1951 Dodge Wayfarer Sedan Rat Rod or Restore, Good Original Condition No Rot!

1951 Dodge Other

Technical specifications of Dodge Other 1951

Price: -
Item location: Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania, United States
Make: Dodge
Model: Other
Type: Sedan
Trim: Sedan
Year: 1951
Mileage: 64,500
VIN: 37145181
Color: Bronze
Fuel: Leaded Gasoline
Transmission: Fluid Drive 3- Speed
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White and Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
You are interested? Contact the seller!

Car description

1951 Dodge Wayfarer Sedan. Approx. 64-65K In Good Shape. 3 speed on the column with a working fluid drive transmission. Good running flat head 6cyl. manual steering and brakes. Has all original chrome and trim in tact. Interior is ok. seats were re-done at one time and in good shape. door panels are good. headliner needs some tlc. Over all the car is a good driver or rat rod. No rot on any of the body panels. Floors could use a few patches as well in the trunk. These are a rare car and not may at all around anymore. They were only make for 3 years and the sedan was the only one that was made all three years. Ton of potential with this car or just drive it while you work on it. Great start to a project or to just have a cool Lead Sled. $6000 cash no checks or tradesHistory of the 1949-1952 Dodge WayfarerDodge finally broke from its Special and Special DeLuxe names in 1949. introducing its first post-war design. The entry-level model was the Wayfarer. which was lower and wider that the previous model. The car was apowered by a 103-hp. 230-cid flathead six-cylinder engine that was paired with either a three speed manual or a Gyro-Matic fluid-drive. semi-automatic transmission. The Wayfarer was offered as either a two-door business coupe. a two-door sedan. or a roadster—the least expensive full-size American droptop available at the time. priced at $1. 00. For 1950 the Dodge Wayfarer. along with the rest of the marque’s models. gained a bolder. completely new grille. The 1951 and 1952 models saw very little change due to the company focusing resources on Korean War work. though the grille was lowered and simplified slightly. and some trim changed. Most notably. the convertible Wayfarer was removed from the catalog for the 1952 model year. leaving the Coronet as the only convertible Dodge. The 1952 model year also marked the last year for the Wayfarer. Dodge Wayfarers are quite rare today. mostly because they were ultra-affordable and basic transportation when new and were put to steady work from the outset. The remaining models. if found in good condition. are actually quite charismatic in the context of today’s roads. On Jan-29-15 at 15:21:14 PST. seller added the following information: RESERVE HAS BEEN LOWERED!

More classic cars for sale