Wow, stop and take a good look at this solid California
survivor. Cars like this are a true gem to view and
marvel about their history. If they could talk, what type of
story would they tell? Ah, notice the Bowtie on
Amazing historical sales documents and receipts showing
it's original purchase on July 9, 1929 by Mr. Andrew
Teeters of Los Angeles at Morgan-Rose Chevrolet Motor
Cars 5500 Pasadena Avenue, Los Angeles, California.
Receipts show an $812 sales price with a $25 1921 Ford
Jr Trade In. With $145.25 in dealer options (see
document photos) the total sale price for the "Cash
Deal" was $982.75...
Only a few months later in October of 1929, the Great
Wall Street Crash occurred which marked the beginning
of the great depression. Think about this, $100 in 1929
would buy roughly about $2,300 of goods today. Or 9.82 x
2,300 = $22,586 in today's world!
In closing, study the detailed photos and you will be
amazed at this historic package.