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  1. It's the coupe with rumble seat rather than a trunk. Coupes are not victorias it will seat two up front and two in rumble seat. Yes this is a VERY solid car.
  2. Time to sell this car as I need space in the shop, and I already have another that I drive. This car would be great for restoration or customizing. Motor needs rebuilt. All metal is fantastic. Wood is as good as any 87 year old car would be. Most all parts and chrome are there but some can be in tough shape as any 87 year old car. Start a great project today ! Jesse Combs was interested in this car before her untimely death. Located in Norfolk Nebraska. Asking less than I paid for it 15 years ago. $10,000. or solid offer. I also have a set of extra fenders for a model 60 that are top notch, ri
  3. I'm wanting to do this on my 1933 series 66. Is there a chance of drilling too far when getting the pin out ?
  4. First time in a parade on the Fourth after finishing the outside of the car this last month.
  5. my 62 wildcat needs new rubber and metal stripon the brake pedal and the the parking brake would be nice also. Anyone know of someone who sells these?
  6. does anyone know of a replica power brake pedal for 62 full size cars. mines worn out and looks bad. Red interior so the pedal is supposed to be red along with a crome strip
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