What do you do with a car like that? Not really nice enough to leave as is
as a "survivor", but as soon as you start restoring, any value assigned to
originality and patina is lost...plus at $35-40k you're already in to the car,
cash wise, pretty near as much as if you just bought a decent, straight, low
rust car and did a unibody up resto...maybe that's why bidding has stalled.
In a message dated 1/14/2009 2:54:42 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
I've been watching that car since it was listed.. bidding went hard early
then stalled after the reserve at 20.. i am guessing people were just
sussing out the reserve and rserious bidding will eb at the end. I think the
millage could be right, i think its a 35-40K car maybe.. looks to have all
oruiginal hoses (even the booster one) is a rare colour and looks very
stock.. great platform for a concourse car. Bill Atalla acquired another
very original car last year, but i think this one might even be a bit more
original and perhaps a little less tampered with.
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