<VV> Stunning '64 Monza vert on Ebay

William Hubbell whubbell at verizon.net
Thu Nov 4 07:58:37 EDT 2010

It's not so much that I am doubting the car is in good shape but rather that by restoring (and modifying) it, he has negated a lot of the value inherent in a low mileage vehicle. 

Bill Hubbell

On Nov 4, 2010, at 7:44 AM, Taruffi57 at aol.com wrote:

> Ahhhh.......the doubting Thomas's......
> I wouldn't have posted my notice about this car if I didn't know it is  
> what he says it is, I've actually seen the car about 3 times over the  years.   
> Maintained to new condition, protected, and the mileage  correct.  When I 
> first saw it, it had circa 12,000 miles on it and that was  when it was 20 
> yrs. old.    I inquired about buying it and he said he  didn't know, but was 
> inclined to hold it for the time being.  I later asked  again and he said he 
> had decoded to some day give it to his Son.  He did  not drive it on any 
> regular basis.
> NOTE his statement "restoration performed more from lack of use than  
> miles".  He probably didn't even need to restore it from what I saw  both with 
> the car and the kind of guy he is.  I'll guarantee you it's a  concourse 
> trophy winner.  And yeah, he needs to post more pics, but I think  that he just 
> knows what he has.  Take a look at his home in the  background.  This not a 
> guy who cuts corners for lack of money.  
> I think that's the old Bill Thomas 4 carb.conversion kit that he did, not  
> long after he bought it new.  I just remembered sonething else,  He  told me 
> he pulled the carpets and sealed the floorboards when new too.
> I would guess the guy is in his 80's by now.
> Joe Dunlap
> Florida
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