Oliver Hine's 1933 Ford
1933 Ford 5-window coupe owned and restyled by Oliver Hine of Charlotte, Michigan. Oliver raced the car in 1951 and 1952, before he decided to turn it into a show car. The build was completed early in 1955, and it was displayed the same year at the Rotunda Custom Car Show.
April 1, 2017 the car will be offered for sale at the Auctions America Fort Lauderdale Auction. Given the car's history, Auctions America predicts a selling price between $110,000 and $130,000 USD. Visit AuctionsAmerica.com for more info on the upcoming Fort Lauderdale sale.
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