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Paul from PA

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  • Birthday 03/03/1957

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  1. Purchased a similar 33 Pontiac this year and it too had a plastic 'Tommy Gun " with it. I prefer plastic "blondes"
  2. Junk or no junk? The car seems to be getting a lot of attention. Is that not some of the reasoning for having old cars? I could see it, once restored, going across the auction block with some young lady wanting her own car after her husband or better half spends 100K or more on his favorite car. "Honey I like that one. Would you buy it for me? A Comet Kitten every girls dream?
  3. Spoke with seller. Needs windshield, passenger floor repaired, "some work" on the torque boxes, dent repaired on the left rear door and the break pedal goes to the floor.........
  4. Hate to bring it up but........ I drove one of these in a local demo derby many years ago. Same color but in poor condition. The big GM cars of that era didn't have much of a chance against the Imperials or even a lot of other larger Chrysler products as the GM's used coil springs. It was fun at the time.
  5. I bought a 1963 Rambler wagon at an estate auction. Was in a garage, not a lot of light. Got it home and found an old Texaco sign under the front floor mat on the passenger side.
  6. These were in a barn. I purchased one of the 1932 Buicks a few years ago. Bobcat had less than 6,000 original miles. I bought it as well. Different time and place. Have since sold both of them
  7. Seller says, "has some rust in floors, not bad tho. Needs rear body mount" I believe these guys do a lot of buying out west for trucks and truck parts. Probably picked up the Buick locally at is has a PA inspection.
  8. Just spoke with the owner. She is to send me more photo's. She stated that there was a hole in the trunk. She said it needed painted and a new interior. I am still interested though.
  9. I talked to the owner. He has health issues. The one wheel you see on it is from a Cadillac with a Packard center installed. He has four. He has owned the car about 5 years. He said he bought it out of the state of Indiana
  10. 1948 Packard Coupe on facebook marketplace Imperial PA. Outside of Pittsburgh I don't know how to link it here
  11. Thanks for all of the responses. My thought was to keep them uncovered. The only way I found covers to work properly was to first cover the cars with sheets or blankets and put the cover on. I don't do any dusty work in the garage but I am thinking of buying a couple of pedestal fans in to keep some air flowing.
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