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  1. I have professionally restored a collection of Michigan license plates dating from 1915-1970. All plates have been bead blasted and lacking dents, extra holes, damage and the like. This collection is rare. All plates are as close to the original colors as they possibly can be. I have an information sheet I can email explaining the collection. I will not break this collection up into singles, decades or the like. I will also throw in a '67 cycle plate, 1938 WWI Veteran's plate and a Historic Vehicle plate at no cost. Beautiful, rare, historic, neat but needs a good home, bar, or restaurant. See
  2. Submitted for your consideration is this limited production 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS/SS festival Pacecar that rarely presents for sale outside well known higher end auction venues.Most true Pacecars reside largely in museums and private collections. This example does not have any race history, and is carefully documented. Owner is downsizing private collection to sell a few of these rare editions. This is believed to be among the top 5 examples in the country known.<o:p></o It is important tonote that unlike many other restored examples or replicas, THIS <o:p></o example has
  3. If this thread needs to be moved to the correct post, feel free. My father has recently restored a 1961 Ford Econoline Pickup. After a little research, it appears Ford only made 11 of these in that year. Is there somewhere to get that "official" number? We're going to shows and would like to stand out even more by displaying correct and proven information about this car. We're also looking to track down the original bill of sale. Has anyone had experience in doing this? If so, what are the typical steps in finding this? Thank you!
  4. No expense spared restoration, stunning Goldenrod Yellow, genuine wire wheel, p/s, p/b, 292, 111 miles since restoration. $65,000.
  5. [TABLE] <tbody>[TR] [TH=class: vi-ia-hdAl vi-ia-attrLabel vi-ia-attrColPadding, align: left]Year: [/TH] [TD=class: vi-ia-attrColPadding, width: 50.0%]1948[/TD] [TH=class: vi-ia-hdAl vi-ia-attrLabel vi-ia-attrColPadding, align: left]Drive Type: [/TH] [TD=class: vi-ia-attrColPadding, width: 50.0%]4 wheel[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TH=class: vi-ia-hdAl vi-ia-attrLabel vi-ia-attrColPadding, align: left]Make: [/TH] [TD=class: vi-ia-attrColPadding, width: 50.0%]Studebaker[/TD] [TH=class: vi-ia-hdAl vi-ia-attrLabel vi-ia-attrColPadding, align: left]Mileage: [/TH] [TD=class: vi-ia-attrColPadding, width: 5
  6. 1923 Marmon 34B 4 Passenger Speedster, only one left, 10 year old ground up restoration, spectacular, big 136 inch wheelbase, dual windshield, sidemounts & spotlight, great tour car, top speed 80 mph. $69,500. Syracuse, NY. 315-247-2388. info@autolit.com
  7. Hello! We are selling a fantastic, fully restored red MG TF located in Des Moines, IA. I thought to post this here because it is a AACA National first prize winner from 1985. You can see about 30 photos of the inside and outside of the car here: Marianne Williams Photography - MG It is absolutely gorgeous. As you may know, only 3000 of these cars were produced and this one is in excellent condition inside and out. If you're interested, have any questions or would like to make an offer, please email fexsteve@aol.com Thanks and best wishes!
  8. Please contact me for more information and many additional pictures at wardauctions@icesplace.com. This vehicle is located near Chicago, IL.
  9. 1922 Model 15 White 3/4 Ton Truck. Located in Mackinaw City, Michigan. I don't know a whole lot about this vehicle, but I have this information from a letter in 1959 regarding this vehicle from The White Motor Company. "The model 15 was built up of units throughout which were of White design and White build and the vehicle is equipped with ball bearings at practically all points where the use of an 'anti-friction' bearing is indicated. Ordinarily the model 15 was powered with a GK White engine equipped with a model TBC White transmission and a GBBE White rear axle. The engine is a 3-3/4 bore
  10. 1922 Model 15 White 3/4 Ton Truck. Located in Mackinaw City, Michigan. I don't know a whole lot about this vehicle, but I have this information from a letter in 1959 regarding this vehicle from The White Motor Company. "The model 15 was built up of units throughout which were of White design and White build and the vehicle is equipped with ball bearings at practically all points where the use of an 'anti-friction' bearing is indicated. Ordinarily the model 15 was powered with a GK White engine equipped with a model TBC White transmission and a GBBE White rear axle. The engine is a 3-3/4 bore
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