1930 Chevrolet four-door sedan rear suicide doors Barn find and all
original then has been kept in a climate controlled garage for the
last 30 years!!! It's All original except for the paint was
repainted in the early 80s its a all the wood is original and in
100%perfect condition and it is free of dry rot has the original 19
inch rims it's even sitting on the original rubber of course the
rubber need to replaced. A little over 30,000 original miles meant
condition body no Bondo no rust no dents Motor is perfect starts
and runs I haven't tried to drive it don't know if the brakes work
or not didn't want to chance it I have all the original equipment
headlights door handles all trim basically everything that the car
had I still have it down to the old hand crank starter lever in the
front. All the fenders and step boards or rust free Bondo free the
whole car is rust and bondo free the wood is original and free of
rott. I have the original California title and tag plate. Oh yeah
has the manual trans. Low miles.
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