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Chryslers at auction in Texas.
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mstrug
Posted 2018-04-13 9:57 PM (#561574)
Subject: Chryslers at auction in Texas.



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1953-4 CHRYSLERS- 3-Sdns, 1955 -6 CHRYSLERS- 8-Sdns, 1956 IMPERIAL 2DR SDN, 1956 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER, 2DR SDN, 1957 DODGE SDN, 1959 CHRYSLER SDN, 1959 IMPERIAL SDNS, 1960 CHYRSLER SDN, 1961 CHRYSLER SDNS, 1967 PLYMOUTH CONV.,

http://www.vanderbrinkauctions.com/auction/the-smith-cadillac-colle...
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drosera88
Posted 2018-04-13 10:43 PM (#561576 - in reply to #561574)
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I wish they had better pics of the rockers on those 61 Chryslers. I'm looking for some decent ones and these right here could be a good opportunity to find some. Plus that 2D Windsor has a factory AC setup. I am very tempted to bid on one or more of those just for some of the parts. If anyone looks at these in person, could you take a look at the rockers for me? 

Also, someone please save that 57 Dodge! That thing is just begging to be restored! No floors but that body looks great! All the exterior trim too! 

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56D500boy
Posted 2018-04-13 11:03 PM (#561581 - in reply to #561576)
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Floors? Schmores! That wouldn't scare a Swede:

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SavoyPlaza
Posted 2018-04-14 6:50 AM (#561593 - in reply to #561574)
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That's a lotta '59 Caddys in one place!

I would definitely recommend a visual on those '61 Chryslers. Neither seem to have wheels and I would think they'd loose their floors
and rockers quickly sitting on the ground.
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FINS!
Posted 2018-04-14 10:35 PM (#561643 - in reply to #561574)
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Wish it wasn't Vanderbrink auctions, I hate having to deal with auction companies because their time frames are so tight (hard when you are 1000 miles away). I talked to this guy when looking for parts for my '59 Cadillac, he was a sour old grump. I had no idea he had '50 59s that's insane. Why do I have the feeling I will be trying to bid in this auction
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macedon
Posted 2018-04-19 6:43 AM (#561888 - in reply to #561574)
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Anybody going to this auction or the preview? I'm interested in the 57 DeSoto rear clip. And no, not as a couch. If the trunk floor is solid I could use it on my project.

That 59 Imp is nice too. Got swivels. NO, NO I just can't go there.
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FINS!
Posted 2018-04-21 4:58 PM (#562038 - in reply to #561574)
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I bought 10 cars. A friend got the 59 Imperials. The Dodge went for $800 as that's where I stopped bidding. The Windsors were a few hundred bucks. Dave, you have self control. I do not

Edited by FINS! 2018-04-21 4:59 PM
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57DODGECONV
Posted 2018-04-21 7:18 PM (#562041 - in reply to #561574)
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Garrett ,10 cars ! That’s Great hope you Got some Gems .
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mikes2nd
Posted 2018-04-21 7:54 PM (#562043 - in reply to #561574)
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Was there a good floor pan in that 10? Wow
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macedon
Posted 2018-04-21 8:31 PM (#562044 - in reply to #561574)
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Awesome. I'm envious... big time!
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FINS!
Posted 2018-04-22 4:15 PM (#562078 - in reply to #561574)
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I think I got some great ones. They are all solid cars. No Mopars acutally, Cadillacs and a Buick I couldn't bare to see crushed ($250) If anyone has a trailer or can move cars or has storage space please let me know. I need to store a few for a couple weeks before I bring them up here to Chicago. I'll have to bring them here probably 2 at a time as I make room.
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