Nice, but they kind of picked the wrong year to restore. The early (late 60's) cars have more charm and more valuable.
Uh...it looks like all the other pre-bumper cars. The '74 should have a big-ass front bumper, but this one's been cleaned up? I dunno. I'm in California, anything '75 or earlier is worth some money to retrofit to the Good Old Days.There is, however, a bill floating its way toward the state legislature to move the threshold to '81. That would open up a whole universe of E12 BMWs, early Fox Mustangs, Saab 99s/900s, to forever-love. This being California, I don't expect jack-uh-feces, we're under the thumb of the eco-statists, but I will do the usual faxing and etc.
I like this car a lot and I think it would make a respectable driver because that's the level of the "restoration". That paint isn't great, so you wouldn't sweat a couple of rock chips. I think the price is a little strong, but it is being sold by a dealer.
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