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1936 Cord for sale, not mine in Toronto Canada


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4 hours ago, alsancle said:

I'm going to post my graph in as many threads as possible.  😁

HowToValueAnAntiqueCar.jpg

Now many will see why mine is still together and I didn't start messing around with it.  Until i have everything to do what I want including space time and money,  she will decorate the garage corner intact. 

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On 11/14/2020 at 1:23 PM, alsancle said:

I'm going to post my graph in as many threads as possible.  😁

HowToValueAnAntiqueCar.jpg

I noticed an unrestored L-29 for sale - So, you take an assembled car that is running and say worth 40K, then you tear it all apart to finish nothing, talk about all the work you did and show no photos of any of that, and .... - so now worth maybe 20K something  - Yes, I see the logic. 

 

Ned Herman here in Cincinnati restored pre-war RR after RR and when he found a willing customer he restored a car as he took it apart (goal was to have a fully restored car on the shelf when all done and then reassemble) - he also preached finishing a project before moving onto the next. 

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