I'm positive that the Duesy would be worth more as a complete car.Nutcase446 said:I'm pretty sure that the Duesenberg would be worth more complete.
I read a post by Joe on MTF a few months ago where he stated that he has procured a warehouse. So maybe he will hold on to some of this stuff a little longer. I do know that he moves a lot of auction inventory to his eBay store at auction end, if it's unsold.Hydriv said:Whatever doesn't sell, will get tossed into his scrap trailer and hauled to the metal dealer a week or so later. Unlike most car/truck wrecking yards, Joe has no room for inventory, so those parts will be lost forever to the CCI community.
To be honest, I never looked at the photos that hard. I simply took Joe at his word because he has been doing this for a long time. Thanks Herm, for noticing those details and posting. :thumbsup: :thumbsup:spiritofT90 said:Look at the rear axle hubs, they are 5 bolt Super"H" are 6 bolt, also the steering wheel is not a Super"H". This is a Super not super H .
Just seeing if anyone knew that it is actually a Super H, not a Super. Getting slammed for the last Super that wasn't a Super H made me want to see if anyone knew it was actually a Super H.Dont understand what the question is. Its a colt super. Is it for sale ?
Do you have any attachments for it ? The rear hub caps and steering wheel are not original
So whats the difference between a Super and Super H?Joe
Since you get help here it would be nice if you sell the hole tractor or parts to members here at a good bargin.
That is a super not a superh just like Jack said. I have one just like it