I think whom ever payed 21,000 for that car was pretty crazy. Yes it was it great shape, beautify restored. I just see one problem. It was not the origanal car. The seller said it right in the disciption, the body shell was replaced. In my mined that is the soul of the car. plus now you have an engine # that does not match the body #. Isn't that a big no no in concourse? That's the only reason you go that far in a restoration right? I can take any 96 and stick a 850 cc motor and seats in it. If you ask me the price was not worth it, But it looks like a great car with a great rebuild, I hope the new owner drives it and has fun with it.
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