I went and looked at a 1971 Chrysler 300 a couple of weeks back that's near me. Originally I looked at the car in 2014 but passed as the stub frame was pretty rotted and the owner wouldn't budge on price. He did eventually sell it and the new owner has let it sit outside in a lean to beside his large garage. I've driven past it for the last couple years, and finally got in contact with him. In the six years the car has been sitting in standing water and open to the elements it has made the car deteriorate badly. There is now serious rot in both 1/4 panels, both fenders have holes in the lower sections, the trunk floor has some bad rust in the center section and the trunk seams are all splitting apart. The interior has held up and surprisingly under the rear window is pretty solid. The sad thing is, they new owner has about a dozen other Muscle cars that are stored inside and well lokked after, but this and a couple mid 70's GM convertibles are left out to rot. I made an offer on the car for cash and some four speed stuff for a E-body so it'll probably be coming home with me. Don't know what the future hold for it, but I just dont want to see it rot into the ground anymore than it already has. Any input on what I should do with it? For now I was just going to tuck it away in dry storage. The first two pics are from when it was for sale in 2014, the rest are current photos of it.