This vehicle is a ground up restoration. It has new paint, window glass and new rubber through out the car. The upholstery is brand new and includes the doors, bench seat and the headliner. All bumpers and accessories are new or have been re-chromed. All mechanical parts are new or have been completely rebuilt. The motor has less than 500 miles since the installation. New high performance air cleaner and rebuilt carburetor. This car has a blueprinted and balanced 312 V8 motor. Three speed on the column. Car has been completely re-wired. Vehicle has 70,000 mile tires. The entire brake system has been rebuilt, the fuel tank was dropped and cleaned and the fuel lines have been replaced.
Model year 1959 was the unmitigated height of rococo styling for American automakers, who produced imaginative creations with towering tailfins and loads of chrome details.
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