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  1. 56 2 door hardtop imperial. $5000.00 Updated

     Selling my all oringinal, number 14 off the line 56 Imperial. Car has been in AZ for most of its life. Has the original complete 354 Hemi and push button auto trans (engine moves freely and is not frozen). Car is mostly all there minus the back of the front seat, rear center arm rest, and door panels. Due to being in the dry heat of Arizona, the interior will need work. However, the seats have been reupholstered. The headliner was replaced at one time, but the sun has begun to deteriorate it around the rear window. Car has no major rust issues just has surface rust and a few pin holes due to rat piss sitting on the original carpet (carpet has been removed). The entire front bumper section has been rechromed and is like brand new. I have all interior and exterior parts (minus what was earlier stated) to put the car back together. I am selling my car due to family issues and for the fact that i need money for school. $5000 or best offer. PRICE REDUCED, must sell. 
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  2. Puerto Rico Region, 10th Gathering de Plaza Las Américas Updated

    AACA Puerto Rico Region had a Gathering at the Largest Shopping Mall of the Caribbean.
    Mr. Steve Moskowitz   attended .
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  3. Midwest Classics on 66 Museum Updated

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  4. 1927 Dodge Brothers 4Screen "Paddy Wagon" Updated

    This 1927 Dodge 4Screen was originally a US Army inventory vehicle. At the end of WWI it remained in the Army Inventory  until WWII, at which time it was assigned to a POW Camp along the California Coastline, at the Dos Pueblos POW Camp, in Santa Barbara County (just north of Santa Barbara-Goleta.  It remained at that Camp until the end of WWII and the Camp was closed.  The Wagon was sold as Surplus property and purchased by a Goleta Rancher in the area just south of the Camp, in the area of the Ellwood Canyon. There it stayed, as a Ranch work truck.
    Eventually, as most ranch vehicles end up, it broke down and ended up abandon on the ranch, a dilapidated , rusted truck. It was Brough to the City of Goleta where there was hope of restoration, but it never happened and after a few years was again abandon in the city.  The truck was eventually Abaded by the Santa Barbara County and was on it was to the local wrecking yard as junk.
    This was when I found it, a old rusted hulk sitting the the County Yard waiting for the Wrecker to pick it up.  I was a working Deputy Sheriff assigned to the Crime Prevention Department and saw a whole new life for the Wagon.  I had visions of it being restored and used for Crime Prevention Education, for displays, Parades and for the DARE program, which I had just acquired the duties of.  I immediately went to the Sheriff, John Carpenter, and discussed my idea and after a long conversation of doing the restoration with donations and it not costing the tax payers a dime, he went along with my idea.
    I did the research and found that the SBSD had used this type of truck on the department. It had been a Prisoner Transportation  vehicle, used to transport Sentenced Prisoners that had been Sentenced to State Prison.  These trucks became the "Buses" and were used to take prisoners from County Jail to State Prison, transporting them from downtown SB to the State Prisons.
    The project was finally completed after donations were obtained from the Community at large, all over the USA.  The Horseless Carriage Club of America was our first donation.
    Eventually the California Men's Colony in San Luis Obispo took on the project, using their Vocational Education Department Students (Prisoners) to do the actual restoration work through their Automotive Department.  They took the project in late 1987 and after 3,000+ man-hours they competed the Ground Up restoration.
    The Paddy Wagon has been in service since the end of 1989 and continues to be used for Crime Prevention, Displays, Parades and anywhere it is requested. Car Shows all over the State of California have seen the Wagon.
    I am the Caretaker-Curator for the Wagon and continue to show the Wagon in my retirement.
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  5. 1957 Buick Century 2Dr HT Updated

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  6. Crowvets Corvette and Riviera Updated


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  7. Jerry's Thunderbird Updated

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  8. Ronnie Jones Updated

    1925 Buick Model 25A Enclosed Touring
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  9. 1951 Vw I restored Updated

    1951 VW
    Classic Car Fan
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  10. Jeff Owens Updated

    1931 Chry CD-8 DeLuxe
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  11. 1932 PACKARD COUP/ROADSTER Updated

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  12. Gunnygs Updated

    my gs

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  13. Ron Hausmann Updated

    Kissel Kars and one rogu e Chevy
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  14. Andy Griffith Packard Updated

    1935 Packard conv/sedan 1202 once owed by Andy Griffith fully restored is pebble beach ready.

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  15. Ronnie backlund Updated

    1956 Buick super riviera
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  16. Storkey Updated

    My 1950 Pontiac, one family owned from new....happy to get this home...










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  17. Roger Cumba Updated

    1948 Desoto S11Four Door sedan
    18,000 original miles
    working on full resto ration 






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  18. Touring cars Updated

    Help in identifying auto in attached picture

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  19. 1939 Buick 46C Project Updated

    Pics of restoration of rough 39 46C Buick
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  20. New Project Updated

    1931 Chrysler CM6.  Trying to learn about this vehicle.  Would like to hear from other owners.



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  21. 1936 Plymouth Updated

    1936 Plymouth






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  22. Ron Hausmann Updated

    Starting Up Kissels April 14, 2016
     

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  23. Ron Hausmann Updated

    1921 Kissel Sport Tourster
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  24. Ron Hausmann Updated

    1921 Kissel Model 6-45 Sport Tourster
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  25. Ron Hausmann Updated

    1921 Kissel Model 6-45 Sport Tourster
    Only one that survives. original unrestored car with 14,650 miles on odometer.
     





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