OK, it's not a C-body.... After a lot of consideration, I've decided it's time to let someone else finish this project. 1953 Chrysler Windsor, 265 flathead six, M6 fluid drive "semi automatic" trans. Here's the deal.... I bought this car quite a few years ago when I had some time on my hands and wanted an easy project. I bought this car off eBay and it turned into a much bigger project than I had time for. Things got very busy at work (good thing) and we bought another company (another good thing) and the car got put on the back burner where it's stayed for a little too long. When I retired at the start of 2016, I figured on finishing the car. That was the plan..... My spine has other plans and finishing this car wasn't one it wants me to do. I've lost interest too... I won't lie. With the new Barracuda competing for space, I think I'm better off selling it rather than letting it sit any longer. On to the car.... The car was pretty solid, but it had some typical rust in the floor boards and rockers. I had the floors patched and the inner and outer rockers done by a local rod builder. The engine was rebuilt by me with machine work done by a very good local shop. New pistons, ground crank, new cam, new valves etc. The engine is in, never fired. Pertronix ignition and 12 volt Chrysler alternator added. I converted the front brakes to discs and put in new king pins and bushings. The interior was rough, I've redone the door panels and seats (although there is still one seat back I need to finish). I have a new headliner that I never installed. I went with a very tasteful gray vinyl and tweed. The paint is very good on the upper body, but the lower section will need to be done where the new rockers were put in and the dogleg section at the rear door was redone. NOS tailights and parking lights. The wiring has been redone using cloth covered vinyl wiring. NOS electrical transmission switches too. The rest of the chrome is fair and I have a spare set of the stainless trim. I also have a spare 251 engine and M6 trans for the car. I have just about everything to finish the car... and it would probably take a couple months of weekends or less to finish. The idea was to build a comfortable fifties driver that had a few newer features. If I added everything up, I'd be hitting $6k in money spent. But I know it's not worth that, especially in pieces. I want $1500 firm for the car. That's really a get it out of here price.