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1929 8-90 cabriolet

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23 Aug 2003 21:59 #711 by tobyrote
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I'm BRAND new to the forum and have alot of questions. First is I have the good luck of purchasing a 1929 Auburn 8-90 Cabriolet in pieces, It is a complete car with extra parts all chrome has been replated, the wooden coach work has been re done in ash and the frame has been redone and painted, please tell me what i'm getting into and the appox. value of the auto as stated! I can't wait to get it home

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25 Aug 2003 18:57 #712 by Al Hatch
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Congratulations on your new acquisition! As for the value of your car, I would suggest that you get a copy of 'Old Cars Weekly Price Guide'. It is fairly accurate as to putting the appropriate value on cars. As for technical assistance Tom Hull and Dave Kirchenbauer are the Club's official technicians for 1928-30 Auburns. Joel Givner is another good source of information on that year of Auburns. Good luck with the car and hope to see you and the car at Auburn.

Al Hatch

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