For Harold Wintz Estate
Saturday May 4th, 2019 10:00 a.m.
On Site Just North of 1501 Central Ave E, Clarion IA
Preview: Friday, May 3rd from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Antique and Classic Cars and Trucks: 1914 Chandler (Only known running example, Has JR, SR, and Preservation Awards, along with 100 year old plaque from the AACA, Beautifully maintained and restored, featured as Centerfold in the September 2014 HCCA Gazette Magazine, Serial Number 1320), 1914 Chandler (Late 1914 model, partially restored, Only Three total known to exist, Serial Number 2407), 1919 Ford Model T Station Wagon (Show Car with approximately 200 miles since build, Has JR, SR, Grand National, and Preservation Awards from AACA, body was designed and built by Harold), 1923 Ford Model T Truck (Show Car with approximately 200 miles since build, Has JR, SR, 4 Grand National, and many other awards, Warford Stop to Shift Transmission, Body was Harold’s own design and partially built by him), 1950 De Soto (4 door sedan, Original, Great Restoration Prospect), 1952 Plymouth Cranbrook (Original Car, 33,462 miles, HPOF Award Winner, Nice), 1959 Dodge Coronet (Two Owner, Original Car, Very Nice, HPOF Award Winner form AACA, Local Car), 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible (383 motor with Coyote Duster, HPOF Award from AACA), 1964 Plymouth Fury (4 door sedan), 1974 Dodge Pickup (No Rust, Beautiful Original).
Modern Vehicles, Camper, Trailer: 1994 Dodge Ram 2500 (Gas), 2001 Dodge Dakota Crew Cab (125,073 miles, needs some body work, newer transmission), 1991 Shadow Cruiser 8.5’ Pickup Camper (Double Bed, Air Conditioner), 1991 Jensen 20’ Enclosed Trailer (Tie Downs, Motorized Ramp Gate).
All Cars are smoke free, have been consistently garaged, and many have documented history.
Shop and Body Tools: Portable Hoist, Torch Set, Air Compressors, Floor Jack, Snap On Tool Box, Miller Matic 35 Welder, Ribbon Cutters, Drill Press Bench Grinder, Bench Vice, Peter Wright Anvil, Napa Electric Pressure Washer, Body Rotisserie, Paint Mixer, Glass Cutter and Grinder, Glass Cutting Patterns, Fender Rollers, Ribbon Cutters, DA Sanders, Air Hammers, Vice Grip Clamps, Sockets, Files and Rasps, Breaker Bars, Paint Guns, Assorted Auto Body Hardware, Frame Straightener, Engine Hoist, Screws, Nuts and Bolts of All Kinds, more..
Model T Parts: Windshields, Gas Tank, Exhaust Pipe, Heads, Flywheels, Coils, Radiators, Wooden Spoke Wheels, Axles, Fenders, Jack Stands, more, Chandler Parts: U Joints, Timing Chains, Magneto, Carburetor, Generator, Other Parts: 1912 Hupmobile Fender, ’52-’53 Dodge V8, ’36 Chevy Motor, , ’65 Plymouth Parts, ’31-32 Wire Wheels, ’51-2 Plymouth doors, ’59 Dodge Radiator Shroud, ’26 Pontiac Head, ’50 Dodge Instrument Panel, Tires, Lights, Running Boards, Many Bumpers, Several Hoods, Hubcaps, Many New Old Parts from Harold’s Auto Body Repair Business, More.
Automobile Interest Collectibles and Large Literature Library: Pabst Blue Ribbon Automobile Light, 1957 Econolite Motion Lamp with Model T and Stutz, Unopened Antique Car Models (Pyro and Others), Assembled Antique Car Models, Antique Car Mugs and Trays, License Plate Decanters (Johnny Walker), Prints, Posters, Calendars, More, Literature (an extensive collection): Automobile Quaterly- Volume 1-52, index, & executive planners, Chandler Advertisements 1913-1927, Motor Age Magazine 1911-1937, Horseless Carriage Gazette 1949-2018, Antique Auto -1949-2018, Vintage Ford and Model T Times, Cars and Parts – 1967-2018, Street Rod Magazines, Rod and Custom, Service Manuals, Owner’s Manuals, Automotive Trade Magazines, Color Chip Books, Repair Cost Estimating Books, Service Bulletins, Magazine Ads 1800’s to 2000’s, Auto Sales Literature, Hard Cover Automobile Coffee Table Books, More…
Onsite Terms: Cash, Good Check, or Credit Card (3.5% Convenience fee) day of sale. All items sold As-is where-is, no warranties expressed or implied. No items removed until settled for. Announcements Day of Sale take precedence over printed material.