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1932 light eight, 900
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Looking for 1932 light eight , 900, parts. Wire wheels, rear center bumper for a rear spare car, and misc parts. What do you have? Would also be interest in acquiring a 1932 900 sedan.

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Re: 1932 light eight, 900
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Re: 1932 light eight, 900
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looks like a 41 160 behind it.

Posted on: 5/15 8:40:04
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Re: 1932 light eight, 900
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Looks like a later replacement motor in the Light Eight.

Posted on: 5/15 9:02:35
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Re: 1932 light eight, 900
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From Lake Lanier, Georgia
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There is another one on the PAC Facebook page from a few days ago. It's a two-door and should probably be saved but was for sale for parts or restoration.

Back in August of 2006 I had to chance to buy a sedan some five miles from my house in south Jersey. Reason I know the timing was I got married in September that year. I saw it on a Sunday morning in the Press of AC while my wife was probably sleeping off her bachelorette party in NYC. I looked around the room and thought: "Well no one is here to stop me." It was a very nice car, borderline HPOF I would say and misclassified as a 901. A couple sisters had it and stated it had been in the area since new and in the family many years. Very handsome black with yellow pinstriping and disc wheels. They wanted $15k but having just bought a house and paying for most of my wedding I offered what I could and got turned down. When leaving I begged them to not sell to a street rodder, don't think they would have. I often wonder where it went.

Posted on: 5/15 10:00:52
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Re: 1932 light eight, 900
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MJG, steel disc wheels with yellow stripe, rear spare, and vacuum clutch?

Posted on: 5/15 10:36:51
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Re: 1932 light eight, 900
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That sounds like 1 that Harwood motors sold last year.
https://forums.aaca.org/topic/312662-1 ... =comments#comment-1762654

Posted on: 5/15 10:53:33
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Re: 1932 light eight, 900
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Yes, steel discs, yellow stripes and rear spare. Unsure if it had the vacuum clutch, didn't get that far into it mechanically. Very possible it was the one sold by Harwood, it would be a twin in appearance. The one I saw had delamination in the windows here and there. The paint would have polished out but perhaps not that nice. Chrome was about the level shown on the grille shell but not the bumpers. Love it with the black sidewalls.. it pained me to walk away and I tease my wife now and then when I see one and say: "See how much I love you."

Posted on: 5/15 11:02:52
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Re: 1932 light eight, 900
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From Frankfort, IL
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The sedan listed on Craigslist is a 1933 1001. Different front windows than the 900, different crankcase, and different front frame treatment. Cars are similar but vary in different ways.

Thanks for keeping your eyes open.

Posted on: 5/15 15:58:42
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