Brass is Best

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  1. 1940 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe. Model 6227. Outstanding automobile. Restored to exacting standards with documentation. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “Full Classic”. CCCA First Place award winner scored 99.75 points. Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Senior winner. Rare only 1,322 produced. Finished in striking Oxblood Maroon Iridescent. Trim code correct Tan Herringbone Cloth interior. Powered by the famous Cadillac 346 cubic inch flathead V-8 which was rated at 135 horsepower. Three Speed Manual Transmission. Equipped with lots of great features. Turn Signals. Heater. Defroster. AM Radio. Clock. Day-Nite rearview mirror. Driver Side Mirror. Wide White Wall tires. Excellent road manners. Great automobile for CCCA club events and Caravan touring as well as AACA tours and club events. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $69,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Cadillac in action:
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    I just DON'T like the picture of this Buick

    Its a harness racing (horses) starting gate.
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    I just DON'T like the picture of this Buick

    Starting gate for harness racing.
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    Anybody looking for a nice Packard?

    More info in Buy/Sell forum.
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    High Wheel meatwagon

    If that happened then you would have to call the other meat wagon!
  6. 1915 Packard Twin Six Series 1-25 Model 118 Seven Passenger Touring. Spectacular Automobile! This is the oldest surviving Packard Twin Six known to exist. One of the most important Packards in existence. The Twin Six was introduced in May of 1915. After driving a new Twin Six from New York to San Francisco Packard President Henry Joy called the new Packard “The greatest piece of machinery that ever went over the highways”. The new Twin Six won the only Grand Prize Medal awarded at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco. The Twin Six was designed by Packard Engineer Jesse Vincent. It was Packard’s response to Cadillac’s V-8 which had been released earlier in the year. This Packard has great provenance. It has received a recent mechanical freshening and has been successfully toured over the last several years. We completed an 80-mile day trip with ease. Finished in Black and Dark Blue. The interior is finished in Black Button Tufted Leather that is as comfortable as a living room sofa. 125 inch wheelbase. Powered by Packard’s 424 Cubic Inch Twin Six (12-cylinder) which was rated at 88 horsepower. Tremendous amounts or torque. Three Speed Transmission. This Packard travels comfortably at modern highway speeds. Electric Starter and lighting. A “Stop” lamp has been added for safety. Features include dual rear mounted spare tires. Rear jump seats. Dual outside mirrors. Running board mounted tool box. Cocoa Step Plates. Waltham 8-day clock. Front Bumper. Arro-Meter. Air Compressor for tire service. This outstanding Packard is Horseless Carriage Club of America (HCCA) Tour eligible. This Packard is a Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “Full Classic”. This Packard is eligible for Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Tours, Shows and other Club events. This Packard is most certainly eligible for Packard Club Tours, Shows and events. This Packard would also be welcomed at countless other Concours d’Elegance type car shows. This Packard will certainly draw a crowd where ever it is displayed. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $ Serious Offers Considered Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Packard in action:
  7. 1930 Ford Model A Deluxe Town Sedan. Body by Murray. Restored. Excellent. One owner for 50 years. All Steel. Finished in Brewster Green with an Apple Green pinstripe and wheels. Deluxe Green Mohair interior. Powered by Fords 200 cubic inch flathead 4-cylinder engine which was rated at 40 horsepower. Electric Start. Three speed manual transmission. This Ford is equip with lots of great options and accessories. Stone Guard. Quail Mascot. Cowl lamps. Driver side mirror. Rear mounted spare tire with Ford script cover. Windshield wiper. Woodgrain dash and window trim. Rear seat arm rests. Passenger side tail lamp. Firestone Wide White Wall tires. Great automobile for AACA and Model A club tours and events. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $26,900 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch a driving video of this great Ford:
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    Show me your Foliage!

    But the corn is ready to come off...
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    Show me your Foliage!

    No fall color yet here in Ohio.
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    1940 Cadillac Series 62 Coupe. Spectacular!

    Carl, You have great taste. This 40 is truly a wonderful car to drive. Here are a couple more photos. Andy
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    Need id on the hub caps

    Buick, Packard, Chrysler, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Cadillac, Ford, and Mustang. What a collection!
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    1913 Buick Model 31 Touring

    Beep!
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    1913 Buick Model 31 Touring

    1913 Buick Model 31 Touring Convertible. Outstanding Nickel Touring car. Eligible for Brass Era touring and events. Spectacular 7 year off frame restoration to exacting standards. Just completed. Only 40 test miles at this time. More to come for sure! Finished in Buick Gray with Black fenders. Complimented by Black and Red pinstripes. The Interior is Finished in Black Button Tufted Leather. Black cloth top with boot and side curtains. The Model 31 was Buick’s most popular offering in 1913. 10,000 of these wonderful cars were produced. Riding on a 108-inch wheelbase. Powered by Buick’s proven 201 cubic inch 4-cylinder engine. Which was rated at 25.6 horsepower. Three speed selective sliding gear transmission and cone clutch. This Buick is equipped with a Bosch DU4 magneto, Prest-O-Lite gas starter, and a Vesta Magneto Dynamo to power the Headlamps, Cowl lamps and Tail lamp. Cowl lamps and tail lamps can also burn lamp oil. Lots of great features. Stewart Speedometer. Folding Windshield. Running board tool box. Moto-Meter. Exhaust Cut Out. Side Mount Spare Tire. White Wall Tires. Wonderful automobile for touring. Ready for HCCA (Horseless Carriage Club of America) and AACA (Antique Automobile Club of America) Shows, Tours and Club events. “When Better Automobiles Are Built, Buick Will Build Them” $85,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Watch this great Buick in action:
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    Interesting car 1904? any guesses?

    The car is also wearing a Michigan "M" manufacturer plate.
  15. 1929 Packard Eight Series 633 Seven Passenger Sedan with Overdrive. Exceptional Classic Era Packard. Restored. Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) “Full Classic”. The Series 633 rides on a 133.5-inch wheelbase. Powered by a 320 cubic inch straight eight which Packard rated at 90 horsepower. This Packard has been equip with an Overdrive for modern touring. Cruises easily at modern highway speed. 1929 was the first year Packard used a dashboard mounted temperature gauge, Packard designed shock absorbers and chrome plating. The Seven Passenger Sedan was priced at $2,735.00 when new. Finished in Dark Green over Black with Light Green and Orange coach stripe. The interior is finished to a very high standard in tan cloth. The rear compartment features a dome lamp, Robe rail, Jump seats and a Foot rest. Wood window trim. Accessories include Trippe Speed Lamps, and Turn Signals for modern touring. Goddess of Speed Mascot. Rear mounted spare tire. Denman Black Wall tires. Driver and Passenger outside mirrors. Excellent Packard for CCCA, Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) and Packard Club Events and Tours. Excellent road manners. Ready to Drive, Show and Enjoy. $85,000 Call Pete or Andy 419-668-1884 Located in Norwalk Ohio, 44857 "Home of the Fisher Brothers" Here is a link to a driving video of this wonderful Packard:
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    Wanted ANY Pre-1929 touring car (Please read for insight)

    $3000 is not much of a budget to purchase or restore any collector car. I would suggest saving the $3000 and adding to your fund. It may take a few years but will pay you large dividends in the future. Remember restoration is expensive. Even if you do your own work. Just my 2 cents.
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    Interesting car 1904? any guesses?

    The car in photo #1 is a 1911 Packard Model 30 Touring. There are other photos from the same photo shoot in several Packard history books. The Photos were taken on Belle Isle. Which was a popular place for Packard to photograph cars at this time. Many early photos show the Detroit Yacht Club in the background.
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    Interesting car 1904? any guesses?

    Probably out for a drive on Belle Isle. What a great machine. As for snow, these cars do very well in it.
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    What did you buy at Hershey this year?

    Did the Chevrolet nose trim come from a "name your own price" table in the south east corner of the chocolate field?
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    ID this mystery Hershey emblem

    6 cylinder Ford.