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1947 Manhattan Frazer one of one

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1947 Manhattan Frazer one of one for sale

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As Found in Original condition the much talked about 1947 Manhattan Frazer PromotionalConcept Pickup. Commissioned by the Entrepreneur Earl "MADMAN" Muntz!
Muntz presented the car/truck idea to Henry Kaiser but the concept didn't catch on.
If you havnt heard of Madman Muntz. google him. Amazing individual.
It is featured in "Vintage Truck Magazine" and is due out in "Street Trucks" magazine soon.
There were three trucks built in 1947 from 3 new Kaiser or Frazer sedans in southern California.
Truck was found in eastern Oregon (dry climate) and now resides in New Mexico (dry climate).
There is very little rust on truck and is only surface rust (patina).
There are two of the three trucks still around but this is the only original one that exists.
Look at pictures. ask questions. do your research. and bid on a chance of a lifetime!
Shipping is on the buyer
Low starting price and NO RESERVE 
Needs to be in a Museum like the other one (it's sister) at the AACA Museum in Hershey Pa.
Engine and drivetrain is complete original and turns free. nbsp;but hasn't been started in many years.
Wheels were changed at some point in life to the Cragers Mags on it now.
Old tires hold air but are shot but rolls and steers well
All Original!
To answer a few questions asked:        The wood in the bed needs replaced. as most things need attention.         Motor is free and not stuck. I think it will start with little work.         There is no rust through anywhere. just surface rust.         Was found in eastern Oregon at a collectors old wrecker service.         Three speed on the tree. (there was a three speed. four speed and an automatic made). This is the first one with the three speed.         Also. there is no tailgate. The way it looks there may never have been one. The other truck in the AACA Pa Museum is like a 40's ford tailgate. One could easily be adapted to fit and look nice because the rear window of this truck looks like a 40's ford truck rear window.
The Frazer Manhattan was the top of the line in the Kaiser/Frazer line up!

On Apr-29-17 at 09:11:02 PDT. seller added the following information:

Truck is listed on several sites and local. highest bid at the end of auction ( 7 days) buys the vehicle and/or I reserve the right to sell outright  early if an offer is excepted.

On Apr-29-17 at 09:15:18 PDT. seller added the following information:

Please feel free to contact me at anytime and discuss

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