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phins
Posted 2007-03-26 10:54 AM (#78300)
Subject: I FOUND THE MOTHERLOAD



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We are also losing our storage yard which has approximately 175 Mopars from the 1940s thru early 1960s, mainly 1955 thru 1961 finned cars, which have been stored for the past 15 years. We have included a couple of pics so you can get an idea of the type of cars. The yard is full of California rust free project and parts cars which we will be selling and/or parting out. If you need parts or cars please feel free to e-mail us and we can send you a complete list.

our storage yard which has approximately 175 Mopars from the 1940s thru early 1960s, mainly 1955 thru 1961 finned cars, which have been stored for the past 15 years. We have included a couple of pics so you can get an idea of the type of cars. The yard is full of California rust free project and parts cars which we will be selling and/or parting out. If you need parts or cars please feel free to e-mail us and we can send you a complete list.


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1960fury
Posted 2007-03-26 11:30 AM (#78302 - in reply to #78300)
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that large rear window 58 windsor (?) coupe talks to me!
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phins
Posted 2007-03-26 6:33 PM (#78342 - in reply to #78302)
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here's the list of Mopars he has

1932 Plymouth Chassis
1932 DeSoto 4 Door Sedan Restorable South Side -Center
1932 Dodge 4 Door Sedan North East
1932 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan Body Project North East
1934 Dodge Sedan Parts North East
1937 Dodge 4 Door Black Parts South West Side
1940 Plymouth Sedan Body North East
1947 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan Parts Maroon North East
1948 Dodge Chassis Parts North East
1949 Dodge Sedan Parts North West
1949 Dodge Coronet 4Door Grey South West Side
1949 Plymouth 4 Door No Top South West Side
1950 Plymouth 4 Door White North West
1951 Plymouth 4Door Grey Parts South West Side
1951 Chrysler New Yorker 4 Door Parts No Mtr; Green South Side - Center
1951 Plymouth 4 Door Parts Silver South Side - Center
1951 Dodge 4 Door Sedan Restorable Black North East
1951 Dodge Chassis Parts North East
1953 Plymouth 4 Door Parts Tan/Copper South Side -Center
1953 Plymouth 4 Door Parts Blue/ White South Side -Center
1953 Chrysler New Yorker 2Door HT Project 331 Hemi North East
1953 Dodge Pick Up Parts North East
1954 Plymouth Convertible Restorable South Side Center
1954 Dodge 4 Door No Mtr South Side - Center
1954 Plymouth 4 Door Parts Yellow South Side - Center
1954 Plymouth 2 Door HT Continental Kit Restorable North East
1954 DeSoto 4 Door Sedan North East
1954 Dodge 4 Door Project 241 Hemi North East
1955 DeSoto 2 Door HT Red Parts North West
1955 DeSoto 4 Door Hemi Engine;Blue North West
1955 Dodge 2 Door HT Yello/Black Parts North West
1955 Chrysler 4 Door Blue North West
1955 Plymouth 2 Door Sedan (E) Save South West Side
1955 Plymouth 2 Door Post Black/White Parts South Side –Center
1955 Dodge 2 Door HT RestorableYellow/Black South Side - Center
1955 Dodge 2 Door Cut Up Chassis Parts Pink/White North East
1956 DeSoto 2 Door HT Hemi Engine North West
1956 Dodge Chassis Eng & Trans North West
1956 Plymouth 4 Door Black/White Parts South West Side
1956 DeSoto 4 Door No Mtr Parts South WestSide
1956 Chrysler Windsor 2Door HT Green Parts South West Side
1956 Imperial 4 Door Parts South Side –Center
1956 Chrysler New Yorker 4Door Parts Hemi 354 south Side -Center
1956 DeSoto Wagon Parts South Side -Center
1956 Plymouth Fury 2 Door HT Body Parts South Side - Center
1956 Dodge Wagon North East
1956 Dodge Custom Royal 4Door SedanParts Gold/White North East
1957 Chrysler Saratoga 4Door Sedan Parts North West
1957 Plymouth Cut Down Wagon EL Camino Style North West
1957 Plymouth Wagon Gold/White South West Side
1957 Imperial LeBaron Gray Parts South West Side
1957 DeSoto Dune Buggy South West Side (I always wanted one of these).
1957 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan Parts Green South Side -Center
1957 Dodge D-500 4 Door Sedan Parts No Motor South Side -Center
1957 DeSoto Firesweep Parts White South Side –Center
1957 DeSoto 4 Door Parts Green/White South Side - Center
1957 Imperial 2 Door HT Pink; No Qtr Panels South Side -Center
1957 Plymouth Sedan Parts Red/ White South Side -Center
1957 Dodge Coronet 2 Door HT South Side -Center
1957 Chrysler New Yorker Wagon Parts North East
1957 Chrysler Windsor 4 Dr HT Fact. A/C Parts Pink North East
1957 DeSoto Fireflite 4 Door HT 341 Hemi North East
1957 Dodge 4 Door Sedan Parts Black North East
1957 Dodge D-500 4 Door Sedan Parts Red/White No Eng North East
1957 DeSoto Fire Sweep 2 Door HT North East
1957 Dodge 2 Door Sedan Parts Texan North East
1958 Dodge Custom Royal 4Door HT Parts North West
1958 Imperial 4 Door Black Parts North West
1958 Chrysler 2 Door HT White South West Side
1958 Plymouth Wagon Yello/White South West Side
1958 Chrysler 2 Door HT Restorable Green/White South Side -Center
1958 DeSoto Fire Dome 4 Door Sedan arts Black South Side -Center
1958 Chrysler 2 Door HT Restorable rebuilt Eng Yellow/White South Side -Center
1958 Plymouth 4 Door Parts Green South Side -Center
1958 Chrysler New Yorker 4Door Sedan Hemi 392;Green South Side -Center
1958 Chrysler New Yorker 4HTParts YellowNo Mtr South Side –Center
1958 Chrysler New Yorker 4Door Sedan 392 Hemi North East
1958 Plymouth 2 Door Sedan Parts White North East
1958 Plymouth Savoy 4 Door Sedan Parts Green North East
1958 Chrysler Windsor 4Door HT Parts North East
1959 DeSoto Firesweep 4Door Sedan Restorable North West
1959 Chrysler New Yorker 4Door HT North West
1959 DeSoto 4 Door HT Gold Project North West
1959 Dodge Coronet 4Door Blue/White North West
1959 Plymouth Wagon Blue South WestSide
1959 Plymouth Sport Fury White/Red Top Parts South West Side
1959 Plymouth Fury 2 Door HT Restorable Gold South West Side
1959 DeSoto Fake Convertible Parts South Side -Center
1959 Plymouth 4 Door Sedan Parts Coral South Side -Center
1959 Dodge Royal 2 Door HT Parts Fins Cut Off (Makes good soup) Editors note: South Side -Center
1959 Dodge Custom Royal 4Door Parts White South Side -Center
1959 Plymouth Wagon Tan South Side -Center
1959 Plymouth Sport Fury 2Door HT Parts Copper North East
1959 Plymouth 4 Door Dedan Parts White North East
1959 Dodge Custom Sierra Wagon North East
1959 Chrysler Saratoga 2 Door HT Parts North East
1960 Plymouth 2 Door HT White Restorable North West
1960 Imperial 2 Door HT Primered, Rebuilt Motor North West
1960 Dodge 4 Door Sedan White Parts North West
1960 Dodge 2 Door Sedan Nice Body North West
1960 Imperial 4 Door HT Pink Restorable North West
1960 Plymouth 2 Door HT Project Green North West
1960 Chrysler Windsor 2 Door HT Black Parts North West
1960 DeSoto 4 Door Sedan Gray Parts North West
1960 Dodge Seneca 4 Door Sedan Green Parts North West
1960 Chrysler Saratoga 2 Door HT Parts North West
1960 Plymouth Fire Chief 361 Comando 4Door South West Side
1960 Imperial LeBaron Black Parts South West Side
1960 DoSoto 4 Door Sedan Green South WestSide
1960 Dodge Phoenix 2 DoorHT Blue South West Side
1960 DeSoto 4 Door Sedan Gold Restorable South Side -Center
1960 Chrysler New Yorker 4 Door Sedan Restorable Blue South Side -Center
1960 Chrysler 4 Door Sedan Parts PrimerW/Flames South Side -Center
1960 Imperial Coupe 2 Door HT Restorable White South Side -Center
1960 Dodge Phoenix 2 DoorHT Parts Rust Color Ran South Side -Center
1960 Chrysler New Yorker 4Door HT Parts White North East
1961 Imperial 2 Door HT Runs North West
1961 Imperial LeBaron Parts South West Side
1961 Chrysler New Yorker 4Door Sedan White Parts South Side -Center
1961 Chrysler Windsor 4Door Sedan Parts Primer South Side -Center
1961 Imperial LeBaron Parts Black South Side -Center
1961 Dodge Pioneer 2DoorHT Restorable South Side -Center
1961 Imperial 2 Door HT Restorable Red South Side -Center
1961 Chrysler New Yorker 4Door HT Parts Tan South Side -Center
1961 Dodge Pioneer 4 Door Fact. A/CParts Swivel Seats North East
1962 Imperial LeBaron 4Door HT Restorable North West
1962 Imperial 2 Door HT White North West
1962 Dodge Lancer 2 Door Green North West
1962 Imperial LeBaron Blue Parts South West Side
1962 Chrysler Newport Wagon Parts South Side -Center
1962 Chrysler 300 2 Door HT Restorable White South Side -Center
1962 Imperial 4 Door Parts Black South Side -Center
1962Imperial Convertible Restorable South Side -Center
1962Chrysler 2 Door HT White RestorableSouth Side -Center
1962 Dodge Custom 880 4 Door Parts Runs North East
1962 Imperial 4 Door HT White North East
1962 Chrysler 300 2 Door HT Project White North East
1962 Chrysler Imperial 2 Door HT White North East
1962 Chrysler 300 2 Door HT Project Red North East
1963 Imperial 2 Door HT North West
1963 Dodge Dart Stn Wgn Project North West
1963 Imperial 2 Door HT Parts Silver South WestSide
1963 Dodge 880 Body Nice Body South West Side
1963 Chrysler 4 Door HT White Runs South Side -Center
1963 Chrysler New Yorker HTWagon Restorable South Side -Center
1963 Chrysler Imperial 4 DoorHT Parts White South Side -Center
1963Chrysler 300 Convertible North East
1963Chrysler 2 Door HT Parts Wrecked Runs North East

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SeemyEgo
Posted 2007-04-07 8:59 PM (#79491 - in reply to #78342)
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Amazing find! But where is he located and how can I get a hold of them?
Thanks!
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Rebels-59
Posted 2007-04-08 5:23 AM (#79528 - in reply to #79491)
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SeemyEgo - 2007-04-08 1:59 AM

Amazing find! But where is he located and how can I get a hold of them?
Thanks!


Click this Link,, It has the Contact Info...

http://forwardlook.net/forums/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=13848&post...
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safetymike77
Posted 2007-04-08 10:45 AM (#79540 - in reply to #78300)
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John (Big M) should buy this one out or work a partnership with these guys if he has the room.... hint hint...
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Rebels-59
Posted 2007-04-08 12:22 PM (#79555 - in reply to #79540)
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I Did wonder if BIG M had contacted them to see he could do a deal for 50 or so motors,, If the Yard needs to be Cleared Soon , There would definatly be a Great deal to be had
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big m
Posted 2007-04-09 4:17 PM (#79659 - in reply to #78300)
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I did contact Gary regarding purchase of some of the parts cars. He is extremely busy at thuis time, hopefully finding homes for some of the more complete cars, so I let him know I was in no big hurry to hear back from him. Gary is a great guy, and the last thing he would let happen is having any of these cars go to the scrapper. I currently have about 850 cars on my property, that should realistically fit about 800, so I would have to make some more room here, as I will not stack cars. ---John
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lawrence
Posted 2007-04-09 6:01 PM (#79672 - in reply to #78300)
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I wasn't going to say anything but I can't resist. $7000 wouldn't buy that 4 dr desoto wagon(hemi) needing a complete restoration...These cars are sky high. Neil what would your FMV have been on that wagon, the one up top?? If you say that thing is worth more than $7000 and that 58 2 dr hardtop on the other thread is only worth $500, well..I just won't know what to say.
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Posted 2007-04-09 6:53 PM (#79682 - in reply to #78300)
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I am not sure if it was the yellow one in the pictures but the 3 57 Chryslers were priced to me as 4,500.00 2,500.00 and 2,500.00 To me the amount of work the cars would need to be complete again, let alone restore them, would just be too much to consider them at those prices.
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d500neil
Posted 2007-04-12 8:33 PM (#80038 - in reply to #78300)
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Hey, Larry; sorry I'm so late getting to this party(-line), but 'golly', I DO think that $7K is a reasonable price, for #3 jay-peg,
above-here.

We're talking about that WAGON, now; & not that 4-dr hulk, right?

Dayuuum, that wagon looks GOOD to me.

If I were asked to appraise it, based SOLELY upon this-here pic, & if the car MOVES under its own power, I would say
that it may be worth up to TEN-kay (presuming it to be a COMPLETE, rust-FREE car, needing only cosmetic & mechanical
repairs, and NOT any structural repairs).

Station wagons are "hot" commodities, now, and THIS one's got a roof rack, & pink (may be oxidized 'Coral'?) and white
paint????

Its PARTS value is enormous; god-forbid that anyone DOESN'T restore it!!!







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fast59desoto
Posted 2007-04-13 12:02 AM (#80066 - in reply to #80038)
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i emailed on the 59 desotos and got no response
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antonellomopar
Posted 2007-04-13 2:08 AM (#80083 - in reply to #78300)
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I was the high bidder on the DeSoto wagon with 7500, reserve was 8500. After the auction, I contacted Gary and ended up buying the wagon for 8000$ delivered to Los Angeles port. Now the car is already loaded inside a container bound for Italy. A friend of mine wanted the car, so I bought her for him. Price seems very reasonable for me, car is fairly rustfree, complete, running, driving, and rare with only 800 or so built.
When I read the list, I was intrigued by a red 61 Imperial coupe, got the pics, and car was spectacular, all red with a white leather interior, so ended buying this, too , for 4000$, including all parts needed for repair. No rust, very good chrome, car is intact save for a bent door, and a good door will be included in the sale.
Gary and Ernie prices seem correct, cars are rare and desirable, very little rust on them, and they are nice people. They sent the wagon with just a scanned copy of bank wire, didn't even wait for funds to arrive on their account....
Besides, they have a gold mine of spare parts, nos and used, and prices are fair.


Edited by antonellomopar 2007-04-13 2:13 AM
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Fanbladeus
Posted 2007-04-16 10:12 AM (#80405 - in reply to #78300)
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Its good to see that these beauties are bringing fair prices. I know some of them in the pics are rough and not so rare and would warrant lower prices. If they're straight shooters it will depend on the model and condition.

It seems like it depends on which end of the deal you're on for what these cars are valued at. If you're buying you want something dirt cheap (me included, poor student here), but when it comes to selling you think your Chrysler has golden fins.

Hopefully this price trend continues. I would like to see the prices on these old rare beauties raise a bit. We'll see more and more restored beauties return to the road instead of being sold for scrap and crushed.

--Joe
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