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Folks Of Interest The Curious Collection of James Petrozzini

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  1. Jive-Bomber
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    The Curious Collection of James Petrozzini

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  2. 1. The Caddy Wagon to make it a tow rig
    2. The motor home
    The rest for the restorers
    Well maybe the glass body car for Chick, she loves converts/roadsters
     
  3. Man, I love that 1937 Western Clipper, sure would like to see what it looks like inside. HRP

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  4. Probably pretty stylish with custom wood finishes and details.Be cool to drive anywhere,I would.
     
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  5. catdad49
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    Thanks to Mr. Petrozzini for saving these and his other machines. I wonder what else he had stashed away?!
     
  6. Squablow
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    I swear I saw a picture of that same glass body in a magazine article picture about Geoff Hacker (hopefully I spelled that right). That is a really good looking body, I'd really like to build a sports car of that style someday.
     
  7. 49ratfink
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    it's a mess inside... google images has other photos of it. it has a 327 in it!
     
  8. catdad49
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    Looked at some of the catalog and there might be some deals to be had (depends on who's there). I see they have the '35 Ford coupe in there for cheap! Most at no reserve, should be interesting. Thanks, Jay.
     
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  9. 41rodderz
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    Some nice projects:cool:
     
  10. sololobo
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    what a great variety of coolness, love the clipper and that sports car could be sweet with a lil love
     
  11. oldbanger71
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    I spotted with my little eye..... a stylish 1937 Cord Westchester, that one would feel at home in my garage.. i wonder what chassisnumber it is..
    Obvioussly there are more Cord for sale
     

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  12. RichFox
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    I know I saw that Fiberglass car in at least one magazine when it was first done, Somebody will have something about it.
     
  13. Judging by what looks like the oversize windshield, the Caddy wagon might have been built on a commercial chassis.
     
  14. mgtstumpy
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    I'd be happy with any/all in my garage! :D
     
  15. That fiberglass 1955 Custom Roadster has such a pretty profile. I went to view it at the Mecum site, and the interior is such a disappointment! It looks like a 1970s VW kit car died inside of it. I would still love to have it though...
     

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