Looking for some advice on AA trucks

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aland
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Joined: February 7th, 2018, 6:12 am
Model Year: 1932
Location: San Jose / Kelseyville

Re: Looking for some advice on AA trucks

Post by aland » May 20th, 2018, 1:22 am

bud valerius wrote:
May 18th, 2018, 5:06 am
I still have that express truck for sale and will be taking photos today , I got tired of scam call's from people who wanted to buy and send cashiers checks for more than the selling price and have me pay the extra to the shipper. The reason that I said Neil had photos of my Express was the weather was keeping me from being able to clean it up . Neil has taken photos of most of my AA 's over the past 30 years while doing research for news letters and early research was verified by comparison of my trucks and his along with several others .
Bud,

I wish I was in a better position, but I need to restrain myself as I'm currently on the verge of getting a building permit for a home I'm building. That just has to take precedence for me.

I'll be honest...what you were asking didn't sound too out of line to me, and for anyone serious about buying an Express, there's not too many to choose from. I was reading some of the story on your truck somewhere online where you stated you needed to get parts from about 14 trucks or something to the effect...(paraphrasing).

The pics I saw on the Model A Forum looked really nice. Although I really like the one in this thread that was posted on ebay with the Indian Motorcycle shop logo on it, that had some great patina and that logo was over the top...both of them very cool.

Cheers,
Alan

aland
Posts: 31
Joined: February 7th, 2018, 6:12 am
Model Year: 1932
Location: San Jose / Kelseyville

Re: Looking for some advice on AA trucks

Post by aland » May 20th, 2018, 1:29 am

Chris Haynes wrote:
May 18th, 2018, 10:18 pm
One fine day I was Southbound on CA Hwy 99 through the CA Central Valley.
My least favorite place of California...the Central Valley...that is a cool truck though, although I favor the Express. :wink:

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