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Thread: 1910 Cadillac

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    Pit Crew Crimson Pearl's Avatar
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    Went to an auction this past Saturday that featured a nice home, lots of furnishings and a 1910 Cadillac!

    The home was built in the very early 60's and would have been considered a very upscale home at that time. Modern styling, sunken living room, 4 bedrooms and so on. Lots of the furnishings were from the period as well. With a remodel to update things, it would still be a great home. Located in the "old country club" section of town, with a creek running through the property.

    But this was not the home of just anyone! No, my friends, it was the home of the gentleman who used to own the Oldsmobile and Cadillac dealerships up until the 80's. Both he and his wife had passed on and the home, furnishings and car were being sold by the son.

    When I found out the sale included the 1910 Cadillac, I had to go!

    Here are two pictures of the car.

    Curious as to what it sold for?


    If I had been Harrisburg Hat, I probably would have sold my CTS and bought this!

    You KNOW what it is!

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    Somebody stole that at that price. Great pics.

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    Very COOL!, thanks for posting the pictures.

    Life's too short to drive a boring car

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