OldCarOnline.com - 1951 Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe

Ad Number:600464
Vehicle Type:Restoration Projects
Model:Styleline Deluxe
Model Type:2DR Coupe
Price:$3000  USD
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Name:Kyla Hurst
Zip/Postal Code:48170
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Vehicle Description

Bought a project car last summer, tore the car down to the body and frame and am now moving out of state and cannot bring the car with me. Purchased for $6500 in summer of 2012 in Canada.

Body is solid, minimal bondo, minimal rust. Driver\'s side floor needs replacing, passenger side is fine. Purchased new ($400) floorpans for both passenger and driver front and rear. Vehicle is mostly complete, just needs assembly. I have the original glass, trim, hood ornament, dash chrome, headlights, bumpers, grill, taillights, two extra carburetors (total: two Holley, one Edelbrock), exhaust, radiator, etc. Car needs interior - I do have bench seat frames ($100) if you\'re interested. The car is without the original motor and transmission. However, I have a BRAND NEW Chevy 350 crate motor which I paid $2300 for last summer that is still in it\'s packaging, would be willing to add this on for $2100 (including brand new $100 short headers) if you\'d be interested. The tires alone at worth at least $700.

It\'s a great car, and excellent project, and could really be awesome with some love. It\'s bumming me out majorly to say goodbye to this car, but I have exhausted all other options and need it gone as soon as humanly possible. Make me a reasonable offer, and we\'ll talk. Any questions, e-mail me. Thanks a million.

*Image is of car in it\'s current state - most recent picture. If you would like to see images of the original car, images of the resto process, or anything else, please feel free to email me.
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