11 Car Collection For Sale In North Carolina

11 Car Collection

It looks like someone has decided to get rid of their entire collection of old cars and trucks. The vehicles come from a wide variety of manufacturers, with five Fords, two Buicks, a GMC, a Chevrolet, an International, and an Opel. Pricing is all over the board, although I have to give the seller credit for putting prices on all the cars. The Buick is a 1955, said to run and drive with power steering, power windows and power seats for $7,200. Prices on the rest range from $1,000 to $3,800. I particularly like the yellow 1950 Ford 4-door for $3,200 and the 1964 International pickup for $3,400. All vehicles have clean North Carolina titles. You can find the advertisement here on craigslist. Which one would you like to drag home?

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Comments

  1. randy

    That man has a lifetime supply of “Patina”! I’d pick up a Ford truck or two if he were closer to Ok.

  2. Rich

    That Opel GT would be tempting at $500.00, definitely not at 1k though.

    • randy

      That would be a cheap parts car though, if it’s all there. The ’71 SWB Ford is a steal.

  3. Robert B

    I’d like the International pickup, but that price seems a little high.

  4. blindmarc

    I’m with randy, the 71′ F100 short bed is my choice.

  5. EmmyJ

    How can you only manage to get the whole car in the frame twice in ten tries?

  6. jim s

    i would take the IH because it has a manual trans. but not at that price.

  7. Cassidy

    I like the ’50 Ford, but with no information about it or any of the others, its not worth the drive from Calif. Not sure what to think about the pantina’d Opel… Can we get a peek inside?

  8. Gary

    I like the ’55 Buick Roadmaster, this looks to be a series 70 model and the Riv hardtop. Books out a #1 close to $72k according to OCPG fall of ’13. A #5 is listed at $8640
    I would need a lot more pictures and know the history of this but for the asking price it would be a good choice to look over, and if the rust is minimal it might work out as a good buy.?

  9. GreaserMatt

    Dibs on the ’50 ford! LOL j/k : )

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