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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-16-2015, 08:17 PM Thread Starter
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Can anyone in NorCal take a look at a '68 for me?

I'm in Southern California and looking to buy a 67/68 coupe. My search down here hasn't really turned up that many cars with the options I want, so I've expanded my search to the whole state.

There's a pretty decent looking '68 coupe on craigslist that I'm interested in, but I was wondering if there's anyone nearby that could take a look for me before I commit to driving the ~6 hours to get up there.

The car is in the Fairfield / Vacaville area.

I know it's a lot to ask, but if anyone is nearby and can help me out on this I'd really appreciate it!

PM me if you might be able to help, and thanks again!
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Find anyone to look at the car?

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-20-2015, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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I did have someone offer to help, but he's out in San Ramon and I didn't want to make him drive an hour each way to check it out.
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What exactly are you looking for?

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I'm looking for a rust-free (or as close as possible) '68 coupe, but '67 would be fine too.

I really just want a car that runs and drives but hasn't had much done to it. I'm going to go through and do the suspension/steering/brakes myself. I'll eventually get to the engine too, but i really just want it to move under its own power. The interior can be gutted for all i care.

If it has factory a/c that would be great.
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