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This is my son's 53 Chevy, (he is an AACA Member just does not participate on the site). The car has been in the family since new. Original except for the chrome my father had it done about 20 years ago. The fifth generation of the family to ride in the car is in the back seat.

 

 

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1935 Ford V8 Pickup.  Purchased in 1990 and enjoyed as found for 30 years and counting

Shown once at a AACA National Show and was rejected for HPOF "becasue it had no P". in the HPOF.  Drew

more attention at that show than most other vehicles, but I thought the Judge was having a heart attack.973607811_CoverShot.thumb.jpg.51416433c2cd844ca3c9a4afbf33dc65.jpg

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On 10/25/2020 at 6:18 AM, Colin Spong said:

1937 Lincoln-Zephyr Sedan, Right Hand Drive, bought by my late father 62 years ago and still in the family where it will remain.

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I have had the pleasure of seeing and riding in this fine Lincoln in England. Colin and his father Fred gave the car a concours level restoration and it is one of the most authentic , detailed restorations I have ever seen. Absolutely breathtaking. Those of you that know me or feel you now know me due to what you have read that I have posted here know that I do not mince words (! ) nor give undue praise where it is not deserved. Thank you Colin for sharing this with us!

Walt

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Found in a small Canadian town outside the city in a guys field couple years ago. Young guy traded his truck for this and was going to drop a V8 in it and change the rims/tires, etc. Last year for the straight 8 engine and first year for the Star Chief. Came with original bill of sale from Big Sandy Montana. Definitely loved by past and present owner. 

 

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Today, I drove my 1929 Studebaker President Brougham for the first time since last March.   It was nice to get it up to speed on some local country roads.   When I stopped to take these pictures a guy pulled over and asked me if I wanted to sell my car.   I guess there is still a few people interested in early cars.   

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1 hour ago, Mark Huston said:

Today, I drove my 1929 Studebaker President Brougham for the first time since last March.   It was nice to get it up to speed on some local country roads.   When I stopped to take these pictures a guy pulled over and asked me if I wanted to sell my car.   I guess there is still a few people interested in early cars.   

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Nice big car. What is that round thing on the running board? A light??

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