1930 Chevrolet Rat Rod A soldier went off to war in WWII and his
family kept the car for 70 years, hoping he would return, he never
did. One family owned car. true survivor, a real time capsule, good
body and int, rare, runs/drives (Very rare opportunity, stored away
now for approximately a half century, It's current solid condition
verifies such claims) Runs & Drives. Excellent eye appeal, Great
for a museum or a movie. Appears to be: Remarkably well preserved,
and mostly original, unmolested. You are encouraged to visit this
remarkable vehicle in person. Keep it as-is or restore to original,
you could customize to your own personal style or create a radical
rat rod Actual RARE barn fresh 1930 Chevrolet pickup. This truck
was bought new by a family in the beautiful Northwoods of
Wisconsin. It has always been kept inside for its entire life!!!.
The proof of this claim is in its excellently preserved condition.
What makes it so rare is that Chevy trucks and basically any
Chevrolet from this era deteriorated due to the interior structure
being heavily made of wood. That is why there are virtually none
around anymore. This one was completely preserved and the interior
wood is actually one of its strongest points. . it has all original
glass...and unbelievable the windshield still even has its WWII
Ration sticker and registration, Very rare The wood steering wheel
is excellent and it even has the original ignition keys! The dash
panel lights work as well as the headlights. It runs and has been
yard driven. It also comes with a few more wheels and tires and
misc parts. The horn blows with a loud AHOOOGA.. One in this
excellently preserved shape you should buy it now and avoid all the
headaches you will have with those pieced together ones. The top is
in excellent shape as well as the visors. The doors shut with a
solid thud. there are no patch panels or body repairs. Clear title.
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