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1955 Buick Roadmaster convertible project

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Up for sale is my 1955 Buick Roadmaster convertible clone project. The car is in very good condition with very little rust. The sheet metal is for sure a must see as is the floor pans. I have lots of extra parts that go with it. There are at least 2 sets of bumpers(front and rear, an extra fender, extra wiring harness, 2 dashes, 2 maybe 3 sets of taillight housings, over 20 port hole inserts, 2 maybe three radiators, headlight buckets, and many other odds and ends are lying around.. Also includes extra frame! Restoration has already been started. Has original 322 Nailhead engine and Dynaflow transmission. I also have another rebuilt 322 nailhead(with 3 deuce setup) and rebuilt dynaflow transmission that I will let go for extra$$. I am selling due to having too many other projects. I just cant keep them all :^( I am asking $4500 for the car and all the parts except the new motor and transmission. I will take $6000 OBO for everything. I have lots of pictures but it really must be seen to be appreciated. This would be a high dollar ride once completed!!! All the hard work is done.. Paint it and put it back together!!! If you have seen this post before, you will notice I lowered my price $1000 for a quick sale!! MY LOSS IS YOU GAIN!! Must go by end of the month!! Feel free to call if you have any questions.. 270-699-9one53 or 859-3one9-3542 or email me at jobyspears@yahoo.com

Well I've tried downloading some pictures and am not sure if they are going to load, so feel free to email me and I can send more.






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The car is located in central Kentucky. The zip code is 40328 in case you wanted to map quest it to see exactly where it is at. It is registered and titled in my name and is ready to transfer. I even have my out of state VTR (vehicle transfer form) ready in the event it leaves Kentucky. I have been a member of ths site for a while now but am not to savy with how it all works and actually have the car lited twice somehow.. Here is a link to the other ad where I have explained the car in a bit more detail. http://forums.aaca.org/f117/1955-buick-roadmaster-convertible-project-338807.html. With the exception of needing some of the glass, this car has everything to complete it as the convertible( and I mean everything from all the special convertible trim for the front windshield and the rea around the top, to rear seat that was only for convertibles, the top frame with all the bows, automatic top cylinders with hoses and pump, which is weak according to what was written on the tape stuck to it( it read "weak top, must help raise"), rear inner panels, door panels(for templates). I just dont really feel I can give the car the justice it truly deserves by trying to write a book on everything that was or has been done to it since I got it. Therefor I invite anyone who is serious in the car to please call and shoot away with any questions, concerns, or comments. As a private contractor, I am currently off work. The 55 is one of several other cars or projects that I have here at home which include a 28 Buick 28-62 Coupe, 67 Old cutlass convertible, 56 Pontiac Safari, 51 Studebaker street rod, 66 Toyota FJ40 Land Cruiser just to name a few here at home.. As much as I would like to see it through, the reality is that 1st off, it is just taking up way too much room in my shop with all the extra parts I have in addition to the car being disassembled as it was going through a very thorough restoration before I purchased it. I was told by the previous body shop owner that was in charge of the restoration that his shop had already billed the previous owners close to $8000 for what time and work they had performed.

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