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About Carlton

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  • Birthday 03/08/1968

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    Gran Canaria, Canary Island. Spain
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    Classic and vintage cars.

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  1. I would appreciate any info to identify this Cylinder Head. Thank you
  2. Thank you very much for the info.
  3. I would appreciate any info about the valuation range of the 1933 Buick Series 68C, Convertible Phaeton. A friend of mine owns the one in the pictured that belonged to his father that passed away, and have no references of the value of his car. It’s a 15 years old restauration. It has been well mantained, and the engine has been fully rebuilt with very low miles since. 183 units of 1933 68C Con. Phaeton, were built. ( As American cars Standar catalog ) Thank you very much for any info.
  4. Hi, I’m trying to find an exhaust manifold in good condition for a 1931 Buick Series 90. I would appreciate any help to find it. Thank you. Regards Mario
  5. I would like contact with the owner of this 1916 Cadillac Type 53 pick up, sold at Hershey 2017 Bonhams Auction. Perhaps the owner is a member of this forum. Thank you very much for any info Regards MD
  6. AC K9 spark plug are not longer available. Any spark plug recommendation for a 1936 Plymouth P2 de Luxe. Thank you Carlton
  7. Thank you very much for your kind words. It is true that has not been really easy to restore the car to this level here in Gran Canaria, Canary Island, and many parts like the interior wood trimming and the chrome work was restored in England UK. The car has been in my family from 1976 and I did a nut and bolt restoration in memory of my father that sadly passed away and this Carlton Chrysler was his toy.
  8. Again on the road my 1936 Chrysler after almost 8 years of a full restoration process. The body was made by the " Carlton Carriage Ltd " in London, UK. finished in aluminum. It´s a RHD 3 position Convertible Drophead Coupe. MD
  9. Good afternoon I would really appreciate if any body can help me to identify the year of this Cadillac VIN & Engine number A 42433 Find attached a plaque picture Thank you very much in advance Regards Mario
  10. Thank you very much for your reply Regards MD
  11. I would really apreciatte if any body knows the name, or the references of this 1933 Chevy two colours paint . ( pictured ) I think that both colours are original from Chevrolet. I have seen it on internet, and perhaps I will respray my 33 Master Roadster, in this colour combination, if I find the paint name or references. The car of the picture has like a burgundy red line, between both main colours. Any body knows if this line is correct from the factory Thank you very much in advance for any help.
  12. 3 position is the soft top style, because it can be: Fully close Half open, ( only the roof on top of the front seats rolls and is open, while the back is close ) Fully open, with all the roof open.
  13. Yes I still have the 1936 Chrysler of the avatar picture. It is a 3 position Drophead Coupe body, finished in aluminum. The body was made & designed by the " Carlton Carriage Ltd " in Great Britain. I´m just finishing it, after a five years nut and bolt restoration. The attached picture is from a week ago. The avatar picture was taken just before starting the restoration. We are still working in the soft top, and also needs fitted the rear luggage grill in the back, and other small details. Before the end of the year, I hope to drive it again.
  14. This is my 1931 Opera Coupe series 80-86 Straight 8 , 90 Type engine. She is very smooth on the road. Regards from Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. Spain