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For Sale: 1962 Corvair sedan - $8,000 - Ansonia, CT - Not Mine - Still available, price reduced to $6,500, June '21:


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For Sale: 1962 Corvair sedan - $8,000 - Ansonia, CT - Still available, price reduced to $6,500, June '21: see new link below.

Must Sell - 1962 Corvair - cars & trucks - by owner - vehicle... (craigslist.org)

For sale is a 1962 Corvair sedan in great shape.  Engine rebuilt. Runs and drives great.  New wheel cylinders, master cylinder, and shoes.  $8,000 or best offer. Open to all offers.  Prefer phone calls. odometer: 33179

Contact:  Ponz  (203) 3-one-2-3-one-two-8

Copy and paste in your email:    668b92914d043e07a6052c725f1ed978@sale.craigslist.org


I have no personal interest or stake in the eventual sale of this 1962 Corvair sedan.

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Still available, price reduced to $6,500, June '21: (see edit history)
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  • 58L-Y8 changed the title to For Sale: 1962 Corvair sedan - $8,000 - Ansonia, CT - Not Mine - Still available, price reduced to $6,500, June '21:

Six Grand and your on the way to car shows, ice cream runs and Sunday drives, polishing and performing typical maintenance while learning about your car.

 

Oh wait, isnt this a crappy hobby to get into unless your very wealthy or born with a chrome wrench in your hand?  😉👍

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"Title Missing" in CL ad could be a problem!  Seller should address this first, then it would be an easier sale...

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From the Connecticut State DMV website:

Connecticut does not require a title for vehicles over 20 model years old.  This letter can be used as proof of what model year vehicles Connecticut titles.  See website for pdf download.

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7 minutes ago, atglass said:

 

Does anyone know if it can be titled in N.C. without a seller's title? Just a bill of Sale.

I tried NCDMV, but the person I spoke with was of no help.

 

CT has no titles for cars this old, but as I understand CT can provide paperwork to the current owner to stand as a title for an out of state sale, assuming he owns it. How do they tell if he owns it? Heck if I know.

 

3 or 4 years ago a car turned up in CT on Craigslist that I had been lusting after since I was 14 years old. It was the right color, had the right engine option, no signs of rustout in the usual spots, was running and driving and had a decent stock interior. The price was slightly below market in my opinion. I didn't even get on the airplane. There is no way I would drop a whole bunch of cash on something like that and not even know if I own it. You could ask him to get the appropriate CT paperwork if you like before you drop the cash, but personally I would run away screaming.

 

 

 

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