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Henry Austin Clark Jr. Sale Aug. 20, 1955


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Hi Everyone,

I'm posting the complete sale bill from the 1955 auction.

It is my intent that this material be used as reference material for collectors.

I'm sure some of you already have this in your collection. For those who don't, I think Mr. Clark would have wanted you to have it.

Thanks for your interest,

Ready-Set-Go

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Guest Ready-Set-Go
are the results available? that would also be interesting.

This information was in a box I got from a friend. It was just in a hodge-podge of information. It did have brocheres from the Long Island Automotive Museum and one from the Carnival of Cars. Just a little treasure trove for the right person.:)

Sorry, I have no results.

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Thank you for the Auction printout. Not all those cars sold, I know Austin sold several of them at later auctions in the 1980's. The 1912 ALCO was found here in town, within walking distance from the headstones of Henry Austin Clarks Revolutionary War era relitaves.

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