View Full Version : '55 Patrician and '64 Daytona on CL--not mine

10-07-2013, 06:37 PM
Take a Studegander:


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10-07-2013, 09:43 PM
The Daytona is this Car;

Quite unusual to have a straight 3 Speed in a Daytona Hardtop.

10-07-2013, 09:50 PM
Man, I want that Daytona. As long as the thing wasn't run without oil, a leaky oil pan isn't the worst thing that's ever happened. My mom had a Plymouth that cracked the oil pan on a chunk of ice during the winter. Pop off the motor mounts, raise the engine a couple inches, and about 10 minutes later you're ready to put it all back together. (Of course, if the engine was run dry, all bets are off, even if it's still operable right now!)

10-08-2013, 12:44 PM
e-mailed about Daytona. Said it sold this morning! I was drooling over the 63 Avanti on e-bay, Black, red interior and than this lark came up . Avanti is way out of my price range (but worth it ) and the Lark was in my range and a 64 2dr. hardtop is my 2nd choice after a 53 hard top . it was even in the east! better luck next time !