Up for auction is my 1968 FORD Country Sedan station wagon that is well along in the process of being restored but not completed. My restoration guy lost the lease for his shop so the project came to a sudden stop. With that as the situation, I decided to see if I can hand this project off to someone who might want to finish this car and enjoy its full potential.
The leather front seat may require a small patch and some stitching repairs. The back seats and rear well seats are also leather and in very good shape. The interior carpet is compete and just needs a good cleaning–our plan was to simply replace it since a complete a carpet kit for this model goes for just over $200.
The car had not been on the road since 2006, but started right up when I purchased it in August 2015. Since then, it has been run regularly and moved repeatedly while the restoration work was ongoing. Although the body’s front end that the interior are disassembled, to do a decent restoration, these are things that would have had to have been done even if the car was purchased fully assembled.
Call me first in Maryland at: three oh one, five oh nine, one double-oh five. Let’s make a deal!