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2692 [ 2601 ] Clipper Touring Sedan

Model Information
YEAR:
1953
SERIES:
26th
MODEL BODY:
2692
MODEL CHASSIS:
2601
MODEL NAME:
Clipper Touring Sedan
VIN NUMBER:
*MISSING*
THEFT NUMBER:
*MISSING*
BRIGGS/OTHER NUM:
*MISSING*
General Information
STATUS:
Current Owner
STATUS DATE:
ACQUIRED WHERE:
Lorain, OH
ACQUIRED DATE:
ACQUIRED CONDITION:
Average
OWNER:
Lex
OWNED LOCATION:
Detroit, MI
OWNED CONDITION:
Good
ORG DEALERSHIP:
DELIVERED DATE:
Interior Information Exterior Information
INTERIOR CODE:
PAINT CODE:
PAINT NAME:
INTERIOR DESCRIPTION:
EXTERIOR DESCRIPTION:
Drivetrain Information
ENGINE:
288 (8 cyl, 150 hp)
ENGINE SERIAL:
446010
TRANSMISSION:
3-Speed Manual
Other Information
OPTIONAL EQUIPTMENT:
Radio
VEHICLE HISTORY/
PROJECT STATUS:
Purchased from a father-son pair who ran an auto repair sho
for several decades. Haven't verified this, but the seller said it was originally from Texas, then made its way to New Jersey, and was finally shipped to Ohio, where they took ownership. So I suspect I'm the 4th owner.



Found running and largely solid, but with some significant problems. Driver's and front passenger's floor boards are rusted through. Original fuel tank, while complete, has a huge hole cut in it courtesy of a transportation company that "needed to make sure" there was no fuel in the car. Guess they missed the factory drain plug. Ran off a 5-gallon tank tucked in the engine bay, drove fine, and felt solid. Body and frame are in good shape, with largely cosmetic rust and all trim present and in good condition.





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