ols car dog

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About ols car dog

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  • Birthday 04/18/1941

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    Houma,La
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  1. ols car dog

    1929 Buick battery

    Were Buicks of that era the exception to the positive ground,??
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    1930 studebaker President Reduced 32500

    I have an ad in Hemmings for the last 11months,also in Classic Cars.com for 18 months. Ebay is my last resort. Ken
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    1930 studebaker President Reduced 32500

    Thanks for your thought's It appears that my kind of pre war car is completley out of favor at this time. I'll give it some time at this price and see what happens.At this time it's in pristine condition so if l start using it on tours that's when the chips and scratches happen and its downhill from there Ken
  4. ols car dog

    1930 Studebaker President Reduced 32500

    Price reduction 32500
  5. ols car dog

    1930 Studebaker President Reduced 32500

    Price reduction to 32500
  6. ols car dog

    1930 studebaker President Reduced 32500

    Price reduction to 32500
  7. ols car dog

    Got an old photo of you as a kid next to a car?

    This is me in Jan 1943 in Beauford S.C. 1941 Chevy in background I was born on April18 1941 my mother wrote the note on the back of picture, I just discovered the note on the photo ten minutes ago. I was told many years ago that we were inBeauford S.C. because my father was a dredge boat man and was dredging Paris Island slip for USMC You gotta admit I was pretty cute then,went downhill since Ken
  8. Did you check with the engine builder? They might have used a light weight "break in oil" change the oil and filter Use a magnet when you drain the oil to see if you have shavings . cut the oil filter open and inspect it also.. Put a GAUGE in the system or you will never know for sure!!? Ken
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    Pre war cars insane prices

    I still don,t believe it,s over we just can,t let it die!!
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    Pre war cars insane prices

    Is it over??.?
  11. ols car dog

    Pre war cars insane prices

    Let me give it a try.My 1930 studebaker President has been for sale for 18 months.It,s listed on three A.A.C.A forums. Classic cars.com---Hemmings. It has been on Pre war.com.and the Antique Automobile magazine.That equals to over 14000 total views. What amazes me the most is the lack of contact except for four people.One potential buyer and I agreed on a price (lower than asking price)$38500 contingent on his inspection.Seemed fair to me!! He backed out the next day. I don,t know if 38500 is an "insane" price or not,but if someone has any interest at all you would think they would say I,m interested in your car at$xxxxx dollars.and we see if we make a deal. This is a AACA Senior and CCCA classic auto.not a project. l have been told on this forum by a couple of people that it,s not priced high enough.Go figure.. Grundy has no problem insuring it for more than my asking price ,they raise the value(and the premium)every year. So here we are!!!I really don't want to go the E Bay route if I can help it,so I will wait it out some more and see where it goes Ken
  12. Nice work, looks like the same as in my 1930 studebaker President. would it fit a 668c delco dist.?? ken