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1951 Kaiser Deluxe.
1951 Kaiser Deluxe
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Address: Sioux Falls, SD Mileage: 51,300
Exterior Color: TWO-TONE BLUE Interior Color: MED. BLUE
Transmission: Manual
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1951 Kaiser ''Deluxe'' 2 Dr. Sedan restoration....some what ''rare'' ( just 11,000 built in ''51'' ) From immediately after World War II through 1955 the Kaiser-Fraizer Motor Company made some of the most stylish and innovative motor cars in America beating the 'big three' to the punch with all new designs. Here we have a pristine example of their work in the form of a Kaiser Deluxe 2-door sedan featuring it's original inline 6-cylinder L-head engine (recently serviced) backed by a smooth-shifting 3-speed manual transmission (with newer clutch) . The original rust-free bodywork is finished in eye-catching correct and fresh 2-tone blue that highlights this unique car's great body styling which is complimented by copious bright work. The new interior welcomes the operator and passengers alike with complimenting blue tweed cloth from seats to door panels and headliner.Equipped with factory am radio, fac. clock, wide white tires, shop manual and more !! This car starts, runs, drives, stops and handles as you should expect from this era car restored to original specs. Sale @ $18,500.00 Contact: Chris Quinn @ for more details on this exquisite motorcar !! Model history - The 1951 Kaiser Deluxe was the top-line series in Kaiser's all-new second-generation lineup. A daring and successful styling departure for its day, it featured the lowest belt line and greatest glass area in the industry -- a distinction it would retain until Virgil Exner's 1957 Chrysler products appeared. The 1951 Kaiser Deluxe was designed largely by Howard ''Dutch'' Darrin, assisted by Duncan McRae, with detail trim applied by Herb Weissinger. The wheelbase was shortened five inches, and the unique Traveler utility sedan/wagon model was continued, bolstered by a two-door running mate. Specifications of the 1951 Kaiser Deluxe: Wheelbase, inches: 118.5 Length, inches: 210.4 Weight, pounds: 3,111-3,345 Price, new: $2,275-2,433 (U.S.) Price: $18,500
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