Can you post these on your site. I have 4. They are in good shape. Contact Lee Frazier. 301-589-8564. Thank You.


1969 -396 SS Chevelle. 

Automatic

Aqua color 

Appraised between $42,000 - 43,000. 

Asking $40,000.  

kathleendavis1969@yahoo.com

410-352-3904

Bishopville, MD


$3,200.00 1976 Volvo 242. 4 speed manual transmission. Rare body style. Burgundy paint. 144K miles. Alloy wheels. Good body, paint and interior. Currently has historic tags. Was daily driver until about five years ago. Not driven in winter. Very drivable, but has a valve tap and low compression in #2 cylinder. Rally gauge set with original instrument cluster included. Needs tires. Small dent in roof near back window. One split in the dash. Four extra steel wheels included plus some other extra parts. Service history, car cover and shop manual included. Contact Milford Sprecher Via email milford.sprecher@gmail.com

Jim Luehrs - I have a complete Dana 4.10 rear for a 1955 Ford Thunderbird for sale.  Also have stock distributor tach and 12 volt generator for sale as well as finder skirts.  Call or text 703-929-4670 


I have the following matched pairs of original MD license plates for sale, $35/pair.  All in good original condition: 1956, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1962, 1964, 1968 - 2 pair Firemen's Association (FD), 1 pair regular; 1970 FD, 1975 (1971 w/ 75 sticker).  I have some older ones and some singles.  Milford H. Sprecher  301-830-2198


For sale: 1949 Crosley station wagon. runs and drives well, needs some electrical work. Many new parts (see list), original exterior paint, original cast iron engine; 6 volt electrical system. Licensed in Maryland. Approximately 44,700 miles.


New parts: Motor/transmission mounts; Inner tubes; Speedometer cable; Seats reupholstered; Clutch; Pressure plate; Throwout bearing; Pilot Bearing; Water pump; Tires; Radiator core; Carburetor rebuilt; Battery; Light switch

301-330-3388 or oakenstaff@yahoo.com for details and more pictures. Asking $6300, negotiable. Car is located in western Pennsylvania.

Leonard Keifer

“As the Man Who Owns One” That was Packard’s slogan and the car was considered the “American Rolls Royce” I can personally testify to the slogan! The Pre-War Packard’s are definitely Pure Quality. Why is I saying this? One of our members is selling his 1939 Packard at a “Giveaway Price of $15,000.00” This is the “Junior” series and has a very reliable six-cylinder engine with an overdrive transmission. John Ward is moving, and he wants a good home for his Packard.

1939 Packard Six Cylinder. Good body and fair paint, interior has been redone in original material, Over Drive Transmission with three on the tree. 46,000 miles showing unknown if this is actual. 

Car came from Kansas, family owner for many years. Always garage kept as far as known.

We are downsizing in preparation to move south, Call to set up a test drive 301-661-2637 in Frederick, Maryland

$15,000.00