||This Estate car spent most of it's life in rust-free Arizona and was driven back to the Midwest about 1990. It is an extremely straight version in a very unusual color combination pink bottom with white top. Having been in the Midwest for the last decade, it has developed some rust especially on the bottom of the rear quarter fender area.
It appears readily repairable, and you will not have to replace the quarters, etc. It is a loaded car with power steering, brakes, push button automatic transmission, deluxe push button AM radio, and it even has air conditioning. The odometer reads 35,538 and although the former owner believed it to be actual, due to the age, we will be selling as miles unknown. The gray and white-cloth and vinyl interior is nice enough to use as is. The front seat however has been professionally redone at one time and there is a slight difference in the thread design. Although it has been stored for the last decade, it was driven fairly recently to its current storage facility. The original keys were lost while it was stored and the ignition has been replaced, however it still will need to be remounted into the dash. The chrome is exceptionally shiny, and mostly rust free but does have some imperfections, pitting, nicks and bumps from the last 5 decades. The tail light/back-upturn signal lenses are old and dry from the Arizona weather and will need replaced. We do have an area collector that has a 1956 Chrysler New Yorker (less motor/trans) that would consider selling some parts if you need them. We can provide his name to the buyer.