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Old 08-17-2018, 06:17 PM
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I am offering a package deal on any of the three cars I have for sale. Both Cadillac's or a Cadillac and Lincoln. best reasonable offer. I have a must sell issue needs to be resolved. PM for Best offers.
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Old 08-20-2018, 10:31 PM
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Any two of my three cars for 17K, excluding parts. The parts package stock has a brand new 26 cot that Nicholas Studer traded me, plus cash for a two inch narrower 26 cot. He drove through one of the worst snow storms from Texas to Minnesota and right back to Texas to trade for the original 26 that was in his Chrysler Pinner he got from Paul. A brand new windshield, two sets of limousine glass and corner glass. One set tinted for a crown, one set untinted for a Sovereign. A Crown headliner from a 1965 parts car can be seen in the parts for sale. A set of wire wheel covers also can be seen in the parts for sale. So many other very nice items cherry picked over 8 years in the PCS. Spindles from Dan Scully for spares for front suspension. Yes, easily 5K for the parts package alone. Well you know some of the things they say, some good deals only come around once in a lifetime, and what Forrest's mama told him and should of, could of would of, etc. I do have some of the best of the best parts assembled.
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Old 09-05-2018, 07:53 AM
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Okay, well make me an offer on the two 1969 coach's. Do you like Lincolns? Lots of Lincolns out there according to a member here. Sure are I have checked and gone to look at some of them. Surprise, surprise,surprise, just like Gomer Pyle would say and they are just that, piles that photograph so well. Bundle the Lincoln with a Cadillac I am happy to keep any one of these beauty's because they are three of the nicest vehicles I have ever owned. Even the Sovereign with the rat rod painted roof, gets enough attention I have to plan extra time into buying gas because someone always wants to talk about the coach at the gas station.
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Old 09-06-2018, 04:57 PM
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Okay, I should admit that you are one of the best old guy friends, I have ever met! Your Welcome! Hurts my feelings that people do not appreciate your professional opinion about what you think of our cars. Certainly odd that most of the time otherwise, people are complimenting your skills to the degree that might get a bit embarrassing, but hey, it is what it is and you are gifted when it comes to making art from an old rusted piece of iron. Well I hope some body reads what you wrote here about our cars, its true that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder in this case and you truly see what a couple of knock outs for cars we got. Bless you for that! The Cameo Beige coach was driven this weekend first time in three years and it was very enjoyable, Drove the Sovereign this weekend also after two years, hard to get behind the wheel in that coach weighing 220 makes a difference I guess. The Royale is roomy on the other hand. How's it possible? Hope the coach's sell after you expressed the endorsement. To bad we don't live closer because I would be over to watch you work on cars out in the shop and bothering you. Have some fun for me today and kiss a buffalo.
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These are some nice cars and I really truly hope you sell them. I wish I had the space and cash to buy one. Its mostly a space issue though for me.
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Blake, trade up is what I suggest. Sell your coach and buy one of ours. And, Thanks for the compliment! I hope we sell them also, because I have no place to work on them anymore and the price to hire out restoration is expensive. The reality check for me is that I thought they were going to be an investment to cash out on when we got older. I am already upside down on money spent on the coach's considering the interest in hearses by car collectors just is not there to warrant spending anything more on them.
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Michael, you really do have a couple of beauties there! Please consider the fact that in clubs, many members seem to resist buying from other members, for reasons that I don't understand. But, when I offered my 68 Superior-Pontiac hightop ambulance, I got a couple of people showing interest, but no serious interest. As soon as I posted it on craigslist, I got interest in it and a buyer for it and a new PCS member was born. I have bought a number of cars from club members, I don't think I ever sold a car to a club member.

Don't loose hope, those coaches look like bargains, in my opinion, but I am not buying anything, just rambling. Try another venue, maybe even Hemmings. Good luck!
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Michael, you really do have a couple of beauties there! Please consider the fact that in clubs, many members seem to resist buying from other members, for reasons that I don't understand. But, when I offered my 68 Superior-Pontiac hightop ambulance, I got a couple of people showing interest, but no serious interest. As soon as I posted it on craigslist, I got interest in it and a buyer for it and a new PCS member was born. I have bought a number of cars from club members, I don't think I ever sold a car to a club member.

Don't loose hope, those coaches look like bargains, in my opinion, but I am not buying anything, just rambling. Try another venue, maybe even Hemmings. Good luck!
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Your audience is just too limited on this website. You need to get them to a larger audience. Also, it has nothing to do with "not wanting to buy a coach from a fellow PCS member". I am sure that you saw the '72 C-B Cotington that Steve Loftin recently purchased from another PCS member right after it was posted on this site. The seller had a number of people wanting to buy the coach and it sold very quickly.

Most of us, who are on this site on a regular basis, already have a barn-full of these cars and we rarely just happen to have a stall sitting empty. Most of us are also pretty speciffic as to our individual likes and dis-likes. While I love most all long wheel base Superiors, I am not a Consort fan and I would say that it is doubtful that I would ever buy a SWB Superior. That's just me. I feel the same way when it comes to C-B coaches. I Love the Cotingtons, but I don't need to own a Seville. Most of us are the same way when it comes to specific model years. While I wish that every coach that I might sell would go to a fellow PCS member, I would not limit my marketing efforts on any pro-car to just PCS members or this site.
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Your audience is just too limited on this website. You need to get them to a larger audience. Also, it has nothing to do with "not wanting to buy a coach from a fellow PCS member". I am sure that you saw the '72 C-B Cotington that Steve Loftin recently purchased from another PCS member right after it was posted on this site. The seller had a number of people wanting to buy the coach and it sold very quickly.

Most of us, who are on this site on a regular basis, already have a barn-full of these cars and we rarely just happen to have a stall sitting empty. Most of us are also pretty speciffic as to our individual likes and dis-likes. While I love most all long wheel base Superiors, I am not a Consort fan and I would say that it is doubtful that I would ever buy a SWB Superior. That's just me. I feel the same way when it comes to C-B coaches. I Love the Cotingtons, but I don't need to own a Seville. Most of us are the same way when it comes to specific model years. While I wish that every coach that I might sell would go to a fellow PCS member, I would not limit my marketing efforts on any pro-car to just PCS members or this site.
Kurt, this may surprise you, but I believe you make some good points. But, I do think, based on what I have seen in other clubs, that most members look for "new meat" and not the cars that other members know all about. I have often speculated as to the reasons why this happens. Rather obviously, it is easier to sell in a bigger audience, as opposed to a finite one, such as a club.
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