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VIN: 194675S118146 Mileage: 4765 showing
With a replacement L79 327 cubic inch/350 horsepower V8 engine, and four speed manual transmission. Equipped with 15" Coker Redline tires, rally style wheels with simulated knock offs, and four wheel disc brakes. factory options to include: power steering, power brakes, and side mount exhaust system.
Exterior in a repaint of original Rally Red, with the interior redone in the original black leather.
This lot subject to reserve. For this lot, payment accepted only by wire transfer. 15% Buyer's Premium for LLA live-online and absentee bidding. 20% buyer's premium for live internet bidding through Live Auctioneers. For winning bidders in NC, license plate and titling of vehicle will be obtained by Leland Little Auctions NCFL# 7452, provided all applicable fees and taxes are paid. Additional taxes may be due upon registration, depending on your state of residence.From the Private Collection of a Gentleman, Durham, North Carolina.
A well cared for car with nice paint, interior, and solid drivetrain. All of the instruments and gauges work, even the power antenna. The convertible top appears like new, and the cover is tight and operates correctly. The older interior and carpet are soft and in great condition. The carpet is faded in areas. A new wooden steering wheel was added. A new fuel tank was installed, and the interior is very clean. Owner state only non-ethanol fuel has been used.
The following condition report, while thorough, is not exhaustive as vintage cars have inherent wear and imperfections. We welcome personal inspections.
An older restoration that shows very well, with few exceptions; a small area of touch up on top of drivers door, paint isn't a perfect match; an aftermarket digital radio is in place of the original, but retains the original controls and position; small hydraulic leak in the power steering, and rear main seal has a small leak; some of the noise suppression pieces are not present for the ignition system; both rear fenders have chipping on the lowest portion, apparently from road debris; the original seatbelt mounts are no longer in use, with adequate alternative mounting; no other apparent concerns.