Series 1 1965 2000sc failed project

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Evening all,

For offer as per tittle is a series one 2000sc from 1965. From memory I think mileage is around 89000. No service history other than V5.

The car has extensive rot and is beyond my ability to restore. It needs new sills both sides, complete boot floor, the edge of the drivers side floor pan has rotted where it joins the sill. Small hole in the fire wall (sorry I have been watching too many American car shows). there is a small hole on the top of the inner wing but not too bad. Complete car needs painting.

Engine does run although fuel tank is disconnected. no battery on car.

Needs new carpets and front seats bases are split and rear seat bases are very dry.

Front wings in the matching colour are included. Rear wings are in poor condition.

I do have a set of fair condition fronts and good condition rears for separate sale along with a box pleat cream leather interior although leather is very dry and some stitching is starting to go.

For anyone interested the car is located in the Bilston area of Wolverhampton and the new owner will require a trailer to remove the car as it has been stood for several years. I have got the wheels rolling a couple of days ago to allow for loading. Ideally we need to get this moved on within a week or two as we have building work pending which needs the car out of the way.

Any further questions feel free to ask.
 

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#3
lot of work there . it is salvageable but needs somebody with a workshop and welding and panel making skills etc . far too much for most to consider as major reworking needing. many would sell it for spares or scrap etc . still for anybody up for a challenge..might be a few whom be willing to take it on.
 
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lot of work there . it is salvageable but needs somebody with a workshop and welding and panel making skills etc . far too much for most to consider as major reworking needing. many would sell it for spares or scrap etc . still for anybody up for a challenge..might be a few whom be willing to take it on.
If I had a decent size garage I would keep it and continue the work but it's too much to do on a driveway and we now have too many cars to continue storing it.
 
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