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1950 Dodge Coronet Diplomat on 2040-cars

US $10,000.00
Year:1950 Mileage:999999
Location:

Marysville, Kansas, United States

Marysville, Kansas, United States

Really nice old car. This was the same make and model as my dads first car so it was restored to as close to that as he could. I have 100's of pic of the restoration. Every bolt and nut was sanded, primed and painted almost. Motor, transmission was professionally rebuilt, it was done right with much time, money and care taken to do it right. The interior is original except for the headliner was replaced and its perfect, the seats are out of a different model car but they look good in there and are very comfy, and the carpet was replaced. He had door panels made to match also.

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