That's my point. The buyer will never be able to match the motor and tranny cuz they're probably blown and scrapped. The front clip was apparently "recovered" somewhere in Florida. I mean, if he intends to restore that thing back to something even remotely close to original (as original as it can be), he's already got $250,000+ in it and quite a few thousand more to go.
If you squint and turn you head to the left she is a real beauty lol,that car is extremely rare and hopefully the owner will bring it as close to it's orignal shape.I know from my experince that he will get lucky if he can sell it for what he paid or even make a profit!
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