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Old 03-19-2012, 09:56 AM
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Default A couple more Series 75s at Easy Jack's

Photographed 2 more series 75s this past week when I stopped back at Easy Jack's in Junction City, KS. The '62 is being parted out, but the '47 is being kept complete. Just thought that you would enjoy the pix.
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Photographed 2 more series 75s this past week when I stopped back at Easy Jack's in Junction City, KS. The '62 is being parted out, but the '47 is being kept complete. Just thought that you would enjoy the pix.
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Kurt, since you live in Iowa, have you ever seen the HUGE collection of series 75s in Newton? the guy has at least 2 of almost every year from 52-66.
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Yes, I have. Very nice guy but, unfortunately, too many of those cars have sat outside for too long. I would love to own the '56 Series 75 Durham that he has, but that car will take some really deep pockets! That '63? Pontiac Bonneville stretch that he has is an awesome car as well!
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Kurt, Do you or anyone else for that matter, have any pics of the Fleetwood 75 collection in Iowa? I would especially love to see that 56 Derham, since I own one as well.
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Most of his cars are BIG projects. The '56 Derham Series 75 was basically used as a billboard for many years. The guy's name is Fred Simons. His address is: 1505 First Avenue West in Newton, IA. Phone number is 641.792.1698. Feel free to call or stop by as most of his cars are for sale.
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Do you have any pics of that Derham 56?
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Photographed 2 more series 75s this past week when I stopped back at Easy Jack's in Junction City, KS. The '62 is being parted out, but the '47 is being kept complete. Just thought that you would enjoy the pix.
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What's that sitting next to the '47?
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Looks like a 41 Cadillac Series 67
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Most of his cars are BIG projects. The '56 Derham Series 75 was basically used as a billboard for many years. The guy's name is Fred Simons. His address is: 1505 First Avenue West in Newton, IA. Phone number is 641.792.1698. Feel free to call or stop by as most of his cars are for sale.
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He has lots of cars for sale but he wants to sell the limos in one lot. The 63 Pontiac is a Superior.
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Do you have any pics of that Derham 56?
I have pics of all the limos, but as you requested here is the Derham, but its not a 56, its a 53. Sorry for the bad pics, but these are packed in like sardines, I was standing on a nother limo to get the shots.
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