Thereyago, Steve -- It's just down the road from you at the "small town" of Enid. I guess whoever wrote that description doesn't know that a "small town" of 50,000 is actually considered to be a "city" in these parts.
The car to the right of the Cord in the last photo is probably the 1917 Maxwell. The last time I saw the Maxwell it had fenders and top bows. The top bows were supporting the rafters of the garage which had fallen in on it, On second thought, that car may have been a Mitchell. The steel car top on the left side of the Cord is one of the steel tops that were placed over convertibles to give them protection from the weather. Cars will be available for viewing on June 6th, Sale will be held on June 7th and might possibly have to be continued on the 8th. If you come to the sale, give me a holler. Ed
Yvette seems to get a lot of these big auctions, but she needs to get her website fixed. All I get there is a 403 Forbidden message.
I get the same forbidden mssg. too
Vanderbrink's web site is down.
Here's another article on the auction:
I remember when he died, they tried to sell it as one lot for a million i believe. At that time there was several 1932 ford coupes, and other very rare cars.