* 226 C.I. / 110 H.P. L-Head 6 cylinder engine
* 3-speed manual transmission with overdrive
* Genuine leather interior
* Radio, clock, & heater
* Fog lights
* Vinyl top
* Front & rear bumper guards
* Front & rear seat fold down center armrests
* Driver & passenger side spotlights
* Wide White Wall Goodyear bias ply tires
* Fender skirts
New arrival 5-24-17
Very rare 1949 Kaiser Virginian 4-Dr. Hardtop-
Exterior paint presented in Indian Ceramic (Salmon) / Black vinyl roof complemented by a Black leather interior.
Here is another orphan car from our collection that you rarely see come up on the market for sale. Kaiser manufactured and marketed the first production hardtop they named the Virginian, a 4-dr. hardtop having a steel roof simulating a convertible permanantly welded to a production convertible body. Only 935 Virginians were believed to be built in 1949. The $3,000 list price iin 1949 was quite an expensive production model for the day.
The restoration shop that services our collection just went through the car & refurbished her with new paint, a new padded vinyl top, had the front & rear bumpers replated, did a complete brake overhaul, fuel system service, new 8 volt battery, complete new exhaust system replacement, & added a new set of Goodyear wide white wall bias ply tires, new carpet & engine bay detail. The premium leather seat interior shows beautiful & had been recently replaced by the previous owner.
The current NADA Classic Car Guides values this car @ $17,400 in average retail condition & @ $34,100 in high retail condition. We feel that the condition of this car falls somewhere in between these figures making this one priced very realistically @ just $18,900 when you take into consideration all the work that was just recently completed. Please call Stuart @ 912-634-4949 for complete information.
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