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Old 01-07-2016, 03:32 PM
Channing Spencer Channing Spencer is offline
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Default 1956 Four Door Cadillac and Two 1956 Hearses...

If I am not mistaken, these were for sale quite some time ago...same pictures now as were used then"

http://portland.craigslist.org/clc/cto/5391391991.html

1956 Four Door Cadillac and Two 1956 Hearses....

"What a barn find.

Three 1956 Cadillacs, ALL for one price.....$9,999.99K...that's only $3,333.33 each....Sold as a package only.

One is a four door car and one is a hearse with a power casket table and one a hearse with casket rollers. Pretty sure this is the one that may have been the 1956 show car that is in the Superior brochures.

All need restoration, all do NOT run at this time.

Restore or make a Rat Rod. There are probably enough parts to complete the power table one to stock.

Frames are solid, sheet metal floors need replacement on the hearses.

Four door has blown engine, but both hearse engines and trannys are there and turn over.

Take a look at the pictures to see if you are strong enuf for this challenge.

Please feel free to give us a call, 503-806-2676, with any questions you may have or just respond to this posting.

THANKS"
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Old 01-07-2016, 06:51 PM
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These were for sale for $12k a year or two ago
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So that's what is at the end of the rainbow!!
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I want that table!!!
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