Over the last fifty years I have accumulated a lot of “stuff.” That stuff includes a lot of cars and automobilia. Some of those cars were show cars when acquired, some were turned into show cars by me and my friends, some are basket-case projects, and some are gloriously in-between!
Some of these gems have been with me a long time so I feel like I am selling off my children. My hope is that they find good homes with folks who appreciate them.The second car I part with is in the “gloriously in-between category.
It was a Kansas barn find and was not only a good driver, but had “good bones” for a full-on restoration should one desire to do so. I have enjoyed the car as we found it, adding it to the list of restoration projects I hoped to get to eventually. A very rare Kaiser Manhattan.
This is a neat car and a real attention-getter. The heart shaped windshield and back glass really make it distinctive and unique. It is usually the only Kaiser wherever it appears.