1969 Bradley Gt 1 on 2040-parts.com
Johnstown, Pennsylvania, US
This vehicle is being sold for parts only and is not operational or street legal. Therefore, upon purchase, it will need to be either towed or trailered. eBay encourages its members to learn about their state laws governing vehicle sales prior to the sale or purchase of a vehicle
I MAY consider PARTING THIS CAR FOR YOU IF YOU BUY IT and CAN'T TAKE THE WHOLE THING.
WE WILL WORK WITH YOU AND YOUR SHIPPER, AND CAN ASSIST WITH LOADING.
This CAR is ONE OF 40 CARS FROM OUR STORAGE LOT. WE HAVE LOST OUR LEASE THERE AND WILL BE REMOVING ALL 40 CARS!!!! A LARGE PORTION OF THE CARS ARE PARTS CARS, WITH A HALF DOZEN OR SO PROJECT CARS. THESE CARS MUST BE REMOVED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. WE WILL BE PARTING OUT SOME OF THE CARS. IF YOU SEE SOMETHING in the PICTURES that INTERESTS YOU, PLEASE ASK us to list it !!!
GOOD LUCK BIDDING !!!! BE A WINNER !!!!!!!
PLEASE CHECK MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR MORE........
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