Gateway Classic Cars of Louisville is proud to present this 1925
Flint B40 Sedan! Flint was a division of Durant Motors and was
founded all the way back in 1923. The Flint was designed to compete
with the likes of Buick and can trace its heritage back through
Willys Car Company. Following financial issues these rarely heard
spoken of or seen in the wild, Flint, went out of business in 1927.
Here we have a 1925 model B40 Sedan. Its hard to look away from
this car. When you have seen so many other competitors of the era
seeing one of these alive and running is really a sight to see. The
navy-blue paint with the black top and fenders looks great and gray
cloth interior looks really good. Under the hood is an inline
6-cylinder engine with a 3-speed manual transmission on the floor.
The current owner has had her for over 10 years and acquired from a
private owner out of Ohio. The current owner under his ownership
rebuilt the generator and replaced the master cylinder and
distributor. This car is in running order as you can see in the
video. The owner drove it 2.5 hours here on the highway at speed.
Since Flint is so rare not even the license branch has them listed
as a manufacturer; therefore, this car is titled as a 1925 Unknown
B with a remark stating that it is a "Flint." Title is clean and
clear and ready to be transferred into your name now. The odometer
is inoperable. If you love the antiques, and whether you are an
avid collector or about to become one this car deserves to be
considered. This 1925 Flint B40 Sedan is offered by our Louisville
Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD
pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For
additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (812)
294-1555 or email us at [email protected]
1925 Flint Sedan
Exterior Color:Navy Blue
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