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Airporter Limo 1956 Chrysler 8 door station wagon, not Dodge, Plymouth, Desoto

Sale price: $2,750.00 make an offer

Pending offers

Date: 2018-06-30

Daniel Lundstr?m (from Lule?) offered 3000 usd

Seller's notes: "Rough but restorable. Will run."

Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

331 Poly V8
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Airporter Limo 1956 Chrysler 8 door station wagon, not Dodge, Plymouth, Desoto for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.15) based on 750 votes

Grey Line Airporter. needs total restoration.
Will run but probably needs a clean fuel system. No brakes.

I put a little gas down the carb and it fired and showed oil pressure and battery is charging. (only ran for a few seconds twice this way as I don't know what's in the gas tank)

Car has rust. however it has been in dry storage for over twenty years.
Has regular tubeless tires and wheels for rollers. comes with the original split rims with junk tires.
VERY heavy suspension. but is simply an extended station wagon with a custom roof.
It has the original 331 Poly motor. Push button three speed auto tranny.
True mileage is unknown.

It is on the buyer to arrange shipping and should determine that this AS-IS vehicle is what you want before you bid.
I put the engine number for the VIN. The car is in a warehouse in Newberg. Oregon (97132) and the title is in a safe deposit box.

Clear title in my name. registered in Oregon as a special interest vehicle.
Might swap. might deliver for a fee.

Feel free to ask questions or send me a phone number and I will call you.

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Comments and questions to the seller:

from Daniel , dated 30 june 2018
Is this still för sale?

from Daniel DHondt, dated 08 august 2016

Do you still have this?

Please call or text 503-476-7303 (cell)

Dan Dhondt
Newberg, Oregon

from Benjamn, dated 11 august 2015
Would you trade your limo for a 1956 imperial?

from todd, dated 06 october 2014
was curious if you still had the limo? also is there posts at every door? and was curious if you could get measurements on the engine bay; front to back, side to side(narrowest suspension point) and also crossmember to bottom of hood. as I am interested in a Cummins transplant project...thankyou..

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