For sale is a rust free, beautifully restored car with too many new or refurbished items to list. I am the third owner of this car. A few highlights...
It has been resprayed in the very desirable Signal Red.
Brand new top and frame. Opens and closes easily. Comes with original tonneau and convertible covers.
Completely new interior. It does have the restored, original, and very hard to find fold-down seats unique to '69s. It has a new wood dash, dash pad, Moto-Lita steering wheel, refurbished gauges, and Retrosound bluetooth radio with speakers installed on new kick panels. Rebuilt heater. All the carpet and door trims are new. Floors are rust-free.
New brakes and brake lines.
New front suspension with poly bushes, shocks, and springs.
The whole car has been completely rewired front to back.
New bumpers (except for the rear center piece because I can't find it).
New exterior plastic on all lights and reflectors.
New rubber and weatherstripping everywhere.
In the engine bay: REBUILT radiator, intake manifold, distributor, and carbs. NEW alternator, coil, battery, spark plugs, valve cover, fuel pump, and all hoses.
Rebuilt fuel tank with new sender unit.
It comes with the original to the car and very hard to find magnetic fuel cap, exclusive to '69s. It also has the interior light that sits on the transmission tunnel behind the driver/passenger.
New TVR rims
The only thing I have yet to address are two small holes on the passenger side door where a previous owner must have installed a mirror. They are covered with a British flag magnet (see pics).
There were many other things restored on this car so please contact me with any questions.
The Pick of the Day has been driven just 7,689 miles
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I’ve had this car a few years. Like a lot of custom builders, your own car project seems to hit the back burner.
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