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  1. Is this the same car? If so, Autotrader/Classic... Not Mine https://classics.autotrader.com/classic-cars/1930/packard/other_packard_models/100931622
  2. Jack, I joined your Facebook group and can access your post on Facebook. Only people who join the Group can see your post - you cannot link that post to this site - because the link is to ALL the posts on that Group forum. I will copy the text of your post here. And I can post some of the pictures here - but not all 26 photos. You will need to answer questions on this forum - because many folks on this forum don't use Facebook, and those that do are not likely to bother trying to join the Facebook Group (AND, the Group moderators only accept people that live in the Northwest). Good l
  3. Did you actually post your info in this Facebook group? Northwest Hot Rod Junk Buy, Sell, Trade Because that is where your latest link goes... Only people in the Northwest can 'try' to join this Facebook Group... If they allow me to join, I'll see if there is a way to upload more info...
  4. I learn a lot from dialogue like this - appreciate the wisdom from both perspectives!
  5. No surprise here... Craigslist says: "This posting has been flagged for removal. "
  6. Not Mine - facebook link - no phone number: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/702906150393124/?ref=product_details&referral_code=undefined and three more pics - curious for a car with such low miles, why the right front is painted black and the left front is custom-spray blue and primer gray.
  7. Not mine --- Here are four pics - more on the site - text says: An absolutely solid car. 90k original miles. Straight Eight cylinder motor. Engine Serial # 305248. Part of my private collection. Running out of room in a 21000 sq foot building so some of my bigger pieces have got to go. Body and frame are great. Chrome is beautiful. Will need interior redone. I have the springs for the seats. It does run!
  8. Wow - this was difficult to find - this link should work: https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/423645295409730/?ref=category_feed&referral_code=undefined Will try to upload a few pics for ease of reference - no phone number must message on Facebook
  9. Wow - sold for $36,000 - little more than I anticipated - Happy New Year all !!!
  10. Naive question... is pot metal prevalent on many 1928-1932 cars (or maybe wider date range)? Did Cadillac do something different to be more of a problem - or is it related to scarcity of parts for certain makes/models? If there is a previous thread, I didn't find it. Thanks!
  11. A little bit more of the car this time, but I'm not in the shot (that's her brother). Fairly confident it is a 1941 Cadillac Series 62 sedan - a friend was chauffeur.
  12. Beautiful car and nice job on the website as well !!
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