Pictures from Victor Wieder

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Neil Wilson
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Pictures from Victor Wieder

Post by Neil Wilson » August 14th, 2012, 12:51 pm

Victor sent me some pictures of his AA truck and asked if I would post them. So, attached are three of them (the limit).

Victor, you should post your comments and indicate that you can send additional pictures via email.
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car show 018 2.jpg
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Re: Pictures from Victor Wieder

Post by spectria » August 14th, 2012, 5:47 pm

Dave in Quincy, Ca. I love Pics!!!! Post them All!!! :)
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I am Victor Wieder

Post by Vic » August 14th, 2012, 7:31 pm

AKA Vic. :wink:
First, thanks to Niel for posting my pictures. I have a hard time understanding how to post.
If you would like more pictures please e-mail Vic_Wieder@Comcast.Net. I am a big beleiver in the honor system. So,please no junk mail.
Having 47 years in the Auto Body and Paint trade.
I built the 31 AA complete (except the front seat cushion) from top to bottom including the paint and wood.
I found the AA in McCloud,Ca. in 1991. I stored it at my brother place until 2001,brought it to Oakley,Ca. and started to work little by little, completed one week ago,couple of little things to do.
Plate on vehicle (1930 ????) ,Paper work from The International Paper Compamy. Bills of ladding from the McCloud Saw Mill. Were found in Vehicle.
Dinner time, any ?;s let me know.
Thanks for the use of you ears, :wink: God Bless,

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Re: Pictures from Victor Wieder

Post by gunmetal » August 14th, 2012, 9:15 pm

Nice job hope mine turns out close to that good.

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