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  • Kevin in NJ
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    I would really rather own a fairly untouched original car with the mechanicals restored back to factory.
    I had a 30 fordor that was repainted poorly at some time (all blue) and very little interior. Had the drive line set up to be safe and reliable. I got a lot of attention at the shows and I really did not have to care about the body or interior.

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  • Rowdy
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    Apples to Oranges here, and not wanting to hi-jack this thread, but last week I was told about a 31 SW Vickie for sale in this area. Was told engine was rebuilt and some other restoration work done. Price seemed cheap, but without seeing it, I do not know for sure. What is the going price for these unrestored? Rod

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  • Mitch
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    Bill that was my first thought also!!

    Take a car and drive it through a cornfield to trash it up, throw some more crap on it, a perfect barn find

    And as far as how original they were who could tell without doing a full detail over and under.

  • 2manycars
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    My buddy saw those cars and said on close inspection, they were staged. Dust and cob webs blown on for effect.

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  • Mitch
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    Post #8

  • 1931 Flamingo
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    Does anyone know if either (both) sold??
    Paul in CT

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  • DaWizard
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    I'll say it again, for an all original '32 Vicky, $70k is light. IF it is a 4banger, truly light.

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  • Mitch
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    Well what are your opinions of that vicky selling for 70K not running?

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  • Jeff/Illinois
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    The early V-8's were all very sharp cars in my eye! 32-33-34's and '35-'36 three window coupes!! Yeah baby!!

    Cost a bit more to pay and play than most Model A's do. But then the good ones have pretty strong resale values.

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  • Mitch
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    Dave it was great seeing you again also!!

  • Dave in MD
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    Mitch,
    Great to see you among the rust on Wednesday in the MARC tent. You did a great job of putting up ads for the forum.
    We went back yesterday to buy more rust.
    Dave

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  • Mitch
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    the vicky did 20 years ago,, the other was way longer

    RAN WHEN PARKED!!

  • BILL WILLIAMSON
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    Any of them RUN?

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  • DaWizard
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    A complete '32 Vicky, $70k, that is probably a bit light, dirt not withstanding.

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  • Tom Wesenberg
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    Holy smokes..........I might have to raise the price on my 29 Tudor. It's cleaner and has more back seat room.

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  • Mitch
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    Hershey barn finds

    So the story goes these were pulled out of a barn and transported to Hershey in an enclosed, untouched. Complete with dirt, hay, cobwebs and all. The guy told me the Vicky just went for 70K at the meet, the interiors were shredded from what i could see looking in through the dirt
    The vicky was last run 20 years ago...

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