1965 Corvair convertible. Comes with a 65 coupe parts car. $1750 OBO Nader would be so happy.
Not sure what year the C3 Vette is. It was rough. But it still had the IRS. $1500 OBO. I am thinking you could have got the price down a little and then sold the IRS and other parts to a Vette guy. Then start a drag car project with almost nothing in the blank canvas.
1960 Nash Metropolitan convertible. $6000 OBO
1954 Ford (I think) Custom. Was a little long in the tooth. Some of the filler was cracking, but a good starting point at $12,000.
1959 Impala 4 door hardtop was listed as "Pasture Fresh." Love those 59 and 60 more door hardtops. It's like the roof is just floating over the passengers. $950 or trade.
1963 Buick Riviera. Not that bad except for the blue paint that looks like they bought it at ACE and used a roller to put it on. Still, $2500 was a steal.
Bent and tacked the left side today. The bottom is basically done. Many of the welds need to be finished but those will not require test fits. Therefore they can be done outside of the car. My concern was beating up the floor paint getting in and out while fitting the seat.
I still have the lower cover to modify/replace. I will move to that next.
With the weather, other obligations, and work on the seat which hasn't paid off, I haven't posted for a while.
I took a day of vacation Monday and got some work done. The right side still needs the welds finished, but the shape is done and all the parts are in place and tacked. I have just started on the left side.
Before starting on the car I had to get the motorcycle out of the garage. There has always been something that annoyed me on the bike. The right footpeg was spring loaded in the up position. I checked it out and I think someone had it apart and reassembled it with the spring in backwards. I took it apart, flipped the spring, and it is all better now. Not sure if I have it right now or if it was right before, but the bottom line is I like it better like this.
Removed 18 of the 22 bolts holding the body to the frame. Two per side at the very front and two per side at the very rear are all that is left. They are easy to get to, so when it comes time to remove the body again, it will be quick work. Once the bolts were removed, the car came off the stands.
I thought about a freshly painted floor and what would happen to it while I crawled in and out of the car fitting the seat bottom. Decided it needed to be finished next. Upon closer examination of the ''parts'' seat I bought, I determined it would be a better starting point. The right side was modified and tacked together. Took longer than anticipated. The left side will have to be done next weekend. Hopefully it will fit and the welds can be finalized the same day.