Offered Here is a good project to restore to one's liking or drive
it as is I guess. I understand it is rare due to it having the
factory overdrive 4 speed manua transmission backing up the dual
carbed inline 6 cylinder engine. It has lots of rust to deal with.
The body has some and the passenger floor pan is almost a
Flintstone car. The engine sounds pretty good. The frame seems to
be solid. PEASE REVIEW ALL THE PHOTOS!!! The weird thing is I
bought 1 British car from a fellow and it was pretty nice and I
thought well he seems to know what he has for sale, he told me
about two more he had available so I bought those as well. The
second one is pretty good but needed some tlc not mentioned and of
course the last one he shoved this piece of shit on me. I've
developed a new saying RUST FREE MEANS FREE RUST. This business is
hard enough much less the embarrassment of selling a rust bucket
like this. It even has rust in the upper seams of the body, big
amounts around the bottom edges, the passenger rear corner you can
see inside the trunk. Oh yea he gave me a new carpet kit. Wow! LIke
that was all it needed to be a nice car. The wheels and tires look
good. The interior is in pretty good condition. The top is fair but
one window has come unfastened. The bullit side mirrors have some
minor pitting. The weather strips are somewhat dry and cracking.
The exhaust system actually looks very good. Thanks for looking.
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