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Old 09-19-2019, 10:43 AM   #1
HarveyWallbanger
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Default 1941 Tudor Project, Roller, Donor, You-name-it

City: Greeley
State: Pennsylvania
Price: 1500

1941 Ford Tudor project car, donor, or parts.

I'm listing this for the owner who is NOW convinced that this car is too far gone for us to restore. I'm listing this, and LOTS of parts to help the owner recoup some of his money.

Six cylinder turns over, and runs on a gas can supposedly.
Radiator holds water.
Really, it's solid foundation for a nostalgia stock car or a donor for another '41-'48 Ford.

If you are planning on paying someone to restore your vehicle, it would be cheaper to start with a different one. If you are working on a car that could use mechanicals, latches, trim, garnish moldings, suspension, or more, then this is a fair price for everything available.

I'm not against parting it out. Call me with your needs, and I'll try to help however I can, however, one buyer would need to buy quite a bit of parts so I'm not stuck with a shell that won't move.
Good roof $200
Hood $125
Fenders $25
Window regulators $50 each
Entire doors or skins $75 each
Garnish moldings $30 each, (does not have '41-only the rear window)
Rear window can be cut out for a chopped car $75
Windshield and surround $75
Cowl, cut wherever you want $200
Exterior handles $30 each
Latches
Glass
Seat springs
Solid floor from front foot area to front edge of trunk
Lots of body skin for patches
Other misc. mechanicals
Chassis

The dashboard and driver compartment are pretty nice, and I'm considering hanging on to them for a while in case a hot rod comes up that needs something like that.
But, it is complete, steering wheel is in presentable shape, column is real nice, dash has amateur restoration work, and the plastic horizontal trim has a crack under the gauge cluster.

Make an offer or schedule an appointment to see it by calling Mark at 570-685-2680.
Nostalgic Restorations
244 Route 590
Greeley, PA 18425

Check out my other listings for parts for old Fords, as well as new and lightly used modern car parts.

Everything is negotiable, so stop by or call and we'll talk.
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