1964 Chrysler New Yorker
This car belonged to my dad, who passed away in 2014. He purchased it locally from a gentleman a couple years before that for too much money, and then proceeded to spend too much money working on it. Sound familiar? LOL It's terribly hard for me to sell his cars, but we can only keep a few and we moved to where we have hail coming soon, and the cars are unprotected right now. I have a small folder that has some of the receipts from the work he had done on it. It hasn't been started very often since Daddy passed, but when we brought it to our new house, my mechanic friend said, and I quote, "It runs like a raped ape." (I believe that would have made Daddy smile.) It hasn't been started since last year when we moved it here and before that, 2014. It fired right up with a little tlc. I am obviously not a car person, but I know the car is in better than "fair" condition. She runs, no rust that I can find, no real body damage, but unfortunately when we got it out of the barn, it sustained a big scratch in the paint on the right rear quarter panel. You can kind of see it in one of the pics. If that had not happened, it would have looked pretty decent with a good rubbing compound, but it really does need new paint. The interior needs some work, but it's not in terible shape, either. Along with the car comes 155.00 worth of original cloth for the seats from SMS Auto Fabrics in Canby, OR. In all honesty, I haven't the faintest idea what the actual miles on it are. It doesn't show enough numbers, and the first number is a 0, so I'm not sure if it's at 100K+ or 200K+. I guess the lower, but the original owner has passed on, so I can't ask. There are some of the things that have been replaced since purchase. It might have been 6 years ago, but the car was probably only driven 20 times after Dad purchased it. Napa air filter Front end alignment 1200.00 receipt for repairs that are not specified - of course shop is now closed 703.00 for repairs not specified - same shop as above... 618.63 for new master cylinder, brake job I have never sold a car on eBay, so please feel free to ask questions, I am not trying to hide anything. I just want my Dad's "babies" somewhere they are not going to get hail damage and will hopefully be fixed up the way Dad wanted it. Thanks for your time, and I will gladly do what I can to help figure out shipping. We work from home, so very flexible with our time.