• "Condition: Fair" What?!?! It has all its body panels, they are all one colour, that colour is NOT iron-oxide Red, and the interior shows no signs of raccoon infestation. I would call that damned fine condition. It is just a shame that California remains in such a remote location….

  • Not wanting to "harsh anyone's mellow" but…"Motor runs , will need tires and a good service" is CL-speak for I can get it to start and run, but there's no one said anything about it being able to move under its own power or stop. The other hidden CA-hiccup is..back fees. It has a very old CA plate in the trunk. Unless this has been non-opped for a long time, the fees could be astronomical, unless its brought back as a salvage at which point it would only need to be subjected to a safety check when ready to register full time. That said…this is definitely a tempter and should cause someone among us to go check it out and get the full story, or just snag it at that price!!

  • Vin- as for those 'automobilia obscura' I'm seeing multiple XKE's, a 230-280SL, MGA, Lincoln MkIII, 60-64 Corvair Convertible, 50's Ford F-100, Front end of BMW Motorcycle.

  • I'm almost 100% certain this is actually being sold by a dealer, though it might be on consignment with him. This dealer is well established in Burlingame and usually has some unique vintage/classic inventory. Pretty much a one-person operation, super knowledgeable on classics and a decent and honest guy from my interactions years ago. I've never purchased from him, but have shopped his inventory. Unfortunately his online presence is terrible (outdated website and inventory list). It's one of those places that you have to go and talk to him to find out what he has or can get. He only keeps a couple of cars at his storefront location, but he's got at least one warehouse space loaded with some great stuff. If I still lived nearby I'd go check this out to get more info for DT.

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