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For Sale: 1930 Plymouth Rumble Seat Coupe Model U - $9,550 - Wallingford, CT - Still available, New Price, $12,500: October 2021: see new link below...

1930 Rumble Seat Coupe - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

1930 Plymouth Rumble Seat Coupe Model U.  A Rust Free Original Car.  Please call for details.  

Contact:  (203) 2-six-5-two-5-3-zero  CALLS ONLY !! NO TEXT !! Leave a message

 

I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1930 Plymouth Rumble Seat Coupe Model U.

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  • 58L-Y8 changed the title to For Sale: 1930 Plymouth Rumble Seat Coupe Model U - $9,550 - Wallingford, CT - Not Mine - Still available, New Price, $12,500: October 2021:

Still available, New Price, $12,500: October 2021:

1930 Plymouth Rumble Seat Coupe - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

1930 Plymouth Model U Rumble Seat Coupe.
A Great Original Rust Free Car.
Please call for details

two zero three two six five two five three zero
Calls Only NO TEXT !!

 

Note: If a car doesn't sell at a lower price, add $3K, try again

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19 minutes ago, 58L-Y8 said:

Still available, New Price, $12,500: October 2021:

1930 Plymouth Rumble Seat Coupe - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

1930 Plymouth Model U Rumble Seat Coupe.
A Great Original Rust Free Car.
Please call for details

two zero three two six five two five three zero
Calls Only NO TEXT !!

 

Note: If a car doesn't sell at a lower price, add $3K, try again

Inflation. It’s everywhere. 

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I think it’s a typo. It should read “Rust, Free.”  
 

This seller has some neat stuff. It comes up for sale repeatedly. I guess some of it must sell although I don’t really know.  He certainly doesn’t seem to be in a hurry based on the pricing. 

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Been watching this car for months now, maybe by spring the price will come down to $3,000. That would make it a consideration. I thought for sure it was 9k some months ago. It is a neat car, must be a snail with the 4 cyl, a more unique alternative to a Model A.

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16 hours ago, Fossil said:

If he is storing that car in a shipping container he isn't doing it any good. There needs to be good ventilation when storing something. 

 

 

 

I have a container, I don't store cars in it however.

But I do store some parts in there.

There are vents near the top that keep it dry in there. I haven't experienced any moisture to speak of.

Not to say that it couldn't happen. Just never been a problem for me.

There might be more than one kind of container.

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20 hours ago, Hudsy Wudsy said:

I think that I'd have a hard time keeping a '30 Plymouth original -- I can't stand the cheesy looking horn mounted to the headlight bar.

Currently, there is a 1930 Plymouth in the "Plymouth" section of this Forum that is for sale with the same "cheesy horn".

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How good or bad shipping containers are for long-term storage more than anything else, depends upon the local climate (mostly humidity, but temperature and exposure to sunlight also matter a lot!).

It also matters a lot the condition of the container! I knew a couple people years ago that went to look at a model T that had been in a container for nearly ten years (unopened!). Photos of the car before being put into storage showed a beautiful car!. When the rusted lock was cut off, and the door opened? Nearly a foot of water flowed out. Not even the engine block was considered to be salvageable. Every year for numerous years, sitting in the hot sun, it was a steam bath inside!

Apparently, the doors sealed quite well for the bottom foot or so. But leaked up higher.

 

I think the 'seller' needed to drop the price $3000 instead of raising it that much! That might have put him close to the ballpark?

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