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About Billety

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  • Birthday 02/05/1954

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    I have been collecting and restoring cars since 1972. Currently I have 1929 Chrysler 65 5 window coupe, and sports roadster, 1929 Lincoln 5 passenger coupe ( imported from USA 2013), 1930 Austin 7, Australian built 1973 Monaro (purchased new by me), 1976 Valiant Charger, 1968 MG Midget 1944 Case tractor and 1952 Dodge truck.

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  1. I know I am being petty but I don't like the two piece windscreens on this model.
  2. It would be a wild ride home from hospital if they forgot to strap the gurney down.
  3. Five years ago when we bought ours, I could only find four of this body style (179) worldwide. In the last eiighteen months another five unrestored examples have come onto the market. I wonder how many more are out there?
  4. I'll risk getting angry resplies but surely this vehicle should not be advertised on this forum. If it is I think we have dropped to a new low.
  5. You are probably correct about the price but if you want to send me details privately, my email is
  6. Yes we did. That's when I bought the Lincoln. As we have 2 x 1929 Chrysler 65's, a 1954 Fargo 6 ton truck and a 1976 Valiant Charger (Australian car), I would be very interested in an early Maxwell.
  7. I am looking for a one or two cylinder car. I would prefer an older restoration. As I am in Australia, the exchange rate hurts me a lot so be gentle! thanks, Bill
  8. Wouldn't the rubber be a bit hard by now? Seven years since original post.
  9. Have you tried Gary at Vintage Auto Parts? He is local to you in NZ. His number is 33598592.
  10. Sorry not an interested buyer in that price range. One can only speculate why the photo was removed. However I do like yellow on cars having owned the attached car since new. MY opinion is that yellow probably is not appropriate on a highly priced mid 20's "full classic". A quick squirt of paint would fix it though.