1950 Chevy Fleetline Deluxe 4 door . I have had the car for about
ten years and have put more money than I care to admit. I started
fixing it up with the intentions of enjoying it with my family, and
eventually passing it to one of my kids. I'm not in a rush to sell
the car so I'm honestly looking for someone who will enjoy the car
as much as my kids have. The condition of the car is in good shape.
I used to drive it to work once a month just to keep the fluids
moving. Just like all cars there are minor things that will need to
be replaced. The siding is a little banged up, the grill has a
small ding, the rear bumper does not have the bumper guards. The
door handles are a little rough. The speedometer is slightly off
and the gas guage isn't working. The car has been climate
controlled garage kept since I've had it and has never been driven
in bad weather. The car has not been registered since 2018, has
classic plates (every five years.) The registration expired while I
had it in the shop and I didn't feel like spending the money if I
wasn't going to be driving it. Exterior is two tone. The bottom
half is a metallic green with a hint of blue, top is an off white
with a gold pearl. Painted in 2017. The front windshield is
slightly peeling and will need to be replaced eventually. The door
windows have some issues rolling up and down and will need new
seals and there is a small crack in the passenger rear window.
Interrior: brand new black headliner, all new black leather seats
and rug.. All interior was replaced in 2017. Engine: came from a
1968 camaro, straight 6 250 with a rochester monojet carburetor.
Transmission was swapped to an automatic and rebuilt before i
purchased it. Wheels: factory replica hubs. Tires are wide
whitewall and were replaced in 2017. Front wheels have hubs on,
rear wheels have flush mounted fender skirts, hubs are in trunk. It
does have some electrical issues with the rear lights. Pioneer
aftermarket radio with subwoofer.
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