Rogerrabbit

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  1. 1930 Ford Convertible

    Steve no I do not, but I like cars like this to restore. Thank you for the information, I like projects, but don't like huge hidden surprises, like broken axles that have been welded together or JB welded. I have been burned a couple times, but not many, its a great hobby.
  2. 1930 Ford Convertible

    Is the motor stuck, or free? Yes the pictures are perfect.
  3. 1930 Ford Convertible

    I'm interested, but need more pictures. Engine, tranny, rear end,
  4. 1930 Ford Convertible

    Could you provide a few more pictures, I would be interested.
  5. Beware

    I would say watch out for Peter Botta also.
  6. Barrett - Jackson 2018 Did I miss anything?

    Some nice cars, going to new homes, yes it's the same every year. It does have some really nice cars and some bargains too.
  7. How Many Are Enough?

    Amen, 12......................................
  8. I agree, the hobby like the economy goes up and down depending on how much free money is out there. I have 4 kids ranging from 21-27 and all 4 (3 of them girls) enjoy the hobby, each have a antique car of there own.
  9. And The Bottom Line Is......

    It's not the worst one I have read. I know a guy who bought a tag off of EBAY 067 of 1953 Corvette only getting ready to sell the car with paperwork and original frame, numbers matching car for judging. (Down in Florida) Problem is the guy never gets the cars he is selling judged. (White Flag) and he started with only a tag, he paid $10,000 for the tag in New York. Talented guy yes, creep, yes.
  10. Bad Sale Settled and Merry Christmas

    Thank you, The guy should be in jail, but as we all know sometimes people get away with things they shouldn't and don't pay a huge price. He paid with a lot of money, but escaped prosecution.
  11. A while back I had a topic on worst sale ever and told of some of the circumstances. Well, I decided to settle out of court with the person who bought the car from me. Let's just say he had to pay enough that it hurt even him. I donated $100,000 to two local museums to buy cars so younger kids can enjoy this wonderful hobby. It turned out to be a good Christmas for me and a couple of museums even after a 9 year legal battle with the person who should have been thrown in jail, but this was good too. So Merry Christmas to all and God Bless
  12. What are you wanting for the coupe?
  13. Wanted Gages for 1919 Lexington

    Still need help
  14. Wanted Gages for 1919 Lexington

    Dash is gone, but all the rest of the car is there
  15. Wanted Gages for 1919 Lexington

    I was able to get the hood ornament, it's a slow process, but no, I have no gages.