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PostPosted: Wed Jun 22, 2016 1:06 am 

Joined: Mon Aug 09, 2010 7:37 pm
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Hi everyone,

I am looking for a new home for my partially disassembled 1950 S14 Custom sedan (FluidDrive) and am open to offers. As of now it is a rolling/steering project ready to load on a flat bed. I have every single part that was removed from the car including those that were replaced. I also have lots of NOS parts for it that I’ve collected over the years, including a full set of NOS fenders.
The car is located and can be viewed in Belmont, CA. If interested – contact me at

The car was purchased by me in Santa Rosa, CA in 2000 from a former club member who previously purchased it from the original owner in Los Angeles. I believe that this car came from the LA plant, spent all its life in California and is absolutely rust free. It was painted over once in 1975 and was 100% original otherwise.
Some years ago I’ve started restoration and here is what’s been done up to date (all the work been done by me in a two-car garage):
- front clip, fenders, engine, transmission, suspension, rear axle removed;
- frame dropped from underneath the body and completely dissembled;
- frame and underside of the body were stripped, cleaned and painted with Eastwood’s Rust Encapsulator and Extreme Chassis Black;
- frame reassembled and reunited with the body;
- suspension and rear axle reinstalled;
- brakes refilled with a DOT 5 fluid.

Every single bearing, cup, and seal was replaced with NOS part. Every single part used in the reassembly was either NOS or a rebuilt with the exception of:
- new frame to body mount cushions from SteeleRubber;
- new model correct coil and leaf springs from Eaton Detroit Spring;
- new stainless steel brake and fuel lines formed after originals;
- new aftermarket shocks;
- new aftermarket wheel brake cylinders.

Here are some pictures:

- Igor.

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