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For sale: Turnkey '50 CD station wagon in Pomona CA.

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  • LouRugani
    Sellers description: 1950 Crosley Wagon. Complete restoration from top to bottom. Very rare and could be one of a kind in this condition. Red exterior, Tan
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 22, 2010
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      Sellers' description: "1950 Crosley Wagon. Complete restoration from top to bottom. Very rare and could be one of a kind in this condition. Red exterior, Tan interior. Original Semielliptic- coil-spring front suspension/quarter-elliptic-spring rear suspension. The Crosley's greatest accomplishment was winning the Index of Performance at Sebring in 1951. Giving this micro car a racing heritage. The body serial number is located inside the engine compartment, Top dead center of the firewall. (Serial Numbers start with "CD") Serial Numbers by Model Year 1949 CD-100001 to CD-108628 1950 CD-200001 to CD-206685 1951 CD-300001 to CD-306958 CD300531 THIS IS THE VIN OF OURS 1952 CD-400001 and up. A full model line was offered with sedan, station wagon, convertible and pickup. The 51 and 52 models are impossible to tell apart without a look at the serial numbers. By this time Crosley was making a few running changes but no significant visual changes were made. Super script on side of (Super models). Deluxe models had nothing on the side. Crosley Bird hood ornament and fender ornaments used on Super models in 1951 and 52. The Deluxe model just used the plain hood ornament like the 49-50. Propeller was officially only on Super models but shows up on Deluxe models also. The single side opening door was an option on wagons from early 1949 on. Insert panels on tail gate and rear side are either painted body color or a wood grain or basket weave decal was used. No factory information shows painting these inserts a contrasting color was an option, but it seems like a natural option from either the factory or the dealer to set off the paint job. Certainly many were painted by their owners over the years. The notch in center of the pebble shield is to remove the bolt that holds the spare tire under the rear section. This style is used on all CD models. $18,900 obo- Trades Welcome! 1(888)335-4467 Call American Classic Cars For more details."
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