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  1. K8096

    Reo Royale

    You should buy that Reo AJ just to get the metal tire covers.
  2. No idea. Ask the expert.
  3. AJ, if you're fixated on the body style of that Stearns, then you could always buy this instead. I'm sure Ed would approve.
  4. K8096


    Don’t think so. I know just about everything prewar desirable up here. When Rodway sold out, a lot of the cars went through Leo Gephart, who was a big time dealer in Dayton in believe.
  5. The new owner can take it to the old strip in Vegas and recreate the chase scene in Diamonds Are Forever, albeit the one in the movie was a year newer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vI85g6KLoQ
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    "Talk about bolting on too much “Bling” .................." That was Al Rodway in a nutshell. Most of his cars were like that. His favorite car was that tan & brown 1928 Cadillac phaeton with dual running board spotlights & Trippe Lights. Here's the car in 1962. It was at Hershey for sale maybe 10 years ago. As you can see from the photo, Al liked to eat too.
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    Al Rodway was the owner then. He would have sold it shortly after this photo was taken as he was out of the hobby by 1970. I believe that was taken at Greenfield Village. It's a 1928 Model G with Merrimac body.
  8. For the Cadillac, 1951 or 1952 62 series sedan is correct. We need to enlarge the photo of the area under the headlight of the car to determine which year. 1951 had a cross hatching pattern while 1952 had a gold V for Cadillac's 50th anniversery.
  9. Both this red one and the green one with wheel dics currently offered for sale came out of the same collection in the Midwest. The red one was sold at the Hershey RM auction 3 years ago for around 200K I believe.
  10. What did this air cleaner come off of? It's labeled 1937 Pontiac, but when I look at photos of 1937 Pontiac engines online they all seem to have a shorter air cleaner on them.
  11. I went to Los Angeles Craigslist and can't find it. Can you post a link?
  12. www.cadillaclasalleclub.org
  13. Here's an interior shot of that roadster.