addicted to cars

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  1. I went and took a look at it and here are the pictures. It is not an aluminum body as the owner stated, but it does appear to have a partition window. It is in fairly good condition, but it is difficult to tell if it is complete with everything piled inside the car. Th owner wants 5 grand. Is it worth that? Dont know why it is pink. Maybe an early Mary Kay Cadillac.;)

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  2. I have just run into the opportunity to purchase a 1926 Cadillac that is in the the middle of a restoration. It it a four door sedan, aluminum bodied, that has a partition window, and a V8. I am not going to see it until tomorrow so I don't the condition of it, but from what I am told it in pretty good condition. Could anyone tell me what it may be from the what I know about it. The owner says it was driven into the shop before it was disassembled. I think it is for a very good price but I know very little about Cadillacs. Please help me Cadillac guys!!


  3. I have just run into the opportunity to purchase a 1926 Cadillac that is in the the middle of a restoration. It it a four door sedan, aluminum bodied, that has a partition window. I am not going to see it until tomorrow so I don't the condition of it but from what I am told it in pretty good condition. Could anyone tell me what it may be from the what I know about it. The owner says it was driven into the shop before it was disassembled. I think it is for a very good price but I know very little about Cadillacs. Pleas help me Cadillac guys!!


  4. 55Chevy, Thank You for the story. It brought a tear to my eye and a lump in my throat. Too many of us, myself included, often judge someone on appearance alone, much to my shame. Just the other day was talking to some friends about the subject of the men and women of the greatest generation and the impending loss of the best group on Americans that ever was or ever will be. I will be forever grateful for their sacrifice. I have many time seen an older individual wearing a hat or a bumper sticker on their car stating that they are a WWII vet and I have thought to myself. "I should thank them for their service" But I have been reluctant to do so for some unknown reason. The next time I see someone that I know is a vet, I am going to personally thank them for what they have done for our country. I would like to start on this forum today and say. Thank You to all of you who have served. And a special thanks to the veterans of WWII. You are truly appreciated!!