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SOLD! (as of 3/22/2021)... 1Mii B06 Plus Bluetooth Receiver, HIFI Wireless Audio Adapter, Bluetooth 5.0 Receiver with 3D Surround aptX Low Latency for Home Music Streaming Stereo System,” used a couple of years, excellent condition. Lets you play Bluetooth material thru your old school non-Bluetooth stereo receiver. This unit is $27.99 currently from Amazon (where I got it—here’s the current listing: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B078J3GTRK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ), w/o shipping. I will sell for $17 total, including postage to you. Here’s a picture of everything that’s included, including instruction manual: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/1MiiB06PlusBluetoothReceiver-HIFIWirelessAudioAdapter-AllPieces.jpg ... Contact me: CommonGear@aol.com ... (this notice posted by the SAAC editor, 15 Febuary 2021)

1965 Chevy Bel Air for sale in Clinton... Quoting from the text that our friend Joe M. sent along from his friend who is selling the car (and Joe told us that the car was located in Clinton, CT): "...It's a 1965 Chevy Bellaire engine runs but needs to be tuned up. I want 5,000 for it. My name is Doug my # is 860 227 4371..." Here is a link to a screen shot of listing we put on the SAAC's Facebook page a few days ago: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/JoesFriends65ChevyBelAirForSaleOnSAACFBPageAsOf30Jan2020.JPG ... And here are links to copies of the actual pictures: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/JoesFriends65ChevyBelAirForSaleA.JPG ... http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/JoesFriends65ChevyBelAirForSaleB.JPG ... http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/JoesFriends65ChevyBelAirForSaleC.JPG ... http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/JoesFriends65ChevyBelAirForSaleD.JPG ... http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/JoesFriends65ChevyBelAirForSaleE.JPG ... (this notice was created based upon information received from a friend of the seller, via correspondence dated 1/29/2020; it was posted here as of 2/2/2020)

“…Connecticut Author/Classic Car Owner Has New Book, "Great Grilles of the '50s"… (Quoting from the author’s e-mail of 9/20/2029, which had the above subject line): “…Hi, I am a classic car owner and author who lives in Trumbull, CT. My latest coffee table book, "Great Grilles of the '50s," just listed on Amazon and I am writing to see if you might consider posting a brief feature on its release on the SAAC website.  The book features several cars from Connecticut and tells the backstories behind some of the most memorable and iconic automotive designs to come out of Detroit. Below is background on the book, myself and my co-author. I've also attached a promotional flyer from my publisher… Thank you in advance for your consideration… Regards, Mark Misercola… ‘…Great Grilles is a true blast from the past; a deep dive into the backstories behind some of the most iconic front grilles from Detroit’s golden era of automotive design including the 1957 Thunderbird, the 1953 Olds Fiesta and the 1959 Pontiac Bonneville, among others. We even have a chapter on Dagmar bumpers (which really weren’t named after Dagmar)… The book is an outgrowth of our interest in cars from that era. I own three Oldsmobiles, and my co-author, Hank Kaczmarek owns and restores Corvairs… I can send you a digital review copy if you want to see the book in advance. The URLs below will take you to the book listing on MT Publishing's website and on Amazon. If you have any questions or wish to discuss the book, I can be reached at 917-494-8027, or at this email address (misercola@yahoo.com)… Thank you in advance for your consideration… Regards, Mark Misercola…’… AMAZON: https://www.amazon.com/Great-Grills-50s-Mark-Misercola/dp/1949478254/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?keywords=%22great+grills+on+the+%2750s%2C+misercola%22&qid=1568901434&s=gateway&sr=8-1-fkmr0 … MT Publishing: https://mtpublishing.com/index.php/default/great-grilles-of-the-50s.html ...”... (this notice was from an e-mail received from the author, dated 9/20/2019)

1990 Nissan 300ZX... The following came from a flyer attached to an e-mail we received, dated 7/7/2019 from a friend of ours: ”… 1990 Nissan 300ZX... Hatchback, 2-door, T-roof... 3.0L V6 DOHC 24V... 5-speed manual... 158K miles... Good  condition... $7,500... Call Laurie at 203-500-0352...” As noted, the above words were transcribed directly from the flyer--and here's a screen shot of the flyer, that was attached, in PDF format, to the e-mail: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/90Nissan300ZXForSaleFlyer.jpg ... (this notice was created based upon information received from the seller, via correspondence dated 7/8/2019)

SOLD! (as of late January 2019)... FREE TO GOOD HOME AND WILL DELIVER LOCALLY: "Four Toyo ‘Extensa-A/S’ blackwall all-season tires, size 225/60R16, from my 2005 Subaru Outback. I do not know how old or how many miles on these tires, but they look very fresh, and have a ton of tread. They were on the car when I bought it at the end of October 2018, and I have driven approximately 3,000 miles on them, before taking them off of the car near the end of December 2018 (when my alternate set of black steelies and tires were ready to go on)… Please note that I have noticed a screw head stuck in one of the tires, but it has NOT leaked any air. I still have to get them removed from the original Subaru alloy wheels (the wheels are NOT part of these deal, JUST the tires), but here are PICTURES:http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/ToyosFromTheSubyOutbackA.jpg ... http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/ToyosFromTheSubyOutbackB.jpghttp://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/ToyosFromTheSubyOutbackC-ApparentScrew.jpg … If you feel you can use them, I will deliver the tires to your location in the local area, next chance I get... Contact: commongear@aol.com …" (this notice was placed by the SAAC webmaster early January 2019)

SOLD! (as of early December 2018)... 2001 Subaru Forester "S", purchased used in the Fall of 2013 with ~165k miles; currently at ~240k miles. Has check engine light illuminated, dragging right front brake caliper, but otherwise starts & runs & drives fine. But, it's time for me to move on… There’s a lot of life left in this car for the right person... Here are recent and/or major repairs, with receipts for all: $1450 on 9/25/2018, new muffler, rear brakes (shoes, rotors, calipers), mileage = 239,082… $424 on 5/31/2018, new radiator, mileage = 234,635… $387.93 on 2/24/2018, new alternator, mileage = 231,054… $212.64 on 2/22/2018, new battery… $2180 on 1/6/2017, head gaskets, fuel filler neck etc., mileage ~ 216k… $755.76 on 5/3/2016, new front struts, alignment, etc., mileage = 207,145… $873 on 4/1/2016, front brakes (hubs, rotors, calipers), mileage = 205,775… $899 on 2/1/2016, timing belt, etc., mileage = 202,791… $189.21 on 11/2015, exhaust leak work, mileage = 199,650… $3,198.53 on 4/15/2014, new transmission, mileage = 168,629… $263.90 on 11/16/2013, class 2 receiver trailer hitch… Will let it go very reasonably, let me know if any interest; car is located in Branford, CT. Here’s a current picture: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/2001SubieForesterSForSale-October2018-BranfordCT.jpg … Asking  Price: $1000 or best offer, as-is BESTOFFER… Thanks for your interest... Contact: CommonGear@aol.com … UPDATE: I just tried fitting my 15" black steelies that I used to use on my Forester, onto my new replacement vehicle (an '05 Outback), and it turns out they will not clear the front brake calipers on the Outback, so they are getting thrown in with this deal also; they were generic replacement 15x6 steelies that I had custom gloss black powdercoated by Shoreline Coatings in North Branford; sorry the wheels are dusty in this shot, but this is them: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/SubaruForester15InchBlackSteelies.jpg ... *11/7/2018 UPDATE - This little Subie's still available! I also just threw in two sets of 5x100, 1" spacers (one set with hub-centric rings, one set without) that will fit this car. MAKE ME AN OFFER--IT'S TIME FOR THIS CAR TO GO...  (this notice was placed by the SAAC editor on 23 October 2018; updated 11/7/2018; updated again 11/12/2018--asking price is now "best offer"...)

2000 Range Rover... The following came from the e-mail we received, dated 1/30/2017 from Klingberg Family Centers (info@klingberg.org), with the subject line “Range Rover For Sale”…”… We're selling a 2000 Range Rover 4.0 SE… This vehicle was donated to our Auto Restoration Program and is being sold to benefit the program. The vehicle starts and runs, has a new alternator and radiator. Body is decent; needs battery and brakes. Engine has skip, wires or coils. Mileage 196K; clean Massachusetts title. Asking $1,600… If you are interested, call John Jarush: 860-832-5723…” (this notice was created based upon information received from the seller, via correspondence dated 30 January 2017 - and here's a screen shot of the words, plus a couple of pictures that were also provided in the e-mail: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/KlingbergRangeRoverForSale-January2017.JPG)

SOLD! (as per contact with the seller on 1/23/2017)... 1985 Buick LeSabre... Quoting from our Old Saybrook, CT-based friend Joe Montiel's Facebook message: "...Hey Steve, know anyone interested in buying the Buick LeSabre, it's an '85... I don't have the time to fix it right now... It has 67,000 original miles... It needs new battery, and a power steering pump, and the choke needs to be adjusted... Asking $1000 or best offer. I don't have the time to get it fixed and winter got me a little low on money, but I don't want it to just sit... It's drivable but needs new battery or it'll go dead... Contact: XXXXX ..." webmaster's note - Joe also sent us along two electronic photos of the car, which we've gone ahead and uploaded to our server--use the following hyperlinks to bring up the images: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/JoeMontielBuickFront.jpg and http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/JoeMontielBuickRear.jpg ... (this notice was created based upon information received from the seller, via correspondence dated 12 January 2017)

Legal and insured transport available. Cars, motorcycles, parts... Local and long-distance. Das Bulli Haus Transport Division, 860-642-7242, dasbullihaus@earthlink.net, www.dasbullihaus.com/transport-division (this ad was placed on this page as of 4/20/2016)

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Wanted

WANTED – Components for, I think, ’87-’96 Ford F150 & larger pickup truck under bed spare tire carrier… We recently purchased a used ’97 F250 from a private party, which uses the “primitive” early type “swing down cradle” type carrier for the spare tire—except that ours did not come with the cradle parts nor the spare tire itself. I’m not worried about finding a usable spare, but would like to assemble a working factory spare tire carrier assembly that’s proper for this truck. I got under there and found that I do have a couple of the parts, but need more of the major parts, like the cradle that the tire actually rests on, plus that funky “eye” (or “j-hook”) bolt, and also the bolt that goes up thru the center of the tire, and the plastic piece that the bolt threads into, that sits on top of the tire. Any info or leads on where to find these parts—thanks, Steve the SAAC editor. UPDATE: I did a little more work and created a “wanted diagram” (showing a lot of these things, in both diagram and image presentation) that you can now view at the following link: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/97FordF250PickupSpareTireCarrier-DiagramOfStuffNeeded.jpg ... Contact me (Steve the SAAC webmaster): CommonGear@aol.com ... (this notice posted 11 March 2021)

WANTED – Looking For 1955 Chevy 2-Door Parts… Exterior light chrome… Steering box… Gas tank… And much more… Would consider a donor car… Contact: John or Gary at Stony Creek Auto, 203-488-7868… (this notice transcribed from a 12 Nov. 2020 postmarked correspondence, posted 14 November 2020)

WANTED – 14” diameter, 4x130 bolt pattern wheels… I know this is a long shot posting this wanted ad here, but sometimes people know people with parts, and so I think it never hurts to get the word out there… I’m looking to recapture some of the “magic” (ha ha) that I enjoyed on several occasions with my former ’69 Bug by putting together another interesting set of 14” diameter wheels (and then have some fun finding some cool tires to go with them after that)… There were several aftermarket 14” “mags” sold back in the day for four-bolt VW Bugs (the stock rim diameter is 15”), and I’ve owned a few over the years—which, unfortunately have also gone onto other owners since then… From research I’ve done, there were also some specific Lancia wheels that were 14” diameter with a 4x130 bolt pattern, but I’m sure those are even harder to find (but if you know of any sets, please let me know!)… Here’s my “wanted” ad on TheSamba.com that gives a few more details about what I’m looking for: https://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/detail.php?id=2428044 … Contact me: CommonGear@aol.com ... Thanks for any help!... (this notice posted by the SAAC editor, 14 November 2020)

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Unclassifiable, Business Services, Etc.

DJ entertainment services - “…Good Evening: My name is Rich Kovach and I have been a classic car enthusiast and collector all my life. I along with my partner Ed have a D.J. Entertainment part time business . We have both been in the business for nearly 40 years.  My partner Ed is a  commercial radio engineer for several area radio stations , including the Fox and WPLR. We do all types of events and especially cruise nights and car shows. We provide the music, contests, games and giveaways… We regularly perform at the Port 5 Naval Veterans cruise nights and at Dragones cruise nights. We also provide D.J. services for many major yearly shows and events throughout Connecticut. We are always looking for new opportunities and our rates are the best you will find. We are both car guys and belong to the Connecticut Seaport Car Club. If you know of any club or group that needs professional D.J.’s please give me a call or e-mail. I have attached a copy of our business card… Thank You…. Sincerely, Rich Kovach…” webmaster’s note – Click on the following link to bring up a copy of the “Car Tunes Classics DJ Services” official business card: http://www.shorelineantiqueautoconnection.com/CarTunesClassicsDJServicesCard.jpg ... Rich's e-mail contact address is: rmk92c@optonline.net   (this notice was created based upon information received from the company representative, via correspondence dated 22 April 2018)

Legal and insured transport available. Cars, motorcycles, parts... Local and long-distance. Das Bulli Haus Transport Division, 860-642-7242, dasbullihaus@earthlink.net, www.dasbullihaus.com/transport-division (this ad was placed on this page as of 4/20/2016)

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