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09 Apr 2006 01:09 #4676 by Ray Parker
Ray Parker replied the topic: Next to my ACD car:
In my 24'x32' - 2 car garage, next to my 1936 Armchair Beverly Cord, I have - on one side the 1925 Auburn, 8-88 Sedan, on the other side a 1922 Model -T Fire Truck. Behind the Cord I have a 1926, 8-88 Auburn Sedan and also squezed in is a 1937 John Deere B tractor and a 1944 John Deere L tractor (plus two Harley Davidson motorcycles). Kind of a tight squeeze, huh!

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09 Apr 2006 01:45 #4678 by balinwire
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AND NEXT TO THAT IS A 1978 MERCEDES ROADSTER THAT'S A PRO STREET CAR(ZZ4 CHEVY 350 360 HP TUBBED WITH 19 INCH WIDE TIRES UNDER THE REAR, BU IT LOOKS TOTALLY STOCK UNLESS YOU SEE IT FROM THE REAR)

Whats that MB like to drive in traffic? Is it as nice as it sounds, are there any under hood pics? wow, very nice, and S.A.E. Quarter mile time? A really insane sleeper.

By the way my 812 Westy is sharing its room with my beloved original 1939 GM Carry-All Suburban. The body sort of looks like the Cord limo, Beauty and the Beast.

The Carry-All towers over the roof line of the sedan for height comparison, 77in. vs. 62in. for the Cord and they both wear 6.50x16 tires.

There is a big 1953 Panhead Harley Copsicle to keep order. A 1941 Ford tractor with brushhog is outdoors with mountian of who knows what else.

Most important is the 1940's jukebox and electric icebox for the beverages. No wonder nothing gets done around here anymore!

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09 Apr 2006 13:13 #4682 by MICHAEL S SMITH
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CLICK ON SEE THE REST OF MY STABLE FOR MORE PICS THAT BILL WAS NICE ENOUGH TO PUT ON. I'M GLAD HE CAN DO IT , CAUSE I CAN BARELY SEND PICS BY MYSELF,I'M NOT THAT MUCH OF A PUTER GUY JUST KEEP TRYIN THIS AND THAT TILL SOMETHING HAPPENS(USUSALLY BAD)

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17 May 2006 02:04 #4821 by Mike Dube
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One one side of the 8-100A is a 1963 Ford F100 stepside, and a Yamaha Royal Star motorcycle on the other.

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8-100A

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17 May 2006 11:08 #4825 by John Trittschuh
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Centered in my 8 car garage is my 1931 Murphy bodied convertible coupe with diappearing top and factory original (rebuilt) supercharged Duesenberg SJ345. On it's left is the 1929 Springfield Rolls Royce Brewster convertible coupe. Left and back is a 1958 Corvette convertible coupe. Immediately back is a 1931 Auburn four door Sedan with all weather top. Back and right is a 1933 Auburn boat tail Speedster. Back and right is a 1933 Auburn four door convertible sedan. Immediately on it's right is a 1931 Cadillac convertible coupe similar to the car that served as pace car for the Indy 500 that year.

I'm playing with Photoshop to make a panoramic view of all soon.

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17 May 2006 22:56 #4826 by AceCollins
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Mine is bit less impressive than you all. My Cord 810 is in the body shop, so who knows what is beside it today, but my 34 Auburn has a 37 Lincoln Zephyr to its right.

1934 Auburn 652Y Four-Door Sedan
1936 Cord 810 Westchester

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