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Torquewrench and I took a 600 mile roadtrip to Tulsa to check out a 64.5 convertible. This car has been in storage for 26 years. Turns out, it's nicer than either of us expected. I put a battery in it, turned the key to on, and the lights lit, and the buzzers buzzed. I flipped the power top switch, and viola, the top came down. The floors are solid, and the car is clean. Tomorrow, we'll go back to make an offer.

Boy Torquewrench is a crazy mofo. I'm afraid he's gonna get me in trouble before this trip is over. We'll keep you informed.


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Glad to hear the car is better than expected. Hard to believe after 26 years in storage the top motor still works. Good luck.

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I wonder why would someone remove the water pump for replacement and never finish the job??? I think I'd have to put it together and drive it. The owner should be open to this and might work in your favor when you make the offer.

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