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1915 REO the Fifth 4 cylinder touring for sale


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1915 REO the Fifth 4 cylinder touring for sale

I am selling this car for a friend. It had belonged to his father who had died decades ago. He had never seen it or knew of its existence until after his father’s passing. He had never seen it run. This car was just removed from almost 40 years in storage. The car is mostly original except for a paint job that was done about 60 years ago. It is very complete. I am aware of only the top bow saddles being missing. It starts easily and runs well although I have only had it on very short runs around the block. The body is straight with no rust or wood rot. There is a small dent on the left front fender where something fell on it. The original leather upholstery is brittle and is tattered in places. The top has several holes in it. The top bows are in very good condition. The wiring seems mostly complete and original but several wires were disconnected when I first saw it. I have managed to get the starter and ignition working but have not attempted to find out why the headlights and horn don’t work. The amp meter shows charging when the engine is running. Please review the photos and feel free to ask any questions. The car is currently stored in Carson California near the 405 freeway in Long Beach. If you would like to inspect the car, please call me at 310-200-6776 PDT to set up an appointment. I can show the car almost anytime late mornings through early evening 7 days a week. He is asking for offers around $15,000 for the car. The car has a clear title and is currently on a California DMV Certificate of Non-Operation so no back fees will be due when registering in California. I have a couple of videos of the first drive in 40 years of the car and the first ride ever of the owner. They are too big for the forum but I can text them if you are interested in the car.

 

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