9/10/2018 I have a 1926 DB coupe (12 volt sys) that I'm interested in selling. I towed it back from my uncle's farm in North Dakota some years ago with intentions of restoring it, but I've since lost interest in doing so. It's disassembled to some extent, body off the frame, rear end and engine out etc. Pretty much all there and very minimal rust as my uncle had painted it with a brush back in the early 60's. The engine block was completely rebuilt and cast pistons were replaced with aluminum. Babbitt bearings, crank and rods, valves etc redone by Jack Bunton of Ram Engine here in Spokane. Cost of the rebuild alone was in excess of $2,100 in the 90's. Block has been wrapped in blankets and plastic since rebuild. Included was a new gasket set. It has not been run. I had built a new battery box and running boards, inner brake material is new. Spring bolts and bushings are new as well as rear leaf springs with eyelets. I have all five disc type wheels but decent lock rings would have to be found and four NOS (or reproduction?) DB hub caps as well as four or five usable tires. It is not presently a rolling chassis. Clear title as well
Pictures upon request. Asking $7,000 OBO for all.
Greg Peterson Cell: 509-993-1942 (email@example.com)
8/8/2018 I would like to sell the 22' closed car hauler I've been using for the past 16 yrs. This is a heavy duty trailer with 5000 lb axles and load range D tires. Net cargo weight up to 6450 lbs. It has a rear ramp door, a double access door on the left side and a single entry door on the right front. The interior is paneled and insulated with DC courtesy lights down each side at floor level and overhead lighting as well. It has a single 120vac outlet in the front. Overhead and entry clearance 76". It has been garaged since I acquired it in 2002 and I'm not aware of any leaks. I would like $4500 for it.
6/15/2018 I am a member of the NW Dodge club, but have not been to a meet, still working on getting my car done and ready to tour. I am looking for a fender for my 1918 Dodge roadster. The part number is the same for 1918, 1919, 1920 and early 1921 so any would work. Thanks for posting on swap meet. JIM firstname.lastname@example.org