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I have the sister car to that one - same colors. Mine is a barn find, no rust, original paint. It’s a Monza, top level trim, with factory AC and auto. The interior is mint, if not dirty. The body is straight as a string. Vandals broke 3 windows but thankfully that’s all. Last on the road in 1979.
You guys are good at body work and that's my weakest ability. Plus being 67, I still can work pretty hard but sanding really takes it outta me. LOLBuying a car in nice shape is great, but for me it's the journey of fixing something is where I derive my enjoyment. I'd rather have a basket case than one already close to finished.