Look at the photos and you will agree that a lot of attention to detail has been put
in this car, and everything like the clock, Tach, and factory radio all work. This is a
car you can get in any day and drive anywhere. It hardly gets out of the garage
because I only drive it to car shows and an ocassional romp through the country,
and only when the weather is nice. This is one of 2,478 that came from the factory
with Mille Miglia red paint. Of course it has been repainted. This car was a late build
car on May 26th, engine looks original with late build 3970014 block that came out
in May but cannot verify the numbers on block, casting shows H73, may be service
replacement, thats all I know. But I do have a date code correct casting complete
engine that has never been built (standard bore) that I might part with if the buyer
is interested. Mileage is 26,589 and I cannot verify if that is original or not. Arkansas
titles show mileage unknown on old antique cars. The frame and gas tank on this
car have never been removed and it still could have the tank sticker on it.
(Wouldn't that be cool).
Facory Options include:
C60- Air conditioning
N37-Tilt and Telescopic wheel
M40- Automatic turbo 400 transmission
New or rebuilt: Engine, Transmission, Brakes including calipers, Master cylinder
and booster, Suspension and Power steering and alignment, Exhaust and mufflers,
NOS Chrome Grills, (NOT reproductions), Professionally rebuilt carburetor.
Vacuum system, New interior, Weatherstripping, New tires: BFG P225-70 R15 all 5
including spare on restored wheel. Rear suspension axles, bearings and u-joints,
and a lot more that I can't remember.
Also as you can see, this is not a rusty frame car, she is solid.