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When I see rear fender rust like the rust on the picture I think you can expect much more "hidden" spots on this car !! Torque boxes, cowl vent, floors.......no, not my $ 6500 !

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I have to agree with 66candy. I had a 66 coupe that had a spot like that and it turned out that it needed the cowl, rear frame rails, both rear quarters, full floor pans and both doors. I'd have to take a much closer look at that before giving up the cash.

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I assume it's been a longtime Midwestern car, so my bet is that the car has a lot more rust than just that wheelwells.
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$6700 for a complete, decent-looking, running, driving car does seem to be a deal...

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