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59 GT and parts for sale


59 Peelrless and new spare parts for sale.  When they went out of business, I bought out the parts department of the local dealership. I have new; Gas tanks, radiators, Shock absorbers, wiring loom, half shafts, tail lights, differential, De Dion tube, rear spring,front suspension parts,and various stuff. I have pictures of everything I can email. 



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John Grancich


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John, pm sent.

Mike


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Hi John,

I think we talked some years ago, were you also a lotus dealership guy?

Anyhoo, there are a few of our members in the L.A area that I am sure would be very interested...I will send them this link

 

Nigel



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John - pm sent too

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   I need the passenger's side gas tank, front windshield, and the windshield seals for the front and back. If you could send photos to my email address and prices, I will follow up.  My email is as follows" RWadman1@weber.edu. My phone number is (801) 745-5835. I live in the State of Utah, USA.

Bob Wadman



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Robert C. Wadman


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John:

     In 1962/1963, my wife and I purchased and drove a 1960 Peerless. It was a great car and we took several trips up and down the California coast. I've attached a photo of my wife in 1963 standing by our 1960 Peerless on one of our trips.  When our children came along, the Peerless did not make a good family car. At this time, in our lives, we were living in San Diego

     Over the years, I have periodically searched for a Peerless, but with no luck. This year, I found a 1959 Peerless in Hannibal, MO. Both my wife and I are over 75 years old, but decided to take a "geriatric roady" and drove 1200 miles from our home in the mountains of Utah to Hannibal, MO and purchased the 1959 Peerless. It was a memorable trip and we received several "thumbs up" while trailering the 1959 Peerless from MO back to Utah. I've attached a photo of the Peerless as I was loading it on to our trailer.  Although the new 1959 Peerless is painted silver, it was originally red. It is a very original car, but needs a lot of work.

     I need several parts and a lot of advice, and any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Bob Wadman



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Robert C. Wadman


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Hope you and your wife enjoy your GT. I had a great time with mine. I bought it when I was 19. Then wife and kid came along. Put the car in storage but, when Peerless went out of business I bought out the parts department. It was to be my retirement project along with some club racing. I had a stroke and can?t do thr project now. I would love to see it go to someone who will put it back on the road. My email is fstoldschool@ Gmail.com

John



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John Grancich


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John:
Do you have Peerless parts for sale? I need the right side gas tank, and the front windshield. I don't want to start pulling the engine and starting the restoration until I have the parts I need to put it back together.
Bob

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I would love to see the parts list and pictures.  I am gathering parts to start my restoration.  I need an interior door pull, all rubber items, maybe window regulators, and many other parts.

 

Keith Williams - kwilliams@aeskc.com

816-591-5212



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Keith


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John, I'm in Orange County, and would appreciate seeing your parts list as well. Making slow progress on my second series GT, and am in need of several parts. Thanks. Greg Haskin 714 330-6422

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