Today the equation to find the value of a car to be restored is simple: take the same well-restored car, subtract the average cost of restoration and here is the price.
Also in this case this equation has certainly been applied, however it must be said that in this case the starting point seems excellent. The seller has certainly not wasted many words to describe it, however, he says that this car has stopped since the 80s and still has the original paint. Actually we believe that’s not the first layer as the car misses the “Touring” badges on the hood.
In fact, the car seems complete, even has a luggage rack on the back hood, a red interior and seems apparently rust-free or otherwise very dry. The only drawback to this announcement is the lack of photos of both the engine bay and the boot, but the premises are encouraging. Find it for sale at $64,000 here in Forney, TX.