Probably the most original Dodge of this vintage anywhere. No rust ever. It spent its life in TN, KY, NC, and was in the Antique Automobile Club at least as far back as 1980. Last inspected in 1981. 40 year old gasoline receipts are still in the car. I have owned it about 10 years. I have had many cars during this period, and this is the last to go. Hands down favorite. None of my cars got as many grins and thumbs ups. It really represents the after WWII era accurately. 3 speed Fluid drive on the column and a flat head 6. Very dependable, everything works except the radio, clock and fuel gauge. Call for questions - nothing to hide here - just moving to a house without enough garage space. 409/[hidden information]
This car may be a D-24, as the engine number is D24-[hidden information].
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