Really straight nice body
6 cyl. Manual Transmission
This car was originally purchased to be used as a Postal Delivery car in Bismarck/Mandan, North Dakota. It racked up over a 100,000 miles until around 1980 when it was given to the owner's son who parked it in his garage until 2000. At that time, the interior was redone, the motor was rebuilt, and the car was listed for sale. We went to see that car at that time and heard it run and drove the car around but decided to pass on the deal. But, we kept thinking of the car; and when the opportunity to buy the car came up again, we jumped on it! The car had sat since we last saw it and had accumulated some junk in the fuel lines, but the car still runs great off of starter fluid. The car has the cast-iron inline six-cylinder engine with the three-speed manual transmission. Interior is really nice and really clean! All the glass is nice with no cracks! The body is super-straight, with only three areas of minor rust: both rear quarters, and the driver's floor. These are just minor rust-through and could easily be fixed by a body shop. The paint is an old repaint but still very nice, all the trim and emblems are there except for the hard-to-find front hood emblem and the trunk lock. This car would make an easy project to get back on the road! If the car doesn't sell, we may just pull it into the shop and get to work on it!