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1952 Crosley Pick-up, Fully Restored, Gorgeous! Tour or Show!

$19,800

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This is a very nice example that is sure to help make its new caretaker many happy memories!

THE ESSENTIALS

This is a terrific find.  A Crosley pick-up truck that was restored by one of the top Crosley specialists in the US.  It was fully restored in about 2009 in Florida and can be used for touring and show.

It still retains most all the original features and has the added benefits of seat belts being installed and a very cool exhaust system that reminds us of semi-trucks!

The restoration quality overall is very consistent and likely about the quality as the Crosley’s were when new.  It shows several years of age but is still a fabulous car ready for showing with a slight amount of detailing.  The interior is very nice with red vinyl that matches well the red livery.

A very rare option on this Crosley is roll-up windows.  This is a deluxe feature and much better than the sliding windows that would otherwise be available.

This is a terrific opportunity to own a fully restored and tour ready (well at least in-town tours) Crosley pick-up.  For more information please call Harry at 602.245.7200 or email us at harry@classicpromenade.com.

1952 Crosley Pick-up, Fully Restored, Gorgeous! Tour or Show!

$19,800

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1952 Crosley Pick-up, Fully Restored, Gorgeous! Tour or Show!
1952 Crosley Pick-up, Fully Restored, Gorgeous! Tour or Show!

$19,800

PRIVATE SALE STATUS
SELLER
VIEWS 33

Crosley

Interesting Fact: Crosley was an American manufacturer that was in business from 1939 to 1952. Originally named the Crosley Corporation, the biggest reason this firm closed was because of the onset of World War II. After the war, production as hard to continue and the entire manufacturer closed down.   A man named Powel Crosley…
Interesting Fact: Crosley was an American manufacturer that was in business from 1939 to 1952. Originally named the Crosley Corporation, the biggest reason this firm closed was because of the onset of World War II. After the war, production as hard to continue and the entire manufacturer closed down.   A man named Powel Crosley Jr. became wealthy by becoming the largest manufacturer of radios in the world. He eventually desired to go into the automobile business and introduced his first Crosley car in 1939. Most, if not all, Crosley vehicles were produced on an 80-inch wheelbase with leaf-springs. Early production on these vehicles only saw a couple thousand be produced and even less in future years.    During the war itself, Crosley cars grew in popularity due to the cars fuel efficiency, but sales peaked shortly after the war, especially when the Big Three automakers introduced new models of their cars that Crosley simply couldn’t compete with. Due to this, among other factors, Crosley went out of business. Despite this, Crosley cars are popular today and considered to be some of the best collectors’ items!  

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