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1912 Olds Limited

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Speaking of Auctions, Does anyone know where the Otis Chandler 1912 Limited went???

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Thankfully it stayed in this country and now resides with a very well known collector. I am not sure whether he wants this as public knowledge so I cannot divulge the name. Many people know who it is though.

The big question is who is going to buy the car in Hershey?

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I think I will, do you have any sidelight brackets Steve?? Oh and a dragon horn also, preferably unrestored as I am going to drive it that way. Thanks, Chuck

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Steve Moskowitz</div><div class="ubbcode-body">

The big question is who is going to buy the car in Hershey? </div></div>I've got an extra $10 I can loan you, Oldscarnut.

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: nearchoclatetown</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Steve Moskowitz</div><div class="ubbcode-body">

The big question is who is going to buy the car in Hershey? </div></div>I've got an extra $10 I can loan you, Oldscarnut. </div></div>

I've got $100.00 if I can ride shotgun. grin.gif

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Doug and Bob, you guys are too good to me! Gee, just think with your generous contributions I am going to be only a million or so short! I actually want to bid on this thing and be the first bidder just so I can say I did! If the hammer ever fell down I'd be in BIG trouble.

caf..if you are serious about the brackets it would be no problem to get you a pair. I do know people with the correct horn as well but not sure they would sell at this time. Wait a minute...I just recognized the initials Chuck, hope all is well! It would be nice to see an Olds lover get this car.

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<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Steve Moskowitz</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Doug and Bob, you guys are too good to me! Gee, just think with your generous contributions I am going to be only a million or so short! It would be nice to see an Olds lover get this car. </div></div>

??????????? Is there some worry the Buick guys will run up the bidding? Ford guys are tapped out on Shelby Mustangs.

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No Bob, but Chuck owns some great brass Oldsmobiles already. Some of the other leading contenders are just collectors or brass car fans, not necessarily Olds fans. This is a special car and some museum may want it for a permanent display as well.

Now if you and Doug would only ante up some more maybe I could bid...a LOT more! crazy.gif

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This would be a good time for someone to donate a million to Steve. If done through the AACA, it would be tax deductable.

Hey, Wayne, didn't you say you were looking for a place to donate money? laugh.gif

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I'll donate $20.00 if I get to ride in it! cool.gif

Don't need a tax deduction...don't make enough money.

Wayne

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Doug, not touching that one at all! grin.gif

Wayne, you guys are too kind to me but I am still going to be waaaaaaaaay short!

Harold, nice to see you on the forum! You have always wanted one of these, here is your chance! If not, you are still a blessed man with a wonderful collection of important vehicles..yes, I am jealous!

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