Recently restored by a lifelong antique car builder. It is so much car for the money! The style in and out with unique features is really cool. It's full of power accessories and they all seem to be working.
EXTERIOR: Gorgeous color! What great lines too. The body is straight with no damage or rust. The panels fit square. Stunning metallic red is laid out evenly with a glossy clear coat finish. Door handles look new, bumpers were rechromed. Deluxe hubcaps are wrapped in radial tires. .....
The white retractable top is in excellent shape. New weatherstrips on the doors and top.
INTERIOR: Just as stylish as the exterior. It has bucket seats with a console that morphs right into the dash. Unique swing away wheel. Also, unique gauges with a horizontal speedometer. It has bucket seats in front, wrap around seats in back. Both seats are power. Pearl white upholstery and door panels were replaced. Carpet was replaced.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Rebuilt 390-300 hp motor with 4 barrel carb. It features power steering and brakes. The motor and all its components look clean and proper. It has the washer bag, fan shroud, battery is bolted down etc. The engine bay is painted glossy.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: The deck lid opens, unfolds and a convertible top come out like a Transformer! It is painted body color, smooth and glossy. New liner kit. The components look proper and restored. Working trunk light.
UNDERSIDE: Looks to be well sorted underneath. Miscellaneous components were replaced- some front end bushings, steering parts, brake hoses. Disc brakes upfront. Solid dual exhaust system with crossover pipe. Looking up at the motor it's very clean, fuel filter and starter look fresh. Rebuilt Cruise-o-matic transmission. The drive shaft was rebuilt, the rear end looks clean. Floors appear to be very solid.
Our shop inspected the car and spent $1,640 servicing it. We replaced the door lock cylinders, repaired the switches for the top, lubed the rear windows, repaired the turn signals and serviced the steering column. We repaired the power window switch, replaced the voltage regulator and starter solenoid. Tightened the belts. The 390 motor will effortlessly push you down that country road with the top down while you have a smile ear to ear!
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