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73 shell in PA

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I have a 73 2002 body for the first person that shows up with a trailer. It is just sheet metal. No mechanical parts, trim, glass, etc. there are no fenders, hood, trunk lid or doors either. It is painted orange and black. The body was wrecked before but was fixed. Very little rust. Title is available.

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Where are you located? Are the quarter panels any good?

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I'm in south east PA near philly zip is 19468.

The quarters look good but have been repaired. The drivers side had a new wheel arch welded on soon after I got the car. The passenger side was bent up pretty bad by a tow truck driver, but bas pulled out and fixed. there is filler in the passenger side, but it looks ok. The rest of the car is worse than I thought. I was under it today and noticed some rusted up subframe mounts. The floors, rear shock towers, rear spring perches, and the rocker panels were repaired. The quarters could be cleaned up by a body shop pretty easily. Here is a picture of the car before I took it apart.

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