1954 Chevy Delray 210 2 Door Post, Indian Ivory Over Indigo Blue Nice/clean on 2040-cars
Northwood, New Hampshire, United States
|BEAUTIFUL INDIAN IVORY OVER INDIGO BLUE 1954 chevrolet delray 210 2 door post automobile.......NEEDS AN ENGINE......this car came from the dry area of Utah. It was almost rust free. The only repair for rust was behind the rear wheels and below the trunk. Paint is fantastic with no waves, dents etc except where I knocked a small amount of paint off of the bottom of the doors with a tow dolly. Interior is all new, very nice, new glass, passenger door glass has a scratch. All new weatherstripping. New headliner and new carpet but the carpet fit was not the best. I restored the car about two years ago. Installed a 70 chevy 283 with a 4 barrel rochester quadrajet, a turbo 350 trans and a 57 chevy rear end with 305 gears. Car ran and drove great. Bumpers were chromed, grille, tail lights etc are original, not perfect but very nice. It all fits better than the aftermarket stuff and is better quality. The car recently developed a bad miss. A tear down exposed a broken valve. The cylinders have very little wear but have a few good size scratches and evidence of previous rust damage. The engine supposedly only had 30,000 miles on it but had set in an old farm truck for a lot of years. Heads are the double hump with the 202 valves. I pulled the engine with the plan of installing a GM crate 350 and then putting it up for sale. I have decided to offer it as is so the buyer can buy it cheaper and install the engine of his choice. If it doesn't meet my reserve I will put in a new 350.' Just a few extras, true mileage unknown, I have extra indigo blue paint for touch up, dash is beautiful. Radio is face only for looks, does not work, electric wipers, tires have good tread but hoosier quit making street tires ten tears ago. Doors,hood, trunk alignment is very good. Original suspension, drum brakes. The car is an automatic but column is a converted 3 speed stick shift that works great. I bought an aftermarket aotomatic shift indicator for the column but never installed it. I will now TRY to upload pictures...my reserve is a secret. NO ENGINE IN THE CAR NOW. ENGINE NEEDS REBUILT IT IS INCLUDED IN THE SALE IF YOU WANT IT ALONG WITH MANIFOLD, CARB, WATERPUMP AND ALL THAT WAS BOLTED TO IT.
On Aug-03-14 at 11:13:26 PDT, seller added the following information:
Forgot to add that I have pictures of the fenders, doors etc that show the rust free condition. I also forgot to add that I did have to repair a couple of the braces under the car that go from the frame to the body. They were solid but had small holes in them. They collect water and Utah sand.,the car does have all new rubber bushings between the frame and body. Also all of the stainless is dent free except a small dent in the 6 inch long spear on the right front of the quarter panel. I have a replacement piece to go with this sale. I am sure I have forgotten something. Feel free to ask any questions. Even stupid one, I'm guilty of that sometimes.
On Aug-03-14 at 14:49:04 PDT, seller added the following information:
Car is in New Hampshire. I recently retired and left indiana for sunny Florida and New Hampshire to see my daughter and grandson
On Aug-05-14 at 18:28:57 PDT, seller added the following information:
ENGINE HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE CAR
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