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1952 Dodge Coronet 2 Door on 2040-cars

US $10,500.00
Year:1952 Mileage:61000
Location:

Sanford, Florida, United States

Sanford, Florida, United States

1952 Dodge Coronet 2 door for sale.  Runs and drives great.  Like a Dream!  6 cylinder engine with semi-automatic transmission shifts great. 61,000 miles, looks to be original.  Interior is 99% perfect, with only issue being the fuel gauge not working.  The paint is good-very good, with minor scratches.  NO RUST.  Car is a solid car.  Bumpers look great, a couple of the emblems could use re-chroming, but no major issues.  Glass is all in good shape with no cracks.  Two new tires (not on in the pics, sorry) and the other two hold air fine, just low-medium tread.  Clean title, registered in Florida and up to date on registration.  I will not say this car is super rare, but I haven't seen one in several years, so they are hard to find.  Must pay in full before pick up or delivery.  If you want it shipped, you pay shipping.  I am willing to drive it around 100 miles to make the sale. For sale locally so I reserve the right to end the auction early.

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