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  1. The cars are all junk anyway, none will be missed especially the pathetic new GTO and G8. Saturn is another brand they should kill.
  2. In the RM auctions web site shows they were sold separetly. Fiesta $243k Eldorado $162k Skylark $135k
  3. Hello everyone, I've decided to sell my 1953 Olds Fiesta on Ebay, by coincidence just before Christmas <img src="http://forums.aaca.org/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" /> . I'll be taking photos of the car this week and I am looking to start the auction on December 7th. Again it is the super rare 1953 Fiesta Convertible. The car is a project car, most of the bodywork is done and so is all the chrome plating. This was a rotisserie restoration from the ground up. This is probably the last project Fiesta you will be able to get you hands on. RM auctions sold one in September for $245,000
  4. I was surprised the Fiesta brought more money than the Eldorado. The Eldorado always brought more than the Fiesta even though the Fiesta is rarer. Steve, is this Fiesta that you talked listed for sell at this Otis Chandler auction? That is definitely great news for those who have 1. Anyone knows for sure how many are left? I hear about 35.
  5. Thank you Glenn. I appreciate your reply. I asked if anyone saw it because I thought maybe there was something special about this Fiesta.
  6. I heard RM Auctions sold a 53 Fiesta at their annual Michigan auction for $243k. I checked their auction results at their web site and it also says $243k. Did anyone see the car? I know they ussually go for in the low 100s for a nice restored car but $243 sounds very high.
  7. I would like to know how many 1953 Oldsmobile Fiesta exist today. I read on a website the number is 31. Can anyone verify that?
  8. I am missing the washer bottle for my Olds and the person who's selling does not know for sure if it is for a 53, can anyone help? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1953-OLDS...581679320QQrdZ1
  9. You said the magic word "dream rides", I don't think anyone would give up their dream just because of high gas prices. The only way the high gas prices effected me so far is that I don't drive over 65 on my Escalade anymore.
  10. Thanks Paul, I wonder if they can tell me if the engine that's on the car is the original.
  11. I called the GM Heritage Center and the recording said they only pretty much decode the VIN number for 72 and older Olds. I think that's a waste of money, if I put my VIN number on this forum I am sure to get some replies with the decoding at no charge. Is it worth spending the $25? Did anyone here get anything else other than a simple VIn decode?
  12. your best bet is to go visit their shop and see the work they've done. Don't let pretty and fancy ads fool you. If you are in the Ft Lauderdale area I can recommend you a great restoration shop, their work is to perfection but it is costly, at least you can be sure you won't be disapointed when they are done.
  13. Showroom quality is showroom quality nothing less. That is a rip off. I must say for a showroom quality paintwork $4500 is very cheap.
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