What's parked next to your ACD car?

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07 Apr 2006 01:17 #4659 by cbs
cbs created the topic: What's parked next to your ACD car?
Poll to see what's parked next to your ACD car. If the Peerless or Phantom III's parked 2 cars away: doesn't count. You can only count the Crosley, Morris or Bolens parked right there. If you have items on either side, above, kittycorner or below, it counts; (multiple floor garage?)

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1) No shuffling cars before voting
2) Any ACD vehicle 1900-1937
3) Ag equipment, two wheelers, aircraft, snowmobiles, boats, ex or active military vehicles, automobilia or what have you are all applicable
4) Most incredible will be required to submit pic at conclusion of poll
5) Vehicles parked in restoration shops must obtain photo release from business and car owners before submitting pic.
6) ACD cars in pieces: Body, Chassis or Engine OK (counts as one if numbers-matching); Misc. parts not applicable
7) Currently owned ACD cars only; (No historical recollections) unless fantastic and verifiable



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07 Apr 2006 02:56 #4661 by Bill Hummel
Bill Hummel replied the topic: NEXT DOOR
There is a BMW X5 SUV parked next to my Cord .... Not mine though!

It's my brother Peter's since I park the Cord over at his house. Hey! It was your rules ...

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07 Apr 2006 09:18 #4663 by ilikescars
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Next to Auburn Sedan is a large shelf full of different-color leftover shingles :(

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07 Apr 2006 11:41 #4664 by MICHAEL S SMITH
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OK, NEXT TO THE SPEEDSTER THE PHAETON IS ON ONE SIDE, AND A 32 FORD ROADSTER HOT ROD IS ON THE OTHER,THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PHAETON IS MY DRIVER, A 1997 MERCEDES S500 COUPE. NEXT TO THE CORD SC CABRIOLET THE THE CUSTOM SC BEVERLY IS ON ONE SIDE, AND A 1960 MERCEDES 300 ADDENAUR SEDAN THE OTHER, ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CUSTOM IS MY MID LIFE CRISIS CAR, A 2005 FORD GT (I JOKE , BUT ACTUALLY MY WIFE LOST HER BATTLE WITH BREAST CANCER AT THE AGE OF 49 A COUPLE OF YEARS AGO,AND SINCE THEN I DECIDED IF I WANTED SOMETHING, AND IT HURT NO ONE, I WAS DAMN WELL GOING TO DO WHATEVER I WANTED TO CAUSE LIFE IS JUST TO PRECIOUS TO WASTE. AND I ALWAYS WANTED A WORLD CLASS SUPERCAR). THEN THE 36 WEST CHESTER IS BESIDE THE 37 PHAETON, 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) I SOLD THE CORD REPLICA. AND THE AUBURN SEDAN IS BESIDE ITSELF BECAUSE ITS ALL IN PARTS.

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851 auburn phaeton
851 auburn sedan
810 cord westchester
812 cord phaeton(ex Tressler Swiss)
812 cord custom s/c beverly
812 cord s/c cabriolet
812 cord s/c beverly
80 866 speedster (pray factory built)

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07 Apr 2006 17:02 #4666 by DJT
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ilikescars wrote: Next to Auburn Sedan is a large shelf full of different-color leftover shingles :(



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07 Apr 2006 22:11 #4667 by K Clark
K Clark replied the topic: Next too!
Next to my 32 Auburn 8-100 A Sedan is a 1929 Custom rodded L-29 and a 1930 L-29 Cabriolet.
Ken Clark

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