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Found 5 results

  1. This car is way cooler than the Batmobile every was. This is the coolest looking car I've ever seen in my opinion!
  2. Hi AAC, I was going through my car stuff yesterday and found this Hispano-Suiza I.D. Plate and was wondering what it may be worth?? Is it genuine or a reproduction?? Thanks! It reads: Type: CAB No.: 102
  3. The Columbus Museum of Art's (480 E. Broad St., Columbus, OHIO) Evolution of Automotive Design will consist of 14 Ford vehicles (from a 1903 Model A to a 2012 Taurus) to show the evolution of Ford design. The show is Sunday, September 18th from 10:00am - 2:00pm. The display will be held RAIN OR SHINE in the parking lot behind the museum. In conjunction with the Evolution display, there will also be a Classic Car Show from 10:00am - 2:00pm and is open to ALL makes and types of vehicles and the entrance fee is $20.00 (which includes two admission tickets to the event). Please arrive around 9:30am if you want to show your car. This display is part of the Museum's 2nd annual Art, Design, and Antique Market which is running all weekend from 10am-5pm. General admission without a car displayed in the show is $10.00 per adult. Call Daric with questions (614-354-5957).
  4. "Form Fitting" steel trunk as shown in the March 1934 issue of Ford Dealer & Service Field magazine, page 3. Identical trunk displayed on 1934 Ford 4-door sedan, Hershey 1st Place Winner Fall of 2009 and shown in AACA Antique Automobile, March/April 2010. Trunk (38 1/4"W x 13 1/2"D x 17 1/2"H) with working locking handle & key, filler panel to match body contour, plywood bottom with heavy angle irons. Surface rust on trunk, two (2) unnecessary holes drilled in each end, minor denting on stainless steel bands. No supporting brackets, skirts or spare tire mounting pieces. Price is $1,750.00. Pick-up suggested. Packing, Shipping & Insurance at additional cost to buyer. For additional information: rkjsburn@webtv.net 860-868-7296
  5. Hello, I am in Douglasville and trying to discover the Maker or Model and Year of this Automobile. This could be the auto of Alfred Austell jr. An avid Automobiler of the turn of the century. Could be a 1909 Apperson used in the New York to Atlanta Good Roads tour of 1909. Any assistance is appreciated.
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