I am a retired bodyman, 76 years old and have been restoring cars as a hobby since retirement.
I live in a remote desert area and have had little success finding buyers for my cars. The maintenance alone on these cars has become more than I want to do. All three of my cars are up and ready to go. All are finished cars.
1. 1948 Buick Roadmaster 2 dr. Sedanette Custom. Aluminum head SBC engine 350 trans 10 bolt rear. Camaro front clip. Vintage air/heat, Dakota Digital cruise, Ididit column with Lecarra leather wheel, Sony 10 disc, nice pleather interior and good paint with ghosty flames. Great driver and several Best of Show awards. $26,500 20+ MPG.
2. 1951 Ford Victoria, flathead V8, Fordomatic trans, new vinyl pleated interior, fresh paint and almost all new mechanicals. Good driver...$25,000
3. 1956 Ford F100 PK. Late model 5.4 Triton power with 5-speed manual o/d trans. 9" rear with Detroit locker and 3.25 gears. Vintage air and heat, nice vinyl tuck and roll interior, Sony, Ididit, real '40 Ford steering wheel, cruise control, tilt hood, new oak bed, and Newport electric wipers. Very nice truck and it does 22+ MPG too. $22,500.
Would like to trade these cars for one really great Kustom or Hotrod, will trade up or down...what do you have?
Located in south central Hi-desert of New Mexico.

Can't seem to deal with the process of attaching pics so if any interest in more info or pics email me at: dingmanjk@gmail.com