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Hot Rods Barn Find (with a twist)

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by burninbilly, Jul 24, 2011.

  1. burninbilly
    Joined: Jan 24, 2009
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    Wow,,is all i can say!Here is the story.My project has been put on hold,i took a new welding job ,way out in the sticks.We all have relatives we dont want to admit they are related.The location i took the job,well i have one in the area,so he hears im in the area.We hook up he comes by,we talk asks if im still into cars ,yes i explain,tell him what i have.We go for a drive to his run down farm where he lives,along the way he asks if i still collect firearms,i explain i do.He is gun crazy but not car crazy.So he asks if i wanna get rid of any as were heading into his old shop He smiles a little strange and says he has an old car hes thinkin of trading for a few gun,we go in shuffle some shit and there it is ,,,all original everything there,cloth interior,was running when dad parked it.So guess what i have the guns and we are talkin big time now here are some pics of it,Whats it worth is it a 29 or 29,fingers crossed.im sayin yeeeeeaaahhhhh!!!!!!!!!pics are on my albums cause im having trouble loading them
     
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  2. tattedfordguy
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  3. here you go.
    Good looking A from what can be seen. :)
     

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  4. ol'skool29
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    i'm thinking that it is a 28 judging by the pics provided
     
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  5. Dynaflash_8
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    from Auburn WA

    29'. 28s had painted grills.
     
  6. alchemy
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    Wrong.

    Can't tell from those pics, it could be either 28 or 29. It does have a taillight stalk on the rear fender, so if it's 28 it's a later one. Check the title or the engine numbers. If you can see the numbers on the block, compare them to a Model A restorer's site on the web.
     
  7. Hard to tell the value... I dont see any major rust at the lower cowl. I would guess $6000 - $7000
     
  8. arkiehotrods
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    . Where do people get such misinformation? Seriously.
     
  9. BOWTIE BROWN
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    just trade the man , who cares what year it is .
    "AND THE BOWTIE ROLLS ON"
     
  10. dirt slinger
    Joined: Jan 30, 2010
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    You lucky dog you!
     
  11. slammed
    Joined: Jun 10, 2004
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    From the Father of all lies?
     
  12. belair
    Joined: Jul 10, 2006
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    ^^^ha - these days, that's the internet!
     

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