Leslie Dunne

Wanted Brass era car or older to restore

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I have a 1911 Cadillac Foredoor Touring which was "assembled" back in the 70s.  I wouldn't say it was restored, certainly not by today's standards.  But it is a complete, running, and presentable car that could be used as-is, or restored.  Much mechanical work has been done.  Not a brass radiator car, but has nice brass lights and trim. Located in Canada.  $39000  USD pictures and video available.

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11 hours ago, durospeed said:

is that the picture of the car as it looks now ?

Yes. that's a current picture. Peter's 11 Cadillac is out all the time on our local tours and club drives. It runs great. We're going to breakfast on Sunday and the Cadillac will be they. I'll have my 12 Oakland  out.

Ken

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On 8/21/2018 at 10:26 AM, Leslie Dunne said:

Wanted old restoration or unrestored Brass radiator car

Would also consider basket case veteran car,

Anything considered

 

 

Hello I have a 1913 Model T. If interested. I’m new to this forum. Thank you. 

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On 8/21/2018 at 10:26 AM, Leslie Dunne said:

Wanted old restoration or unrestored Brass radiator car

Would also consider basket case veteran car,

Anything considered

 

 

  Hi there. If you are looking for a basket case as you said, send me a PM, I have plenty of brass project cars.

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Leslie, I have two 1914 Overland Touring cars model 79.  One is a car in good running condition, but an older restoration.  The other was a field car in 1972, stored inside ever since.  Good basis for a speedster restoration project.  Very complete, engine turns freely with good compression.  Any interest?......Mark

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