This is a 1951 Kaiser Vagabond VERY rare car. This is a 5-door
sedan where the left rear door does not open by design as its where
the spare tire is designed to fit for utility purposes. The car has
been nicely restored with the only modification being a Chevrolet
350 V8 power plant is in place of the original Kaiser engine for
long-distance trips etc. Take a good look at this very rare car.
The rear 'trunk' actually opens down like a truck tailgate for
utility value. There is an upper 'hatch' that also opens 'UP' for
maximum cargo hauling etc. The original wood has been nicely
restored. Interior vinyl seats have been replaced. There is a rear
seat that folds down for more space (as depicted). Brand new Coker
Wide Whitewall Tires and 4 wire wheels have been added to dress
this car up a bit more. AC works and is ice-cold. The automatic
transmission has lost sole fluid from sitting generally from the
torque convertor. When topped off it works fine with no obvious
leaks during operation. The paint on this car is a strong 8 out of
10 for quality. No known rust for this TN car. This is one of the
owner's favored old cars. When is the last time you saw one of
these that is THIS nice? Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
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