I already called one of the rear jump seats the other day. Purely for the lulz.It looks totally awesome. 16:9 picture format was made for this car. I hope you'll have lots of fun with it, on both sides of the pond. Speaking of which, are you sure shipping it is necessary? It looks like the front end could touch a French beach while the rear is still in America.
So, just to be clear: SHOTGUN! (for the inevitable lap)
Fixed. And Godwined.Poland, of course.
I second that. Big props to CraigB and Mrs CraigB with a nod to Spectre.It's a beauty!
.. and pretty much to your spec., as well. Plus only 40k on the odo with a clean look from the photos, is a pretty rare find.
Well done to CraigB for the find and the logistics. ( & Mrs. CraigB too. )
He may not want to let Lucille go in October. :lol:
A V8 boat on a track..?I really don't think he paid just 800$ for it, that would be ridiculous...
He wrote he haggled the seller down 800$, that's 5200$ instead of 6000$ for example.
Oh, and big congrats, I demand a terrifying lap around the ring.
The tin can is a vacuum canister. It is factor and looks totally redneck. My flareside had one.Yep, it's factory AC and I have no idea what the tin can is for, but I've been told it's stock.
That is a stock period vacuum reservoir. Often found on AC cars as the cam grinds of the era often meant the engine did not produce a lot of vacuum at times (lots of valve overlap.)Yep, it's factory AC and I have no idea what the tin can is for, but I've been told it's stock.