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  1. The Buick is pushed back up against the wall, so it's kind of hard to get a picture. The missing sheet metal is part of the fender. ("repaired, all metal, no filler, in primer.") The fender covers the place where there is no sheet metal. The last picture shows it in best detail.
  2. Yes, it would be possible to see it. The owner is willing to part with it for $4000.
  3. So tucked in a back corner of the shop is a 1928 Buick, serial number 1927382. I'm wondering if there is a way to save it. It is a complete car. The owner did or had a lot of the mechanical work done and was driving it until he took it apart to replace some of the wood. He had 3 of the fenders repaired, all metal, no filler, in primer. So there sits this huge old Buick. I understand even restored it's not worth a lot. Is it worth anything to anybody? Does anyone have any suggestions what to do with this. It would be wonderful if someone completed the restoration, but is it worth it? Car is lo
  4. Let us know if you are interested, (916) 806-8068, vehiclesales@calautomuseum.org<textarea id="adlesse_unifier_magic_element_id" style="display: none;"></textarea>
  5. [TABLE] <tbody>[TR] [TD] Offered for Sale by the California Automobile Museum$25,000This very nice 1930 Ford Model A Roadster is a great solid vehicle. It looks to have been well maintained and is a fantastic driver.This Roadster presents nicely in its Gray paint. The pin striping is in great shape and adds a nice touch to the Ford. The passenger door does have a small spot near the handle that has some damage that was repaired as well as on the door frame (pictured). The rest of the vehicle seems to be very solid and rust free. The black paint on the fenders does have a nice shine to i
  6. [TABLE] <tbody>[TR] [TD] Offered for Sale by the California Automobile Museum $8500 This well cared for convertible Chrysler TC by Maserati is in fantastic condition. It has a rebuilt 2.2 liter 16 valve dual overhead cam intercooled and turbocharged engine.ExteriorThis TC presents extremely well. The paint is in great condition and has a very nice shine to it. The body panels are all straight and solid. As you can see by the pictures the soft convertible top is in great shape as well. The glass throughout the vehicle is in good shape and does not have any cracks. The lenses on the TC
  7. This beautiful, rust free old Buick is currently at the California Automobile Museum in Sacramento, CA, and is offered for sale for $19.900. You can see pictures on the museum website or call John at 916 806-8068 http://www.camcarsales.com/1939_Buick_Special%20Series%2040_Sacramento_CA_220793107.veh [TABLE] <tbody>[TR] [TD=class: td1]The 1939 Buick presents very well. The Acadia Dark Grey paint looks great and has a nice shine to it. It has a touch of brown and metallic in the paint and looks great out in the sunlight. There are 2 blemishes on the finish, one is small scratch on the top
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