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1953 Kaiser Deluxe Sedan - No Reserve : $9,250.00
118 HP, 226 cid, L-Head Continental Red Seal In-Line 6-Cylinder Engines, 3-Speed Transmission
One of the most distinctively designed post-war American automobiles was the Kaiser, which claimed that famed stylist Howard "Dutch" Darrin had been the stylist. Aimed to fill a niche in medium price field, it had been a tough road to go for this new brand of automobile. When the second generation of Kaisers were released in 1951, they were hailed as innovative and stylish, but the buying public was still a little skeptical and seemed to have more trust in the established brands in this market range.
By 1953, Kaiser was promoting their vehicles as being "Safety-First" automobiles, safest on the road. Interior styling was attractive, even on the lower-priced models, and with an engine from a proven supplier, there were few mechanical worries. This example, finished in Jade Green appears to be a survivor without any real restoration. Showing just under 67,150 miles, it has the patina of age but has not been abused, nor are there any signs of rust-out or accident repair. It is equipped with its original radio, clock plus heater-defroster and one special luxury, window shades for all four doors. A rather unusual and unique car, it might be the perfect gift for your wife or girlfriend, where you could surprise her with a Kaiser.