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1959 59 1960 60 Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon Project Parts Car Rat Rod on

US $1,950.00

Great Bend, Kansas, US

Great Bend, Kansas, US

1959 or 1960 Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon that would be a good project or parts car.  This car is mostly complete with only a few small pieces missing.  Call for more details, 620-786-4428

Body- The body is mostly complete with only a few small pieces missing.  It is still pretty solid, but the frt floor pans are rusted out and it has some rust in the rockers.   

Drivetrain - I have never had this car running.  It does still have its original drivetrain intact. 

Interior - The interior is all there and the dash is intact, but it will need restored to be nice. 

This car would make a great parts car or you could almost make a driver out of it with its original look.  No paypal.  The car will roll for loading.  Hard to find project selling as is.  You probably won't find another this complete. 


This is a salvage vehicle and is being sold for parts only. It is not operational or street legal. Therefore, upon purchase, it will need to be either towed or put on a trailer. This item is NOT eligible for the eBay Motors Vehicle Purchase Protection Program.

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See my other auctions for more old parts.  I cannot discuss parts that are not listed on e-bay on an e-bay e-mail.  Requests for other parts that are sent on an e-bay e-mail will not be answered according to e-bay policy.   For more questions you can call me at 620-786-4428.


I only sell and ship in the 48 states and my Paypal account will only accept payments from within the US. I only sell to buyers with a US address AND a US bank acct.  Just because you can use your buddies address in the 48 states, that does NOT fix the problem with extra fees for exchange rates, non-verified paypal payments from foreign accts., and unconfirmed shipping addresses.  Almost all of the Neg. FBs I have recieved over the last few years have come from these situations where buyers are trying to "bend" the rules, so I have been forced to sell only to buyer in the 48 states. 


I have been buying and selling classic and special interest cars and parts for 25 years.  I have hundreds of cars and trucks in stock.  Only a fraction of my inventory ever ends up on e-bay.  I get dozens of phone calls and e-mails for parts every week.  E-mails must be specific about the part and vehicle as well as exactly what you want to know.  I don't have time to answer questions that are not clear and I can't guess what you are trying to ask or what kind of car you have.   I do a lot of volume and I have my own shipping accts.  I do not ship through e-bay.  You will need to e-mail me directly with any shipping questions. 


I do accept paypal for payment, but I will not accept payments that are e-checks or have un-confirmed shipping addresses or non-verified payments.  Any payments that are flagged with any of these issues,  will be cancelled.  This is due to the way paypals system works.  I do accept other forms of payment, contact me for details.


My normal shipping day is Friday every week.  With the exception of Holidays, I almost always ship on Fridays.  Anything paid for by Thurs. night will be processed for Fridays shipment.  Anything paid for after Thurs. night will not ship until the following Friday.  Standard shipping takes 8-10 WORKING days.  SHIPPING COSTS HAVE BEEN ESCALATING WITH ALL CARRIERS DUE TO FUEL COSTS!!!!!!!!  Shipping costs also cover packing materials, time, etc.  ALSO, E-bay is now charging me for shipping costs besides the auction fees.


Large items such as fenders, doors, hoods, etc. will usually need to be shipped UPS oversized or by truck lines.  Some items are better shipping oversized UPS, some have to go tuck lines.  There is no way to determine the actual shipping costs until the part is packaged.  Items that will go oversized UPS can be delivered to residential addresses and will usually ship for $100.00-$150.00.  Items that are too large for UPS oversized, will have to go UPS freight.   Freight does require a commercial business address for the best rates.  Addresses are checked using Google maps.  Only addresses located in accessible business districts are considered commercial, the garage behind your house is not.  There are additional charges for residential deliveries.  Freight shipping will typically run between $100.00-$200.00 in the 48 states.  I am in central KS, so shipments in the middle of the country will typically be on the lower end of that and shipments to the cost are higher.  Residential charges are on top of the shipping cost.  Interested buyers need to take this into consideration when bidding.  There is no possible way to determine exact shipping until something is packaged and I don't have time to package parts that are not sold.  If oversized or freight shipping is going to be too high, then you should not bid on that part.  I do not have Greyhound here.


Buyers have 60 days of free outside storage at the buyers risk.  After 60 days, a storage fee will apply.  If storage fees exceed the purchase price, the vehicle/cab ownership will return to me.  Buyers are responsible for all shipping costs and arrangements.  I do have names and number of transporters that have been here before that I can forward on to interested buyers. 


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