It’s not surprising that many, perhaps most, of the Crosley cars at the Orphan Car Show were survivors. Checking the RM Auctions site for the results of Crosleys that have crossed the block, even a nicely restored Crosley isn’t going to be worth more than $20,000, so any Crosley restoration is going to cost more than the restored car is worth. Still, the car hobby it’s not only about money and it’s nice to see that there are some folks who love their Crosley’s enough to bring them back to what is probably better than when they rolled out of Powel Crosley’s Indiana factory.
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