- Just to Look At
- Jelly Purses
- Wholesale Jelly Purses
- Repurposed Wood
- Wholesale Restaurant Smallwares
Bought the truck for $3700
from Hardin Olds, had the
bed put on by McGuire
Chevrolet for $ 900
|Paint and Body||
As Is, New Paint
|Tires and Shocks||
As Is, New Tires,Shocks
Without Stakes, Aluminum Stakes
1974 Honda CB 550, Original Owner, Low Miles, Show Ready
1977 Mercury Cougar XR7, Very Low MileageRead more
A little over 56,000 miles. This is
my daily driver. Leather seats,
new vinyl top, original carpet.
Only a couple of small things to
do : Repaint the trunk emblem,
replace knobs on window cranks,
change one beauty ring on one
wheel, need 2 inner hub caps that
that came off on freeway, and
lastly change out engine hood
pad. Though not really needed,
the paint, due to having a semi-
metallic type of paint, has
faded a little and I will
probably repaint and pin
stripe the entire car. After that
we are ready for the car shows
1981 GMC Sierra Classic with Dump Body, Original Owner, Low Miles
1986 Honda Gyro S, Original Owner, Very Low Miles, Show Ready$2,950.00Add to cart
Honda Gyro S, original owner, 131 original miles. Completely gone thru. New battery, cleaned carb, cleaned exhaust. Starts and runs great. 49 cc, does about 28-30 mph, 75-80 mpg. 2 speed automatic transmission. Would be a fantastic birthday present for someone. Just had the entire bike gone through by certified Honda mechanic. All fluids changed out. No corrosion anywhere. Original pink slip, California plate, Norm Reeves frame. Whoever gets this bike will not be disappointed. Starts up easily, shifts thru both speeds nicely. I have ridden it 2-3 miles since the rebuild. Has not been on any highway since 1992. Bike is viewable at my new Las Vegas address. Email for appointment.
1974 Honda 550 CB, Original Owner, Low Miles, Show Ready$5,750.00
1966 GMC Stepside PickupRead more
I went to work one day, as an
almost 17 year old, and saw
this red pick up in the lot. I found
out it belonged to the shop
foreman and that is was for sale.
Why not ? I said to myself.
So I sold the 1958 Bel Air and
bought this 1966 GMC Fire
Engine Red Stepside Pickup.
I had so much wax on it the
cloth would slide off the
hood. Put new lumber in the bed,
chrome stove bolts and runners
(later covered it up with black
vinyl so I would not scratch it).
No radio, A/C, or actually
anything in it other than a
heater, windshield wipers, and a
lighter socket (no lighter).
Bought some cheap slide-on
headrests to classy it up a little,
And ‘Moon” hub caps.