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Author Topic: 1941 Chev - body by Holden  (Read 1466 times)
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« on: August 05, 2017, 09:42:05 AM »

been in a shed for many years but kept in great condition by the elderly owner who has recently passed away.
I'm helping to sell the car for the son of the original owner.
Body is exceptionally good. I could find no rust or dents at all. The old chap was a panel beater by trade.
Interior trim has been dismantled but should be easily put back together. Headliner, B and C pillar trims and visors look to be all there on the back seat along with screws etc.
Stainless trim is faultless.
4 door sedan body no 63. According to "History of Holden" there were only a few hundred of these made.

Asking $15000. Located in Preston Victoria
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