THIS IS A 64 CUSTOM 500 2 DOOR SEDAN. IT IS IN DECENT SHAPE FOR IT AGE. IT CAME WITH A 352 3 SPEED AND NOW HAS A 351W 3 SPEED. THE FLOORS HAVE SOME SMALL RUST HOLES THAT NEED REPAIR. THE TRUNK FLOOR IS IN GOOD CONDITION. IT HAS A ROCK CHIP IN THE WINDSHIELD AND A CRACK HAS STARTED FROM THERE. THE FRONT SEAT WAS TOAST AND NOW HAS A PAIR OF BUCKET SEATS. IT HAS A RUST SPOT AT THE BOTTOM OF THE RIGHT FRONT FENDER. I HAVE DIFFERNT HOOD AND DECK LID THAT ARE IN BETTER SHAPE THAN THE ONES ON IT AND WILL BE SELING THE ONES ON IT IN SEPERATE AUCTIONS. EMAIL IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. IT IS FOR PICK UP ONLY. THANKS FOR LOOKING.
1969 and earlier for Sale
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