This is another one of our great finds!! Same owner for the past twenty years, a stunning bright red machine with a lot of new parts invested in it. 1970 was one of the lower production years due to strike so these steel chrome bumper cars are going up in price every year. This car comes with a matching hardtop, along with a 5.7L 350 engine that runs great and is very easy to work on and parts are available. We installed a fresh set of front carpets, new door panels and sun visors. The previous owner has done extensive work underneath replacing most of the front and rear suspension along with stainless caliper lines, rear spring, half shafts, control arms, links etc.
Body and paint are fantastic, paint shows great, high quality repaint that looks awesome. Interior has original seat cover and is factory correct. All gauges work and shifter is smooth. Engine starts and idles fine. Car is tight and goes down the road straight, comfortable on the highway as well. Power steering is smooth and the four wheel disc brakes stop straight. Tires have very low miles on them and are quiet at speed. Vacuum headlights and wipers work great.
The car only has 81,000 original miles, never seen salt or winters. The frame underneath is extremely clean and no signs of repair or rust issues. Convertible top is in very good shape back window is clear, very easy to put up and down. We will assist any way we can with transportation and or rides to and from either Boston's Logan or Manchester airports.
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