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39 buick century, not mine

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@MCHinson  this one's down your way....

https://wilmington.craigslist.org/cto/d/1939-buick-century-series-60/6635603652.html

 

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Up for sale is a 1939 Buick Century (Series 60). This car has been in our family for almost 40 years, most of which was in conditioned storage. Car still has original interior (some moth holes in the seats and headliner). Body has minor scraps but no major dings or deep scratches. Driver side rear side window does have a crack in lower right corner but still operates (see pic) and the rear drivers side tire is leaking air from around the valve stem. Car was re-sprayed and some body work was done before the car was purchased back in 1980. Trunk has misc. parts that have been collected through the years and comes with a custom car cover made to fit. This is a great car, lots of fun to drive and gets many looks going down the road. The car does run/drive, however it has been sitting for a couple years and thus needs a good tune-up (I recently put new plugs and battery in the car).

This is not a show quality car, but one that you can get out, cruise on the weekends and enjoy driving!

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I am 99% sure that this is a car that I looked at about 3 or 4 years ago. After seeing it in person, I was not impressed. I think that it has probably still been sitting in the same garage since then. I don't think that it has been licensed and I doubt it has been driven except in the driveway in all that time. When I saw it, it had to be pushed in and out of the garage.  It looks like they have become a bit more reasonable on the price since I saw it, but I still think it is a bit overpriced from the condition that I recall. 

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Has NY tags on it. They are older style but still in use.  I have them on a few of my cars as I like the look better and DMV wants an extra 20 or 40 to upgrade to the new plates which actually don't look as good. 

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