YouTube link: http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=3KZ3a5GmH0w
Sadly I must sell my 1952 Crosley Super Sport. Vehicle Id# VC40172.
It seems everyone is selling something they love and cherish to make
money these days, but these are the things we have to do to survive.
I bought this car in 1994 from a man in West Virginia I believe it
was, we have had it ever since and it has always been stored inside a
garage since . The man I bought it from said something about it being
in a museum before he bought it, but I dont know which one, and have
never tried to prove it. It was driven every summer for around 250
miles each year except for the last three years, We have only had it
out for a very short drive of around 20 miles. Currently the odometer
reads 13038, as far as I know that is a correct reading. The car is
in good shape and worth restoring. Starts and runs fantastically. I
am posting three videos on Youtube you can watch , just simply go to
Youtube, then type Smilingsally Crosley (exactly as it appears here ,
Smilingsally one word.) in the search , it should pop up for you in a
sec. Or, if you like you may email me , and I can send you the link
for the site.
I am unsure of any body work that may have been done on the car
before I bought it. It is just as I bought it in 1994, we did no work
on the body what so ever since we bought it. I did put in some car
carpeting to cover the bare metal floor, but it is only stuck down
here and there with a little squirt of silicone caulking that will
remove with no trouble Im sure. The floor is solid and has no give to
it, there is one scratch around 6 inches long ( as seen in the
photos ) on the drivers side front fender ( was there when I bought
it ) but im sure it could be fixed with no problem. There is a little
rust i will put a picture of just under the door. You can't see it
when the door is closed, only when it is open, Im sure with some
cleaning and repair it could be fixed with not much effort. After
all , it is 56 years old you have to expect something of the kind.
The Car has a covertable top, I am unsure if it is original or not.
also when we first bought it , we took the gas tank to a ' tank
renew ' place and had it done. It is the tank that came with the car
( well at least since weve had it )