Charles Merrit, McRae
1951 White Crosley Station Wagon. This car is a collectable, very rare and unique, one of only 4,205 models produced that year. It has sat in the back of a trailer for over 20 years and was only recently discovered.
This car needs work, for the serious restoration connoisseur or someone looking to make a quick buck on a flip, fully restored this 1951 Crosley Station Wagon can bring upwards of $30,000.
Rust damage, passenger side seat is in the back, ceiling liner is falling, dent down passenger side door.
Radio not included, engine is complete but missing battery. All seats included and upholstery fair condition.
All original parts to restore your new 1951 White Crosley Station Wagon can be found and purchased online at http://yankeecrosleyparts.com/.
This is being sold with a Green 1949 Crosley Sation Wagon in the same condition, $3900 for each or $7500 for the pair.