Here is an example of American steel that seemingly went overlooked like most of its contemporaries. Not useful at the stoplight and obsolete in every way, this car was likely left somewhere decades ago and eventually forgotten. It is pretty easy to see why this imposing car was spared the crusher, though. It has character in spades not even time and the elements have destroyed its majestic shape.
Big 1950s cars in similar condition are not difficult to find. What sets this one apart is its drivability. Barn finds that look like this usually have locked-up engines and deteriorated rubber pieces, but the seller claims that this one runs great.
We are happy to see that this car retains its original driveline and has only minor modifications to include lowering and some pinstripes. This not a rat rod, restomod, restoration or hot rod. It is more of a snapshot of a car in a rather advanced state of decay. While it is not terribly useful anymore, it is fascinating in a way similar to the industrial ruins of Detroit. It is aging and mortal, yet still alive and beautiful.
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