1957 DESOTO CONVERTIBLE, VERY NICE ORIGINAL CAR.
This beautiful and rare and 99% rust free 1957 Fireflite convertible is a mostly unrestored and original car with known history since it sold new in 1957.
Fantastic color combination, yellow/white with a green interior.
Excellent running and driving car and everything works from the Power Windows to the redone original radio that plays AM/FM, Bluetooth etc to the Chrysler record player to the original trunk light.
The car has been repainted one time many years ago, the interior was redone at the same time but except for that the DeSoto has been maintained and serviced as needed, not restored.
Recent work consist of a total front end rebuild and total brake rebuild using only NOS parts, no aftermarket parts.
Rebuilt carburetor, recored radiator, new fuel tank, new exhaust system, stainless steel brake lines etc, etc, etc.
The car comes with original documents inc the purchase contract from 1957 and other original documents.
The DeSoto can be seen at our restoration shop in down town Phoenix, Arizona.
AS WE HAVE DONE SINCE 1986, WE EXPORT WORLDWIDE.
We are also getting a second 1957 Fireflite convertible later this winter, a project car needing restoration, stored indoors since 30+ years back.
1957 Buick Roadmaster convertible, restoration project.
1957 Lincoln convertible, restoration project.
1957 Imperial convertible. Restoration project.
The last 3 convertibles are total projects that will be sold cheap as is where is.
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