No connection from here in Indiana. Something to look at for a Touring under 6000 for those in the Northwest
The seller did a nice job of showing what is there. That is commendable.
David - You may be right in that "there may be a good buy in Washington State this AM", and thanks for the posting. Will be interesting to see how the bidding goes and what it finally sells for. However, there are a couple of "red flags" in my opinion. Very subtle red flags, but they are there!
The car is certainly not being sold by a "T" guy, as the seller suggests that the car could be used to built a hot rod or rat rod. No "T" guy would ever make that suggestion! The other red flag, in my opinion, is where the seller says in the description, that...."there looks to be some filler in the cowl and under the R-doors".
I would guess that this car has suffered severe rust and has been cosmetically repaired with bondo just to make it look good enough to sell, and who knows what the wood may look like!
The car really does "LOOK" very good in the pictures, but I would hate to think that some newcomer, especially a youngster, full of enthusiasm might get "stung" by a car that "looks" good but might be in for some bitter surprises that could sour him on the hobby. This from a 73 yr. old guy that learned such a bitter lessons as a 14 yr old in the '50's got "stung" just this way,.....buyer beware,......for what it's worth,.....harold
It sold for $6810. Coulda been more but the wheels were way too red.