1968 rare Autostick only some 300 imported from Karman Plant. Convertible, Advertised as (The Lady Bug) This car gives the ease of driving in traffic without shifting or the quick shifting for merging if needed. Body off restoration. Rust free car, rebuilt replacement engine, new starter, rebuilt transmission, new, New floors,firewall's front and rear, new support rails, heat channels, spindle to spindle front end, drive axles and cv joints, top and liner, front glass, all new wood for top and rear window frame, new shocks front end.
Car is a driver that took 3rd in class, interior top and body all great many new parts including flex plate, Trans seal pulleys. Paint is over epoxy primer paint. Butter yellow color
99% restored could use some new rubber door gaskets, but all good. All gauges working. A must see. I have pictures of work in progress New Battery 3/06
e mail for pictures, I owned this car since 1987 Picture of car and history of work on request. Clean NC title
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