1965 Coupe, C Code, 3-speed manual
Thank you for the recommendation!Welcome to VMF from another Alabama (transplant from the northern tundra of South Dakota) resident, Silverhill/Fairhope area.
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Great advice, thank you! I'll throw up some more photos, I've actually done a lot of suspension and brake work so starting along the running/driving condition you describe. Engine runs, but still a way to go before it's ready to test the road!Welcome to vmf.
As my first car 66 said post up some pictures as you move ahead.
And no it don't have to be all shiney & pristine. I don't think anybody on the forum has any shame in showing their car in various stages of un done.
I would say get it into a running,driveing condition then do that as you get a game plan together . If you blow it apart for a major restoration out the gate,you might give up after 4 or 5 years in & it leaves in boxes on a trailer. Have fun.