Monday, March 27, 2017

Auction Watch: 1962 Dodge Lancer GT

Find this 1962 Dodge Lancer GT here on eBay offered for $5,000 in Valrico, FL with 2 days to go.







 From eBay listing:



Up for sale is this 1962 Dodge Lancer GT.

This is a rare car, 1 of 14,140 made.

225 Slant Six aluminum block engine makes it rarer still!

Pushbutton automatic transmission.

New shocks, starter, alternator, battery, battery tray, battery cables, spark plugs, wires, distributor cap, coil, transmission filter, rebuilt carburetor, floor pans, carpets, headliner, and Bluetooth stereo.

Has all trim pieces, except rocker panel chrome.

The good: Engine starts and runs. Car drives. Clear Florida Title. Factory lightweight car (2560 lbs). Rare car. Definite head-turner!

The bad: Floor pans need to be welded in (but are serviceable as they are). Headliner needs to be installed. Electricals and brakes need to be gone through. needs front wheel lugs replaced. Paint is amateur paint job. Door panel interiors need reupholstering. Dash panel cover and pushbuttons needs reinstallation. There has been some metalwork on the rear quarters by the previous owner. There has been some filler used on the front of the hood. and on the passenger fender near the antenna. I have removed the heater core, but it will come with the car along with any other spare parts I have for it.

Potential buyers are encouraged to inspect the vehicle prior to purchase.

The winning bidder must submit a non-refundable deposit of $500.00 via Paypal within 48 hours of purchase. The winning bidder must pick up the vehicle within 14 days of the end of the auction, or the vehicle will be re-listed and the deposit forfeited. Full payment will be required in cash before the vehicle and paperwork is released. Returns will not be accepted for this item.

This is the final time that the vehicle will be offered on Ebay After this, I'll just keep it and finish the restoration.






3 comments:

  1. As a slant six nut who is just one state over, if I had $5000 to spare, I'd be doing a fly and drive right now.

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  2. That 225 engine was bullet proof. You can hot rod up that engine. Cams, manifolds and 4 barrel carbs for it are still available. Great place to start the hot rod hobby.

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