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For Sale: 1953 Willys Aero Eagle 2 dr Hdtp - $4,500 - Quakertown, PA - Not Mine


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For Sale: 1953 Willys Aero Eagle 2 dr Hdtp - $4,500 - Quakertown, PA

https://allentown.craigslist.org/cto/d/quakertown-1953-willys-aero-eagle-2-dr/7204782810.html

This is a really solid 1953 Willys Eagle 2 door hardtop. These are fairly rare cars with only about 5000 produced. It had been in dry storage since 1974. A low mileage car showing 49K. original with no modifications except being repainted pale green over the original Nassau Cream. I have not been able to get the engine freed up. Have been soaking it but no luck. There are only two small rust spots, one under the back seat and below trunk lid. It has a 161 cubic inch Hurricane engine with a three speed and overdrive. There is some stainless molding missing on drivers side and some of the paint was starting to be removed.

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I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this For Sale: 1953 Willys Aero Eagle two door Hardtop.

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I've owned a few of these cars and I like this one. Interior material for these is nearly impossible to find since so few were manufactured, so to find one with a good interior is rare. The 161 engine will move the car along nicely and with overdrive, which this car has, it will deliver good gas mileage as well.

Rust can be a problem with any unit body car so inspect the underside carefully. Small floor pan holes are easily repaired, but structural pieces can be difficult, and expensive fixes.

If this one checks out, then I think the asking price is well within the ballpark.

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