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(2462) 200 Deluxe Touring Sedan - Marston
Model Information
YEAR: 1951
SERIES: 24th
MODEL NAME: 200 Deluxe Touring Sedan
MODEL NUMBER: 2462
VIN NUMBER:
General Information
FOUND WHERE: Iowa
FOUND CONDITION: Excellent
CURRENT LOCATION: Simi Valley
CURRENT CONDITION: Good
PLANNED USE: Daily Driver
Interior Information
INTERIOR CODE: 63?
INTERIOR DESCRIPTION: Head liner, door panels, and the back of the front seat are original. The seats, front and back, appear to have been replaced with a blue and light gray scheme.
Exterior Information
PAINT CODE: X?
PAINT NAME:
EXTERIOR DESCRIPTION: Paint is pretty good overall. It was repainted some time in the past. There are several scratches and small dings. The chrome and stainless steel is in very good contition.
Drivetrain Information
ENGINE: 288 8 cyl
ENGINE SERIAL:
TRANSMISSION: Ultramatic
Other Information
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT: Whitewall tires, Heater and defroster, Radio, Rear fender shroucis, Cloisonne wheel hub shell covers, Pelican hood ornament, Robe cord, Two-tone finish, Exhaust deflector.
VEHICLE HISTORY/
PROJECT STATUS:
we are the third family to own the car. The original owner past away several years after he bought it in 1951.  He left it to his son.  Eventually the original owners grandson ended up with the car.  The grandson sold it to the person we bought it from.  It spent it's life in Iowa until we purchased it.

At this time we are not sure what we will be doing or for the car.  However, we'll be using it as a daily driver.  The wife calls her 'Little Sister' in reference to the '32 which I'm restoring.  She calls the '32 'Big Sister'.



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Modification Detail:
The mechanical fuel pump has been replaced with an electric pump.
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