The 4.9L version of the Indy breed is the most rare, so these cars fetch much more money then their 4.7 and 4.2 sisters but still, so far, a full restoration is very, maybe too, expensive.
What’s not clear is that the seller says that tis car had “no accident”: so what about that huge dent on the driver front fender? Should it be considered just a sratch? Apart from that, the car is said to have been stored in a dry garage in Tokio since 1982, the previous owner painted it but never put it toghether again so this job is up to the next owner.
The seller says also that the car is complete with the exception of instruments and side windows: we hope that the missing parts are just those as everything for this car is not cheap and restoring an Indy is as expensce as retoring a Ghibli which is worth three time the value. Find it for sale at $34,999 here in Mission Vejo, CA.