wildcat70

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    30 year Army veteran, so far, who collects cars in his free time.

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  1. I noticed many of the Roadmasters and Limiteds have spoke rims. Is this a factory option? are they correct for shows?
  2. Might be fun to get as many as we can out to Cleveland for the 2020 show.
  3. The yellow and black roadmaster from Florida that I came across was not originally yellow and black. As I recall it was polar mist with red interior originally.
  4. DEI, It might just be time for you to brush the dust off and get to building yours...smile.....
  5. John, That Certainly Makes sense that the Roadmasters became donor cars for the Limiteds, thus they disappeared.
  6. John S Said Here are pictures of the other two 1958 Buick Roadmaster convertibles I mentioned---just to document them for others' reference. I've seen the purple one in person, but not the yellow one: Someone tried to sell me the yellow one, but it was a scam. I heard this car went to Sweden but the scammer is trying to sell it from Poland...BEWARE THE YELLOW ONE !!
  7. The one I found is Silver Mist with Red Leather interior. I will get some pictures up.
  8. Greetings, I have been in love with the 58 Buicks for years and years. I have recently stumbled into a 58 Roadmaster Convertible and am wondering if there is a registry that I may look up how rare/how many actually survived these last 60 years. Thanks
  9. Both faces look good to me, so the one that works will be the one I will use !!!! Thanks all !!!
  10. Here are the pics. Version 2 is the clock that is in the car and version one is the clock I bought that is supposed to be correct. The back of version 2 is a bit dark, but you can see it has a cover on the back.
  11. Please contact me at onebad73@hotmail.com
  12. I recently purchased a remanufacturered clock from Ebay. When I got it out of the box, i noticed it is different from the one in the car. The faces are identical as are the wires and connections. The difference is that the one in the car is not as big as far as the components behind the clock, and it has a cover protecting the wires and adjustments. Which one is correct for a 1941 Limited Limo?
  13. sitting next to the limo is a 1955 imperial with a hemi......