Just purchased this ragtop, project, luxury car. Mechanically the engine runs very well and the transmission shifts smoothly. The work that's already been done includes, new exhaust from front to rear, battery, new interior, recent convertible top, new boot and the tires have hardly any miles on them. Work needed includes a fair amount of lower body panel corrosion and a portion of the trunk floor has been replaced but needs to be welded in. The top electronically and mechanically is in perfect working order. The windshield does have a couple of repairable rock chips. A new finish on this car will make it a show winner. The brakes have been redone as well as some of the brake lines, there is actually more brake power than necessary and they could be backed off a little. There is very little if anything missing other than a couple of emblems and most of the chrome will polish up. The previous owner had the vehicle in inside storage and it comes with a fabric car cover. According to the NADA Classic Car Pricing Guide, full bore on this car in perfect condition is $39,795.00 and average value is $22,365.00. For a quick sale on this vehicle, I'm wanting to put it out below Low Retail just to get my money turned and get a potentially very nice car out of my inventory as quickly as possible. This is one you can turn some real money on in a fairly short time and I would do it myself but there's no room in the restoration shop at this time so take advantage, be the first to call !!!! This is the Pontiac everybody knows and wants and it's at an affordable price, this is the one! Don't wait I'm going to move this one out of inventory quickly. Mileage stated in listing is the odometer reading only not to be interpreted as certified miles. Contact Grant our sales manager for further assistance, phone 712-332-8029 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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