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  1. I know Jerry, bought parts from him throughout the years. Really nice guy.
  2. 15 years ago this would have gone for hundreds of dollars, what a shame.
  3. Looking to sell a 1930 Ford Model A Roadster that has been sitting in a garage for at least 20 years. The previous owner was John Matchefts, an Olympic hockey player from the 50's. This car had a restoration done on it many years ago before getting parked, and is still in really nice shape (not perfect, but nice). It starts up and runs great, brakes work well, clutch is good. Comes with side curtains and a binder full of receipts from the 70's-80's. Looking for $18,000. The forum only allows a few photos due to their size, happy to send additional photos upon request. Located in Minneso
  4. Interesting that Hagerty doesn't disclose what years "millenials" are getting quotes on. Are they getting quotes on "classics" from the 60's and 70's? Also, quotes don't mean they are buying or HAVE cars, many of them could be just window shopping. A more interesting metric would be how many policies were issues to millenials, and for what year ranges. That is FAR more telling than this fluff piece. If anyone thinks millenials are going to carry the torch of collecting pre-50's cars, they're delusional. This article is pretty eye opening: https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/cars/2016/0
  5. Full disclosure, these are mine, pulled out of an old dealership many years ago: Ebay Link
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