I have purchased a 1963 4 door cadillac that was stored since 1974.

Its a minnesota car but not that bad. the quarter panels are still good,3 of 4 doors are good. the dash is mint.

the front end is complete, but the right end cap lower is shot. left is fixable. 

its a blue car with blue interior, which is in pretty good shape. 

I will tell you that the boomerang pieces and the hood is already gone to my project car. 


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you can email me direct at 38bmod@gmail.com

by end of november it may go to the crusher

its going to be gone sooner than that. 

Walt, If you were closer I would be interested. I would suggest trying to find someone near by that could either dismantle the car and put parts up in dry storage (as I do with my parts cars), or stick it under a shelter somewhere and pick parts off as needed. There is eventually a demand for almost everything usable off these cars but it doesn't occur within 1 month. I like to repeat the fact an old car like this breaks down to about 5000 parts and I probably still have 2000 parts from that 1st parts car I brought in back in March 1997 ... and am very comfortable with that fact since I am in it for the long haul. If you just post a car on Oct and say it is going to the crusher in Nov, you may move a few very high demand parts... and that is if you are lucky.  Just relaying my experience.

I pushed it into my grove of trees for now. I'll get pictures of it an post.

Some pictures of the car might help you move some parts off of it.

Where are you located ?

How many miles on the car ?




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