Exterior Color: Gray
Interior Color: Gray
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Number of Cylinders: 6
Drive Type: auto
We bought this right here in Venango off of an estate. A true garage find. The 90+ year old gal got it from her father in 1977. He bought it new in 1951. Car has 98,000 plus some more miles. I didn't put it exact, because we are driving it everyday.
At this time: We are selling this with no title. It is marked clear because there are no liens or encumbrances on the car. Comes with Bill Of Sale only. The son we bought it through is in California and we are having troubles with the 1,200 mile commute. I know in a lot of states, the Bill Of Sale is plenty. If it isn't and you win, I still can't guarantee you a title.
To confirm, you can run the VIN and it will come up to the previous owner here in Venango.
That being said you are looking at the original car with the original rust. Yeah, there is no rust. This is dry country and the car has always been stored inside. The owner's husband was a great mechanic and he cared for the car. We bought the car last spring and it had been in her garage without moving since 1986.
We had some folks fix the Powerglide transmission so it had both gears and we fixed the fuel system. He had gone through the brakes and they were and are still up. New battery.
Starts, runs, drives, and stops good. Tires are the bias that it was sitting on when parked. All stayed up over the years. They are matching and deep tread.
Has 62 years of dings that haven't been repaired. Should all be pictured, but if I missed one; I just told your here.
If it doesn't sell this way (without a title), I will wait to get it straightened out and sell it for a somewhat higher price.
$500 down is due within 48 hours of auction end unless prior arrangements have been made. Remainder is cashiers check or bank wire or? We will work with you. Allow cashiers checks 2 weeks to clear our bank.
Add $100 to end of auction price to help pay for Ebay and Paypal charges and our help in loading the unit, if you don't want to drive it home.
If you have under 5 feedback contact us before you bid, or your bid will be cancelled.
This is NO RESERVE!! Every bid counts, so don't play here. We have a bored county attorney.
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As for us: We are Dodson Motors, Inc. at 219 N. Pennsylvania Ave., PO Box 206, in Venango, Nebraska 69168. Our family has been here for sice 1886, one year longer than the county or town.......And we helped build that, along with the other local families and friends.
Dodson Motors, Inc. has been a licensed and bonded Nebraska dealer since 1985 and runs a 100% Positive, flawless feedback on Ebay. We do that by telling people what we honestly know about our products.
We are mechanics, body men, businessmen, and love God, Country, family, and guns. We are members of our Church, our Chamber, our Lions Club, and our Legion.
Nate is 308 353 0605. Mike is 308 353 8510.
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