Just arrived, a car is just beautiful and was lovingly restored a while back
with respect to originality. Rare options in excellent, accident & rust
free condition. Older single stage repaint in the original factory color
and newer NOS interior. Almost all of the chrome has been rechromed,
a huge expense on this price point of a classic vehicle.
Original service policy and other records.
Lovely car ready for its next owner.
Older repaint in factory light Gray. The interior was revamped
in burgundy - gray velour. (There is some fading of the Burgundy
material and we will replace as part of the deal if buyer wants)
New door panels and carpet in very nice condition.
Mint original dash with all chrome redone. Original headliner.
Rebuilt factory 218 cubic inch straight six engine
Newly rebuilt overdrive manual transmission.
Original wheel covers & new wide whitewall radial tires.
Factory fender skirts included
BEAUTIFUL RESTORED SURVIVOR
MINT CHROME & RUST FREE
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