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1972 Dodge Monaco Brougham
I purchased this 1972 Dodge Monaco Brougham at Hershey show
in 2001 from a dealer who was not specialized in old cars.
He sold the car on behalf of an old lady from
Elverston, PA. She was first
owner, the mileage was 52.000
miles on the clock. Everything on the car is in original and
very good shape. I exported the car to Germany. When it
arrived in Bremerhaven port, I could start the engine right
away and drove it 200 miles home. The car is in excellent
shape, nothing major needed to be repaired or rebuild until
today. I enjoy visiting car shows and enthusiasts meetings
throughout Germany very much, the car is a really eye
catcher due to its perfect and original condition.
|1956 Plymouth Savoy,
Mark Dambrosio, Orange County CA.
When I was 18 I had in 1956 Plymouth Savoy 2 door hardtop
273 v8 2 barrel pushbutton TorqueFlite 2 speed. Fast forward
to today and in 30 years I have not seen another in person
until about a month ago when at a local museum I saw this
car... and long story short worked out a deal to get it. It
is an ex Harrah's collection car. I have all the
the broadcast sheets... the build
sheet from the Chrysler Historic Society.... and a volume
compiled from the National Auto Museum ie the Harrah's
collection. It is a 27,000 miles original survivor that did
spend many of her years on display but it is 100% original
paint and interior. Now that I own her I feel like I'm a
custodian of Americana and History but I do plan on showing
the car and letting the judges decide. it is already won two
best in shows in the unrestored category.
1940 Chrysler Windsor
I purchased this 1940 Chrysler C25 Windsor at Hershey
show in 2003 from a private person who sold the car on
behalf of an old lady from Rahway, PA. She was first
owner, the mileage was 35.000
miles on the clock. The body and mechanics on the car was
in very, very good shape, although the interior was rotten
and the mice had build nests inside. I disassembled the
major parts like doors, fenders, hood
and trunk door for restoration. All new old style safety
glass was done. The body got a new paint, but very near to
original tone in silk gray. RAL tone
7044 matches perfectly. No frame off restoration
was necessary, all is extremely straight and no rust was on
this car. Only some dents and very much faded and chalked
paint. Right now I am assembling the interior. That has
been renewed in dark blue and I hope to finish the car for
the "big" Germany Chrysler meeting in
Datteln, Germany in August 2006.
1933 Dodge DP Deluxe Sedan
The "deluxe" designation signifies
the dual external horns, the dual
sidemount spare wheels, the second windshield wiper,
and the second tail light. The trunk
(and trunk rack) were also optional. Mine also has a
1933 Philco radio (car came
wired for it) and a Trico vacuum-operated
defroster fan. The fan and the radio head mount on the
steering column, while the main radio box was connected to
the head via control cables, and mounted under the dash on
the firewall. This car configuration and these
options are the same as the car my father owned when I was a
small child, except his car had wooden wheels.
now about 99.9% restored, and driven about 1000 miles a
year, with 51,600 miles on the odometer. It cruises
comfortably at 55 mph. A great joy to own and drive!
1963 Imperial Crown Convertible
1955 Desoto Firedome Sportsman
1931 Chrysler CM Roadster.
This 1931 CM roadster was found in Quebec by a fellow New
England collector in
mid 1980s; he sold it to me shortly after bringing it home.
All there and
only one brake piston was moving when I got it! A complete
rebuild, radiator and fuel-tank boil-out, oil-pan cleaning,
new top and a set of
and my uncle & I drove from Rhode Island to Hershey and
back. That was a
ago. Itís currently under a bunch of stuff in my garage but
I hope to
to the road by this time next year!
1979 Chrysler LeBaron Medallion - Fridrik R. Eggertsson, Iceland
This car was originally scheduled to go to Saudi Arabia but for some reason ended on a
layover place in Germany. From that place it was bought by the Chrysler
dealership in Iceland about a year later along with several other LeBaron cars.
This car was first registered in Iceland in July 1980. The build sheet of the
car registers a build date of 13th. of December 1978 at the St. Louis, Missouri
plant. This car came with well equipped with power windows, power driver's
seat, power trunk lid release, remote controlled door mirrors. It also had T-Bar
roof as well as the E-58 360 cu.in. four barrel engine rated at 195 hp.
According to mr. Galen V. Govier only 556 of those cars were made with the E-58
engine and only 860 had the T-Bar roof so the question remains how many had
1949 Dodge Wayfarer Roadster
Ross and Annie Horton,
Whidbey Island, WA
The 1949 Dodge roadster I obtained from a Lady In Oregon who
was the 2nd and 4th owner. It ran well enough to drive home
(about 300 mi.) I spent the Winter of 1997 refreshing it
and It has been a consisted prize winner. The 1949 Dodge
Wayfarer roadster was a true roadster as it has no side
windows. It uses side curtains.
roadster was part of the Wayfarer line and was built on 115"
wheelbase. The Meadowbrook and Coronet lines were on 123
1/2" W.B. You could also order this body with roll up
windows for $35 more. The car listed at $1727 which was
about $100 less than Ford or Chevy. rag
1949 Plymouth Suburban
Ross and Annie Horton,
Whidbey Island, WA
The 1949 Suburban is Annie's grocery getter. I located
this one in Indiana May of 2004. Took it for a test
drive and again drove it home. 2400 mi. this time and
no problems. This car has had a paint job,
rechromed bumpers and the front
seat cushions re done the rest is as I bought it plus a
little soap and water.
The 1949 Plymouth Suburban was
the first all steel station wagon from Chrysler Corp.
It was part of the Deluxe line which was built on a 111"
wheelbase. The Special Deluxe line was on a 118
1/2" W.B. The Suburban listed for $1840.
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