8800 seems high.
It is running and driving though I guess. That's a great sign.
They are bloody rare in wagon form and it looks like it isn't a barely running rustheap.
its a well running rust heap. ;P
Better than my 245 was.
Better than almost all of my 140's and it predates all of them by at least 5 years.
It would be a great turbo whiteblock 6 jobby.
Since when did rust in sills form "no big deal". Would love to own a 122 some day.....
I agree. Would love one. With a 4bd2T bags steel, white stripes 165/65/15
Get the sand paper out and get the patina happening.
Or Not as rust is enough of an issue. The market will dictate the price. I reckon its with near that price by the looks of it. They are a classic car now and not $200 shitters.
Yup, non wagon in about that nick would get around that too.
Would like to know what this sells for if it does. Offered my 66 220 for sale last year for $8k in far better condition with no success.
That's where I was going with my first post.
That red 2 door that's been up on carsales for more than 2 years. Is for $6k still can sell it.
It has a small amount of rust. and a fueling problem. Not hard to rectify.
I guess anything is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.