You're looking at one of the most fun cars on the road - analog vintage handling with a more modern 3.2 engine (still air cooled though). No smog needed for California. Very fast and light handling.
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• All metal backdated with vintage steel parts
• super bright H4 headlights on relay wiring
• 7" wide steelies
• Tire, R888r
• Wevo Short Shifter
• fender oil cooler
• HD Bilstein shocks
• Stiffer torsion bars
• Rebuilt 3.2 engine with paperwork
• Excellent leather interior
• Pop out rear windows
NOT SO GOOD:
• Speedo cable needs replacing (easy fix)
• Salvage Title - John Esposito fixed to factory on a jig and now it's better than before the accident as it's like it just came off the floor, in terms of straight.
• Paint has patina, cracked dash, some cosmetics
• Idles a little rough
No rust at all on the body. There is a small rust patch on a rear bumperette that I put on.
H1's have amber lenses on them, I like them for visibility at night but I am including the original clear lenses as well.
Accident was front right side, I don't have pictures of it.
915 Transmission, not sure how old the clutch is, doesnt slip.
1984 3.2 motor
I am guessing the idle is caused by a bad cylinder head temp sensor, currently on backorder.