1951 Plymouth concord business coup, custom, rat rod, lead Sled, barn find

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Condition: Used
  • Item location: Saint James, New York, United States
  • Make: Plymouth
  • Model: Other
  • Year: 1951
  • Mileage: 9,999,999
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

Plymouth Other 1951 Description

Up for bid is a 1951 Plymouth concord business coup. Rare 2 seater. Heater and radio delete car.I have put a reserve price on car but, will offer to highest bidder if top bid comes within a reasonable price.I relisted this car with the hope of one of the interested parties from the last auction will pull the trigger and by it!This car is in no way a "diamond in the rough" or a "Polished turd"!The car is what it is and as described.There is someone out there that either wants, eeds, oves or just has to have this car for some reason. If you feel you are one of these people, lease, id away! If not, ove along! Don't be a troll and bid because you have nothing better to do. I really do not need to sell this car. I have others that will go at some time and I'm just thinning the herd to keep a certain someone happy!The remainder of my brief description is as follows below.If you have any questions or concerns, lease contact me. I will be more than happy to disclose any info you may require.Or, f you would like, can arrange for the car to be seen in personThe car Has had an aftermarket radio hastily installed at one time. I have an OE replacement radio delete facia and 6V heater to go with car.Mild custom. Built some time in late 70's.Shaved door handles, renched headlights and rear license plate on trunk.Repaint to current color in late 80's.360 cu in Chrysler V8, 04 auto Trans, 3/4' rear diff. (New NHRA spec axles and rebuilt brakes)Front disc brake conversion. Replaced front springs for gasser look.F & R brakes, xles and springs done in winter of 201412V electric system.Runs and drives Fine as is but, an use a good going through.Will pass inspection. Currently registered (Historical) and insured.Insured for appraised value of 10K under classic insurance.$500.00 deposit via PayPal must be made at end of auction.Local pick up only! Cash in hand!Winner responsible for vehicle pick up and/transport.I also have a 1953 Belair coup project car for sale.Contact me for details on either car.(631)-264-5335Eric
On Jan-25-16 at 09:32:21 PST, eller added the following information:

Hi all,

I had some what reluctantly placed this car on auction at the request of my girlfriend and she is way more excited than I am that it is selling!
I had purchased this car about 5 years ago and, 'm sure a lot of you can relate, ad all sorts of plans to do this or that to this car. Blah blah blah!But, n walks the new girl friend! And loving her as much as I do, omethings did need to change! I have way too many projects and the house needs a bit of updating to say the least! I did just finish a '69 428CJ mustang for a buddy of mine who redid my living room in exchange. The points are stacking up in my favor!Being the keeper that she is, can't keep everything! So, his car is the first to go.But, he good thing is, he is allowing me to keep 5 of the cars I have!
Over this weekend I did have the pleasure to speak with the gentleman who originally built this car.A really nice guy and he was happy to see that a car he once enjoyed was still around!He says he always hunts around for interesting cars on the interwebs and stumbled on mine when he noticed the interior!I was close to my original assumption of the history of this car.He had purchased the car from a neighbor when he lived in Poughkeepsie in upstate NY.He did all the fab work in installing the engine and Trans from a '79 cordoba and the rear, enter consol and shifter from a '67 coronet in 1980.He had painted it a bright yellow, hich is still evident in some areas under the weather stripping.He had driven it daily mostly in the summer for some time before selling it to a used car dealer buddy of his prior to moving out of state.After that it's history is a bit fuzzy but, had found the car being stored in my friends service station that had been closed down for a a couple of years.Supposedly, he guy I bought it from was owed money by his brother and got this car and another in lieu of cash. Then stored it in my friends service station.Then here I walk in and had to have it! Like I didn't have enough crap already!Towed it home, rought it back to life, ot it drivable and did a few of the upgrades as mentioned above due to the "white knuckle" ride it was with the original front brakes and dead springs.So, ll in all, 'm sorry to see it go! Hopefully it will go to a good home and I will be able to get my bathroom redone and be a hero once again!Thanks for bidding!P.S. Hopefully the snow melts by auctions end! If not, ring a shovel!

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