Historic Custom Cars for Sale

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05.28.2020 - 1952 Sport Custom. Built on a 1940 Ford. All steel. Powered by a Ford 289 engine with a 3-speed. Runs and drives great. Originally built in 1952. Located in Lakeville, Massachusetts, the car was advertised for sale on Craigslist in May of 2020. The asking price was US $20,000. Click here to check out the Craigslist ad.
05.25.2020 - Bill Carr's 1955 Chevrolet - The Aztec. Your chance to own an important piece of custom history. A custom since brand new, current caretaker Barry Mazza refers to the old custom as "The Greatest Barris Kustom of All." The car has an impressive resume that includes 17 magazine covers and 45 inside articles. Barry is asking US $300,000 for the historic Aztec. Click here to check out the ad.
04.09.2020 - Tom Renzulli's 1940 Mercury Convertible. Tom's Mercury was supposedly built from the remains of Johnny Zaro's 1940 Mercury Coupe, an early Barris Kustom originally completed in 1948. In April of 2020, the Renzulli Mercury was advertised for sale at EstateSales.org. Located in Escondido, California it was listed as an online auction with a US $1,000 starting bid. The auction ends on April 18, 8:30 AM. Click here to check out the auction listing at EstateSales.org.
03.27.2020 - Frank De Rosa's 1951 Mercury Sedan. Known as the "Mercury 4," the car was advertised for sale on eBay in March of 2020. Located in Palm Springs, California, the old custom was listed without a reserve. The auction ended March 27. By then it had received 49 bids, and it sold for US $29,000.Click here to check out the auction listing.
03.25.20200 - 1938 Ford Convertible Custom. Old build supposedly restyled in California in 1948. Chopped 3" with an original Carson Top. Paint and interior upgrade in the mid 1980s. Located in Tucson, Arizona, the car was advertised for sale on Hemmings in March of 2020. The asking price was US $68,000.Click here to check out the listing on Hemmings.com.
03.20.2020 - 1936 Ford 3-Window Deluxe Coupe. Located in Upland, California, this survivor was advertised for sale on eBay in March of 2020. Originally hot-rodded in the early 1950s, it was parked for an engine swap in 1961. It sat apart until 2017. 49 000 original miles. The auction ended March 24, 2020. Highest bid was US $49,850, but the reserve was not met. Click here to check out the auction listing.

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