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Jerseybassnbow

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It's a 63. Cant fix title. My father and aunt have finally decided to part with their parents car. It has been garage kept but not ran in years. They are working on a price but let me know if you have any interest. It would be a great restoration project to someone who wants to put in a little time. Im working on getting undercarriage shots but I have restored several car and from what I know of walking past in in the garage for 40 years it has good bones. Located in Mahwah. It is NOT a wildcat engine...

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5 hours ago, Jerseybassnbow said:

It's a 63. Cant fix title. My father and aunt have finally decided to part with their parents car. It has been garage kept but not ran in years. They are working on a price but let me know if you have any interest. It would be a great restoration project to someone who wants to put in a little time. Im working on getting undercarriage shots but I have restored several car and from what I know of walking past in in the garage for 40 years it has good bones. Located in Mahwah. It is NOT a wildcat engine...

https://photos.app.goo.gl/lr0AFNesFqKuOoWz2

Fixed the title for you Bassnbow…..Car is cool and definitely is all there. Someone will have some fun restoring this....

 

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Thank you. Yeah it's been sitting since 72. They started it up ever so often but its sat for a while so will need and new seals gaskets fuel brake system ect but it was running when parked and has been in the garage since its retirement.  So body is awesome which is the key to a good restoration. I would love someone to make it pretty again but I have a Bronco and F150. No room for another boat..   

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2 minutes ago, Jerseybassnbow said:

Thank you. Yeah it's been sitting since 72. They started it up ever so often but its sat for a while so will need and new seals gaskets fuel brake system ect but it was running when parked and has been in the garage since its retirement.  So body is awesome which is the key to a good restoration. I would love someone to make it pretty again but I have a Bronco and F150. No room for another boat..   

Agree with the great body making for a good restoration. The money saved on body panels, sheet metal and bodywork  alone can be spent elsewhere bringing her back to life...:up:

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Yep no cancer is the key to a good restoration. Probably just needs a good detailing and most work will be getting it street worthy. 

Any Man Who Thinks He Can Be Happy and Prosperous By Letting the Government Take Care of Him Better Take A Closer Look at The American Indian! - Henry Ford

 

MOLON LABE

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