Check this, Man Comes To The Door And Says: “I’m going to start working on it in a few days”!!!
Patrick Glenn Nichols is back ladies and gentleman and today unfortunately he brings us something that could have been quite an awesome find, only if the owner would have kept it under a roof.
Today he brings us a 1970 Chevelle SS396 which has left the factory floor in a color that is pretty rare these days, a code 50 Gobi beige paint, which unfortunately has seen much better days.
For reasons known only to the owner, this car has been sitting outside since the early nineties and to make matters worse for this matching numbers car, he decided to put stuff on the roof which has caused it to crumple.
Patrick being the expert doomed this vehicle to be a good donor vehicle, and would not recommend fixing this one for many reasons.
Yes, the comment section is full of people saying that they have worked on, or have fixed a car with similar damage or decay, however, the truth is that everything is fixable but to what cost.
It is apparent that the owner is not going to fix this car ever, and to expect him to invest a huge amount of money in it in order to get it restored is also something that is not realistic at all. So this is why Patrick says that this car is best used as a donor car since it has quite a few correct pieces under the hood.
The starting fluid spray can under the hood does suggest that some attempt was made to get this car back in business, but this must have happened years ago and by the placement of the can we can be pretty sure that it was not successful.
So check out Patrick’s video and hear what he has to say about the car, who knows somebody might need a part or two from it so make sure you share it with other car enthusiasts.