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It constantly amazes me how many Crosleys are still around. For instance, in 1948, Crosley built more than 29,000 cars, the most in one year for the company. The same year, Frazer built more than 48,000, Packard built more than 87,000, and both Hudson and Nash topped 110,000. On top of that, Crosleys seemed to suffer more abuse than your typical car and seemingly were turned into racers at a far greater proportion than most sedans. Yet examples like this 1948 Crosley for sale on Hemmings.com keep popping up. From the seller’s description:
1948 Crosley CC Sedan. Good running condition, older amateur repaint and interior, newer tires, metal boat fuel tank. This has the upgraded steel block, not tin. Solid frame and body, would restore nicely.
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