Early 30 AA Express For Sale

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Bradshaw
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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Bradshaw » September 19th, 2014, 5:06 pm

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Neil Wilson
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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Neil Wilson » September 19th, 2014, 8:40 pm

Chris,
Great to see the pictures of the express end of the truck. It looks like you have just about everything for the project. I didn't see the rear fender brackets or rear fender spacers. Maybe you have those items and just no photo. I think you said you had the spare wheel carrier?

Good luck on selling your project. It will be a great start for anyone wanting to do a restoration.
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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Bradshaw » September 20th, 2014, 12:25 am

Hey Neil,
Yes, I have two stamped rear fender brackets, one original, one my father
Fabricated. Also have two original fender spacers and two my father fabricated.
And I have the correct, complete spare tire carrier. I just have it all packed away
In boxes in back of the truck. Chris

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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Neil Wilson » September 20th, 2014, 7:46 am

Great Chris,
It looks like you basically have a complete restoration project.

I would suggest that you set a selling price. I generally would not offered a buy price to a seller without knowing his selling price first. This generally results in the seller being offended. Others may feel the same.

One option is to put your express on Ebay with a high reserve and a low starting bid (like $500) and then see what the bidding does. This would help establish what the market is.

The best of luck selling your express.
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Bradshaw
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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Bradshaw » September 20th, 2014, 8:05 am

Thanks for the ssuggestions. At this point I cannot be offended. I closed
My eBay account recently with the notice from PayPal about the hacking
Attempts. Again, I will not be offended at offers, I will either accept or decline.
Several posts back I set the price at $8000. With the extra wheels, all the new glass, complete
Interior, restored popout cable, restored outer door handles with correct finish, Warford, a clear title, and the relative scarcity of these trucks, I feel this is a fair price. Folks are welcome to come look it over, and if you live across the country and have a friend close by, I will welcome them to come put eyes on it for you. Chris

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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by big deere » October 7th, 2014, 11:01 am

lot of money for the condition??8000 is your bottom dollar??are you sure it is complete??

rikz
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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by rikz » October 13th, 2014, 3:04 pm

contact information please I am in al. thankz

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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Bradshaw » October 16th, 2014, 3:10 am

Email sent to you.

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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by RustydoubleA » October 16th, 2014, 12:11 pm

Hi to all of you AA truck guys, this truck is worth more than the $8,000 that he is asking. I would buy it myself but I already have an express and 10 other model AAs/As. It is property tax time and Christmas is arriving so the season is not the correct season to sell a truck for what is it worth. All of the parts should have been unpacked and pictured months ago when he first put it up for sale, his error. Now, for whatever reason, he MUST sell it at a discounted price. Please do not condemn the condition or value of his truck! Just send him an offer. Steve.

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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Neil Wilson » October 16th, 2014, 4:13 pm

My suggestion is to raise the asking price to $15k and then let folks make offers - Just a thought. :lol:
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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Jared275 » October 16th, 2014, 4:35 pm

Wish it was closer Connecticut because it would have a home next to my other truck. Unless you would consider selling the express bed, rear fenders,and hardware separately.

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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Bradshaw » October 16th, 2014, 5:07 pm

Truck is garaged 10 minutes from I-95 at exit 11 in Virginia.

Sorry, not willing to split the truck up and part it out.

Bradshaw

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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by Bradshaw » December 10th, 2014, 1:28 pm

Fellow AA Truckers,

I want to thank everyone for the help over the years providing information while working on my AA Express.

The Truck sold today.

Until the time and conditions are right when I may get another AA, farewell to all.

Bradshaw

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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by russ » December 10th, 2014, 10:46 pm

Dang. :(

I was just browsing the member list yesterday at who was still around since the inception
of this forum. You've been holding down #9 for nearly 12 years, and we've gotten kinda
used to ya.

No worries. We'll wait here patiently for ya to get back.

Have a spectacular holiday.

Best, Russ
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Re: Early 30 AA Express For Sale

Post by spectria » December 11th, 2014, 1:30 am

russ wrote:Dang. :(
I was just browsing the member list yesterday at who was still around since the inception of this forum. You've been holding down #9 for nearly 12 years, and we've gotten kinda used to ya.
No worries. We'll wait here patiently for ya to get back.
Have a spectacular holiday.
Best, Russ
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