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  1. mercer09

    Car Vending Machine 7 stories tall in Indiana

    I was expecting this years ago. Surprised it took so long................
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    Help with my 51 Chevy Wagon

    I have a 51 as well. Nice cars. any questions rdz69@aol.com
  3. 199. returned certified mail rdz69@aol.com
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    L29 CORD CRASH == Frank Lloyd Wright?

    ps regarding millions in repairs, that always happens when the government is involved, no matter how simple the problem.
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    L29 CORD CRASH == Frank Lloyd Wright?

    Well if it was Frank Lloyd Wrong's car the roof probably leaked. Wright's major flaw was that he refused to listen to his help and had an ego as big as a barn. Some of his designs were failures from the start. Falling Water needed millions in "fixes" that could have been avoided if he just listened. The cantilevered patio was in imminent danger of collapse and needed a total rebuild. His junior architects told him that it wouldn't work but he built it anyways. Many of his buildings are ahead of their time but have many leaks and other issues requiring millions of repairs. In fact there is a book about his failures. and yet Fallingwaters still stands when he was told it wouldnt last a year. It is a Masterpiece and if youve never been, you should go. Thank God he didnt listen to the naysayers! 1 cahartley reacted to this
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    Wanted-1935 Ford Phaeton

    also less cars built in 35, coming out of the depression.
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    L29 CORD CRASH == Frank Lloyd Wright?

    cmon Hudsy, Frank was way ahead of his time........................!
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    Big find in the south of France

    only a 21% tax, nice deal.................. LOL
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    Autronic Eye

    i SOLD ONE SEVERAL YRS BACK IN THE SAME CONDITION. nos AND FULLY COMPLETE WITH BOX. iT WAS A VERY LATE 58 AND FOR A bUICK. It brought very good money and paid me back for a cleanout I did, where I would have lost a good bit of money- but the autronic eye popped up and saved the day! fella who bought it, wtd it to make a run of them as reproductions. dont know if that ever happened.
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    1936 Cord 810 Beverly

    so many of these for sale in the 50k plus range lately. Makes me wonder where this mkt is headed? Believe it or not, I had a far harder time finding a westchester then a Beverly, when I bought mine. 5 Beverlys for every Westchester I found. I dont care for the "knapsack". Think it ruins the lines of the car. Obviously my opinion...........
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    1912 olds limited

    I remember one on ebay for around a million about 2 yrs ago- is that the car? was fully restored and beautiful!
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    Big find in the south of France

    bet the stutz brings no more then 15-18k. these cars were just let go for too long.
  13. I had my hands on this car seven days ago..... Is that the one in Hemmings now for 250k?
  14. 450 million paid for Salvatore Mundi by da Vinci and half of the opinions out there consider it a "fake"....................
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    Big find in the south of France

    not so sure Roger................ many need a ton of parts. Easier to start out in Europe with a much nicer car then to try and piece together a lot of rust. shipping is cheap compared with the condition of most of these cars. this is rat rod material.