The person I know who is interested in it wants a high quality driver car, not 
a concours or show car.  This is exactly his car, as it’s solid, in good 
running condition, and doesn’t require any restoration or major work.

And for that matter, all of our cars are “imperfect vehicles” of they’re on the 
road, even mine.


> On Feb 2, 2018, at 2:50 PM, Andrew Strasfogel <> wrote:
> It's an honest car but unless you're willing to drive around in an imperfect 
> vehicle it will still cost a boatload of ca$h to restore to showroom/factory 
> condition.


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