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1921 Hudson Super Six Speedster Phaeton. Very attractive close-coupled Fisher body with dual rear spares. Thorough engine rebuild $6K+ by Goyette Restoration of Bennington, VT. Goes like a train. Older repaint and new Haartz cloth top. Believed originally used as a San Francisco police car prior to acquisition by 20th Century Fox Studios. Subsequently acquired by Harrah's then to noted Hudson collector Bill Nichols of Orinda, CA. It is the only known Hudson of this era with air shocks. A Locomobile Sportif for a fraction of the price! $31,500 OBO. Located in Connecticut. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello, I work for a private car collection and we have an ex-Harrah's car in our collection. I am looking to purchase a catalog from the 1985 auction. If anybody has one for sale please let me know, if not and somebody would be willing to scan the car I'm looking for I would appreciate the offer as well. Thanks very much!
I have recently come into possession of two books and several other items concerning Duesenberg and associated cars, and I am offering them for sale. The books are Fred Roe's "Duesenberg: the pursuit of perfection" and Harrah's Automobile Collection (ISBN 0917473000) as well as an original (reprinted 1951) Owner's Instruction Book to Duesenberg Model J and a collection of first day covers (with postage stamps) of Duesenberg's, the stamps being from all over the world. Alan