New to ACD Club Chassis 1902 A

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03 Sep 2007 21:51 #7922 by oldbanger71
oldbanger71 created the topic: New to ACD Club Chassis 1902 A
:)Hello, I'm new to the ACD Club and intending to buy a Cord 810 Westchester 1936 which didn't move for the last 15-20 years but was dry stored. The seats look very rough and some dash-parts are lost like the horn-ring and stearingwheelcover and chrome-strip to instrumentpannel.
The body it self looks quiet straight no rust, but mechanics have to be overhauled. Can you give me tips on what to look for and where i can obtain mechanical and interior parts ? Chassis is 1902 A

Thank you very much for your help and tips in advanced, best regards Oldbanger71

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04 Sep 2007 14:31 #7927 by Wes Trail
Wes Trail replied the topic:
Hello,

Sorry I can't help much with the Cord parts and restoration tips much other than be patient, everything will come together eventually.

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