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Went to re-look at the 68 coupe today. Got it up on a rack, and sure enough, it will eventually need front floor pans and the inner fender under the battery tray, but everything else seems reasonable. Looks as if the boy and I will get to spend some time between now and October spiffing it up. Apparently, I need some pointers on negotiating skill, however, in that the guy jumped at my first counter offer off his asking price. I thought I was low-balling.

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Don't you just hate it when the seller takes your first offer? Always makes me want to say, "uh, no, I meant ..." *LOL*

Sounds like a fun project (and needs the same things as the 65 project my son and I are working on). Good luck and of course, have fun!

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Sounds like a great family project. 68s make good kids' cars because they have all of the safety stuff like headrests, 3-points, collapsible columns, etc., that earlier cars usually don't have. Good choice!

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