1932 Auburn 8-100-A Cabriolet in Mexico

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06 Feb 2018 01:41 #34097 by convertiblesforever
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That one looks like Mace Maynards '32 and he had wood wheels on it. He told me that the party he sold it to upgraded to chrome wire wheels. Maybe he will chime in. Still nice looking!

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06 Feb 2018 02:49 #34098 by 8-100 A Cabrio
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My car did have wood wheels! They were given to me. So, perhaps the car is the one you are referring to.

I intend to keep the chromed wire wheels with the car, as they are really gorgeous, but perhaps with black walls as I think the chrome will give the car enough sparkle, if that is the word (sorry, I am not native in English). I will keep the wood wheels just in case.

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Victor

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06 Feb 2018 04:32 #34100 by Jonathan Richards
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Hello, Victor, My 2011-2012 ACD Club Membership Directory shows that Tim Wilson ( Membership #2120) lived at 733 Shun Pike Road , cape May , New Jersey 08204 with Home Phone # Area 609/ 425-1301 and E-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . He listed as owned a 1932 Auburn 8-100A Cabriolet. Welcome to the ACD Club. Sincerely, Jonathan Richards at Chesterfieldm Missouri

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06 Feb 2018 04:58 #34101 by 8-100 A Cabrio
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Hi, Jonathan!
Thanks a lot for the information! I will contact mr. Wilson and see if he can share whatever he knows on the history of the car.
I sincerely appreciate your help,
Victor

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06 Feb 2018 12:46 #34103 by Curt Schulze
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I have 34-36 Limousine body tags they may be the same. Post a pix of yours.

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06 Feb 2018 14:54 #34104 by Jonathan Richards
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Good Morning, Victor, You could always try the old fashioned means of contact with Mr. Wilson , i.e. send him a letter at the Cape May , NJ address we have provided. We have gotten so used to instant communication on the internet/E-mail that we tend to forget about "snail mail". Hope you can talk with Mr. Wilson about your car's history. Keep us posted, Jack Richards

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