But while a lot of the work seemingly has been done on this classic C2 coupe, we can’t help but be scared to death by a couple of the photos that seem to show extensive rust in the birdcage A-pillars.
On the other hand, the car is said to be in running condition, though no details are offered on the originality of the engine.
The seller also includes an impressive list of new parts already installed, including:
- Headlight assembly bucket bolts and brackets (still have old set)
- Front grill
- Aluminum radiator and core support and shroud
- Front disc brakes and power brake master cylinder
- Brake lines and parking brake and cable
- Super deluxe front suspension
- Rebuild all new bushings throughout
- Anti sway bar front and back
- Trailing arms and spindles
- Rebuilt rear end and axles
- U joints
- Holley carburetor.
Included with the sale but not installed are a new gas tank and sender, frame rail repair kit, carpet kit and insulation kit, front door sidings, engine dust covers, newer steering box, and side mirrors.
So what do our C2 experts with experience restoring these old Sting Rays think about this one? Repairable rust damage or time to move on?