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  1. Did you also notice the signal lamp indicators on top of the front fenders? I am guessing that was also a pretty rare option. I did see a white '74 Limited in Hemmings last month, had wire spoke caps and seller was asking $7,000. See everybody in Oklahoma next week! Driving my '68 Electra convertible down from Nebr.
  2. This Electra is not mine; I have no interest in it. It is an on-line auction at https://www.adammarshallauction.com/auction/sughroue-online-auction/ The car is located in Holdrege, Nebraska, about 35 miles from my home. I am told it has been in indoor storage since 2006, has not been started. Obviously needs fender extensions, I am unsure if those are readily available or not. The interior photos are very dark, but I am guessing that black-black-black is a fairly rare combination. I am out of room, but would sure love to see this big Limited go to a Buick Club member's garage! The bid is currently at $1775 plus a 10% buyer's premium. Good luck!
  3. I am on the board for the Classic Car Collection in Kearney, Nebraska. This Cadillac was identified as a car that we could sell to help us raise funds to purchase 'Pete's Patriot', and we have that vehicle now in our permanent collection. If you would like to see this beautiful open Cadillac in person (we are right on I-80 in the center of the country), please call fellow board member Al Young at (308) 440-7303. Thank you!
  4. Still looking for a new home for this beautiful Cadillac!
  5. Price has been reduced to $48,500. This Cadillac runs and drives, very sharp 4 door convertible. Please call Al Young to see it (308) 440-7303. Located at the Classic Car Collection in Kearney, Nebraska. Thank you for looking!
  6. This beautiful Pierce Arrow is still for sale, and the price has been dropped to $39,500. Where will you find another for this price? Please call Al Young at (308) 440-7303, he can make arrangements to show it to you. Thanks for looking!
  7. 1926 Pierce Arrow Model 80 It has been in climate-controlled museum for many years. It runs, drives, and stops very well. $49,500. 308-237-9428. jknapp@lycos.com Located in Kearney, Nebraska.
  8. 1939 Cadillac Series 61 New wiring harness and top. It has been in a climate-controlled museum for many years. Nice, rare car! $58,500. 308-237-9428. jknapp@lycos.com
  9. I bought this '55 Roadmaster from an elderly BCA member in Baltimore, MD, ten years ago. It is not a show car, but a fun driver. Lots of power options: antenna, seat, windows. Even has the foot switch for the wonder bar radio. It is a fun ride! Shown parked outside my office last summer after I replaced 35 feet of heater hose! I love the Dyna-flow!
  10. WOW, I have been looking for a '49 Roadmaster Riviera for many years. Not sure I have that much ambition and cash to bring yours back....they are a rare car, and hopefully the right buyer will come along. My '55 Rivera (blue/white) does not have the A/C, I am guessing that was a pretty rare option in '55. Good luck with your sale!
  11. I e-mailed the seller through Craigs List and asked for pics of the engine and trunk....he sent me one photo of the engine. Kind of disappointing, given the nice interior and exterior of the car. I also asked if he had any documentation on the mileage, and his reply was that the mileage is correct. If he wants a premium (NADA high value $7900), won't he have copies of service records or something that proves it only has 10,000 miles? Call me a skeptic.....
  12. I am in the same frugal camp as Derek, and am I the only one that thinks $60 for the awards banquet meal is a bit steep? I know the hotel likely sets that and it includes tax and tip and likely BCA does not make anything on the meal, but it still seems pretty high to me. Other thoughts??
  13. Power windows on a '55 Special, that had to be rare!