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  1. 55-56 NASH and HUDSON tow hitch - New-in-box

    Martin Wells "TOW WELL" bumper hitch. Comes with installation kit. NEW, complete, with instructions, in boxes.


    Just like its long-running predecessor, the Model T, Ford’s robust and reliable Model A was a highly adaptable, basic design that proved to be an excellent platform on which to construct utilitarian but very handsome wood-bodied station wagons and “depot hacks.” Ford did not yet manufacture its own wooden bodies for the Model A, and consequently, all wagons came from a number of outside suppliers. One alternative was the commercial “huckster” body with a large cargo area at the rear. The “huckster” ...

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  2. 1955 Woodill Wildfire Fiberglass Sports Car

    Condition: Used Drivetrain: RWD Vehicle title: Clear DESCRIPTION: Arguably the first production fiberglass bodied sports car, the Wildfire was produced by B. R. "Woody" Woodill, a California Willys dealer. Woodill wanted a sports car, and after deciding a Jaguar sports car was too expensive, he conceived a plan to produce a sports car based on American components. His first car, the Wildfire Series 1 in 1952, was based on a Willys 6 cylinder engine, suspension, and drive train. He commissiioned a ...

  3. 1935 Hudson Terraplane- #2-NDY

    Stock #2-NDY Engine: Inline 6 Transmission: 3-Spd Manual Mileage: 77037 (actual) Body Style: Coupe Exterior Color: Black Interior Color: Beige Anti-Lock Brakes Bias Ply Tires Cloth Interior Hub Caps White Walls Numbers are Matching For sale in our Indianapolis showroom is a beautiful 1935 Hudson Terraplane Deluxe Brougham. This is an exquisite car and they are becoming harder and harder to find, especially in this condition. This Hudson does have the original Power Dome 6 cylinder engine and the 3 ...

  4. 1990 FREIGHTLINER FLD-120

    I recently retired and am selling my 1990 Freightliner, double-bunk, 400 Big Cam Mechanical Cummins with NO COMPUTER JUNK to screw up and cost big bucks to fix. Was leased to Landstar since new, they require an annual DOT inspection every 4 months, so the tractor has always been in good condition. Gets 7 mpg with empty van trailer up to 10,000 pounds in the box, 5.5 mpg with 80,000 pounds gross. Many new maintenance items, ready to haul freight, does need batteries from sitting, has one with a bad ...