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  1. @Terry Bond We do not have the Turkey Red Cards. We do have a set of Abdulla cigarette cards though.
  2. We have an almost complete set of the 1953 Bowman Antique Autos series of trading cards. They are a really neat set of cards that have illustrations on the front and a 3D illustration on the back to be used with red/blue 3D glasses, see examples attached. We are missing the following: 9 - Gaeth, 10 - Alco, 11 - Chadwick Racer, 18 - Lancia, and our number 19 - Benz Racer is damaged. If anybody has these missing cards and would like to donate them we would greatly appreciate your help in completing our set. Thanks.
  3. Thanks for that. This photo was in the 1941 file and I was more curious about the guy to really look into whether it was the right year or not. We will re-file this in its correct place.
  4. We have this photo in the library of a 1941 Lincoln Continental and the reverse is stamped "courtesy Paramount Studios" and we were wondering who the guy is. Possible actor?
  5. We've slashed some prices this year. All $10 items have been moved to the $5 area and the $2 items are now $1. Watch the video below for a sneak preview.
  6. It's Spring cleaning time and The AACA Library is having a 50% off sale for most of its Buy It Now items in its ebay store. There are close to 3,000 items in this sale including photos, books, sales literature, shop manuals, and more. Auction format items are not included in this sale.
  7. The Golfs/Rabbits are still being made as well. The Passat was called the Dasher in the US back then and that is still going strong as well.
  8. We try. Thanks for appreciating it.
  9. That's good news. Just to let you know though the library is open Monday-Saturday 8-4pm (we're closed on Sundays) We will be closed for the next few Saturdays though due to the holiday season. Check our website, facebook page, or give us a call (717-534-2082) ahead of time to make sure we will be open on a Saturday.
  10. This idea is very similar to how wikipedia and other wiki's work. For as much gripes as wikipedia gets for not being a trustworthy source because of public submissions, there are a bunch of checks and balances within their system and incorrect facts get replaced usually within minutes. It may not ever replace a hard line reference, but it is a great starting point for research.
  11. Hey Richard, we have a copy in the AACA library. I've attached a pdf of the article here for you. Enjoy. Cars & Parts 2010 May - Last Squarebird.pdf
  12. Do you have any old suits to donate? Our video budget is very low, ha.
  13. The Standard Catalog of American Cars states that "(For 1928 Pontiacs) Serial numbers were on the right side of the rear frame cross-member or on the frame under the left front fender. Starting: 204001-28. Ending: 334005-28. Motor numbers were on the left side of the crank case or near the left front corner of the block. Starting: 220001. Ending: P376340 (apporximate). All cars built in Pontiac, Mich." For 1928.5 Pontiacs - "serial numbers were on the rear frame cross-member or under the left front fender. Starting: 334006. Ending: 410100. Engine numbers were on the left side of the crank case or near the left front corner of the block. Starting: P376341. Ending: P461000 (apporximate). All cars built in Pontiac, Mich."
  14. New promotional video for our Yard Sale. This year we parodied the new jumanji movie trailer out later this year. Hope to see everybody there.