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The reality is that the word "vintage" is really just a fancy and expensive name for "old," which means there's a ton of room for things to have gone, or go, wrong.

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The reality is that the word "vintage" is really just a fancy and expensive name for "old," which means there's a ton of room for things to have gone, or go, wrong.

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Yeah - you missed a biggee though.
Get a classic car insurance policy with an 'agreed upon' value that makes sense and protects you financially.
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<<<ooops sorry frankie, should have meant "I agree"..

And you should check for connections, frayed wiring/wires around stater, shielding, battery, firewall connection....etc...

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Get a Chassis Service Manual and a Assembly Manual.
Make sure the spare tire/wheel actually fits and is usable.
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