Beautiful 327 4-speed driver currently covered and stored, but regularly started and briefly driven to maintain condition. Purchased from Southern senior citizen enthusiast (former J.Gordon sprint pit crew chief) who participated in local car shows. (Driven back from it's Southern home 6 hours trouble-and-problem-free; not driven it more than 75 miles per year since then.)
Auxiliary fan added for summer drives, and air shocks added to accommodate period-correct aftermarket tires and wheels. Original steel wheels and correct original "knock-off" style hubcaps mounted on WW tires also included in sale. Every option works, vehicle is awesome but not concours. Previous owner claimed matching numbers, but this I have not verified.
New white top with clear rear window. Straight, lovingly cared for and serviced meticulously. Never been hit or wrecked, clean and ready to drive. Original RARE desirable factory colors Tuxedo black over lipstick red with white convertible top, clean title and original owners manual.
Need to free up garage space, but not desperate to sell. If you want a head-turning, sharp example classic car in unique factory colors that is ready-to-go and show, then contact me. Serious inquiries only, need the garage space or would never sell.
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