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Old 09-30-2015, 01:05 AM
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Default '57 M-M Futura In Oregon

Very solid looking coach! End-loader?? The OBO tells me that the seller is reasonable.

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Sure looks solid not even any 57 hood rust. The interior well big $$$ required.Seems like its all there even the church truck. The only draw back is 57 was not one of Cadillacs better years issues with transmission and heads. Back in the day you never sold an engine but the heads flew out of the yard.
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a decent chance to have a nice car for around 50 thousand but the bright work might polish out OK and if you R&R the interior yourself stay away from leather, you can have it made up for around 5. the if you strip off the chrome polish it your self send the car to a shop to get repainted mines the trim it will be some were between 6 and 10 grand. so if you willing to do work your self you could realistically get the car get it home and end up with a vary nice car for around 20. not counting any mechanical issues. that dash can be rebuilt but that runs around a grand. if you do it the way I did with the plastic overlay its about 200. but then just how many of these show up at a meet.
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