I received a call from a local HAMBER who stated that he had looked at a car locally, like my 46 Olds sedanette. He indicated that it was advertised on Facebook and in such poor condition that he passed on it. Anyway I called the seller and went over to see what condition it was in, never know when you might need some spares. Well talk about f*****, the only thing not rusted was the frame. Everything else was beyond salvage. The seller thought it was a 48 Olds so I corrected this error advising that it was a 1947 [Model 76]. The seller then stated that it was a good RR or project car. Lots of luck selling it. Anyway the thing that got my interest was that it was a factory RHD export car. I've never seen one before until now. A friend has a factory RHD 1946 export sedan and it's rare here. There was no data plate on this plate on RH door frame. Mine was on firewall as was friends car. This would be rarer and you could count on your hands how many came into the country back then. Local GM product was different and based on smaller model 66s, still with suicide rear doors. GM here produced a local [experimental] coupe however it never went into production. It sold on E-Bay the other year for a reasonable price, one of one! It's a shame this wasn't in better condition as I would have bought it, even for yard art. Both front doors and roof were damaged apparently when it was removed from the farm and slung onto a trailer. Some people have no idea.