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Thread: Might have found a car for long term resto

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    Wow George!

    Nice shop.

    Jim

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    If you are near central Europe, I can ask a friend for a good and not too expensive bodyshop.

    Do you plan to start from the naked body, like the 3.0?

    Nice workshop!

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    CS, I am in Switzerland.
    Not averse to bringing the shell to a good body shop in Europe.

    Jim another of the shop. Seeing the end of the build.
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    George

    That is beautiful. Is the door leading to a wine cellar?

    Ciao

    Jim

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    Underground tunnel to the house.

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    Is incredible! I imagine the contrast of the photos with that garage! Nice house!
    Baudett

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    welcome back...a project with your son will be a life long experience, congratulations...
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    what an amazing shop!
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    Seen this advertised. Good luck with the build. Love a nice resto thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeK View Post
    . . . Things happen, things change . . .
    . . . + things disappear, eh?

    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeK View Post
    . . . Any opinion on the subject car? . . .
    That strut brace looks interesting --- but no 'money' shots of (IMO) the more-critical bits = floors, rockers, trunk + tire well . . . so 'fraid not much to go on, really



    And any 'history/story' to share? . . .

    . . . how you found it, back-round on the car/owner/etc



    And --- as/always . . .

    . . . VIN, Eng#, Trans#, etc, etc



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