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  1. Thank you for your comments. I can confirm that there is no bondo on the car, and there is no evidence of any bodywork either. There is also no rust through. The magnet was applied to those areas and it sticks with no issues. The rear quarters are original to the car. Thank you!
  2. More information and photos are here: https://badapplerides.com/auction-list/ Thank you
  3. Very cool and quite unique 1961 Studebaker Lark Convertible for sale. It is believed to be all original and everything is in working condition with exception of the clock on the dash (unless we don't know how to operate it...haha).The Studebaker runs and drives nicely and comes with original Skybolt 6 112 HPIt has automatic transmissionIt features original Flamingo colorAs mentioned all of the gauges workAll of the lights workWipers, horn, radio and original heater works!The power top works and close nicelyThere are some knicks and paint bubbling but there is really no rust to spea
  4. Cushmans were sold. The Mustang is still available
  5. Hello: Listing these beautiful Cushman bikes and Mustang Stallion bike for one of our client. Please visit our site for more info on these cool bikes: https://badapplerides.com/auction-list/ Thank you.
  6. Hello: Listing these beautiful Cushman bikes and Mustang Stallion bike for one of our clients. For more information, please visit our site https://badapplerides.com/auction-list/ Thank you.
  7. Dear AACA Members: I am AACA member and owner of Bad Apple Rides (badapplerides.com), which I created to serve as fun, easy and flexible platform to sell or buy classic or unique vehicles auction style. Badapplerides.com is now operational, and I am excited to offer our services to AACA community. We offer personalized approach, flexible listing strategy and very competitive pricing. I am looking forward to serve AACA community. We love and appreciate referrals and are always happy to answer any questions. Ride Safe, Martin Owner
  8. 1962 MG MGA Mark II CoupeIn my opinion, the late 50's and early 60's MGs have one the coolest designs out there especially coupes!I have acquired this coupe from a gentleman who owned this one for more than 25 years! It is a driver, but not a show car.There were only 26 1962 MG MGA coupes that were destined for US market! So yes, it is somewhat a rare car. It is numbers matching car (VIN and body), but the engine was upgraded to 64' MG MGB 1800cc engine, which, according to my research, is quite a rare engine too as well as very common upgrade for MGA.It is practically rust free and solid car
  9. Hello...yes, the car is located in Houston....I will update the ad as well. Thank you for bringing that up.
  10. 1965 Plymouth BarracudaThis is my second Barracuda that I have pleasure owning. It is definitely NOT a show car, but it is a solid driver and has very minimal surface rust (not rot or rust through!)Specs are below:I was told that the mileage on the car is correct at 35K, but I do not have proof and the title will read Exempt due to the car ageHas correct VIN number on the drivers' door door post and factory tag in the engine bayAll the chrome and insignia are correct, presentable and on the carThe undercarriage is solid and still has original undercoating that has peeled of at places273 2bbl E
  11. Ok, thank you sir. Will do and will look into the other valve options....
  12. Thank you for all replies. Much appreciated!
  13. Good Afternoon:I have recently acquired 1959 Edsel Ranger 2 door sedan (never had this car before), which is pretty stock with Economy 6 cylinder engine - also all stock. When I started the car the other day, I noticed a slight coolant leak/drip from the top of the valve, which I assume is manual heater control valve (or not) but I am not sure. (Photo is below/ attached below). I do not believe this is a drain valve is one of the heater hoses is directly connect to the valve itself. Does anyone know if this is, in fact, heater control/shut off valve and what would be an easy fix except
  14. Good Afternoon:I have recently acquired 1959 Edsel Ranger 2 door sedan (never had this car before), which is pretty stock with Economy 6 cylinder engine - also all stock. When I started the car the other day, I noticed a slight coolant leak/drip from the top of the valve, which I assume is manual heater control valve (or not) but I am not sure. (Photo is below/ attached below). I do not believe this is a drain valve is one of the heater hoses is directly connect to the valve itself. Does anyone know if this is, in fact, heater control/shut off valve and what would be an easy fix except
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