I was on the road yesterday on my way to Williams College in the Berkshires, when I spotted these two delightful cars that were ford sale in Pittsfield. Are they Hooniversalustworthy?
The first one is a 1955 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery, and it was sharp. I was able to talk to the seller briefly, and he said is has a 350 Crate Motor under the hood, a three-speed Turbohudramatic, Vintage A/C, and a decent stereo system. The car/truck is built for cruising, but I’m not in love with the paint job. It’s well finished overall though.
This is my favorite of the two. This is a 1960 Chevrolet Brookwood Wagon, and the paint was a delicious mint green, so flawlessly applied that is looked like it was still wet. This car also receved a 350 transplant, andit also equipped with a Turbohydramatic. Yes, the car has A/C, and some kind of audio equipment, but I still come back to the paint, and the overall stance of the car. Look at the rear wheels, and you see a boxed exhaust system peaking out in from underneath the car.
We discussed price, and I think the seller stated that the Sedan Delivery is priced at $25,000, and the Station Wagon is $19,000, but I could be wrong as I can’t seem to find my notes…