I got this Polara 500 in Medford Oregon after seeing it posted by a member here. Had another member verify the condition of the car, and then had a friend nearby secure the car for me. Took my stepson on a roundabout journey to pick it up and will get it on the road within a few months. It needs a windshield, exhaust, wheels and tires, dual circut master cylinder, and some accessories on the engine. It's solid body wise, but has a brush paint job on it. The interior is complete, with an aftermarket Air conditioning unit conveniently placed in the center of the dash, with the front of the console hacked out for clearance. The door panels have speakers in them, and the driver's seat needs a trim pieces replaced. I have spares for all of these. I'll convert the ignition over to electronic, and might upgrade the headlights to a halogen replaceable bulb system. Go over the brakes, and get cruising. I want this car to be road ready to hop in and go 500-1000 miles away without worry. I'll get it going then save up for paint, the body's too good not to cover in something glossy. Funny that I finally got all the parts to make a 500 (not my intention, didn't realize the 500 was buckets and a console, which is all I wanted) and a few months later I go out and buy one! I saved money by getting this car, most of what it needs is the simple stuff, or parts I've accumulated, so it should go fairly smoothly.
These pics are from the ad
Did I mention it has a rebuilt 383? That emblem will be gone real soon, as soon as the glue gets a little warmer...
I picked up these 15"x6"Cragar G/T wheels that have been dustless blasted. Clean 'em up up and some flat clear and ready for tires!
And here it is with the tires on.