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1959 Dodge Convertible for sale
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Posted 2019-09-30 2:31 PM (#588180)
Subject: 1959 Dodge Convertible for sale



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I don't know why my post about the sale of my car does not show up in "New Threads",
so we will try it again here.

Well after 16 years the 59 Dodge and I will be parting ways!
A fellow from Colorado wanted to buy the car but changed his mind,soooooo~~~~~
She is up for sale.

As most of you know, She started life as a Coronet convertible, with a white body and blue top.
The seller I had bought it from used donor parts from a custom Royal to convert her to a Custom Royal.
I finished a few things he did not complete, redid the interior from black vinyl to the correct
Custom Royal interior. I also replaced the SS eyebrows with the correct (for Custom Royal) eyebrows.

The car appears to be a "perfect custom Royal" until you open the hood.
The vin tag will decode as a coronet convertible and the engine is "Slightly different from stock" LOL

The engine was built 10 years ago with the best parts available at the time.
KB alloy pistons, Edelbrock performer aluminum heads and intake manifold for two 4'barrel carbs.
The engine dynoed at 476 HO and 535 ft lbs of torque on 87 octane gas.
I just installed a new 4 core radiator, new edelbrock 1906 carbs spark plug wires etc.
I had the valves adjusted. She starts and runs fantastic and "cool" too.

The car has the 6 way power swing out seats, power steering, disc brakes (front only), new master cylinder.
The top is in xlnt shape and works very well (Fast up/down).
Anyway the car looks and runs great. It is NOT a "concours car"!
The car has the hideaway DVD player

PM me if your are interested, as you know, it is a very very rare car!
There are many videos of the car on Youtube.

$70,000 US (Negotiable)

Gary
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