All original condition, Body in excellent shape, all 4 original hub caps in
excellent condition included. Stored indoors protected from rain, snow and ice.
Rear suicide doors, uses a 6 volt battery, lug nuts on one side are threaded in
Has a standard transmission, BUT gear shift is on the steering column. Sometimes people
mistake the gear shift for a turn signal or wiper blades control. Gear shift design is
nothing like gear shift systems seen since WWII and DOES NOT work like any more modern
steering column gear shifts. You must learn before you attempt to drive. People who think
they can just wing-it and learn on the fly probably broke these systems in the past, which
might explain why they’re not made anymore.
IT RUNS AND DRIVES!! I Have driven it around the block and back into the garage.
Possibly a WWII Army/Air Force/Navy/Marine staff car. Car is very dark navy blue, when
not in bright sunlight people often think its black. I assume trim refers to the chrome.
Actual millage unknown at time of writing description.
The rear passenger doors open towards the front. So, if you find yourself a passenger when the driver tries to take you with them off a cliff. Should you jump, you’ll need to jump far enough to clear the doors. Or the doors may hit and grind over you, with you between doors and ground, while you go under the doors. Ouch.