We are offering here a "backyard" General Lee. It was painted in
someone's garage and not a professional job. 75,000 original miles.
This Lee was running and driving and terrorizing the neighborhoods
until the radiator fan went bad. Has been sitting for 5 years. We
dont have time for it. Its a project car that needs some help to
get running and driving again. Its a clean , solid car that does
not have typical body rot issues. The presence of rust on the car
seemed to be restricted to the rear quarter panels, which have been
replaced. The original trunk pan is solid and so are the floor
pans. The frame is fine. This would be the type of a car you could
restore as you drive, as you have the time and money to put into
it. We have too many projects and will let this go for $29,999.
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