THE QUICKEST AMERICAN MADE VEHICLE FROM 0 TO 100 M.P.H. IN 1979!
RUNS AND DRIVES LIKE NEW!
A RARE AND QUICKLY APPRECIATING MODERN CLASSIC!
Daniel Schmitt & Co. is located in beautiful and historic St. Louis, Missouri. Our dealership spans 4 acres, boasts 3 luxurious showrooms and a state-of-the-art service department, and is only minutes from St. Louis International Airport. We are proud to offer some of the finest classic and luxury cars on the market today.
This 1979 Dodge Little Red Truck has just 11,460 original miles and is almost indistinguishable from new. This is a true time machine that has the optional and rare factory bucket seats, as well as a factory tach and full assortment of gauges to monitor the high-performance 360-cubic-inch V-8. The Little Red Truck was conceived and designed by a small group of performance minded factory engineers who were determined to exploit a regulation loophole and make a factory hot rod pickup. With federal emissions regulations strangling the performance out of passenger cars, these engineers saw an opportunity to exploit the much less restrictive rules afforded to trucks. The result was a true factory built hot rod pickup that utilized the hottest performance parts from the heyday of the Mopar muscle car era, making it the quickest accelerating American made vehicle from zero to 100 mph in 1979. Yes, even quicker than the meanest Corvette. The fast little pickup was dubbed the Express, and it truly lived up to its name. To find one with such low mileage and in such incredible original condition virtually unheard of today. We are extremely pleased to be able to offer such an exciting and beautiful 1979 Little Red Pickup. Do not miss this opportunity to acquire one of the finest in existence. Classic cars have proven to be among the most resilient and rewarding investments in recent years with the Historic Automobile Group Index (HAGI) jumping 39% in 2013 and posting gains of 395-percent over the last 10-years. Ready to make an investment you can actually enjoy? Please contact one of our expert sales consultants for more information. They will be happy to give you a complete walk-around, supply you with a more detailed description, and answer any questions you may have. Bid with confidence – for over 40 years Daniel Schmitt & Co. has built an unrivaled reputation by uniting the world’s finest motorcars with those who treasure them.
Please feel free to call with any questions. 314-291-7000
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Showroom List Price ~ $34,900.00
-DISCOUNT ~ $5,000.00
BUY IT NOW eBay SPECIAL ~ $29,900.00
Choose One of Our Low-Rate Financing Options, Including Monthly Payments as Low as $374.00 7.75% Interest* for 84 Months with $6,000.00 Down
Why Buy from Daniel Schmitt & Co.?
As a family tradition for over 40 years, we serve some of the most sophisticated and particular clients in the classic car industry. We are located in historic St. Louis, Missouri. Our dealership spans 4 acres, boasts 3 luxurious showrooms and a state-of-the-art service department, and is only minutes from St. Louis International Airport. We are committed to assuring your purchase is handled with the utmost integrity, so feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.
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Please note: Shipping costs are the responsibility of the buyer. The prices listed in our ads are only shipping estimates, not the actual cost. Shipping costs vary depending on vehicle size, fuel prices, and carrier type.
We work closely with many banking institutions that understand and address the specific needs of our clients. Our finance department will work for you to determine the appropriate finance or leasing plan that will best serve your individual or corporate requirements.
Terms available up to 144 Months.
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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our credit department via email: email@example.com or by telephone
* Rates vary depending on year of car, length of term and credit score.
Daniel Schmitt & Co. is a proud sponsor of M.A.D.D.
Terms of Sale
Acceptable Forms of Payment: Certified check, cashiers check, or bank/wire transfer. U.S. Funds Only.
In regards to trade-ins, trade cars must be delivered to our facility prior to taking delivery of your purchase.
The Deposit: Please be ready to place a deposit within 48 hours of auction's close. All transactions must be completed within 7 days of the end of auction. If the car is not as represented upon your personal inspection here in St. Louis, your deposit will be promptly refunded.
Tax, Title and License: Missouri residents are responsible for applicable sales tax in your county as well as title and licensing fees. If you live outside of Missouri, you are responsible for applicable tax, title and licensing fees in your area.
NOTE: If the deposit is not received within forty-eight hours, (2) business days or if the sale is not complete within 7 days of the close of the auction, we reserve the right to sell to the next highest bidder or to another qualified buyer.
Vehicle may be sold by dealership before end of auction.
Daniel Schmitt & Company has described the above mentioned vehicle to the best of our ability. However, with all pre-owned automobiles, the condition is subjective, so we recommend that the potential buyer fly out to inspect as well as test drive any of the vehicles before finalizing purchase. If your personal inspection is not possible, we will be glad to help facilitate an inspection by your chosen local independent service center and will make arrangements to deliver the vehicle to them for this purpose. All vehicles are sold in "AS IS" condition. However, extended warranty options are available on most vehicles. Please be advised that no oral statements concerning any vehicle constitute a representation or warranty of the condition of said vehicle. Our goal is to provide you with the best service and the most comfortable buying experience on eBay. We do not accept escrow, and all inspections must be done prior to delivery. The only fee associated with the sale is an $285.00 processing fee which covers processing of paperwork, pre vehicle delivery costs, cleanup, FedEx, etc and a 30-day temporary registration so the vehicle can be driven prior to transfer of title in your area. (ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: Please be aware that you will be responsible for the Federal Reserve fee(s) charged for all incoming wires).
In regards to winning bidders and Buy Now option customers: All winning bidders and buy-it-now option bidders must fly out and personally inspect the vehicle. If the vehicle is not as represented upon personal inspection, We will not only promptly refund your deposit, but will reimburse airfare based on your coach ticket value as well. This is another way for us to assure your satisfaction in conducting business with our company. Feedback must be left at the time of delivery following final inspection.
Pertaining to non eBay winners, anyone with a deposit but the sale is pending financing, 3rd party inspection or any other contingency, the said vehicle will not be held and is subject to be sold at any time, until all contingencies are removed and a manager or owner accepts and signs the purchase order.
The advertised mileage represents the actual miles when the car was placed on eBay. These vehicles are test driven and actual mileage may differ at time of sale.
All used vehicles should be assumed to have some degree of wear. We do not manufacture our product. Each vehicle brand has its strengths, styles, tendencies, and shortcomings. Therefore, despite our best efforts to verify a vehicle's mechanical condition, we are not able to warranty a manufacturers workmanship or a previous owners diligence in care. It is for this reason that all vehicles are sold "AS IS" and there are no mechanical guarantees expressed or implied.
Daniel Schmitt & Co. reserves the right to end the auction at any time.
About Daniel Schmitt & Company
A Family Tradition for Over 40 Years, selling classic and fine motorcars throughout the world
Specializing in highline quality pre-owned motorcars
Our goal is to provide you with exemplary customer service and to insure that your purchase is completed as efficiently and in as timely a manner as possible. Our showroom is located in beautiful and historic St. Louis, Missouri. You will find a wide selection of vehicles on hand. Let us introduce you to a vehicle that fits your style and your budget. Call or e-mail our showroom soon to arrange for a test drive. We also will arrange, at your discretion, a pre purchase inspection of any car you choose. And of course, nationwide shipping is available.
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