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1963 Buick Electra Convertible Parts Car on

US $2,995.00

Whitehall, Montana, US

Whitehall, Montana, US

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It has power windows, power seats, power steering and power brakes. The body is straight and solid except for the passenger and driver fenders, which have some lower corner rust. Passenger door has some rust in the front corner. All of the convertible pieces are there and useable. The glass is good. The interior is there but it needs to be redone. It has a bench seat interior. Car has a title.

This would be a great parts car! This vehicle is being sold for parts and is not operational or street legal. Therefore, upon purchase, it will need to be either towed or put on a trailer or delivered.    

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