(2014-04-30 5:29 AM)
I'd a couple chcnaes to buy some antique cars in excess of the years, and fate, for many good reason, always looks to block me. As soon as in Montona, I experienced a decent (I think) '30 Ford truck, even so the dude who owned the position was on the phone, which appeared like hrs. When he obtained off the phone I told him I used to be thinking about the truck, and he told me he just sold it around the phone. I detest Ma Bell lol My 2nd chance, was to order a '36 Dodge Bros Bobtail coupe. I tried to beg, borrow, and in fact considered stealin' the askin' price of only $800. It had been all orginal, straight body, great interior, and it ran like a sewin' machine. One I By no means might have bought, was a '36 Ford Victoria with all the suicide doors, from some neighbors of ours who inherited it through the original owners. The ONLY issue I noticed that wasn't original, was the change signal indicator. Everytime I went to their property, I had been in the basement, sittin' in that attractive car, just day dreamin'. Cars now are crap, haven't any personality, and all glimpse the exact same. When you have and older vehicle to promote, indicator a contract using the buyer, that it it least retains almost all of it truly is original appear, or else, you just pee'd a vanishing component on the Greatest section of cars/trucks. AND, if you've obtained considered one of these just sittin' all over, and somebody features you great tricky cash for it ..Promote IT! It is really worth nothin' when you just let it sit and flip to rust, as was the case of the '57 Chevy Apache p/u a handful of place miles from the following. Ultimately they sold it, and I rejoiced! lol. For now, not seriously an antique, but I have bought a '71 Chevy C10 p/u. She aint fairly however but gimme time gents .just gimme time!