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  1. They're not as rare as barn-find Duesenbergs, but they're pretty rare. There are incomplete rust buckets advertised for as much as $50K-plus. What I've mostly seen are finished cars for $100K and up, or cars that will cost much in excess of $100K to restore. Be patient, and good luck.
  2. What size is the McLaughlin? If it's a small series, then your Series 90 parts stash isn't going to help that much. It's hard to help you without photos, but how about offering $1000 as an opener?
  3. egor

    1950 Cadillac

    I've seen this car advertised before. I believe the owner was asking $26K. Not everyone's looking for a sedan, but certainly a great car for the price.
  4. Clean car. Slap on some stock wheel covers and drive the ultimate sleeper. The lack of PS, PB, and AC will affect its sale more than the mods, I think.
  5. I need to move my '71 Eldorado (224") from Dayton, Nevada to Port Orchard, WA. Enclosed transport. Flexible dates, May 15-July 15.
  6. Put it on the Cadillac forum, you'll get stares...and offers. Good price for a '59.
  7. Looks like a low-mileage car. Can you enlighten us?
  8. I checked Google Images to be sure, and they have a one-piece hood, but open from the side. I don't think they went to front-opening hoods until much later, maybe when the V8 came out in 1953? The '40 Super sedans are handsome cars. You're looking to buy one?
  9. So, your price is $75K? I doubt anyone would be willing to pay $85K if the Mercury doesn't sell first after you indicate that you'd accept $75K under certain conditions.
  10. The white dash is pretty off-putting, but it is a rare and desirable body style, right up there with the Sedanette. Asking price is a reasonable point of departure for negotiation. If it's a sedan runner, sure, $4K all day, but it's a Riviera. If I was still in California, I'd be taking a look.
  11. 35 mph will sound like the comfort zone on any '37 Special due to the gearing, but they can safely go faster. My '38 (same gearing) would sound stressed at 50, then smooth out at 60. If you put the pedal to the floor and 35 mph is all you get, then you've got problems.
  12. $10.5K is a good price if it can run, maybe a great price. The "sheet rock contractor" comment is curious, but when you buy a 66-year-old car for a comparatively low price, you have to assume there's some bondo/rust involved. Absolutely worth a look. It won't last long.
  13. You've got a sweet car. You shouldn't have a problem finding a shop that can fix the brakes. The parts are readily available, and brake technology didn't change much for a long time. The sooner you get this great old car running and you start to enjoy it with your family, the more you'll be motivated to learn more, and the sooner you'll realize what a gem you have! Please join BCA, and also consider joining the 36-38 Buick club. They often have meets in your general area.
  14. It's worth $500, and I'll kindly take it off your hands! Seriously, any model coupe is considered a preferred body style, and the '38's are exceptional cars. There should be a rubber floor mat in the front rather than carpeting. If it runs well and your evaluation isn't overly rosy, it's worth, at minimum, $10,000, maybe considerably more. The fact that it's a one-family car won't matter to most buyers, and with a car that old, certainly not any guarantee of condition. Let's see some pics!
  15. Very cool. Nice long-range cruiser, and the AC and paint color are appreciated by those of us in the hot, dusty West! Good luck.