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Jerry's Classic Cars and Collectibles Museum
Jerry's Classic Cars and Collectibles Museum | 394 S Center St, Pottsville PA, 17901 | 570-628-2266 1-888-802-6605 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jerry Enders, owner of ...
Jerry Enders, owner of Jerry's Classic Cars and Collectibles Museum, Pottsville, said he will attend the auction.
"I think it's going to be a very interesting sale," he
said there are many classic cars for sale that buyers might be interested in. One of them is a white 1962 Chevrolet Impala Convertible with 43,158 miles on it.
"It's a very desirable car for any collector," he
The 1968 Amc Amx 390 is also another car to possibly think about buying.
It's a two-door hard top with a 390 motor, Enders
Some of the other classic vehicles include a red 1967 Datsun 1600 with an odometer of 56,162 and a 1959 two-door K-Midget King midget car with 5,975 miles.
A black and white 1969 Chevy Camero SS with 85,526 miles is also for sale.
said the car is "a true 69 Chevy Camero SS big block car with 396 V8 and muncy 4-speed."
Top Stories -- April 13, 2004: City council to apply for grant
"You look onto South Centre Street and the proof is what's been done," said Jerry E. Enders, owner of Jerry's Classic Cars and Collectibles Museum, in regard to the Main Street Program.
Top Stories -- March 25, 2004: Friend of city passes
"You know how active Jerry Enders is now?
...Reiley was referring to Gerald L. "Jerry" Enders, owner of Jerry's Antiques & Collectibles Museum, Pottsville, who's active in myriad city causes.
Top Stories -- December 31, 2003: PBA installs officers
Enders, owner of Jerry's Northeast Auto Sales, Route 61, and Jerry's Classic Cars & Collectibles Museum, 394 S. Centre St., occupied the position for six years, or three terms.He was appointed by the late Mayor Terence P. Reiley. Enders
will be active behind the scenes, devoting more of his
time to the Pottsville Cruise. Enders
said that the project that gave him the most satisfaction was the Pottsville Aglow project that brought festive lighting to the downtown area for the holidays.