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  1. 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 eric@pixacar.com
  2. I am considering buying a 1925 standard six Studebaker Duplex Phaeton. I'd like some help in determining just how rare this car is or isn't. It seems Studebaker produced 133,104 autos in 1925 but I would like to find out how many were Duplex Phaetons. Any help or direction would be appreciated. Thanks Tom in Indiana
  3. Hello, about ten years ago I sold a 1929 dual cowl Phaeton to a gentleman in Texas. It's the car mentioned in this thread: http://forums.aaca.org/f132/look-what-i-found-texas-166486.html Last week while going through my father's files I found some items related to this car. The car was purchased by my uncle in the 1950's. I found a credit card sized plate with the car number as seen in the attached picture. I presume it came from that car and was removed at some point. Additionally, the file contains correspondence between my uncle and a parts supplier, Miller Flying Service, Montclair, NJ. The correspondence is also dated from the 1950's. I know collectors are keen on having complete cars and also information on the history. That's why I'm posting this message. Evidently the gentleman in Texas has since sold the car to someone in Spain. If someone is interested in these items or can put me in touch with the current owner I can make them available. Best regards, John
  4. 1928 Ford Phaeton Model A Hot Custom Kustom Rat Rod Vintage Steel Body Call 407 463 6780 Asking 21,000 lets make a deal. Lake City Florida See Pics Here 1928 Ford Phaeton - YouTube
  5. 1928 Phaeton Older restoration, runs and drives if you are interested in it i can send you some more photos and a complete list of the cars current condition and items that belong with the car. Rex Rogers asking 20,000 (970) 669 6691 (970) 685 1477 customauto1932@gmail.com www.realhotrods.com
  6. This 1928 Lincoln L Model Phaeton has been lovingly restored since its discovery in Argentina in 1972, with most work completed in the 1970’s-1980’s. The interior has leather-upholstered front/back bench seats and an inclined carpeted foot rest. Along the back of the front seat are two mahogany glove compartments with nickel trim; between them is a courtesy light and cigar lighter, with a robe rail extending from side to side. Honduran mahogany running boards with aluminum step plates run along the exterior sides. The body is aluminum over wood, designed by Locke. 90-horsepower 384-cubic inch aluminum-block V8 with original design updraft carburetor. Beautiful two-tone turquoise and black finish with exquisite nickel plating on virtually every external metal surface. This car has been garage-kept and is in good condition, motor starts and runs and the car is drivable. Selling for $60,000. This is my father's car. Contact me with any questions; I'll do my best to get the answers for you; spivakr@aol.com. An article about my father and his car was printed in the Washington Times newspaper. To see article and photos, click here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/spivakr<
  7. I've recently acquired a touring car body purported to be 1925 Dodge Brothers. From the dash and windshield stanchions I do think it's a Dodge Brothers body, but I'm not sure if the year is accurate. There's no frame so I can't get an ID number and other posts in this forum indicate any body number I might find would be useless in determining its age. One of the curious things I've noted is that the passenger side doors have only interior latching handles, while the driver side doors have only exterior handles. Also, three of the doors have a top rail (garnish molding?) with a boss and hole almost like a '30s-'50s door lock button. The stanchions were wired to the rear seat area and can be seen in that photo. I can supply more photos if needed, and I appreciate any help you might be able to provide. -Glenn Photos at http://l3d.cs.colorado.edu/~zathras/touring/touring.html
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