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  1. We are going overseas to tune-up, start and basically get running the following cars: 1903 Cadillac Model A, 1903 Ford Model A, 1906 Ford N or P, 1906 Ford K 1906 Cadillac Model K, 1907 Ford K, 1948 Tucker. All the cars are suffering from "dis-use-trophy" We will clean all tanks and ready all systems. We do need a wiring diagram for the 1907 Ford K with the 6 short coil set-up. We could use tune-up specs on the Tucker and plug type. Any help, advise, ideas, photo-copies will be greatly appreciated by the facility that owns the cars. None are for sale. Thanks, Ed Fallon www.cavecreekclassics.com

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  2. We are going overseas to tune-up, start and basically get running the following cars: 1903 Cadillac Model A, 1903 Ford Model A, 1906 Ford N or P, 1906 Ford K 1906 Cadillac Model K, 1907 Ford K, 1948 Tucker. All the cars are suffering from "dis-use-trophy" We will clean all tanks and ready all systems. We do need a wiring diagram for the 1907 Ford K with the 6 short coil set-up. We could use tune-up specs on the Tucker and plug type. Any help, advise, ideas, photo-copies will be greatly appreciated by the facility that owns the cars. None are for sale. Thanks, Ed Fallon www.cavecreekclassics.com

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  3. We are going overseas to tune-up, start and basically get running the following cars: 1903 Cadillac Model A, 1903 Ford Model A, 1906 Ford N or P, 1906 Ford K 1906 Cadillac Model K, 1907 Ford K, 1948 Tucker. All the cars are suffering from "dis-use-trophy" We will clean all tanks and ready all systems. We do need a wiring diagram for the 1907 Ford K with the 6 short coil set-up. We could use tune-up specs on the Tucker and plug type. Any help, advise, ideas, photo-copies will be greatly appreciated by the facility that owns the cars. None are for sale. Thanks, Ed Fallon www.cavecreekclassics.com [color:\\"blue\\"]

  4. 1937 Buick Series 80 Custom Brewster Limousine

    Vin # 3027807 Engine 8 cyl. 320.2 120HP. 131? WB.

    Buick?s Art Deco styling of 1937 was substantially revised with a divided grill utilizing horizontal bars, fenders with squared-off ends and extremely graceful streamlined headlight shells. Among Buick?s technical improvements for 1937 was a quieter overhead valve mechanism, ?streamlined? intake valves, a new oil pump and cooling system. The President of Buick was Harlow Curtis and it was this year that Buick delivered its 3,000,000th car.

    This very unusual Series 80 Limousine was Custom Bodied by Brewster and was the only one produced. The late Russ Jackson owned the car for many years. The car is a very solid original with an older repaint. The car runs well and drives very nicely. The car has a divider window, microphone communicator and dual side mounts. It is one-off and a Full Classic and pictured in the "The Classic Car" by Kimes.

    Maybe ask Leo Gephart, Willard Pike or Nellie Jackson.

    Ed Fallon

  5. The Cadillac Single Cylinder Registry "Gathering" in Conjunction with the 52nd Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance will be held in Monterey, CA on August 14th-19th,2002. It is open to all owners of <BR>1-cylinder Cadillacs to celebrate Cadillac's 100th Anniversary. We are planning tours, an authentication clinic as well as other attractions and shows. Contact Ed Fallon<BR>623-465-7246 Fax 623-465-7113 0r go to <A HREF="http://www.cavecreekclassics.com" TARGET=_blank>www.cavecreekclassics.com</A> Deadline June 15,2002.

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