Hot Rod Rat Rod Street Rod Custom Project Barn Find on 2040-cars
Clarklake, Michigan, United States
Here is great car up for auction. It has been in a barn since 1959 and is a great base for project or restoration.
Overall, it is pretty solid. The doors, front fenders, and body are in great shape. The left rear fender and running boards need some repair but these are easy to repair or replace.
It needs glass and the interior but otherwise is pretty complete. It comes with the parts shown in the photo too.
If you want to keep the original engine, the distributor needs to be rebuilt. Had it running a few days ago but the distributor seems to have given out.
Having trouble putting hands on copy of the title and I am applying for new one. If it comes in time great. If not, it will come with Bill of Sale.
The photos show a lot but if you have any questions, please e-mail or call 517 750-7083. If you include a phone number in the e-mail and I will call you.
This vehicle is being sold in “as is” condition. The description is to the best of our ability but is for information only and does not constitute any type of warranty. You are encouraged and welcome to inspect the car or arrange for an on-site third party inspection before you bid. Bidders with zero or negative feedback should contact us before bidding.
Buyer is responsible for vehicle pickup and/or shipping and any costs involved. Seller is not responsible for any damage incurred during vehicle transportation.
A deposit of 10% is due within 2 days of the auction's end. Cash or certified check is ok. This deposit does not provide you with a chance to inspect to decide if you want to buy the vehicle. You already have bought it!
Balance is due within 7 days of auction close. For the balance due, we will only accept cash ON DELIVERY (in person) or a certified check. Vehicle and title will not be released until funds clear.
We reserve the right to end the auction early. Thanks for looking.
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