1949 Dodge Wayfarer 2 Door 'Business Coupe'. Original Flat head 6
cyl engine, 3 speed trans. Runs and drives. Still original 6 volt.
All original. Complete new original brake system replaced. New
original fuel system. Complete rebuilt original radio. Added fuse
block to wiring system. Have replacement original 49 rear glass
(cost $700) for broken rear glass. Interior looks good as seen in
photos. Most of the body work is done. Work still needed is to
finish the LT rocker (replacement panel already welded in, lower
inner RT door bottom panel (have replacement panel), and the rear
lower trunk seal panel (have panel). There are also a few small
rust spots on the bottom of the RT front fender and RT rear fender
front that will need work, Floors are solid and original. I have
some of these photos posted as well as one photo of the car when I
bought it and before work started. I also have additional photos
showing the work needed and the floors and wheel wells in good
shape, but could not fit on CL. Bumpers trim pieces are off the
vehicle for bodywork to be done. Good solid car for a '49. Missing
the four long side trim pieces that go on the front and rear
fenders. They are avail on ebay. The original top to the air
cleaner is in the trunk. Replaced temporarily with aftermarket top
for better air flow. This model only made 1949 - 1952. Great
looking cars and not that easy to find.
1949 Dodge Wayfarer
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