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  1. Thank you all for your replies. It was rebuilt around 10 years ago and I bet theres not even 100 miles on it. Im not sure why it looks so bad, though it hasn't been cleaned or kept up. Unfortunately I know nothing about taking care of it and I also never realized i wouldn't be able to get what I put into it. Im realizing that now. The reason I find it hard to drive is, it doesn't have power steering and to start it you kind have to press 2 things on the floor and I am so worried that I would get it started and then go somewhere and not be able to start it again! So maybe its not that hard but
  2. I actually don't know if it is 6 or 12 volt. Well shoot, thats lower than I was hoping. Unfortunately I spent around 4,000 rebuilding the engine, but I find it so hard to drive. I should have just put a regular motor in it. I just didn't want to change to the tires etc. Maybe I will just keep it as a lawn ornament. Thank you so much for your input.
  3. HI Terry, here are some pictures. They don't look that great, I guess I could have cleaned it up a little haha. But actually, it is what it is
  4. Here are a few photos. The inside is kind dirty as its been sitting unused for a while.
  5. Thank you so much for replying. I will upload some pictures tomorrow. It is a 4 door, with a rebuilt flat head 6 engine. It does run. I live in New Mexico. It was repainted years ago, but has been outside so its chipping and cracking. The interior is original, I believe, but actually, I don't really know. maybe someone could tell by looking at it. Anyway, thank you again and I will post pics tomorrow.
  6. Hello, I have a 1931 Pontiac that I would love to sell but I have no idea how to price it. Can anyone give me a suggestion? Thank you!
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