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Value of 1931 Lincoln Sedan


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I know if a 1931 Lincoln Sedan that will be for sale. It is a four door sedan with a V-8.<BR>The car is dissasembled at this time and the chassis including the engine have been restored and is BEAUTIFUL. The engine was completely gone through and has been run. Looks like some of the Chrome has been redone, like the radiator shell and maybe the bumpers. Much of the rest of it is untouched, but looks to be in great condition. So good in fact that if I had it before it was disassembled, I would have kept it like it was. I have not seen the body, but from the pictures, it appears to be in primer. The car is supposidly complete unless parts were lost in moving it. <P>The man who had it passed away mid restoration , so his esatate is selling it.<P>They had it appraised, but the price did not seem right. I thought I would ask the experts and see what they say, so that is you! I will come back and post the appraisal after this thread has had a chance to mill it over a while. I don't want to lead the topic the wrong way. <P>Thanks<P><P>------------------<BR>John M. Daly<BR>Proud owner of...<BR>1912 Studebaker E-M-F Model 30 Demi Tonneau<BR>1920 Ford Model T "Centerdoor" Sedan<BR>1931 DeSoto Model SA Four Door Sedan<BR>...and one full garage<BR>Check out the E-M-F Homepage at: <A HREF="http://www.1freespace.com/auto/jmd1" TARGET=_blank>http://www.1freespace.com/auto/jmd1</A>

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