ESTATE OF DENNIS LEMPICKI
N3827 RIVER DR., WAUPACA, WI
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2002 9:00 A.M.
DIRECTIONS: Take State Hwy. 10, west of Waupaca, WI two miles to River Dr., then north one mile.
TERMS: 10% Buyer's Fee & Sales Tax Applies. Cash or good check and positive identification required. All announcements sale day supersede all printed material.
AUCTIONEERS: Col. Don Wagner, Ripon WI. Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer Number 457, 920-748-3000 or 920-361 4262: Col. Steve Wagner, Neshkoro, WI, Registered Auctioneer Number 458, 920-361-4203
SALE MANAGED & CONDUCTED BY DON WAGNER'S AUCTION SERVICE, RIPON, WI 1-800-452-7677 OR 1-920-748-3000
N.O.S. wheel covers, Price each. 57 Ford - $45. - 57 T-Bird $75. New Repro cone shape full wheel covers, similar to '60 Ford-$20. 1965 Shelby HI-PO alternative w/large pulley, date code 1965 - $650. N.O.S. Lemans rods - $800. set '61 Mercury grill - $160. Hi performance air filter for 352 special, 390,406, & 427 4-V engine -$50. 1961 Spare w/w tire and 14" blue wheel never on car -$150. XL clutch/brake rubber pads, optional on 1961 cars -$45. each. (Out of stock)
Shelby Cobra Dual Quad Alum. lid & steel base (air cleaner), orig.,make offer 4 - '60's Mercury Maurader 5 spoke wheels -$500. 1963 Used T-Bird AM/FM radio w/face plate - $295. 1963 Ford 406 "C" Heads, complete, needs refreshing - $300. 1963 T-Bird used short block, grooved crank - $200. 1966 428 Bare block w/rods & pistons -$500. 1968 428 C.J. engine mostly complete - $1,500. 1963 15" Hi-Po wheel covers - for 406 & 427 cars: 4 -$350. 1967 Galaxie conv't interior trim, side trim, 2 doors, glass, hood,deck lid, frnt. door panels (black)
Shipping not incl.
CARS FOR SALE
SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY - THESE GOTTA GO
1950 FORD 2 dr Sedan. Trunk and hinges, rear bumper, some glass good, misc. pieces, no interior, no title. $150. 1961 Ford Starliner Original 375/401 H.P. w/3 spd O.D. Some rust, fair interior. Numbers correct engine w/tri power out of car - $8,500. firm. Will sell body separate $3,900. 1960 FORD Stock car frame w/'65 Fairlane sheet metal. Was TED MUSGRAVES Father, Elmer's car #17, and ran at O'Hare Stadium, stored inside except last 2 years. Not pretty but worth the effort. Have original title, in MUSGRAVES name. Lots of extra wheels/tires & stuff, comes w/complete '61 2 dr sedan for parts $2,500. or trade for HI-PO Ford parts. 1962 FORD XL 2 dr H.T. Driver, some rust, runs good. $1,295. 1962 "G" Galaxie 500 Convt. Chestnut/Chesnut, usual rust, radiator missing, does not have the original engine & transmission + 1962 "V" Code, twin to "G" Code but has good body, driveable. Both - $5,900. Will separate. 1963 Galaxie 500 convertible, G-code, good title, no engine, no transmission, lots of rust $3,900.00 .......... 1963 Thunderbird. S.C. car, 99% rust free. Good car to restore. $2900. 1964 4 dr 289 C.I. Auto, nice chrome, some rust. Runs good. Drive or part out. $995. 1964 Galaxie XL "R" code(body only)Ok. car. Rare factory vinyl top.$3500. 1966 Galaxie 4 dr 352 C.I. Auto, runs good, some rust in quarters, nice chrome and good front clip. Drive or part out. $995. 1968 Ford F-100 8,9xx ORIGINAL MILES (no kidding) Easily made a #1 truck. You'll never see another with lower miles. 1/2 the cost of a new one @ $9500. 1969 Ford LTD 2 dr, H.T., C-6, good interior, good engine & transmission, usual rust, drive or part out $795. 1972 Thunderbird 460 C.I. C-6 trans, 83,000 original miles, rusty, not picked over. $750. No title.
1957 Ranchero parts car, 1971 Merc. Cyclone Spoiler CJ - condition #3 or #4. E-mail if you have or know of these vehicles for sale.
1964 Chevy Monza Corvair, 4 dr,28,xxx ORIGINAL MILES, good title, 99% RUST-FREE $2,150. WANT PICTURES? Send me a role of film and I will send it back with pictures. Dennis Lempicki N3827 River Rd Waupaca, WI 54981 E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org
WHO IS DENNIS LEMPICKI???
I was born in Chicago and grew up in Itasca Illinois and later moved to Central Wisconsin in 1970. In the 60's, I was a mechanic at Roselle Ford in Roselle, IL and later opened Itasca Shell Service Center specializing in auto repair.
I raced stock cars from 1963 to 1970 at O'Hare Speedway, a 1/4 mile short track in the Western Suburbs of Chicago. In fact, this is the same track where Fred Lorenzen got his start racing Fords. I still own a stock car that was built and driven by Elmer Musgrave, Ted Musgraves father. Ted (#15) is a popular NASCAR driver for Ford and was a Rookie of the Year a few years ago. While the car is not in racing condition, I hope that one day it will be restored as a nostalgic race car, if not by myself, then by someone else.
My current driver is a black 1963 1/2 Galaxie 500 Fastback which was featured in the August/September 1995 "Muscle Car Review" as the "406 Express". This car is also in the 1999 Galaxie Club of America's calender. It was also a featured car under the tent in the popular Iola Car Show. As a very nice # 3+ car, it has received many awards in local and national events in the muscle car class. It has a 406 c.i./405 h.p.(3 dueces) engine under the hood with about 10,000 miles since a major overhaul. All the restoration parts are genuine Ford except for the camshaft which is an "Isky" with 530 lift. I installed the long headers rather than the original shorties because that what was available at the time. The horsepower is guesstimated to be in the range of 425 to 450 ponies and is mated to a 1964 top loader 4 speed. Now my transmission doesn't pop out of gear. I was fortunate to find an N.O.S. AM/FM radio at a swap meet and coupled that to an ancient reverb unit. It makes for some interesting sounds. I installed a new seat upholstry and a new headliner along with fresh carpet. The most difficult part to find was the correct headliner. After finding 5 or 6 water damaged ones I was able to make one good one out of them.
I enjoy showing cars & really prefer driving them to the shows. I forgot to mention that my rear gear is a 411 open and at 70 m.p.h. it really sings to you. Glass packs are music to my ears. LOVE THOSE PIPES! Meeting and talking to people at the shows is something I look forward to.
At this time I am restoring a 1963 Galaxie 500 XL Notchback, an original 406 c.i. 405 h.p. car which I plan to show for a couple of years before driving it. This is a frame-off, detailed, numbers correct restoration that has been in progress for the last few years. Although I am a amateur at car restoration, I have done a lot a research in an attempt to make this car the same as it was the day it rolled off the assembly line.
Next in line is a 1963 Galaxie XL 406 c.i. convertable, triple black. This is an original, unrestored "Black Beauty" that I found in a private collection with a broken heart(camshaft). I plan to drive it as is after the camshaft is replaced with an Isky and the machine work completed. My dream is to own a hi performance Galaxie from 1960 thru 1967. I now own one or more of each year in various conditions except 1965. I don't know if I ever will be able to afford a 1965 R Code Galaxie. I've never seen one in the flesh.
My wife Lynne and I recently brought a 1957 Ford Ranchero back to Wisconsin from Colorado. While not perfect there is less rust on this Ranchero than I am accustom to in Wisconsin. This is a vey unusual and I believe extemely rare Ranchero. It was originally built with an F engine. "F" in Ford Language = SUPERCHARGED. This may be the only one left, still in existance. This will be a real challenge and I could use all the help, tips and advice that's out there. If you have knowledge about "F" code Fords and/or parts please contact me.
I presently live in Waupaca Wisconsin with my wife Lynne and have three daughters who are no longer at home. In my spare time, when I am not not playing with my Fords, I am a residential home contractor and plan to retire in a few years and devote my full attention to my Fords. Although I do not vend parts I do share my duplicate and extra parts with other Ford fanatics. I specialize in Ford high preformance cars and parts. If you are looking for a particular hi performance Ford car or Ford part from the 60's, please feel free to drop me a E-mail or call me. Who knows what I might have as an extra part or car.
My hobby name is Clad Classics.
Snail mail me, Dennis Lempicki @ E 7357 Welch Rd. Fremont Wi. 920 446 2304
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E-MAIL: email@example.com Last updated: November 16 2000
ALWAYS UNDER CONSTRUCTION
MY STABLE OF FAST FORDS & MERCURYS
- Pictures coming.
- 1950 Ford Business coupe. 331 c.i. Superchgd. 350 hp. (est.)
- 1957 Ford T-Bird automatic 312 c.i. 245 hp.
- 1957 Ford Ranchero F code 312 c.i. 300hp.
- 1960 Ford Starliner 3spd. od 352 c.i. 360 hp.
- 1961 Ford Starliner 3spd. od 390 c.i. 401 hp.
- 1961 Ford Starliner 3spd. od 390 c.i. 401 hp.
- 1962 Ford Galaxie X L 4spd. 406 c.i. 405 hp. conv't
- 1962 Ford Galaxie 500 4spd. 406 c.i. 405 hp. conv't
- 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 4spd. 406 c.i. 405 hp. fastback
- 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 4spd. 427 c.i. 425 hp. fastback
- 1963 Ford Galaxie X L 4spd. 406 c.i. 405 hp. boxtop
- 1963 Ford Galaxie X L 4spd. 406 c.i. 405 hp. conv't.
- 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 4spd. 406 c.i. 405 hp. conv't
- 1963 Thunderbird automatic 390 c.i. 340 hp. M Landau
- 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 4spd. 427 c.i. 425 hp. 2dr. sedan
- 1964 Ford Galaxie X L 4spd. 427 c.i. 425 hp. fastback
- 1965 Ford R code STILL LOOKING FOR IT!
- 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 4spd. 428 c.i. 345 hp. 2dr. hardtop
- 1966 Ford Galaxie Ltd 4spd. 427 c.i. 425 hp. 2dr. hardtop
- 1967 Merc. Comet 202 4spd. 427 c.i. 425 hp. 2dr. sedan
- 1970 Merc. Cyclone GT auto. 351 c.i. 300 hp. 2dr. hardtop
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