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  • E.Arthur Enderle III
    I am in the market for a hotshot or supersport. I currently have a 51 superwagon that I restored and am working on a 49 pickup and a 50 sedan. I plan to sell
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 12, 2007
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      I am in the market for a hotshot or supersport. I currently have a 51
      superwagon that I restored and am working on a 49 pickup and a 50
      sedan. I plan to sell the wagon. I have decided that I am ready to look
      for a hotshot or supersport. I am interested in an origial as possible
      car and hopefully one that has been restored. I will consider whatever
      is out there. I am hoping to find one before it ends up on ebay. Should
      you have one or know of someone who is looking to part with one please
      contact me at aenderle3@.... Thanks so much
    • mrcooby
      We ll post the particulars here on all Crosleys we find for sale, and there have been some VCs offered for sale over the past six months. Keep checking, and if
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 15, 2007
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        We'll post the
        particulars here on all
        Crosleys we find for
        sale, and there have
        been some VCs offered
        for sale over the past
        six months. Keep
        checking, and if you
        get a chance, tell us
        about your '51 station
        wagon, Arthur.

        I'll start myself by
        talking about my '42 CB-
        42 Liberty Sedan. On
        the first Sundayof
        every May there's a
        great Waukegan (IL)
        Chapter AACA meet/swap
        in Grays Lake IL. I had
        my unrestored '47
        Sports Convertible
        there (which won a Most
        Potential trophy - was
        that a compliment? ;-)
        and there was a Chicago
        couple there walking
        around looking to sell
        a one-owner Liberty
        (though nobody then
        knew what it was) at an
        estate sale in Chicago.
        I delayed following up
        until June (bad choice,
        but it worked out
        anyways) and it was
        still available.

        The brother-in-law I'd
        met at Grays Lake, Mr.
        Al Grywa of Chicago (we
        became friends and he's
        now deceased), was the
        executor and said
        another relative (who
        he despised) was a
        professional clown and
        wanted the car to use
        as a prop. Al wanted me
        to buy it, for one main
        reason - to screw over
        his brother-in-law. He
        said by law he had to
        take top bid and with a
        wink he said $600 would
        be top bid. Sounds
        cheap, but $600
        happened to be all the
        money I had at the
        time. He even threw in
        a nice '73 Chevrolet
        Impala four-door
        hardtop, which became
        my main ride for four
        years.

        Anyways, it ran like a
        champ and I finally
        restored it by 1989.
        The Grywas visited here
        in 1995 to see it.
        Right now Al Calvin is
        doing the engine,and
        it's going to be a
        great summer. (Thanks,
        Al!)

        =Lou Rugani=
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        "E.Arthur Enderle III"
        <aenderle3@...> wrote:
        >
        > I am in the market
        for a hotshot or
        supersport. I currently
        have a 51
        > superwagon that I
        restored and am working
        on a 49 pickup and a 50
        > sedan. I plan to sell
        the wagon. I have
        decided that I am ready
        to look
        > for a hotshot or
        supersport. I am
        interested in an
        original as possible
        > car and hopefully one
        that has been restored.
        I will consider
        whatever
        > is out there. I am
        hoping to find one
        before it ends up on
        ebay. Should
        > you have one or know
        of someone who is
        looking to part with
        one please
        > contact me at
        aenderle3@... Thanks so
        much
        >
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