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1954 PLymouth Savoy 4-door

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Not that it matters anymore,  however biding ended at $2.125 last night on ebay ( with starting bid $2,000)

Did I sell it too cheap?

1954 Plymouth Savoy 4 Door Sedan VIN# 13742540

More Images and video on Google Photos/Youtube....
Original 6V electrical system with 6V battery. 
78508 miles | Car runs and drives fine | 3 speed Manual Transmission 
I have keys and title. 
This is a solid car with minimal rust.  Interior is very clean.  Garage kept over the years 
Did a lot of work over the years...
Two new valves / new champion radiator / new water pump / new spark plugs + wires / 
New belts and hoses / new electric fuel pump / 
I kept all the original parts.  I have more parts than seen in the photos (missing moldings etc)
Inspections are welcome. 


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Well, what's done is done. If you had posted on say Craigslist or one of the Facebook vintage Mopar pages, I feel you might have gotten a higher selling price closer to $3k because the Plymouth lines look straight, it's running and you have all the trim pieces to go with it. But, if you did try selling it and no takers and needed to sell it to make room for another project, no place to store it etc., then the winning bid price put money in your pocket and allows the new owner to have a nice project to work with, Figure at least another $6k needed for having it painted, interior redone and minor rust repair.

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