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1957 DeSoto Firedome factory original survivor
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Viper Guy
Posted 2020-09-13 10:15 AM (#603153)
Subject: 1957 DeSoto Firedome factory original survivor



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1957 DeSoto Firedome 4 door sedan factory original survivor. Everything is as it came from the factory including paint and interior.
Clear plastic seat covers were dealer installed when new. Jack assembly and spare tire are missing but the spare tire cover isn’t!
It retains the factory DESOTO trunk mat as well. Super solid southern car with no rust or repair. Odometer shows 37000 miles
but not confirmed actual. Contact Doug for all details (479) 530-5852. Asking $10,999.00

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mikes2nd
Posted 2020-09-13 1:21 PM (#603160 - in reply to #603153)
Subject: Re: 1957 DeSoto Firedome factory original survivor


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thats just mean taking a nice hemi Desoto to a Studebaker show...
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Viper Guy
Posted 2020-09-13 1:52 PM (#603164 - in reply to #603160)
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mikes2nd - 2020-09-13 12:21 PM

thats just mean taking a nice hemi Desoto to a Studebaker show...


Not really - it was a great show open to all "orphan" cars 1985 and earlier sponsored by the Ozark Mountain Studebaker/Packard club.
Thank goodness we still have active car clubs featuring cars of the past that have a meaningful history in the auto industry.
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60 dart
Posted 2020-09-13 5:16 PM (#603170 - in reply to #603153)
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nice car for a fair price -------------------------------------------------later
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frwl
Posted 2020-09-19 4:19 PM (#603348 - in reply to #603153)
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It has PS and PB, but no radio and clock… it’s weird…
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Suddenlyits1960!
Posted 2020-09-19 8:50 PM (#603360 - in reply to #603348)
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Boy! What a beautiful DeSoto. I love the interior and exterior colors of this car and it appears to be in excellent condition. Too bad nothing like that surfaces out here
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22mafeja
Posted 2020-09-20 3:09 AM (#603369 - in reply to #603348)
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And it seems to have dashpad delete....shouldn`t dashpad be standard on Firedome?
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Suddenlyits1960!
Posted 2020-09-20 2:18 PM (#603379 - in reply to #603348)
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frwl - 2020-09-19 4:19 PM

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It has PS and PB, but no radio and clock… it’s weird…


Maybe he hated music and was retired.
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Suddenlyits1960!
Posted 2020-09-20 2:22 PM (#603380 - in reply to #603153)
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I wonder what the 3-3-2 on the valve covers means? It can’t be the firing order since there would only be one number 3 cylinder.
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