What does it cost to get into something “unique” these days? I’ll tell ya — you won’t turn any heads with another late model Moostang or a ’57 Chebby at a car show these days and most classics are so overpriced that you need to get into something funky to find a good price-to-value ratio. So dig deep, dig into the history of the automobile..and get something pre-war, like this 1937 BSA Scout offered for $18000 in Ft Myers, FL via craigslist. Tip from Dascpcu.
From the seller:
1937 BSA scout deluxe
cylinders: 4 cylinders
paint color: white
title status: clean
BSA,Scout Deluxe, 4-seat. Right hand drive, 95% original. Restored. Spare-engine included, many parts. Original owners manuel, new top. Car show ready. ALSO car trailer for FREE. See pictures of other BSA’s on BSA website: www.bsafwdc.org
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