I’m selling a 1925 Chevrolet Tourer.
A quick description of the above antique car can be found below.
i) It is 86 years old (as of the year 2011)
ii) Built from the ground up, and comes with a short engine and gearboxes for spares
iii) It has 4 cylinders with about 25HP
iv) It has clocked up to 5,000 miles of mileage since it’s rebuilt (in 2002 – 2003)
v) Max speed can go up to 40-45 mph, with 3 forward gears and a reverse gear
Other information with regards to the car is simply,
i) It is registered with a vintage car club (in Western Australia), and has a day license
ii) Won the best restoration award in 2008 (with a local vintage car club in Western Australia)
More information will be revealed to those who are serious in such an antique car
(i.e. full set of hard print photos from the ground up, etc).
Interested parties, please be inform of the following,
a) I’m looking to sell it at $27,000 AUD (Australian Dollars) based on it’s worth.
b) It can be shipped in a cargo, and the port of disembarkation will be from Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia
Should you have any inquiries, kindly contact me at the following avenue,
phone: +65 9826 6755
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