The good of this Ghibli is that, as long as it’s not anymore equipped with the original DOHC italian V8 but with a Chevy engine, it consumes less fuel than when it was in the original configuration.
The bad side, however, is very large as this is a car which needs a colossal amount of work. Not only for the body in itself which needs hundreds of man-hours of metal work, but epecially for the missing parts like the rear quarter glasses and their frame which are almost impossible to find.
Differently from what many can think, the floors on these cars are often solid as the were sprayed at the factory with a thick layer of sound deadening material which also protected the undercarriage from rust. Interiors are complete and neither bad: actually we believe that this ar could be a funny game if you don’t think to bring it back to the original specs. Find it for sale at $67,500 here in Los Angeles, CA.