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  1. Can anyone identify this Chassis????
  2. We are looking for any information or pictures of the Cord Dealership or Cords known to have been sold new in Hawaii, a picture of a 1937 Cord Supercharged Phaeton in the Hull of a ship during Pearl Harbor (we know the picture exists), and a set of 1937 Hawaii License Plates. Also looking for items to convert a Custom Beverly from Garcia Shift Conversion back to original as well as a Startix. All leads appreciated! Thank You
  3. I am trying to locate a 1914 Dodge whose owner would be interested in partcipating in the 2014 10000 Lakes Concours d'elegance in Excelsior, Mn. on June 1st to celebrate 100 years of Dodge. http://forums.aaca.org/f213/2nd-annual-10000-lakes-concours-delegance-365738.html
  4. I am trying to locate the owner of this 1912 Hudson. I talked to him at a car show some time back but have misplaced his contact information. I believe he was from Apple Valley, Minnesota. I was told that the car was at the 2009 Hudson Essex Terraplane Nationals.
  5. The 2nd Annual 10000 Lakes Concours d'Elegance will be held on the shores of Lake Minnetonka in Excelsior Mn, on Sunday June 1st 2014. Concours d'Elegance is french for "Competition Of Elegance" Plans are one again to feature over 100 automobiles that will be chosen and recognized based on their authenticity, beauty and style. Chosen cars will be impeccably preserved or accurately restored and possess some historic value whether they had debuted new technology or new design trends or had a notable racing record. You may think we are looking for perfect cars but that is not necessarily so. A lot of people have very nice cars that they do not think are good enough and they actually are. This event is intended to be a true "Minnesota Experience". There is no entry fee for car participants, and each person that is selected to show their car will receive a very special gift. The weekend will include a private Friday night social reception, a Saturday car cruise, an optional benefit event Saturday evening, free time to take in the distinctive shops of Excelsior and more. On Sunday, the public event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and include delicious local cuisine, live classical entertainment and much more. Our website is www.10000lakesconcours.com Nomination Form http://www.10000lakesconcours.com/images/Forms/ParticipationNomination_2014.pdf Following are some links to pictures of our Inaugural Concours held June 2nd, 2013. There are 10 pages of photos on the first link. www.flickr.com/photos/greggjerdingen/set...199/with/8940513749/ http://www.tcdailyplanet.net/arts/2013/06/03/photos-10000-lakes-concours-d-elegance
  6. The S emblem seems to be an add on to me. Anyone know what it stands for? The car looks like a late '20s Chrysler.
  7. If you are restoring a 1928 to 1933 Cadillac or Lasalle do we have the parts for you. Go to peterksanders.com to look at our catalogue and contact us if you have any questions!
  8. If you are restoring a 1928 to 1933 Cadillac or Lasalle do we have the parts for you. Go to peterksanders.com to look at our catalogue and contact us if you have any questions!
  9. If you are restoring a 1928 to 1933 Cadillac or Lasalle do we have the parts for you. Go to peterksanders.com to look at our catalogue and contact us if you have any questions!
  10. A fellow on the HAMB found this photo after his grandfather passed. It's his granfather's brother Thor in the drivers seat. Thor took off shortly after this photo was taken and was never seen again. The photo was taken in Petaluma Ca. about 1919 from the plate. The photo was colorized at some time by one of his great aunts.Please help identify. Thanks.
  11. I thought it was a Studebaker product but looking at pictures of early '30's Studebakers, the dash doesn't match.
  12. Can any one explain how these Biflex Bumpers work???? Biflex Products Corporation was a Winnetka, Illinois based manufacturer of automobile bumpers. In July 1923 the company was listed as a co-conspirator with American Chain Company of New York City in an effort to restrain trade and restrict interstate commerce. A lawsuit in United States Federal Court sought to prevent American Chain Company from acquiring a monopoly in the sales of automobile bumpers. The effort to restrain trade began prior to January 1, 1920 80% of the common stock of Biflex Products Corporation was acquired by General Spring Bumper Corporation of Detroit, Michigan in March 1929. Biflex Products Corporation maintained its corporate identity. By August 1931 Biflex Products Corporation was a subsidiary of Houdaille-Hershey Corporation. Two Biflex Products Corporation plants were sold to Oakes Products Corporation at a receivership sale in Wilmington, Delaware on November 4, 1935. The manufacturing sites were located in Decatur, Illinois and North Chicago, Illinois. The purchase prices were $50,000 and $90,000 respectively.
  13. There were two '32-'33 Hupmobiles at Hershey this year. One is pictured in the AACA Gallery. 1933 Hupmobile - AACA PHOTO GALLERY Does any one have pictures of the other one???? Thanks
  14. The Murray-Mac was reportedly manufactured from 1921 through 1928. BUT, there seems to be NO info and NO pic anyplace?
  15. The following photographs were sent to me several years ago by the late Lou Brehmer of Phoenix, Arizona. Lou had lived in Chicago in his earlier years. I don't know if he had ever been an AACA or ACD club member or not but he was a long time member of the Classic Car Club Of America. Lou took these photographs in 1948. Whether they were all on the same used car lot or not, I'm not sure but on the back of one of the pictures of the Blue Cord with the '40 Ford Headlights (a not uncommon CORD modification for the times) was written the following; Neidlingers Brothers Garage, 71st and Stoney Island Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, August 1948, Price: $750.00. The picture of the CORD with the SUNROOF was of the most interest to me as I'm pretty positive that it is the 1937 Custom Beverly that my late father, long time AACA and ACD Club member Marlet "Speed" Davis rescued from destruction the next day in May of 1962 for the sum of $50.00 and I now own. This particular CORD was purchased new from the Merrill Madsen CORD Dealership in Minneapolis, Minnesota by Chicago Band Leader, Lou Breese (real name Luigi Calabrese) who lived in Minneapolis for 12 years. I would love to find more information on these photographs and especially would like to find some photographs of Lou Breese with the SUNROOF CORD or any other Photographs of this car that may exist.