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Ads on this website are free of charge to members.  Ads must be submitted in legible writing before the 20th of the month to appear the following month. The ads will run for at least 3 months or less if the item is sold. Ads must be marked according to the following categories: 1) Autos For Sale, 2) Auto & Misc For Sale, 3) Auto & Misc Wanted, Ads by non-members must be submitted by a member to appear on the website and will be confirmed before they are run.  To avoid repetitive ads, they will not be rerun for a period of one year. Submit ads to LER Webmaster at lakeerieaaca@aol.com or to Sidelight Editor, Valerie Wilson.

Autos For Sale
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Auto & Miscellaneous For Sale
Wheels - 3 14x6 GM Camaro wheels - $75. 4 15x7 Buick Riviera 5" bolt chrome wheels - $160. Contact Paul at 716-874-9119   (4)
A variety of Department 56 Snow Village collectible buildings including the Ryman Auditorium, skating rink, Coca-Cola Bottling Plant and many more. Also Utica Club steins.  If you are interested, contact Barb at 716 836-3931.
1974 Buick Chassis factory manual for all series, very detailed including wiring, over 400 pages, $20; 1974 Buick owners manual included if you want it. Contact Dave Lechner at 716-741-8392  (4)
Auto Miscellaneous Wanted
1960 or earlier hearse, ambulance or other special purpose or unusual vehicle. No projects or modified vehicles. Must be road ready and look good. Contact Mark Schleicher at 716-683-3893, mcschleicher@roadrunner.com.  (7)
Trivia Answers

Question: What was the first commercially-available motorcycle made in America? 
ANSWER:  That distinction belongs to Orient-Aster, in 1898. It was a product of Charles Metz's Waltham Manufacturing Company in Massachusetts, and featured a French Aster engine  mounted to an Orient frame.  Indian built its first motorcycle in 1901, and Harley-Davidson started production in 1903.
compliments to Steve Rossi's Old Car Quiz