Here is an opportunity to buy an amazing XL bucket seat convertible
rarely seen in this rust free condition. First one we have had in
eleven years. Factory big block car ready for its new owner
to love, show, and enjoy...
Beautiful newer dual stage in factory Powder Blue.
New correct two tone Blue XL bucket seat / console interior
in excellent condition. New door panels, carpet, and original dash.
Newer White convertible top in excellent condition.
Power top and correct boot.
Excellent original & new chrome, stainless and badging.
This car is equipped with the factory 390 cubic inch
V-8 engine and automatic transmission.
This car has a set of skirts. There are two different wheel covers shown.
The spinner caps will not work with the skirts. If the buyer desires,
we will purchase two spinner caps to match. If they plan to use skirts,
we will switch spinner caps to both front tires.
FABULOUS COLOR COMBINATION
VERY HARD TO FIND NICE EXAMPLES
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