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  1. Hello Ray: I have one of these with the blue lens in a bezel and two complete taillights if you still need parts. Mark
  2. Hello: Are you still in need of one of these or a spare? I have a MINT original Delco Remy 1118729 in the opened can with instructions. Thanks, Mark
  3. Hello: Great looking car!!! I've been a 1940 Pontiac aficionado for 26 years, my first antique car being a 1940 Pontiac 2811 two door sedan. Since then I've owned several and still have a 6 cylinder coupe and 8 cylinder convertible coupe. My coupe came from the Dick Kughn collection and is the rarest coupe made with 11,000 original miles. A dealer sample car with factory original green leather upholstery, leatherette headliner, visors, door sides and bench seat all in green. It has the original Nottingham Grey paint and special carpeting. 1 of 12 made and it's the only known survivor. I will be selling mine also. But my biggest question with regards to my convertible is, where did you get the woodgraining done? It is quite unique and examples I've see the professionals do is not even close to the beauty of the original. Yours looks great however. Would appreciate any info on it. Thanks! Mark2368@aol.com Sincerely, Mark
  4. Hello Everyone, Wondering if anyone out there knows of a 1934 LaSalle Convertible Coupe for sale. Or any body style '34 LaSalle car for sale for that matter. I have exhausted all the known leads on the World Wide Web so turning to you out there in the AACA. Maybe someone out there knows of one down the street in an old garage like the stories of years ago. Would appreciate any leads. Thanks so much. Sincerely, Mark 845-702-0223
  5. Does anyone make repos of these or does anyone have a NOS set for sale??? 845-702-0223 THANKS!
  6. Hello Eric: Yes, the car is still available. The car is located about 75 miles south of Albany NY or 120 miles north of NYC. A little history: The car runs fine but I am in the process of putting new urethane floats in the carburetors to replace the old delaminated cork ones that are deteriorating from the new gas. I have owned the car since 2005. Since then, I have only put on about 400 miles. I believe the mileage to be 100% correct, given the history and the unbelievable condition of the car. There is nothing missing or out of place and nothing has been done except an amateur paint job in the 1950's (my guess). The original colors are still underneath the paint and are quite stunning in combination. The car was never taken apart to paint it. The build sheet which is two pages, has special instructions of the paint scheme requested by the original owner (Miss H. G. Ryder) from the factory. I have had a number of offers on the car, mostly from overseas. The price is negotiable and still taking offers. If you have any other questions please feel free to call or write. Thanks for your interest.
  7. 1931 Cadillac 370A Convertible Coupe, This 1931 Cadillac V-12 is a "TRUE SURVIVOR" with only 17,000 ORIGINAL MILES!! It is doubtful that there is another lower mileage one left in the world. Everything is original to the car: chrome, interior, dash, running boards etc. minus an amateur paint job in the 1950's. Newer tires. Car could be restored but should be left alone as a survivor. Original cars are almost impossible to find, especially ones with low mileage. Car is 100% complete, runs and drives well but could use a general going over and tune up. Has a Cadillac Heater, Philco Transitone Radio and a VERY RARE mother of pearl choke knob that lights up with the Cadillac Crest when the choke is pulled on. Still has the original paint on the brake drums! Ask for Mark $135,000 negotiable 845-702-0223<!-- google_ad_section_end --> or Mark2368@aol.com
  8. 1931 Cadillac 370A Convertible Coupe, This 1931 Cadillac V-12 is a "TRUE SURVIVOR" with only 17,000 ORIGINAL MILES!! It is doubtful that there is another lower mileage one left in the world. Everything is original to the car: chrome, interior, dash, running boards etc. minus an amateur paint job in the 1950's. Newer tires. Car could be restored but should be left alone as a survivor. Original cars are almost impossible to find, especially ones with low mileage. Car is 100% complete, runs and drives well but could use a general going over and tune up. Has a Cadillac Heater, Philco Transitone Radio and a VERY RARE mother of pearl choke knob that lights up with the Cadillac Crest when the choke is pulled on. Still has the original paint on the brake drums! Ask for Mark $135,000 negotiable 845-702-0223 I AM REDUCING THE PRICE THAT IS MORE IN LINE OF THE OFFERS I HAVE BEEN GETTING FROM OVERSEAS. $115,000 OBO. Hoping to attract someone in the US but if not, it's going on a long boat ride ******SORRY, THIS CAR HAS BEEN SOLD******