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Old 06-14-2006, 10:33 AM
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Help Me Idendify All Of These Cars

OK guys I have found the holy grail of car finds. A friend of a friend told me about all of these cars an attorney has been storing for years. Hundreds of cars. There are Lot's of 40's and 50's cars but lots of others also. We are trying to put a package together because I can't buy them all. But I need help Identifying the ones I am interested in. The owner wants to remain anonymous and after we buy ours I will see if he wants to sell to others. I can tell you that the cars are in a warehouse on the east coast.

I have lots of pics that I want help with identification but they are too big to upload here. What can I do so you guys can see them to help me identify them? Thanks

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Old 06-14-2006, 02:12 PM
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Go to Photobucket.com
You can load your pictures there for free and anyone can view them.
Then all you have to do is send is a link for people to see them.
It automatically reduces the size when you install them.

http://photobucket.com/
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Old 06-14-2006, 02:48 PM
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JCCLARK thanks for the photobucket info it worked great.

Guys,

I have downloaded 11 pictures on this photobucket.com website for you to view. Each picture has a number (1 through 11) and a brief description of which car it is. I am really interested in picture number 1. But I have an opportunity to get all of them. Thanks in advance.

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http://s65.photobucket.com/albums/h224/DAVE_1969/

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how much do you want to offer him for the cars you want?then offer him that price for the lot
good luck stuart looks like a good find
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Old 06-14-2006, 03:19 PM
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He probably has millions in cars there he has some one of a kind Packard's, some vettes. A beautiful 59 caddy convertible and I am not even scratching the surface. He has well over 200 cars, warehouse floors full of old parts. Grills, bumpers you name it. The owner is smart he knows what he has.I wish I had the money to buy the lot it could be someones full time job for years to work this stuff on ebay.

Right now I just want to identify the ones in the pics for me I have not seen them in person yet all I have to go buy is the pics.
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Hi Dave
This is only a guess.
#2-Could be a 69 camaro or firebird.
#3-Looks like a 56 chevy.
#6-64 Tempest?
#10-I think the W-25 Olds was a different package from the Hurst Olds.
Like I said these are only a guess. The rest I havent a clue.
Good luck.
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what are they

#5 is a Packard,41-46.
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On # 5 I am interested in the tail end of the car to the left. It's black.

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ok here goes

#11. late 30's pakard

#10. 73-74 olds cutlass w25

#09. buick or olds 55-57 prob. buick

#08. ???????????

#07. 41 ford coupe ???? 41 had split rear window.

#06. 65-67 tempest

#05. coupe no clue but car in center is maybe a hudson 50's

#04. no clue

#03. 56 chevy

#02. camaro/firebird first gen, but beautifull packard in center.

#01. willys 40-41 ???

well its a very interesting place id love to get lost in there for a day or 2 but there do seem to be a lot of packards in there nice find.

notice the heater in the ceiling so it must be north on the east coast!!!! thats near me...
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6 is a 66 or 67 Tempest or LeMans. I would lean to 67 base on what little I can make out of on the grill. Rear shot would make it easier.
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#2 is a late 50's Packard.
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11- 41 Packard 120 Conv.
10- 74 Olds Cutlass
9- 55 Buick
8- Don't know which you are wanting
7- Late 30's- early 40's Packard, probably 40
6- 67 Tempest.
5- 37 Ford
4- GM- 39-41
3- 56 Chevy
2- 68-69 Chevelle
1- 39 Willys

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So, what is the deal? Are they for sale? Is there someone we can call and take a look ourselves?

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No, the owner is very eccentric and does not want anyone knowing of the location for fear of theft. It's going to be a slow process. It took him 3 weeks to come up with pricing for only 8 cars and there is 100's of cars.
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That would be pretty nice if it was in Maryland like your location, but that would be too simple. He does have a lot of nice cars there.
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