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Old 08-07-2013, 02:40 PM
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For sale our coach, price is $16,500.00 Thick folder of receipts for partial restoration we have accomplished. See the coach at " A really nice car " thread, originally started by Tony Karsnia. Will trade for a 1996 Fleetwood triple colored Brogham with very low miles. Partial to triple grey at the moment and so happens that one is for sale in Atlanta for $5,000.00 less that our asking price. Too many vehicles and time to make a push to do some more work on our 1969 Superior Cadillac Sovereign. Also for sale our 1992 Superior Cadillac "Elite" landau coach all white $5,500.00 extensive collection of restoration receipts with this coach. I believe $3,500.00 worth. I must check whether I posted that one here on the forum yet or not.
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Mike, you didn't make it easy to find the photos, and that's a hard thread to do a search on. But find it I did. Since you didn't post the link or photos, here they are:

Link to the thread here.

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Michael, this is a gorgeous coach! I love it! Hopefully you will find a good home for it.
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Does it have working A/C, and if so, has it been converted?

Does it have a working factory AM or AM/FM radio?
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Old 08-07-2013, 08:09 PM
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Mike, you didn't make it easy to find the photos, and that's a hard thread to do a search on. But find it I did. Since you didn't post the link or photos, here they are:

Link to the thread here.

I don't know how to do many things on the forum for example putting links into the posts. I did however plan to get some fresh pictures in a future post, I knew that the forum police would get me on that one so I was not worried. Lately I have very little time to worry about some things, to much going on in our personal lives, you could not imagine or understand the meat grinder we have endured. Steve Loftin, this is a NON-A/C factory coach. We were planning on getting an after market unit installed in a prioritized manner after other items are taken care of. Last thing we did is buy some American classic tires, and a set of new wheels, sandblasted and painted, and new wheelcovers, they were $320.00 totally restored set.. It does have factory am/fm radio with power antenna. Both need repair. So we have a folio with a deep stack of receipts. Spare parts, yes we have quite a nice collection. I know folks would soil there pants if they saw the nice set of wire wheel covers we have with the wreath's. They go for $150.00 plus per these days ones I have seen. Break time!
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That would be a shame to put wire wheel covers on that car!
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Weren't wire wheel covers only an option for 1977 and newer Cadillacs?
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I don't know how to do many things on the forum for example putting links into the posts. I did however plan to get some fresh pictures in a future post, I knew that the forum police would get me on that one so I was not worried. ...
Sorry Michael, geez, I wasn't trying to be the "forum police". I was trying to help you out by searching for the thread, posting the link, and posting the picture into your "for sale" thread, so potential buyers would have an easier time finding the pictures and to help you make your sale. I know some folks don't know how to do all the links, or to do the necessary search, so I was trying to help you out.

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Weren't wire wheel covers only an option for 1977 and newer Cadillacs?
I believe 1967 may have been first up till 1993. Their were different styles along the way.
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Mike never said he was putting them on the 69. only that he had them. having see this car in person a couple times I will say it's one neat car. for the *(&^()))* job Mike got when he bought if off E-bay to what it is now was no small feat. the car would right now make anyone proud to have. if I did not have 5 at home right now we would not be talking about it. I love that inteier.
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