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The good old days 1948 ACD Company invoice

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04 Dec 2021 20:50 - 04 Dec 2021 21:07 #44380 by pete kelly
The good old days 1948 ACD Company invoice was created by pete kelly
Invoice from 1948 for cord parts from the ACD Co.
They were shipped from Auburn to California AIR MAIL
COST $1.75
'1936 Cord clutch and brake pedal grommets, still has the remains of the Auburn tag.
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05 Dec 2021 13:55 #44386 by uconn_1965
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How about set of hup caps $20., outer u joints $55.70, hub and drum $14.85 and tail light lens and retainer $1.95
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05 Dec 2021 14:01 #44387 by pete kelly
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DEFINITELY THE good old days

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05 Dec 2021 18:00 #44390 by 1748 S
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I have an original Auburn factory price list. I found the dash instrument light rheostat switch was being sold for .95 cents. I had the Auburn numbers so I took this to Randy Ema. After lunch that day we looked the part number up in his master parts catalogs. Turns out Auburn purchased it for .16 cents and flipped it for .95 cents. I know of one original NOS switch and the seller wants $500.00 for it....... I want it but can't justify the cost.... But its on my list of the out of this world prices like the original bumper jack at $2500.00. The jack NOBODY will ever use......
The cost of restoration costs real money.....


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05 Dec 2021 20:05 #44391 by Terry Cockerell
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Gary, I agree trying to restore a Cord certainly costs a lot of money especially with the finer details however there is one exception and that is the horn tags.
They were hidden under the end caps so we don't need to find replacements.

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07 Dec 2021 12:27 #44407 by wynlaidig
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So if no one will see it we don't have to worry about it??

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