1953 Chevrolet 210 "special Business Coupe" Gasser/rat Rod Project on 2040-cars
Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Bel Air/150/210
Drive Type: REAR WHEEL
Sub Model: BUSINESS COUPE
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Exterior Color: Green
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ...
HERE IS A RARE "1953 SPECIAL BUSINESS COUPE"
THIS IS TO BE CONSIDERED TO BE SOLD AS A PROJECT CAR
A VERY SOLID PROJECT FOR ITS AGE
CAR IS 60 YEARS OLD,FIGURE ITS 80% ORIGINAL
AND IS NOT TO BE CONSIDERED A RUNNING, DRIVING CAR!!!
COMES WITH A CLEAN AND CLEAR TITLE
IT CURRENTLY HAS A NON RUNNING
WHAT I BELIEVE TO BE A "283" V-8
WITH A POWERGLIDE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
AND WHAT APPEARS TO BE A 57' CHEVY REAREND WITH DRIVESHAFT
BODY OF CAR IS REALLY STRAIGHT BUT NOT PERFECT
FLOORS ARE VERY SOLID IN CAR AND UNDERNEATH ALSO
TRUNK AND SPARE TIRE WELL ARE IN GOOD BUT NOT PERFECT CONDITION
HAS A FEW SMALL RUST SPOTS THAT SHOULD BE AN EASY FIX WITHOUT REPLACING THE ENTIRE TRUNK PAN
IT NEEDS ALOT
HAVE ORIGINAL PASSENGER DOOR
I DO HAVE HEADLITE BUCKETS, 53' TAIL LIGHTS AND FENDER SKIRTS
NEEDS FRONT WINDSHIELD,BOTH REAR SIDE GLASS AND FRONT BUMPER TO START WITH
FRONT FENDERS AND HOOD ARE HELD ON WITH JUST A FEW BOLTS
THERE ARE NO SEATS AT ALL FOR THE CAR
NO BRAKES,NO PEDALS
CAR ROLLS FREELY AND STEERS FREELY
LOOK AT THE PICTURES
THIS IS A VERY ALL AROUND SOLID CAR
IF YOU NEED MORE PICTURES OF ANYTHING NOT PICTURED ASK AND I WILL TRY AND HELP YOU OUT BEFORE SALE ENDS
CAR WAS PURCHASED BY PREVIOUS OWNER IN 1986
IN ITS PRESENT CONDITION AND HAD BECOME A FORGOTTEN PROJECT
THIS IS BEING SOLD AS A NO RESERVE AUCTION!!!!!
IF YOU BID YOU WIN,SO PLEASE BE SURE BEFORE YOU BID!!!!
CAR IS SOLD AS A "PROJECT" AND IN "AS- IS CONDITION!!!!
NO PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED!!!
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ
ASK THAT BUYER MAKE CONTACT WITH SELLER BY EBAY EMAIL WITH-IN 24 HOURS AFTER SALES END
WITH CONTACT PHONE NUMBER AND SELLER WILL CALL YOU
SO THAT BOTH PARTIES CAN COME TO AN AGREED ON FORM OF PAYMENT TO COMPLETE SALE
THAT BOTH BUYER & SELLER ARE COMFORTABLE WITH DOING!!!!
CAR AND TITLE WILL REMAIN AT PRESENT LOCATION UNTIL IT HAS BEEN PAID FOR IN FULL!!!!!!
TRANSPORT OF VEHICLE IS BUYERS RESPONSIBILITY!!!!!
BUYER WILL BE GIVEN PLENTY OF REASONABLE TIME TO PICK CAR UP!!!!
THIS IS A NO RESERVE SALE!!!
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE ASK!!!!!
THANKS FOR LOOKING!!!
Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 for Sale
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