They talk about old houses having good bones, and in specific cases, that applies to vintage cars, too.

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Sometimes, you get lucky and run across a vintage car with incredible potential, like this 1938 Cadillac 75 Fleetwood.

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This was a So Cal desert find.  It may have worn paint and broken windows, but everything is there…

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which gives it an excellent foundation to build on and to bring it back to its previous glory.

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There was little to no rust, and with a little TLC this and some hunting for missing parts, it will be a driver again soon.

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Also hiding in the owner’s yard (and one of the other reasons we stopped) was this Willys Wagon with potential.

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You can see some work has begun on the rear of this Caddy, and we can’t wait to see her cruising around town, no matter what condition she’s in!

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