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1924 Nash Touring on BAT

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Nice looking car but definitely needs a set of top saddles!

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I have seen this car in person a couple times.  It is a real beauty in every sense of the word.  I can't believe it will sell anywhere near the current bid.

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This car has been for sale on craigslist for quite some time... will be interesting to see the closing price on BAT.

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The car does look very nice as far as the paint condition appears and the body colors do make it look quite sporty. The orange disk wheels to me do make it (to me) a bit to much like a circus wagon combination. I could approve if there was any hint of an orange stripe on the body or black and cream striping on the wheels. JFranklin said it best that it needs a set of top saddles. I would add someone who knows how to fold the top. A top let down in to a disheveled heap does not present the car in it's best possible light.1653621034_DSCF1292(2).thumb.JPG.8af8ee7fe0498d1a5cf0968dc5ee44ca.JPG

My first embarrassing attempt at folding the top on my 1925 Buick. The top had been installed over the location of the holes for the pins to mount the top clamps or saddles. Also at the time I was unaware that I had an incorrect, cut down set of top sockets.

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Getting better with some fabricated saddles. But still incorrectly folded. People on the forum helped a lot.1646958450_1197329209_1926touringtoplowering(2).jpg.0b682a3988b0912f256ec389a2d185211.thumb.jpg.981fd900a2b4218320a5bb395b919eca.jpg732142209_1060610099_1926touringtoplowering(3).jpg.22b9aa4d1908cff6bab7dc061370d3b51.thumb.jpg.f5ec4c232fe9634ef7a08c4a37970e47.jpg   Reference Book for 1925 Export General motor's cars

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My 1925 Buick Master with properly folded top fits into the custom Boot I had made for the 1925 Buick Standard. The Master has it's correct original top sockets and correct top clamps.

 

 

 

 

 

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