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  1. Here is one of the FB groups where this add was posted (Field and barn finds) https://www.facebook.com/groups/fieldandbarnfinds/permalink/3034447566680071/?sale_post_id=3034447566680071&app=fbl
  2. Great looking 1934 Buick Coupe just offered for sale locally in Floral Park, NY. Its hard to believe that the interior survived in such amazing condition. But even if the upholstery was replaced this Buick looks great. Asking price 34K USD. Not mine
  3. Thank you for your advice. Will post pictures of the crack tomorrow. Piotr
  4. Dear Colleagues, I got an issue about a 340 engine in my 1930 LaSalle Coupe. Huuuuge problem. In 2015 I purchased a fully original and matching numbers LaSalle coming originally from Southern California. If you check on YouTube just "1930 LaSalle Coupe" there is my car in "as found" condition. Since then I done a lot of work on in. All the body work, upholstery, paint, wood etc etc. Engine also. But just latelly, when I started to work on interior details I realised that the block of an engine got an awful crack. And every time when I look on it it seems to be longer and longer. I asked about opinion of several V8 engine specialists here (yes, correct we got some of them in PL too ) and some of them can take this job but nobody could guarantee that this gonna be fixed for more then 1-2 hour ride. Temperature of working engine can destroy their works. And and engine can crack in different place. So, I need an advice. What to do ? Do you think I should put a more modern engine instead? Frankly i did not like resto-mods Any other idea? I really appreciate your advice and comments. Regards Piotr
  5. 1929 Lincoln 7 Passenger Touring Sedan. Nice car but in this condition a bit pricey. Must be a FB member to open this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1937990012945220/permalink/4023419681068899/?sale_post_id=4023419681068899&app=fbl
  6. Good looking 1948 Woody just put for sale in Oregon. Not mine Must be a FB member to open this link https://www.facebook.com/groups/833983836771920/permalink/1525209594316004/?sale_post_id=1525209594316004&app=fbl
  7. Just barn find in NY. Complete and original Super Six. Offered for sale on FB. 6500 USD Not mine Must be a FB member to open that link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/644079435797873/permalink/1796723350533470/?sale_post_id=1796723350533470&app=fbl
  8. Buick 1930 Series 47. Barn find in Pennsylvania. Originally green - repainted years ago - but apart of that looks great. One family car since new. Just surface rust. Needs upholstery. According to the seller the wood is in a good condition (not rotten). 7600 USD Must be a FB member to look at this post. Not mine. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1677047245665110/permalink/4079403238762820/?sale_post_id=4079403238762820&app=fbl
  9. Hello once again, Im still looking for an old WW2 jeep or Dodge closed cab in original condition. Regards. Piotr
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