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'42 Roadmaster Sedanete--blackout model 2dr fastback


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Needs rust repair to floors and rockers, but otherwise a solid car that is mechanically complete and ready to restore. I have a couple pickup loads of extra body panels, NOS parts and a spare engine to go along with the car. Pics available. This is an actual "H" model (blackout) car built without dual carbs, factory oil filter, stainless trim, or chrome bumpers. Incredibly rare car to restore. No trades, thank you. I'm trying to make the wife happy and reduce inventory!

Car is located in Napa, CA










Edited by fivefoot20
forgot to post price (see edit history)
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I'm not sure how to post photos on here, so if you would like to see some please post your email and I will send you some pics.

Adding Photos:

Click "go advanced" then to attach files "manage attachments" & "upload".

This is down the bottom of the screen

Is better and more secure to PM (Private Message) email adress's

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We really need price too. I understand you may want to maximize price and it surely is rare however, most potential buyers make their decision on price and price is the number 1 item for most people.

It's a sore spot for many to not have an ad with price.

Guess this is the same car & seller

from 2009: http://forums.aaca.org/f117/fs-42-buick-76s-h-blackout-260451.html (with images)

from 2007: http://forums.aaca.org/f117/42-blackout-roadmanster-sedanet-needs-new-232302.html

from 2006: http://forums.aaca.org/f117/fs-42-buick-76s-blackout-roadmaster-218484.html

from 2006: http://forums.aaca.org/f117/1942-roadmaster-sedanet-blackout-model-216586.html

from 2005: http://forums.aaca.org/f117/42-blackout-roadmaster-sedanet-project-sale-200002.html (has image)

from 2004: http://forums.aaca.org/f117/42-buick-roadmaster-blackout-sedanet-ebay-186355.html

The new software lists Similar Threads at the bottom of the screen


you replied in one of those threads. Now is your chance !

Edited by 1939_buick
added link to old threads (see edit history)
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1939 Buick lots of laughs. It takes me about 2 years to catch up to new technology and by then administration comes out with new software.

I will look into it now.

My email is abc.moran@netzero.net Photos and contact information may be sent there.

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Thanks for the tips guys. The posting now includes price and pics. Yes, this car has been for sale for a while. I'm in no hurry to sell it and am mostly interested in finding a buyer who will do right by the car. I bought it primarily to save it from the local lowriders who were drooling over it when it first hit the local "old-iron" wrecking yard. I know times are tough and I can't tell you how many people have written to say that they were definitely going to buy it and then dissappeared. I know that the car needs an ambitious restoration, but I think my price is fair, considering the incredible rarity of the car and the quantity and quality of the parts that are included. And if no serious buyers pick it up this time it will be back on here again in the future. Thanks again for helping find this old girl a good home.

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