I bought this car in 1984 and drove it through high school. I always thought I would restore it however I have never had the time or space to finish it. Realizing that it will probably never happen, it is time to let it go to someone who can give it the TLC that it deserves.
The odometer says 138404. The engine in it is not original however the original engine which has approximately 120000 miles on it is part of the deal. Previous owner ran Penzoil in it so the hydraulic lifters are plugged. The car currently runs, has new brakes, and is driveable however the tires are vintage 1989 so may not be that trustworthy.
Next year, this car is 50 years old. I am looking for someone who.wants to take this car back to what it once was. I have more pictures. Send me an email address and I will send them to you.
I have had a number of inquiries about this car and have showed it a couple of times. I have changed it to "Or Best Offer" because it is not realistic for everyone interested to look at it.
I have added many more photographs. The car is pretty rough however it is a very good starting point for any level of restoration desired. There is rust underneath, which I was not able to take pictures of. Most if not all parts can be procured as after market and very few custom parts should be required. The car itself is in Columbus, NE. The original engine is stored in Lincoln, NE.
Please contact me with additional questions and I will make every attempt to answer them in a timely fashion.
I will accept offers by way of email up until Midnight, Monday, September 30, Central Time.
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