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1980 242 GT, Here comes the boost.

Autocockerking

Bored Member
Joined
Dec 20, 2010
Location
Indianapolis
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one to +T, and assume among the powers of the earth a separate and equal station, a decent respect to the opinions of Turbobricks requires that he should declare the causes that impel him to "completely switch chassis." Well sort of anyway.

On to the eye candy.
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Stole the photo from the PO,
The car is a 1980 242.
It is kinda GT-ish, meaning half of the GT interior/exterior garnish is missing or damaged. :-(

The reported history of the car is that it came to IN from CA by way of WI.
It was supposedly an on & off project for 10yrs that ended with the car being garaged in non running condition with the interior pillaged, a poorly applied white respray and a salvage title.

The car would need considerable physical & financial input to return to OEM condition.
The car is suffering from a mediocre respray, white applied over a maaco prepped 130-1 code gray. Which is now starting to peel.:grrr:
The interior was cannibalized and what was left is fairly worn.
The suspension needs basic stage 0 maintenance.
That however is where the bad news ends.:oogle:

The combination of the cars condition and limited local interest made it to cheap to pass up.
Plus for all its shortcomings aesthetically, the body is soild.:-D

So a cheap soild coupe chassis to dump all my performance goodies into,
and it was local.:nod:

Agenda
Strip
Clean
Rebuild
Enjoy
 
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