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Roj

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About Roj

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  • Birthday 03/03/1966

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  • Interests:
    1953 Corvette Prototype
    1954 Corvette prototype
    McFarland 1923
    Lexington 1917
    Buick 1930, 1931
    Corvettes 1 (53's) 3(54)'s 2(55's)

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  1. I sold one last year for $5,500 that did run, the motors on these things are like a Swiss watch, they are easy to start and run well. Get it running and you should be able to get around $5,500 to $6000
  2. I have a use for it if you don't want it, I'm not that far from you and would gladly pick it up.
  3. I agree, I don't want to buy it, but I'm close to the auction and I would like to see it go to a forum member, versus it being a hot rod or go over seas. No offense to the Hot Rod group, it's a pretty nice rare car, not perfect by any means, but neither am I.
  4. Not sure I can buy it for you, but I will help someone else buy it, I have enough with the Lexington and the 2 Buick's to keep me out of trouble, plus I'm looking at 4 more Lexington's to purchase.
  5. If anyone is interested in the car, I am going to go to the auction, PM me and I will bid for you/ no charge and you just have to tell me how much you would want to bid.
  6. Thanks, I appreciate it. It will be nice to have it on 4 wheels.
  7. Greg, Although it does look like I am striking out a lot, actually I have had very good luck. I have purchased a windshield frame for the car, in process of purchasing two more Lexington's, a 1917 and 1920 and have a lead on 2 more. Several people have called, emailed, or written me with help, all because of this forum.
  8. Mike did you ever find pictures of those wheels???
  9. Mike, Ever get those pictures together??
  10. rroberts@aircommfg.com pictures will be great.
  11. Have you had a chance to get to the wheels?
  12. Yes I would be interested in it. My email is rroberts@aircommfg.com
  13. I agree, this is a car that was left for dead, I'm from 1/2 from where it was produced and I wanted it. Will I be upside down on it after I restore it. Honestly I don't care, I want to do it and want to save the car, so all I am doing is asking guys for parts and help. I don't expect anything for free, and hope I can find all the parts I need to get it going again. Any help is appreciated!
  14. Thank you, it's a fun project, and I'm happy to have it.
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