Prime example there of trends that come and go. I'm sure back in the 70's that looked hot and was impressive. Now all I see is a butchered car that's not worth anything close to what the seller might think it is. This is why I'm trying to make my car look as stock as I can and not do anything to it that's irreversible. Even though I replaced the entire sheetmetal on my car from the firewall forward, I kept the engine bay original even though there are aftermarket suspensions that would eliminate the shocktowers and give me more room.
it's a crazy abortion, but from the pictures, it looks to be a better starting point, for the money, than a lot of total rust buckets that I've seen bring that and more.Forget the pics - there's a bid at six thousand three hundred and one US dollars. That car is no starting point for a restoration - with the roof, body and dash torn up like that.
Sounds like someone actually likes this car.