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About Curti

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  • Birthday 11/17/1943

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    Auburn Automobiles 1931- 1936

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  1. Has the club decided which parts they are considering to reproduce ? Have the members been notified?
  2. The two large paint systems are DuPont and PPG. Personally, I would use one or the other and stick with it through out the entire paint job.
  3. Ya, cigarette cream. You see a dozen speedsters painted 'cigarette cream and they are all a different color. 40% of speedsters are red , 40% are cream. the last 20% are all other colors. When at the ACD reunion, I don't want to see my self going the other way.
  4. Personally, I would go with a decent original.
  5. There is nothing more expensive than a cheap Rolls Royce.
  6. If the wood can be hidden by the upholstery, steel can be too.
  7. Try Skip at: French Lake AP 3531 County Road 3 NW, Annandale, MN 320-286-2560
  8. If I were you I would post this in the ACD section below, and on the ACD website.
  9. Streetrodders do it all the time.
  10. Those cars are way cool ! But what does a guy use them for? I can't believe they are street legal.. ? Are they raced ? I have seen a couple drive around the Hershey swap meet.
  11. The Good-Year tire would be nice for a static display with a 'old time' good year tire holder. The Wards tires , OK for recycle.
  12. Did you ask if he sold all of his patterns and forms? Some one will take over the business.
  13. There is (was) a guy name Huntley Acuff That reproduced running board mats for early GM cars.