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"Solid" 58 Plymouth 2D HT; $12000
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drosera88
Posted 2018-08-05 9:10 PM (#567863)
Subject: "Solid" 58 Plymouth 2D HT; $12000



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If this car is "solid" as the owner says, then I'm a billionaire, the moon is made of cheese, and those rusty holes all over the car are a factory option for the 58 Plymouth. Yeesh. Wants $12k too! Also, he touts that it's an Oregon car, even though Oregon is one of the wettest states in the US. 

https://providence.craigslist.org/cto/d/1958-plymouth-christine/6662807364.html

 

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1955Coronado
Posted 2018-08-06 9:24 AM (#567899 - in reply to #567863)
Subject: Re: "Solid" 58 Plymouth 2D HT; $12000



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Good Lord - a complete look at the ad pictures is definitely needed. There's nearly nothing holding up the passenger C pillar, for pete's sake.
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Doctor DeSoto
Posted 2018-08-06 9:45 AM (#567905 - in reply to #567899)
Subject: Re: "Solid" 58 Plymouth 2D HT; $12000



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For western U.S. residents, the meaning of East Coast "Solid" is a
mystery. Basically defined, if one cannot see all four tires at the same
time, it is "solid" or "rust-free".

This car exhibits classic coastal rust, where the salt-heavy rain and
fog settle ON the car and cause rust in high, open places, where the
more typical road salt rust creeps from the inside, out, after being slung
into every nook and cranny under the car from the tires and road wash.

Seems like someone is pretty rosy-eyed on a $12K price in the current
market, but what do I know ? People pay stupid money for used modern
junk these days. At least you have a real car when this one is done.
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drosera88
Posted 2018-08-06 11:34 PM (#567956 - in reply to #567905)
Subject: Re: "Solid" 58 Plymouth 2D HT; $12000



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Doctor DeSoto - 2018-08-06 8:45 AM For western U.S. residents, the meaning of East Coast "Solid" is a mystery. Basically defined, if one cannot see all four tires at the same time, it is "solid" or "rust-free". This car exhibits classic coastal rust, where the salt-heavy rain and fog settle ON the car and cause rust in high, open places, where the more typical road salt rust creeps from the inside, out, after being slung into every nook and cranny under the car from the tires and road wash. Seems like someone is pretty rosy-eyed on a $12K price in the current market, but what do I know ? People pay stupid money for used modern junk these days. At least you have a real car when this one is done.

I am originally from California so to me "solid" means some surface rust and maybe a small hole or two in the floors or trunk. This much rust freaks me out! 

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58Jackie
Posted 2018-08-07 1:03 AM (#567959 - in reply to #567956)
Subject: Re: "Solid" 58 Plymouth 2D HT; $12000



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Yeah, I'm not buying it how "solid" this car really is. I mean I already see a good case of cancer on the exterior body of the car, I'd hate to see what condition the floors are in. And notice how there is no clear shot of them floors either...

There is a Belvedere in the background that looks more solid than this one.
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Lancer Mike
Posted 2018-08-07 3:09 PM (#568002 - in reply to #567959)
Subject: Re: "Solid" 58 Plymouth 2D HT; $12000



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This one would have to be inspected in person by the buyer.

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