After a number of cleanup tasks and minor fixes, the car was starting running and driving. I even took it on a 40 mile roundtrip to make sure that everything was roadworthy. It actually ran fine in the cold air of early spring, even though the driver was frozen from keeping the top down. Next up was getting the ride height sorted out. I decided to take it to the Hershey swap meet and list it for sale as-is. If it did not sell, I would get to work on the fixes.
As I pulled the trailer in to the for sale lot, a guy pointed and started walking toward the car. Twenty minutes later, the car was sold without even unhooking the trailer. The easiest sale I have ever experienced. This either means that it was underpriced, or the right buyer had the right timing. Either is ok as it is now off to a new home….