Price aside, I have a question about cars in this condition.I think $14,000 should have bought that Eliminator maybe $16,000 at best. His current buy it now at $18,000 is wishful thinking.
I seem to remember this car being in the Westfield, Indiana area at one time in the mid-1990's. I left lots of notes on the windshield, but never did get a hold of the owner. Did you buy this car from a private individual or from a dealer?
move to Arizona with it.Price aside, I have a question about cars in this condition.
So, this car shows some surface rust on the roof, and various spots here and there where the paint has been scuffed through (presumably by a car cover over time?).
If you wanted to preserve this cars "patina", and prevent the rust from evolving into somethign worse, how would you do that?
My thoughts along this line is this; if you purchased the car to drive occasionally, and eventually restore as more funds become available.
I always wonder about this when I see cars with varying amounts of "surface rust", but at what point does the rust become too much to just remove, neutralize and repaint, and instead you have to think about removing and replacing an entire roof.
Hello Randy, I think that the E-Cat that you are referring to from the Westfield area was one of Roger Kerkman's Cougars. He sold all of his cars & parts in the mid 90's to pursue other interests.Probably not the same car then. There was a car in Westfield in identical colors, and Greenwood isn't that far away.