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  1. I wish that the Cars For Sale would be in the same location as before. I look at it everyday and wanted to give it a chance but it was easier for me when it was closer to the top. I also note that the listings are predominately dealer ads and very few member cars are being listed. Perhaps that's just today's market, but it sure seems like we're being less individual sellers. Anyone else prefer the old location, too? Regards, Henry "Hank" Feinberg AACA Life Member and old car guy since 1959
  2. The twin to this gorgeous Park Drag is in a private "Cars and Carriages" museum, also in the Midwest and same livery. Always an antique car enthusiast, the carriages were a new learning experience. Having owned a Brewster bodied Rolls-Royce for many years, it was fascinating to be around many Brewster horse drawn vehicles in the collection. It was like visiting our R-R's grandparents.
  3. Too bad not many people are doing their own work and have need for a quality tool like that. If I didn't already own three assorted valve spring compressors, it would be tempting.
  4. Price reduced to $12,000. We plan on reducing the price by $500 every Sunday evening until sold or we take it off the market.
  5. No offers, yet, so it's now on e-bay for Best Offer. We are ready to sell, hopefully someone is ready to buy. https://www.ebay.com/itm/193626963524
  6. That’s why I’m not giving out her contact info.
  7. Right Her everyday car is 2006. Her favorite is our1936. Both are convertibles with their original interiors.
  8. Thanks, Greg. I think that I'm about 40 years too old and at least 40 lb. too large for an MGB. Now if you had a Model A Ford, I'd fit better. Regards, Henry
  9. SOLD (on eBay) Thank You. I bought this time warp brass T from a friend with the thought that we would use it locally "as is" and take it to AACA Meets as a HPOF entry. Two problems; first: wife refuses to sit on the 105 year old upholstery and won't ride in it, and second: no car shows! 1915 engine with electric start added. Minor surface rust. Top will keep you dry. New 12v battery. Safety items added: bright LED tail light fitted into the original oil lamp with no modifications, master switch and inline fuse to ignition. Runs fine on battery or magneto. Title and current
  10. Thanks, "ednowinfla". 2020 would have been our 49th year at Hershey.
  11. I bought this time warp brass T from a friend with the thought that we would use it locally "as is" and take it to AACA Meets as a HPOF entry. Two problems, one: my wife refuses to sit on the 105 year old upholstery and won't ride in it and two: no car shows! 1915 engine with electric start added. Minor surface rust. Shabby top that has never been up in the months the I've owned her. New 12v battery, LED twilight added into the original oil lamp with NO MODIFICATION. Master switch and inline fuse to ignition added. Runs fine on battery or magneto. Title and license in my name. Lots of current
  12. If every restoration was truly a restoration, the vehicle would be the exact color when it left the factory or coach builder. Of course that would eliminate a lot of talk in the hobby. Henry Feinberg
  13. The twin to our Monterey convertible that I bought from Avis Rent a Car decades ago. Largest trunk of any car that I ever owned, new or old.
  14. Both this car and the "Hershey car" look good. There is still trim work to be done and I wish the clock could be turned back to the pre-restoration blue and black even thought it now has more "pop". Hope that it finds a good home. Henry F.
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