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FS 1956 Desoto Adventurer documented numbers match solid and complete

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partially disassembled and currently stripped to bare metal revealing very few physical defects in the body. solid 341 ran great and transmission shifts great. engine is super clean inside. The rearend third member has been freshly rebuilt and has receipts. the rest of the rearend housing is completely repainted and all of the brake parts are new.  car has been apart for three years now. with correct original dual fours and air cleaner. Nothing is covered up by primer or filler. the seats and carpet have been removed and the original paint is still on all of the rust free floor boards.  original glass is good. new carpet and we purchased the rare correct multi color insert material for the seats and some of the upholstery work has been done but some needs finishing.  new dual exhaust wheels have been painted and the wide whites are in excellent shape. many small parts of the this car have been stripped, primed and painted correctly to semi gloss black where applicable. The bumpers are very straight and need rechromed. the stainless trim is all there. most of it is very straight and a few pieces need help.  originally a dual antennae car and they are here ( I believe we bought NOS ones.   )  Other misc new parts were purchased like some rubber parts, correct optional dual exhaust tips. dash mounted clock. and more. The steering wheel has undergone a complete recasting from quality restorations and is correct and beautiful . The hood/ upper grill emblem is new and correct for the adventurer from emblem magic. the steering wheel and the emblem together were $2000  . Many of the original bolts and othER fasteners were restored not replaced. We retained the bolts with the CDDP  logo where they belong.  I have many photos available to send but can only post three or four here.  no trades 30,000. Reasonable offers considered. 509-939-4039 located in Spokane Washington








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