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1933 CONTINENTAL CONVERTIBLE


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THIS IS FOR BARRY WOLK MORE THAN OTHERS BARRY SHOWED AND INTREST IN CONTINENTAL CARS

HES BEEN LOOKING FOR A ROADSTER WITH NO AVAIL,IN OLD CARS WEEKLY PREWAR PUZZLE DATED 12/7/2012

IT SHOWS A REPORTED 1933 CONTINENTAL FLYER ROADSTER,FIRST ONE IVE SEEN AND PROBABLY THE ONLY ONE

ILL EVER SEE,THERE YOU GO BARRY      DAVE

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Hay berry

see if you can find an oldcars weekly dated December seventh 2012 it shows the car setting on the street lt frt view of the car.picture probably 30 s or 40 s. Possibly later,does not look like a manuf type picture, good luck I hope you find the elusive convertible.    Dave, p.s possibly you can find it online

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The Standard Catalog edited by Kimes and Clark list a roadster for both the 1933 Continental Beacon Four ($355) and the Flyer Six ($450).  Which model was pictured?   I've only ever seen the art rendering profile of the Beacon roadster.   I suspect this is an extinct model, given the low popularity of open roadsters by then even if they were rock-bottom priced.  

 

Has anyone identified another make that shared the Hayes bodies with the Continentals?

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