1932 Auburn 8-100-A Cabriolet in Mexico

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16 Feb 2018 00:49 #34188 by DavidK
DavidK replied the topic: 1932 Auburn 8-100-A Cabriolet in Mexico
Randy, if the top was black Hartz material, what would the underside be? Is it also black or would it be tan. Would the pads be the same color as well? Thanks Dave

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16 Feb 2018 01:03 #34189 by RandyEma
RandyEma replied the topic: 1932 Auburn 8-100-A Cabriolet in Mexico
ALL BLACK

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16 Feb 2018 01:07 #34190 by Curt Schulze
Curt Schulze replied the topic: 1932 Auburn 8-100-A Cabriolet in Mexico
The late cars are like that too Dave.

The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.
Be of Good Cheer
Curt

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16 Feb 2018 19:06 #34194 by vintagerodshop
vintagerodshop replied the topic: 1932 Auburn 8-100-A Cabriolet in Mexico
Hi Curt, Is that your Coupe?

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16 Feb 2018 19:35 #34195 by Curt Schulze
Curt Schulze replied the topic: 1932 Auburn 8-100-A Cabriolet in Mexico
Yes it is.

The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.
Be of Good Cheer
Curt

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18 Feb 2018 17:40 #34198 by ilikescars
ilikescars replied the topic: 1932 Auburn 8-100-A Cabriolet in Mexico
Curt: Your "pitchfork" turned out very nice. Lots of work to get it that way, I'll bet
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