This car was parked for many years in one of the backyards in Los Angeles. It may not look very attractive at first glance, but it is a good candidate for restoration.
It has a V8 engine that is mated to an automatic transmission. The powerplant is in good working order and has a 4-barrel Edelbrock carb. The engine is quite loud, as the exhaust system requires some attention. We have not tested this particular car on the road, but it moves forward and backwards and stops without any problems. Quite a few used braking system components (shoes, springs, etc.) have been found in the trunk, so we assume that these have been replaced.
The body does not have much rust - the only places that require attention are lower door corners and the passenger front floor, which has rusted through (as usual) from the inside, most probably due to a leaking heater core. Body gaps are straight, a different color (green) may be seen underneath, but there are no signs of body filler. The car came with a vinyl roof from the factory. This car has one very unique feature - it sports a front bench seat instead of the regular bucket seats - it was a rare factory option back in the day.
In one word - a great restoration base.
Price: PLN 47 500