In '84, the base engine in the Eldorado was the 135-horse 4.1 liter V8, which was good enough to haul the car's 3,748 pounds. This car is, for the most part, clean and solid. Garage kept. It has a vintage car blue book of around $12k. My bank looked it up in whatever vintage car book they have. It has had new breaks, tune up (plugs, wires etc.), oil change. Leather is in good shape. The carpet inside is immaculate! What a nice car! The the hydrolic hood props need replaced or repaired (if that's possible to repair them). They can be replaced for minimal cost. The dash has a crack and the plastic in between the bumper and the car is cracking and falling off. That stuff can, however, be replaced. They are cheaper on ebay than anywhere else. I think $165 for the fronts and $65 for the rears. That is a great deal as they're usually $400 for all. The driver seat shows a little wear but the rest look pretty much brand new. The power locks aren't working but the doors lock. The windows go up and down. The power seats work. Spare tire included and the plush carpet cover in the trunk that goes over the spare is in tact. The plush carpet is absolutely beautiful! I'm trying my best to ensure that I point out and show pics of every little flaw. The car has a valid West Virginia inspection sticker on it, good tires, good breaks (just had a brake job and some brake lines replaced), tune up (all plugs and wires etc), complete detail (including buff and wax), and it was looked over at St. Clair Auto Read more
In '84, the base engine in the Eldorado was the 135-horse 4.1 liter V8, which was good enough to haul the car's 3,748 pounds. This car is clean and solid. Garage kept. It has a vintage car blue book of around $12k. My bank looked it up in whatever vintage car book they have. It has had new breaks, tune up (plugs, wires etc.), oil change. Leather is in good shape. The dash has a crack and the plastic filler pieces in between the bumper and the car is cracking and falling off. That stuff can, however, be replaced. I can get after market pieces. We just decided to move it as is. Overall the car is in nice shape with just a few minor cosmetic things going on. Other than that it's solid and starts and runs every time. Runs, drives, and shifts great! The owner's manual, cassette etc are in the glove box. The The odometer says 22k but I am guessing it's 122k but not 100% on that...
Beautiful, vintage Harmony "Airline" tenor acoustic guitar. Near-perfect condition (except for normal pick scratching/wear) Plays perfectly, with no major issues whatsoever. Nice action with no buzzing. Excellent condition.
These Tenors of this age are almost impossible to research as there are almost none of them anywhere on the web. Very rare H7047. I found a 1963 4101 which looks identical to this one. It sold for $379 on an auction site. This one is 9 years older and in unbelievable contidion for 60 year old guitar. Comes with the original chip board case. I'm including a print out of the different tunings that this can be tuned to play various styles. There is a banjo tuning, mandolin, uke, tenor, open G etc. This is a neat little guitar and should be charished and kept in a controlled environment, or with a humifier in the sound whole if stored. We keep our guitar room around 58%. There are brand new medium guage strings on it. There are other options for strings as well though I would not suggest using bass strings as the neck is not that heavy. This is a beautiful sounding instrument and it really does play nice. Our guitar Dr. at Acoustech said he did not have to make any repairs. No cracks, gouges etc. Very very clean for a 60 year old instrument and a quality instrument as well. Airline is a line of Harmony guitars.
Early 1970's Fibes Crystalite 5.5X14 snare drum. SFT strainer not Included. These drums look super cool with colored lights shining through them. Drum is in great working condition with new Evans Level 360 hydraulic batter head on top and an Evans 360 snare head. These are great quality snare and batter heads. There is light pitting, heavier pitting and rust spots here and there. Besides a few scratches and scuffs on the shell it's a nice looking drum. A few very minor scratches. No cracks. This drum is very presentable....Difficult to find a nicer one of its age. Drum sounds great! Just needs strainer. Throw works great. I used this one for many years and it never let me down. I'm unable to find the correct strainer but I figured I could sell it to someone who does know where to get them. I'm sure it could be modified. String through both holes and screws through the plastic straps on the throw side may work. I know there are experts who specialize in these rare drums who would love to grab this up. Also missing 3 of the 4 screws that hold the strainer on. Sold "As Is".
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Vintage 1965 Epiphone FT-30 Caballero Gibson LG-0 Mahogany USA Kalamazoo
This USA made Epiphone is in nice shape for the year. It was made at the Kalamazoo Michigan plant when Gibson and Epiphone were made in the same plant. The serial number appears to be 345795 but it's difficult to read on the back of the head stock and on sticker in the sound hole. I am almost positive it is the exact serial. The first four are right for sure. This guitar is worth some money and is a nice addition to any vintage guitar collection. Feel free to ask any questions prior to bidding/buying this item. We normally sell new or B-stock guitars, some used but most are trade ins. This is a trade in and we are very pleased to offer it for bid. Comes with a case but not the original case. The case is thrown in mainly to protect it during shipping and because most vintage guitars come with the case. The case this was in looks to be a 70s case and it is most likely for the Yamaha 12 string I'm selling.
Very nice!!! It plays beautifully! This 50 year old guitar is absolutely beautiful!!! It has had a few cracks that were repaired properly on the top and back and a crack on the back that appears to have not been fixed. Nothing I'd worry about. I'd put a humidifier in the sound hole, as I've already done, when not playing it and forget about it. I could only tell by feeling Read more