Cemetery Find: 1930’s Ford Kit Car
I’m no expert on selling cars…but I do know a thing or two, and one of them is that you should never stage your car to look like you’ve just dug it out from a grave. If you did unearth this thing in your yard, maybe consider pushing/pulling it a few feet into fresh dirt before taking pictures with your dirty thumbnail obscuring the ancient license plate…oh, wait, there is an old bench seat sitting next to a tarp that’ll do. Find this 1930’s Ford Kit Car based on a 1959 Thunderbird offered for $5500 in Covina, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1935 Ford Kit Car
cylinders: 8 cylinders
title status: clean
30’s kit, sitting on a 1959 Ford T-bird chassis. 8 cyl, auto trans, it has not been run in a while. needs to be gone through, also a battery would help. It has a re-moveable hard top. It still has an AM/FM 8 track player. As you can see the tires are shot, car is on non op. Clear California title. Being sold as is!!! Please serious calls only.
If anyone has info on maker of this kit, information would be greatly appreciated.
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Has a bit of an ungangly, Singer Nine roadster look to it. IF you were to pull the jeep hardtop off and paint it something other than primrose, it could be okay? The interior looks like it was done up in quality materials prior to however many years of neglect. That said, still probably needs some tune-up of the fiberglass body.
OMG, that’s unattractive!