leathers, Inc. 2315 Enterprise Drive, Suite 100, Westchester, IL 60154. 708-409-9800.

LEATHER. The largest assortment and inventory of high quality automotive hides in the U.S.A. Over 8,000 hides in over 300 colors in stock. Drum-dyed hides from $3.50 per sq. ft. We also custom finish hides to almost any color and grain (min. 1 hide). We have been supplying show-quality leather for over 35 years. Send swatch of color you are looking for or call our toll-free number for free samples. Bill Hirsch, 396 Littleton Avenue, Newark, NJ 07103. 800-828-2061. E-mail:

LINCOLN, 1937, sales literature. Several pieces. 1937 FORTUNE magazines. 330-904-6289 or

LINCOLN, hubcap medallion. Faithful cloisonné reproduction of original hubcap. Excellent quality. Polished to gem-like finish. Do not confuse with earlier flat reproductions. $100 each. John Kepich, 1-800-365-5764, 465 Liberty Church Road, Mocksville, NC 27028,

LINCOLN SERVICE MANUAL. 1923-1927, $27.95. Part manual 1936-1948, 384 pages, $45.95. Alex Voss, Tel. 206-721-3077,

MANIFOLDS. Beautiful 1930-31 Cadillac V-16 manifolds cast from original patterns. Six-piece set available with or without porcelain. Contact Steve Nannini at or 520-297-1178.

MARMON, c. 1927, framed 8 x 10 original photo; plus original 1934 printed “Reduced Price List” 32-page parts booklet. Both $20, postpaid. Bernie Weis, 135 Edgerton Street, Rochester, NY 14607-2945. Phone: 585-244-2664 (between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m. ONLY, Eastern time).

PACKARD, 1932-39 Super 8 and V-12 transmission. Looks clean inside and rotates, shifts into each gear and reverse. My inspection shows the gears are in excellent condition but the synchros are worn. $1,450 or best offer. Vault Classic Cars, contact Steve Snyder at 714-401-1047.

PACKARD, 1934, original Super Eight dual side mount covers. The covers are in good condition with dings in the stainless trim. $1,500.00. Call Frank Lenihan at 301-622-3760.

PACKARD LENSES AND OTHER PARTS: Glass Headlight lenses: 1-pair ‘32 Twin Six Depress Beam lenses $1,500.00; 1 pair ‘32 Light Eight lenses: $500.00; ‘35 -‘38 Sr. (& ‘39 V-12) lenses @ $300.00 each or $575.00/ pair. Also, convertible rear window frames (5-3/8” x 25”) for open Packards, $450.00. Many other Packard parts-please inquire. Paul TerHorst in NE IL. Ph/fax: 847-949-1030 or (cell) 847-558-9732.

PACKARD, 1936, V-12 engine. It is a complete “short block” with excellent timing cover, harmonic dampener, crank, rods, oil pan, flywheel and bell housing and valve train. It requires a rebuilt. Includes a handy roller stand so it can be moved around. $3,995, OBO. Vault Classic Cars, contact Steve Snyder at 714-401-1047.

PACKARD LITERATURE. Manuals 1931-1948, $10-$150. Alex Voss, Tel. 206-721-3077,

PACKARD, V-12 cylinder heads. Cast Iron new productions in the box. These are from a stock of parts that I bought. These two cylinder heads exist now and are ready to ship now. $3,995 for the pair. I only have the one pair. Vault Classic Cars, contact Steve Snyder at 714-401-1047.

PACKARD PARTS: Camshaft with skew gear, $125. Oil pressure adjusting valve, $45 pr. Valve cover gaskets NOS, $50. All for 1933-‘36 Std. 8 and 1937-’39 Super 8. 100 brass radiator shutter rivets, NOS $35, chrome tubular badge bar with 4 brackets, $35. The lot: $195. Lincoln hub cap, 3-11/16th diameter. Fine original, $75. Hans Edwards, 11142 Calypso Ln., Sidney BC. V8L 5N6 Canada. 1-250-656-5953. Email:

PACKARD PARTS: 1930-31 Standard Eight 3-3/16” x 5”) engine block-no cracks-$1,500.00. Pair ‘32 Standard and DeLuxe Eight front welled fenders-excellent-$1,500.00. Packard fabric (flat top) trunk (18 x 36) good condition-$550.00. 1 pair 30” OD tire faceplates-$250.00. Four 1937-39 Senior bumper guards @ $75.00 each. Also, 1937-39 tail light bases. 1932-42 Packard Cormorants. Many hubcaps: Ex: ‘32 Light Eight, ‘32-36 Std 8, ‘34-36 V-l2. 1938 Su 8 parts: Running boards, radio, sidemount covers, seats, instruments, front bumper, horns, starter, fan pulley, etc. Please inquire: Paul TerHorst in NE IL. Ph/fax-847-949-1030 or (cell) 847-558-9732. E-mail:

PIERCE-ARROW/SEAGRAVE V-12 WATER JACKETS. Copper-brass, lifetime, used, 1 pair. $200. Barney, 248-762-0350, 48215 West Road, Wixom, MI 48393.

PUROLATOR Canister-style Oil Filters, now available. New CNC-machined from aluminum billet stock with serviceable spin-on filter inside, readily available at any parts store. R&A Engineering, Inc., 8720 Sharon Hollow Road, Manchester, MI 48158-8661. Phone 734-428-1808; Fax 734-428-1807.,

QUALITY WOODGRAINING AT AFFORDABLE PRICES. Trained by Grain-It-Technologies. The following 10-step process is applied to all parts that are to be woodgrained: 1) Media-blast part to bare metal. 2) Apply a zinc-rich powder coat primer – the powder adheres to all areas of the part even where paint guns can’t reach. 3) Bake parts to cure powder coating. 4) Sand parts to prepare for base coat application. 5) Apply the base coat in the appropriate color for your vehicle – we have a database of correct colors for all vehicles. 6) Apply correct woodgrain for your vehicle per original factory specifications – we have a database for that as well. 7) Apply a high-gloss powder coat clear. 8) Bake parts to cure powder coating. 9) Wet sand clear coat. 10) Buff to a high, show-finish gloss using a 3-stage compound system. Under Cover Upholstery & Paint, Inc. 618-304-0907,

RARE FIND of new old stock headlight and spotlight bulbs for 1920 through 1939 Classics. Most are matchless made under General Electric patents unless otherwise noted. Most are in boxes of ten or noted otherwise. #1116 32-21 CP box of ten $30, #1000 32-33 CP box of ten $40, #2330 32-32 CP Prefocus box of eight $24, #1188 50-32 CP Prefocus box of ten $50, #2331 (1936-1939 Chrysler and Cord) box of ten $30, G.E. #1321 32CP Prefocus (fit spotlamps and auxiliary headlamps) box of six $30, GE #1184 50 CP for headlamp/spotlamp box of five $15, Westinghouse Mazda $1142 12-volt DC base with earlier style ribbed S-11 bulb fits Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost 1921-1924 and possibly other 12-volt early Classics box of eight $40. Shipping and packing are extra. Bill Scorah, P.O. Box 30281, Uptown Station, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87190-0281, phone: 505-856-7488 (office) or 505-410-1853 (cell). E-mail:

RESTORATION SERVICE: Aries Limited, since 1983, complete or partial restoration of Pre-War Classic and antique automobiles including wood replacement or repair, engine, mechanical, metal finishing and shaping, upholstery, tops and painting. Contact Joe Davis (, 650-948-6424. Member CCCA, Located near San Francisco, CA.

Columbia Classic Cars in central Maine offers complete or partial restoration of antique, Classic and collector automobiles including engines and chassis rebuilding, body restoration and painting services, chrome plating and stainless polishing, upholstery. Contact Michael J. Fiori 207-377-2076. Member CCCA, email, website:


RESTORATIONS. Pollock Auto Restoration continues to offer complete or partial restoration for your vintage or Classic vehicle. We offer the following services: paint, body restoration, metal repair and finishing, mechanical, upholstery, wood-graining. GO TO OUR WEBSITE at CONTACT US:, 610-323-7108. CCCA member located between New York City and Philadelphia.

ROLLS-ROYCE, Phantom II Head and Blocks. Complete Phantom II head and cylinder blocks including new springs and water jacket covers. Beautifully restored-like new! $10,000.00 plus shipping. Contact Steve Nannini in Arizona at 520-297-1178 or

ROLLS-ROYCE MANUALS. All years and models available. Alex Voss, Tel. 206-721-3077,

RUNNING BOARD MATS in the correct one-piece molded patterns for: 1931-36 Auburns, 1933-35 Buicks, 1932-33 Nash, 1932-39 Lincoln, 1931-32 Olds, 1927-39 Packard senior models. Northfield Ltd., P.O. Box 88, Northfield, OH 44067. 440-786-8141, e-mail: Web:

TIRES, four 6:50 x 17 Dunlop Fort black sidewall tires. Two are in good condition with good tread. Two are old and not suitable for street use but can be used during restoration or storage. $250 plus freight. 707-569-9984, CA, or email:

TIRES FOR SALE: Four 7.00 x 17 Super Hwy blackwalls, (three nearly new) $300.00. Six 7.00 x 21” Lester whitewalls. Exc. Tread, $1000.00. Paul TerHorst in NE IL. Ph/fax-847-949-1030 or (cell) 847-558-9732. E-mail:

TRIMMER. Over 20 years experience in the restoration of all Classic Car interiors and tops. Attention to detail, the use of proper techniques and correct materials ensures quality and authenticity. Seats and springs rebuilt, padded and upholstered. Headliners fitted. Interior panels cut and stitched properly. Carpets fitted and bound. Hand-made tops, boots, side curtains and covers. I make wire-on windlace, bindings, welts, robe cords, assist straps, visors, armrests and most other soft trim accessories. All work is done in my shop and fitted to your car. Prompt and dependable service. Mark Larder Upholstery, 326 West Main Street, Homer, MI 49245, 517-568-4534.

TRUNK. Beals & Selkirk trunk. Correct trunk for Classic Lincolns 1931-1939. Very good original condition. Located northeast Ohio. 330-904-6289 or

UPHOLSTERY MATERIAL. The largest selection of the finest all wool West of England broadcloth and Bedford cloth, the original material used in most Classics. Most of the original colors still available. We also carry fine all-wool mohair. Send swatch of color you are looking for or call 1-800-828-2061 or write for free samples. Bill Hirsch,

VINTAGE TIRES. Most sizes and brands. Personalized service from fellow CCCA member, Wallace W. Wade, P.O. Box 560906, Dallas, TX 75356 or 530 Regal Row, 75247. 214-688-0091. 800-666-8973. Fax: 214-634-8465. Home: 972-661-3366. E-mail Our 34th in business and 58th year selling tires.

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ABSOLUTELY TOP DOLLAR for your sales brochures, books, magazines, programs, art, memorabilia and other automotive literature on Classic Cars, plus racing, sports and antique cars. Robert McLellan, 9111 Longstaff Drive, Houston, TX 77031-2711. Ph: 713-772-3285; Fax: 713-772-3287; E-mail:

Book Collections. Send details to or mail to P.O. Box 1617, Hudson, WI 54016.


CHRYSLER PARTS WANTED. Wanted for 1947/48 Chrysler Town & Country convertible: flip-up rear seat windshields, attached to back of front seats. Lyle Hansen, 602-400-0405.


LINCOLN, 1936, K SWB 2-Window, 4-door parts wanted: bumper and guards, hubcaps, door glass retainers, one outside door handle, trunk rack long arms, two wheels, door and rear seat armrests, door and rear window wood frames. John Kepich, 465 Liberty Church Road, Mocksville, NC 27028, Ph: 1-800-365-5764, e-mail:

MoToR show annuals, 1927 and earlier, David Schultz, 330-904-6289 or


PACKARD BOOK. I would like to find a copy of the book “The Magnificent Packard Twelve of Nineteen Thirty-Four” by Robert Neal. William Browning, 2117 Cornstalk Avenue, Ashville, OH 43103, wbrowning$

Is your automobile literature collection for sale now… or at some future date? If you have collected for years with care and discrimination why not be equally discreet in disposing of your most cherished items? Walter Miller has over 30 years of experience in selling rare and desirable material to a worldwide clientele. My reputation and integrity are your guarantee that you or your estate will realize maximum return on your investment. If you are ready to sell, get in touch with me now. I will arrange a confidential meeting at a time and place of your choosing. If you are not yet ready, why not let your wishes be known to your loved ones? Better yet, clip this ad and file with your important papers. Walter Miller, 67810 Brooklawn Pkwy, Syracuse, NY 13211. Ph: 315-432-8282, Fax: 315-432-8256, e-mail:


WANTED: Lincoln sales brochures produced circa 1929/1930. “Story of the Lincoln Body” and “Lincoln Inspires Loyalty”. David Schultz, 330-904-6289 or


WANTED: Tools, need any and all tools for 1931 Chrysler Imperial CG. Al Kroemer, office phone: 214-978-4167; fax: 214-978-4150,


Will buy interesting radiator shells and headlights for display purposes. Also looking for 1936 DeSoto Airstream hood ornament. Call Joseph Cantore, 630-832-8600.


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