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1948 CROSLEY SEDAN 1948 Crosley sedan 29,000 miles, older restoration on a solid low mileage car. She runs and drives great. A fun little driver that gets lots of attention wherever it goes. Call (860)-428-1404 for details financing available
$7,750
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1948 CROSLEY CONVERTIBLE Step into the world of classic automobiles with this unique 1948 Crosley Convertible. This custom beauty sports a vibrant yellow exterior that is sure to turn heads wherever it goes. The black interior provides a striking contrast, creating cool aesthetic that is sure to impress. Under the hood, this Crosley Convertible is powered by a Chevrolet derived 2.8L V6 engine, paired with a smooth 4 Speed THM 700 automatic transmission. This S-10 sourced drivetrains ensures reliability and more power th
$14,500
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1949 CROSLEY STATION WAGON Crosley was a small, independent American Auto manufacturer of Subcompact cars starting all the way back in 1939, and was active until 1952 with the interruption of WWII, that was probably the beginning of the end. However, Crosley had a lot of firsts, not to mention a American Microcar. A couple of some ""firsts"" is that they were the first affordable, mass market car with overhead camshafts, the first term of the ""Sports-Utility"" and the first to be fitted with a 4-wheel caliper type disc b
$10,900
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1951 CROSLEY CD STATION WAGON 1951 Crosley CD Station Wagon It was a simple idea: make a small, basic car which would be cheap to operate and soon the world would be clamoring for it. Unfortunately, this was in 1939 and in the automotive world at this time, this was a weird idea. Powel Crosley, Jr., however, was a man who was used to having weird ideas and his ideas had made him a fortune. In 1939, he incorporated Crosley Motors and began assembling mini-cars in Richmond Indiana. The first Crosley was a two-door converti
$15,000
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1942 CROSLEY CB42 CONVERTIBLE CABRIOLET 1942 Crosley CB42 Convertible Cabriolet A sort of 'cart before the horse,' Powel Crosley, Jr. pioneered a low-cost radio receiver. Shortly thereafter, he founded WLW, a high-power broadcasting station in Cincinnati, Ohio, to give his radio's something to receive. He was an individual who dabbled in many different industries, including refrigeration. He created a Crosley Shelvador refrigerator with shelves in the door. T his design would become the standard for all modern fridges. In 1939, he
$15,000
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1942 CROSLEY CB42 CONVERTIBLE CABRIOLET 1942 Crosley CB42 Convertible Cabriolet Beginning in the late 1930s Crosley developed low-priced compact cars and other pint-size vehicles. The first experimental prototype of the Crosley car was the 1937 CRAD, (for Crosley Radio Auto Division), that had a 18 inches rear track. With the assistance of his brother, Lewis, a graduate engineer, Crosley also designed assembly plants for his manufacturing operations at Richmond and Marion, Indiana. Production for 1939 was 2,017 units; however, onl
$8,000
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1948 CROSLEY STATION WAGON 1948 Crosley Station Wagon It was a simple idea: make a small, basic car which would be cheap to operate and soon the world would be clamoring for it. Unfortunately, this was in 1939 and in the automotive world at this time, this was a weird idea. Powel Crosley, Jr., however, was a man who was used to having weird ideas and his ideas had made him a fortune. In 1939, he incorporated Crosley Motors and began assembling mini-cars in Richmond Indiana. The first Crosley was a two-door convertible
$39,500
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1952 CROSLEY FARM-O-ROAD 1952 Crosley Farm-O-Road The Farm-O-Road was made by Crosley, a company that most of us know for their equally-cute little cars, pickups, sports cars, station wagons, and of course their radios. The Farm-O-Road was made in 1950, 1951, and 1952 and they were somewhat similar to the Crofton Bug, the Crofton Bug was actually based on the Crosley and those vehicles came out in 1958, several years after the Crosley F-O-R was gone. Powel Crosley Jr. had already made a fortune in the auto parts bus
$39,500
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