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Old 12-18-2011, 06:17 PM
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This 1967 McLain flower car and 1964 Fleetwood 75 formal are located in north central part of the state. They have been sitting outside for a long time and would be ambitious restorations. The '67 was built from a basic Calais with crank windows. The '64 still has some hard to find goodies like the rear clock, ash trays, and radio controls.

Both cars are mostly complete and are for sale. If you're interested, please PM me for the owner's contact information.
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Old 12-18-2011, 06:25 PM
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Thanks to Jim Jordan for telling me about these cars. This 1964 Park Row combination, while somewhat rough and requiring a complete restoration, is complete. It even has factory air front and rear. I would like to have taken more photos but was dressed for a meeting and couldn't climb around like I normally would. The owner is asking $3,500 for it.
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Old 12-18-2011, 08:44 PM
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..... The '64 still has some hard to find goodies like the rear clock, ash trays, and radio controls.
And Windshield!
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And Windshield!
And CC front sheetmetal. Realistically being a formal limo, someone should restore it. Russ Austin is probably frothing otherwise.

'64? Pishaw. W/o seeing a title it can be a '65 - no hubcaps to differentiate between the two years.

I do enjoy that someone else is putting up other available fun 'stuff' out there for a change! Keep it up.
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And CC front sheetmetal. Realistically being a formal limo, someone should restore it. Russ Austin is probably frothing otherwise.
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I'd take the 64 fenders, but am really wanting a 63 Limo
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put you fenders on the bus I'll fix them and send them back. you can then buy these and you'll have two sets.
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I see the Park Row Combo has Sedgwick county tags. Maybe a collector from Wichita can bring it back up here.
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This 1967 McLain flower car and 1964 Fleetwood 75 formal are located in north central part of the state. They have been sitting outside for a long time and would be ambitious restorations. The '67 was built from a basic Calais with crank windows. The '64 still has some hard to find goodies like the rear clock, ash trays, and radio controls.

Both cars are mostly complete and are for sale. If you're interested, please PM me for the owner's contact information.
The 64 also has the rare formal roof treatment with closed rear side windows..nice
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If Somebody buys that Park Row, looks like a spare bumper in the back, I sure could use the passenger side bumper blade if it's in good shape.
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If Somebody buys that Park Row, looks like a spare bumper in the back, I sure could use the passenger side bumper blade if it's in good shape.
What part of the 64 bumper you need? I have all the parts, but the bottom end bucket.
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