• Wow, 107,000 miles on the original spark plugs, according to the ad! This thing really is one of the Un-Dead.

    I am not afraid of Zombies (well, not much….) but the mention of 1970s-era Ziebart rustproofing scares the h*ll out of me. Back then, the Ziebart treatment was famous for developing tiny surface cracks that would allow water infiltration, and then trap the brine against the very metal it was supposed to be protecting. I have spent many hours scraping Ziebart off lovingly-rusted inner fenders on Datsuns.

    Otherwise, this looks like a well preserved original car, in surprising shape for the mileage.

  • They were absolutely the tits back in their day, but oddly they don't do much for me any more.

    From a purely personal standpoint, in cars from that era even if you exclude the rusty '70.5 Z28 under a cover two blocks from me that I take the checkbook every time I walk past the house just in case, these days I'd rather have a 510, or an early 610, or a 2002, or etc.

    But it does look good for what it is.

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