1949 Antique Chevrolet Coupe

  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Bel Air
  • SubModel: Bel Air
  • Type: Coupe, two door
  • Trim: base coupe 2-door
  • Year: 1949
  • Mileage: 128,250
  • VIN: 1GKE38887
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 6 cyclinder
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Transmission: Standard
  • Drive type: Standard on the column
  • Interior color: Old and dirty
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1949 Chevrolet Bel Air base coupe 2-door Description

This 1949 Chevy is ready for pick up, but buyer must coordinate a mutually convenient pick up time with my friend in Hickman, Kentucky, or pick it up from me the weekend of July 22 & 23rd or Monday, July 24th. I have a Court Order filed in September 2008 that says the 1949 Chevy Bel Air coupe passed from my father to me, at his death, earlier that year, but I have not found an official title. I do have the last insurance papers on it, for the year 1969-69, which is also the last year that I know that it was driven, and I will provide a simple "Bill of Sale" if requested, but I'm not going to go to the trouble and expense of getting an official title. I will however, cooperate as much as I reasonably can to make sure the buyer obtains what he/she needs.I don't have a key handy, but might find one and will send it. A key is not necessary as it is a push button starter as long as its on, which can pushed into position with one's finger, IF it has not rusted shut. Of course it does not have a battery and the engine would need oil for sure, and probably a whole lot more as I don't think anyone has opened the hood in ten years or more. All that said, it has most of it's parts and glass, and it has not been vandalized, -- so far. I (the seller) drove this car some until 1969. After that I moved 1,800 miles away and my mother passed away, so it was not needed as my father had several other vehicles, including farm trucks, so he didn't want to pay for the insurance and registration. It is old and has not had regular oil changes since the late 60's, nor updated batteries or anything like that. So I'm sure that time has taken it's toll. On a more positive note, it belongs to the bygone, post war era of the early 1950's, and with a lot of TLC could be restored.