Wow! Same price? I know you had done some work on the 88 but that is quite the swap! Same question - what are your plans for it? It doesn't look like any of the money pits I own, but I'm guessing some dollars are headed it's way...
Well all the money about 1700 +-, I spend on the 88 was a loss. What I sold the 88 for is what I got this one for..
I did make profit over what I originally paid for it..oh well.
This one was too good of shape to pass up, no body rust and ALL interior trim is there and original and it has been painted at some point.
Since the interior is good. I'm gonna try and keep it covered and get tinted windows.
Then I'll work on the drivetrain and repair some knicked elec wiring.
Overall goal, is 3" lift, new springs and shocks. Then mess with the carb engine. Though first I need to educate myself with carbs and vac distributers. Then build the engine some.
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