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 for details and more pictures. Asking $6300, negotiable. Car is located in western Pennsylvania.

Leonard Keifer

2004 BMW 325i. Very good condition Garage kept, automatic, 97,000 miles $4,500. Call Jerry 240 606 6308

“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


$10,775.00 1963 Studebaker Lark 8 Regal 4 door 27000 Original Mileage

259 V8 2BBL auto, dual exhaust, electric fuel pump

upgraded alternator, new water pump, rebuilt carb

new wheels & radial tires, shocks, rear leaf springs

odometer reads 27k, believed original
Original Interior w/ aftermarket seat belts

Original wheels & tires included (with spare)
AZ car

owners & shop manual, other literature

fresh tune-up, ready to cruise!


Owner's Manual

Accessories Catalog

Shop manual for 1959-63

A.E.A Tune-up System, Standards of Adjustment page

Original paint chip choice page

Girl Meets Lark booklet (marketed to women at the time)

Dec 1963 Newspaper featuring Studebaker

Various awards, including Best Original Unrestored from 2007

Contact Chuck McDonald at or call 301-213-7129

1960 Studebaker 2 door Lark Hardtop on a C4 1995 Corvette chassis & drive train, consider it a resto-mod. I've included a few pictures you can send out to anyone who shows interest as well as giving them our number up here – Ed Trewella 717-334-1640. Asking $42,000 but will consider other "serious" offers. 

A Very clean and well taken care of, 2011 Dodge Charger RT Max in excellent condition.  Oil changed in July 2019, DE inspection good thru 12/15/2019.  Clear Title & most all of the receipts for anything done to the car.  Contact Jane @ 302-539-4743   Located in DAGSBORO, DE 19939  Asking $16,000.

**Below specs are as accurate as can be since I do not have ready access to vehicle.  Bill Goodwin

Year: 2011
Trim:4dr Sdn RT Max RWD
Mileage: 35,000 +-
Trans:Automatic 5 speed
Color:Black with custom blue accents
Vehicle Type:4 dr Sedan
Drive Train:RWD
Engine:8 Cylinder 5.7 Engine
Autostick automatic transmission w/manual shift mode

Rear wheel drive

180-amp alternator

Performance suspension

4-wheel anti-lock performance disc brakes
Custom Paint - hood, doors and fenders by Sussex County Customs Custom Hood by BMC (have original hood)
Custom Wheels by American Racing
Custom Exhaust by Corsa
Custom Grill and Grill surround (Black Chrome) by MOPAR
Custom Caliper Covers by MPG
LED blue headlight surround by Plasma Glow
Custom painted engine cover by Sussex County Customs
Blue Billet pieces by Billet Technology (Engine Compartment) Cold Air Intake by MOPAR
Strut Tower Brace by Petty's Garage
T handle shifter by MOPAR
Chrome door sill guards by MOPAR
Polished Stainless Steel interior trim by American Car Craft 
Stainless Steel pedal covers:  accelerator, brake and parking brake Custom Mill Finish Aluminum Door and Hood Props with HEMI 
cutout by 3G Custom Z
Blue Billet Hood Prop Covers by Billet Technology 

Compact spare tire

Body-color mirrors

Integrated rear window antenna

UConnect hands-free communication w/Bluetooth

Heated front seats

60/40 rear folding seat

Rear armrest w/cupholder

Full-length floor console

Center console 12V pwr outlet

Floor carpeting

Front & rear floor mats

Leather-wrapped steering wheel

Steering wheel audio controls

Instrument cluster w/tachometer

8.4" touch screen display

160-MPH speedometer

Compass gauge

Outside temp display

Pwr windows w/1-touch up & down feature

Remote start system

Universal garage door opener

Pwr trunk lid release

Dual zone auto temp control air conditioning

Humidity sensor

Rear window defroster

Cell phone storage

Illuminated front cupholders

Heated & cooled front console cupholder

Front & rear LED map pockets

Auto-dimming rearview mirror w/microphone

Dual visors w/illuminated vanity mirrors

Trunk lamp

Leather-wrapped shift knob

Brake/park interlock

Daytime running lamps

Front advanced multi-stage airbags -inc: passenger airbag cutoff

Supplemental front & rear side curtain airbags

Supplemental front & rear side airbags

Forward collision warning

Front height adjustable shoulder belts

Rear center 3-point seat belt

Child seat upper tether anchors

Rear door child protection locks

Tire pressure monitor display

Emergency trunk lid release

1973 Dodge Challenger This is a beautiful tribute RT car which anyone can be proud to drive. I am the second owner of this car. It has 90K miles on what I believe is the original 318 ci engine and automatic transmission. I do not know the history of the car but since it runs so well, it may be that the engine has had some work done to it and was well maintained and treated well over the years. It also has power steering, power brakes and factory AC. The AC is not currently working. The heater works fine. The car was originally a Texas car which was brought back to Maryland for a restoration. I had planned to upgrade the engine with a larger engine but after a major tune-up and a new distributor the car ran so well, I never did the swap.
The engine runs great and can be driven anywhere. The transmission shifts fine, but the front transmission seal leaks. The restoration was done in 2007 and has been driven about 4K miles since completed and always stored in a garage. I also have Dodge service manuals for this car.
This car has not been modified or altered. It is a stock original car, except for the exhaust system. The car was repainted, and all work done to it in the last eight years. Summary of new parts and work done since 2007. News front disc and rear drum brakes and new shocks front and rear. 4 new tires. New power steering pump and steering hoses. New custom duel exhaust pipes and mufflers New front seat covers, carpets and headliner Aftermarket radio (AM/FM/CD) make ???? and speaker (have original radio) New Goodmark rally hood New dash pad cover (not the correct cover)
All new rubber throughout car. Conversion to R134 AC, new seals and dryer (still doesn’t work) Needs: The amp gauge does not work (needle fell off the stem) 
Several small rust bubble areas in lower door and quarter panel. Had not gotten through the paint, yet. The car was professionally painted but the underlying bodywork was not as straight as it could have been. Looking down the side of the car, you can see some wavy sections. AC needs Freon and/or other AC work. Email Larry at if interested 

I found a vendor who is reasonably priced. This is good quality cap and total cost with shipping was under $25.00, it is embossed here is the link