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kmstrade

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  1. yes, appreciate the posting. There will be alot more interest generated with photos of each project.
  2. I am curious whatever happened to the Kissel
  3. Looks like a great collection..a photo of one will help stir interest.
  4. i think worth it but regardless many on this site can help also reference body style, correct carb etc etc
  5. Hello, think about joining the stutz club. stutzclub.org also perhaps post some photos. thanks, keith
  6. thanks for the great photo of the Auburn Beauty Six dealer and the Stutz.
  7. thanks, if i can find an Auburn Beauty Six motormeter after years of looking i am sure we will find the motormeter for you and or the insert. Keith
  8. i will share with a FB site i started also. If you have a photo of the original one you saw on ebay please advise. Good luck
  9. ha ha...no laughing matter. good luck. over the years i have found the impossible. one never knows what needed parts are still out there.
  10. owner is a nice guy. they are willing to accept offers. headlights and radiator cannot be found. i do not know about if engine is complete.
  11. I seem to think Dave Reeder also purchased a Bulldog and perhaps 3 in total. I cannot remember. Will be interesting to see where the pricing goes on this 1919. Recent auctions for many 1920s makes this year as been more beneficial to buyers. Keith
  12. i hope the purchase was made. Holliers are interesting makes.
  13. that is a beauty. the spare and the wire wheels are spectacular, keith
  14. My 1924 suburban had a Fisher aluminium body
  15. i think a great project. Difficult and a pain i am sure for the spouse to take these photos. Key would be a engine block photo since i see engine parts hanging on the wall. confirm the jump seats, glass for windows, curtain shades are there etc. a very very solid project. also would be nice to know for a potential buyer if nuts and bolts are labeled in cans and fit what part of the car. if all loose reference bolts then more of a challenge.
  16. it is a great looking Stutz and was a great price at the garage sale. $16000 still fair but as stated the engine status is unknown. The interior and the matching color of the wheels are not stock. Not big value for the body style but like most here we would love to have it.
  17. much better shape that a 24 suburban i sold years back. i do like it also.
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