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Old 02-02-2015, 03:30 PM
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Default Selling 1972 MM Landau Traditional

Just a pre ebay heads up....do to a slight shift in interest I am selling my '72 MM which I bought last summer. When it came in the radiator was aluminum and I had it replaced since I get my vehicles judged by AACA standards. The car had no a/c compressor or condenser and I had new ones installed. I've kept up with anything it needed. The interior is just awesome. The original was Contessa Pewter (Dark Gray) and is now PPG Light Maple red with a black crinkle top. The exterior could use a little bit of paint attention however I have two quarts of paint that come with the car.
The car has been under an RV cover since I bought it last year.
You can see plenty of pictures at www.ThisOldFireTruck.com and click on 72 Caddy. Asking 8k but open to offers. E-mail me for my home phone number if you'd like to talk about it.
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Hi Kevin, I don't want to hijack your thread but I need your help. You seem to be the one who might have the answer to my question in this attached thread.Since you are the owner of ambulance in discussion your help would really be appreciated. Thank you and sorry again for hijacking your thread for a bit.
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Old 02-06-2015, 06:06 PM
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Default Hi Yenni

Yenni- I answered the other thread for ya. Good luck
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Default 72 MM has broken leaf springs.

I found the '72 has broken leaf springs. So I'll have those replaced as soon as I get my '35 pumper out of the shop. ASKING 6k as is or 8k after springs are replaced. Plenty of pix on the website www.ThisOldFireTruck.com

The mfg plate shows the car was Contessa Pewter (dark gray) but it is now light maple. I made a public record request from the state of PA and have the original owner's info.

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Do you still have this car? I am very interested.
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Old 04-02-2015, 02:32 PM
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Sorry Justin- put it on ebay last night and someone one bought it right away.
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Where abouts is it headed to Kevin?
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Default Long story short

Carey the guy didn't like the wobbly driver window. I noticed the crinkle top roof in the sunlight looked strange- like you could see where I treated it last fall. The hood needs a repaint and he said the fender skirts didn't match. So it's still here and to be honest with you PCS people, I'll sell it as-is for 6k otherwise if I have the paint work done it will be higher. I had someone look at the window and when he realized it wasn't really a Cadillac door he backed off. Any ideas???
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What do you mean not a Cadillac door? What kind of a door would it be then...
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Also curious about this. I looked at the link and can't see what you are talking about with the top, is the hood rusting or just faded? Still very interested.

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