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  1. I called Hemmings Classic Car right after the last issue came out and asked about Jim Richardson's column, the guy told me that Jim would be back in the next issue. If that is the truth we will have to see. Jim's column was the one high point of receiving the magazine, the prewar content is getting smaller and smaller. The magazine will have to improve before I renew my subscription, I started subscribing to Special Interest Autos in 1976. I just received my 1st copy of Crankshaft and I like it. Needless to say, the 21st century truly sucks!
  2. I am still seeking these side mount hubcaps. As a reward for helping me find them, I will fix you up with my ex-wife😵
  3. Can anyone help me find this 1918 Pierce-Arrow truck, the last I knew in 2010 it was in Southern England.
  4. "When better logging trucks are built, Buick will build them"
  5. Still looking for the above side mount hubcaps, Here is a better image of what they look like on a DC-8.
  6. At the present I am seeking two side mount hubcaps for a set of demountable wood wheels that I am attempting to put together for my 1930 Dodge Brothers DC-8. Please see the attached images. If you have a couple please post a picture of them on this thread and I will contact you thru the AACA mail system.
  7. Hello George, I think what you are saying is that we should count our blessings while we have them! My own life has been in the toilet over the past three years and it makes me realize how good it was before! Life will get better if we just keep putting on foot in front of the other in the right direction.
  8. Hello nzcarnerd , The car in your picture is a Pontiac and of coarse a roadster, I don't know those early years but my guess would be 1926 thru 1928. I found an image of the same car in some of my Mother's family pictures, it looks the same to me. I had scanned it years ago and put the info from the back side on the scan. It most likely isn't the same car since they hadn't completed the bridge from the USA to New Zealand until long after WWII.
  9. I need a right front fender bracket for my 1932 Chevrolet. Any leads would be appreciated. Please contact me through the AACA mail system. Thank you.
  10. I need a right front fender bracket for my 1932 Chevrolet. Any leads would be appreciated. Please contact me through the AACA mail system. Thank you.
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