37,795 mile survivor. 1 woman owned it til 2019!

37,795 actual miles. A woman ordered this car new and owned it until 2019. We have a copy of the original title, order form, invoice, window sticker, protect-o-plate, build sheet and more.

EXTERIOR: It still has a majority of it's original paint. The body overall is very nice. The panels fit right, there are a little dents which i will try to have the dent guy take care of. The paint is a little fuzzy, there are minor imperfections but shows well for a survivor. The windshield was replaced because of a rock chip. The original vinyl top looks great is mint original. All the stainless moldings around the windows are mint. The door handles, mirrors, bumpers are excellent original condition. The door jambs are good original condition, original weather strips are still good. We put the SS wheels on, the original hubcaps go with the car.

INTERIOR: It is practically like new inside the car and it's all original. The carpet is not faded or worn. The seats look like they've hardly been sat on. Door panels are mint inncluding the armrests and handles. The headliner and visors are pristine, the mirror is crystal clear. The dash area is mint. No cracks, the wood grain instrument panel is excellent, original AM radio plays clearly, the heater control panel is excellent, the vents are still shiny chrome. The steering wheel still looks like new. The interior lights work and the clock started ticking again.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Vin # matching 350, it's never been out of the car. It is all original- carb, manifolds, valve covers. The the air cleaner assembly still has heat riser tube and original stickers. The electric throttle controller is still in place, it has the heat shields around the spark plugs, smog canister is still hooked up. Features include power steering and power brakes. Overall very well preserved condition.

TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Inside the trunk is virgin. All original metal with the factory splatter paint, has never been spray painted over. It has original trunk mat, jack and a spare. The jamb and under the trunk lid is original with original weatherstrip and jacking instructions decal.

UNDERSIDE: Under this car is very original. It appears to be very solid, even the lower inner quarters are clean original metal. Someone freshen up the bottom with undercoat. It has disc brakes in front, the e-brake cable is hooked up. It has VIN number matching turbo 350 automatic. Original rear end. The muffler and tailpipe were replaced.

How often does a 1971 survivor car that has only 37,790 miles and was owned by the same woman almost it's entire life become available? Here is a chance to get a rare one.

I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
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Options and Accessories
  • Power steering
  • Power disc brakes
  • Defogger
  • Vinyl top
  • SS wheels
  • Build sheet
  • Window sticker
  • Invoice
  • Order form
  • Protect-o-plate
  • Manuals
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