This is my 1973, 2 door, 6 cyl, manual. It comes with a warm 173, Holly carb and 5 speed Supra gearbox.
This is a work in progress vehicle and l am testing the market to see if l should sell now or do a bit more for a better price later on.
The car looks stunning in Venom Red which covers the original mustard and white roof duco. Yes you could revert to original specs but honestly could you live with that colour combo and the 3 on the tree shifter? Anyway the paint was done about 15 years ago and probably could do with a tidy up but then again it does glow beautifully when polished. There is no evidence of crash repairs and you have to look hard to find rust repairs. The worse body spots are near the door handles where some has ass butted the doors and done an ordinary repair job ... but these are easy fixes. The boot is one of the best l have seen.
The interior is really good in Nutmeg with original headlining and the dash is A1. I have found a replacement drivers seat which is in great condition with only slighty different stitching to the passenger seat ... see pic
It has excellent sprintmasters and comes with a lot of valuable parts as per the photo. I will be continuing to finish the car during the sale period (and the price may increase with this) but the canny buyer may want the car as is. I am asking $37k now because l regard that finished off it will be worth in the 50s. The car needs the brakes overhauled (which is on my to do list) but there is no sign of other mechanical issues. If you want the car now bring a trailer.
The vehicle is housed in Corowa which is close to Albury and Wangaratta. I will take cash, or CBA bank cheque. Car is advertised elsewhere and may be removed without notice. I only want speak to genuine buyers and will only sell after inspection. Yes you can put a $1000 holding deposit but that will commit you to purchase and will not be refunded subject to inspection. Please no silly offers via messaging as price is not negotiable at this stage! Anyway give me a call on o4o1 875 524 to discuss regards Keith