1957 Ford Retractable Hardtop Project Complete No Reserve on 2040-cars
Bath, Ohio, United States
Exterior Color: Red/white
Interior Color: Red/white
Drive Type: Automatic
Power Options: Power Windows
Listing this car for a friend of mine. Here is a 57 Ford Retractable H/Top project car. Car is apart but drivetrain is in it and is a roller. Will lot drive with fuel, a little brake work, and trans linkage hooked up. Can hear run. Rebuilt 312 (.030 over) starts right up. All bright work is there, with many parts doubled. Top will operate by jumping it. All seats are there along with new red and white vinyl interior kit. Will come with extra wiring harnesses,solenoids, two tops, two trunk lids, and many other doubles. Body is nice but has had lower quarters installed, will need more body work to ready for final paint. Floor pan looks ok, doors shut nice, body lines ok. As pictures show jams cut in. Look at the pictures, but looks better in person. Perfect for retro/restore (ever see one??) or back to stock. Please call me if needed with questions Bob 330 322 9552... I will try to answer your questions or get back to you after I get the info. Will help load car as needed with a little notice. Please be serious as this could make someone a nice car. Pay Pal $500.00 down within 24 hrs. of auction end, balance cash or CLEARED bank check to remove car. NO RESERVE. Thanks for looking....
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