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  • Birthday 01/17/1962

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  1. What's the year and model? (1934, 2-door sedan?) What's the engine? (Buick?)
  2. If the photos are well organized by folder and/or filename you can post them in the gallery here for all to use and enjoy. Alternatively, the AACA library might be able to use them.
  3. Considering the photos already provided I bet they'll not be hard to sell. Make your life simpler by having or getting good titles, and by collecting and providing all the vehicle info upfront. Photos (lots!), description, price, location, etc. I cannot stress this step enough! PRICE: start surfing to get comparative prices from auction sites, etc. Hiring a mechanic to get them back in running condition (if possible) will have the biggest impact on price. Next would be a general cleaning before you take well-lit photos. (no garage photos if possible) DESCRIPTION: Reach out to the respective club's technical advisors, chief judges, or officers, to get some feedback on description and price. Surprising how valuable a phone call can be. Asking here in the forum "what's its worth" is not productive and turns into a circular debate. WHERE TO SELL: This forum is a great (and free) place to start. Post in the for-sale forums. https://forums.aaca.org/forum/14-automobiles-and-parts-buysell/ Also, post then the respective "make" forums. https://forums.aaca.org/forum/59-franklin/ https://forums.aaca.org/forum/61-hudson-essex-terraplane/ https://forums.aaca.org/forum/21-studebaker-erskine-rockne/ Also consider marketing them to the respective clubs (Franklin, Studebaker, Hudson/Essex) Auctions are great, but not sure your cars are suited for that market. Good luck.
  4. Your username is your email. Your password is whatever you set it too. If the username and password are auto filled in for you, dont trust it. Reenter your information to get in.
  5. My daily driver is a T3. In the USA (that's important) their value is all over the place. The fact yours is in Estonia I'm sure will have a huge impact on potential buyers and price. So many variables. Water or Air cooled. Camper or Transport. Condition. Etc. You've already posted your vehicle on the Samba. More exports on VWs there than here - trust their assessment. But the only real way to find its true value is to put it on the market and see what the market will bear.
  6. https://forums.aaca.org/profile/112535-thehandleman/
  7. https://njmt.org https://player.vimeo.com/video/694064508?h=6cb52c2da3&badge=0&autopause=0&player_id=0&app_id=58479
  8. Plymouth Locomotive Works was a US builder of small railroad locomotives. All Plymouth locomotives were built in a plant in Plymouth, Ohio until 1997 when the company was purchased by Ohio Locomotive Crane and production moved to Bucyrus, Ohio in 1999. Production of locomotives has now ceased, and rights to the spare parts business have been sold to Williams Distribution. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plymouth_Locomotive_Works
  9. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plymouth_Locomotive_Works https://americanindustrialmining.com/plymouth-locomotive-works https://plymouthlocomotiveservice.com https://www.american-rails.com/plymouth.html https://www.thehenryford.org/collections-and-research/digital-collections/artifact/210973/
  10. If you want to show your car at the Hershey meet in October you need to do the following: Join the AACA. (aaca.org) Register to attend the meet. Registration packets will be available soon. If you prefer just call the national office, they can walk you through it.
  11. i can speak from experience... car headlights were a safety issue for me. (I was unsafe driving) Cataract surgery was a godsend. Not just for driving but for all vision. The world is brighter, more clear, more colorful... and all those starry headlights are gone. Thank god.
  12. Somewhere between $0 and $1BILLION! (if you want a serious answer then provide photos, condition, completeness, location, etc. Otherwise, you're wasting everyone's time. (including your own)
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