dalef62

Lifetime car collection for sale (more pictures are posted)

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dalef62    23

My dad has decided to sell his lifetime collection of 17 antique and classic cars and has asked me to take care of selling them.  Some of these cars have not seen the light of day in many years, others have been driven occasionally.  They have been stored in dry indoor conditions.  Some have been restored, some are unrestored originals.  It is hard to get good pictures of some of them as they haven't been moved in years.  All have titles.   If you are interested in one, or more, email kimndale97 at gmail.com or message me and I will get you what you need.  All cars are located in SW PA in dry storage.

 

 

(SOLD)1929 Hupmobile Century M - 4 door sedan, 8 cylinder, 3 speed manual transmission.  Amateur restoration many years ago, runs good, missing hubcaps.  Two tone blue. 

 

1948 Lincoln Continental - 2 door coupe, original V-12 engine, 3 speed trans./overdrive.  Original condition, runs very good, power windows. Black  $22,000. 

 

1954 Nash Ambassador - 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder OHV with dual carburetors, LeMans engine, 4 speed hydromatic trans. Runs good, Factory air conditioning.  Has fold down seats to make into a bed.  Croton Green/Mist Gray Green.  $5,000

 

SOLD 1954 Plymouth - 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder 3 speed standard trans.  Needs seat redone.  Runs very good, starts every time. Turquoise/white.

 

SOLD  1957 Imperial by Chrysler - 4 door hardtop 392 hemi engine, pushbutton torqueflyte trans.  Needs restored, seats are refinished and material for rest of interior is there.  Runs good, manual windows.  Blue/white.  

 

1964 Thunderbird - 2 door Landau hardtop, 390 V8 with automatic trans.  Ran when parked over 30 years ago, needs exhaust and tires. Green  $3,500.

 

1965 Thunderbird - 2 door convertible, 390 V8 with automatic trans.  Runs good, top works well.  Red $9,500.   

 

SOLD  1964 1/2 Mustang - convertible, 260 V8 automatic trans.  Fresh restoration with new interior and top.  Runs well.  Blue/white   

 

1969 Cadillac De Ville - convertible V8 engine, auto trans.  A/C   New top, paint when parked 30 years ago. Ran good when parked.  Red/white.  $15,000.

 

1971 Lincoln Mark III - 2 door hardtop 460 V8 engine, auto trans.  Runs well, mostly original, low miles.  Slight rust around rear wheels.  All options including electric eye headlight dimmer.  Blue/white.  $4,800.

 

SOLD  1971 Lincoln Mark III - 2 door convertible.  460 V8, auto trans.  Made from a 2 door hardtop using Ford power top mechanism.  Top covered in vinyl.  Brown.  

 

SOLD  1975 Cadillac Eldorado - 2 door convertible.  500 V8, auto trans.  Needs restored, runs well.  Solid body.  Posted separate on AACA For Sale forums.  Blue/white. 

 

1983 Mustang - convertible.  302cc 5.0 liter HO with 4 speed standard trans. Only 2,900 miles.  Like new!!!!!  All original.  Red/white.  $25,000

 

1987 Lincoln Mark VII - V8 auto, loaded moon roof, runs good, good shape.  Gold.  $3,500.

 

SOLD  1992 Chrysler Lebaron - convertible.  V6, auto trans.  Runs good, no rust, new top, cloth interior, new tires.  Periwinkle blue. 

 

SOLD  1954? and 1961? Metropolitan hardtops with lots of extra parts.  2 cars, 1961? mostly complete and runs, needs restored.  1954? solid body, mostly apart, engine and trans out.  Tons of extra parts including a convertible top frame, stainless trim, dash, brake drums, spare tire mounts, glass and several engines and trans.         

 

 

 

 

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g8r4rc    10

Do you have any photos of the 64 1/2 Mustang? If so can they be emailed to g8r4rc@gmail.com.

 

Regards,

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dalef62    23

Here are pictures of most of the cars.  he has a couple of them at his place and I will get those pictures up as soon as possible.

Thanks,

Dale

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trimacar    455

Nice collection of cars, if I were in the market I'd pick the '65 Thunderbird convertible. Price seems very fair, if it's in the condition picture shows and runs well. Those are nice cars, I've owned three of them 65-66 and wish I had my red 66 back!  Problem is, I wish that of a LOT of cars I've sold, oh well, happy with what I have!

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auburnseeker    378

Those are alot of great cars at what seem like prices that are meant to sell.  I keep coming back to these to see if any really call out to me.  I do like that 65 Tbird Conv't and the Hupmobile.  Even that 54 Plymouth has alot of appeal for the money.  The Imperial (though I'm not a fan of most of them,  looks to be in pretty good shape.   Too bad they are hard to get better photos of.  Some more of the Imperial and the 65 Tbird would be nice to see. Any rust on the 65? 

I didn't see one of the 64.5 Mustang either.  Do you have one of that? 

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dalef62    23

SOLD   The 1964 1/2 Mustang During the restoration.  It is now complete and has new white interior and top.

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dalef62    23
5 minutes ago, GregLaR said:

I made an offer to buy one of these cars at the listed price but no reply yet :(

I am dealing with offers on these cars in the order I receive them.  I hope everyone understands! 

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trimacar    455

Appears to be a very nice Mustang, reasonably priced.  I think some of these cars will sell quickly.  The early Mustangs have a few differences than the later models, although it's still titled a 1965, there were no 1964 Mustangs and no state that I know of will put "1/2" on a title!

 

If the Mustang is 90% as good as it looks in the picture, it's a good buy in today's market....keep us informed on what sells!  I almost asked my wife is she wanted to go visit her hometown of Bruin, outside Butler, both of which appear fairly close to you!

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vicpanza    19

Like to speak with you about the Metros. How can we connect. I am in the Pittsburgh area. 

 

vicpanza@gmail.com

412-956-2852

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dalef62    23

A few pictures of the 1957 Imperial.   392 Hemi.  Seat are redone and material for rest of interior is in trunk.

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dalef62    23

If you have contacted me about any of the cars listed and I haven't got back to me, please message me.  I think I have messaged or called everyone that has shown interest in the cars but just checking.  

Also added a few pictures of the 1964 1/2 Mustang, 1957 Imperial, 1965 Thunderbird and 1954 Plymouth.

 

 

 

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31 Caddy    104

We all know "a picture's worth a thousand words", but that really hit home with this ad. When I first read the description of the cars, the image in my mind was FAR worse than what the subsequent pictures indicated. Look like pretty good cars, fairly priced. Blasphemy perhaps, but the complete running 392 with matching trans  is probably worth the price of the Imperial.

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BearsFan315    30

have to say some really nice cars....  

 

Sent you an email and message, may be of interest for one or two of them if not sold.

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dalef62    23

1964 1/2 Mustang is sold, pending pickup.  Thank you for all the interest.

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BearsFan315    30

Thanks for the Call, and Response to my Messages !!

 

May want to note what cars are still Available, or those that have sold and pending

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dalef62    23

I am taking offers in the order I receive them. 

Thank you for all the kind comments on the cars and prices.  I have been swamped with emails, calls, and messages.  Between work and life I am making progress. 

Thanks,

Dale

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dalef62    23

The 1954 Plymouth 4 door is SOLD, pending pick-up.  Thanks for all the interest in it.

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dalef62    23

The 1954 Plymouth has been picked up and we shuffled a lot of the cars that were in the building so I can now get better pictures of a few of the cars if needed. 

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