I didn’t see anywhere in the ad that this claimed to be a concourse car... I have seen 300G convertibles advertised for $190k. Surely this is a matter of negotiation between the seller and potential buyer.
I have spent many years and $ restoring my car - but only to a level I am satisfied with. I intend to drive it – not put it in a museum. I am never going to put my car into concourse judging or any car show for that matter. I know what is “wrong” with it better than some stranger walking up to it for the first time and certainly better than someone looking at a few photos over the internet.
If someone walked up to my car and said it didn’t have the correct battery in it, ignoring all the work it took to save it from a rusting wreck, they would be leaving with my boot print on their pants.
My two cents worth.
One would think for 100K it would at least have the correct battery, cables and alternator.
And what’s up with the b lack data tag and VIN plate screwed on w/phillips head screws??
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Looks like serious rust repair particularly in the passenger side rocker. Seeing the data play was clearing rotting. Usually last area to rust and I’ve seen a few on unrestored cars. Lots of rust always present.
The forward look logo with the word ‘deluxe’ on the heater core is interesting.
Tough call. My opinion, he asking between restorable and high retail and the car is honestly one not too well restored (or I’d have to see a lot more images with better resolution to think otherwise).
Probably $65k as it sits. Twice that to correct and properly restore the car.
Inspect before buying!!!!
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