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Old 11-30-2009, 02:59 PM
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I just got back from a friends garage, he has a pile of boxes filled with oem parts and manuals for 30's thru 60's gm vehicles. he's retired and wants to git rid of it all. I wouldn't know where to start.on the other side was a pile that turned out to be a 1924 willie's knight all apart. he has one he drives.he also has a 23 chevy and a 35 ford coupe that he drives.the barn has 48 chevy front fenders and many other parts. I want to go back with my camera.I wish I had the money I would buy it all.he just bought a brand new harley trike,they really improved on them. another guy I know has garages full of 50's thru 70's stuff he said I could go 50/50 if I sell the stuff for him.if you got the time to look around you will be suprised at what is near by.

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Old 11-30-2009, 07:11 PM
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Hi,in 1966 my brother found a brass Ford T, (he didnt know T s) in the cellar of an old farm house,just outside of Saint Marys PA,we went back in 1967,the house had fell down (BADLY)i could see part of the car,but there was no way to get it out. i almost cried./what a waste !!!!
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Old 11-30-2009, 11:28 PM
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I just got back from a friends garage, he has a pile of boxes filled with oem parts and manuals for 30's thru 60's gm vehicles. he's retired and wants to git rid of it all. I wouldn't know where to start.on the other side was a pile that turned out to be a 1924 willie's knight all apart. he has one he drives.he also has a 23 chevy and a 35 ford coupe that he drives.the barn has 48 chevy front fenders and many other parts. I want to go back with my camera.I wish I had the money I would buy it all.he just bought a brand new harley trike,they really improved on them. another guy I know has garages full of 50's thru 70's stuff he said I could go 50/50 if I sell the stuff for him.if you got the time to look around you will be suprised at what is near by.
I sell stuff on ebay, he could have TENS OF THOUSANDS of dollars in that garage. It is VERY possible he has TENS OF THOUSANDS of dollars of stuff.

Just something to think about.

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www.craigslist.org

i sell alot of parts locally through there and its free

theres an auto parts section even

anything particualr to 67-72 GM trucks i might be interested in.

trim pieces, papers, manuals, dash parts, switches, engine alt and p/s brackets, clutch linkage parts, clusters, bezels, lights, grille stuff, and more..

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www.craigslist.org

i sell alot of parts locally through there and its free

theres an auto parts section even

anything particualr to 67-72 GM trucks i might be interested in.

trim pieces, papers, manuals, dash parts, switches, engine alt and p/s brackets, clutch linkage parts, clusters, bezels, lights, grille stuff, and more..
I am sure Larry would have a lot of that kind of stuff in his dad's garages.he said he would take 50% of what ever someone wants to sell the stuff for.
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You should take some pics it would be fun trying to identify what they are.Might be some rare stuff in there,worth a fortune.
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