[ROVERNET - UK] A 1967 2000TC that I'm looking at...
glenwilson at cavtel.net
Thu Apr 20 18:14:48 BST 2006
Forgot to mention that I am inviting comments on what you can see in the
Glen Wilson wrote:
> I've posted some pictures of a 1967 2000TC that I'm thinking about
> buying. Someone just got out of their car and told me about this one
> while I was towing a 3500S. It has 40,000 "original" miles on the
> odometer, but it doesn't look like a 40k car based on the front
> carpets, if nothing else. The seller has a slightly inflated idea of
> what it is worth, but we're working on that. If I don't buy it in a
> week or two, I will let you all know where it is.
> Currently, it is not running, and there's no way to evaluate the
> hydraulics as it sits. There is a problem with the shifter which is
> reportedly a bad ball at the bottom of the shift lever. There is an
> aftermarket radio. Chrome is not too bad. Only body rust I see is one
> tiny bubble near the top of one rear wheel lip where some mud is
> trapped. Trunk floor has some surface rust. Didn't look under carpets
> in front, but that's probably all right. Checked under rear seats
> where suspension attaches to base unit and it's clean. Air cleaner is
> missing in photos, but it is present. Looks like an SD1 emblem on
> grille. Three of four seating positions look not too bad, though
> discolored. Small rips on top of back seat. Driver's seat is split.
> Car has been resprayed in a not-so-bad manner, but car needs to be
> repainted. Some surface rust on bottoms of rear door painted over.
> Right front fender color doesn't match door color in pics, but it was
> not apparent in person. (?) Rubber on side windows bad.
> Pictures are fairly large files to show detail, but they don't fit
> into the album borders because I wanted to show full detail. You have
> to pan around a bit to see everything, but AlbumGV makes a nice simple
> album in about five minutes.
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