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Sell or restore my tii?


Becca

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Hi! I’m new here. I have a 1974 tii project car that I want to either sell or restore but don’t know how to go about either. I’ve owned the car for 20+ years (second owner) and it mostly sat for 15+ years. I got it running about 2 years ago but it still needs a lot of love. Any advice on how to sell it? Restore it?

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If you decide to restore it I have a small shop in roseville that you can use for paint.   It's a garage but I get decent paint jobs out of it.  If you research other restorations you'll see it's a lot of work but not complicated. 

 

Dan

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Without knowing your skill level or aptitude it's sort of hard to guide you.  If you're fairly handy, you'd be surprised what you can do yourself.  I restored my '72 without it ever leaving my garage, including body and paint. To see what you'd be up against, take a look at my thread.  (add in Tii complications for your car on top of it): 

 

If you decide to sell, All of the local places (Sac Craigslist and FB marketplace) are good places to start, as well as the classified section here, of course.  Good luck!

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