Robert A Stallard
RE/MAX Advantage
Robert Stallard, Patricia Marcotte, and Patrick Maguire

Cell Mail: 978 808 5938
Office: 978-927-9100
Website: www.northshorist.com/
Email: bobstallard64@gmail.com





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Bob Stallard is transitioning to the Northshorist Group

www.northshorist.com
bobstallard64@gmail.com
Robert A. Stallard

RE/MAX Advantage Real Estate
100 Cummings Center Suite 104F,
Beverly, MA 01915
Cell 978 808 5938
Office Fax: 978 927 2856
Office 978 927 9100

For over 25 years my strategy is to listen carefully to your needs and concerns. With my experience in changing markets, my advanced technology, and my commitment to placing my clients' goals first, you too may maximize profit, and minimize problems.

Click here to find your new property.

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1931 Station Wagon Model A Ford in 2009 (auto-resized from 1099x736)

The first car that I drove, 1931 Ford Station Wgoon
My mother's Dad bought the car in 1932, from the owner of the Draper Corporation in Hopedale MA. She drove it in the 30's and taught me to drive around our field in late 1950's.

The stylish four-door, wood-bodied station wagon was the second most expensive model in the Ford line, priced at $625 in 1931. A total of 2,848 were produced in the Model A's final year.

1931 Model A Station Wagon  (auto-resized from 2048x1536)

Why I love my 1931 Model A, the first car I every drove.
Why I love my 1931 Model A
In the family for 76 years.

My 1931 early Model A station wagon was my grandfather's car. He bought it in 1932 from the owner of the Draper Company in Hopedale, MA. He used it to drive to his summer cottage on North Pond in Upton five miles away. Fortunately, he keep it in a garage most of the time.

When I was 16, my father and I partially restored the ?Jitterbug?. I would sometimes drive it to High School. I drove it in my wedding in 1973. In 1995 my son, Mike, and I started an off the frame restoration but stopped when he left for the Coast Guard.

However, not until I met Jim Briggs at our Bible Study, in 2000, who shared his passion for restoring Model A?s car, did I renew the project. Suffering from Cystic Fibrosis, Jim had time to help me.

Now after 70 years it is still a joy to drive and it is remembrance to of some fun times and great friends.

There are still a few things still to do. It is great hobby.


1931 Model A Station Wagon

1931 model a station wagon (auto-resized from 1280x960)