There is few things remained on this Speedster (chassis #82291) which is, however, a good starting point for a restoration project.
As you could easily suppose, the fact that this is a project car doesn’t mean that it will come cheapbut, as long as these cars (one restored) are going for sale often for more than $300K, the cheaper you start, the better is the value in your hands, also considering that the greater effort on these cars is spent on the bodywork.
The car, although it had the same owner since 1974, is missing the interiors but the valuable steering wheel is there, and today two very nice replica seats are available for less than $2,000. Ok you must also add a new soft top and carpets, but it wouldn’t be for sure the bigger part of the restoration expenses. Rear taillights are not original but everything can be found on the market. Find it for sale at $189,500 here in Los Angeles, CA.