I've asked the cavalry to help out - stand by!
Well, first of all, that Chevy is a 1951 and not a 1953.
It's possible that there MAY be some usable parts still remaining but things
don't look good.
Why not throw it on Ebay and see what happens. I've been shocked before.
With broken windows and doors (letting in rain/weather/critters, rusting out the body), I'd be surprised if there's anything but a few trim pieces left. It's a 4 door, not in demand. Do as @isellhondas suggests, hope somebody will take it.
parts car, couple hundred bucks I'd say. First person to offer real money, let it go.
Those photos must have been taken at different times. In the first photo, it looks like the windshields and trim are intact but in the second photo they are gone.
If someone is willing to haul it away for free, I would let them do that.
EDIT: Reverse the order of the photos!
Looks like there are 2 different cars but the advice posted already sounds right.
Yeah, per the title (that I've tweaked for clarity), there are two different cars there.
Thanks for all the info. They are two separate cars. VID# search put them in 1953. Drivetrains are intact. Most likely will post on eBay or Craigslist for enthusiast. Then scrap if no takers. Thanks again to all your responses.
Oh, I see that now. Two different twins. They are 1951's for sure!
With the drivetrains in place, who knows. Someone may need something.
Here's another '51 Chevy!
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