1930 USA Chev Sedan - looking for a new home and some TLC
Found this on eBay,
Would make a great restoration project, or with new upholstery would make a good "roughy"
I think you know what I would do.
.............Anyway the description is
It is very unusual to find a 1930 Chevrolet that has not been modified and remains intact. This is an ideal car to restore, to hot rod, to rat rod or to buy and donate for a tax deduction to a museum or other non-profit. Please tell your Chevy friends about this rare car. I have it advertised locally and am willing to do trades and cash so the auction may close early. Memorial Day is the best time to buy a classic Chevy.
The wood is fairly good on this sedan and it is mostly complete right down to the roller shades on the rear and rear-side windows. The artillery wheels came from a 1935 Chevrolet. The photos tell the tale. I found this car in a storage unit that was literally owned by a Grandpa. It was stored inside for most of it’s life, a true barn find special. I put in a new gas tank, cleaned out the fuel lines, cleaned up the fuel pump, added a filter and put the correct carb on it. It has new plugs, points, wires, cap and condenser. Before starting it, I pulled the oil pan and cleaned it well, replacing the pan gasket with a new cork seal. All of the glass is good besides the windshield. Brakes work including the parking brake. The clutch and tranny are great. Tires and tubes are only a few years old.
Condition unknown on the generator and water pump. Radiator leaks. Hence it runs and drives but does not currently charge and cool itself. I have some spare parts that are included with the car. It is located in zip code 84062. Pick-up or delivery can be arranged and if you want me to haul it I am always up for a road trip.