|Must take everything, trailer required. Hardened valves was last job performed 0 miles since valve job. $4,500.00|
Interior is in boxes. I have not had the chance to do any work on it. Seats newly upholstered. Wheel
wells and underbody coated, new looking exhaust. Soccer Ball wheels.
Seller to me included Used Parts pulled from his parts car working to be included in sale:
Heater blower assembly with motor/Bag marked "rear glass" w/shifter pattern, hose clamps, body clips, door light switch, brake line holddowns, screws & cotter pins. Fuel spout cover, front headlight insert blanks. Tire iron/wheel wrench/Box marked sanyo-car stereo installation kit(seems
complete)/headlight relay, twin horns, radiator hose, seat belt relay, small oval light bracket & lens, relays, windshield wiper motor, bag w/thermostat 89 deg, plastic body clips screws, wiring harness, hose clamps relay bar w/relays,
speedometer cable/clutch pressure plate, shifter yoke, motor mounts, wheel lug bolts, metal heater hose lines for engine/stock air intake, stock ford carb w/repair kit/starter/distributor cap-coil w/wire/disk brake caliper
front/heater core, controls & vent caps, adj emergency brake handle, plastic shroud for wiper/blinker & switches/sonett Gauges & wiring harness.
My 1973 parts car (sonett) with motor - this is what brought it down with a burned piston, the car comes with a/c big compressor and mount - the evaporator and other dash parts are still in the car. Great windshield and rear glass on car, side are in boxes. back glass still on car, 2 soccer ball wheels with blue centers. Does not roll on its own.
Another extra motor V4, do not know what it came out of. Also transmission from seller to me package.
History from seller to me:
The body was in actually very
good shape but I am a perfectionist so…….. the car has 72k original
miles and what I did was take the fiberglass components off and repair any
stress cracks in the fiberglass. Original paint color was used as well as
the original Siskens paint brand used. The car did not have much in the form
of rust..mainly surface on a couple spots on the rocker panels so what I did
was replace the rockers and reinforce the rollcage at the mount point in the
rocker panel area. It looked like at the factory they did just minor spot
welds and was not as strong as it should be for a rollcage, so I reinforced
that whole area. Everything looks like it did at the factory but only
Regarding the rest of the restoration, the trunk looks great and
my plan was to spray duraliner into the trunk to rubberize it before putting
the battery box back in. The window gaskets look good except for the
rear hatch one that should be replaced. The seats are done and I have all
the inside door panels, etc. in order to re-do those in original format. (New rear seal from Jack with aluminum extender installed after purchase-----hood has one/some spiderweb not visible except close up)
I have many extra parts from the parts car that I bought with
it. The car had been in the same family since new and was stored for a
long time, hence why the car is in great shape.
es, removed the front
section, trim around windshield, etc. so that the paint edges were
covered. Painted the door jambs as well. Left the dash in place
since those never fit right after removing. Light covers were removed I
believe and painted since I had taken the entire front section apart.
No bumpers in 1972….those came in 1973…ugly.
Nothing done to suspension because it doesn’t need anything.
The car was well maintained and no need to do anything with brakes.
Yes, low rise manifold and with chrome air cleaner, bonnet shuts fine.
The gas tank was filled to top in 2002 with gas stabilizer. It can be
drained if necessary. Transmission was fine…drove the car before
started working on it. Had new clutch installed before I bought it. Haven’t
checked the hydraulics but can. (Brand new rear brakes now frozen because not worn by use and storage. Brake master cylinder is frozen, as is clutch master-but have rebuilt clutch master by Chip still wrapped in plastic).