Body off frame restoration just completed spring of 2016. Started
with a clean rust free car. The restorer that stripped the car
claims it has its original metal with no rust. Also verified by
independent appraiser. Spotwelds and seems look clean. The floors
look spotless. The underside is completely restored using factory
finishes including red oxide floors. Shocks, brakes, exhaust,
lines, bushings, cables, suspension were all replaced. Original
motor and trans were professionally rebuilt. Concourse restored 4
barrel. Engine compartment restored like factory. New correct
Silvertown whitewalls, NOS spinners, T-3 headlights. Completely
repainted, showchrome on bumpers, stainless polished like new. New
weatherstrips. All new tinted glass. Interior was completely
restored including dash area. Has retro stereo. New black top.
Trunk compartment is painted. Has new mat, new whitewall spare and
Colors are striking on this car. I think it's the prettiest combination they offered. It is a fresh frame off restoration on a rust free car. That's very desirable and not easy to come by!
This is the 12th vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
AutoAncestry leads new owner to the shops that restored his show-quality car
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