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Poll: Which '33? (1...
 
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Poll results: '33 Auburn, Cadillac or Imperial?
Voter(s): 20
Poll is closed Jan 16, 2022
'33 Auburn  -  votes: 8 / 40%
8
40%
'33 Cadillac  -  votes: 2 / 10%
2
10%
'33 Imperial  -  votes: 5 / 25%
5
25%
Tie  -  votes: 3 / 15%
3
15%
Sorry, no interest in this selection.  -  votes: 2 / 10%
2
10%

Poll: Which '33? (1/2/2022)


John Bono
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'33 Auburn, Cadillac or Imperial?

Be sure to make your selection.

Of course, please “Reply” to share your comments.

Best yet please rank them.

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1933 Auburn V 12 Boattail Speedster
1933 Cadillac Series 452 C V16
1933 Chrysler Imperial Roadster body by LeBaron 1024x900

John Bono
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TerrySlekar
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All are equally beautiful…

Zeeky Banutski
The People’s Republic of Maryland


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Ed Glorius
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I expected to vote for the Imperial, but the Cadillac called my name. Auburn is a different car. All of them are beautiful.

Retired in Dunedin, Florida.


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David Green
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All great cars but I like the Auburn just a little more.


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George Schire
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Well not my cup of tea, but I like the CADILLAC the best.  Incredible color combo's on all three.  THANKS John for continuing this fun series in the new year.  

George Schire
Oakdale, Minnesota


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David H
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  All are true classics, and maybe the paint colors influence my choice.  I prefer the Imperial, with its front fender opening just right.  The Auburn is my second choice, as I don't like the roof structure.  The Cadillac, with its flat windshield and fully skirted front fenders, is my choice for the #3 spot.  It was probably the most changed from previous years but these changes just seem to me to make it sort of clunky.

 

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Frank Reed
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I am a long time fan of the Auburn👍.

 That Chrysler is a real head turner however. 👀

Frank Reed
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Moe Parr
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Cadillac for me.

Barry Levittan
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100Ford2003
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Imperial is my #1 choice too. Followed by the Auburn leaving the Cadillac as #3.

Thanks John for a beautiful trio to choose from !


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Bob Jackman
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Auburn, Cadillac and Imperial but I would be proud to own any one of them.


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John Bono
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@100ford2003 - My pleasure.

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Jack Dodds
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Imperial stands out best and Cadillac is a close 2nd, then Auburn.  All three are gorgeous cars.


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Larry kemling
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Yep I’m still an Auburn fanboy 🤣 but the other two are gorgeous also.


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John Bono
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Love all three, but it's Auburn, imperial then Cadillac.

John Bono
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Amazing New Arrival!

This is the 1934 Duesenberg Dual Cowl Phaeton Black in 1:18 scale by Signature Models.

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https://bit.ly/3LKsYPm