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  1. This is true. At some time in the past, I saw a copy of the Buick factory service bulletin containing this advice. BTW Bon Ami is not the same as Ajax and other more abrasive cleaners.
  2. Bucket, there is at least one pic of the interior in each of the four separate ads. Here's links to the four ads: 1921 Studebaker Light 6 touring car 1928 Lincoln Model 147A seven-passenger sedan 1931 Plymouth PA Deluxe Sport Roadster 1929 Model A Ford Tudor To reiterate, I am not the seller. If you desire any further info, please call Harry at the number given in each listing.
  3. This Lincoln is very solid mechanically (I rebuilt the engine and went through the car mechanically). The car's serial number is 49600. The 147A seven-passenger sedan body was built by the Murray company. 1,023 were built in 1928 which was the last year they were made. I purchased the car in California from an ad in the AACA magazine and I believe the car spent all of its life in California prior to my acqusition. I know it was used in at least one movie: "The Kansas City Masacre." Numerous spares and literature come with this vehicle. Note damage to rear f
  4. SparkEE, please understand I am posting this info for the seller and what info I provide is all I have. If you wish to have your question addressed, I strongly suggest you give Harry a call, as I don't think he's as computer-centric as many of us are.
  5. This Model A needs everything but in all honesty, it is a parts car that could not be restored economically. It is basically all there with an older professionally-rebuilt engine. Body is not original to the car but is an early '28 body as evidenced by the body-mounted taillight provision. Nice 21" wheels with unworn lugbolt tapers. Make an offer on this car. Car is located near downtown Atlanta, in the O4W area, if you're familiar with the city.Car is located near downtown Atlanta, in the O4W area, if you're familiar with the city. This car has to go to a new owner.
  6. This Plymouth was restored by Leo Gephart and I bought it at auction in Auburn. It has sidemounts, trunk rack, rumble seat, wind wings and other options. It is a good driver, however, it has been sitting for a while and needs the early hydraulic brakes overhauled plus woken-up from sitting for several years. $28,000 or best offer. Car is located near downtown Atlanta, in the O4W area, if you're familiar with the city. This car has to go to a new owner. Contact Harry at (404) 234-3506.
  7. 1921 Studebaker Light 6 touring that is basically a very well-preserved HPOF car. Needs a little work to get running again. $12,000 or best offer. Car is located near downtown Atlanta, in the O4W area, if you're familiar with the city. This car has to go to a new owner. Contact Harry at (404) 234-3506.
  8. OK, I just spoke to Harry and I will be posting my pics and copying and pasting the info he has provided into four separate listing starting now.
  9. I've just sent out pics of the Model A, the Stude, and the Plymouth. If anyone else is interested, PM me your email address.
  10. Cars are located near downtown Atlanta, in the O4W area, if you're familiar with the city. If Harry gives me permission to post my photos, I will do so.
  11. Folks, Harry needs to move these cars and is the very definition of a motivated seller. If you have any interest in any or all of them, please contact him. The Model A is rather rough, but the other three cars are very nice pieces. I visited him a few weeks back (he's local to me and has been a friend for many decades) and took a number of pictures. If anyone is sincerely interested, PM me with which cars you wish to see more of and your email address and I'll send you the photos I have.
  12. LOL. I was 60 when I drove my Tudor back from Oregon. And I'd do it again tomorrow....
  13. Oh, my goodness, the stories I could tell about the "restoration work" I've seen that was done by well-known and very expensive shops...
  14. FWIW, the guy's real name is Ryan Thibeault. While I admit he's having a great trip, IMO folks are making too much of the fact that this is a largely stock car. In Oct 2014, I drove a bone-stock 1930 Tudor from McMinnville, Oregon, back to Atlanta, without much of an issue. Since it was a forty-plus year old restoration that had only accumulated a bit more than 1,500 miles since being finished, I did have to replace the rock-hard water pump seal the first night out and the overcharging generator (nearly 15 amps at cruising speed!) failed one day away from home. (I was too lazy to adjust the
  15. Basically, that's true for me. Although I have owned automatic trans cars, it's because they were either given to me or purchased for one of our kids. Never have used one for my daily driver. One of the best things about my ex is she wouldn't drive an auto trans car either. Took me six months to find my recently-purchased VW Jetta TDI daily driver, as only about 15% of those cars were manuals.
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