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  1. Yes these are Don Dickey's cars (still has a dash plaque with his name on them), but I didn't get them at his estate auction. A local guy did, and sold them to another man who brought them back to life. From what I can tell, they were driven regularly until the mid 70's, and then saw limited activity. Sedan is in better shape than the coupe, but overall both are something. I am curious about the life story of the sedan. Urban legend has it that a funeral home was the orignal owner, and used it as a procession vehicle, and that's why it has been high and dry with such low miles. JB, any truth t
  2. I am selling both of my 1942 Zephyr's...both survivor cars, a 3 window coupe and a 4 door sedan. Both in incredible original condition. Listing on EBAY that expires Oct 16. Don't know if the link will work, but I'll try. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Zephyr-3-window-coupe_W0QQitemZ250037696170QQihZ015QQcategoryZ6306QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
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