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Old 07-24-2014, 02:58 AM   #1
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Well my lawn is finally dried enough to have me to get a chance and remove that unhit 66 Coupe Bird Cage (with clear title and tags) off the frame which I purchased a couple of years ago in Gardenia, California. I started unbolting the bolts that were attached on to the frame. Hoping, I can remove the bird cage by this week end, if it doesn't rain AGAIN! Clear photos and a accurate description will be given by next week. I am going to need $4500.00 US (floor & front cowl will be included) FIRM. Shipping will be extra.
The bird cage can be delivered to Carlisle, PA or some other destination in North America, or maybe some wheres else in the world.
We'll sort that out later.
Richard

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Hello People,
Well my lawn is finally dried enough to have me to get a chance and remove that unhit 66 Coupe Bird Cage (with clear title and tags) off the frame which I purchased a couple of years ago in Gardenia, California. I started unbolting the bolts that were attached on to the frame. Hoping, I can remove the bird cage by this week end, if it doesn't rain AGAIN! Clear photos and a accurate description will be given by next week. I am going to need $4500.00 US (floor & front cowl will be included) FIRM. Shipping will be extra.
The bird cage can be delivered to Carlisle, PA or some other destination in North America, or maybe some wheres else in the world.
We'll sort that out later.
Richard
Are the tags still on the dash support bar with original rivits? Floor board and cowl /firewall originally attached? Rust? Thanks
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Are the tags still on the dash support bar with original rivits? Floor board and cowl /firewall originally attached? Rust? Thanks
Yes the the tags with original rivets are attached to the support bar. The floor boards and cowl are original. Drip rails should be replaced. Rust on the driver's side (windshield bottom), has to be sand blasted and re-welded. Pictures to follow this week. About to lift off the bird cage.
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I just want to confirm that this comes with a title as well?
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