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  1. Very nice 1926 Cadillac V-8 Brougham is for sale. This Cadillac had a repaint in 1965 of it's original color of cadet blue with black top and fenders. Still shines and presents beautifully. Runs and drives excellent. Rarely seen 2 dr. sedan with only one rear quarter window, optional dual rear mounted spare tires and trunk that contains 2 identicle suitcases. Crystal bud vases, rear window shades with tassel pulls. Converted to 6 volt electric fuel pump, but original vacume pump and pressure knob are still on car. 132 inch wheel base, 314 c.i.d. V-8 flathead engine, 3 speed manual transmission. 33 inch tires on demountable steel rims, bolted to 24 inch (i think)wooden spoke wheels. A large automobile that gets pleanty of attention. I won a best of show at our local Wed. night car show, last fall. Call me with any questions you may have at 248-802-7924 (cell). I live in Waterford Michigan, just 6 miles West of Pontiac. My name is Gary I traded my 1947 Lincoln V-12 show car plus $5,000. cash for this Cadillac. I have $38,400. invested in it. I will accept $32,500. for this car, as I have my heart set on buying an antique electric car next.
  2. I just joined the AACA and HCCA. I have been a member of both Model T national clubs and own several antique and classic cars. After seeing Jay Leno's 1909 Baker electric and photos of other early electric cars, I intend on purchasing one of these cars. They look like a blast to own and drive and being born and raised in Detroit, I think I would prefer a Detroit Electric from about 1914 to 1920 something. I want one that has been completely restored, as I am all done restoring cars at my age. I just saw a photo of Jack Beatty's 1916 Detroit Electric at a show and fell in love with his. Jack lives close to me and I will contact him to see if he knows of any for sale. I would appreciate any leads to such a car. I have posted a 1926 Cadillac Brougham on the Cadillac forum that I could trade or buy the Detroit Electric outright.