It was resprayed professionally, but it has suffered whilst in storage and will need some flatting back in areas.
Car is 95% complete and the interior is in very good condition for it’s age. There are no carpets or headlining.
The engine may have been rebuilt before my ownership, but I cannot guarantee it. It will need careful inspection either way.
It has a stainless steel exhaust, new windscreen and refinished dash board.
The car is essentially in bits and represents quite a challenge, but getting it back on the road is certainly achievable. It has the potential of being one of the best 409s on the road when finished and benefits from factory fitted power steering.
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