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Record Creation: Entered on 14 December 2006.

 

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Exterior Photos (2)

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Interior Photos (3)

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Details Photos: Exterior (2)

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Detail Photos: Engine (1)

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2006-12-14 19:16:21 | Lofty writes:

Seen on eBay, December 2006

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Ad reads:

"1968 3.4S Saloon (Sedan) - Right Hand Drive - 2.4L 6 Cylinder Engine - 4 Speed Manual Transmission - Project Car. Vehicle was operational until I parked it as it needed a new clutch ... which requires that you first pull the engine. As such, it was my intention to park the vehicle until I had time to rebuild the engine while also replacing the clutch ... but never got around to it, and doubt that I will anytime soon. Note: Although I have repaced the battery, I have been unable to get the engine to turnover.

The body is devoid of any major dents, but does have some rust. The two front mirrors need new glass. The dash is burlled walnut, but needs to be refinished. The upolstry is showing its age ... is brittle ... and has torn in a couple places. In general, this is a project car ... and would represent a great opportunity for someone to restore a special vehicle if they had both the time and interest. Would also represent a great father-son project."

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