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  1. Art and his wife Jane are alive and well living in Maine. Last time I spoke to Jane, Art was well . He is one of the great sources of Packard knowledge and once a great source of nicely made hard to find Packard parts. I have always enjoyed my interactions with Art over the years and his spot at Hershey was always one of my first planned stops. I will never forget visiting him at the home and shop in Pennsylvania and being overwhelmed with the collection of Packard and Duesenberg stuff laying about both inside and outside. I wish I had learned from Art one half of what he knew about classic c
  2. Fran is retired and living with his wife in Chicago. He closed his shop 2 years ago. I purchased all of Frans inventory. He will always be remembered by those that knew him and of him as a MASTER of his art! He has more Pebble Beach wins than anyone I know and as far as I know he never missed a deadline. Restored more Duesenbergs that any one alive. All of us who had the priveledge of knowing him consider it an honor to be included in his circle of friends. I will never forget the first day I met him some 40 years ago and he insisted I get over to where he was working and assist him while he
  3. Would appreciate help to identify this set of 17" lock ring wire wheel. On ebay now as item # 333772129571. They are mounted with 7:50 x 17" tires. They are lock ring wheels and all the lock rings are in place and in good condition. The bolt pattern is a 7 lug on 7" centers. The opening for the hubcap is 7 1/2 inches. My Hollanders shows that these will fit a 31 and 32 REO, I believe Royale, they may fit other cars as well. Any help to identify appreciated.
  4. Hi Paul, I am restoring a 38 12 Packard and would like to buy this unit. Can you please call me at 217 778 1425 or if you prefer I can call you, Thanks, Allen
  5. Members 48 19 posts Report post Posted 1 minute ago I have about 200 old Buick Bugle's, The official publication of the Buick Club of America. It is not a complete collection but mostly all there from as early as 1971 up to 1993. I will give them to someone who would like them. They can be picked up in person or will ship for the cost of shipping. I have enjoyed these for many years but no longer have vintage Buicks in my collection, no room to store. Must take all of
  6. I have about 200 old Buick Bugle's, The official publication of the Buick Club of America. It is not a complete collection but mostly all there from as early as 1971 up to 1993. I will give them to someone who would like them. They can be picked up in person or will ship for the cost of shipping. I have enjoyed these for many years but no longer have vintage Buicks in my collection, no room to store. Must take all of them. You can call me if interested , Allen at 217 778 1425. Located in Central Illinois.
  7. Thanks for your interest but car has been sold, Allen
  8. Barn fresh 1931 Cadillac V12 rumble seat coupe, ripe for restoration. This jewel has survived poor storage in a machine shed for many years but is a remarkably complete and original example of an extremely rare car. Original V12 drivetrain, interior and sheet meatal. Painted over original paint. Some rust in lower doors but not bad. Doors hang well and do not sag when opened. Overall solid wood with some weak areas in golf door. Have not attempted to turn engine over. Not missing any major parts that I am aware of. Beautiful dash and gauges. Asking 37,500, call me at 217 778 1425 for honest d
  9. I am restoring a V16, are these for sale? Please call me at 217 778 1425 or send message, Thanks, Allen
  10. In 1915 Carl Fisher drove this custom Packard 3-38 roadster as the Pace car for the 1915 Indy 500 race. Here is the car at the start of the race , the next photo is the same car on the Indy track in 2016
  11. 1936 Packard Su8 with one off Rollston Stationary Victoria body in the back yard of Bayard Baddenhausen in 1946
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