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#1 daytona

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Posted 14 October 2012 - 08:23 PM

1930 Cadillac 353 V8 Town Sedan. Very original car with orig. paint on body & much of fenders. Storm brown, Gazelle brown trim & black fenders; correct to build sheet. Paint has some burn thru's and several small dents in fenders and some scratches. 140 inch wheel base Original interior in very good shape w/ exception of drivers seat back. Re-cored radiator, new: clutch, rings, valves and rod bearings; carb. rebuilt, new front window gears and throttle gears & headlight switch. Lloyd Young overdrive installed making this a great tour car. Many spare parts included: complete rear end, front end including all drums, steering box and transmission & torque tube. Newer tubes/tires on powder coated wire wheels (6). All the difficult work is done! Idles great, never overheats and will run all day, 1,000 miles was put on this summer! Health forces sale. Need automatic transmission car. Will trade or partial trade for 1941 60S w/ automatic or 67 to 69 Eldorado or??? $32,500 OBOcaddy3.jpg . Martin Cooke, Higganum, CT 860-301-9621 or e-mail: martin@abouttimect.com Please call or email for more pictures

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#2 daytona

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Posted 17 October 2012 - 10:41 AM

Also if anyone wants to come by and take test drive your welcome tocaddy 5.jpg
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#3 edinmass

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 06:12 PM

I have had a chance to drive this car, it runs and drives like a good Caddy should. If anyone is interested in it they can PM me for some more info. Ed
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#4 daytona

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Posted 15 November 2012 - 08:34 PM

Car has been sold, thanks
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#5 edinmass

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 01:11 AM

Good cars always sell fast. Sorry to see it go....... maybe now you can get a Pierce? :-) Ed
Pierce Arrow 8 & 12 Motorcars, Assorted series and body styles 1931 - 1937.
Pierce Arrow Travelodge Trailer, Series B, 1937.
Pierce Arrow Foundation Museum Director.
CCCA Pierce Arrow Club Technician.
CCCA Master Judge # 24.
CCCA Life Member.
HCCA Member.
1915 Ford T MTFCA Member.
1914 Cadillac, 7000 miles. Gone
1930-1931 Cadillac V-8, Owned more than 8 of them. Gone
LeBaron Coachwork, 1929 - 1934.
Pierce Arrow Society- 28 year member.
CCCA - 30 year member.

#6 John_S_in_Penna

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Posted 20 November 2012 - 05:25 AM

Yes, good cars go fast when reasonably priced.

It's always satisfying to see a car go to a hobbyist and well taken care of!




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