Hey guys I am serious about a TRADE FOR A WAGON Right now I am looking to trade for a Daily driver be it a 1937-1957 ford or chevy may be a mopar sedan or a 1955- 1964 chevy, mopar or ford station wagon let me know what you have to trade. Starting a fresh thread with photos attached of my 1935 Ford 5 Window Coupe for sale. Car is located in Clearwater, Florida. Details below: - 5 Window coupe that has usual rust in and around left 1/4 behind door (see photo) - Has all original glass with the exception of rear roll down window - Has all four fenders with spare set of front fenders that come included in sale - Will include newly purchased running boards in great condition, grill, hood, head lamps, tail lamps, and front and rear bumpers - Also includes set of front cushions (will need seat frame for cushions) and black rumble seat (covered in vinyl) - Car needs very little work to the lower rear panel (mostly dents) and has solid trunk with trunk lid/hinges. Also comes with complete rumble seat kit. - Door glass on both sides are in very good condition - Front windshield has very small crack on right side - Original radio and speaker come with sale to include original gauges in dash - Front suspension is a 1940 Mercury with hydraulic brakes and rear end in late model GM 10-bolt with TCI parallel leaf springs. - Floor is in good shape. - Flathead pictured is not included in sale, but will consider a package deal. Motor is an 8BA flathead with open transmission and driveshaft. Car is rolling and can be easily pushed onto open or enclosed trailer. Motivated seller, but not looking for a lowball offer as I'm sure you know just how hard it is to find 1935 Coupe's today. Asking $8500 obo. Thanks for looking. Ron E.