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  1. JayG

    32 Buick Coupe

    https://charleston.craigslist.org/cto/d/1932-buick-lawyers-special/6593617780.html Not mine. I think there's 1 too many zeroes in the price. Also check out the"perfect interior". Just saying...
  2. JayG

    Any idea what year

    Short wheel base. The giveaway is the hump at the rear of the running board splash apron. That disappeared in 24.
  3. I'm selling a 1 piece visor that from what I can tell will fit 1953 - 54 Olds 88 and 98 models. This is only based on what I've seen advertised so you need to be sure of what you need. Ask questions. The visor is in nice shape. I can only feel 1 small ding in it. The chrome is not perfect but after cleaning it up will be presentable. No peeling or damage but there are small pits in it. I don't have the upper brackets. I'm not an Oldsmobile guy so this may also fit other years and models. The visor is located in CT. Local pickup would be best but I will break it down and ship it at the buyers expense. $250
  4. Still available. Very restorable or mount on a driver as is.
  5. Here are some pics. The first is my 25 and the second is a 27 "C". Which I would sell if someone is interested in it.
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    My car's weight and trailer advice

    Try this site for more info. http://classiccardatabase.com/prewar-models/car-models-B.php According to this a Business coupe is 3615 lbs and a Special coupe is 3695 lbs Jay
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    My long build of a 1940 56S

    Keith - I would love to see more pics. I'm leaning towards this color and have been for a while. As I mentioned earlier I'm just concerned that some maroons do take on a brownish hue and I don't want that. I have seen the Auburn and Packard maroons and they seem on the brown side.
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    My long build of a 1940 56S

    Thanks Mike. I have been to that site and picked out several colors that I would like to get spray outs done for or see an actual car in the colors. Royal Maroon was one of them. The small chips don't really tell the story. Just curious. Did you have the car painted in a single stage or base coat/clearcoat. I'm being told I should do BC/CC for durability and easier application.
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    My long build of a 1940 56S

    I'm finishing a 25 Dodge Brothers roadster and want to do it in a nice deep burgundy. I've looked at that color as an option but haven't seen it in person. Some maroons start to look brown and I'm not looking for brown. I'm thinking of having some mixed to do a spray out. I also have a 31 Buick 8-96 that eventually may end up in a nice burgundy too. So I will look into the Royal Maroon. Thanks, Jay
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    My long build of a 1940 56S

    I love the color too. Do you know what color it is and if there's a formula available?
  11. JayG

    Grandfather's 1936 Dodge D2

    UHaul trailers are good and reasonable to rent. Make sure that the vehicle that you plan to tow with is rated for the trailer and vehicle weight. Otherwise UHaul won't rent the trailer to you.
  12. 1935 Hudson car radio. It's a Zenith A680. It is in decent shape but would require a complete electronic refurbishment. Working condition os unknown. $20 plus shipping from CT. PM me if interested.