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  1. 1931 Rolls-Royce Phantom II (237AJS) LHD Keswick Town Car by Brewster 162K 1931 Rolls Royce Phantom II, rare and original Derby built LHD specification, Keswick Town Car by Brewster USA, recently restored, concourse condition, ready to go. History of the car: 1931 Phantom II (237AJS) Keswick Town Car by Brewster was originally bodied as Croydon Convertible Coupe by Brewster owned by J. Cheney Wells, Chief of the American Optical Company. It was one of 125 Derby built,factory original LHD chassis, dedicated to American market. In Aug 1939, the Croydon body
  2. Well no, that would be a real Randell Gremlin. But this one is pretty nice! https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0521-461547/1972-amc-gremlin-x/ Rare Gremlin X 39,016 actual miles Factory 2-barrel car upgraded with a 4-barrel carburetor Air conditioning added Unrestored Owner's manual Buyer's protection plan binder Owner identification card from AMC Window sticker Build sheet Extensive paperwork
  3. Mecum is selling the same car but in Black and automatic. I much prefer the look of this car, but the stick/overdrive would probably lead me to the white car. https://www.mecum.com/lots/SC0521-462335/1957-ford-thunderbird-f-code As always, agreed on the blackwalls. I'm not a big skirt guy, but they look ok on the T-Bird.
  4. Never a huge fan of Nash in the 50s but thought this was a great picture. Car is new or a year old?
  5. Talked to Randy and he confirmed that he thought the pictures were of the Jimmy Walker Murphy towncar.
  6. What a great looking car. Definitely has needs however.
  7. Strange. I have no idea why your posts would have been deleted.
  8. I like coupes and I rarely ever put the top down so it would be fine with me.
  9. That is a horrible advertisement for a very cool car.
  10. We had two Trans Ams. One was a 77 400 four speed, black. Another kid bought a brand new 82, which at the time seemed really cool, but in retrospect I would so much rather have the other kids car. We had one 80 Z28 350 four speed, dark blue with silver. Great color combo - but it was really the kid's dad's car. The other was a black 81 350 automatic. It would have been a stick, but you could no longer get the stick with the 350 in 1981. On my rather long list is this exact car with the 350 stick.
  11. It is RHD. It was in a museum in Florida for years.
  12. Yes. The other car is close in appearance but has side mounts.
  13. King of Afghanistan. on a side note I’m looking for any proof that Jack Warner came within 10 miles of “his” car.
  14. BAT is getting more interesting cars as they take over the online marketplace for selling. I have a W72 Trans Am in my wish list. The W72 is the big boy 400. This car has the L78 400, but is otherwise very cool to me. https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1979-pontiac-trans-am-63/ TAKerry is restoring one of these in this thread: This 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is a 10th Anniversary Edition finished in silver and gray metallic over matching leather. Power is from a 400ci V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission and a limited-sli
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