Restored 1500 named "Bumble Bee". Body off restoration. New paint, new interior, and stainless steel exhaust. Flawless body. Performance springs in the front results in rail like cornering. Engine strong. Mechanically sound. Lots of spare parts. Both soft and hardtop. New windshield. Modified dash for additional oil pressure and amp gages. Have rriginal dash to return to stock if desired. New CD player/radio. Electric radio antenna. Rust free inside and out and underneath. New flexible steering coupling. Steering tight. Priced to sell.
Body off restoration. All rusted areas wire brushed to metal and then treated with navel petroleum jelly for good measure. Frame premiered and painted. Body premiered and painted underneath. New paint to outside of body. Engine and drivetrain not needing rebuild. New brake master cylinder. New clutch master and slave. Brakes solid and rotors true. New seats and carpet.
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