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21 Sep 2012 17:45 #23610 by Bob Roller
Bob Roller replied the topic: Elegance in the grand manner
I agree 110% WITH Mike.This car has never been messed with and who
ever owns it has a prize and I hope it stays this way for the rest of the century. What is the "J"number and has its ownership been traced?

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21 Sep 2012 17:52 #23611 by Chris Summers
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Bob, it's J-173 / 2194, which was kept by its second owner for 60 years and is a five-owner car.

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22 Sep 2012 03:44 #23618 by Bob Roller
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Does the 1933 car have 17" wheels and wide tires. I noticed a BIG
difference years ago in J528 and J396. J528 had the 17's and J396
had 19's and was a much nicer driver.J540 also had 17's and should have had the 19's. The 750x17 tires were available from Sears and the 700/750x19 were unobtainable from any source we had in the 1950's
and that would be a reason for the 17" wheels.

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22 Sep 2012 07:12 #23619 by jamjarman
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When I'm next at the car I'll take some engine photos...

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