Saturday, June 29, 2013 5:11:23 PM
Some not very good cars that have been rotting unused and unmaintained for 40 years...no, not something I want. If you bought one, you'd have to do a lot of work to restore it and it would still be effectively undrivable because its only value would be its extremely low mileage.
Good as museum pieces, for their historical cultural value, but not as actual cars. You`d be much better off restoring a high-mileage one that won`t be any more knackered (decades untouched in an uncontrolled environment ruins a car) and which you could drive afterwards.
Friday, June 28, 2013 10:03:02 PM
The reason why those vehicles might fetch some good money....not a million but more than any other car that year is that EVERYTHING is original to the specific car. One of the hardest things to do when restoring a car is to find original parts and these cars are ALL original.