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We are just finishing restoration of a '27 Kissel Brougham. These cars are considered "Full Classics" by the CCCA, which likely affects their value a bit. I am not qualified to venture an opinion as to value but would be happy to comment on originality etc. Looking forward to seeing some pics!

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Hi, I know the Wisconsin Auto Museum specializes in Kissels (they were made there in Hartford,WI). Might want to stop in there, or give them a jingle (VERY friendly folks). They have TONS of literature and examples of many Kissel cars. You probably already know that, but just in case. Congrats on your really cool car!

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Your Kissel looks to be very complete. Even the Kissel tag on the lower right cowl is present. You don't even want to know what it would cost to re-nickle those 3 bar bumpers front and back. The Kissel emblem on the rad is also a difficult and expensive item to find. Only obvious missing item in the pic seems to be the cowl lights. Expensive car to restore. It has Lockheed external contracting hydraulic brakes on all 4 wheels. Any chance of a couple pics of the engine compartment?

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