As I've said before, in the uk this sort of nuts and bolts restoration
is not so common. This car would probably get new bushings, bearings,
ball joints. Maybe shocks and little T-cut on the paint and then it
would be enjoyed as is. I guess when its cloudy you don't notice bad
chrome and old paint :)
On 3/25/08, CoolVT@aol.com <CoolVT@aol.com> wrote:
> I agree with what you say. I think most of us have come to the conclusion
> that if we try to calculate Tiger ownership in dollars and cents..it
> make sense.
> If someone wants a nice Tiger and doesn't car about doing the restoration
> himself, it is definitely cheaper to buy one that has been restored.
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