- 32,900 overpriced
- Kentwood, MI
- 2 months
The car also attended the glenmoor gathering of significant automobiles and ohio region classic car club of america and did very well. The car was also featured in numerous newspaper articles. The car has been researched and traced all the way back to 1941. It was built later in the year and was shipped to the cadillac zone manager in chicago , il and was never titled. It remained in chicago at the zone office until the end of world war 2. After the war doctors were given the first choice to purchase the new vehicles, a doctor bought and kept the car until 1980 and was stored after his death for another 10 years and then the car was transferred to ohio. The car rides on new firestone tires. It has a rebuilt starter, rebuilt carburetor, all new rubber gaskets, new brake linings, new stainless steel muffler and tailpipe, new interior and carpet, original trunk mat, rebuilt fuel pump, rebuilt water pump, new plugs, new points and condenser, new wiring harness, cleaned and flushed radiator with a shuiter thermostat, rebuilt heater and defroster motors, rebuilt motor with new head gaskets, all new engine belts, new transmission output seat, power cut off switch, new brake switch, new turn signal switch, original jack and tool kit. The radio was cleaned and restored to working order, as well as the clock. The car has a new 6 volt battery and remains 6 volt system, it has an additional 12 volt battery used for starting and once started it switches over to 6 volt. The car is powered by a 346 flathead v8 paired with a 3 on the tree manual transmission. The car comes with repair manuals, restoration pictures and miscellaneous records. The owner also had seatbelts installed. This car is turn - key, ready to go for the next owner. Makes every effort to represent each vehicle accurately and with integrity. We also welcome third party inspections when necessary. Unless otherwise noted, all vehicles are sold as is, no warranty expressed or implied.
32,900 Kentwood, MIKentwood, MI 2 months at classiccars.com