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For Sale: 1956 Chrysler Windsor Nassau - "Good running condition" - Shreveport, LA - Not Mine

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For sale on Craigslist: 1956 Chrysler Windsor Nassau 2-door Hardtop in Shreveport, LA  -  $22,500  -  Call Dale: 979 218 44 zero nine


Link: https://dallas.craigslist.org/dal/cto/d/shreveport-1956-chrysler-nassau/7525798967.html


Seller's Description:

1956 Chrysler Windsor Nassau 2-door Hardtop

  • odometer: 123,456
  • odometer rolled over
  • transmission: automatic
  • title status: clean

Good running condition, clear title, 315 Poly engine, push button automatic, power steering, power brakes, power windows, Kelsey Hayes wire wheels, non a/c. New paint in original color, newly rechromed trim, new carpet, and newly reupholstered seats, original door panels and headliner. Contact Dale to make appointment to view, asking $22,500.00 or best reasonable cash offer.









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Price is way optimistic for the condition of the car. Throw those old pictures away, only the current ones matter. Unfinished trunk, torn headliner at the C-pillars, dashboard paint peeling, where's the air cleaner, Kelsey-Hayes wire wheels painted silver and something's leaking at the RF tire. Engine is not a 315 either, that was a Dodge engine. Just not nice enough to be in the 20 grand range.

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Argent painted Motor Wheel real wire wheels were optional (as well as chromed) on Plymouth and Dodge cars.  But these are the "short laced" MW wheels and therefore have to be the wider DeSoto and Chrysler wheels and were originally chromed.  Which is my way of saying someone has painted over the rust, and a close look reveals some of that.  

Still a desirable car being the basic Windsor body used with to create the '56 300B, to which Chrysler added the '55 Imperial front doghouse sheetmetal.   But overpriced in today's market.  Yes, I'm personally aware this car has sat in this collection multiple years so it is not ready to drive out.


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