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Classic Used Cars For Sale In Louisville

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Powered by a 305 HO V8 engine with a Corvette 700R Automatic transmission. Viper Red exterior. Tan interior.

T-Buckets are highly modified Ford Model Ts from the years 1915-1927 predominately. Modifying cars had been going on for years to get more power and T-buckets are no different save for... See More

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Powered by a Inline 6-CYLINDER engine with a 3-Speed Manual transmission. Navy Blue exterior. Black interior.

Flint was a division of Durant Motors and was founded all the way back in 1923. The Flint was designed to compete with the likes of Buick and can trace its... See More

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Powered by a Inline 6 engine with a 3-Speed Manual transmission. Blue exterior. Blue interior.

Joseph L. Hudson had a dream to produce a quality automobile that could retail for under $1,000. In 1909 the auto manufacturer, Hudson, debuted with its first model. Hudson was on... See More

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Powered by a 201 Flathead 4 engine with a 3-Speed Manual transmission. Black Patena exterior. Black interior.

The Ford Model A was Ford Motor Company's second market success after its predecessor, the Model T. First produced on October 20, 1927, but not introduced until December 2, it replaced... See More

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1930 Ford Model A

5 Window Coupe

Powered by a 350 CU V8 engine with a 350 Turbo Automatic transmission. Orange Glow exterior. Saddle interior.

The Model A was one of Ford's greatest successes, the predecessor the Model T. The 'A' came in many shapes and sizes of the years with nearly 5 million being built... See More

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1930 Ford Model A

5 Window Coupe

Powered by a 327 CID V8 engine with a 350 Turbo Automatic transmission. Lagoon Green exterior. Tan interior.

The Model A was one of Ford's greatest successes, the predecessor the Model T. The 'A' came in many shapes and sizes of the years with nearly 5 million being built... See More

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Powered by a 383 Stroker V8 engine with a Turbo 350 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Black interior.

The 30s era is one of the highest sought after by hotrodders everywhere. The iconic look coupled with modern performance makes for some the coolest street rods. This '32 is an... See More

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Powered by a 302 CID V8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Satin Steel Gray exterior. Red interior.

Fords model As and Bs are desired even today as they make a great foundation for a very cool hot rod. The 5-Window Coupes are especially sought after for their iconic... See More

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1932 Ford Model 18

3-Window Deuce Coupe

Powered by a 409 CID V8 engine with a Turbo 350 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Satin Black exterior. Black/Red interior.

Rolling into 1932 Ford wanted to offer an even wider array of trim levels and options to compete in the market. There were two-door roadster, two-door cabriolet, four-door phaeton, two and... See More

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Powered by a 250 I6 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Black interior.

During the great depression, Chevrolet was looking to make a lower priced alternative and the Standard was born. It debuted in 1933 and was offered in an array of trim levels... See More

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1937 Willys Gasser

Tribute All Steel

Powered by a 291 Hemi engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Black exterior. Black interior.

This Willys is far from original folks. With a Gasser esque design in mind that is what you see here. Long gone is the profile and original motor. The lifted up... See More

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Powered by a 350 CU V8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Pink/Blue exterior. Grey/Black interior.

The Master series was first introduced in the early 30s in the heart of the depression. In a time when manufacturers were looking to make cars cheaper due to the hardships... See More

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Powered by a 502 CID V8 engine with an Automatic transmission. Gray exterior. Dark Blue interior.

These Pontiacs are recognizable thanks to their tall, wrap-around front grille, which remained in production for a couple of years before the company switched to a more complex front-end layout. The... See More

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Powered by a 350 Cu V8 engine with an Automatic transmission. Maroon exterior. Grey interior.

In the late 30s Ford wanted to introduce a middle of the road model to bridge the gap between their standard and luxury line. The De Luxe debuted offering several different... See More

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1940 Oldsmobile Coupe

350 V8 Supercharged

Powered by a 350 CID V8 Supercharged engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Red/Black exterior. Red interior.

Approaching the 40's it was an odd time between finally recovering from the depression and on the brink of joining the World at War, WWII. Oldsmobile a division of GM was... See More

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Powered by a Inline 8 engine with a 3-Speed Manual transmission. Gray exterior. Gray/Tan interior.

Packard was established in 1899 and wouldn't see their first car for over 2 decades. Packard quickly established a name for themselves with their quality and dependability. Fast forward to 1935... See More

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Powered by a Crate 350 CID V8 engine with an Automatic transmission. Teal Metallic exterior. Tan interior.

Moving into the 40s the world was at war and coming out of the Great Depression. In these troubling times Chevy needed to introduce a winner into the market. The Deluxe... See More

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Powered by a 305 CID V8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Black exterior. Black interior.

The time was 1941, Ford felt it time to thoroughly update their car. Production would not last long into 1942 when the government ordered the complete shut down of all civilian... See More

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Powered by a 350 CID V8 engine with a 4-Speed Manual transmission. Purple/Flames exterior. Black interior.

After World War II, Ford's war time effort towards producing B-24 bombers, jeeps, tank engines, and other military hardware ended. When civilian passenger cars and trucks were put back into production,... See More

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Powered by a LS1 engine with a 4-Speed Automatic transmission. Burgundy exterior. Gray interior.

This car is not your dads 1950 Chevy Fleetline. Unless daddy was a mechanic and like to LS Swap everything! Under the hood is a monster LS1 V8 mated to a... See More

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1950 Ford Custom

Deluxe Club Coupe

Powered by a Flathead 8-CYLINDER engine with a 3-Speed (COLUMN) Manual transmission. Sheridan Blue exterior. Blue Gray Stripe interior.

A few years after WWII ended Ford was looking to bring a new car to the top trim level in their lineup. The Custom name would live on for a long... See More

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Powered by a 4.3 L I6 engine with a 4SP Automatic transmission. Orange exterior. Grey interior.

2 years after WWII ended Dodge decided it was time to overhaul their trucks. The B-Series debuted in 1948 and would offer several variants such as 1/2 ton, 3/4 ton, van,... See More

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1951 Ford Custom

Convertible

Powered by a V8 engine with a 3-Speed O/D Manual transmission. Navy Blue exterior. Tan interior.

A few years after WWII ended Ford was looking to bring a new car to the top trim level in their lineup. The Custom name would live on for a long... See More

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Powered by a 350 V8 engine with a 350 TURBO Automatic transmission. Two tone Silver exterior. Gray interior.

The first major revamp since the war the advanced design series was billed as a bigger better and sleeker design than the AK series. This would be the first trucks to... See More

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Powered by a Diesel I6 engine with a 4-Speed Automatic transmission. Dark Green exterior. Gray interior.

The Ford F-Series line of pickup has been going strong since 1948. The F-series is currently in its 14th generation! Here we have a 1952 model, last year of the first... See More

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Powered by a Briggs and Stratton engine with a Selectable Forward and Reverse transmission. Green exterior. Brown interior.

With the end of WWII Midget Motor Corporation decided to take a chance at making a micro car. In 1946 the King Midget debuted with the catchy phrase '500lb car for... See More

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Powered by a 302 CID V8 engine with a C6 Automatic transmission. Black Cherry exterior. Red interior.

Lincoln unveiled the Capri for the 1952 model year and it replaced the Cosmopolitan as their Premier Luxury car. The Capri name was derived from the Italian island of the Gulf... See More

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1955 Willys Overland

Pickup Restomod

Powered by a 5.3L LS engine with a 4-Speed Automatic transmission. Tropical Sunset Oran exterior. Orange/Coffee interior.

Willys was founded all the way back in 1908. Willys was well known for making reliable off-road vehicles for civilian and military applications. After WWII ended Jeep was ready to unveil... See More

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Powered by a 496 CID V8 engine with a 3-Speed Automatic transmission. Ruby Red exterior. Red/Grey interior.

Rolling into the '50s Chevrolet was looking to enter a new car in the market and replace the aging Fleetline. The Bel Air was a fresh design but had limited trims... See More

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1955 Ford Thunderbird

Convertible

Powered by a V8 engine with a 3-Speed Manual transmission. Yellow exterior. Black/ Yellow interior.

The Thunderbird was released in 1955 as Ford's 'personal car'. It was not a direct competitor to the Corvette but with their similarity's it was very hard not to compare the... See More

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Rel. November 18, 2022