George Albright

F/S 1909 Cadillac Model 30 Demi Tonneau Touring. Restored.$65,000. See photos!

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1909 Cadillac Model 30 Demi Tonneau Touring for sale. Older high quality restoration. Serial number 35725. Running and driven by prior owner,when purchased several years ago,by Leonard Jarvis of Ocala,Fla.However he merely rolled it into his garage and never started it or drove it. Leonard paid $65,000 for it several years ago,plus shipping. Price is $65,000. No trades or consignments. Sell for cash,check or wire. Thanks,George Albright,Ocala,Fla.  Friend of and attorney for Leonard Jarvis. Cell weekdays 10-4 EST 352 843 1624  email














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Morning everyone. I have more information on the 1909 Cadillac from the owner,Leonard Jarvis. He bought the car in 2012 for $65,000. In May of 2015 he had the car shipped to Hudson Florida,an hour away,near Tampa. He had the car shipped to Steve Cook who winters in Hudson and summers in Mass. Steve knows brass era cars. Steve went over the Cadillac and made sure it started and ran great. Leonard went to Hudson and went for a ride with Steve in the car.Leonard is in his mid 80s. Steve provided a one page typed letter on how to start and drive and run the car,which I have. Leonard had the car shipped back to the Ocala area in May of 2015,and has not driven the car since.The car looks good,and appears to be in mechanical order to use. Hope this helps. George Albright  cell weekdays 10-4 EST 352 843 1624

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Nice looking car. These early Cadillacs make great tour cars. One of the nice features about the demi tonneau is that the rear seat asssembly with the doors attached is made to be removable which gives you a touring car and roadster for the price of one. WIth the rear section and windshield assembly removed, you get a nice roadster/speedster that can be converted back to a touring car in less than an hour!  A reasonable price for a desirable brass car.

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That is correct. It is the L29 cord pictured above. Leonard paid $46,000 for it in 2012. Price is $46,000. It runs. More photos avail be email to serious buyers. Email me at     Thanks George 

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