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  1. FYI , while I believe that Irving S Gilmore did have a car collection, it was Donald Gilmore,a brother , that started the Gilmore Car Museum.
  2. My favorite car ever. Was there in 1987 as it was unveiled in those colors at the first CCCA experience. I was 11. Made a huge impression on me.
  3. you should simply reply with your flow chart directing him to a late model vette, mustang, etc.
  4. That is the 734 in the ccca museum on the Gilmore campus. Behind it is the ramp to the “c” barn
  5. https://www.swnewsmedia.com/chanhassen_villager/news/local/land-of-10-000-classic-cars/article_d2a82fd6-7bd2-527d-ae06-72a1be48c4bd.html
  6. 1938-75 convertible sedan is on my short-list. I found an article that says that the 41-62 coupe was restored in 2014. with no reservation and at Mecum, it might be a very good deal.
  7. Your first post said coupe or convertible. https://www.mecum.com/lots/FS1020-440762/1941-cadillac-series-62-coupe-deluxe/ Some additional photos: https://www.sunsetclassics.com/1941-cadillac-series-62-deluxe-coupe/ no reserve, so it will be interesting to see what it goes for.
  8. Totally agree. If the headlights are not flat, the ancillary lights should not be flat. It is amazing how many cars of the mid to late 1930s have Senior Trippes. Looks so out of place, to me. But I love the silver arrow
  9. Was the 37-75 in your photo owned in the Chicago area in the 1990s through 2010 ish ? I remember an article about it in either the ccca torque or maybe the clc magazine.
  10. You just missed a 1947 convertible at RMs auburn auction. It went for mid thirties. They also have what appears as a nice yellow one still for sale, asking $71k.
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