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  1. I seem to recall he had a desire to acquire an 8 cylinder Alfa,which was sort of unobtainium even back then
  2. was he really trying to deceive as your post implies or was he creating replicas for those who could not afford or find the real thing? I recall having some correspondence with him about other Stutz matters and he seemed like an honest chap who was well thought of in Stutz circles.
  3. There is also the possible requirement of a Heritage Export Permit which is something not many are aware of.It depends on several criteria but if the car has some Canadian significance etc this may be necessary
  4. THat s a piece of cake. If the car is anywhere near Montreal it will even be easier. I have shipped motorcycles out of Montreal to Europe several times and one crated 4 wheel dirt tracker to Melbourne Australia. The docks are right there at Lachine. a suburb of Montreal contact Bollore Logistics Canada
  5. If you go to the first post on this topic it was started by me ! I am interested! Actually I remember buying one Ardun head from a collector /dealer in the boonies half way between Syracuse and Albany and he had in his garage a similar sounding Caddy ! It was not for sale. This was 30 years ago in the dead of a very cold winter day and for the life of me I can not remember where the guy was. He did sell me a big box of Lotus literature which I still have !
  6. that is too cool. Chain drive ! What is it? Locomobile?
  7. This looks like a real professional conversion. 25 years ago there was a circa 1930 Lasalle fire emergency conversion that I unsuccessfully bid for at a Quebec auction . It too had a really nice professional conversion with a body tag from "Rochester..Body works?" Sadly the buyer converted it back to a car! I am a buyer for one of these "trucks" if there are any left . Hyman had a lovely Packard tow conversion years ago, nicely done but more amateurish than this beautiful Lincoln.
  8. I checked with fastenall and shipping would be a real expensive headache. I could bring these to either the Toronto or Montreal area for $50 gas money
  9. Thanks for the positive comment. I agree ,they are well designed and high quality like everything Weaver made. If I still had an early car I would not want to sell these !
  10. Thanks for the offer, I will let you know if I get that desperate to sell but not at this time! I have more than what I am asking in these and have never seen any others.
  11. I think Scorcese wanted it to be seen on the big screen which is where we saw it and did not find one minute boring, superb cinematography.