Pictures are worth a thousand words. This is a nice 1956 Chevy. I have owned it since 12/12/2013. It had a California car liscense. It has been garaged every since I have owned it. I am offering this car to sell as is. I do not know much, about cars, but I will do the best I can to tell you the things I have had done and the things that I was told from friends and other people about the car. The odometer has the mileage of 67101, which does not work. The windshield has a small scratch accross on both sides, looks like they did not replace windshield wiper blades, the fuel gauge does not work. I have had several things done to the vehicle which I will have to list later. Three speed rebuilt transmission I had put in. It does leak a little at the seal. It looks like they put in the wrong seal. I, also kept the two speed transmission which I have in a crate that I put together. I cannot tell you if that was the one that came out of the car or not, as I have no idea if it is or not, just had to take their word. When I had it taken out there was nothing wrong with it that I know of, I just wanted a three speed put in. The rear seal has a small leak. The radio does not work, because there are no wires or speakers. Installed air compressor, expantion valve, repair a/c line, evac and recharge. It worked fine then, but now I never have used it since 9/02/2014, I checked it now and it will not blow cold air. Maybe needs the product that goes in it. The system works, but not cold. Installed new carburator, adjust all brakes, adjust emergency brake, installed headlight switch, r &r steering column bearing and wiring for horn, repaired wiring for turn signals. Have photos describing other work that was done to vehicle. Feel free to email me or call me and leave a message. I will email you back or call you when I can. Thanks, Mel
Children grown, they didn’t need a four-door with a back seat, so Anthony removed the unnecessary parts
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