ev57

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  1. Jim Is this Pontiac 6 Manual still available ? Thanks Erik fossil892@aol.com
  2. Thanks Guys, It's comforting to know that you did well, when somewhat out of your field. The line of provenance from Great grandfather down the line, was also very instrumental in this purchase. We will certainly enjoy this great car. Will post photos, when in my posession. In fact, it will be hard to wash it, as the patina is great. What is a HPOF certification ? We enjoy collecting original vehicles , & would always maintain this car as shown. Erik
  3. Gentlemen Have committed to purchase this vehicle for 19,500. Wish to thank all of you for your valued perspective.. Inspected the car on Sat, spending a few hrs there. Garage had not been opened since I was last there, 3 years prior. For 80 years old, It really is a Nice car... Started at the trunk & worked myself around each body panel, bumper to bumper. Opened the doors last. Only slight bruises on pass side fenders. Running boards rock solid, with typical slight surface rust on non oiled surfaces. Paint condition is patterned somewhat to the way aluminum pits. 76k miles. Looks like head was removed a long time ago. Wires & cap are probably 40 years old. Very little fuel in tank, no rust. Car ran briefly , as it could not draw fuel due to the level & incline of car. The interior is beautiful, with a few sew repairs to seat bottom , headliner is immaculate. Soft top has typical crazing. Original floor mat stamped Body By Fisher, as well as oval tag on pass door. All windows function, all lights work. Was last on road in 2006, as per inspection. Everything closes & latches as it should. All panels, boltings, fender weltings, door gaps, radiator grill, etc, are flawless, with no signs of removal or repair. Everything straight as it should be.. Original radiator cap was in house & now on car. All brightwork is intact & nice. Clutch pedal good, brakes work, oil good, needs coolant topped off. Chassis , mechanicals, & all points well oiled & lubed. Original laced wraps intact on leafs. Aside from paint neglect , this is a very solid surviving vehicle.. Erik
  4. Keiser I see your point about the trunk restriction. Are you aware of many trunk / coupes like this? Erik
  5. Woodfidler Yes, a trunk. I will find out about that tomorrow. Erik
  6. Alsancle Have already been told that a firm offer of 25 exists. I was called due to the fact that I purchased a 37 DB 5 Sedan, 3 years back from same seller. Both of these cars Never left the block, after they were purchased locally... They would like me to keep it the same way, side by side.. Erik
  7. Paul Yes, I agree. I am always drawn to the well patina / aged original cars. Last saw this car 3 years ago, & will do so again tomorrow. With a vehicle like this, 1 family ownership, sentimental value is always high. Erik
  8. 32 Pontiac Sport Coupe / Fresh Find<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <!-- google_ad_section_start -->Hello Have the oppurtunity to purchase this vehicle: 32 Pontiac Sport Coupe: No rumble seat / rear trunk & spare mount / Low miles / 1 Owner family since New / All documentation since purchase / 6 cyl / old tires, but hold air / Last ran 3 years ago / supposedly never hit or repaired / original paint / original interior / stored indoors on wooden floor it's whole life / Nothing broken or missing / has resided in same garage since 1932 Since this was the cheaper model (no rumble seat, cowl lights, dual horns, side mts, etc), would this be considered a Rarer car than most coupes out there ? Can anyone guide me to a maximum value that an all original car like this should command ? I have an appt to view this vehicle shortly. Many thanks, Erik<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <FIELDSET class=postcontent><LEGEND> Attached Thumbnails</LEGEND> </FIELDSET>
  9. Hello Have the oppurtunity to purchase this vehicle: 32 Pontiac Sport Coupe: No rumble seat / rear trunk & spare mount / Low miles / 1 Owner family since New / All documentation since purchase / 6 cyl / old tires, but hold air / Last ran 3 years ago / supposedly never hit or repaired / original paint / original interior / stored indoors on wooden floor it's whole life / Nothing broken or missing / has resided in same garage since 1932 Since this was the cheaper model (no rumble seat, cowl lights, dual horns, side mts, etc), would this be considered a Rarer car than most coupes out there ? Can anyone guide me to a maximum value that an all original car like this should command ? I have an appt to view this vehicle shortly. Many thanks, Erik
  10. Hello Bob Attached are photos of number found on the Passenger side frame rail of a 28 Senior. Erik
  11. 1928 Dodge Vin #<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <HR SIZE=1><!-- google_ad_section_start -->Hello Can anyone furnish any info according to this VIN # found on the chassis of a 28 Dodge Senior 6. 3 2 8 9 2 6 Thanks Erik<!-- google_ad_section_end -->
  12. Hello Can anyone furnish any info according to this VIN # found on the chassis of a 28 Dodge Senior 6. 3 2 8 9 2 6 Thanks Erik
  13. Yes, photos did not attach on prior mail, Thanks Erik