1930s Project Cars For Sale

1930s project cars for sale : Used cars for sale by owner in oklahoma city.

1930s Project Cars For Sale

1930s project cars for sale

    project cars

  • (Project Car) One that is in restorable condition.
  • (Project Car) The car you are restoring or building as a drag car.

    for sale

  • For Sale is a tour EP by Say Anything. It contains 3 songs from …Is a Real Boy and 2 additional b-sides that were left off the album.
  • purchasable: available for purchase; “purchasable goods”; “many houses in the area are for sale”
  • For Sale is the fifth album by German pop band Fool’s Garden, released in 2000.


  • thirties: the decade from 1930 to 1939
  • File:1930s decade montage.png|From left, clockwise: Dorothea Lange’s photo of the homeless Florence Thompson show the effects of the Great Depression; Due to the economic collapse, the farms become dry and the Dust Bowl spreads through America; The Battle of Wuhan during the Second Sino-Japanese
  • The following events related to sociology occurred in the 1930s.

149 Bugatti T51R Grand Prix (1931)

149 Bugatti T51R Grand Prix (1931)
Bugatti T51R Grand Prix (1931) Engine 2296 Super charged
Registration Number 584 UXD
Chassis BC 132
Car No. 301 driven by Dereck Howard-Orchard
Recreation of a Bugatti T51
A type 51 “recreation”. The project started with a collection which included many original components and a Wragg frame owned by St. John. It was acquired in 1987 by Christopher F. Warman in Wales, UK. The Wragg frame was abandoned and replaced by a Hoskins frame obtained from Richard I’Anson which had been intended to be a type 35B. Work done with the help of Ivan, and later, Tim Dutton. The completed car was registered as 584 UXD. It is pictured in “Bugattis at Prescott” p. 53. The car was acquired by Peter Schomer of Motorsport Legend Ltd. In 2006 it competed at the Donington Park “See Red” meeting and at the VSCC Goodwood Sprint where it recorded a time of 1minute 10 seconds with a speed of 139 mph on the Lavant Straight. It was driven at Prescott in 2007 by Charles Knill-Jones. It is reported to have been offered for sale at ?450,000 and later ?550,000 and is now said to be owned by Richard Pavey. Its most recent appearance was at the Cholmondeley Pageant of Speed where it sported a blue “flash” on its tail and exhaust pipes on both sides of its tail.
Shot at VSCC Precott 07.08.2010. Ref 62-149

With additional information from the Bugatti register web site

1930s handmade polka dots

1930s handmade polka dots
1930s peplum jacket with handmade & hand-sewn polka dots and sequins

I just think this is so neat and was fortunate enough to stumble upon two of them!

This jacket actually has a matching skirt with more dots and will be available in the store around the holidays.

1930s project cars for sale