1950 Ford Custom convertible recently rolled out of dry sheltered storage where it has been kept since 1975.
Engine, transmission and rear end differential have all been removed. Sheet metal that needs replacement include rocker panels, hood, floor pans and deck lid. Doors and fenders are in good condition, lower portion of quarters need some metal work, yet no evidence of being involved in a collision. The pictures show areas of surface rust. Convertible top frame parts are in place. A title does not exist.
This vehicle is simply a very hard to find project specimen for someone interested in a convertible car restoration built to new owner specifications.
Offered by owner, not a dealer. Cash or certified bank check accepted. Delivery available to a transfer location or final destination for a fee determined by mileage. Vehicle is located in central North Carolina. Priced to sell at $5,000.
This hard to find convertible will sell soon, so if you have additional questions or would like to setup an appointment to view this car please call or e-mail. Phone contact: Phil (910-893-9873) before 9:00 p.m. Eastern standard time.
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