It looks to me that it might not take too much to make a good driver out out of the car the way it sets other then replacing all the rubber products, the brakes and safety items, and a lot of mothering over...The original topping looks good so chance the wood in the car may be good as well...The front original looking floor mat doesn't appear to be worn below the clutch and brake pedals so possibly a low millage car?...It looks to have the prefered after market Carter ball and ball carburetor with Carter adapter....If I didn't have so **** many cars I think I might snag this one....I do have an extra wire wheel for the spare and a newly built gas tank for the car if a club member wanted to pick this car up.
Hello bill and everyone
Gary Yelle and myself kicked this one around I thought just cleaning it up making it safe and reliable and just keeping it original no heavy restoration just sorting it out and enjoying it would be nice,I believe at 10.500 it is way overpriced at todays project market,but it says accepting offers so maybe there’s hope,I would be a buyer but nowhere near that money, Dave
$10,500.00 seems high to me also. If you want to sell it, I think closer to your $3000.00 price would be right. After all, the 4.2 people in the world that know what it is and want it could get in a bidding frenzy. Looks like a nice solid car.