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Saw these 3 for sale not far from home, a 41 custom, a 50 and a 57. All rough, but lots of style!

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How much for them? I think the middle one is pretty sweet

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They're buildable . I saw a lot of very desirable parts on them too.............

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That custom actually has a pretty cool look to it.

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I didn't look at the prices, not even sure that was listed. Had phone # s tho. I can get them if you want.

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Paging Chuck Most, paging Mr. Chuck Most, please see this post for some ideas!

Nice find Lee, those all look to be in decent enough shape that someone is bound to buy them and restore/hot rod them.

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What about the Red lights in the grill of the 54??

Could that have been a Police Chief's cruiser?

or was it a Volunteer Firefighters car??

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What about the Red lights in the grill of the 54??

Could that have been a Police Chief's cruiser?

or was it a Volunteer Firefighters car??

Same here Dan!

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The 1950 CpeDeVille looks like a very good builder, or drive as is. The others have some good things going for them, but you will need very deep pockets.

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What about the Red lights in the grill of the 54??

Could that have been a Police Chief's cruiser?

or was it a Volunteer Firefighters car??

With the pinstripes and rub through on the hood and deck lid I would say it was old school / traditional ride.

The lights were added later in life after is what I think . Still a cool ride just the way it is .

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I know I have my modern is better reputation, but I'd happily take and love every minute of driving that '50.

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The 57 would make a super sweet rat rod! :D

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